JVC 0303NHMMDWJEIN User's Manual

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AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
RECEPTOR DE CONTROL DE AUDIO/VÍDEO
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RECEPTOR DE COMANDO AUDIO/VÍDEO
RX-7032VSL
REMOTE CONTROL
RX-7032V
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
MASTER VOLUME
CATV/DBS
VCR
DVD MULTI
DVD
TV/DBS
VCR
RM-SRX7032U
TV
AUDIO
CD
FM/AM
TAPE/CDR ANALOG/DIGITAL
INPUT
SURROUND
STANDBY
SURROUND
DSP
SURR/DSP
ANALOG
OFF
STANDBY/ON
DSP
∗
DIRECT
∗
BASS BOOST FRONT¥L FRONT¥R
EX/ES
1
2
3
MENU
SPEAKERS ON/OFF
1
CD DISC
TEST
SURROUND/ DSP
OFF
4
∗CENTER∗SUB WOOFER
5
6
ENTER
MIDNIGHT
7/P
MODE
BASS BOOST
DVD MULTI
DVD
VCR
TV SOUND/DBS
CD
TAPE/CDR
FM
AM
CATV/DBS
CONTROL
SUBWOOFER OUT ON/OFF
SETTING
ADJUST
QUICK SPEAKER
SETUP
EXIT
ANALOG DIRECT
TV/VIDEO
PUSH OPEN
∗SURR¥L ∗SURR¥R
8
10/0
0
+10
RETURN
FM MODE
100+
+
+
+
CH/∗ LEVEL TV VOL
−
−
VCR
TAPE/CDR
CONTROL CONTROL
REC PAUSE
SLEEP
9
∗DIGITALEQ ∗SURR BACK
SOUND
2
VOLUME
−
MUTING
/REW
DOWN
FF/
TUNING
UP
PHONES
DIMMER
A/V CONTROL RECEIVER
INSTRUCTIONS
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
INSTRUÇÕES
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Model No. and Serial
No. which are located either on the rear,
bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this
information for future reference.
Model No.
Serial No.
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Warnings, Cautions and Others / Avisos, precauciones y otras notas /
Advertêcias, precauções e outras notas /
Caution ––
STANDBY/ON switch!
Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely. The
the mains line. The power can be remote controlled.
STANDBY/ON switch in any position does not disconnect
STANDBY/ON!
Precaución –– Interruptor
Desconectar el cable de alimentación para desactivar la alimentación totalmente. Cualquier que sea la posición de ajuste del
STANDBY/ON, la alimentación no es cortada completamente. La alimentación puede ser controlada
interruptor
remotamente.
Precaução –– Interruptor
STANDBY/ON!
Desconectar o cabo de alimentação para desligar a alimentação por completo. Qualquer que seja a posição de ajuste do
interruptor STANDBY/ON, a alimentação não é completamente cortada. A alimentação pode ser controlada remotamente.
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of electrical shocks, fire, etc.:
1. Do not remove screws, covers or cabinet.
2. Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
CAUTION
• Do not block the ventilation openings or holes.
(If the ventilation openings or holes are blocked by a
newspaper or cloth, etc., the heat may not be able to get
out.)
• Do not place any naked flame sources, such as lighted
candles, on the apparatus.
• When discarding batteries, environmental problems must be
considered and local rules or laws governing the disposal of
these batteries must be followed strictly.
• Do not expose this apparatus to rain, moisture, dripping
or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such
as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
ATENÇÃO
Para reduzir riscos de choques eléctricos, incêndio, etc.:
1. Não retire parafusos nem desmonte as tampas ou o gabinete.
2. Não exponha este aparelho à chuva nem à umidade.
AVISO
• Não obstrua as aberturas e orifícios de ventilação. (Se
os orifícios ou aberturas de ventilação estiverem
obstruídos por qualquer papel ou tecido, não haverá
circulação do ar quente.)
• Não coloque nenhum objeto com chamas, como velas
acesas, sobre o aparelho.
• Ao descartar as baterias, leve em consideração os
problemas que possam ser causados ao meio ambiente
e os regulamentos e leis locais e governamentais sobre
recolhimento dessas baterias devem ser rigorosamente
seguidos.
• Não exponha este aparelho à chuva, umidade, pingos
ou esguichos de água, nem coloque em cima do
mesmo qualquer tipo de recipiente que contenha
líquidos, como por exemplo vasos.
PRECAUCIÓN
Para reducir riesgos de choques eléctricos, incendio, etc.:
1. No extraiga los tornillos, los cubiertas ni la caja.
2. No exponga este aparato a la lluvia o a la humedad.
PRECAUCION
• No obstruya las rendijas o los orificios de ventilación.
(Si las rendijas o los orificios de ventilación quedan tapados con
un periódico, un trozo de tela, etc., no se podrá disipar el calor).
• No ponga sobre el aparato ninguna llama al descubierto, como
velas encendidas.
• Cuando tenga que descartar las pilas, tenga en cuenta los
problemas ambientales y observe estrictamente los reglamentos o las leyes locales sobre disposición de las pilas.
• No exponga este aparato a la lluvia, humedad, goteos o
salpicaduras. Tampoco ponga recipientes conteniendo
líquidos, como floreros, encima del aparato.
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Caution: Proper Ventilation
To avoid risk of electric shock and fire and to protect from damage.
Locate the apparatus as follows:
Front:
No obstructions open spacing.
Sides:
No obstructions in 10 cm from the sides.
Top:
No obstructions in 10 cm from the top.
Back:
No obstructions in 15 cm from the back.
Bottom:
No obstructions, place on the level surface.
In addition, maintain the best possible air circulation as illustrated.
Precaução: ventilação apropriada
Para prevenir o risco de choque elétrico ou incêndio e para proteger o
aparelho contra danos.
Localize-o da seguinte maneira:
Frente:
Espaço aberto, sem obstruções
Lados:
Espaço de 10 cm sem obstruções nos lados
Topo:
Espaço de 10 cm sem obstruções acima
Atrás:
Espaço de 15 cm sem obstruções atrás
Parte inferior: Sem obstruções. Coloque o aparelho em superfície
nivelada.
Mantenha, além disso, a maior circulação de ar possível, como indica
a ilustração.
Precaución: Ventilación Adecuada
Para evitar el riesgo de choque eléctrico e incendio y para proteger el
aparato contra daños.
Ubique el aparato de la siguiente manera:
Frente:
Espacio abierto sin obstrucciones
Lados:
10 cm sin obstrucciones a los lados
Parte superior: 10 cm sin obstrucciones en la parte superior
Parte trasera: 15 cm sin obstrucciones en la parte trasera
Fondo:
Sin obstrucciones, colóquelo sobre una superficie
nivelada
Además, mantenga la mejor circulación de aire posible como se
ilustra.
Spacing 15 cm or more
Espacio de 15 cm o más
Espaço de 15 cm ou mais
RX-7032VSL
Wall or obstructions
Pared u obstrucciones
Parede ou obstáculo
Front
Frente
Frente
Stand height 15 cm or more
Allura del soporte 15 cm o más
Base com altura de 15 cm ou mais
Floor
Piso
Piso
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Introduction
We would like to thank you for purchasing one of our JVC products.
Before operating this unit, read this manual carefully and thoroughly to obtain the best possible performance
from your unit, and retain this manual for future reference.
Features
Precautions
Compatible with various audio formats including
DTS 96/24
RX-7032VSL allows you to enjoy a newly introduced audio
format such as Dolby Digital EX, Dolby Pro Logic II, DTS-ES,
DTS Neo:6, and DTS 96/24.
• This unit is also compatible with Dual Mono signals recorded in
Dolby Digital and DTS discs.
Power sources
• When unplugging the receiver from the wall outlet, always pull
the plug, not the AC power cord.
• Do not handle the AC power cord with wet hands.
• If you are not going to operate the receiver for an extended period
of time, unplug the AC power cord from the wall outlet.
Ventilation
DAP (Digital Acoustic Processor)
Sound field simulation technology allows precise ambience
recreation of existing theaters and halls. Thanks to the highperformance DSP (Digital Signal Processor) and high-capacity
memory, you can enjoy multi-channel surround sound by playing
2-channel or multi-channel software according to the speaker
setting.
Multi-channel headphone virtual surround
sound—3D HEADPHONE Mode
The built-in headphone virtual surround system is compatible with
Multi-channel software like Dolby Digital, DTS Surround, etc.
Thanks to the new signal processing algorithms used by the highperformance DSP, you can enjoy a natural surround sound through
the headphones.
COMPU LINK remote control system
The COMPU LINK remote control system allows you to operate
other JVC audio/video components from this receiver.
High power amplifiers built in this receiver will generate heat inside
the cabinet. For safety, observe the following carefully.
• Make sure there is good ventilation around the receiver. Poor
ventilation could overheat and damage the receiver.
• Do not block the ventilation openings or holes. (If the ventilation
openings or holes are blocked by a newspaper or cloth, etc., the
heat may not be able to get out.)
Others
• Should any metallic object or liquid fall onto the unit, unplug the
unit and consult your dealer before operating any further.
• Do not expose this apparatus to rain, moisture, dripping or
splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases
shall be placed on the apparatus.
• Do not disassemble the unit since there are no user serviceable
parts inside.
If anything goes wrong, unplug the AC power cord and consult your
JVC dealer.
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Parts Identification ...................................... 3
Basic Settings ........................................... 23
Remote Control .......................................................................... 3
Front Panel ................................................................................. 4
Rear Panel .................................................................................. 6
Setting the Speakers Configuration .......................................... 23
Basic Setting Items ................................................................... 24
Basic Procedure ........................................................................ 25
Setting the Speakers ........................................................... 25
Setting the Speaker Distance ............................................. 26
Setting the Bass Sounds ..................................................... 27
Selecting main or sub channel—DUAL MONO ............... 27
Setting the Digital Input Terminals .................................... 28
Setting the Component Video Input ................................... 28
Memorizing the Volume Level for Each Source ................ 28
Getting Started ........................................... 7
Before Installation ...................................................................... 7
Checking the Supplied Accessories ........................................... 7
Adjusting the Voltage Selector ................................................... 7
Putting Batteries in the Remote Control .................................... 7
Connecting the FM and AM Antennas ....................................... 8
Connecting the Speakers ............................................................ 9
Connecting Audio/Video Components ..................................... 11
7 Analog Connections ............................................................. 11
7 Digital Connections .............................................................. 14
Connecting the Power Cord ..................................................... 14
Basic Operations ....................................... 15
Daily Operational Procedure .................................................... 15
Turning On the Power .............................................................. 15
Selecting the Source to Play ..................................................... 15
Adjusting the Volume ............................................................... 16
Selecting the Front Speakers .................................................... 17
Activating and Adjusting the Subwoofer Sound ...................... 17
Selecting the Analog or Digital Input Mode ............................ 17
Setting the Dynamic Range ...................................................... 18
Attenuating the Input Signal .................................................... 18
Turning Analog Direct On and Off .......................................... 19
Changing the Source Name ...................................................... 19
Reinforcing the Bass ................................................................ 20
Muting the Sound ..................................................................... 20
Changing the Display Brightness ............................................. 20
Using the Sleep Timer .............................................................. 20
Receiving Radio Broadcasts ........................ 21
Setting the AM Tuner Interval Spacing .................................... 21
Tuning in to Stations Manually ................................................ 21
Using Preset Tuning ................................................................. 21
Selecting the FM Reception Mode ........................................... 22
Adjusting Sound ........................................ 29
Basic Setting Items ................................................................... 29
Basic Procedure ........................................................................ 29
Adjusting the Equalization Patterns ................................... 30
Adjusting the Speaker Output Levels ................................ 30
Adjusting the Sound Parameters for the
Surround and DSP modes ............................................ 31
Using the Surround Modes .......................... 32
Reproducing Theater Ambience ................................................ 32
Introducing the Surround Modes ............................................. 32
Surround Modes Applicable to the Various Software .............. 34
Activating the Surround Modes ............................................... 35
7 Activating the EX/ES setting ................................................ 35
7 Activating the Surround Modes ............................................ 35
Using the DSP Modes ................................ 36
Reproducing the Sound Field ................................................... 36
Introducing the DSP Modes ..................................................... 36
Activating the DSP Modes ....................................................... 37
Using the DVD MULTI Playback Mode .......... 38
Activating the DVD MULTI Playback Mode .......................... 38
COMPU LINK Remote Control System ......... 39
AV COMPU LINK Remote Control System .... 40
Operating JVC’s Audio/Video Components ... 42
Operating Audio Components .................................................. 42
Operating Video Components .................................................. 44
Operating Other Manufacturers’ Video
Equipment ............................................ 45
Troubleshooting ......................................... 49
Specifications ............................................ 50
This mark indicates that ONLY the remote control
CAN be used for the operation explained.
Remote
NOT
This mark indicates that the remote control
CANNOT be used for the operation explained.
Use the buttons on the front panel.
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Table of Contents
English
Parts Identification
1
Remote Control
2
RM-SRX7032U
REMOTE CONTROL
3
1
2
3
CATV/DBS
VCR
TV
AUDIO
DVD MULTI
DVD
CD
FM/AM
TV/DBS
VCR
TAPE/CDR ANALOG/DIGITAL
INPUT
SURR/DSP ANALOG
SURROUND
DSP
EX/ES
BASS BOOST
CD DISC
TEST
OFF
1
DIRECT
2
e
r
3
MENU
4
4
∗CENTER∗SUBWOOFER
5
6
ENTER
5
6
7
8
9
p
q
w
MIDNIGHT
CATV/DBS
CONTROL
10/0
0
+10
RETURN
FM MODE
100+
+
+
+
∗
CH/ LEVEL TV VOL
−
−
VCR
TAPE/CDR
CONTROL CONTROL
/REW
REC PAUSE
t
9
∗DIGITAL EQ ∗SURR BACK
SOUND
TV/VIDEO
8
7/P
MODE
y
VOLUME
u
MUTING
i
o
−
4
5
6
7
8
9
p
q
w
e
r
t
y
FF/
;
DOWN – TUNING – UP
SLEEP
a
DIMMER
u
i
o
;
A/V CONTROL RECEIVER
a
buttons (15, 44 – 48)
CATV/DBS , VCR , TV , AUDIO
Source selection buttons (15, 16, 17, 21, 22, 35, 38)
DVD MULTI, DVD, CD*, FM/AM*, TV/DBS, VCR,
TAPE/CDR*
* When you press one on these source selection buttons on the
remote control, the receiver automatically turns on.
• SURROUND button (35)
• DSP button (37)
• SURR (surround)/DSP OFF button (35, 37)
• EX/ES button (35)
CD DISC button (43)
MIDNIGHT MODE button (18)
SOUND button (20, 30, 31)
CATV/DBS CONTROL button (46)
TV/VIDEO button (44, 45)
VCR CONTROL button (44)
TAPE/CDR CONTROL button (43)
REC PAUSE button (43, 44, 47)
SLEEP button (20)
ANALOG/DIGITAL INPUT button (18)
ANALOG DIRECT button (19)
• 10 keys for operating the tuner (22)
• 10 keys for adjusting sound (30, 31)
• 10 keys for operating audio/video components (42 – 48)
• CH (channel) +/– buttons (44 – 47)
• *LEVEL +/– buttons (30, 31, 42)
The LEVEL +/– buttons function only after pressing SOUND
then 10 keys which are marked with an asterisk (*) on the
remote control.
VOLUME +/– buttons (16)
TV VOL (volume) +/– buttons (44, 45)
MUTING button (20)
• TUNING UP/DOWN buttons (21)
• Operating buttons for audio/video components
(42 – 44, 47, 48)
3, 8, 7, 4/REW, FF/¢
DIMMER button (20)
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Front Panel
2
1
3
4
5
RX-7032V
6
8
7
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
MASTER VOLUME
SURROUND
STANDBY
DSP
STANDBY/ON
SPEAKERS ON/OFF
SURROUND/ DSP
OFF
1
BASS BOOST
2
DVD MULTI
DVD
VCR
TV SOUND/DBS
CD
TAPE/CDR
FM
AM
SUBWOOFER OUT ON/OFF
SETTING
ADJUST
ANALOG DIRECT
MULTI JOG
QUICK SPEAKER
SETUP
EXIT
PUSH – OPEN
PUSH SET
PHONES
9
y ui
p
EX / ES
MIDNIGHT
MODE
INPUT
ANALOG
INPUT
DIGITAL
FM/AM TUNING
Display Window
o
; a
FM/AM PRESET FM MODE MEMORY
TUNER CONTROL
INPUT ATT
qw
e r
t
Inside the front door
Front Panel
1
STANDBY/ON button and STANDBY lamp (15)
2 • SPEAKERS ON/OFF 1 button (17)
• SPEAKERS ON/OFF 2 button (17)
3 • SURROUND button (35)
• DSP button (37)
• SURROUND/DSP OFF button (35, 37)
4 Remote sensor
5 Display window (15)
6 Source selection buttons (15, 16, 17, 19, 21, 22, 35, 38)
DVD MULTI, DVD, VCR , TV SOUND/DBS, CD,
TAPE/CDR, FM, AM
7 MASTER VOLUME control (16)
8 BASS BOOST button and lamp (20)
9 SUBWOOFER OUT ON/OFF button (17)
p PHONES jack (17)
q EX/ES button (35)
w • INPUT ANALOG button (18)
• INPUT ATT button (18)
e MIDNIGHT MODE button (18)
r INPUT DIGITAL button (18)
t TUNER CONTROL buttons
• FM/AM TUNING 5 / ∞ buttons (21)
• FM/AM PRESET 5 / ∞ buttons (22)
• FM MODE button (22)
• MEMORY button (21)
y SETTING button (25)
u QUICK SPEAKER SETUP button (23)
i • MULTI JOG control (23, 25, 29)
• PUSH SET button (23, 25, 29)
o EXIT button (25, 29)
; ADJUST button (29)
a ANALOG DIRECT button and lamp (19)
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Display Window
3
1 2
4 5
DUAL ANALOG DIGITAL AUTO 96/24
L
C
R
SUBWFR LFE
LS
S
67
MULTI
89 0
-
=
~! @
TUNED STEREO AUTO MUTING ONE TOUCH OPERATION SLEEP
LINEAR PCM
PRO LOGIC
NEO:6 VIRTUAL SB MIDNIGHT MODE DIGITAL EQ
DSP 3D - PHONIC
DIGITAL
HEADPHONE
SPEAKERS 1 2 BASS BOOST
RS
INPUT ATT
VOLUME
SB
#
$
^
%
&
* ()
_ +
Display Window
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
=
DUAL indicator (33)
ANALOG indicator (18)
DIGITAL AUTO indicator (18)
96/24 indicator (33)
MULTI indicator (38)
PRO LOGIC indicator (32)
•
•
PRO LOGIC II indicator (33)
TUNED indicator (21)
STEREO indicator (21, 22)
NEO:6 indicator (33)
AUTO MUTING indicator (22)
VIRTUAL SB (Surround Back) indicator (32, 33)
ONE TOUCH OPERATION indicator (28)
~
!
