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AVR-S500BT
AV SURROUND RECEIVER
Owner’s Manual
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Accessories
Inserting the batteries
Operating range of the remote control unit
Features
High quality sound
High performance
Easy operation
Part names and functions
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Connecting a playback device
Connecting a DVD player or Blu-ray Disc player
Connecting a set-top box (Satellite tuner/cable TV)
Connecting a video camcorder or game console
Connecting a USB memory device to the USB port
Connecting an FM/AM antenna
Connecting the power cord
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29
30
31
32
33
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Playback
Basic operation
Turning the power on
Selecting the input source
Adjusting the volume
Turning off the sound temporarily (Muting)
Playback a DVD player/Blu-ray Disc player
Playing a USB memory device
Playing files stored on USB memory devices
Listening to music on a Bluetooth device
Pairing with a Bluetooth device
Playing a Bluetooth device
Pairing with the Pairing Mode
Connections
Connecting speakers
Speaker installation
Speaker connection
Standard speaker configuration and connection
Connecting a TV
Connection 1 : TV equipped with an HDMI connector
Connection 2 : TV equipped without an HDMI connector
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Connections
Playback
Listening to FM/AM broadcasts
Listening to FM/AM broadcasts
Tuning in to stations and presetting them automatically (Auto
Preset)
Presetting the current broadcast station (Preset Memory)
Listening to preset stations
Skipping preset broadcast stations (Preset Skip)
Cancelling Preset Skip
Convenience functions
Performing repeat playback (Repeat)
Performing random playback (Random)
Adjusting the tone (Tone)
Optimizing the night time listening volume (Night Mode)
Displaying your desired video during audio playback (Video
Select)
Selecting a sound mode
Selecting a sound mode
Adjusting the volume of each channel to match the input
source (Ch Level Adjust)
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60
61
62
62
Sleep timer function
Using the sleep timer
Quick select plus function
Calling up the settings
Changing the settings
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48
48
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50
51
51
52
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Settings
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66
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73
73
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75
75
75
76
Menu map
Menu operations
Audio
Surr.Parameter
Restorer
Audio Delay
Volume
Room EQ
Video
HDMI Audio Out
HDMI PassThrough
Pass Source
Inputs
Input Assign
Source Level
Input Select
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Speakers
Auto Setup
Procedure for speaker settings (Auto Setup)
Error messages
Manual Setup
Speaker Config.
Distances
Levels
Crossovers
Bass
General
Language
ECO
Front Display
Firmware
Setup Lock
Checking the information
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Settings
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92
103
Tips
Troubleshooting
Resetting factory settings
Appendix
About HDMI
Playing back a USB memory devices
Playing back a Bluetooth device
Personal memory plus function
Last function memory
Sound modes and channel output
Sound modes and surround parameters
Types of input signals, and corresponding sound modes
Explanation of terms
Trademark information
Specifications
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Thank you for purchasing this Denon product.
To ensure proper operation, please read this owner’s manual carefully before using the product.
After reading this manual, be sure to keep it for future reference.
Accessories
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Check that the following parts are supplied with the product.
Safety Instructions
Notes on radio
Warranty
(for North America model
only)
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Quick Start Guide
FM indoor antenna
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AM loop antenna
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Sound calibration
microphone
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Inserting the batteries
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Tips
Appendix
NOTE
0 To prevent damage or leakage of battery fluid:
0 Do not use a new battery together with an old one.
0 Do not use two different types of batteries.
0 Remove the batteries from the remote control unit if it will not be in use for long
periods.
0 If the battery fluid should leak, carefully wipe the fluid off the inside of the battery
compartment and insert new batteries.
Remove the rear lid in the direction of the arrow and
remove it.
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Operating range of the remote control
unit
2
Point the remote control unit at the remote sensor when operating it.
Insert two batteries correctly into the battery
compartment as indicated.
R03/AAA batteries
Approx. 23 ft/7 m
30°
.
30°
Put the rear cover back on.
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Features
High quality sound
High performance
0 With discrete circuit technology, the power amplifier provides
0 4K 60Hz input/output supported
identical quality for all 5-channels (90 Watts x 5-channels)
For optimum realism and stunning dynamic range, the power amplifier
section features discrete power devices (not integrated circuitry).
By using high current, high power discrete power devices, the amplifier
is able to easily drive high quality speakers.
4K 60p
4:4:4
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4K 60p
4:4:4
When 4K Ultra HD (High Definition) is used, an input/output speed of 60
frames per second (60p) is achieved for video signals. When connected
to 4K Ultra HD and 60p video signal input compatible TV, you can enjoy
the sense of realism only available from high-definition images, even
when viewing fast-moving video.
This unit also supports image processing for 4K 60p, 4:4:4 and 24-bit
videos. By processing the video at the original resolution, this unit lets
you enjoy flawless, high-definition picture quality.
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0 Wireless connection with Bluetooth devices can be carried out
0 HDMI connections enable connection to various digital AV
devices (5 inputs, 1 output)
easily (v p. 41)
/
5 1
Out
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In
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This unit is equipped with 5 HDMI inputs and 1 HDMI output enabling
connection to various HDMI compatible devices such as Blu-ray Disc
players, game consoles and HD video camcorders.
You can enjoy music simply by connecting wirelessly with your
smartphone, tablet, PC, etc.
0 Energy-saving design
This unit is equipped with an ECO Mode function that allows you to
enjoy music and movies while reducing the power consumption during
use, and also an auto-standby function that automatically turns off the
power supply when the unit is not in use. This helps reduce
unnecessary power use.
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0 “Setup Assistant” provides easy-to-follow setup instructions
First select the language when prompted. Then simply follow the
instructions displayed on the TV screen to set up the speakers etc.
0 Easy to use Graphical User Interface
This unit is equipped with a Graphical User Interface for improved
operability.
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Part names and functions
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MASTER VOLUME
SOURCE SELECT
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SOUND MODE
TUNER
PRESET CH
TUNE
1 CBL/SAT
2 DVD/Blu-ray
3
GAME
J
Q0
BAND
K
Q1
MODE
L
Q2
DIMMER
M
Q3
STATUS
4 Bluetooth
QUICK SELECT
PHONES
ON / OFF
BASS /
TREBLE
SETUP MIC
ADJUST
5V/1A
TONE CONTROL
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N
Q4
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Q6
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Q7
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SOUND MODE
TUNER
PRESET CH
1 CBL/SAT
o
E Display
This displays various pieces of information. (v p. 13)
Q0 Q1 Q2Q3
TUNE
2 DVD/Blu-ray
3
GAME
BAND
MODE
DIMMER
F MASTER VOLUME knob
This adjusts the volume level. (v p. 38)
STATUS
4 Bluetooth
G SOUND MODE buttons (0 1)
These select the sound mode. (v p. 55)
QUICK SELECT
PHONES
ON / OFF
BASS /
TREBLE
SETUP MIC
ADJUST
TONE CONTROL
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D Remote control sensor
This receives signals from the remote control unit. (v p. 6)
y
MASTER VOLUME
SOURCE SELECT
Tips
5V/1A
.
H Tuner preset channel buttons
(TUNER PRESET CH +, –)
These select preset broadcast stations. (v p. 48)
I Tuning buttons (TUNE +, –)
Select either FM broadcast or AM broadcast. (v p. 46)
A Power operation button (X)
Used to turn the power on/off (standby).
(v p. 37)
J Reception band select button (BAND)
This switches the reception band.
B Power indicator
This is lit as follows according to the power status:
0 Green : Power on
0 Off: Normal standby
0 Red:
0 When “HDMI PassThrough” (v p. 73) is set to “On”
0 When “BluetoothStandby” (v p. 87) is set to “On”
K Tuning mode select button (MODE)
This switches the tuning mode. (v p. 46)
L DIMMER button
Each press of this switches the brightness of the display. (v p. 88)
M STATUS button
Each press of this switches the status information that is shown on the
display. (v p. 43)
C SOURCE SELECT knob
This selects the input source. (v p. 37)
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P BASS/TREBLE button
Selects the range for which to adjust the tone. (v p. 52)
Q Tone adjustment buttons (ADJUST0 1)
Adjusts the tonal quality of the sound. (v p. 52)
MASTER VOLUME
SOURCE SELECT
TUNER
PRESET CH
SOUND MODE
1 CBL/SAT
TUNE
2 DVD/Blu-ray
3
GAME
BAND
MODE
DIMMER
R QUICK SELECT buttons
With a single press of any of these buttons, you can call up various
settings you’ve registered to each button such as the input source,
volume level and sound mode settings. (v p. 61)
STATUS
4 Bluetooth
QUICK SELECT
PHONES
ON / OFF
BASS /
TREBLE
SETUP MIC
ADJUST
TONE CONTROL
5V/ 1A
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Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 Q9
S USB port
This is used to connect USB storages (such as USB memory devices)
and the USB cable supplied. (v p. 32)
W0
T SETUP MIC jack
This is used to connect the supplied Sound calibration microphone.
(v p. 79)
N Headphones jack (PHONES)
This is used to connect headphones.
When the headphones are plugged into this jack, audio will no longer
be output from the connected speakers or from the SUBWOOFER
connectors.
BASS/TREBLE button and ADJUST 0 1 buttons can be operated when the
“Tone” (v p. 52) setting is “On”.
NOTE
To prevent hearing loss, do not raise the volume level excessively when using
headphones.
O TONE CONTROL ON/OFF button
Set the tone control function to on/off. (v p. 52)
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A Input mode indicators
These light according to the audio input mode settings of each input
source. (v p. 76)
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D Sleep timer indicator
This lights when the sleep mode is selected. (v p. 60)
E Circle indicator
This is displayed when the input source is “USB” when you are playing
back music.
B Decoder indicators
These light when Dolby or DTS signals are input or when the Dolby or
DTS decoder is running.
F Volume indicator
G MUTE indicator
This blinks while the sound is muted. (v p. 38)
C Tuner reception mode indicators
These light up according to the reception conditions when the input
source is set to “Tuner”.
TUNED: Lights up when the broadcast is properly tuned in.
STEREO: Lights up when receiving FM stereo broadcasts.
H Information display
The input source name, sound mode, setting values and other
information are displayed here.
I Input signal indicators
The respective indicator will light corresponding to the input signal.
(v p. 76)
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q
VIDEO IN
B
w
VIDEO
OUT
MONITOR
CBL/SAT
MEDIA
PLAYER
SUBWOOFER
C
e
OPTICAL
1
D
r
HDMI IN
HDMI
OUT
2
MEDIA
TV AUDIO PLAYER
1 CBL/SAT
1
DVD/
2 Blu-ray
MEDIA
3 PLAYER
4 Blu-ray
5 GAME
(4K)
(4K)
MONITOR
COAXIAL
2
AUDIO IN
ANTENNA
CBL/SAT
(ASSIGNABLE)
PRE OUT DIGITAL AUDIO IN
SPEAKERS
FRONT
AM
CENTER
IMPEDANCE : 6㹼16Ȑ
SURROUND
FM
75Ȑ
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CLASS 2 WIRING
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VIDEO IN
VIDEO
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OPTICAL
OUT
MONITOR
CBL/SAT
MEDIA
PLAYER
SUBWOOFER
1
Connections
Playback
e
r
HDMI IN
HDMI
Settings
1 CBL/SAT
1
DVD/
2 Blu-ray
MEDIA
3 PLAYER
4 Blu-ray
5 GAME
D Power cord (v p. 35)
OUT
(4K)
(4K)
MONITOR
F FM/AM antenna terminals (ANTENNA)
Used to connect FM antennas and AM loop antennas. (v p. 33)
COAXIAL
2
AUDIO IN
ANTENNA
CBL/SAT
(ASSIGNABLE)
PRE OUT DIGITAL AUDIO IN
SPEAKERS
FRONT
AM
CENTER
IMPEDANCE : 6㹼16Ȑ
SURROUND
G PRE OUT connectors
Used to connect a subwoofer with a built-in amplifier. (v p. 23)
FM
75Ȑ
CLASS 2 WIRING
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H Speaker terminals (SPEAKERS)
Used to connect speakers. (v p. 22)
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A Video connectors (VIDEO)
Used to connect devices equipped with video connectors.
(v p. 30)
B Digital audio connectors (DIGITAL AUDIO)
Used to connect devices equipped with digital audio connectors.
(v p. 27, 30)
C HDMI connectors
Used to connect devices equipped with HDMI connectors.
(v p. 26, 29, 30, 31)
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E Analog audio connectors (AUDIO)
Used to connect devices equipped with analog audio connectors.
(v p. 30)
2
MEDIA
TV AUDIO PLAYER
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w
e
POWER
ECO
A ECO Mode button
This switches to ECO Mode. (v p. 86)
Q2
B QUICK SELECT buttons (1 – 4)
These call up settings registered to each button, such as input source,
volume level and sound mode settings. (v p. 61)
QUICK SELECT
ECT
1
2
3
4
CBL /SAT
CB
DVD /
Blu-ray
FM
MEMORY
Blu-ray
GAME
AM
MODE
MEDIA
ME
IA
PLAYER
ER
USB
TV
V AUDIO Bluetooth CHANNEL
r
EEP
CH LEVEL
VEL RESTORER SLEEP
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INFO
IN
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C Input source select buttons
These select the input source. (v p. 37)
D Channel level button (CH LEVEL)
Adjusting the volume of the speakers. (v p. 59)
TUNE
E RESTORER button
Expands the low and high frequency components of compressed audio
content such as MP3 files to enable richer audio playback.
(v p. 70)
SEARCH
ARCH
OPTION
BACK
F Information button (INFO)
This displays the status information on the TV screen. (v p. 89)
VOLUME
ENTER
G Cursor buttons (uio p)
These select items. (v p. 66)
SETUP
UP
MUTE
AUDIO DE
DELAY
AY
.
SOUND MODE
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POWER
QUICK SELECT
ECT
1
2
3
4
CBL /SAT
CB
DVD /
Blu-ray
FM
MEMORY
Blu-ray
GAME
AM
MODE
MEDIA
ME
IA
PLAYER
ER
USB
TV
V AUDIO Bluetooth CHANNEL
EEP
CH LEVEL
VEL RESTORER SLEEP
INFO
IN
i
o
Q0
Q3
J System buttons
These perform playback related operations. (v p. 40)
0 Skip buttons (8, 9)
0 Play/pause button (1/3)
Q4
K SOUND MODE buttons (0 1)
These select the sound mode. (v p. 55)
TUNE
L Remote control signal transmitter
This transmits signals from the remote control unit. (v p. 6)
SEARCH
ARCH
M POWER button (X)
This turns the power on/off. (v p. 37)
BACK
N Preset memory button (MEMORY)
The current broadcast station that is preset. (v p. 48)
VOLUME
SETUP
UP
MUTE
SOUND MODE
AUDIO DE
DELAY
AY
.
Q1
I BACK button
This returns to the previous screen. (v p. 66)
OPTION
ENTER
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H ENTER button
This determines the selection. (v p. 66)
Q2
ECO
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O Tuning mode select button (MODE)
This switches the tune mode. (v p. 46)
P Tuning buttons (TUNE +, –)
These select either FM broadcast or AM broadcast. (v p. 46)
POWER
Q Channel buttons (CHANNEL +, –)
These select preset radio stations. (v p. 48)
ECO
QUICK SELECT
ECT
1
2
3
4
CBL /SAT
CB
DVD /
Blu-ray
FM
MEMORY
Blu-ray
GAME
AM
MODE
MEDIA
ME
IA
PLAYER
ER
USB
TV
V AUDIO Bluetooth CHANNEL
EEP
CH LEVEL
VEL RESTORER SLEEP
INFO
IN
TUNE
SEARCH
ARCH
OPTION
ENTER
BACK
SOUND MODE
R SLEEP button
This sets the sleep timer. (v p. 60)
Q5
S OPTION button
This displays the option menu on the TV screen. (v p. 50)
Q6
T VOLUME buttons (df)
These adjust the volume level. (v p. 38)
Q7
Q8
Q9
U SETUP button
This displays the menu on the TV screen. (v p. 66)
VOLUME
W0
V MUTE button (:)
This mutes the output audio. (v p. 38)
MUTE
W1
W2
W AUDIO DELAY buttons (+, ])
Compensates for incorrect timing between video and audio.
(v p. 71)
SETUP
UP
AUDIO DE
DELAY
AY
W3
.
The SEARCH button on this unit cannot be used.
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o Cables used for connections
Connecting speakers
20
Connecting a TV
25
Connecting a playback device
28
Provide necessary cables according to the devices you want to
connect.
Connecting a USB memory device to the USB port
33
Connecting the power cord
35
.
Speaker cable
Connecting an FM/AM antenna
Subwoofer cable
.
NOTE
HDMI cable
.
0 Do not plug in the power cord until all connections have been completed.
However, when the “Setup Assistant”is running, follow the instructions in the
“Setup Assistant” (page 8 in the separate “Quick Start Guide”) screen for making
connections. (During “Setup Assistant” operation, the input/output connectors do
not conduct current.)
0 Do not bundle power cords together with connection cables. Doing so can result in
noise.
.
Video cable
.
Coaxial digital cable
.
Optical cable
L
L
R
R
.
Audio cable
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Connecting speakers
Install speakers and connect them to this unit. (v p. 20, 22)
Speaker installation
FL/FR (Front
speaker left/right):
Place the FRONT left and right speakers an
equal distance from the main listening position.
The distance between each speaker and your TV
should also be the same.
C (Center
speaker):
Place the CENTER speaker in front of and at the
center of the TV, between the front left and right
speakers.
SL/SR (Surround
speaker left/right):
Place the SURROUND left and right speakers an
equal distance to the left and right sides of the
main listening position.
SW 1/2 (Subwoofer) :
Place the SUBWOOFER at a convenient location
near the front speakers.
.
Determine the speaker system depending on the number of speakers you
are using and install each speaker and subwoofer in the room.
Speaker installation is explained using this example of a typical
installation.
FL
SW1
FR
C
SL
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SR
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o When 5.1-channel speakers are installed
Use the illustration below as a guide for how high each speaker should be installed.
The height does not need to be exactly the same.
FL
Surround
speaker
FR
SW
C
z1
z2
SL
SR
GViewed from the sideH
.
.
Front
speaker
z1:22°
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o Connecting the speaker cables
Speaker connection
Carefully check the left (L) and right (R) channels and + (red) and –
(black) polarities on the speakers being connected to this unit, and be
sure to connect the channels and polarities correctly.
Here we connect the speakers in the room to this unit.
This section explains how to connect them using typical examples.
1
NOTE
.
0 Disconnect this unit’s power plug from the power outlet before connecting the
speakers. Also, turn off the subwoofer.
0 Connect so that the speaker cable core wires do not protrude from the speaker
terminal. The protection circuit may be activated if the core wires touch the rear
panel or if the + and - sides touch each other. (“Protection circuit” (v p. 116))
0 Never touch the speaker terminals while the power cord is connected. Doing so
could result in electric shock. When the “Setup Assistant” (page 8 in the separate
“Quick Start Guide”) is running, follow the instructions in the “Setup Assistant”
screen for making connections. (Power is not supplied to the speaker terminals
while the “Setup Assistant” is running.)
0 Use speakers with an impedance of 6 – 16 Ω/ohms.
Peel off about 3/8 inch (10 mm) of sheathing from the
tip of the speaker cable, then either twist the core wire
tightly or terminate it.
Press the lever on the speaker terminal.
.
2
Holding the lever on the speaker terminal, insert the
core wire of the speaker cable all the way into the
speaker terminal.
.
3
Release your finger from the lever on the speaker
terminal.
.
4
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o Connecting the subwoofer
Use a subwoofer cable to connect the subwoofer. Two subwoofers can
be connected to this unit.
The same signal is output from the respective subwoofer terminals.
VIDEO IN
VIDEO
OUT
MONITOR
CBL/SAT
MEDIA
PLAYER
SUBWOOFER
OPTICAL
1
TV AUDIO
2
MEDIA
PLAYER
1
COAXIAL
2
AUDIO IN
ANTENNA
CBL/SAT
(ASSIGNABLE)
PRE OUT DIGITAL AUDIO IN
SPEAKERS
FRONT
.
AM
IMPEDANCE : 6㹼16Ȑ
SURROUND
FM
75Ȑ
SW1
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SW2
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Standard speaker configuration and connection
This serves as a basic 5.1-channel surround system.
Sound modes such as Dolby Pro Logic g are supported.
VIDEO IN
VIDEO
OUT
MONITOR
FL
CBL/SAT
FR
MEDIA
PLAYER
SUBWOOFER
OPTICAL
1
TV AUDIO
2
MEDIA
PLAYER
1
COAXIAL
2
SW
AUDIO IN
ANTENNA
C
PRE OUT DIGITAL AUDIO IN
SPEAKERS
FRONT
AM
SL
CBL/SAT
(ASSIGNABLE)
CENTER
IMPEDANCE : 6㹼16Ȑ
SURROUND
FM
75Ȑ
.
.
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SR
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Tips
Connecting a TV
Connect a TV to this unit so that the input video is output to the TV. You can also enjoy audio from the TV on this unit.
How to connect a TV depends on the connectors and functions equipped on the TV.
Is the TV equipped with an HDMI connector?
Yes
.
No
“Connection 1 : TV equipped with an HDMI connector” (v p. 26)
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“Connection 2 : TV equipped without an HDMI
connector” (v p. 27)
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Connection 1 : TV equipped with an HDMI connector
Use an HDMI cable to connect the TV to this unit.
To listen to audio from TV on this unit, use an optical cable to connect the TV to this unit.
TV
VIDEO IN
VIDEO
OUT
MONITOR
CBL/SAT
MEDIA
PLAYER
SUBWOOFER
OPTICAL
1
OUT
IN
OPTICAL
OUT
HDMI
IN
HDMI IN
HDMI
OUT
2
TV AUDIO MEDIA
PLAYER
1 CBL/SAT
1
DVD/
2 Blu-ray
MEDIA
3 PLAYER
4 Blu-ray
5 GAME
(4K)
(4K)
MONITOR
COAXIAL
2
AUDIO IN
ANTENNA
CBL/SAT
(ASSIGNABLE)
PRE OUT DIGITAL AUDIO IN
SPEAKERS
FRONT
AM
CENTER
IMPEDANCE : 6㨪16ǡ
SURROUND
FM
75ǡ
.
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Connection 2 : TV equipped without an HDMI connector
Use a video cable to connect the TV to this unit.
To listen to audio from TV on this unit, use an optical cable to connect the TV to this unit.
TV
IN
OUT
VIDEO
IN
OPTICAL
OUT
VIDEO IN
VIDEO
OUT
MONITOR
CBL/SAT MEDIA
PLAYER
SUBWOOFER
OPTICAL
1
HDMI IN
HDMI
OUT
2
TV AUDIO MEDIA
PLAYER
1 CBL/SAT
1
DVD/
2 Blu-ray
MEDIA
3 PLAYER
4 Blu-ray
5 GAME
(4K)
(4K)
MONITOR
COAXIAL
2
AUDIO IN
ANTENNA
CBL/SAT
(ASSIGNABLE)
PRE OUT DIGITAL AUDIO IN
SPEAKERS
FRONT
AM
CENTER
IMPEDANCE : 6㨪16ǡ
SURROUND
FM
75ǡ
.
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Connecting a playback device
This unit is equipped with two types of video input connectors (HDMI and composite video) and two types of audio input connectors (digital audio, audio).
Select input connectors on this unit according to the connectors equipped on the device you want to connect.
If the device connected to this unit is equipped with an HDMI connector, it is recommended to use HDMI connections.
In the HDMI connection, audio and video signals can be transmitted through a single HDMI cable.
0 “Connecting a DVD player or Blu-ray Disc player” (v p. 29)
0 “Connecting a set-top box (Satellite tuner/cable TV)” (v p. 30)
0 “Connecting a video camcorder or game console” (v p. 31)
0 Connect devices to this unit as indicated by the input sources printed on the audio/video input connectors of this unit.
0 The source that is assigned to the HDMI IN, DIGITAL AUDIO IN, VIDEO IN and AUDIO IN connectors can be changed. See “Input Assign” (v p. 75) on how to change the
input source assigned to the input connectors.
0 To play back audio signals that are input to this unit on a TV connected via HDMI, set “HDMI Audio Out” (v p. 73) to “TV”.
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Connecting a DVD player or Blu-ray Disc player
This explanation uses the connection with a DVD player or Blu-ray disc player as an example.
When connecting a 4K compatible player, connect to either the HDMI 4 or HDMI 5 input connector.
DVD player/
Blu-ray Disc player
HDMI
OUT
VIDEO IN
VIDEO
OUT
MONITOR
CBL/SAT
MEDIA
PLAYER
SUBWOOFER
OPTICAL
1
HDMI
HDMI IN
OUT
2
MEDIA
TV AUDIO PLAYER
1 CBL/SAT
1
DVD/
2 Blu-ray
MEDIA
3 PLAYER
4 Blu-ray
5 GAME
(4K)
(4K)
MONITOR
COAXIAL
2
AUDIO IN
ANTENNA
CBL/SAT
(ASSIGNABLE)
PRE OUT DIGITAL AUDIO IN
SPEAKERS
FRONT
AM
CENTER
IMPEDANCE : 6㨪16ǡ
SURROUND
FM
75ǡ
.
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Connecting a set-top box (Satellite tuner/cable TV)
This explanation uses the connection with a satellite tuner/cable TV STB as an example.
Select the input connectors on this unit to match the connectors on the device that you want to connect to.