@
#
$
%
^
&
*
(
)
_
+
SLEEP indicator (20)
MIDNIGHT MODE indicator (18)
DIGITAL EQ (equalization) indicator (30)
Speaker and signal indicators (16)
Digital signal format indicators (18)
Main Display (15)
DSP indicator (17, 36)
3D-PHONIC indicator (36)
HEADPHONE indicator (17, 36)
SPEAKERS 1/2 indicators (17)
INPUT ATT (attenuator) indicator (18)
VOLUME level indicator (15, 20)
BASS BOOST indicator (20)
How to open the front door
Press down on PUSH-OPEN.
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Rear Panel
1
2
3
VIDEO
AUDIO
DIGITAL IN
SUBWOOFER
CENTER
RIGHT
4 5
VIDEO
LEFT
SUBWOOFER
OUT
S-VIDEO
DVD
IN
DVD
IN
TV SOUND
DBS
IN
RIGHT
TAPE
CDR
IN
(PLAY)
PCM/ DOLBY DIGITAL
/ DTS
CD
IN
DIGITAL OUT
MONITOR
OUT
127V
230-240V
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
Y
CAUTION : SPEAKER IMPEDANCE 8
FM 75
COAXIAL
110V
220V
MONITOR
OUT
IN
(PLAY)
OUT
(REC)
AV
COMPULINK-
AM
LOOP
OUT
(REC)
DIGITAL 4 (CDR)
(SYNCHRO)
p
DBS
IN
VCR
DIGITAL 3 (TV)
8 9
COMPU LINK-4
COMPONENT VIDEO
AM
EXT
LEFT
DIGITAL 2 (CD)
7
DVD
IN
ANTENNA
FRONT
SURR
DIGITAL 1 (DVD) (REAR)
6
PB
PR
16
+
+
SINGLE USE
CAUTION : SPEAKER IMPEDANCE
+
See Instruction
Manual For
Connection
+
–
1 OR 2 : 8
16
1 AND 2 : 16
32
–
–
–
RIGHT
RIGHT
LEFT
LEFT
RIGHT
SURROUND SPEAKERS
CENTER
SPEAKER
w
e
r
q
LEFT
RIGHT
SURROUND BACK SPEAKERS
LEFT
1
2
FRONT SPEAKERS
t
y
Rear Panel
1 DIGITAL IN terminals (14)
• Coaxial: DIGITAL 1 (DVD)
• Optical: DIGITAL 2 (CD), DIGITAL 3 (TV),
DIGITAL 4 (CDR)
2 AUDIO input/output jacks (11 – 13)
• Input:
DVD IN—FRONT, CENTER, SUBWOOFER,
SURR (REAR), TV SOUND/DBS IN,
VCR IN (PLAY), TAPE/CDR IN (PLAY), CD IN
• Output: VCR OUT (REC), TAPE/CDR OUT (REC)
3 S-VIDEO and composite VIDEO input/output jacks (12, 13)
• Input:
DVD IN, TV SOUND/DBS IN, VCR IN (PLAY)
• Output: VCR OUT (REC), MONITOR OUT
4 FM/AM ANTENNA terminals (8)
5 SUBWOOFER OUT jack (10)
6 COMPONENT VIDEO input/output jacks (12, 13)
• Input:
DVD IN, DBS IN
• Output: MONITOR OUT
7 COMPU LINK-4 (SYNCHRO) terminals (39)
8 AV COMPULINK-III terminals (40)
9 AC power cord (14)
p VOLTAGE SELECTOR switch (7)
q DIGITAL OUT terminal (14)
w SURROUND BACK SPEAKERS terminals (10)
e SURROUND SPEAKERS terminals (10)
r CENTER SPEAKER terminals (10)
t FRONT SPEAKERS 1 terminals (10)
y FRONT SPEAKERS 2 terminals (10)
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Getting Started
This section explains how to connect audio/video components and speakers to the receiver, and how to connect the
power supply.
Before Installation
Putting Batteries in the Remote Control
General Precautions
• Be sure your hands are dry.
• Turn the power off to all components.
• Read the manuals supplied with the components you are going to
connect.
Before using the remote control, insert the two supplied batteries
first.
2
1
3
R6P(SUM-3)/
AA(15F)
Locations
• Install the receiver in a location that is level and protected from
moisture.
• The temperature around the receiver must be between –5˚C and
35˚C.
• Make sure there is good ventilation around the receiver. Poor
ventilation could cause overheating and damage the receiver.
Handling the receiver
• Do not insert any metal object into the receiver.
• Do not disassemble the receiver or remove screws, covers, or
cabinet.
• Do not expose the receiver to rain or moisture.
Checking the Supplied Accessories
Check to be sure you have all of the following items, which are
supplied with the receiver.
The number in the parentheses indicates quantity of the pieces
supplied.
•
•
•
•
•
Remote Control (1)
Batteries (2)
AM Loop Antenna (1)
FM Antenna (1)
AC Plug Adaptor (1)
1. Press and slide the battery cover on the back of
the remote control.
2. Insert the batteries.
• Make sure to match the polarity: (+) to (+) and (–) to (–).
3. Replace the cover.
If the remote control cannot transmit signals or operate the receiver
correctly, replace the batteries. Use two R6P(SUM-3)/AA(15F) type
dry-cell batteries.
Notes:
• Supplied batteries are for the initial setup. Replace the batteries for
continued use.
• After replacing the batteries, set the manufacturers’ codes again
(see pages 45 to 48).
CAUTION:
If anything is missing, contact your dealer immediately.
Adjusting the Voltage Selector
Follow these precautions to avoid leaking or cracking cells:
• Place batteries in the remote control so they match the polarity:
(+) to (+) and (–) to (–).
• Use the correct type of batteries. Batteries that look similar may
differ in voltage.
• Always replace both batteries at the same time.
• Do not expose batteries to heat or flame.
Before connections, always do the following first if necessary.
Select the correct voltage with the VOLTAGE SELECTOR switch
on the rear using a screw driver.
Check to be sure if the voltage mark is set to the voltage for the area
where you use this unit.
110V
220V
127V
230-240V
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
PB
PR
+
CAUTION : SPEAKER IMPEDANCE
+
+
–
–
1 OR 2 : 8
16
1 AND 2 : 16
32
110V
220V
127V
–
RIGHT
LEFT
RIGHT
CENTER
SPEAKER
LEFT
1
230-240V
2
FRONT SPEAKERS
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
Voltage mark
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AM Antenna Connections
Turn the loop until you have the
best reception.
FM Antenna Connections
A
NN
TE
AN
A
NN
TE
AN
ANTENNA
B
A
English
Connecting the FM and AM Antennas
AM
EXT
AM
LOOP
75
FMAXIAL
AM Loop Antenna
(supplied)
75
FMAXIAL
CO
CO
Snap the tabs on the loop into the slots
of the base to assemble the AM loop.
ANTENNA
FM 75
FM Antenna (supplied)
AM
EXT
Extend the supplied FM antenna
horizontally.
AM
LOOP
FM 75
COAXIAL
1
2
3
Outdoor FM Antenna Cable
(not supplied)
COAXIAL
Outdoor single vinyl-covered wire (not supplied)
A. Using the Supplied FM Antenna
The FM antenna provided can be connected to the FM 75 Ω
COAXIAL terminal as temporary measure.
B. Using the Standard Type Connector (Not Supplied)
A standard type connector should be connected to the FM 75 Ω
COAXIAL terminal.
Note:
If reception is poor, connect the outdoor FM antenna (not supplied).
Before attaching a 75 Ω coaxial cable with a standard-type connector
(IEC or DIN 45325), disconnect the supplied FM antenna.
Notes:
• If the AM loop antenna wire is covered with vinyl, remove
the vinyl by twisting it as illustrated.
• Make sure the antenna conductors do not touch any
other terminals, connecting cords and power cord. This
could cause poor reception.
• If reception is poor, connect an outdoor single vinyl-covered wire
(not supplied) to the AM EXT terminal. (Keep the AM loop antenna
connected.)
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Speaker layout
Connecting the Speakers
You can connect the following speakers:
• Two pairs of front speakers to produce normal stereo sound.
• One pair of surround speakers to enjoy the surround effect.
• One surround back speaker or one pair of surround back speakers
to enjoy to produce more effective surround effect.
• One center speaker to emphasize human voices.
• One subwoofer to enhance the bass.
Ideal speaker layout varies depending on the conditions of your
listening room. The diagram below is a recommended typical
example.
Subwoofer
CAUTION:
Use only the speakers of the SPEAKER IMPEDANCE indicated by
the speaker terminals.
• When connecting to both of the FRONT SPEAKERS 1 and 2
terminals, use speakers with an impedance of 16 Ω to 32 Ω.
• When connecting to either the FRONT SPEAKERS 1 or 2
terminals, use speakers with an impedance of 8 Ω to 16 Ω.
Basic connecting procedure
Left front speaker(s) Center speaker Right front speaker(s)
(L)
(C)
(R)
Left surround
speaker (LS)
1 Twist and remove the insulation at
the end of each speaker signal cable
(not supplied).
Right surround
speaker (RS)
2 Open the speaker terminal.
Surround back speakers (LSB/RSB)
+
–
RIG
HT
LE
HT
FT
T
LEF
RIG
For FRONT SPEAKERS 2 terminals
3 Insert the speaker signal cable.
+
–
RIG
HT
LE
HT
FT
EFT
L
RIG
4 Close the speaker terminal.
+
RIG
–
HT
LE
T
FT
HT
LEF
RIG
For each speaker (except for a subwoofer), connect the (+) and
(–) terminals on the rear panel to the (+) and (–) terminals
marked on the speakers.
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Front speakers 1
Right / Left
Center speaker
Surround back speakers*
Right / Left
Front speakers 2
Right / Left
16
+
+
CAUTION : SPEAKER IMPEDANCE
SINGLE USE
See Instruction
Manual For
Connection
+
+
–
–
1 OR 2 : 8
16
1 AND 2 : 16
32
–
–
RIGHT
LEFT
RIGHT
SURROUND BACK SPEAKERS
RIGHT
LEFT
SURROUND SPEAKERS
Surround speakers
Right / Left
* When using only one surround
back speaker, connect the ª cord
to the RIGHT ª terminal and the
· cord to the LEFT · terminal.
1
CENTER
SPEAKER
LEFT
LEFT
RIGHT
2
FRONT SPEAKERS
IMPORTANT:
After connecting the speakers, set the speaker installation
information properly. You can use Quick Speaker Setup for
easy speaker installation information setting (see page 23).
• To obtain the best possible Surround/DSP effect, see “Setting
the Speakers” on page 25.
CAUTION : SPEAKER IMPEDANC
Connecting the subwoofer speaker
You can enhance the bass by connecting a subwoofer.
Connect the input jack of a powered subwoofer to the rear
panel, using a cable with RCA pin plugs (not supplied).
+
SINGLE USE
SUBWOOFER
OUT
See Instruction
Manual For
Connection
–
RIGHT
LEFT
SURROUND BACK SPEAKERS
Placing speakers
Front speakers and center speaker
• Place these speakers (position of the mid-range speaker units) at the same
height from the floor.
• Point these speakers aiming at the listener’s ears.
Surround and surround back speakers
• Place these speakers at a position which is 1 meter higher than the listener’s
ears.
• Point these speakers down aiming at the listener’s ears.
C
L
R
Subwoofer
LS
RS
Subwoofer
• You can place it wherever you like since bass sound is non-directional.
Normally place it in front of you.
Note:
Ideal speaker layout requires that all speakers be placed at the same distance
from the listener. However, since in some places it may be difficult to fulfil this
requirement, this unit can adjust the delay time so that the sounds through all the
speakers reach the listener with the same timing. (See page 26.)
LSB
RSB
SB*
* When one surround back speaker is
connected.
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Connecting Audio/Video Components
When connecting individual components, refer also to the manuals
supplied with them.
Analog Connections
Cassette deck
To listen to the sound after connection, press TAPE/CDR.
You can connect either a cassette deck or a CD recorder to the
TAPE/CDR jacks. When connecting an CD recorder to the TAPE/
CDR jacks, see below.
If your audio components have digital audio output terminal,
connecting them using the digital cords explained in “Digital
Connections” (see page 14) will give you better sound quality.
Audio component connections
Use the cables with RCA pin plugs (not supplied).
• Connect the white plug to the audio left jack, and the red plug to
the audio right jack.
If your audio components have a COMPU LINK jack
See also page 39 for detailed information about the connection
and the COMPU LINK remote control system.
Cassette deck
To audio input
CAUTION:
To audio output
R
OUT
(REC)
If you connect a sound-enhancing device such as a graphic equalizer
between the source components and this receiver, the sound output
through this receiver may be distorted.
TAPE
CDR
L
IN
(PLAY)
L
R
CD player
To listen to the sound after connection, press CD.
CD recorder
To listen to the sound after connection, press TAPE/CDR.
You can connect either a CD recorder or a cassette deck to the
TAPE/CDR jacks. When connecting a cassette deck to the TAPE/
CDR jacks, see above.
CD player
R
L
CD
IN
To audio
output
CD recorder
To audio input
To audio output
R
OUT
(REC)
TAPE
CDR
L
IN
(PLAY)
L
R
Note:
When connecting a CD recorder to the TAPE/CDR jacks, change the
source name to “CDR,” which will be shown on the display when it is
selected as the source. See page 19 for details.
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TV and/or DBS tuner
Use the cables with RCA pin plugs (not supplied).
Connect the white plug to the audio left jack, the red plug to the
audio right jack, and the yellow plug to the video jack.
• If your video components have S-video (Y/C-separation) and/or
component video (Y, PB, PR) terminals, connect them using an Svideo cable (not supplied) and/or component video cable (not
supplied). By using these jacks, you can get better picture quality
in the order—Component video > S-video > Composite video.
If your video components have an AV COMPULINK jack
See also page 40 for detailed information about the connection
and the AV COMPU LINK remote control system.
To listen to the sound after connection, press TV SOUND/DBS (or
TV/DBS on the remote control).
MONITOR
OUT
Y
PB
PR
R
A
TV SOUND
DBS
IN
L
TV
IMPORTANT:
This receiver is equipped with the following video jacks—composite
video, S-video and component video jacks. You can use any of the
three to connect a video component.
However, the video signals from one type of these input jacks are
transmitted only through the video output jacks of the same
type.
Therefore, if a recording video component and a playing video
component are connected to the receiver through the video jacks of
different type, you cannot record the picture. In addition, if the TV and
a playing video component are connected to the receiver through the
video jacks of different type, you cannot view the playback picture on
the TV.
To listen to the sound after connection, press VCR.
A
B
VCR
C
D
Connect the TV to appropriate MONITOR OUT jacks to view
the playback picture from any other connected video
components.
To audio output
To component video input
To S-video input
To composite video input
To audio input
To audio output
To S-video output
To composite video output
To S-video input
To composite video input
C
D
E
DBS
IN
F
R
TV SOUND
DBS
IN
A
L
DBS tuner
DBS
R
OUT
(REC)
L
VCR
R
IN
(PLAY)
D
B
C
Å
ı
Ç
Î
L
MONITOR
OUT
B
Å
ı
Ç
Î
VCR
Å
ı
Ç
Î
‰
Ï
When “TV” has
been assingned as
the source name
(see page 19), no
signal comes out of
these terminals.
To audio output
To component video output
To S-video output
To composite video output
Notes:
• When connecting a DBS tuner to the TV SOUND/DBS IN jacks,
change the source name to “DBS,” which will be shown on the
display when selected as the source. Otherwise you cannot view
any picture from DBS tuner. See page 19 for details.
• When connecting a DBS tuner to the component input jacks (DBS
IN), make the component video input setting correctly for AV
COMPU LINK. See page 28 for details.
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Video component connections
English
DVD player
• When you connect a DVD player with stereo output jacks:
To listen to the sound after connection, press DVD.
• When you connect a DVD player with its analog discrete
output (5.1-channel reproduction) jacks:
To listen to the sound after connection, press DVD MULTI.