(HDMI incompatible device)
Satellite tuner/Cable TV
VIDEO
AUDIO
AUDIO
OUT
R
L
R
Satellite tuner/Cable
TV
VIDEO
OUT
COAXIAL
OUT
HDMI
OUT
L
or
R
L
VIDEO IN
VIDEO
OUT
MONITOR
CBL/SAT
MEDIA
PLAYER
SUBWOOFER
OPTICAL
1
HDMI IN
HDMI
OUT
2
MEDIA
TV AUDIO PLAYER
1 CBL/SAT
1
DVD/
2 Blu-ray
MEDIA
3 PLAYER
4 Blu-ray
5 GAME
(4K)
(4K)
MONITOR
COAXIAL
2
AUDIO IN
ANTENNA
CBL/SAT
(ASSIGNABLE)
PRE OUT DIGITAL AUDIO IN
SPEAKERS
FRONT
AM
CENTER
IMPEDANCE : 6㨪16ǡ
SURROUND
FM
75ǡ
.
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Connecting a video camcorder or game console
This explanation uses the connection with a video camcorders as an example.
Connect a playback device to this unit, such as a video camcorder or game console.
Video
camcorder
HDMI
OUT
VIDEO IN
VIDEO
OUT
MONITOR
CBL/SAT MEDIA
PLAYER
SUBWOOFER
OPTICAL
1
HDMI IN
HDMI
OUT
2
TV AUDIO MEDIA
PLAYER
1 CBL/SAT
1
DVD/
2 Blu-ray
MEDIA
3 PLAYER
4 Blu-ray
5 GAME
(4K)
(4K)
MONITOR
COAXIAL
2
AUDIO IN
ANTENNA
CBL/SAT
(ASSIGNABLE)
PRE OUT DIGITAL AUDIO IN
SPEAKERS
FRONT
AM
CENTER
IMPEDANCE : 6㨪16ǡ
SURROUND
FM
75ǡ
.
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Connecting a USB memory device to the USB port
For operating instructions see “Playing a USB memory device” (v p. 39).
USB memory
device
MASTER VOLUME
TUNE
y
3
GAME
BAND
MODE
DIMMER
STATUS
4 Bluetooth
K SELECT
SETUP MIC
.
5V/ 1A
Denon does not guarantee that all USB memory devices will operate or receive power. When using a portable USB hard disk drive (HDD) which came with an AC adapter, use
that device’s supplied AC adapter.
NOTE
0 USB memory devices will not work via a USB hub.
0 It is not possible to use this unit by connecting the unit’s USB port to a PC via a USB cable.
0 Do not use an extension cable when connecting a USB memory device. This may cause radio interference with other devices.
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Connecting an FM/AM antenna
Connect the antenna, tune in to a broadcast and then move the antenna to
the location where there is least noise. Then use tape, etc. to fix the
antenna in this location. (“Listening to FM/AM broadcasts” (v p. 46))
AM loop antenna
(supplied)
If you are unable to receive a good broadcast signal, we recommend installing an
outdoor antenna. For details, inquire at the retail store where you purchased the unit.
NOTE
q
0 Do not connect two FM antennas simultaneously.
0 Make sure the AM loop antenna lead terminals do not touch metal parts of the
panel.
VIDEO IN
VIDEO
w
OUT
MONITOR
CBL/SAT
MEDIA
PLAYER
SUBWOOFER
e
OPTICAL
1
TV AUDIO MEDIA
PLAYER
1 CBL/SAT
1
DVD/
2 Blu-ray
MEDIA
3 PLAYER
COAXIAL
2
AUDIO IN
ANTENNA
CBL/SAT
(ASSIGNABLE)
PRE OUT DIGITAL AUDIO IN
SPEAKERS
FRONT
White
AM
CENTER
IMPEDANCE : 6㨪16ǡ
SURROUND
FM
75ǡ
Black
.
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(supplied)
HDMI IN
2
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(4K)
5
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o AM loop antenna assembly
o Using the AM loop antenna
1
Suspending on a wall
Suspend directly on a wall without assembling.
2
Put the stand section through the bottom of the loop
antenna from the rear and bend it forward.
Insert the projecting part into the square hole in the
stand.
Stand
Nail, tack, etc.
Square
hole
.
Loop
antenna
Projecting
part
.
.
Standing alone
Use the procedure shown above to assemble.
When assembling, refer to “AM loop antenna assembly”.
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Connecting the power cord
After completing all the connections, insert the power plug into the power outlet.
HDMI
5 GAME
OUT
MONITOR
(4K)
Power cord
.
To household power outlet
(AC 120 V, 60 Hz)
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o Contents
Convenience functions
Basic operation
Convenience functions
Turning the power on
37
Selecting the input source
37
Adjusting the volume
38
Turning off the sound temporarily (Muting)
38
Selecting a sound mode
55
50
Adjusting the volume of each channel to match the input source (Ch
Level Adjust)
59
Sleep timer function
60
Quick select plus function
61
Playback a device
Playing a DVD player/Blu-ray Disc player
38
Playing a USB memory device
39
Playing a Bluetooth device
43
Listening to FM/AM broadcasts
45
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Basic operation
POWER
ECO
QUICK SELECT
ECT
Input source
select buttons
1
2
3
4
CBL /SAT
CB
DVD /
Blu-ray
FM
MEMORY
Blu-ray
GAME
AM
MODE
ME IA
MEDIA
PLAYER
ER
USB
TV
V AUDIO Bluetooth CHANNEL
EEP
CH LEVEL
VEL RESTORER SLEEP
INFO
IN
Turning the power on
POWER X
1
0 You can press the input source select button when the unit is in standby mode to
turn on the power.
0 You can also switch the power to standby by pressing X on the main unit.
TUNE
Selecting the input source
SEARCH
ARCH
OPTION
VOLUME
ENTER
BACK
VOLUME df
1
MUTE :
You can also select the input source by turning SOURCE SELECT on the main unit.
Press the input source select button to be played back.
The desired input source can be selected directly.
SETUP
UP
MUTE
AUDIO DELAY
DE AY
.
SOUND MODE
Press POWER X to turn on power to the unit.
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Adjusting the volume
1
Use VOLUME df to adjust the volume.
The following describes the procedure for playing DVD player/Blu-ray Disc
player.
1
2
3
Turning off the sound temporarily
(Muting)
Press MUTE :.
4
0 MUTE indicator on the display flashes.
0 : appears on the TV screen.
Prepare for playback.
A Turn on the power of the TV, subwoofer and player.
B Change the TV input to the input of this unit.
Press POWER X to turn on power to the unit.
Press DVD/Blu-ray (4K not supported) or Blu-ray (4K
supported) to switch the input source of the player to
be played back.
Play the DVD player or Blu-ray Disc player.
o Surround playback (v p. 55)
0 The sound is reduced to the level set at “Mute Level” (v p. 71) in the menu.
0 To cancel mute, either adjust the sound volume or press MUTE : again.
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Playback a DVD player/Blu-ray Disc
player
0 The variable range differs according to the input signal and channel level setting.
0 You can also adjust the master volume by turning MASTER VOLUME on the main
unit.
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Playing a USB memory device
0 Playing back music files stored on a USB memory device.
0 Only USB memory devices conforming to mass storage class standards
can be played on this unit.
POWER
ECO
0 This unit is compatible with USB memory devices in “FAT16” or
QUICK SELECT
ECT
USB
ui p
ENTER
1
2
3
4
CBL /SAT
CB
DVD /
Blu-ray
FM
MEMORY
Blu-ray
GAME
MEDIA
ME
IA
PLAYER
ER
USB
0 MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3)
OPTION
BACK
0 MPEG-4 AAC
0 FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec)
OPTION
VOLUME
SETUP
UP
MUTE
1/3
89
AUDIO DELAY
DE AY
.
SOUND MODE
0 WAV
SEARCH
ARCH
ENTER
BACK
0 WMA (Windows Media Audio)
TUNE
TV
V AUDIO Bluetooth CHANNEL
INFO
IN
playback are as follows.
See “Playback a USB memory device” for details. (v p. 106)
MODE
AM
EEP
CH LEVEL
VEL RESTORER SLEEP
“FAT32” format.
0 The audio format types and specifications supported by this unit for
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Playing files stored on USB memory
devices
1
2
Operation buttons
89
(Press and hold) Fast-reverse / Fast-forward
Skip to previous track / Skip to next track
(Press and hold) Fast-reverse / Fast-forward
[1/2]
NOTE
Note that Denon will accept no responsibility whatsoever for any problems arising with the
data on a USB memory device when using this unit in conjunction with the USB memory
device.
o Operations accessible through the option
menu
OPTION Option
.
0 “Performing repeat playback (Repeat)” (v p. 51)
0 “Performing random playback (Random)” (v p. 51)
Use ui p to select the file to be played, then press
ENTER.
0 “Adjusting the tone (Tone)” (v p. 52)
0 “Displaying your desired video during audio playback (Video
Playback starts.
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Skip to previous track / Skip to next track
(Press and hold) Stop
ui
Folder
Music
3
Function
Playback / Pause
ENTER
Press USB to switch the input source to “USB”.
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Playback / Pause
1/3
Connect the USB memory device to the USB port.
(v p. 32)
USB
Tips
Select)” (v p. 54)
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Listening to music on a Bluetooth device
Music files stored on Bluetooth devices such as smartphones, digital
music players, etc. can be enjoyed on this unit by pairing and connecting
this unit with the Bluetooth device.
Communication is possible up to a range of about 32.8 ft/10 m.
POWER
ECO
QUICK SELECT
ECT
Bluetooth
ui
ENTER
1
2
3
4
CBL /SAT
CB
DVD /
Blu-ray
FM
MEMORY
Blu-ray
GAME
AM
MODE
MEDIA
ME
IA
PLAYER
ER
USB
TV
V AUDIO Bluetooth CHANNEL
EEP
CH LEVEL
VEL RESTORER SLEEP
SEARCH
ARCH
BACK
OPTION
VOLUME
ENTER
BACK
TUNE
OPTION
INFO
IN
SETUP
UP
MUTE
1/3
89
AUDIO DE
DELAY
AY
.
SOUND MODE
NOTE
To play back music from a Bluetooth device, the Bluetooth device needs to support
the A2DP profile.
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2
In order to enjoy music from a Bluetooth device on this unit, the Bluetooth
device must first be paired with this unit.
Once the Bluetooth device has been paired, it does not need to be paired
again.
Appendix
Select this unit when its name appears in the list of
devices displayed on the screen of the Bluetooth
device.
At the end of the pairing, the device name appears on the display of
this unit.
0 Connect to the Bluetooth device while “Pairing Mode” is being
displayed on the display of the unit.
Perform the connection with the Bluetooth device close to the unit
(about 3.3 ft/1 m).
Press Bluetooth to switch the input source to
“Bluetooth”.
Bluetooth
0 When connecting a second Bluetooth device, press and hold Bluetooth for
approximately 3 seconds or select “Pairing Mode” from the options menu to pair
the device. (v p. 44)
0 Enter “0000” when the password is requested on the screen of the Bluetooth
device.
Device
OPTION Option
.
1
Tips
When using for the first time, the unit will go into the pairing mode
automatically and “Pairing Mode” will appear on the display of the
unit.
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Playing a Bluetooth device
Operation buttons
89
The unit will automatically connect to the most recently used
Bluetooth device.
2
Function
Skip to previous track / Skip to next track
(Press and hold) Fast-reverse / Fast-forward
Playback / Pause
ENTER
Press Bluetooth to switch the input source to
“Bluetooth”.
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Playback / Pause
1/3
Check the following before you play back music.
0 The Bluetooth function of the Bluetooth device must be turned on
0 Pairing must be completed
1
Tips
(Press and hold) Stop
Skip to previous track / Skip to next track
ui
(Press and hold) Fast-reverse / Fast-forward
Start playing the Bluetooth device.
0 The Bluetooth device can also be operated with the remote
0 When the power of this unit is turned on, the input source will be automatically
switched to “Bluetooth” if a Bluetooth device is connected.
0 English letters, numbers and certain symbols are displayed. Incompatible
characters are displayed as “.” (period).
control of this unit.
NOTE
0 To operate the Bluetooth device with the remote control of this unit, the Bluetooth
device needs to support the AVRCP profile.
0 The remote control of this unit is not guaranteed to work with all Bluetooth devices.
0 Depending on the type of Bluetooth device, this unit outputs audio that is coupled
to the volume setting on the Bluetooth device.
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Pairing with the Pairing Mode
o Operations accessible through the option
menu
Pair a Bluetooth device with this unit.
0 “Pairing with the Pairing Mode” (v p. 44)
1
0 “Performing repeat playback (Repeat)” (v p. 51)
0 “Performing random playback (Random)” (v p. 51)
0 “Adjusting the tone (Tone)” (v p. 52)
2
0 “Displaying your desired video during audio playback (Video
Select)” (v p. 54)
3
Press OPTION when the input source is “Bluetooth”.
The option menu screen is displayed.
Use ui to select “Pairing Mode”, then press ENTER.
The device will go into the pairing mode.
Select this unit when its name appears in the list of
devices displayed on the screen of the Bluetooth
device.
At the end of the pairing, the device name appears on the display of
this unit.
Enter “0000” when the password is requested on the screen of the Bluetooth device.
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Listening to FM/AM broadcasts
You can use the built-in tuner of this unit to listen to FM broadcasts and
AM broadcasts.
Make sure the FM antenna and AM loop antenna are connected to this
unit first.
POWER
ECO
QUICK SELECT
ECT
FM
AM
1
2
3
4
CBL /SAT
CB
DVD /
Blu-ray
FM
MEMORY
Blu-ray
GAME
AM
MODE
MEDIA
ME
IA
PLAYER
ER
USB
MEMORY
MODE
TUNE
TUNE +, –
TV
V AUDIO Bluetooth CHANNEL
CHANNEL +, –
CH LEVEL
VEL RESTORER
SLEEP
EEP
INFO
IN
OPTION
VOLUME
ENTER
BACK
SEARCH
ARCH
SETUP
UP
MUTE
AUDIO DE
DELAY
AY
.
SOUND MODE
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Listening to FM/AM broadcasts
Use FM or AM to switch the input source to “FM” or
“AM”.
G TV screen H
4
Tuner
Press MODE to select the tune mode, then press
ENTER.
AUTO
(Default) :
Automatically search for and tune to a
receivable radio station.
MANUAL:
Manually change the frequency one
step at a time each time the button is
pressed.
Press TUNE + or TUNE - to select the station you want
listen to.
Scanning is performed until it finds an available radio station. When
it finds a radio station, it stops the scan automatically and tunes in.
AUTO
FM 92.1MHz
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01
TUNE+- Tune
CH+/- Preset
0 In “AUTO” mode, you cannot tune in to radio stations if the reception is not good.
If this is the case, then use the “MANUAL” mode to tune in.
0 You can also scan the broadcast station by pressing TUNE + or TUNE - on the
unit.
OPTION Option
.
2
Connect the antenna. (“Connecting an FM/AM
antenna” (v p. 33))
G Display of this unit H
01 FM
92.10MHz
.
1
3
Tips
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Operation buttons
Function
MEMORY
Register presets
MODE
Switching tune mode
TUNE +, -
Selects the radio station (up/down)
CHANNEL +, -
Selects preset radio stations
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o Operations accessible through the option
menu
Tips
Tuning in to stations and presetting
them automatically (Auto Preset)
0 “Tuning in to stations and presetting them automatically (Auto
Preset)” (v p. 47)
A maximum of 56 radio stations can be automatically preset.
0 “Skipping preset broadcast stations (Preset Skip)” (v p. 49)
1
0 “Adjusting the tone (Tone)” (v p. 52)
0 “Displaying your desired video during audio playback (Video
Select)” (v p. 54)
2
Press OPTION when the input source is “FM”.
The option menu screen is displayed.
Use ui to select “Auto Preset”, then press ENTER.
The unit starts to tune in to radio stations automatically and preset
them.
0 When presetting is completed, “Completed” is displayed for about
5 seconds and the option menu screen turns off.
The preset memory is overwritten.
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Presetting the current broadcast
station (Preset Memory)
Channel
2
3
4
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Default settings
1–8
92.10 / 92.30 / 92.50 / 92.70 / 93.10 / 93.50 / 93.70 / 94.10
MHz
9 – 16
94.30 / 94.50 / 94.70 / 94.90 / 95.10 / 95.30 / 95.50 / 95.70
MHz
17 – 24
Tune in the broadcast station you want to preset.
(“Listening to FM/AM broadcasts” (v p. 46))
98.10 / 98.30 / 98.50 / 98.70 / 98.90 / 99.10 / 100.10 / 100.30
MHz
25 – 32
100.50 / 100.70 / 100.90 / 101.10 / 101.30 / 101.50 / 101.70 /
101.90 MHz
Press MEMORY.
33 – 40
103.10 / 103.30 / 103.50 / 103.70 / 103.90 / 104.10 / 104.30 /
104.50 MHz
Use ui to select the channel you want to preset.
41 – 48
104.70 / 104.90 / 105.10 / 105.30 / 105.50 / 105.70 / 105.90 /
106.10 MHz
49 – 56
106.30 / 106.50 / 106.70 / 106.90 / 107.10 / 107.30 / 107.50 /
107.90 MHz
Your favorite broadcast stations can be preset so that you can tune them
in easily.
Up to 56 stations can be preset.
1
Tips
Press MEMORY.
The current broadcast station that is preset.
0 To preset other stations, repeat steps 1 to 4.
Listening to preset stations
1
Use CHANNEL + or CHANNEL - to select the desired
preset channel.
You can also select preset broadcast stations by pressing TUNER PRESET CH + or
TUNER PRESET CH - on the main unit.
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Skipping preset broadcast stations
(Preset Skip)
2
3
1
2
Press OPTION when the input source is “FM”.
The option menu screen is displayed.
3
Use ui to select “Preset Skip”, then press ENTER.
The “Preset Skip” screen is displayed.
While the Preset Skip screen is displayed, use o p to
select a group containing a broadcast station to cancel
the skip for.
Use ui to select a broadcast station to cancel the skip
for.
Use o p to select “On”.
The skip is cancelled.
NOTE
Use ui to select the group of broadcast stations you
want to skip.
Preset skip cannot be cancelled for groups.
Skip all the broadcast stations that are included in the selected
group “Preset z-z”.
(z is the selected group number.)
4
Use o p to select “Skip”.
The station you selected is not displayed.
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Cancelling Preset Skip
Perform auto preset memory to save all the broadcasting stations that can
be received in the memory. Selecting a broadcast station becomes easier
by skipping unnecessary memories.
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Convenience functions
This section explains how to use convenient functions that can be used for
each input source.
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ECO
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ECT
1
2
3
4
CBL /SAT
CB
DVD /
Blu-ray
FM
MEMORY
Blu-ray
GAME
AM
MODE
MEDIA
ME
IA
PLAYER
ER
USB
TV
V AUDIO Bluetooth CHANNEL
EEP
CH LEVEL
VEL RESTORER SLEEP
INFO
IN
uio p
ENTER
TUNE
SEARCH
ARCH
OPTION
BACK
OPTION
VOLUME
ENTER
SETUP
UP
MUTE
AUDIO DELAY
DE AY
.
SOUND MODE
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Performing repeat playback (Repeat)
2
3
4
n Supported input sources : USB / Bluetooth
While content is playing, press OPTION.
1
The option menu screen is displayed.
Use ui to select “Repeat”, then press ENTER.
2
3
Use o p to select repeat playback mode.
Off
(Default):
Repeat playback mode is canceled.
One:
A file being played is played
repeatedly.
All:
All files in the folder currently being
played are played repeatedly. (When
the input source is set to “USB”)
Folder:
All files in the folder currently being
played are played repeatedly. (When
the input source is set to “Bluetooth”)
4
While content is playing, press OPTION.
The option menu screen is displayed.
Use ui to select “Random”, then press ENTER.
Use o p to select random playback mode.
Off
(Default):
Disable random playback.
On:
Randomly play back all tracks in the
current playback folder.
Press ENTER.
The display returns to the playback screen.
0 During random playback, each time playback of a track is completed, another
track is randomly selected for playback from tracks in the folder. Therefore, it’s
possible that you may hear a track played back more than once during random
playback.
0 “Random” settings are stored for each input source.
Press ENTER.
The display returns to the playback screen.
“Repeat” settings are stored for each input source.
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Performing random playback
(Random)
n Supported input sources : USB / Bluetooth
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Adjusting the tone (Tone)
4
Adjusts the tonal quality of the sound.
1
2
3
Press OPTION.
The option menu screen is displayed.
5
Use ui to select “Tone”, then press ENTER.
The tone control screen is displayed.
Tips
Appendix
Select “On” in step 3 and press i to select the sound
range to be adjusted.
Bass:
Adjust bass.
Treble:
Adjust treble.
Use o p to adjust the tone, then press ENTER.
-6 dB – +6 dB (Default : 0 dB)
Use o p to set the tone control function to on/off.
On:
Allow tone adjustment (bass, treble).
Off
(Default):
Playback without tone adjustment.
o Operating the unit
n Setting the tone control function
Press TONE CONTROL ON/OFF.
n Select the range for which to adjust the tone.
Press BASS/TREBLE.
n Adjusting the tone
Press ADJUST 0 or ADJUST 1.
0 “Tone” settings are stored for each input source.
0 This cannot be set when the sound mode is set to “Direct”.
0 You cannot set this when no audio signal is input or in the menu “HDMI Audio
Out” (v p. 73) is set to “TV”.
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Optimizing the night time listening
volume (Night Mode)
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Use o p to select “Night Mode”, then press ENTER.
Compress dynamic range (difference between loud and soft sounds).
This can be set when a Dolby Digital signal is input.
Low :
Set the adjusted value to low.
Medium :
Set the adjusted value to middle.
1
High :
Set the adjusted value to high.
Auto :
Automatic dynamic range compression
on/off control according to the source.
Off
(Default):
Do not set.
2
Press OPTION.
The option menu screen is displayed.
Use ui to select “Night Mode”, then press ENTER.
The Night Mode setting screen is displayed.
0 “Auto” can be set when a Dolby TrueHD signal is input.
0 The default setting is “Off”. The default setting when the input signal is Dolby
TrueHD is “Auto”.
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Displaying your desired video during
audio playback (Video Select)
This unit can display video from a different source on TV during audio
playback. You can set this for each input source.
n Supported input sources :
USB / FM / AM / Bluetooth
1
2
3
4
Press OPTION during audio playback.
The option menu screen is displayed.
Use ui to select “Video Select”, then press ENTER.
Use o p to select the Video Select mode.
Off
(Default):
Disable Video Select mode.
On:
Enable Video Select mode.
Use o p to select the input source for video you want
to play back, then press ENTER.
“Video Select” settings are stored for each input source.
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Selecting a sound mode
This unit allows you to enjoy various kinds of surround and stereo
playback modes.
Multi-channel audio formats are provided on popular movie and music
disc formats such as Blu-ray and DVD, as well as being supported by
digital broadcasting, and even by streaming movies.
This unit supports playback of almost all of these multi-channel audio
formats. It also supports surround playback of audio formats other than
multi-channel audio such as 2-channel stereo audio.
POWER
ECO
QUICK SELECT
ECT
1
2
3
4
CBL /SAT
CB
DVD /
Blu-ray
FM
MEMORY
Blu-ray
GAME
AM
MODE
MEDIA
ME
IA
PLAYER
ER
USB
TV
V AUDIO Bluetooth CHANNEL
TUNE
For audio formats recorded on a disc, see the disc jacket or label.
EEP
CH LEVEL
VEL RESTORER SLEEP
INFO
IN
Selecting a sound mode
OPTION
BACK
1
VOLUME
ENTER
SETUP
UP
MUTE
SOUND MODE
Press SOUND MODE 0 1 to select a sound mode.
0 If the content played back does not support the previously selected sound mode,
the most appropriate sound mode for the content is automatically selected.
0 You can also select the sound mode by pressing SOUND MODE on the main unit.
AUDIO DELAY
DE AY
.
SOUND MODE
01
SEARCH
ARCH
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o Description of sound mode types
Dolby sound mode
Sound mode type
Description
Dolby PLg
This mode can be selected when the Dolby PLg decoder is used to play back 2-channel sources in 5.1-channel surround
sound with an enveloping surround sound experience.
Dolby Digital
This mode can be selected when playing sources recorded in Dolby Digital.
Dolby TrueHD
This mode can be selected when playing sources recorded in Dolby TrueHD.
Dolby Digital Plus
This mode can be selected when playing sources recorded in Dolby Digital Plus.
DTS sound mode
Sound mode type
Description
DTS Neo:6
This mode can be selected when a DTS Neo:6 decoder is used to play back 2-channel source in 5.1-channel surround
sound.
DTS Surround
This mode can be selected when playing sources recorded in DTS.
DTS 96/24
This mode can be selected when playing sources recorded in DTS 96/24.
DTS-HD
This mode can be selected when playing sources recorded in DTS-HD.
DTS Express
This mode can be selected when playing sources recorded in DTS Express.
PCM multi-channel sound mode
Sound mode type
Multi Ch In
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This mode can be selected when playing multi-channel PCM sources.
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Original sound mode
Sound mode type
Description
Multi Ch Stereo
This mode is for enjoying stereo sound from all speakers.
Stereo audio (2-channel) sources are played back via the front (L/R) speakers, the surround speakers
Virtual
This mode lets you experience an expansive surround sound effect when playing back through just the front (L/R)
speakers only, and when listening with stereo headphones.
Stereo sound mode
Sound mode type
Stereo
Description
This mode plays 2-channel stereo audio with no additional surround sound processing.
0 Sound is output from the front left and right speakers, and subwoofer if connected.
0 When multi-channel signals are inputted, they are mixed down to 2-channel audio and are played back with no
additional surround sound processing.