COMPONENT VIDEO
COMPONENT VIDEO
DVD
IN
DVD
IN
VIDEO
AUDIO
SUBWOOFER
CENTER
RIGHT
VIDEO
LEFT
S-VIDEO
DVD
IN
DVD
IN
FRONT
VIDEO
AUDIO
SURR
(REAR)
SUBWOOFER
R
CENTER
RIGHT
L
S-VIDEO
DVD
IN
DVD
IN
DVD player
VIDEO
LEFT
FRONT
SURR
(REAR)
R
L
DVD
R
L
A
B
C
D
Å
ı
Ç
Î
DVD player
To component video output
To S-video output
To composite video output
To left/right front channel audio output (or to audiomixed output if necessary)
DVD
A
B
C
D
Note:
E
When connecting a DVD player to the component video input (DVD
IN) jacks, make the component video input setting correctly for AV
COMPU LINK. See page 28 for details.
Å
ı
Ç
Î
‰
Ï
Ì
F
G
To component video output
To subwoofer output
To center channel audio output
To S-video output
To composite video output
To left/right front channel audio output
To left/right surround channel audio output
Note:
When connecting a DVD player to the component video input (DVD
IN) jacks, make the component video input setting correctly for AV
COMPU LINK. See page 28 for details.
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Digital Connections
Digital output terminal
This receiver is equipped with four DIGITAL IN terminals—one
digital coaxial terminal and three digital optical terminals—and one
DIGITAL OUT (optical) terminal on the rear.
You can connect any digital components which have an optical
digital input terminal.
Digital optical cable (not supplied)
between digital optical terminals
IMPORTANT:
• When connecting a DVD player, digital TV broadcast tuner or DBS
tuner using the digital terminals, you also need to connect it to the
video jacks on the rear. Without connecting it to the video jacks, you
can view no playback picture.
• After connecting the components using the DIGITAL IN terminals,
set the following correctly if necessary.
– Set the digital input (DIGITAL IN) terminal setting correctly. For
details, see “Setting the Digital Input Terminals” on page 28.
– Select the digital input mode correctly. For details, see “Selecting
the Analog or Digital Input Mode” on page 17.
Digital input terminals
When the digital recording
equipment such as an MD recorder
and CD recorder has a digital
optical input terminal, connecting it
to the DIGITAL OUT terminal
enables you to perform digital-todigital recording.
PCM/ DOLBY DIGITAL
/ DTS
DIGITAL OUT
Note:
You can connect any digital components having coaxial or optical
digital output terminal.
Digital coaxial cable (not supplied)
between digital coaxial terminals
Digital optical cable (not supplied)
between digital optical terminals
When the component has a digital
coaxial output terminal, connect it to
the DIGITAL 1 (DVD) terminal, using a
digital coaxial cable (not supplied).
The digital signal format transmitted through the DIGITAL OUT
terminal is the same as that of the input signal. This means that when
the DTS Digital Surround signals are input, the DTS Digital Surround
signals are transmitted.
Connecting the Power Cord
DIGITAL IN
Before plugging the receiver into an AC outlet, make sure that all
connections have been made.
Plug the power cord into an AC outlet.
Keep the power cord away from the connecting cables and the
antenna. The power cord may cause noise or screen interference.
DIGITAL 1 (DVD)
When the component has a digital
optical output terminal, connect it to the
DIGITAL 2 (CD), DIGITAL 3 (TV) or
DIGITAL 4 (CDR) terminal, using a
digital optical cable (not supplied).
Note:
DIGITAL 2 (CD)
The preset settings such as preset channels and sound adjustment
may be erased in a few days in the following cases:
– When you unplug the power cord.
– When a power failure occurs.
DIGITAL 3 (TV)
Before connecting a digital
optical cable, unplug the
protective plug.
CAUTIONS:
DIGITAL 4 (CDR)
• Do not plug in before setting the VOLTAGE SELECTOR switch on
the rear of the unit and all connection procedures are complete.
• Do not touch the power cord with wet hands.
• Do not pull on the power cord to unplug the cord. When unplugging
the cord, always grasp the plug so as not to damage the cord.
Notes:
• When shipped from the factory, the DIGITAL IN terminals have
been set for use with the following components:
– DIGITAL 1 (coaxial): For DVD player
– DIGITAL 2 (optical): For CD player
– DIGITAL 3 (optical): For digital TV broadcast tuner
– DIGITAL 4 (optical): For CD recorder
• When you want to operate the CD player or CD recorder, using the
COMPU LINK remote control system, connect the target
component also as described in “Analog Connections” (see page
11).
• When you want to operate a DVD player using the AV COMPU
LINK remote control system (see page 40), connect the DVD
player also as described in “Analog Connections” (see page 13).
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Basic Operations
The following operations are commonly used when you play any sound sources.
Operations hereafter will be explained using the buttons on the front panel.
You can also use the buttons on the remote control for the same functions if they have the same and similar names/marks.
Selecting the Source to Play
Daily Operational Procedure
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AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
3
4
2
Press one of the source selection buttons.
The selected source name and the previously selected Surround/DSP
mode appear on the display.
1 Turn on the power.
• See “Turning On the Power” below.
Selected source name and current
Surround/DSP mode appear
2 Select the source.
• See “Selecting the Source to Play” to the right.
3 Adjust the volume.
DUAL ANALOG DIGITAL AUTO 96/24
L
• See “Adjusting the Volume” on page 16.
C
R
LS
4 Select the surround or DSP modes.
S
TUNED STEREO AUTO MUTING ONE TOUCH OPERATION SLEEP
MULTI
LINEAR PCM
SUBWFR LFE
PRO LOGIC
NEO:6 VIRTUAL SB MIDNIGHT MODE DIGITAL EQ
DSP 3D - PHONIC
DIGITAL
HEADPHONE
SPEAKERS 1 2 BASS BOOST
RS
INPUT ATT
VOLUME
SB
• See “Activating the Surround Modes” (page 35) and
“Activating the DSP Modes” (page 37).
DVD MULTI
VCR
TV SOUND/DBS
CD
TAPE/CDR
FM
AM
On the unit
Turning On the Power
RX-7032V
DVD
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
DVD MULTI
DVD
CD
TV/DBS
VCR
TAPE/CDR
FM/AM
On the remote
Note:
Press
STANDBY/ON (or AUDIO
control).
on the remote
The STANDBY lamp goes off. The name of the current source and
Surround/DSP mode appear on the display.
When connecting CD recorder (to the TAPE/CDR IN jacks) and a DBS
tuner (to the TV SOUND/DBS IN jacks), change the source names
shown on the display. For details, see page 19.
Current source name and Surround/DSP mode appear
ANALOG
L
R
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
Current volume level appears
To turn off the power (into standby mode),
press
STANDBY/ON (or AUDIO
on the remote control)
again.
The STANDBY lamp lights up.
Note:
A small amount of power is consumed in standby mode. To turn off
the power completely, unplug the AC power cord.
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By checking the following indicators, you can easily confirm which
speakers you are activating and which signals are coming into this
receiver.
Speaker indicators
L
C
Signal indicators
R
L
C
SUBWFR
LS
R
LFE
RS
LS
S
Selecting different sources for picture and
sound
While watching pictures from a video source, you can listen to
sound of an audio source.
• Once you have selected a video source, pictures of the selected
source are sent to the TV until you select another video source.
Press one of the audio source selection buttons while viewing the
picture from a video component such as the VCR or DVD
player, etc.
RS
CD
SB
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Speaker and signal indicators on the display
CD
SB
TAPE/CDR
FM
AM
The signal indicators light up to show the incoming signals.
L:
• When digital input is selected: Lights up when the left
channel signal comes in.
• When analog input is selected: Always lights up.
R:
• When digital input is selected: Lights up when the right
channel signal comes in.
• When analog input is selected: Always lights up.
C:
Lights up when the center channel signal comes in.
LFE: Lights up when the LFE channel signal comes in.
LS: Lights up when the left surround channel signal comes in.
RS: Lights up when the right surround channel signal comes in.
S:
Lights up when the monaural surround channel signal
comes in.
SB: Lights up when the surround back channel signal comes in.
TAPE/CDR
On the remote
On the unit
What speaker indicators light depends on the speaker setting
(for details, see “Setting the Speakers” on page 25).
• The frames of “L,” “C,” “R,” “LS,” “RS, ” and “SB” light up,
when the corresponding speakers are set to “LARGE” or
“SMALL” and when the speaker is required for the Surround/DSP
mode currently selected.
• When “SUB WOOFER” is set to “YES,” SUBWFR lights up (see
page 25).
• All three frames on the row of “SB” are not used at the same time.
When “SBACK OUT” is set to “2SPK,” the left and the right ones
are used. When it is set to “1SPK,” the middle one is used (see
page 26).
FM/AM
Note:
When you watch the picture through the COMPONENT VIDEO jacks,
you cannot use this function.
Adjusting the Volume
RX-7032V
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
On the front panel:
To increase the volume, turn MASTER VOLUME clockwise.
To decrease the volume, turn it counterclockwise.
From the remote control:
To increase the volume, press VOLUME +.
To decrease the volume, press VOLUME –.
CAUTION:
Note:
When “DVD MULTI” is selected as the source, “L,” “C,” “R,” “LFE,” “LS,”
and “RS” light up.
Always set the volume to the minimum before starting any sources. If
the volume is set at its high level, the sudden blast of sound energy
can permanently damage your hearing and/or ruin your speakers.
Notes:
How to understand the speaker and signal indicator
illumination
L
C
R
SUBWFR LFE
LS
RS
SB
Ex. No sound comes out of the
center speaker and surround
back speakers though center
channel and surround back
channel signals are coming
into this receiver.
• The volume level can be adjusted within the range of “0” (minimum)
to “70” (maximum).
• If you set One Touch Operation to “ON” (see page 28), you do not
have to adjust the volume level each time you change the source. It
is automatically set to the stored level.
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Selecting the Front Speakers
Remote
NOT
When you have connected two pairs of the front speakers, you can
select which to use.
RX-7032V
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
Activating and Adjusting the
Subwoofer Sound
You can cancel the subwoofer sound even though you have
connected a subwoofer and have set “SUB WOOFER” to “YES”
(see page 25). This is useful when enjoying surround sound at night.
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To use the speakers connected to the FRONT SPEAKERS 1
terminals, press SPEAKERS ON/OFF 1 so that the SPEAKERS 1
indicator lights up on the display. Make sure that the SPEAKERS 2
indicator is not lit on the display.
To use the speakers connected to the FRONT SPEAKERS 2
terminals, press SPEAKERS ON/OFF 2 so that SPEAKERS 2
indicator lights up on the display. Make sure that the SPEAKERS 1
indicator is not lit on the display.
To use both sets of the speakers, press SPEAKERS ON/OFF 1 and
SPEAKERS ON/OFF 2 so that the SPEAKERS 1/2 indicators light
up on the display.
To use neither sets of the speakers, press SPEAKERS ON/OFF 1
and SPEAKERS ON/OFF 2 so that the SPEAKERS 1/2 indicators
go off from the display.
The HEADPHONE indicator lights up and “HEADPHONE”
appears on the display.
• Activating the speakers turns on the Surround and DSP modes
previously selected.
Listening with headphones only:
Deactivate both sets of the front speakers, and connect headphones
to the PHONES jack.
Remote
NOT
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
Press SUBWOOFER OUT ON/OFF to cancel the subwoofer
sound output.
Each time you press the button, subwoofer sound output is
deactivated (“SUBWFR OFF”) and activated (“SUBWFR ON”)
alternately.
• When subwoofer sound output is activated, subwoofer output level
can be adjusted using the remote control.
1 Press SOUND.
2 Press SUBWOOFER.
3 Press LEVEL + or – to adjust the output level
(–10 dB to +10 dB).
Note:
You cannot deactivate the subwoofer sound output when you set
“SMALL” for the front speakers on the speaker size setting (see page
25) or Quick Speaker Setup (see page 23).
Selecting the Analog or Digital Input Mode
When you have connected digital source components using the
digital terminals (see page 14), change the input mode for these
components to the digital input mode.
You can enjoy the sound effects through the headphones when
Surround or DSP mode is activated—3D HEADPHONE
(3D H PHONE) mode.
RX-7032V
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
1
• “3D H PHONE” appears on the display and the DSP and
HEADPHONE indicator lights up on the display. (For details, see
page 36.)
2
Note:
When you select “DVD MULTI” as the source or any one of the
Surround/DSP mode which activates the center and/or surround
speaker(s), you can use only one set of the speakers.
CAUTION:
Be sure to turn down the volume:
• Before connecting or putting on headphones, as its high volume can
damage both the headphones and your hearing.
• Before turning on speakers again, as its high volume may come out
of the speakers.
Before you start, remember...
The digital input terminal setting should be correctly done for
the sources you want to select the digital input mode (see
“Setting the Digital Input Terminals” on page 28).
1. Press one of the source selection buttons for which you
want to change the input mode.
DVD, TV (SOUND)/DBS, CD, or TAPE/CDR*
DVD MULTI
DVD
VCR
TV SOUND/DBS
CD
TAPE/CDR
FM
AM
On the unit
DVD
TV/DBS
CD
TAPE/CDR
On the remote
* If “TAPE” has been assigned as the source name, digital input
mode is not available. To change the source name, see “Changing
the Source Name” on page 19.
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Setting the Dynamic Range
You can enjoy a powerful sound at night using the Midnight Mode.
The DIGITAL AUTO indicator lights up on the display.
DIGITAL AUTO
L
C
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R
SUBWFR LFE
LS
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2. Press INPUT DIGITAL (or ANALOG/DIGITAL
INPUT on the remote control) to select “DGTL
AUTO.”
SPEAKERS 1
DIGITAL
RS
VOLUME
• When selecting “DGTL AUTO,” the following indicators
indicate the digital signal format of the incoming signal.
LINEAR PCM
DIGITAL
: Lights up when Linear PCM signals come
in.
: Lights up when Dolby Digital signals
come in.
: Lights up when DTS signals come in.
No indicator lights up when the receiver cannot recognize the
digital signal format of the incoming signals.
When playing software encoded with the Dolby Digital or DTS,
the following symptoms may occur:
• Sound does not come out at the beginning of playback.
• Noise comes out while searching for or skipping chapters or
tracks.
In this case, press INPUT DIGITAL repeatedly to select
“DGTL D.D” or “DGTL DTS.”
• As you press INPUT DIGITAL, the input mode changes as
follows:
Press MIDNIGHT MODE so that “MID NIGHT 1” or “MID
NIGHT 2” appears on the display.
The MIDNIGHT MODE indicator also lights up.
MID NIGHT 1:
Select when you want to reduce the dynamic
range a little.
MID NIGHT 2:
Select when you want to apply the compress
effect fully (useful at midnight).
MID NIGHT OFF: Select when you want to enjoy surround with
its full dynamic range (no effect applied).
Notes:
• If Analog Direct is in use, Midnight Mode is temporarily canceled.
• Midnight Mode is not valid for DVD MULTI playback mode.
Remote
NOT
Attenuating the Input Signal
Remote
NOT
DIGITAL AUTO
L
C
R
SUBWFR LFE
LS
SPEAKERS 1
DIGITAL
RS
VOLUME
DGTL AUTO
(Digital)
DGTL D.D
When the input level of the analog source is too high, the sounds
will be distorted. If this happens, you need to attenuate the input
signal level to prevent the sound distortion.
• Once you have made adjustment, it is memorized for each analog
source.
(Dolby Digital)
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AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
DGTL DTS
When “DGTL D.D” or “DGTL DTS” is selected, the AUTO
indicator goes off, and the corresponding digital signal format
indicator lights up on the display.
• If the incoming signal does not match the selected digital signal
format, the frame of the selected indicator will flash.
Note:
When you turn off the power or select another source, “DGTL D.D”
and “DGTL DTS” settings are canceled and the digital input mode is
automatically reset to “DGTL AUTO.”
To select the analog input mode again
Press INPUT ANALOG (or press ANALOG/DIGITAL INPUT on
the remote control repeatedly until “ANALOG” appears on the
display). The ANALOG indicator lights up.
Press and hold INPUT ATT (INPUT ANALOG) so that the
INPUT ATT indicator lights up on the display.
• Each time you press and hold the button, the input attenuator
mode turns on (“ATT ON”) or off (“NORMAL”).
Note:
This function is not valid when “DVD MULTI” is selected or when
Analog Direct is activated.
ANALOG
L
R
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
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Turning Analog Direct On and Off
You can enjoy the sound closer to the original source by overriding
the sound adjustments such as speaker output level adjustments (see
page 30), Digital Equalization (see page 30), Surround and DSP
modes (see pages 32 to 37), Bass Boost (see page 20) and Midnight
Mode (see page 18). You can only adjust the volume level while
Analog Direct is in use.
• Once you have made adjustment, it is memorized for each analog
source.
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Changing the Source Name
When you have connected an CD recorder to the TAPE/CDR IN
jacks or a DBS tuner to the TV SOUND/DBS IN jacks on the rear
panel, change the source name which will be shown on the display.
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AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
ANALOG DIRECT
When changing the source name from “TV” to “DBS”:
1. Press TV SOUND/DBS.
• Make sure “TV” appears on the display.
Press ANALOG DIRECT so that “A DIRECT” appears on the
display.
2. Press and hold TV SOUND/DBS until “ASSGN DBS”
appears on the display.
ANALOG
R
L
L
C
R
SPEAKERS 1
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
LS
LINEAR PCM
SUBWFR
ANALOG
VOLUME
RS
VOLUME
Note:
The lamp on the button also lights up.
• Each time you press the button, Analog Direct turns on and off.
Notes:
• When digital input mode is in use, Analog Direct is not available.
• Turning on Surround or DSP mode cancels Analog Direct and
previously selected sound adjustments are recalled.
• If Analog Direct is in use, Midnight Mode is temporarily canceled.
• Turning on Analog Direct cancels Input Attenuator (see page 18).
When connecting a DBS tuner to the TV SOUND/DBS IN jacks,
change the source name to “DBS,” which will be shown on the display
when selected as the source. Otherwise you cannot view any picture
from the DBS tuner.
When changing the source name from “TAPE” to “CDR”:
1. Press TAPE/CDR.
• Make sure “TAPE” appears on the display.
2. Press and hold TAPE/CDR until “ASSGN CDR” appears on
the display.
ANALOG
L
R
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
To change the source name to “TV” and “TAPE,” repeat the
same procedure above.
Note:
Without changing the source name, you can still use the connected
components. However, there may be some inconvenience.
– “TAPE” or “TV” will appear on the display when you select the CD
recorder or DBS tuner.
– You cannot use the digital input (see page 17) for the CD recorder.
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The following basic operations are possible only using the
remote control.
Using the Sleep Timer
Using the Sleep Timer, you can fall asleep while listening to music.
When the shut-off time comes, the receiver turns off automatically.
BASS BOOST
1
2
3
4
5
6
7/P
8
9
10/0
0
+10
Reinforcing the
Bass
Press SLEEP repeatedly.
The SLEEP indicator lights up on the display, and the shut-off time
changes in 10 minutes intervals:
SOUND
10
MUTING
Using the Sleep
Timer
Muting the
Sound
SLEEP
DIMMER
Changing
the Display
Brightness
Reinforcing the Bass
You can boost the bass level.
• Once you have made adjustment, it is memorized for each source.
1. Press SOUND.
The 10 keys are activated for sound adjustments.
2. Press BASS BOOST to turn on Bass Boost.
The BASS BOOST indicator lights up.
• Each time you press the button, Bass Boost turns on (“BOOST
ON”) and off (“BOOST OFF”) alternately.
You can use the BASS BOOST button on the front panel.
When the Bass Boost is activated, the lamp on the button lights up.
• Each time you press the button, Bass Boost turns on and off.
Notes:
• This function affects only the sounds from the front speakers,
center speaker, and subwoofer.
• When Analog Direct is activated (see page 19), the Bass Boost is
canceled temporarily.
Muting the Sound
Press MUTING to mute the sound through all speakers and
headphones connected.
“MUTING” appears on the display and the volume turns off (the
VOLUME level indicator goes off).
To restore the sound, press MUTING again.
• Turning MASTER VOLUME on the front panel or pressing
VOLUME +/– on the remote control also restores the sound.
Changing the Display Brightness
You can dim the display.
Press DIMMER.
• Each time you press the button, the brightness
level of the display change as follows:
Dimmer
Much dimmer
Canceled
20
30
40
0
50
60
70
80
90
(Canceled)
To check or change the time remaining until the shut-off time:
Press SLEEP once.
The remaining time until the shut-off time appears in minutes.
• To change the shut-off time, press SLEEP repeatedly.
To cancel the Sleep Timer:
Press SLEEP repeatedly until “SLEEP 0min” appears on the display.
(The SLEEP indicator goes off.)
• Turning off the power also cancels the Sleep Timer.
Recording a source
For analog-to-analog recording
You can record any analog playback source onto the recording
components connected to the audio output jacks on the rear of
this unit at the same time.
For digital-to-digital recording
You can record the currently selected digital input source through
the receiver to a digital recording device connected to the
DIGITAL OUT terminal.
Notes:
• Analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog recordings are not
possible.
• The output volume level, Midnight Mode (see page 18), Bass
Boost (see the left column), Digital Equalization (see page 30),
Surround modes and DSP modes (see pages 32 to 37) cannot
affect the recording.
Basic adjustment auto memory
This receiver memorizes sound settings for each source—
• when you turn off the power,
• when you change the source, and
• when you assign the source name (see page 19).
When you change the source, the memorized settings for the
newly selected source are automatically recalled.
The following can be stored for each source:
• Analog/digital input mode (see pages 17 and 18)
• Input attenuator mode (see page 18)
• Analog Direct (see page 19)
• Digital Equalization (see page 30)
• Speaker channel output levels (see page 30)
• Surround and DSP mode selection (see pages 35 and 37)
• Bass Boost setting (see the left column)
Notes:
• If the source is FM or AM, you can assign a different setting for
each band.
• If you want to memorize the volume level with the above
settings, set One Touch Operation to “ON” (see page 28).
(Normal display)
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Receiving Radio Broadcasts
You can browse through all the stations or use the preset function to go immediately to a particular station.
Setting the AM Tuner Interval Spacing
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Notes:
• When a station of sufficient signal strength is tuned in, the TUNED
indicator lights up on the display.
• When an FM stereo program is received, the STEREO indicator
also lights up.
• When you hold and then release the button in step 2, the frequency
keeps changing until a station is tuned in.
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
From the remote control:
Some countries space AM stations 9 kHz apart, and other countries
use 10 kHz spacing. Select the appropriate interval spacing setting to
receive the AM broadcasting in your area.
• 9 kHz interval spacing is the initial setting.
On the front panel ONLY:
1 Turn off the unit.
1. Press FM/AM.
• Each time you press the button, the band alternates between
FM and AM.
2. Press TUNING UP or TUNING DOWN repeatedly until you
find the frequency you want.
• Pressing TUNING UP increases the frequency.
• Pressing TUNING DOWN decreases the frequency.
• Be sure that the unit is plugged into a wall outlet.
Remote
NOT
Using Preset Tuning
2 Change the interval spacing.
To set the AM tuner to the 10 kHz spacing:
Hold down FM/AM TUNING 5 and press
STANDBY/ON.
“10k STEP” appears on the display for a while.
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AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
To set the AM tuner to the 9 kHz spacing:
STANDBY/ON.
Hold down FM/AM TUNING ∞ and press
“9k STEP” appears on the display for a while.
The unit is turned on with the interval spacing changed.
Once a station is assigned to a channel number, the station can be
quickly tuned in. You can preset up to 30 FM and 15 AM stations.
Tuning in to Stations Manually
To store the preset stations
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Before you start, remember...
There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If the setting is
canceled before you finish, start from step 2 again.
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
On the front panel ONLY:
1. Tune in the station you want to preset
(see “Tuning in to Stations Manually”
on the left).
1. Press FM or AM to select the band.
The last received station of the selected band is tuned in.
ANALOG
R
L
TUNED STEREO
• If you want to store the FM reception mode for this station,
select the FM reception mode you want. See “Selecting the
FM Reception Mode” on page 22.
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
2. Press MEMORY.
VOLUME
ANALOG
L
2. Press FM/AM TUNING 5 or ∞ repeatedly until
you find the frequency you want.
• Pressing FM/AM TUNING 5 increases the frequency.
• Pressing FM/AM TUNING ∞ decreases the frequency.
ANALOG
L
R
R
TUNED STEREO
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
The channel number position starts flashing on the display for
about 10 seconds.
TUNED STEREO
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
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L
R
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3. Press FM/AM PRESET 5 or ∞ to select a
channel number while the channel number
position is flashing.
Selecting the FM Reception Mode
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TUNED STEREO
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
4. Press MEMORY again while the selected channel
number is flashing on the display.
The selected channel number stops flashing.
The station is assigned to the selected channel number.
5. Repeat steps 1 to 4 until you store all the stations
you want.
When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive or noisy, you can
change the FM reception mode while receiving an FM broadcast.
• You can store the FM reception mode for each preset station (see
page 21).
While listening to an FM station, press FM MODE.
• Each time you press the button, the FM reception mode alternates
between “AUTOMUTING” and “MODE MONO.”
To erase a stored preset station
Storing a new station on a used number erases the previously stored
one
ANALOG
L
R
TUNED STEREO AUTO MUTING
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
To tune in a preset station
On the front panel:
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AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
ANALOG
L
R
TUNED
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
1. Press FM or AM to select the band.
The last received station of the selected band is tuned in.
2. Press FM/AM PRESET 5 or ∞ until you find the
channel you want.
• Pressing FM/AM PRESET 5 increases the number.
• Pressing FM/AM PRESET ∞ decreases the number.
From the remote control:
1. Press FM/AM to select the band.
AUTOMUTING: Normally select this.
When a program is broadcasted in stereo,
you will hear stereo sound;
when in monaural, you will hear monaural
sounds.
This mode is also useful to suppress static
noise between stations. The AUTO
MUTING indicator lights up on the display.
(Initial setting)
MODE MONO:
The last received station of the selected band is tuned in.
• Each time you press the button, the band alternates between
FM and AM.
2. Press the 10 keys to select a preset channel
number.
•
•
•
•
For channel number 5, press 5.
For channel number 15, press +10 then 5.
For channel number 20, press +10 then 10/0.
For channel number 30, press +10, +10, then 10/0.
Select this to improve the reception (but
stereo effect will be lost).
In this mode, you will hear noise while
tuning into the stations. The AUTO
MUTING indicator goes off from the
display. (The STEREO indicator also goes
off.)
Note:
When you use the FM MODE on the remote control, be sure that it is
activated for the tuner, not for the CD and others. (See page 42.)
Note:
When you use the 10 keys on the remote control, be sure that they
are activated for the tuner, not for the CD and others. (See page 42.)
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Basic Settings
Some of the following settings are required after connecting and positioning your speakers while others will make
operations easier. You can use QUICK SPEAKER SETUP to easily set up your speaker configuration.
Setting the Speakers Configuration
Remote
NOT
Quick Speaker Setup helps you to easily and quickly register the
speaker size and speaker distance according to your listening room
to create the best possible surround effect.
• You can also register each speaker’s information manually.
For details, see page 25.
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3. Press in MULTI JOG (PUSH SET).
“ROOM SIZE?” appears on the display, then the initial room
size setting appears.
ANALOG
R
L
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
ANALOG
L
R
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
Before you start, remember...
There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If the setting is
canceled before you finish, start from step 1 again.
On the front panel:
1. Press QUICK SPEAKER SETUP.
ANALOG
ANALOG
R
The room size changes as follows.
• To select your appropriate room size, see “Room size and
speaker distance” on page 24.
L
“SETUP” and “SPEAKERS?” appear on the display, then the
initial setting for the total number of the connected speakers
(channels) appears.
L
4. Turn MULTI JOG to select an appropriate room
size to match to your listening room.
R
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
SMALL “ MID “ LARGE* “ (Back to the beginning)
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
* “LARGE” is the initial setting.
5. Press in MULTI JOG (PUSH SET).
ANALOG
R
L
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
“COMPLETE” appears on the display, then goes back to the
source indication.
• Speaker configuration settings now become active.
VOLUME
ANALOG
L
R
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
2. Turn MULTI JOG to select an appropriate
number of the connected speakers (speaker
channel number).
The speaker channel number changes as follows.
• For the details of speaker channel number, see “Speakers
(channels) number and size” on page 24.
VOLUME
Note:
This procedure will not be completed if you stop in the middle of
the setting process.
ANALOG
L
R
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
2.0CH “ 2.1CH “ 3.0CH “ 3.1CH “ 4.0CH “
4.1CH “ 5.0CH “ 5.1CH “ 6.0CH* “ 6.1CH “
7.0CH “ 7.1CH “ (Back to the beginning)
* “6.0CH” is the initial setting.
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The size of connected speakers
CH
L
R
C
LS
RS
SB
Basic Setting Items
On the following pages, you can adjust the following items:
Items
To do
1
SUB WOOFER*
Register your subwoofer.
NO
2.1 SMALL SMALL NONE NONE NONE NONE
YES
3.0 LARGE LARGE SMALL NONE NONE NONE
NO
3.1 SMALL SMALL SMALL NONE NONE NONE
YES
4.0 LARGE LARGE NONE SMALL SMALL NONE
NO
25
25
CNTR SPEAKER*1 Register your center speaker size.
25
SURR SPEAKER*
2.0 LARGE LARGE NONE NONE NONE NONE
See page
FRONT SPEAKER*1 Register your front speaker size.
1
SUBWFR
English
Speakers (channels) number and size
You can find how each of the speaker size is defined according to
the number of connected speakers (speaker channel (CH) number)
you select.
In the following tables, “L” stands for “left front speaker,” “R” for
“right front speaker,” “C” for “center speaker,” “LS” for “left
surround speaker,” “RS” for “right surround speaker,” “SB” for
“surround back speaker,” and “SUBWFR” for “subwoofer.”
• Subwoofer is counted as 0.1 channel.
Register your surround speaker size. 25
1
SBACK SPEAKER* Register your surround back
speaker size.
1
SBACK OUT*
DIST UNIT
25
Register the number of the
connected surround back speakers.
26
Select the measuring unit for the
speaker distance.
26
1
4.1 SMALL SMALL NONE SMALL SMALL NONE
YES
5.0 LARGE LARGE SMALL SMALL SMALL NONE
NO
5.1 SMALL SMALL SMALL SMALL SMALL NONE
YES
6.0 LARGE LARGE SMALL SMALL SMALL SMALL
NO
6.1 SMALL SMALL SMALL SMALL SMALL SMALL
YES
7.0 LARGE LARGE SMALL SMALL SMALL SMALL*
NO
7.1 SMALL SMALL SMALL SMALL SMALL SMALL*
YES
* This setting is applied to the both speakers.
FRONT DISTANCE* Register the distance from you front
speakers to your listening point.
26
CNTR DISTANCE*1 Register the distance from you center
speaker to your listening point.
26
SURR DISTANCE*1 Register the distance from you
surround speakers to your listening
point.
26
SBACK DISTANCE*1 Register the distance from you
surround back speaker(s) to your
listening point.
26
S WFR OUTPUT
Select sounds emitted from the
subwoofer.
27
Select the cutoff frequency to the
subwoofer.
27
LFE ATTENUATE
Attenuate the bass (LFE) sounds.
27
DUAL MONO
Select the Dual Mono sound
channel.
27
Select the component connected to
digital coaxial terminal
28
Room size and speaker distance
According to the selected room size, speaker distance for each
activated speaker is set as follows:
LARGE
MID
SMALL
Speaker
Distance
L
3.0 m (10 ft)
R
3.0 m (10 ft)
C
3.0 m (10 ft)
LS
3.0 m (10 ft)
RS
3.0 m (10 ft)
SB
3.0 m (10 ft)
Speaker
Distance
L
2.7 m (9 ft)
R
2.7 m (9 ft)
C
2.4 m (8 ft)
LS
2.1 m (7 ft)
RS
2.1 m (7 ft)
SB
1.8 m (6 ft)
Speaker
Distance
L
2.4 m (8 ft)
R
2.4 m (8 ft)
C
2.1 m (7 ft)
LS
1.5 m (5 ft)
RS
1.5 m (5 ft)
SB
1.2 m (4 ft)
CROSS OVER
DGTL IN COAX
DGTL IN OPTICAL This item is automatically set
according to your “DGTL IN
COAX” setting.
VIDEO IN DVD
VIDEO IN DBS
ONE TOUCH OPE
28
Select the type of video terminal
used for the DVD player.
28
Select the type of video terminal
used for the DBS tuner.
28
Store the volume level for each
source.
28
*1 These items can be set using Quick Speaker Setup.
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Basic Procedure
: shows the initial setting in the following
tables.
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Setting the Speakers
Before you start, remember...
There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If the setting is
canceled before you finish, start from step 1 again.
To obtain the best possible surround effect from the Surround and
DSP modes, register the setting about the speaker arrangement after
all connections are completed.
• If you have used Quick Speaker Setup on page 23, this setting is
not required.
7 Subwoofer setting—SUB WOOFER
Select whether you have connected a subwoofer or not.
Ex. When setting One Touch Operation to “ON.”
YES: Select when a subwoofer is connected.
1. Press SETTING.
NO:
Select when no subwoofer is used.
The last selected item appears on the display.
Note:
ANALOG
L
R
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
If you have selected “NO” for the subwoofer, you cannot use the
SUBWOOFER OUT ON/OFF button on the front panel.
VOLUME
2. Turn MULTI JOG until an item you want
appears on the display.
• In this example, select “ONE TOUCH OPE.” For available
items, see the list “Basic Setting Items” on page 24.
ANALOG
L
R
7 Speaker size—FRONT SPEAKER, CNTR SPEAKER,
SURR SPEAKER, SBACK SPEAKER
Select the size for each connected speaker.
LARGE*1: Select when the speaker size is relatively large.
SMALL*2: Select when the speaker size is relatively small.
NONE:
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
3. Push in MULTI JOG (PUSH SET).
Select this when you have not connected a
speaker. (Not selectable for the front speakers)
*1 Initial setting for front speakers.
*2 Initial setting for center, surround, and surround back
speakers.
The current setting for the selected item appears on the display.
Notes:
ANALOG
R
L
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
4. Turn MULTI JOG until a setting you want
appears on the display.
ANALOG
L
R
ONE TOUCH OPERATION
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
• Keep the following comments in mind as reference when
adjusting.
– If the size of the cone speaker unit built in your speaker is
larger than 12 cm, select “LARGE,” and if it is smaller than
12 cm, select “SMALL.”
• If you have selected “NO” for the subwoofer setting, you can
only select “LARGE” for the front speakers.
• If you have selected “SMALL” for the front speakers, you cannot
select “LARGE” for the center, surround, and surround back
speakers.