Direct sound mode
Sound mode type
Direct
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This mode plays back audio as recorded in the source.
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o Views on the display
DOLBY D
DVD
q
w
A Shows a decoder to be used.
0 In the case of the Dolby Digital decoder, “J” is displayed.
0 In the case of the Dolby Digital Plus decoder, “K” is displayed.
B Shows the name of the input source being played back.
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Adjusting the volume of each channel to match the input source (Ch Level Adjust)
The volume of each channel can be changed while listening to music. You
can set this for each input source.
1
POWER
ECO
QUICK SELECT
ECT
1
2
3
4
CBL /SAT
CB
DVD /
Blu-ray
FM
MEMORY
Blu-ray
GAME
AM
MODE
ME IA
MEDIA
PLAYER
ER
USB
TV
V AUDIO Bluetooth CHANNEL
CH LEVEL
CH LEVEL
VEL RESTORER
SLEEP
EEP
INFO
IN
OPTION
uio p
TUNE
Use o p to adjust the volume, then press ENTER.
0 Select “Reset” and press ENTER if you want to restore the adjustment values of
the various channels to “0 dB” (default).
0 Headphone volume can be adjusted when a headphone is connected.
0 “Ch Level Adjust” settings are stored for each input source.
0 You can only set this for speakers that output audio. In addition, you cannot set
this when in the menu “HDMI Audio Out” is set to “TV”. (v p. 73)
SETUP
UP
MUTE
AUDIO DE
DELAY
AY
.
SOUND MODE
Use ui to select the channel that you wish to adjust.
–12.0 dB – +12.0 dB (Default : 0 dB)
SEARCH
ARCH
VOLUME
ENTER
BACK
2
3
Press CH LEVEL.
The channel level adjust screen is displayed.
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Sleep timer function
You can have the power automatically switched to standby once a set time
has elapsed. This is convenient for viewing and listening while going to
sleep.
POWER
ECO
QUICK SELECT
ECT
1
2
3
4
CBL /SAT
CB
DVD /
Blu-ray
FM
MEMORY
Blu-ray
GAME
AM
MODE
MEDIA
ME
IA
PLAYER
ER
USB
TV
V AUDIO Bluetooth CHANNEL
CH LEVEL
VEL RESTORER
SLEEP
EEP
INFO
IN
OPTION
1
TUNE
0 The SLEEP indicator lights up on the display and the sleep timer
starts.
steps of 10 minutes.
SLEEP
o Checking the remaining time
Press SLEEP when the sleep timer is in operation.
The remaining time appears on the display.
o To cancel the sleep timer
SETUP
UP
MUTE
SOUND MODE
Press SLEEP and display the time you want to set.
0 You can set the sleep timer in the range from 10 to 120 minutes in
SEARCH
ARCH
VOLUME
ENTER
BACK
Using the sleep timer
Press SLEEP to select “Off”.
The SLEEP indicator on the display turns off.
AUDIO DE
DELAY
AY
The sleep timer setting is canceled when the unit switches to standby mode.
NOTE
.
The sleep timer function cannot turn off the power of devices connected to this unit.
To turn off the power of those connected devices, set up sleep timers on the
connected devices themselves.
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Quick select plus function
Settings such as the input source, volume level and sound mode can be
registered to the QUICK SELECT 1 - 4 buttons.
You can simply press one of the registered QUICK SELECT buttons in
subsequent playbacks to switch to the group of saved settings in a batch.
By saving frequently used settings at the QUICK SELECT 1 – 4 buttons,
you will always be able to easily call up the same playback environment.
POWER
ECO
QUICK SELECT
ECT
1
2
3
4
CBL /SAT
CB
DVD /
Blu-ray
FM
MEMORY
Blu-ray
GAME
AM
MODE
MEDIA
ME
IA
PLAYER
ER
USB
TV
V AUDIO Bluetooth CHANNEL
CH LEVEL
VEL RESTORER
SLEEP
EEP
INFO
IN
OPTION
This can be also operated by pressing the QUICK SELECT button on the main unit.
TUNE
SEARCH
ARCH
VOLUME
ENTER
BACK
QUICK
SELECT
1–4
SETUP
UP
MUTE
AUDIO DE
DELAY
AY
.
SOUND MODE
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Press QUICK SELECT.
The Quick Select settings registered to the button you pressed are
called up.
below.
Button
Input source
Volume
QUICK SELECT 1
CBL/SAT
40
QUICK SELECT 2
DVD/Blu-ray
40
QUICK SELECT 3
Game
40
QUICK SELECT 4
Bluetooth
40
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Set the items below to the settings you want to
register.
A Input source (v p. 37)
B Volume (v p. 38)
C Sound mode (v p. 55)
D Video Select settings (v p. 54)
0 The default settings for the input source and volume are as shown
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Changing the settings
Calling up the settings
1
Tips
2
Press and hold the desired QUICK SELECT until
“Quickz Memory” appears on the display.
The current settings will be memorized.
z is displayed the number for the QUICK SELECT button you
pressed.
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Menu map
When using menu operations, connect this unit to a TV and operate this unit while viewing the TV.
The recommended settings are configured for this unit by default. You can customize this unit based on your existing system and your preferences.
Detailed items
Description
Page
Surr.Parameter
Adjusts surround sound parameters.
67
Restorer
Expands the low and high frequency components of compressed audio content such as
MP3 files to enable richer audio playback.
70
Audio Delay
Compensates for incorrect timing between video and audio.
71
Volume
Make volume settings.
71
Room EQ
Set whether to use the equalizer or not.
72
HDMI Audio Out
Select HDMI audio output device.
73
HDMI PassThrough
Selects how this unit will pass HDMI signals to the HDMI output in standby power mode.
73
Pass Source
Sets the HDMI connector that inputs HDMI signals when in standby.
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Setting items
Audio
.
Video
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Input Assign
Changes input connector assignment.
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Source Level
Adjusts the playback level of the audio input.
75
Input Select
Sets the audio input mode and decode mode.
76
Auto Setup
The acoustic characteristics of the connected speakers and listening room are
measured and the optimum settings are made automatically.
77
Manual Setup
Sets up the speakers manually or changes the Auto Setup settings.
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.
Setting items
Connections
Inputs
.
Speakers
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Language
Changes the language of the display on the TV screen.
86
ECO
Configures the ECO Mode and Auto Standby energy-saving functions.
86
BluetoothStandby
Sets whether or not to turn the unit’s power on when a Bluetooth device is operated.
87
Front Display
Makes settings related to the display on this unit.
88
Firmware
Update the firmware of this unit.
88
Setup Lock
Protects settings from inadvertent changes.
Begin Setup...
Performs basic installation/connections/settings from the beginning according to the
guidance indicated on the TV screen.
88
Setup Assistant
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Description
.
General
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the separate
manual
“Quick Start
Guide”
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Menu operations
POWER
ECO
1
QUICK SELECT
ECT
1
2
3
4
CBL /SAT
CB
DVD /
Blu-ray
FM
MEMORY
Blu-ray
GAME
AM
MODE
MEDIA
ME
IA
PLAYER
ER
USB
TV
V AUDIO Bluetooth CHANNEL
uio p
ENTER
EEP
CH LEVEL
VEL RESTORER SLEEP
INFO
IN
3
4
TUNE
SEARCH
ARCH
OPTION
BACK
Use ui to select the menu to be set or operated, then
press ENTER.
Use o p to change to desired setting.
Press ENTER to enter the setting.
0 To return to the previous item, press BACK.
0 Exiting the Menu, press SETUP while the menu is displayed. The
menu display disappears.
VOLUME
ENTER
BACK
2
Press SETUP.
The menu is displayed on the TV screen.
SETUP
SETUP
UP
MUTE
AUDIO DE
DELAY
AY
.
SOUND MODE
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Audio
Make audio-related settings.
o Mode
Surr.Parameter
Set the sound mode according to the input signal.
You can adjust the surround audio sound field effects to match your
preferences.
The items (parameters) that can be adjusted depend on the signal being
input and the currently set sound mode. For details on the adjustable
parameters, see “Sound modes and surround parameters” (v p. 110).
n Dolby PLg Mode
0 Some setting items cannot be set while playback is stopped. Make the settings
during playback.
0 “Surr.Parameter” settings are stored for each sound mode.
Cinema :
Switches to the sound mode suitable for
enjoying movies and TV programs.
Music :
Switches to the sound mode suitable for
enjoying music.
Game :
Switches to the sound mode suitable for
enjoying games.
Pro Logic :
Dolby Pro Logic playback mode.
n DTS Neo: 6 mode
Cinema :
Switches to the sound mode suitable for
enjoying movies and TV programs.
Music :
Switches to the sound mode suitable for
enjoying music.
“Music” mode is also effective for video sources that contain a lot of stereo
music.
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o Low Frequency
o Dynamic Comp.
Adjust the low frequency effects level (LFE).
Compress dynamic range (difference between loud and soft sounds).
Auto:
Automatic dynamic range compression
on/off control according to source.
Low / Medium / High:
These set the compression level.
Off:
Dynamic range compression is always off.
-10 dB – 0 dB (Default : 0 dB)
For proper playback of the different sources, we recommend setting to the
values below.
0 Dolby Digital sources : 0 dB
0 DTS movie sources : 0 dB
0 DTS music sources: ]10 dB
“Auto” can only be set when Dolby TrueHD signals are input.
o Center Image
Distributes the dialogue output from the center channel to the front left
and right channels and widens the sound image in the front.
0.0 – 1.0 (Default : 0.3)
0 You can set this when the sound mode is DTS Neo:6 in the “Music” mode.
0 The smaller the value, the more dialogue is concentrated on the center
channel. The larger the value, the more dialogue is distributed to front left and
right channels, and the more the sound image widens in the front.
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o Panorama
Tips
Appendix
o Dimension
The front sound field is expanded further towards the back to create a
seamlessly inclusive sound impression.
On:
Use “Panorama”.
Off
(Default):
Do not use “Panorama”.
Shift sound image center to front or rear to adjust playback balance.
0 – 6 (Default : 3)
0 You can set this when the sound mode is Dolby PLg in the “Music” mode.
0 As you set a smaller number, the surround sound field shifts backward; as you
set a larger number, the surround sound field shifts forward.
You can set this when the sound mode is Dolby PLg in the “Music” mode.
o Center Width
Distributes the dialogue output from the center channel to left and right
channels and widens the sound image in the front.
0 – 7 (Default : 3)
0 You can set this when the sound mode is Dolby PLg in the “Music” mode.
0 The smaller the value, the more dialogue is concentrated on the center
channel. The larger the value, the more dialogue is distributed to front left and
right channels, and the more the sound image widens in the front.
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o Subwoofer
Tips
Appendix
Restorer
Turn subwoofer output on and off.
On
(Default):
The subwoofer is used.
Off:
The subwoofer is not used.
Compressed audio formats such as MP3, WMA (Windows Media Audio)
and MPEG-4 AAC reduce the amount of data by eliminating signal
components that are hard for the human ear to hear. The “Restorer”
function generates the signals eliminated upon compression, restoring the
sound to conditions near those of the original sound before compression.
It also restores the original bass characteristics for a rich and expanded
tonal range.
This can be set when the surround mode is set to “Direct” or “Stereo”.
o Set Defaults
The “Surr.Parameter” settings are returned to the default settings.
On:
Use “Restorer”.
Off
(Default):
Do no use “Restorer”.
0 This item can be set with analog signals or PCM signal (Sample Rate = 44.1/48
kHz) is input.
0 This cannot be set when the sound mode is set to “Direct”.
0 “Restorer” settings are stored for each input source.
0 The “Restorer” settings can be set even if RESTORER is pressed on the remote
control unit.
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o Limit
Audio Delay
Make a setting for maximum volume.
Compensates for incorrect timing between video and audio.
60 (–20 dB) / 70 (–10 dB) / 80 (0 dB)
0 ms – 200 ms (Default : 0 ms)
Off (Default)
0 “Audio Delay” settings are stored for each input source.
0 The “Audio Delay” settings can be set even if AUDIO DELAY + or AUDIO DELAY is pressed on the remote control unit.
The dB value is displayed when the “Scale” setting is “Relative”.
o Power On Level
Define the volume setting that is active when the power is turned on.
Volume
Make volume settings.
o Scale
Set how volume is displayed.
0 - 98
(Default):
Display in the range 0 (Min) to 98.
–79.5 dB - 18.0 dB:
Display ---dB (Min), in the range –79.5 dB
to 18.0 dB.
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Last
(Default):
Use the memorized setting from the last
session.
Mute:
Always use the muting on condition when
power is turned on.
1 - 98 (–79 dB - +18 dB):
The volume is adjusted to the set level.
o Mute Level
Set the amount of attenuation when muting is on.
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Full
(Default):
The sound is muted entirely.
–40 dB :
The sound is attenuated by 40 dB down.
–20 dB :
The sound is attenuated by 20 dB down.