• If you have selected “SMALL” for the surround speakers, you
cannot select “LARGE” for the surround back speakers.
• If you have selected “NONE” for the surround speakers, the
surround back speakers are fixed to “NONE.”
5. Press EXIT.
6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 to set other items if necessary.
7. Press EXIT.
The source indication resumes on the display.
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7 Surround back speakers quantity—SBACK OUT
Select the number of the surround back speakers connected.
C
1SPK: Select this to use 1 surround back speaker.
L
R
2SPK: Select this to use 2 surround back speakers.
3.3 m
(11 ft)
3.0 m
(10 ft)
2.7 m
(9 ft)
Note:
If you have selected “NONE” for the surround back speakers (see
page 25), this setting is not available.
Setting the Speaker Distance
The distance from your listening point to the speakers is another
important element to obtain the best possible sound of the Surround
and DSP modes. Set the distance from your listening point to the
speakers.
By referring to the speaker distance setting, this unit automatically
sets the delay time of the sound through each speaker so that sounds
through all the speakers can reach you at the same time.
• If you have used Quick Speaker Setup on page 23, this setting is
not required.
2.4 m
(8 ft)
2.1 m
(7 ft)
LS
RS
LSB
RSB
7 Measuring unit—DIST UNIT
Select which measuring unit you use.
meter: Select to set the distance in meters.
feet:
Select to set the distance in feet.
7 Speaker distance—FRONT DISTANCE, CNTR
DISTANCE, SURR DISTANCE, SBACK DISTANCE
Ex. In the above case, set the speaker distance as follows:
Front speakers:
Center speaker:
Surround speakers:
Surround back speakers:
3.0 m (10 ft)
3.0 m (10 ft)
2.7 m (9 ft)
2.4 m (8 ft)
Set the distance from the listening point within the range of
0.3 m (1 ft) to 9.0 m (30 ft), in 0.3 m (1 ft) intervals.
• When shipped from the factory, distance for each speaker is
set to “3.0 m (10 ft).”
Notes:
• You cannot set the speaker distance for the speakers you have
selected “NONE” (see page 25).
• This setting is not valid for the DVD MULTI playback mode.
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Setting the Bass Sounds
7 Low frequency effect attenuator—LFE ATTENUATE
You can adjust subwoofer and bass sounds precisely according to
your preference.
If the bass sound is distorted while playing back software
encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS, set the LFE level to
eliminate distortion.
7 Subwoofer output—S WFR OUTPUT
Select one of the following:
You can select the type of the signal which can be transmitted
through the subwoofer. In other words, you can determine
whether or not the bass elements of the front speaker channels
are transmitted through the subwoofer regardless of the front
speaker size setting (either “SMALL” or “LARGE”).
Select one of the following:
LFE:
Select to transmit only the LFE signals (while
playing Dolby Digital and DTS software) and
the bass elements of small speakers through the
subwoofer.
LFE+MAIN: Select to always add the bass elements of the
front speaker channels (MAIN) to the above
(LFE) setting, and to transmit them through the
subwoofer.
Note:
If you have selected “NO” for the subwoofer, this function is not
available.
0dB:
Normally select this.
−10dB: Select when the bass sound is distorted.
Selecting main or sub channel—DUAL MONO
When the playback source is Dual Mono, you can select which,
or both channels to listen to.
Select the playback sounds (channel).
MAIN: Select to play back the main channel (Ch1).*1
Signal indicator “L” lights up while playing back this
channel.
SUB:
Select to play back the sub-channel (Ch2).*1
Signal indicator “R” lights up while playing back this
channel.
ALL:
Select to play back both the main and sub-channels
(Ch1/Ch2).*1
Signal indicators “L” and “R” light up while playing
back these channels.
7 Crossover frequency—CROSS OVER
When you use a subwoofer, you can select the cutoff frequency
for the small speakers used.
Select one of the crossover frequency levels according to the
size of the small speaker connected.
80Hz: Select when the cone speaker unit built in the speaker is
about 12 cm.
100Hz: Select when the cone speaker unit built in the speaker is
about 10 cm.
120Hz: Select when the cone speaker unit built in the speaker is
about 8 cm.
150Hz: Select when the cone speaker unit built in the speaker is
about 6 cm.
Notes:
• The Dual Mono format is not identical with bilingual
broadcasting for TV programs. So this setting does not take
effect while watching such bilingual programs.
*1 Dual Mono signals can be heard from the following speakers—
L (left front speaker), R (right front speaker), and C (center
speaker)—with respect to the current Surround setting.
With Surround Activated
Dual Mono
Setting
Center speaker setting
Without Surround
SMALL/LARGE
L
R
L
C
R
L
R
MAIN
Ch 1
Ch 1
—
Ch 1
—
Ch 1
Ch1
SUB
Ch 2
Ch 2
—
Ch 2
—
Ch 2
Ch 2
ALL
Ch 1
Ch 2
— Ch 1+Ch 2 — Ch 1+Ch 2 Ch 1+Ch 2
Notes:
.• If you have selected “LARGE” for all activated speakers (see
page 25), this function is fixed to “OFF.”
• Crossover frequency is not valid for the DVD MULTI playback,
All Channel Stereo, HEADPHONE, and 3D HEADPHONE
mode.
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Memorizing the Volume Level for Each Source
When you use the digital input terminals, register which components
you have connected to the digital input terminals.
This unit memorizes some settings separately for each source.
In addition, you can store the volume level for each source with the
other memorized settings—One Touch Operation.
7 Digital coaxial terminal—DGTL IN COAX
Set the component connected to the digital coaxial terminal
(DIGITAL IN 1).
DVD (initial setting), CD, TV (or DBS*) or CDR.
* If you have changed the source name from “TV” to “DBS,”
“DBS” appears (see page 19).
7 Digital optical terminals—DGTL IN OPTICAL
As you set the components connected to the digital coaxial
terminal (DIGITAL IN 1), the optical terminals (DIGITAL IN 2
– 4) will be automatically fixed to connect the components listed
below.
When “DIGITAL IN 1 (DGTL IN COAX)” is set to “DVD”
2: CD
3: TV (or DBS*)
4: CDR
When “DIGITAL IN 1 (DGTL IN COAX)” is set to “CD”
2: DVD
3: TV (or DBS*)
4: CDR
When “DIGITAL IN 1 (DGTL IN COAX)” is set to “TV” or
“DBS”*
2: DVD
3: CD
7 One Touch Operation—ONE TOUCH OPE
Select one of the following:
ON: Select to store the volume level separately for each
source. (The ONE TOUCH OPERATION indicator lights
up on the display.)
This receiver memorizes the volume level—
• when you change the source, or
• when you change the source name.
OFF: Select this not to store the volume level.
To recall the volume level
With the ONE TOUCH OPERATION indicator lit, the volume
level for the currently selected source is recalled when the
source is selected.
To cancel the One Touch Operation
Set One Touch Operation to “OFF” so that the ONE TOUCH
OPERATION indicator goes off.
4: CDR
When “DIGITAL IN 1 (DGTL IN COAX)” is set to “CDR”
2: DVD
3: CD
4: TV (or DBS*)
* If you have changed the source name from “TV” to “DBS,”
“DBS” appears (see page 19).
Setting the Component Video Input
When you use the component video inputs for connecting the DVD
player and/or DBS tuner, register the type of input jacks.
If you have not selected appropriate video input jacks, the AV
COMPU LINK remote control system cannot operate properly. (See
page 40.)
7 For the DVD player—VIDEO IN DVD
Select one of the following:
COMPNT: Select when connecting the DVD player to the
component video input jacks.
S/C:
Select when connecting the DVD player to the
composite video or S-video input jacks.
7 For the DBS tuner—VIDEO IN DBS
Select one of the following:
COMPNT: Select when connecting the DBS tuner to the
component video input jacks.
S/C:
Select when connecting the DBS tuner to the
composite video or S-video input jacks.
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Setting the Digital Input Terminals
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Adjusting Sound
You can make sound adjustment to your preference after completing basic setting.
Basic Setting Items
Basic Procedure
On the following pages, you can adjust the items listed below:
• You can adjust only the items applicable to the current sound
mode.
• If Analog Direct is in use, you cannot make any sound
adjustments.
Items
To do
Adjust equalizer pattern.
30
SUBWFR LVL
Adjust the subwoofer output level.
30
FRONT L LVL
Adjust the left front speaker output
level.
30
Adjust the right front speaker output
level.
30
Adjust the center speaker output
level.
30
Adjust the left surround speaker
output level.
30
Adjust the right surround speaker
output level.
30
Adjust the surround back speaker
output level.
30
EFFECT*1
Adjust the DAP effect level.
31
ROOMSIZE*1
Select the room size for your virtual
listening room.
31
CENTER LVL
SURR L LVL
SURR R LVL
SBACK LVL
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
See page
DIGITAL EQ
FRONT R LVL
RX-7032V
Before you start, remember...
There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If the setting is
canceled before you finish, start from step 1 again.
Ex. When adjusting the subwoofer level to “–3.”
1. Press ADJUST.
The last selected item appears on the display.
ANALOG
R
L
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
2. Turn MULTI JOG until an item you want
appears on the display.
• In this example, select “SUBWFR LVL.” For available items,
see the list to the left.
ANALOG
L
R
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
LIVENESS*1
CTR TONE
PANORAMA*
2
Select the liveness level for your
virtual listening room.
31
Make the center tone soft or sharp.
31
Add “wraparound” sound effect with
side-wall image.
31
CNTR WIDTH*2 Adjust the center channel localization
between the center speaker and the
left/right front speakers.
31
DIMENSION*2
Adjust sound localization position.
31
CNTR GAIN*3
Adjust sound localization of the
center channel.
31
VOLUME
3. Press in MULTI JOG (PUSH SET).
The current setting (or level) for the selected item appears on the
display.
ANALOG
R
L
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
VOLUME
4. Turn MULTI JOG to select a setting you want or
to make an adjustment as you like.
ANALOG
L
Notes:
R
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR
1
* Adjustable when the DAP mode is in use.
*2 Adjustable when Pro Logic II Music is in use.
*3 Adjustable when Neo:6 Music is in use.
VOLUME
5. Press EXIT.
6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 to set other items if necessary.
7. Press EXIT.
The source indication resumes on the display.
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Adjusting the Speaker Output Levels
You can adjust the equalization patterns to your preference.
• Once you have made adjustment, it is memorized for each source.
You can adjust the speaker output levels. The test tone comes out of
each speaker except subwoofer to check the output level balance
when using the Surround mode.
• Once you have made an adjustment, it is memorized for each
source.
7 Equalization adjustment—DIGITAL EQ
You can adjust five frequency bands (center frequency: 63 Hz,
250 Hz, 1 kHz, 4 kHz, 16 kHz) within the range of –8 dB to +8
dB (“0 dB” is the initial setting) in 2 dB steps.
• When adjustment is made, the DIGITAL EQ indicator lights
up on the display.
To flat the equalization pattern, set all the frequency bands to
“0 dB” in step 4 of “Basic Procedure” (on page 29). The
DIGITAL EQ indicator goes off from the display.
7 Adjustable speakers
You can adjust the following speakers’ output levels within the
range of –10 dB to +10 dB (“0 dB” is the initial setting):
SUBWFR LVL:
Select to adjust the subwoofer output level.
FRONT L LVL:
Select to adjust the left front speaker
output level.
Notes:
FRONT R LVL:
• When Analog Direct is in use, Digital Equalization patterns are not
available.
• The Digital Equalization affects the front speaker sounds only.
Select to adjust the right front speaker
output level.
CENTER LVL:
Select to adjust the center speaker output
level.
SURR L LVL:
Select to adjust the left surround speaker
output level.
SURR R LVL:
Select to adjust the right surround speaker
output level.
SBACK LVL:
Select to adjust the surround back speaker
output level.
You can also use the remote control for equalization adjustment.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7/P
8
9
10/0
0
+10
Notes:
1. Press SOUND.
The 10 keys are activated for sound adjustments.
2. Press DIGITAL EQ (Equalization) repeatedly to select
the center frequency you want to adjust.
• Each time you press the button, the center frequency with
its current level appear on the display
• If you have selected “NO” or “NONE” for a speaker (see page
25), the output level for the corresponding speaker is not
adjustable.
• The center speaker, and left/right surround speakers’ output
levels are adjustable for DVD MULTI playback mode, even
though “NONE” is selected for the speaker settings.
• Speaker output levels (except the subwoofer output level) are
not adjustable when Analog Direct is in use. To adjust
subwoofer output level, see page 17.
3. Press LEVEL + or – repeatedly to adjust the level of the
center frequency.
The DIGITAL EQ indicator lights up on the display.
• The frequency level changes from –8 dB to +8 dB in 2 dB
steps.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to adjust the other center
frequency.
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Adjusting the Equalization Patterns
English
You can also use the remote control for adjusting the speaker
output level.
When using the remote control, you can make an adjustment
while listening to test tone.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7/P
8
9
10/0
0
+10
Adjusting the Sound Parameters for the
Surround and DSP Modes
You can adjust the Surround and DSP sound parameters to your
preference.
• When center speaker is set to “NONE,” CTR TONE, CNTR
WIDTH, and CNTR GAIN are not available.
7 Adjustable parameters
You can adjust the following parameters:
For Surround, DAP, and All Channel Stereo modes (when the
center speaker is connected)
• This setting is common to all surround modes, and is
memorized separately for DSP modes.
CTR TONE:
1. Press SOUND.
The 10 keys are activated for sound adjustments.
2. Press TEST to check if you can hear the sounds through
all the speakers at equal level.
Test tone comes out of the speakers in the following order.
• No test tone comes out of the speakers which are set to
“NONE” in the speaker setting, and the subwoofer.
FRNT L (Left front speaker) = CENTER (Center speaker) =
FRNT R (Right front speaker) =
SURR R (Right surround speaker) =
SBACK (surround back speaker) =
SURR L (Left surround speaker) = (Back to the beginning)
3. Select a speaker you want to adjust.
• To select the left front speaker, press FRONT•L.
• To select the center speaker, press CENTER.
• To select the right front speaker, press FRONT•R.
• To select the right surround speaker, press SURR•R.
• To select the surround back speaker, press SURR BACK.
• To select the left surround speaker, press SURR•L.
Adjust the center tone. As the number
increases, the dialogue becomes clearer so
that the human voices change from soft to
sharp. Normally select “3 (initial setting).”
Adjustable range: 1 to 5
For DAP modes
• Once you have made an adjustment, it is memorized for each
DAP mode.
EFFECT:
Adjust the DAP effect level. As the number
increases, the DAP effect becomes stronger.
Normally select “3 (initial setting).”
Adjustable range: 1 to 5
ROOMSIZE:
Adjust the virtual room size. As the number
increases, the interval between reflections
increases so that you will feel as if you were
in a larger room. Normally select “3 (initial
setting).”
Adjustable range: 1 to 5
LIVENESS:
Adjust the liveness effect. As the number
increases, the attenuation level of reflections
over time decreases so that acoustics change
from “Dead” to “Live.” Normally select “3
(initial setting).”
Adjustable range: 1 to 5
4. Press LEVEL + or – to adjust the speaker output level
(–10 dB to +10 dB).
For Pro Logic II Music only
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to adjust the other speaker’s output
levels.
6. Press TEST again to stop the test tone.
PANORAMA:
Select “ON” to add “wraparound” sound
effect with side-wall image. (Initial setting:
“OFF”)
CNTR WIDTH: Adjust the center channel localization
between the center speaker and the left/right
front speakers. As the number increases, the
center channel sound moves toward the left
and right front speakers. Normally select “3
(initial setting).”
Adjustable range: OFF and 1 to 7
DIMENSION:
Adjust sound localization position. As the
number increases, the sound localization
moves towards forward from backward.
Normally select “4 (initial setting).”
Adjustable range: 1 to 7
For Neo:6 Music only
CNTR GAIN:
Adjust the sound localization of the center
channel. As the number increases, center
channel will be localized clearly. Normally
select “0.2 (initial setting).”
Adjustable range: 0 to 0.5
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This unit activates a variety of Surround modes automatically. The basic settings and adjustments stored (see pages
23 to 31) are applied.
Reproducing Theater Ambience
Introducing the Surround Modes
In a movie theater, many speakers are located on the walls to
reproduce impressive multi-surround sounds, reaching you from all
directions.
With these many speakers, sound localization and sound movement
can be expressed.
Surround modes built in this receiver can create almost the same
surround sounds as you can feel in a real movie theater—with only
five to seven speakers (plus subwoofer).
Dolby Digital*1
Dolby Digital is a digital signal compression method, developed
by Dolby Laboratories, and enables multi-channel encoding and
decoding (1ch up to 5.1ch).
• When Dolby Digital signal is detected through the digital input,
DIGITAL indicator lights up on the display.
the
Dolby Digital 5.1CH
Dolby Digital 5.1CH (DOLBY D) encoding method records and
digitally compresses the left front channel, right front channel,
center channel, left surround channel, right surround channel, and
LFE channel signals (total 6 channels, but the LFE channel is
counted as 0.1 channel. Therefore, called 5.1 channel).
Dolby Digital enables stereo surround sounds, and sets the cutoff
frequency of the surround treble at 20 kHz, compared to 7 kHz for
Dolby Pro Logic. As such, the sound movement and “being-there”
feeling are enhanced much more than Dolby Pro Logic.
Dolby Digital EX
Dolby Digital EX (DOLBY D EX) is a digital surround encoding
format that adds the third surround channels, called “surround
back.”
Compared to the conventional Dolby Digital 5.1CH, these newly
added surround back channels can reproduce more detailed
movements behind you while viewing the video software. In
addition, surround sound localization will become more stable.
• You can use Virtual 6.1-channel surround when playing back
Dolby Digital EX software without connecting the surround
back speakers. This surround reallocates the surround back
channel to the surround speakers so that you can still feel the
great surround effect from behind.
The VIRTUAL SB (Surround Back) indicator lights up on the
display.
Dolby Pro Logic
Subwoofer
Left front speaker Center speaker
(L)
(C)
Left surround
speaker (LS)
Right front speaker
(R)
Dolby Surround encoding format records the left front channel,
right front channel, center channel, and surround channel
(monaural) signals into 2 channels.
The Dolby Pro Logic (PRO LOGIC) decoder built in this receiver
decodes these 2 channel signals into 4 original channel signals
(plus subwoofer)—matrix-based multi-channel reproduction.
indicator
• When Dolby Pro Logic is activated, the
lights up on the display.
Right surround
speaker (RS)
Surround back speakers (LSB/RSB)
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Using the Surround Modes
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Dolby Pro Logic II
DTS 96/24
Dolby Pro Logic II is a multi-channel playback format to convert 2channel software into 5-channel (plus subwoofer). The matrix-based
conversion method used for Dolby Pro Logic II makes no limitation
for the cutoff frequency of the surround treble and enables stereo
surround sound.
• This receiver provides two types of Dolby Pro Logic II modes—
Pro Logic II Movie (PLII MOVIE) and Pro Logic II Music
(PLII MUSIC).
When Dolby Pro Logic II is activated, the
indicator lights up on the display.
In recent years, there has been increasing interest in higher sampling
rates both for recording and for reproducing at home. Higher
sampling rates allow wider frequency range and greater bit depths
provide extended dynamic range.
DTS 96/24 is a multi-channel digital signal format (fs 96 kHz/24
bits) introduced by Digital Theater Systems, Inc. to deliver “betterthan-CD sound quality” into the home.
• When DTS 96/24 signal is detected, the 96/24 indicator lights up.
You can enjoy its 5.1-channel sound with full-quality.
PLII MOVIE:
DTS Neo:6
PLII MUSIC:
Suitable for playing any Dolby Surround encoded
software. You can enjoy a sound field very close
to the one created with discrete 5.1-channel
sounds.
Suitable for playing any 2-channel stereo
software. You can enjoy wide and deep sounds.
DTS*2
DTS is another digital signal compression method, developed by
Digital Theater Systems, Inc., and enables multi-channel encoding
and decoding (1ch up to 6.1ch).
• When DTS signal is detected through the digital input, the
indicator lights up on the display.
DTS Digital Surround
DTS Digital Surround (DTS) is another discrete 5.1 channel digital
audio format available on CD, LD, and DVD software.
Compared to Dolby Digital, the DTS Digital Surround format has a
lower audio compression rate which enables it to add breadth and
depth to the sounds reproduced. As such, DTS Digital Surround
features natural, solid, and clear sound.
• When EX/ES setting is set to “ON,” DTS Neo:6 (DTS NEO:6) is
applied while playing back multi-channel DTS software. It creates
the same surround ambience as 6.1-channel software does.
DTS Extended Surround (DTS-ES)
DTS-ES is another multi-channel digital encoding format.
It greatly improves the 360-degree surround impression and space
expression by adding the third surround channel—surround back
channel.
DTS-ES includes two signal formats with different surround signal
recording methods—DTS-ES Discrete 6.1ch (ES DSCRETE) and
DTS-ES Matrix 6.1ch (ES MATRIX).
DTS-ES Discrete 6.1ch has been designed to encode (and decode) a
6.1-channel signal discretely to avoid interference with each
channel.
DTS-ES Matrix 6.1ch has been designed to add an extra surround
channel to DTS Digital Surround 5.1-channel. By using a matrix
encoding/decoding method, an additional “surround back” channel
signal is encoded (and decoded) in both the left and right surround
channel signals.
• You can use Virtual 6.1-channel surround when playing back
DTS-ES software without connecting the surround back speakers.
This surround reallocates the surround back channel to the
surround speakers so that you can still feel the great surround
effect from behind.
The VIRTUAL SB (Surround Back) indicator lights up on the
display.
DTS Neo:6 is another conversion method to create 6-channel (plus
subwoofer) from analog/digital 2-channel software by using the high
precision digital matrix decoder used for DTS-ES Matrix 6.1ch.
When one of Neo:6 modes is activated, the NEO:6 indicator lights
up on the display.
• This receiver provides the following DTS NEO:6 modes—Neo:6
Cinema (NEO:6CINMA) and Neo:6 Music (NEO:6MUSIC).
NEO:6CINMA:
Suitable for playing movies. You can get the
same atmosphere with 2-channel software as
with 6.1-channel software. It is also effective for
playing software encoded with conventional
surround formats.
NEO:6MUSIC:
Suitable for playing music software. The front
channel signals bypass the decoder (resulting in
no loss of sound quality) and the surround
signals transmitted through the other speakers
expand the sound field naturally.
What is Dual Mono?
Dual Mono can be easily understood when you think of the
bilingual broadcast for TV programs (however, the Dual Mono
format is not identical with those analog formats).
This format is now adopted in Dolby Digital, DTS, and so on. It
allows two independent channels (called main channel and subchannel) to be recorded separately.
• When Dual Mono signal is detected, the DUAL indicator lights
up. You can select either channel you want to listen to (see page
27).
When using the Surround mode, the sounds come out of the
avtivated speakers which the Surround mode requires.
• If the surround speakers and center speaker are set to
“NONE” in the speaker setting, JVC’s original 3D-PHONIC
processing (which has been developed to create the surround
effect through the front speakers only) is used.
The 3D-PHONIC indicator lights up on the display.
*1 Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby,” “Pro
Logic,” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
*2 “DTS,” “DTS-ES Extended Surround” and “Neo:6” are trademarks
of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
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Available Surround modes vary depending on the speaker settings and the incoming signals.
The table below shows the relation of the Surround modes and the incoming signals (with the surround back speakers and EX/ES setting).
• The numbers inside the parentheses following the incoming signal type indicate the number of the front channels and that of the surround
channels. For example, (3/2) indicates that the signals are encoded with three front signals (left/right/center) and two (stereo) surround
signals.
Incoming Signal Type
Surround Back Channel Setting
EX/ES Setting
Available Surround Mode
2SPK/1SPK
AUTO/ON
DOLBY D EX
OFF
DOLBY D
AUTO/ON
DOLBY D (VIRTUAL SB)*1
OFF
DOLBY D
AUTO
DOLBY D
ON
DOLBY D EX
OFF
DOLBY D
NONE
Not available
DOLBY D
2SPK/1SPK
AUTO/ON/OFF
DOLBY D
NONE
Not available
DOLBY D
Dolby Digital (1/0, 3/0)
2SPK/1SPK/NONE
Not available
DOLBY D
Dolby Digital (Dual Mono)
2SPK/1SPK/NONE
Not available
DUAL MONO
2SPK/1SPK
AUTO/ON
ES DSCRETE
OFF
DTS
NONE
AUTO/ON
DTS (VIRTUAL SB)*1
2SPK/1SPK
AUTO/ON
ES MATRIX*2
OFF
DTS
AUTO/ON
DTS (VIRTUAL SB)*1 *2
OFF
DTS
AUTO
DTS
ON
DTS NEO:6*2
OFF
DTS
NONE
Not available
DTS
2SPK/1SPK
AUTO/ON/OFF
DTS
NONE
Not available
DTS
DTS (1/0, 3/0)
2SPK/1SPK/NONE
Not available
DTS
DTS (Dual Mono)
2SPK/1SPK/NONE
Not available
DUAL MONO
Dolby Digital EX
NONE
2SPK/1SPK
Dolby Digital (3/2, 2/2)
Dolby Digital (3/1, 2/1)
DTS-ES Discrete 6.1ch
DTS-ES Matrix 6.1ch
DTS-ES 96/24 Matrix
NONE
2SPK/1SPK
DTS, DTS 96/24 (3/2, 2/2)
2
* DTS 96/24 processing is not
applied. If you want to apply
the processing, set the EX/
ES setting to “OFF.”
DTS (3/1, 2/1)
Incoming Signal Type
Available Surround Mode
Analog/PCM/Dolby Digital (2/0)/DTS (2/0)
PL II MOVIE / PL II MUSIC / PRO LOGIC / NEO:6 CINMA / NEO:6 MUSIC
DVD MULTI
None
3D HEADPHONE Mode—3D H PHONE
You can also enjoy the Surround modes through the headphones.
If you press SURROUND when the front speakers 1 and 2 are both deactivated, 3D HEADPHONE mode (3D H PHONE) is activated
without respect to the type of software played back. “3D H PHONE” appears on the display and the DSP and HEADPHONE indicators
also light up.
*1 Virtual 6.1-channel surround
If you have connected (and activated) the surround speakers, you can use Virtual 6.1-channel surround when playing back Dolby Digital
EX or DTS-ES software without connecting the surround back speakers. This surround reallocates the surround back channel to the
surround speakers so that you can still feel the great surround effect from behind. The VIRTUAL SB (Surround Back) indicator lights up
on the display.
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Surround Modes Applicable to the Various Software
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Activating the Surround Modes
Activating the Surround Modes
Available Surround modes vary depending on the speaker settings
and the incoming signals. (See page 32.)
RX-7032V
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
Activating one of the Surround modes for a source automatically
recalls the memorized settings and adjustments (see pages 23 to
31.)
You can also use the buttons on the remote control for the same
functions.
Activating the EX/ES setting
For multi-channel digital software, you can activate the EX/ES (7.1channel) reproduction mode.
• Once you have set EX/ES (7.1-channel) reproduction mode, it is
stored in memory and will be called up whenever you activate the
Surround mode which the memorized EX/ES (7.1-channel)
reproduction mode can be applied to.
RX-7032V
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
1. Select and play any source other than “DVD
MULTI.”
• Make sure you have selected the analog or digital input mode.
• Surround modes are not valid for DVD MULTI playback
mode.
2. Press SURROUND to activate the Surround
mode.
• For multi-channel digital software (except 2-channel and
Dual Mono software), incoming signals are automatically
detected and the appropriate surround mode is activated (see
page 34 for details).
DIGITAL AUTO
L
C
R
SUBWFR LFE
LS
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
DIGITAL
RS
VOLUME
Press EX/ES to select an appropriate setting for your enjoyment.
The currently selected EX/ES (7.1-channel) reproduction mode
appears on the display.
• Each time you press the button, it changes as follows:
EX/ES AUTO*:
EX/ES ON*:
EX/ES OFF:
According to the incoming signal, an
appropriate Surround mode is applied.
• For Dolby Digital EX and DTS-ES,
EX/ES (7.1-channel) reproduction is
applied.
• For 5.1-channel (or less) encoded
software, 5.1-channel reproduction is
applied.
Ex. When “DOLBY D” is activated.
– If the EX/ES (7.1-channel) reproduction mode has been set
to “AUTO” or “ON,” one of the EX/ES (7.1-channel)
reproduction modes will be activated (see the left column).
• For analog sources and digital 2-channel software, you can
select one of the following Surround modes. Each time you
press SURROUND, Surround modes change as follows:
ANALOG
* If the surround back speakers are not connected or deactivated,
Virtual 6.1-channel surround is applied.
VOLUME
PL II MOVIE
PL II MUSIC
NEO:6MUSIC
L
35
NEO:6CINMA
DIGITAL AUTO
LINEAR PCM
DIGITAL
SPEAKERS 1
VOLUME
To adjust the speaker output level, see pages 30 and 31.
To cancel the Surround mode
Press SURROUND/DSP OFF (or SURR/DSP OFF on the remote
control). “SURR OFF” appears on the display.
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PRO LOGIC
• For Dual Mono software, you can select the channel you
listen to. (See page 27.)
SUBWFR
• When Surround mode is deactivated, pressing EX/ES will
activate an appropriate Surround mode for the current source.
• When an analog or digital 2-channel source is playing, you can
adjust the EX/ES (7.1-channel) reproduction mode and store
the setting, but it will not affect the current source.
• When the source is one to which the EX/ES (7.1-channel)
reproduction cannot be applied, you can adjust the setting and
store in memory, but reproduction channels will remain
unchanged.
PRO LOGIC
SPEAKERS 1
DUAL
Notes:
LINEAR PCM
SUBWFR
Select to apply EX/ES (7.1-channel)
reproduction to both 5.1-channel and 6.1channel encoded software.
Select to cancel the EX/ES (7.1-channel)
reproduction.
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This unit activates a variety of DSP modes automatically. The basic settings and adjustments stored (see pages 23 to
31) are applied automatically.
Reproducing the Sound Field
The sound heard in a concert hall, club, etc. consists of direct sound
and indirect sound—early reflections and reflections from behind.
Direct sounds reach the listener directly without any reflection. On
the other hand, indirect sounds are delayed by the distances of the
ceiling and walls. These direct sounds and indirect sounds are the
most important elements of the acoustic surround effects.
The DSP modes can create these important elements, and give you a
real “being there” feeling.
To use the DSP modes, press DSP so that the DSP modes change as
follows.
The DSP indicator also lights up on the display.
= HALL 1
= HALL 2
= LIVE CLUB
= DANCE CLUB
= PAVILION
= ALL STEREO
= THEATER 1
= THEATER 2
= MONO FILM
= (Back to the beginning)
: Suitable for audio sources
: Suitable for video sources
Reflections from
behind
Early reflections
DAP modes
You can use the following DAP modes in order to reproduce a more
acoustic sound field in your listening room.
HALL 1:
Reproduces the spatial feeling of a large
shoebox-shaped hall designed primarily for
classical concerts. (Its seating capacity is about
2000.)
HALL 2:
Reproduces the spatial feeling of a large
vineyard-shaped hall designed primarily for
classical concerts. (Its seating capacity is about
2000.)
LIVE CLUB:
Reproduces the spatial feeling of a live music
club with a low ceiling.
DANCE CLUB:
Reproduces the spatial feeling of a rocking
dance club.
PAVILION:
Reproduces the spatial feeling of an exhibition
hall with a high ceiling.
Reproduces the spatial feeling of a large theater
where the seating capacity is about 600.
Direct sounds
Introducing the DSP Modes
The DSP modes include the following modes—
• DAP (Digital Acoustic Processor) modes (HALL 1, HALL 2,
LIVE CLUB, DANCE CLUB, PAVILION, THEATER 1,
THEATER 2)
• ALL CH STEREO
• MONO FILM
THEATER 1*:
THEATER 2*:
3D HEADPHONE Mode
You can also enjoy the DSP effect (except All Channel Stereo
mode) through the headphones.
If you press DSP when the front speakers 1 and 2 are both
deactivated, 3D HEADPHONE mode is activated without
respect to the type of software played back.
“3D H PHONE” appears on the display and the DSP and
HEADPHONE indicators also light up.
Reproduces the spatial feeling of a small theater
where the seating capacity is about 300.
* The built-in Dolby Pro Logic II decoder is activated when playing
back 2-channel analog or digital source. The
indicator lights up.
When using the DAP mode, the sounds come out of all the
connected and activated speakers.
• If surround speakers are set to “NONE” in the speaker setting,
JVC’s original 3D-PHONIC processing (which has been
developed to create the surround effect through the front speakers
only) is used.
The 3D-PHONIC indicator lights up on the display.
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Using the DSP Modes
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ALL Channel Stereo mode
This mode can reproduce a larger stereo sound field using all the
connected (and activated) speakers. This mode cannot be used
without activating the surround speakers.
• If the front speakers are deactivated, “All Channel Stereo”
cannot be selected.
Activating the DSP Modes
Activating one of the DSP modes for a source automatically
recalls the memorized settings and adjustments (see pages 23 to
31.)
You can also use the buttons on the remote control for the same
functions.
RX-7032V
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
1. Select and play any sound source.
2. Press DSP repeatedly until the DSP mode you
want appears on the display.
Sound reproduced from normal stereo
• Each time you press the button, the DSP modes change as
follows:
DIGITAL AUTO
L
C
R
SUBWFR LFE
LS
LINEAR PCM
DSP
DIGITAL
SPEAKERS 1
RS
VOLUME
= HALL 1
= HALL 2
= LIVE CLUB
= DANCE CLUB = PAVILION
= ALL STEREO*
= THEATER 1
= MONO FILM**
= THEATER 2
= (Back to the beginning)
*
When surround speakers are set to “NONE,” you cannot
select “ALL STEREO.”
** When multi-channel signals come in, you cannot select
“MONO FILM.”
Note:
Sound reproduced from All Channel Stereo mode
When the surround speakers are deactivated, the 3D-PHONIC
processing is applied to the DSP modes (the 3D-PHONIC indicator
also lights up).
To cancel the DSP modes
Monaural Film
In order to reproduce a more acoustic sound field in your listening
room while viewing monaural sound video software (analog and 2channel digital signals), you can use this mode.
The surround effect will be added, and the sound localization of
actor’s words will be improved. This mode cannot be used for
multi-channel digital signals.
Press SURROUND/DSP OFF (or SURR/DSP OFF on the remote
control). “SURR OFF” appears on the display.
• When the front speakers are deactivated, “HEADPHONE” will
appear.
When “MONO FILM” is used, sounds come out of all the connected
(and activated) speakers.
• If incoming signals change from 2-channel digital signal to
another digital signal type, “MONO FILM” is canceled and an
appropriate Surround mode is activated.