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Room EQ
Set whether to use the equalizer or not.
On:
Use “Room EQ”.
Off
(Default):
Do no use “Room EQ”.
Speakers for which “Room EQ” can be set differ according to the sound mode.
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Video
Make video-related settings.
HDMI Audio Out
HDMI PassThrough
Select HDMI audio output device.
AVR
(Default):
Play back through speakers connected to the
unit.
TV:
Play back through TV connected to the unit.
Selects how this unit will transmit HDMI signals to the HDMI output in
standby power mode.
When the power of this unit is on and “HDMI Audio Out” is set to “TV”, audio is output
as 2-channel from the HDMI OUT connector.
On
(Default):
Transmits the selected HDMI input through
the AV receiver’s HDMI output when this unit
is in standby power mode.
Off:
No HDMI signals are transmitted through this
unit’s HDMI output in standby power mode.
NOTE
When “HDMI PassThrough” is set to “On”, the unit consumes more standby power. If
you are not using this unit for an extended period, it is recommended that you unplug
the power cord from the power outlet.
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Pass Source
Sets the HDMI connector that inputs HDMI signals when in standby.
Last:
The most recently used input source will go
into standby mode.
CBL/SAT /
DVD/Blu-ray /
Game / Media Player
(Default : CBL/SAT):
Pass through the selected input source.
“Pass Source” can be set when “HDMI PassThrough” is set to “On”.
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Inputs
Perform settings related to input source playback.
You do not have to change the settings to use the unit. Make settings when needed.
Input Assign
By default, each item is set as follows.
By making connections as indicated by the input sources printed on the
audio/video input connectors of this unit, you can just press one of the
input source select buttons to easily play back audio or video from a
connected device.
Please change the assignment of the digital audio input connectorl when
connecting an input source that differs from that printed to the audio/video
input terminals of this unit.
Input source
Input connector
DVD/
Bluray
Media
Player
Bluray
Game
OPTICAL1
COAXIAL
TV
Audio
S
OPTICAL2
S
S
o Set Defaults
Input Assign
OPTICAL1
OPTICAL2
COAXIAL
Set Defaults
CBL/
SAT
The “Input Assign” settings are returned to the default settings.
TV Audio
Media Player
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Source Level
This function corrects the playback level of the selected input source’s
audio input.
Make this setting if there are differences in the input volume levels
between the different sources.
.
-12 dB – +12 dB (Default : 0 dB)
“Source Level” settings are stored for each input source.
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o Decode Mode
Input Select
Set the audio decode mode for input source.
It is normally recommended to set the audio input mode to “Auto”. But
we recommend changing it to “PCM” or “DTS” if the start of the source
is clipped or noise occurs.
Set the audio input mode and decode mode of each input source.
The input modes available for selection may vary depending on the input
source.
“Input Select” settings are stored for each input source.
o Input Mode
Set the audio input modes for the different input sources.
It is normally recommended to set the audio input mode to “Auto”.
Auto
(Default):
Automatically detect input signal and
perform playback.
HDMI:
Play only signals from HDMI input.
Digital:
Play only signals from digital audio input.
Analog:
Play only signals from analog audio input.
Auto
(Default):
Detect type of digital audio input signal
and decode and play automatically.
PCM:
Decode and play only PCM input signals.
DTS:
Decode and play only DTS input signals.
This item can be set for input sources for which “COAXIAL”, “OPTICAL1” or
“OPTICAL2” is assigned at “Input Assign” (v p. 75).
When digital signals are properly input, the ~ indicator lights on the display. If
the ~ indicator does not light, check “Input Assign” and the connections.
(v p. 75)
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Speakers
The acoustic characteristics of the connected speakers and listening room are measured and the optimum settings are made automatically. This is called
“Auto Setup”.
You do not have to perform “Auto Setup” when you have already performed “Speaker Setup” in “Setup Assistant”.
To set up the speakers manually, use “Manual Setup” on the menu. (v p. 82)
Auto Setup
o About the main listening position
To perform measurement, place the Sound calibration microphone in the
main listening position.
FL SW C
Main listening position
The main listening position is the position where listeners would
normally sit or where one would normally sit alone within the listening
environment. Before starting “Auto Setup”, place the Sound calibration
microphone in the main listening position.
Front speaker (L)
Front speaker (R)
Center speaker
Subwoofer
Surround speaker (L)
Surround speaker (R)
SR
.
SL
FL
FR
C
SW
SL
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0 Make the room as quiet as possible. Background noise can disrupt the room
measurements. Close windows and turn off the power on electronic devices
(radios, air conditioners, fluorescent lights, etc.). The measurements could be
affected by the sounds emitted by such devices.
0 During the measurement process, place cell phones outside the listening room.
Cell phone signals could disrupt the measurements.
0 Do not stand between the speakers and Sound calibration microphone or allow
obstacles in the path while the measurements are being made. Also, install the
Sound calibration microphone at least 20 inches (50 cm) away from the wall.
Failure to do so will result in inaccurate readings.
0 During the measurement process, audible test tones will come from the speakers
and subwoofer(s), but this is part of normal operation. If there is background noise
in the room, these test signals will increase in volume.
0 Measurement cannot be performed when headphones are connected. Unplug the
headphones before performing “Auto Setup”.
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Mount the Sound calibration microphone on a tripod
and place it in the main listening position.
When installing the Sound calibration microphone, point the tip of
the microphone toward the ceiling and adjust the height to match the
height of the ears of a listener in a seated position.
Preparation
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Measurement
If using a subwoofer capable of the following
adjustments, set up the subwoofer as shown below.
n When using a subwoofer with a direct mode
Set the direct mode to “On” and disable the volume adjustment
and crossover frequency setting.
Finish
.
n When using a subwoofer without a direct mode
Make the following settings:
0 Volume : 12 o’clock position
0 Crossover frequency : Maximum/Highest Frequency
0 Low pass filter : Off
0 Standby mode : Off
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Connect the Sound calibration microphone to the
SETUP MIC jack of this unit.
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Select “Next”, then press ENTER.
Select “Begin Test”, then press ENTER.
0 Measurement requires several minutes.
NOTE
If “Caution!” is displayed on TV screen:
Go to “Error messages” (v p. 81). Check any related items, and
perform the necessary procedures.
n To cancel Auto Setup
When the Sound calibration microphone is
connected, the following screen is displayed.
.
A Press BACK to display the popup screen.
B Press o to select “Yes”, then press ENTER.
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Auto Setup
Unplug the Setup and measurement microphone from
the unit’s SETUP MIC jack.
Do not change the speaker connection or subwoofer volume after
“Auto Setup”. If these are changed, run “Auto Setup” again in order
to configure the optimum equalizer settings.
Your AVR can automatically measure the
acoustics of your room and the optimize
your speakers.
.
Start
4
Select “Start”, then press ENTER.
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Error messages
An error message is displayed if “Auto Setup” could not be completed due to speaker placement, the measurement environment, etc. If an error message
is displayed, perform the necessary measures. Be sure to turn off the power before checking speaker connections.
Examples
Front L: None
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0 The displayed speaker could not be detected.
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Speaker Config.
Select whether or not speakers are present, playback capacity for low
bass frequencies and speaker size.
Perform when setting the speakers manually or when changing settings
made in “Auto Setup”.
0 “Manual Setup” can be used without changing the settings. Please set if
necessary.
o Front
Set the front speaker size.
Large:
Use a large speaker that can adequately
play back very low bass frequencies.
Small
(Default):
Use a small speaker that has inadequate
playback capacity for very low bass
frequencies.
0 When “Subwoofer” is set to “No”, “Front” is automatically set to “Large”.
0 When “Front” is set to “Small”, “Center” and “Surround” can not be set to
“Large”.
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Distances
Set the presence and size of the center speaker.
Large:
Use a large speaker that can adequately
play back very low bass frequencies.
Small
(Default):
Use a small speaker that has inadequate
playback capacity for very low bass
frequencies.
None:
Select when a center speaker is not
connected.
Set distance from listening position to speakers.
Measure beforehand the distance from the listening position to each
speaker.
o Step
Set the unit of distance.
1 ft / 0.1 ft (Default : 1 ft)
o Subwoofer
o Set Defaults
Set the presence of a subwoofer.
The “Distances” settings are returned to the default settings.
o Set the distance
Yes
(Default):
Use a subwoofer.
No:
Select when a subwoofer is not
connected.
0.0 ft – 60.0 ft
0 The speakers that can be selected differ depending on the “Speaker Config.”
settings. (v p. 82)
0 Default settings :
Front L / Front R / Center / Subwoofer:12.0 ft
Surround L / Surround R:10.0 ft
0 Set the difference in the distance between the speakers to less than 20.0 ft.
o Surround
Set the presence and size of the surround speakers.
Large:
Use a large speaker that can adequately
play back very low bass frequencies.
Small
(Default):
Use a small speaker that has inadequate
playback capacity for very low bass
frequencies.
None:
Select when the surround speakers are
not connected.
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Crossovers
Set the volume of the test tone to be the same at the listening position
when it is output from each speaker.
Set in accordance with the lower limit frequency of the base frequencies
that can be played back through each speaker.
o Test Tone Start
o Set the crossover frequency
A test tone is output from the selected speaker.
While listening to the test tone, adjust the volume output from the
selected speaker.
40 Hz / 60 Hz / 80 Hz / 90 Hz / 100 Hz / 110 Hz /
120 Hz / 150 Hz / 200 Hz / 250 Hz
(Default : 80 Hz)
–12.0 dB – +12.0 dB (Default : 0.0 dB)
0 “Crossovers” can be set when the “Subwoofer Mode” setting is “LFE+Main”, or
when you have a speaker that is set to “Small”. (v p. 85)
0 The default crossover frequency is “80 Hz”, which will work best with the
widest variety of speakers. We recommend setting to a higher frequency that
the crossover frequency when small speakers are used. For example, set to
“250 Hz” when the frequency range of the speakers is 250 Hz – 20 kHz.
0 Sounds below crossover frequency is cut off in the output from the speaker set
up in “Small”. The cut off bass frequencies is output from the sub-woofer or
front speaker.
0 The set “Levels” are reflected in all sound modes.
0 When headphones are connected to the PHONES connector on this unit, you
cannot set “Levels”.
o Set Defaults
The “Levels” settings are returned to the default settings.
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o Subwoofer Mode
Bass
Select low range signals to be reproduced by subwoofer.
Set subwoofer and LFE signal range playback.
o LPF for LFE
Set LFE signal playback range. Set this when you want to change the
playback frequency (low pass filter point) of the subwoofer.
80 Hz / 90 Hz / 100 Hz / 110 Hz / 120 Hz/ 150 Hz /
200 Hz / 250 Hz (Default: 100 Hz)
LFE:
The low range signal of the channel set to
“Small” speaker size is added to the LFE
signal output from the subwoofer.
LFE+Main
(Default):
The low range signal of all channels is
added to the LFE signal output from the
subwoofer.
0 “Subwoofer Mode” can be set when “Speaker Config.” “Subwoofer” (v p. 83) is set to other than “No”.
0 Play music or a movie source and select the mode offering the strongest bass.
0 If “Speaker Config.” - “Front” and Center are set to “Large”, and “Subwoofer
Mode” is set to “LFE”, no sound may be output from the subwoofers,
depending on the input signal or selected sound mode. (v p. 83) Select
“LFE+Main” if you want the bass signals to always be produced from the
subwoofer.
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General
Make various other settings.
Language
ECO
Set the language for display the menu on the TV screen.
Configure the settings of the ECO Mode and auto standby mode.
English / Français / Español (Default : English)
o ECO Mode
This can reduce the power consumption when the power of the unit is
on.
“Language” can also be set up by the following operation. However, the menu screen
is not displayed. Watch the display while configuring the settings.
1. Press and hold the main unit’s TUNER PRESET CH +, TUNER PRESET CH - and
TUNE - for at least 3 seconds.
“V.Format:< NTSC>” appears on the display.
2. Press the main unit’s TUNE +.
“Lang.:<ENGLISH >” appears on the display.
3. Use the main unit’s TUNER PRESET CH + or TUNE - and set the language.
4. Press TUNER PRESET CH - to enter the setting.
On:
Reduce the power consumption.
Auto:
The power consumption is automatically
reduced to match the volume.
Off
(Default):
Do not reduce the power consumption.
0 When you want to output audio at a high volume level, it is recommended to
set “ECO Mode” to “Off”.
0 Eco mode can also be switched by pressing ECO on the remote control unit.
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o Auto Standby
Set the mode to ECO when the power is on.
Last
(Default):
The ECO Mode will be set to the previous
setting before the power was switched off.
On:
When power is turned on, the mode will
always be switched to the “ECO Mode” in
“On”.
Auto:
When power is turned on, the mode will
always be switched to the “ECO Mode” in
“Auto”.
Off:
Tips
Set so the unit power automatically switches to standby.
Sets the time for switching to auto standby when there are no audio or
video signals input into this unit.