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Using the DVD MULTI Playback Mode
This receiver provides the DVD MULTI playback mode for reproducing the analog discrete output mode of the DVD
player.
Activating the DVD MULTI Playback Mode
Connection diagram
RX-7032V
AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
COMPONENT VIDEO
DVD
IN
SUBWOOFER
CENTER
RIGHT
1. Press DVD MULTI so that “DVD MULTI”
appears on the display.
VIDEO
AUDIO
VIDEO
LEFT
S-VIDEO
DVD
IN
DVD
IN
The MULTI indicator also lights up.
FRONT
ANALOG
L
C
R
MULTI
LINEAR PCM
SPEAKERS 1
SUBWFR LFE
SURR
(REAR)
LS
R
R
RS
L
VOLUME
L
Note:
When you select “DVD MULTI” as the source to play, the Surround
and DSP modes are canceled, and the SURROUND and DSP
buttons do not work.
DVD player
2. Select the analog discrete output mode on the
DVD player, and start playing a DVD.
DVD
• Refer also to the manual supplied with the DVD player.
A
B
You can adjust Digital Equalization patterns and speaker output
levels. See page 30 for details.
C
D
E
Å
ı
Ç
Î
‰
Ï
Ì
F
G
To component video output
To subwoofer output
To center channel audio output
To S-video output
To composite video output
To left/right front channel audio output
To left/right surround channel audio output
Notes:
• Midnight Mode is not available for DVD MULTI playback mode (see
page 18).
• When using the headphones, you can listen to the front channels
(left and right) only.
Note:
When connecting a DVD player to the component video input
jacks, make the component video input setting correctly. See
page 28 for details.
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COMPU LINK Remote Control System
The COMPU LINK remote control system allows you to operate JVC’s audio components through the remote sensor on
the receiver.
To use this remote control system, you need to connect JVC’s audio
components through the COMPU LINK (SYNCHRO) jacks (see
below) in addition to the connections using cables with RCA pin
plugs (see page 10).
• Make sure that the AC power cords of these components are
unplugged before connection. Plug the AC power cords only after
all connections are complete.
CD player
Cassette deck
or
CD recorder
COMPU LINK-4
(SYNCHRO)
Automatic Source Selection
When you press the play (3
3) button on a connected component or
on its own remote control, the receiver automatically turns on and
changes the source to the component. On the other hand, if you
select a new source on the receiver or on the remote control, the
selected component begins playing immediately.
In both cases, the previously selected source continues playing
without sound for a few seconds.
• You cannot use the COMPU LINK remote control system to
operate the MD recorder.
Automatic Power On/Off (Standby)—only possible with
the COMPU LINK-3 and COMPU LINK-4
The connected components turn on and off (standby) along with the
receiver.
When you turn on the receiver, one of the connected components
will turn on automatically, depending on which component has been
previously selected.
When you turn off the receiver, the connected components will turn
off (standby).
Synchronized Recording
Synchronized recording means the cassette deck starts recording as
soon as a CD begins playing.
To use synchronized recording, follow these steps:
1. Put a tape in the cassette deck , and a disc in the
CD player.
Notes:
• There are four versions of COMPU LINK remote control system.
This receiver is equipped with the fourth version—COMPU LINK-4.
This version is added systematic operations with the CD recorder to
the previous version—COMPU LINK-3.
• If your audio component has two COMPU LINK jacks, you can use
either one. If it has only one COMPU LINK jack, connect it so that it
is the last item in the series of components.
• To operate the target component using the COMPU LINK remote
control system, set the source name correctly if required.
(See page 19.)
• Refer also to the manuals supplied with your audio components.
This remote control system allows you to use four functions listed
below.
2. Press the record (¶) button and the pause (8)
button on the cassette deck at the same time.
This puts the cassette deck into recording pause.
If you do not press the record (¶) button and pause (8) button at
the same time, the synchronized recording feature will not
operate.
3. Press the play (3) button on the CD player.
The source changes on the receiver, and as soon as play starts,
the cassette deck starts recording. When the play ends, the
cassette deck enters recording pause, and stops about 4 seconds
later.
Notes:
Remote Control through the Remote Sensor on the
Receiver
You can control the connected audio components through the remote
sensor on the receiver using this remote control. Aim the remote
control directly at the remote sensor on the receiver. For details,
see pages 42 and 43.
• During synchronized recording, the selected source cannot be
changed.
• If the power of any component is shut off during synchronized
recording, the COMPU LINK remote control system may not
operate properly. In this case, you must start again from the
beginning.
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The AV COMPU LINK remote control system allows you to operate JVC’s video components (TV, VCR, and DVD player)
through the receiver.
This receiver is equipped with the AV COMPU LINK-III, which adds a function to the previous version in order to operate JVC’s video
components through the video components terminals. To use this remote control system, connect the video components you want to operate,
following the diagrams below and the procedure on the next page.
CONNECTIONS 1: AV COMPU LINK Connection
VCR
DVD player
TV
AV
COMPULINK-
VHS
DVD
CAUTION:
AV
COMPU LINK
AV
COMPU LINK
AV
COMPU LINK EX
AV
COMPU LINK-ΙΙΙ
You can only connect to the TV
with the AV COMPU LINK EX or
AV COMPU LINK-III jack.
DO NOT connect to the TV with
AV COMPU LINK RECEIVER/
AMP jack.
IMPORTANT:
The AV COMPU LINK remote control system cannot control the DBS tuner.
Notes:
• When connecting the receiver and a TV with the AV COMPU LINK EX terminal by using a component video cable, you cannot use automatic
selection of TV’s input mode (see page 41).
• When connecting only the VCR or DVD player to this receiver, connect it directly to the receiver using cables with the monaural mini-plugs.
CONNECTIONS 2: Video Cable Connection
This receiver is equipped with three types of the video terminals—S-video, composite video, and component video, and the signals coming
into this receiver through one type of video jacks can output only through the jack of the same type. So you need to connect the VCR and/or
DVD player to the TV using one of the following three ways:
• When using the AV COMPU LINK remote control system, set the component video input for the DVD player and the DBS tuner
correctly (see “Setting the Component Video Input” on page 28); otherwise, the correct input for this receiver will not be selected on the
TV.
CASE 1
When connecting the source equipment to the receiver through the S-video jacks, connect this receiver
to the TV’s Video Input 1 jack using S-video cables.
Source
equipment
RX-7032VSL
S-video cord
TV
S-video cord
To Video Input 1
CASE 2
When connecting the source equipment to the receiver through the composite video jacks, connect
this receiver to the TV’s Video Input 2 jack (composite video input) using composite video cables.
Source
equipment
CASE 3
RX-7032VSL
Composite
video cord
TV
Composite
video cord
To Video Input 2
When connecting the source equipment to the receiver through the component video jacks, connect
this receiver to the TV’s Video Input 2 jack (component video input) using component video cables.
Source
equipment
RX-7032VSL
Component
video cord
TV
Component
video cord
To Video Input 2
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AV COMPU LINK Remote Control System
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1. If you have already plugged your VCR , DVD
player, TV and this receiver into the AC outlets,
unplug their AC power cords first.
2. Connect your VCR, DVD player, TV and this
receiver, using the cables with the monaural miniplugs (not supplied).
• See “CONNECTIONS 1” on the previous page.
3. Connect the audio input/output jacks on VCR,
DVD player, TV and this receiver using the cables
with RCA pin plugs.
• See pages 12 and 13.
4. Connect the video input/output jacks on VCR,
DVD player, TV and this receiver, using the
cables with RCA pin plugs, S-video plug or
component video plugs.
• See “CONNECTIONS 2” on the previous page.
5. Plug the AC power cords of the components and
the receiver into the AC outlets.
6. When turning on the TV for the first time after
the AV COMPU LINK connection, turn the TV
volume to the minimum using the TV volume
control on the TV.
7. Turn on the connected components first, then
turn on this receiver.
• When turning on the VCR, use the remote control supplied
with this receiver.
The AV COMPU LINK remote control system allows you to use the
five basic functions listed below.
Remote Control of the TV, DVD player, and VCR Using
This Remote Control
See page 44 for details.
• Aim the remote control directly at the remote sensor on each
target component.
One-Touch DVD Play
Simply by starting playback on the DVD player, you can enjoy the
DVD playback without setting other switches manually.
• When the DVD player is connected through the analog input jacks
on this receiver (and analog input is selected), the receiver
automatically turns on and changes the source to “DVD” or
“DVD MULTI.”
• When the DVD player is connected through the digital input
terminal on this receiver (and digital input is selected), the
receiver automatically turns on and changes the source to “DVD.”
The TV automatically turns on and changes the input mode to the
appropriate position so that you can view the playback picture.
Automatic Selection of TV’s Input Mode
• When you select “TV” as the source to play on the receiver, the
TV automatically changes the input mode to the TV tuner so that
you can watch TV.
• When you select any other video source other than “TV” as the
source to play on the receiver, the TV automatically changes the
input mode to the appropriate position (either Video Input 1 or
Video Input 2) so that you can view the playback picture.
Notes:
• When you select “TV” as the source on the receiver, you cannot see
the menu on the TV screen since the AV COMPU LINK remote
control system automatically changes the TV’s input mode to the
TV tuner.
• This function does not work when you connect this receiver and the
TV with the AV COMPU LINK EX terminal using a component video
cable. In this case, reconnect the TV referring to case 1 or case 2 on
page 40.
Automatic Power On/Off
The TV, VCR, and DVD player turn on and off along with the
receiver.
When you turn on the receiver;
• If the previously selected source is “VCR”, the TV and VCR will
turn on automatically.
• If the previously selected source is “DVD” or “DVD MULTI,” the
TV and DVD player will turn on automatically.
• If the previously selected source is any video source other than the
above, only the TV will turn on automatically.
When you turn off the receiver, the TV, VCR and the DVD player
will turn off.
One-Touch Video Play
Note:
Simply by inserting a video cassette without its safety tab into the
VCR, you can enjoy the video playback without setting other
switches manually. The receiver automatically turns on and changes
the source to “VCR.”
The TV automatically turns on and changes the input mode to the
appropriate position so that you can view the playback picture.
When you insert a video cassette with its safety tab, press the play
3) button on the VCR or on the remote control. So, you can get the
(3
same result.
If you turn off the receiver while recording on the VCR, the VCR will
not turn off, but continue recording.
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You can operate JVC’s audio and video components with this receiver’s remote control, since control signals for JVC’s
components are preset in the remote control.
Operating Audio Components
Sound control section (Amplifier)
You can always perform the following operations:
IMPORTANT:
To operate JVC’s audio components using the supplied remote
control:
• You need to connect JVC’s audio components through the
COMPU LINK (SYNCHRO) jacks (see page 39) in addition to
the connections using cables with RCA pin plugs (see page 10).
• Aim the remote control directly at the remote sensor on the
receiver.
• If you use the buttons on the front panel to choose a source, the
remote control will not operate that source. To operate a source
with the remote control, the source must be selected using source
selection buttons on the remote control.
• To operate the target component using the COMPU LINK remote
control system, set the source name correctly if required. (See
page 19.)
• Refer also to the manuals supplied with your components.
Tuner
You can always perform the following operations:
FM/AM:
Alternate between FM and AM.
After pressing FM/AM, you can perform the following operations
on a tuner:
1 – 10/0, +10: Select a preset channel number directly.
For channel number 5, press 5.
For channel number 15, press +10, then 5.
For channel number 20, press +10, then 10/0.
TUNING UP/DOWN:
Tune into stations.
FM MODE:
Change the FM reception mode.
SURROUND:
Turn on and select Surround modes
DSP:
Turn on and select DSP modes.
SURR/DSP OFF: Turn off Surround and DSP modes.
After pressing SOUND, you can perform the following operations:
FRONT•L then LEVEL +/–: Adjust the left front speaker output
level.
FRONT•R then LEVEL +/–: Adjust the right front speaker output
level.
CENTER then LEVEL +/–: Adjust the center speaker output level.
SURR•L then LEVEL +/–:
Adjust the left surround speaker
output level.
SURR•R then LEVEL +/–: Adjust the right surround speaker
output level.
SURR BACK then LEVEL +/–:
Adjust the surround back speaker
output level.
SUBWOOFER then LEVEL +/–:
Adjust the subwoofer output level.
DIGITAL EQ then LEVEL+/–: Select the sound frequency bands
and adjust its level.
TEST:
Turn on or off test tone output.
BASS BOOST:
Turn on or off Bass Boost.
Note:
After adjusting sounds, press the corresponding source selection
button to operate your target source by using the 10 keys; otherwise,
the 10 keys cannot be used for operating your target source.
CD player
After pressing CD, you can perform the following operations on a
CD player:
3:
4:
Start playing.
Return to the beginning of the current (or previous)
track.
¢:
Skip to the beginning of the next track.
7:
Stop playing.
8:
Pause playing. To resume, press 3.
1 – 10/0, +10:
Select a track number directly.
For track number 5, press 5.
For track number 15, press +10, then 5.
For track number 20, press +10, then 10/0.
For track number 30, press +10, +10, then 10/0.
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Operating JVC’s Audio/Video Components
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CD changer
CD recorder
After pressing CD DISC, you can perform the following operations
on a CD changer:
3:
4:
Start playing.
Return to the beginning of the current (or previous)
track.
¢:
Skip to the beginning of the next track.
7:
Stop playing or recording.
8:
Pause playing. To resume, press 3.
1 – 6, 7/P:
Select the number of a disc installed in a CD
changer.
After pressing CD, you can perform the following operations on a
CD changer:
1 – 10/0, +10: Select a track number directly.
For track number 5, press 5.
For track number 15, press +10, then 5.
For track number 20, press +10, then 10/0.
For track number 30, press +10, +10, then 10/0.
Example:
• Selecting disc number 4, track number 12, and starting playback.
1. Press CD DISC, then press 4.
2. Press CD, then press +10, 2.
If your CD changer is of 200-disc loading capability (except for
XL-MC100 and XL-MC301),
you can do the following operations using the 10 keys after pressing
CD.
1. Select a disc number.
2. Then select a track number (always enter two digits).
3. Start playback.
Examples:
• Selecting disc number 3, track number 2, and starting playback.
Press 3, then, 0, 2, then 3.
• Selecting disc number 10, track number 5, and starting playback.
Press 1, 0, then, 0, 5, then 3.
• Selecting disc number 105, track number 12, and starting
playback. Press 1, 0, 5, then 1, 2, then 3.
After pressing TAPE/CDR (or TAPE/CDR CONTROL), you can
perform the following operations on a CD recorder:
3:
4:
Start playing.
Return to the beginning of the current (or previous)
track.
¢:
Skip to the beginning of the next track.
7:
Stop playing or recording.
8:
Pause playing. To resume, press 3.
1 – 10/0, +10: Select a track number directly.
For track number 5, press 5.
For track number 15, press +10, then 5.
For track number 20, press +10, then 10/0.
For track number 30, press +10, +10, then 10/0.
REC PAUSE: Enter recording pause by pressing this button.
To start recording again, press this button then 3.
Cassette deck
After pressing TAPE/CDR (or TAPE/CDR CONTROL), you can
perform the following operations on a cassette deck:
3:
REW:
FF:
7:
8:
REC PAUSE:
Start playing.
Fast wind the tape from right to left.
Fast wind the tape from left to right.
Stop playing or recording.
Pause playing. To resume, press 3.
Enter recording pause by pressing this button.
To start recording again, press this button then 3.
Note:
You can use either the TAPE/CDR or the TAPE/CDR CONTROL
button to activate the buttons for the target source. If you press the
TAPE/CDR button, the playing source also changes. On the other
hand, pressing the TAPE/CDR CONTROL button does not change the
playing source.
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DVD player
After pressing DVD or DVD MULTI, you can perform the following
operations on a DVD player:
IMPORTANT:
To operate JVC’s video components using the supplied remote
control:
• You need to connect JVC’s video components through the AV
COMPU LINK jacks (see page 39) in addition to the connections
using cables with RCA pin plugs (see pages 11 and 12).
• Some JVC’s VCRs can accept two types of the control signals—
remote code “A” and “B.” Before using this remote control, make
sure that the remote control code of the target VCR is set to code
“A.”
• When using the remote control, aim the remote control directly at
the remote sensor on each component, not on the receiver.
3:
4:
¢:
7:
8:
Start playing.
Return to the beginning of the current (or previous) chapter.
Skip to the beginning of the next chapter.
Stop playing.
Pause playing. To resume, press 3.
After pressing DVD or DVD MULTI,
these buttons can be used for the DVD
menu operations.
You can always perform the following operations:
VCR
:
CH +/–:
5
6
ENTER
For detailed menu operations, refer to the
instructions supplied with the discs or the
DVD player.
8
Turn on or off a VCR.
After pressing VCR (or VCR CONTROL), you can perform the
following operations on a VCR:
1 – 9, 0:
3:
REW:
FF:
7:
8:
REC PAUSE:
3
MENU
4
Note:
VCR
2
Select the TV channels on a VCR.
Start playing.
Rewind a tape.
Fast wind a tape.
Stop playing or recording.
Pause playing. To resume, press 3.
Enter recording pause by pressing this button.
To start recording again, press this button then 3.
Change the TV channels on the VCR.
Note:
TV
You can always perform the following operations:
TV
:
TV VOL +/–:
TV/VIDEO:
Turn on or off the TV.
Adjust the volume.
Set the input mode (either TV or VIDEO).
After pressing TV/DBS, you can perform the following operations
on a TV:
CH +/–:
Change the channels.
1 – 9, 0, 100+: Select the channels.