Before the unit enters standby mode, “Auto Standby” is displayed on
the unit display and the menu screen.
When power is turned on, the mode will
always be switched to the “ECO Mode” in
“Off”.
60 min:
The unit goes into standby after 60 minutes.
30 min:
The unit goes into standby after 30 minutes.
15 min:
The unit goes into standby after 15 minutes.
Off
(Default):
The unit does not go into standby
automatically.
o BluetoothStandby
Set whether or not to turn the unit’s power on when a Bluetooth device
is operated.
On
(Default):
Turns the Bluetooth standby function on.
Off:
Turns the Bluetooth standby function off.
When the “BluetoothStandby” setting is “On” and the connection operation is
performed on a Bluetooth device when this unit is in the standby state, this unit’s
power automatically switches on. In order to use this operation, the device needs
to be paired with this unit in advance.
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Setup Lock
Front Display
Adjust the display brightness of this unit.
Protect settings from inadvertent changes.
o Dimmer
o Lock
Bright
(Default):
Normal display brightness.
Dim:
Reduced display brightness.
Dark:
Very low display brightness.
Off:
Turns the display off.
On:
Turn protection on.
Off
(Default):
Turn protection off.
Perform the following operations to set “Lock” to “Off”.
1. Press and hold SETUP for more than 3 seconds.
“Setup Lock:0On1” appears on the display.
2. Use o p to select “Off”, then press ENTER.
0 When the display brightness is set to “Off”, the display turns off as in the standby
state.
0 You can also adjust the display by pressing DIMMER on the main unit.
NOTE
When “Lock” is set to “On”, no setting items are displayed except for “Setup
Lock”.
Firmware
When new firmware is supplied, update this unit using the USB port. Use a
USB memory device to update the firmware.
o Update Start
Start the firmware update.
To update the firmware, connect the USB memory device to the USB
port on this unit.
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Checking the information
Information on the main unit’s various settings (Status) and on input
signals (Audio Input Signal) is shown on the display.
POWER
1
ECO
QUICK SELECT
ECT
1
2
3
4
CBL /SAT
CB
DVD /
Blu-ray
FM
MEMORY
Blu-ray
GAME
AM
MODE
MEDIA
ME
IA
PLAYER
ER
USB
TV
V AUDIO Bluetooth CHANNEL
INFO
CH LEVEL
VEL RESTORER
SLEEP
EEP
INFO
IN
OPTION
Press INFO.
The information screen is displayed.
Press INFO to display current input source name, volume, sound mode, and other
information at the bottom of the screen.
TUNE
SEARCH
ARCH
VOLUME
ENTER
SOURCE
SOURCE
BACK
SETUP
UP
SOUND
MUTE
SIGNAL
Bluetooth
Multi Ch Stereo
Digital
Off
.
40.0
SOUND MODE
AUDIO DE
DELAY
AY
NOTE
.
The status display screen cannot be displayed when playing the following video
signals.
0 Computer resolution video
0 Video with an aspect ratio other than 16:9 or 4:3
0 4K video
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Troubleshooting
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Power does not turn on / Power is turned off
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Display on this unit shows nothing
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No sound comes out
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Desired sound does not come out
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Sound is interrupted or noise occurs
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I want the volume not to become too loud by mistake
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I want to keep the volume at the same level when I turn the power on
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I want to have the subwoofer always output audio
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I want to set the optimized listening environment after changing the
configuration/position of the speakers or changing a speaker to a new
one
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No video is shown on the TV
I want to combine a desired video with the current music
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The menu screen is not displayed on the TV
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USB memory devices cannot be played back
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File names on the USB memory device are not displayed properly
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Bluetooth cannot be played back
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I want the volume not to become too loud by mistake
0 Set the volume upper limit for “Limit” in the menu beforehand. This prevents children or others from increasing the volume too much by mistake.
(v p. 71)
I want to keep the volume at the same level when I turn the power on
0 By default, the volume setting when power was previously set to standby on this unit is applied at next power on with no change. To use a fixed volume
level, set the volume level at power on for “Power On Level” in the menu. (v p. 71)
I want to have the subwoofer always output audio
0 Depending on the input signals and sound mode, the subwoofer may not output audio. When “Subwoofer Mode” in the menu is set to “LFE+Main”, you
can have the subwoofer always output audio. (v p. 85)
I want to set the optimized listening environment after changing the configuration/position of the speakers or changing a speaker to a new
one.
0 Perform “Auto Setup”. This automatically makes the optimized speaker settings for the new listening environment. (v p. 77)
I want to combine a desired video with the current music
0 Set “Video Select” in the option menu to “On”. You can combine the current music with your desired video source from Set-top Box or DVD, etc. while
listening to music from Tuner. (v p. 54)
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Troubleshooting
If a problem should arise, first check the following:
1. Are the connections correct?
2. Is the set being operated as described in the owner’s manual?
3. Are the other devices operating properly?
If this unit does not operate properly, check the corresponding symptoms in this section.
If the symptoms do not match any of those described here, consult your dealer as it could be due to a fault in this unit. In this case, disconnect the power
immediately and contact the store where you purchased this unit.
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o Power does not turn on / Power is turned off
Symptom
Cause / Solution
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Power does not turn on.
0 Check whether the power plug is correctly inserted into the power outlet.
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Power automatically turns
off.
0 The sleep timer is set. Turn on the power again.
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0 “Auto Standby” is set. “Auto Standby” is triggered when there is no operation for a set amount of time. To
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Power turns off and the
power indicator flashes in
red approx. every 2
seconds.
0 The protection circuit has been activated due to a rise in temperature within this unit. Turn the power off,
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0 Please re-install this unit in a place having good ventilation.
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Power turns off and the
power indicator flashes in
red approx. every 0.5
seconds.
0 Check the speaker connections. The protection circuit may have been activated because speaker cable
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0 Turn down the volume and turn on the power again.
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0 This unit’s amplifier circuit has failed. Unplug the power cord and contact our customer service center.
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disable “Auto Standby”, set “Auto Standby” on the menu to “Off”.
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wait about an hour until this unit cools down sufficiently, and then turn the power on again.
core wires came in contact with each other or a core wire was disconnected from the connector and
came in contact with the rear panel of this unit. After unplugging the power cord, take corrective action
such as firmly re-twisting the core wire or taking care of the connector, and then reconnect the wire.
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o Operations cannot be performed through the remote control unit
Symptom
Operations cannot be
performed through the
remote control unit.
Cause / Solution
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0 Batteries are worn out. Replace with new batteries.
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0 Operate the remote control unit within a distance of about 23 ft/7 m from this unit and at an angle of within
6
30°.
0 Remove any obstacle between this unit and the remote control unit.
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0 Insert the batteries in the proper direction, checking the q and w marks.
6
0 The set’s remote control sensor is exposed to strong light (direct sunlight, inverter type fluorescent bulb
-
0 When using a 3D video device, the remote control unit of this unit may not function due to effects of
-
light, etc.). Move the set to a place in which the remote control sensor will not be exposed to strong light.
infrared communications between units (such as TV and glasses for 3D viewing). In this case, adjust the
direction of units with the 3D communications function and their distance to ensure they do not affect
operations from the remote control unit of this unit.
o Display on this unit shows nothing
Symptom
Display is off.
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0 Press the DIMMER button on this unit or remote control unit to set the display brightness to a setting other
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o No sound comes out
Symptom
No sound comes out of
speakers.
Cause / Solution
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0 Check the connections for all devices.
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0 Insert connection cables all the way in.
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0 Check that input connectors and output connectors are not reversely connected.
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0 Check cables for damage.
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0 Check that speaker cables are properly connected. Check that the cable core wires come into contact
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0 Securely tighten the speaker terminals. Check speaker terminals for looseness.
22
0 Check that a proper input source is selected.
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0 Adjust the volume.
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0 Cancel the mute mode.
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0 Check the digital audio input connector setting.
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0 Check the digital audio output setting on the connected device. On some devices, the digital audio output
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0 When a headphone is plugged into the PHONES jack on the main unit, sound is not output from the
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0 When this unit is connected to a device equipped with a DVI-D connector, no sound is output. Make a
-
with the metal part of the speaker terminals.
is set to off by default.
speaker terminal and SUBWOOFER connector.
No sound comes out when
using the DVI-D
connection.
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o Desired sound does not come out
Symptom
The volume does not
increase.
Cause / Solution
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0 The maximum volume is set too low. Set the maximum volume using “Limit” on the menu.
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0 Appropriate volume correction processing is performed according to the input audio format and settings,
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0 Check the connection of the HDMI connectors.
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0 When outputting HDMI audio from the speakers, set “HDMI Audio Out” on the menu to “AVR”. To output
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so the volume may not reach the upper limit.
No sound comes out with
the HDMI connection.
from the TV, set “TV”.
No sound comes out of a
specific speaker.
0 Check that speaker cables are properly connected.
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0 Check that a selection other than “None” is set for the “Speaker Config.” setting in menu.
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0 When the sound mode is “Stereo” and “Virtual”, audio is only output from the front speakers and
subwoofer.
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No sound is produced from 0 Check the subwoofer connections.
subwoofer.
0 Turn on the subwoofer’s power.
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0 When “Speaker Config.” - “Front” in the menu is set to “Large”, depending on the input signal and the
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0 When no subwoofer audio signal (LFE) is included in the input signals, no sound may be output from the
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0 You can make the subwoofer always output sound by setting the “Subwoofer Mode” to “LFE+Main”.
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sound mode, no sound may be output from the subwoofer.
subwoofer.
DTS sound is not output.
0 Check that the digital audio output setting on the connected device is set to “DTS”.
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0 Set “Decode Mode” on the menu to “Auto” or “DTS”.
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Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD,
Dolby Digital Plus audio is
not output.
0 Make HDMI connections.
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0 Check the digital audio output setting on the connected device. On some devices, “PCM” is set by
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Dolby PLg mode or DTS
Neo:6 mode cannot be
selected.
0 It cannot be selected when “None” is set for “Speaker Config.” - “Center” and “Surround”.
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0 Dolby PLg or DTS Neo:6 cannot be selected when using headphones.
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0 Check that an analog signal or PCM signal (Sample Rate = 44.1/48 kHz) is input. For playback of
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0 Switch to a sound mode other than “Direct”.
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Symptom
Cause / Solution
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During playback from the
USB memory device,
sound is occasionally
interrupted.
0 When the transfer speed of the USB memory device is slow, sound may occasionally be interrupted.
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Noise often occurs in
FM/AM broadcasting.
0 Change the antenna orientation or position.
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0 Please use an outdoor antenna.
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0 Separate the antenna from other connection cables.
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0 Lower the volume.
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0 Set “Off” to the ECO Mode. When “On” or “Auto” is in the ECO Mode, the audio may by distorted when
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The sounds appear to be
distorted.
the playback volume is high.
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Symptom
No picture appears.
Cause / Solution
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0 Check the connections for all devices.
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0 Insert connection cables all the way in.
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0 Check that input connectors and output connectors are not reversely connected.
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0 Check cables for damage.
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0 Match the input settings to the input connector of the TV connected to this unit.
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0 Check that the proper input source is selected.
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0 Check the video input connector setting.
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0 Check that the resolution of the player corresponds to that of the TV.
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No video is shown on the
TV with the DVI-D
connection.
0 With the DVI-D connection, on some device combinations, devices may not function properly due to the
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While the menu is being
displayed, no video is
shown on the TV.
0 The video being played will not appear in the background of the menu when the menu is operated during
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compatible with HDCP, video will not be output correctly.
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copy guard copyright protection (HDCP).
playback of the following video signals.
- Some images from 3D video content
- Computer resolution images (example: VGA)
- Video with an aspect ratio other than 16:9 or 4:3
- Dedicated 4K connector (Blu-ray, Game)
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o The menu screen is not displayed on the TV
Symptom
The menu screen or status
information screen is not
displayed on the TV.
Cause / Solution
Page
0 The menu screen is only displayed on this unit and a TV connected with an HDMI cable. If this unit is
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0 When a 2D video is converted to a 3D video on the TV, the menu screen or status information screen is
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connected to a TV using a different video output connector, operate while watching the display on this
unit.
not properly displayed.
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o USB memory devices cannot be played back
Symptom
“No connection” is
displayed.
Cause / Solution
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0 This unit cannot recognize the USB memory device. Disconnect and reconnect the USB memory device.
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0 Mass storage class compatible USB memory devices are supported.
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0 This unit does not support a connection through a USB hub. Connect the USB memory device directly to
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0 The USB memory device must be formatted to FAT16 or FAT32.
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0 Not all USB memory devices are guaranteed to work. Some USB memory devices are not recognized.
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0 Files of a type not supported by this unit are not displayed.
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0 This unit is able to display files within a maximum of 16 folder layers and up to 999 files (folders). Modify
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the USB port.
When using a type of portable hard disc drive compatible with the USB connection that requires power
from an AC adapter, use the AC adapter that came with the drive.