RETURN:
Alternate between the previously selected channel
and the current channel.
You can use either the VCR or the VCR CONTROL button to activate
the buttons listed above. If you press the VCR button, the playing
source also changes. On the other hand, pressing the VCR
CONTROL button does not change the playing source.
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Operating Video Components
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Operating Other Manufacturers’ Video Equipment
This remote control supplied with the receiver can transmit control signals for other manufacturers’ TVs, CATV
converters, DBS tuners, VCRs and DVD players.
When operating the other manufacturers’ components, refer also to
the manuals supplied with them.
• After replacing batteries for the remote control, you need to set
the manufactures’ codes again.
To change the transmittable signals for
operating another manufacturer’s TV
1. Press and hold TV
.
2. Press TV/DBS.
3. Enter a manufacturer’s code using buttons 1 – 9,
and 0.
See the list on the right column to find the code.
4. Release TV
.
The following buttons can be used for operating a TV:
TV
:
TV VOL +/–:
TV/VIDEO:
Turn on and off the TV.
Adjust the volume.
Set the input mode (either TV or VIDEO).
After pressing TV/DBS, you can perform the following
operations on a TV:
CH +/–:
Change the channels.
1 – 10/0, 0, 100+ (+10):
Select the channels.
The 10/0 button will function as the ENTER
button if your TV requires pressing ENTER
after selecting a channel number.
For TV
Manufacturer
JVC
Akai
Blaupunkt
Fisher
Grundig
Hitachi
Irradio
ITT/NOKIA
Loewe
Magnavox
Mets
Mitsubishi
Mivar
Nordmende
Okano
Panasonic
Philips
Codes
00*, 02, 13,
14, 47, 74
01, 02
03, 04
01, 05
03, 06, 07
08, 09, 10, 49
02
11, 12
06, 15, 16
08, 17, 49
50, 51, 52, 53
08, 18, 19, 20
21
22, 23
15
24, 25, 26, 27
76
15, 17, 28, 75
.
When your TV turns on or off, you have entered the correct
code.
If there are more than one code listed for your brand of TV,
try each one until the correct one is entered.
45
45
RCA/
Proscan
SABA
Samsung
Sanyo
Schneider
Sharp
Sony
Telefunken
Thomson
Toshiba
Zenith
52, 53, 54, 55,
56, 57, 58, 59,
60, 61, 62, 63,
64, 65, 66, 67
08, 24, 29, 30,
31, 48
32, 33, 68, 69,
70
06, 08, 16, 34,
35, 49
01, 05
02, 15, 36
37, 38, 77
39
40, 41, 42, 69
71, 72
37, 43, 44
45, 46
Manufacturers’ codes are subject to change without notice. If they
are changed, this remote control cannot operate the equipment.
• All the functions listed above may not be assigned to the
buttons for some TVs.
• If you cannot change the channels of some TVs by pressing
10 keys, press CH +/– for changing the channels.
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Codes
*Initial setting
Notes:
5. Try to operate your TV by pressing TV
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1. Press and hold CATV/DBS
.
2. Press CATV/DBS CONTROL.
3 Enter a manufacturer’s code using buttons 1 – 9,
and 0.
See the list on the right column to find the code.
4. Release CATV/DBS
.
The following buttons can be used for operating a CATV
converter and DBS tuner:
CATV/DBS
:
Turn on and off a CATV converter or DBS
tuner.
After pressing CATV/DBS CONTROL, you can perform the
following operations on a CATV converter or DBS tuner:
CH +/–:
Change the channels.
1 – 10/0, 0, 100+ (+10):
Select the channels.
The 10/0 button will function as the ENTER
button if your equipment requires pressing
ENTER after selecting a channel number.
5. Try to operate your CATV converter or DBS
tuner by pressing CATV/DBS .
When your CATV converter or DBS tuner turns on or off, you
have entered the correct code.
If there are more than one code listed for your brand of
CATV converter or DBS tuner, try each one until the correct
one is entered.
Note:
You cannot preset the signals for both the CATV converter and DBS
tuner at the same time.
English
To change the transmittable signals for
operating a CATV converter or DBS tuner
For DBS tuner
Manufacturer
JVC
Amstrad
Blaupunkt
Echostar
Goldstar
Grundig
Hirshmann
Instrument
ITT/NOKIA
Kathrein
NEC
Orbitech
Philips
RCA
Samsung
Schwaiger
Siemens
Sony
Technisat
Codes
56*, 57, 67
43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49
30
50, 51, 67
31
32, 33
48, 52, 53, 54, 55
68
34
52, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63
35, 36
48
37, 38
65
39, 40
61, 64
41, 42
66
48
*Initial setting
For CATV converter
Manufacturer
General Instrument
Hamlin/Regal
Jerrold
Oak
Panasonic
Pioneer
Scientific Atlanta
Tocom
Zenith
Codes
06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11,
12, 13, 14, 29
01, 02, 03, 04, 05
06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11,
12, 13, 14
15, 16, 17
18, 19, 20
21, 22
23, 24, 25
26
27, 28
Manufacturers’ codes are subject to change without notice. If they
are changed, this remote control cannot operate the equipment.
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To change the transmittable signals for
operating another manufacturer’s VCR
For VCR
1. Press and hold VCR .
2. Press VCR.
3. Enter manufacturer’s code using buttons 1–9,
and 0.
See the list on the right column to find the code.
4. Release VCR
.
The following buttons can be used for operating a VCR:
VCR
:
Turn on and off a VCR.
After pressing VCR, you can perform the following operations
on a VCR:
CH +/–:
Change the TV channels on a VCR.
1 – 10/0, 0, 100+ (+10):
Select the TV channels.
The 10/0 button will function as the ENTER
button if your VCR requires pressing ENTER
after selecting a channel number.
3:
Start playback.
REW:
Rewind a tape.
FF:
Fast wind a tape.
7:
Stop playing or recording.
8:
Pause playing. To resume, press 3.
REC PAUSE: Enter recording pause by pressing this button.
To start recording again, press this button
then 3.
5. Try to operate your VCR by pressing VCR
.
When your VCR turns on or off, you have entered the correct
code.
If there are more than one code listed for your brand of
VCR, try each one until the correct one is entered.
Manufacturer
JVC
Aiwa
Bell & Howell
Blaupunkt
CGM
Emerson
Fisher
Funai
GE
Goldstar
Goodmans
Grundig
Hitachi
Loewe
Magnavox
Mitsubishi
NEC
Nokia
Nordmende
Orion
Panasonic
Philips
Phonola
RCA/Proscan
SABA
Samsung
Sanyo
Sharp
Siemens
Sony
Telefunken
Toshiba
Zenith
Codes
00*, 26, 27, 28, 29, 58
01, 02
03
04, 05
06, 07
08, 10, 11, 12, 64, 65
03, 14, 15, 16, 17
01
18, 19, 20
07
13, 21
06, 22
18, 23, 24, 25, 66
07, 21
04, 19, 24
30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35
26, 27
03, 36
38
09
19, 24, 39, 40
04, 19, 21, 24, 41, 42
21
04, 18, 19, 23, 24, 43, 44, 45
38, 46
45, 47, 59, 61, 62, 63
03, 48, 49
37, 50
03, 51
52, 53, 54
55, 60
43, 44
56, 57
*Initial setting
Manufacturers’ codes are subject to change without notice. If they
are changed, this remote control cannot operate the equipment.
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1. Press and hold AUDIO
2 Press DVD.
3. Enter a manufacturer’s code using buttons 1–9,
and 0.
See the list on the right column to find the code.
4. Release AUDIO
.
After pressing DVD or DVD MULTI, you can perform the
following operations on a DVD player:
3:
4:
¢:
7:
8:
For DVD player
Manufacturer
.
Start playing.
Return to the beginning of the current (or previous)
chapter.
Skip to the beginning of the next chapter.
Stop playing.
Pause playing. To resume, press 3.
After pressing DVD or DVD MULTI,
these buttons can be used for the DVD
menu operations.
2
English
To change the transmittable signals for
operating another manufacturer’s DVD player
JVC
Denon
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
RCA
Samsung
Sony
Toshiba
Yamaha
Codes
00*, 02
01
03
13
04, 05, 06
07
08
09
10
11, 12
*Initial setting
Manufacturers’ codes are subject to change without notice. If they
are changed, this remote control cannot operate the equipment.
3
MENU
4
5
Note:
6
ENTER
For detailed menu operations, refer to the
instructions supplied with the discs or the
DVD player.
8
5. Try to operate your DVD player by pressing one
of the above buttons.
• DO NOT forget to turn on a DVD player before pressing one
of the above buttons.
If there are more than one code listed for your brand of
DVD, try each one until the correct one is entered.
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Troubleshooting
Use this chart to help you solve daily operational problems. If there is any problem you cannot solve, contact your JVC’s
service center.
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
The display does not light up.
The power cord is not plugged in.
Plug the power cord into an AC outlet.
No sound from speakers.
Speaker signal cables are not connected.
Check speaker wiring and reconnect if necessary. (See
pages 9 and 10.)
The SPEAKERS ON/OFF 1 and
SPEAKERS ON/OFF 2 buttons are not
set correctly.
Press SPEAKERS ON/OFF 1 and SPEAKERS ON/
OFF 2 correctly. (See page 17.)
An incorrect source is selected.
Select the correct source.
Muting is activated.
Press MUTING to cancel the mute. (See page 20.)
An incorrect input mode (analog or
digital) is selected.
Select the correct input mode (analog or digital). (See
page 17.)
Sound from one speaker only.
Speaker signal cables are not connected
properly.
Check speaker wiring and reconnect if necessary. (See
pages 9 and 10.)
Continuous hiss or buzzing during FM
reception.
Incoming signal is too weak.
Connect an outdoor FM antenna or contact your
dealer. (See page 8.)
The station is too far away.
Select a new station.
An incorrect antenna is used.
Check with your dealer to be sure you have the correct
antenna.
Antennas are not connected properly.
Check connections. (See page 8.)
Ignition noise from automobiles.
Move the antenna farther from automobile traffic.
No sound effect such as Surround mode,
DSP mode and Digital Equalization.
Analog Direct is turned on.
Turn off Analog Direct. (See page 19.)
DVD MULTI is selected as the source.
Select the source other than DVD MULTI.
EX/ES (7.1-channel) reproduction cannot
be done for Dolby Digital EX or DTS ES
software.
Software or setting is not for Dolby
Digital EX or DTS ES software.
or
Play back software bearing the mark
.
Set “EX/ES” setting to “ON.” (See page 35.)
“OVERLOAD” starts flashing on the
display.
Speakers are overloaded because of high
volume.
1. Press
STANDBY/ON on the front panel to
turn off the receiver.
2. Stop the playback source.
3. Turn on the receiver again, and adjust the volume.
Speakers are overloaded because of
short circuit of speaker terminals.
STANDBY/ON on the front panel to turn off
Press
the receiver, then check the speaker wiring.
If “OVERLOAD” does not disappear, unplug the AC
power cord, then plug it back again.
If speaker wiring is not short-circuited, contact your
dealer.
The STANDBY lamp lights up after
turning on the power, and soon the
receiver turns off again (into standby
mode).
The receiver is overloaded because of a
high voltage.
Press
STANDBY/ON on the front panel to turn off
the receiver. After unplugging the AC power cord,
consult your dealer.
Remote control does not work.
There is an obstruction between the
remote sensor on the receiver and the
remote control.
Remove the obstruction.
Batteries are weak.
Replace batteries. (See page 7.)
An incorrect remote control operation
mode is selected.
Select the correct remote control operation mode. (See
pages 42 to 48.)
Noise is heard during FM/AM reception.
Remote control does not work as you
intend.
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Amplifier
Output Power
At Stereo operation
Front ch:
100 W* per channel, min. RMS, driven into 8 Ω,
1 kHz, with no more than 0.8% total harmonic
distortion. (IEC268-3/DIN)
At Surround operation:
Front ch:
100 W* per channel, min. RMS, driven into 8 Ω at
1 kHz, with no more than 0.8% total harmonic
distortion.
Center ch:
100 W*, min. RMS, driven into 8 Ω at 1 kHz, with
no more than 0.8% total harmonic distortion.
Surround ch: 100 W* per channel, min. RMS, driven into 8 Ω at
1 kHz, with no more than 0.8% total harmonic
distortion.
Surround Back ch:
100 W*, min. RMS, driven into 8 Ω at 1 kHz, with
no more than 0.8% total harmonic distortion.
(* Measured on AC 110 V, 127 V, 220 V and 240 V)
Audio
Audio Input Sensitivity/Impedance (1 kHz)
DVD IN, VCR IN, TV SOUND/DBS IN:
200 mV/47 kΩ
CD IN, TAPE/CDR IN:
200 mV/47 kΩ
Audio Input (DIGITAL IN)*
Coaxial:DIGITAL 1 (DVD):
0.5 V(p-p)/75 Ω
Optical:DIGITAL 2 (CD), DIGITAL 3 (TV), DIGITAL 4 (CDR):
–21 dBm to –15 dBm (660 nm ±30 nm)
* Corresponding to Linear PCM, Dolby Digital, and DTS Digital
Surround (with sampling frequency — 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz).
Audio Output Level:
SUBWOOFER OUT:
1V
Recording Output Level: VCR OUT, TAPE/CDR OUT:
200 mV
Digital output:
Optical: DIGITAL OUT
Signal wave length:
660 nm
Output level: –21 dBm to –15 dBm
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (’66 IHF/DIN)
DVD IN, VCR IN, TV SOUND/DBS IN:
87 dB/67 dB
CD IN, TAPE/CDR IN:
87 dB/67 dB
Frequency Response (8 Ω)
DVD IN, VCR IN, TV SOUND/DBS IN:
20 Hz to 100 kHz (+1 dB, –3 dB)
CD IN, TAPE/CDR IN:
20 Hz to 100 kHz (+1 dB, –3 dB)
Equalization (5 bands):
63 Hz, 250 Hz, 1 kHz, 4 kHz, 16 kHz (±8 dB)
Bass boost:
+6 dB ±1.0 dB at 100 Hz
Video
Video Input Sensitivity/Impedance
Composite video: DVD IN, VCR IN, TV SOUND/DBS IN:
1 V(p-p)/75 Ω
S-video: DVD IN, VCR IN, TV SOUND/DBS IN:
(Y: luminance):
1 V(p-p)/75 Ω
(C: chrominance, burst): 0.286 V(p-p)/75 Ω
Component video: DVD IN, DBS IN:
(Y: luminance):
1 V(p-p)/75 Ω
0.7 V(p-p)/75 Ω
(PB/PR):
Video Output Level
Composite video: VCR OUT, MONITOR OUT:
1 V(p-p)/75 Ω
S-video: VCR OUT, MONITOR OUT:
(Y: luminance):
1 V(p-p)/75 Ω
(C: chrominance, burst): 0.286 V(p-p)/75 Ω
Component video: MONITOR OUT
(Y: luminance):
1 V(p-p)/75 Ω
0.7 V(p-p)/75 Ω
(PB/PR):
Synchronization:
Negative
Signal-to-Noise Ratio:
45 dB
FM tuner (IHF)
Tuning Range:
Usable Sensitivity:
Monaural:
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity: Monaural:
Stereo:
Stereo Separation at REC OUT:
87.50 MHz to 108.00 MHz
12.8 dBf (1.2 µV/75 Ω)
16.0 dBf (1.7 µV/75 Ω)
37.5 dBf (20.5 µV/75 Ω)
35 dB at 1 kHz
AM tuner
Tuning Range:
531 kHz to 1 602 kHz (at 9 kHz intervals)
530 kHz to 1 600 kHz (at 10 kHz intervals)
General
Power Requirements:
AC 110 V/127 V/220 V/230 V – 240 V
,
adjustable with the voltage selector, 50 Hz/60 Hz
Power Consumption:
250 W (at operation)
4.5 W (in standby mode)
Dimensions (W x H x D):
435 mm x 157 mm x 425 mm
Mass:
12.2 kg
Designs & specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Specifications
Mains (AC) Line Instruction (not applicable for Europe, U.S.A., Canada, Australia
and U.K.)
Instrucción sobre la línea de la red (CA) (no aplicable para Europa, EE.UU.,
Canadá, Australia, ni el Reino Unido)
Instrução sobre a tensão da rede eléctrica (CA) (não aplicável para a Europa, os
E.U.A., o Canadá, a Austrália e o Reino Unido)
110V
220V
127V
230 - 240V
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
110V
220V
127V
230 - 240V
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
CAUTION for mains (AC) line
BEFORE PLUGGING IN, do check that your mains (AC)
line voltage corresponds with the position of the voltage
selector switch provided on the outside of this equipment
and, if different, reset the voltage selector switch, to
prevent from a damage or risk of fire/electric shock.
PRECAUÇÃO para a ligação à tensão da rede (CA)
ANTES DE LIGAR O APARELHO A UMA TOMADA DA
REDE, verifique se a tensão da rede CA corresponde à posição
do selector de voltagem localizado na parte externa deste
equipamento. Caso não corresponda, reajuste o selector de
voltagem a fim de evitar avarias ou riscos de incêndio e choque
eléctrico.
PRECAUCIÓN para la línea de la red (CA)
ANTES DE ENCHUFAR EL EQUIPO, compruebe si la
tensión de la línea de la red (CA) corresponde con la posición
del selector de tensión situado en la parte exterior del equipo,
y si es diferente, reajuste el selector de tensión para evitar el
riesgo de incendios/ descargas eléctricas.
VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LIMITED
EN, SP, PR, CS
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