Files on the USB memory
device are not displayed.
the folder structure of the USB memory device.
Files on a USB memory
device cannot be played.
0 When multiple partitions exist on the USB memory device, only files on the first partition are displayed.
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0 Files are created in a format that is not supported by this unit. Check the formats supported by this unit.
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0 You are attempting to play a file that is copyright protected. Files that are copyright protected cannot be
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0 FLAC 96 kHz/24 bit uncompressed files cannot be played back on this unit. Check the formats supported
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played on this unit.
by this unit.
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o File names on the USB memory device are not displayed properly
Symptom
The file names are not
displayed properly (“...”,
etc.).
Cause / Solution
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0 Characters that cannot be displayed have been used. On this unit, characters that cannot be displayed
are replaced with a “. (period)”.
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o Bluetooth cannot be played back
Symptom
Bluetooth devices cannot
be connected to this unit.
The sound is cut off.
Cause / Solution
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0 The Bluetooth function in the Bluetooth device has not been enabled. See the Owner’s Manual of the
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0 Bring the Bluetooth device near to this unit.
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Bluetooth device to enable the Bluetooth function.
0 The Bluetooth device cannot connect with this unit if it is not compatible with the A2DP profile.
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0 Turn the power of the Bluetooth device off and on again, and then try again.
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0 Bring the Bluetooth device near to this unit.
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0 Remove obstructions between the Bluetooth device and this unit.
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0 To prevent electromagnetic interference, locate this unit away from microwave ovens, wireless LAN
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0 Reconnect the Bluetooth device.
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Resetting factory settings
Perform this procedure if the display is abnormal or if operations cannot be performed.
Various settings are reset to the factory default values. Make settings again.
X
1
2
TUNER PRESET CH +
.
3
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Turn off the power using X.
Press X while simultaneously pressing SOUND
MODE 1 and TUNER PRESET CH +.
Release the two buttons when the display starts
flashing at intervals of about 1 second.
SOUND MODE
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About HDMI
HDMI is an abbreviation of High-Definition Multimedia Interface, which is
an AV digital interface that can be connected to a TV or amplifier.
With the HDMI connection, high definition video and high quality audio
formats adopted by Blu-ray Disc players (Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby
TrueHD, DTS-HD, DTS-HD Master Audio) can be transmitted, which is not
possible with the analog video transmission.
Furthermore, in the HDMI connection, audio and video signals can be
transmitted through a single HDMI cable, while in conventional
connections it is necessary to provide audio and video cables separately
for connection between devices. This allows you to simplify the wiring
configuration that tends to be quite complex in a home theater system.
This unit supports the following HDMI functions.
0 3D
This unit supports input and output of 3D (3 dimensional) video signals
of HDMI. To play back 3D video, you need a TV and player that
provide support for the HDMI 3D function and a pair of 3D glasses.
0 4K
This unit supports input and output of 4K (3840 x 2160 pixels) video
signals of HDMI.
0 Content Type
It automatically makes settings suitable for the video output type
(content information).
0 Adobe RGB color, Adobe YCC601 color
0 Deep Color
The color space defined by Adobe Systems Inc. Because it is a wider
color space than RGB, it can produce more vivid and natural images.
An imaging technology supported by HDMI. Unlike RGB or YCbCr,
which uses 8 bits (256 shades) per color, it can use 10 bits (1024
shades), 12 bits (4096 shades), or 16 bits (65536 shades) to produce
colors in higher definition.
Both devices linked via HDMI must support Deep Color.
0 sYCC601 color
Each of these color spaces defines a palette of available colors that is
larger than the traditional RGB color model.
0 HDMI Pass Through
0 “x.v.Color”
Even when the power to this unit is set to standby, signals input from
the HDMI input connector are output to a TV or other device that is
connected to the HDMI output connector.
This function lets HDTVs display colors more accurately. It enables
display with natural, vivid colors.
“x.v.Color” is trademark of Sony Corporation.
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o Supported audio formats
2-channel, 32 kHz – 192 kHz, 16/20/24 bit
Multi-channel Linear
PCM
7.1-channel, 32 kHz – 192 kHz, 16/20/24 bit
In order to play back digital video and audio such as BD video or DVD
video via HDMI connection, both this unit and the TV or player must to
support the copyright protection system known as HDCP (Highbandwidth Digital Content Protection System). HDCP is copyright
protection technology comprised of data encryption and authentication of
the connected AV devices. This unit supports HDCP.
0 If a device that does not support HDCP is connected, video and audio
are not output correctly. Read the owner’s manual of your television or
player for more information.
Dolby Digital / DTS / Dolby TrueHD /
Dolby Digital Plus / DTS-HD Master Audio /
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio / DTS Express
o Supported video signals
0 480i
0 480p
0 576i
0 576p
0 720p 60/50Hz
0 1080i 60/50Hz
0 1080p 60/50/24Hz
0 4K 60/50/30/25/24 Hz
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Copyright protection system
2-channel Linear PCM
Bitstream
Tips
When connecting this unit to a device that is compatible with the Deep Color and 4K,
use a “High Speed HDMI cable with Ethernet” that comes with the HDMI logo.
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0 This unit is compatible with MP3 ID3-Tag (Ver. 2) standard.
0 This unit can show the artwork that was embedded by using MP3 ID3-Tag Ver. 2.3 or 2.4.
0 This unit is compatible with WMA META tags.
0 If the image size (pixels) of an album artwork exceeds 500 × 500 (WMA/MP3/WAV/FLAC) or 349 × 349 (MPEG-4 AAC), then music may not be played
back properly.
o Compatible formats
Sampling frequency
Extension
32/44.1/48 kHz
Bit rate
48 – 192
kbps
32 – 320
kbps
]
48 – 320
kbps
32/44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz
]
.flac
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
32/44.1/48 kHz
MP3
(MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3)
WAV
32/44.1/ 48 kHz
MPEG-4 AAC z
FLAC
(Free Lossless Audio Codec)
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z Only files that are not protected by copyright can be played on this unit.
Content downloaded from pay sites on the Internet are copyright protected. Also,
files encoded in WMA format when ripped from a CD, etc. on a computer may be
copyright protected, depending on the computer’s settings.
.wma
.mp3
.wav
.aac/.m4a
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o Maximum number of playable files and folder
Item
Memory capacity
USB memory device
16 levels
Number of folders
99
filesz2
999
Number of
This unit supports the following Bluetooth profile.
0 A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile):
When a Bluetooth device that supports this standard is connected,
monaural and stereo sound data can be streamed at a high quality.
0 AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile):
When a Bluetooth device that supports this standard is connected, the
Bluetooth device can be operated from this unit.
FAT16 : 2 GB, FAT32 : 2 TB
Number of folder directory levels z1
o About Bluetooth communications
z1 The limited number includes the root folder.
z2 The allowable number of files may differ according to the USB memory device
capacity and the file size.
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Playing back a Bluetooth device
The limits on the number of folders and files that can be displayed by
this unit are as follows.
Media
Tips
Radio waves broadcast from this unit may interfere with the operation
of medical devices. Make sure you turn off the power of this unit and
Bluetooth device in the following locations as radio wave interference
may cause malfunctions.
0 Hospitals, trains, aircraft, petrol kiosks and places where flammable
gases are generated
0 Near automatic doors and fire alarms
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Personal memory plus function
The most recently used settings (input mode, HDMI output mode, sound
mode, tone control, channel level, Restorer and audio delay, etc.) are
saved for each input source.
“Surr.Parameter” and “Tone” settings are stored for each sound mode.
Last function memory
This function stores the settings which were made before going into the
standby mode.
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Sound modes and channel output
S This indicates the audio output channels or surround parameters that can be set.
D This indicates the audio output channels. The output channels depend on the settings of “Speaker Config.”. (v p. 82)
Channel output
Sound mode
(v p. 55)
Front L/R
Direct (2-channel)
S
Direct (Multi-channel)
S
Stereo
S
Multi Ch In
Center
Surround L/R
Subwoofer
Dz
D
D
D
S
D
D
D
Dolby Pro Logic g
S
D
D
D
DTS Neo:6
S
D
D
D
Dolby Digital
S
D
D
D
Dolby Digital Plus
S
D
D
D
Dolby TrueHD
S
D
D
D
DTS Surround
S
D
D
D
DTS 96/24
S
D
D
D
DTS-HD
S
D
D
D
DTS Express
S
D
D
D
Multi Ch Stereo
S
D
D
D
Virtual
S
D
D
z Audio is output when “Subwoofer Mode” in the menu is set to “LFE+Main”. (v p. 85)
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Sound modes and surround parameters
Surr.Parameter (v p. 67)
Sound mode
(v p. 55)
Mode
(v p. 67)
Dynamic
Comp.z1
(v p. 68)
Low
Frequencyz2
(v p. 68)
Subwoofer
(v p. 70)
Neo: 6 Music
mode only
Pro Logic g Music mode only
Panorama
(v p. 69)
Dimension
(v p. 69)
Center Width
(v p. 69)
Center Image
(v p. 68)
Tone
(v p. 52)
Restorerz3
(v p. 70)
S
Direct (2-channel)
S
Direct (Multi-channel)
S
S
Stereo
S
S
S
S
S
Multi Ch In
Dolby Pro Logic g
S
S
DTS Neo:6
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Dolby Digital
S
S
S
Dolby Digital Plus
S
S
S
Dolby TrueHD
S
S
DTS Surround
S
S
S
DTS 96/24
S
S
S
DTS-HD
S
S
DTS Express
S
S
S
Multi Ch Stereo
S
S
S
S
Virtual
S
S
S
S
z1
z2
z3
z4
This item can be selected when Dolby Digital or DTS signal is played.
This item can be selected when Dolby Digital or DTS signal or DVD-Audio is played.
This item can be set when the input signal is analog, PCM 48 kHz or 44.1 kHz.
This setting is available when “Subwoofer Mode” in the menu is set to “LFE+Main”. (v p. 85)
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F This indicates the default sound mode.
S This indicates the selectable sound mode.
Type and format of input signals
Sound mode
(v p. 55)
PCM
ANALOG
PCM
(Multichannel)
DTS-HD
PCM
(2channel)
DTS-HD
Master
Audio
DTS
DTS-HD
High
Resolution
Audio
DTS
Express
DTS
(5.1channel)
Dolby
DTS 96/24
Dolby
TrueHD
Dolby Digital
Dolby
Dolby
(5.1Digital Plus Digital
channel)
Dolby
Digital
(2channel)
DTS Surround
DTS-HD Mstr
DTS-HD Hi Res
DTS Surround
DTS 96/24
DTS Express
DTS Neo:6 Cinema
DTS Neo:6 Music
F
F
F
F
F
S
S
S
S
S
S
Dolby Surround
Dolby TrueHD
Dolby Digital+
Dolby Digital
Dolby Pro Logic g Cinema
Dolby Pro Logic g Music
Dolby Pro Logic g Game
Dolby Pro Logic
F
F
F
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Multi Ch In
Multi Ch In
F
Direct
Direct
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
F
S
F
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Original sound mode
Multi Ch Stereo
Virtual
Stereo
Stereo
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Explanation of terms
o Dolby
Dolby Pro Logic g
Dolby Pro Logic g is a matrix decoding technology developed by Dolby
Laboratories.
Regular music such as that on CDs is encoded into 5-channels to achieve
an excellent surround effect.
The surround channel signals are converted into stereo and full band
signals (with a frequency response of 20 Hz to 20 kHz or greater) to create
a “three-dimensional” sound image offering a rich sense of presence for all
stereo sources.
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital is a multi-channel digital signal format developed by Dolby
Laboratories.
A total of 5.1-channels are played: 3 front channels (“FL”, “FR” and “C”), 2
surround channels (“SL” and “SR”) and the “LFE” channel for low
frequency effects.
Because of this, there is no crosstalk between channels and a realistic
sound field with a “three-dimensional” feeling (sense of distance,
movement and positioning) is achieved. This delivers a thrilling surround
sound experience in the home.
Dolby TrueHD
Dolby TrueHD is a high definition audio technology developed by Dolby
Laboratories, using lossless coding technology to faithfully reproduce the
sound of the studio master.
This format provides the facility to support up to 8 audio channels with a
sampling frequency of 96 kHz/24 bit resolution and up to 6 audio channels
with a sampling frequency of 192 kHz/24 bit resolution.
Dolby Digital Plus
Dolby Digital Plus is an improved Dolby Digital signal format that is
compatible with up to 7.1-channels of discrete digital sound and also
improves sound quality thanks to extra data bit rate performance. It is
upwardly compatible with conventional Dolby Digital, so it offers greater
flexibility in response to the source signal and the conditions of the
playback device.
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DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
This is an abbreviation of Digital Theater System, which is a digital audio
system developed by DTS. DTS delivers a powerful and dynamic
surround sound experience, and is found in the world’s finest movie
theaters and screening rooms.
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio is an improved version of the conventional
DTS, DTS-ES and DTS 96/24 signals formats, compatible with sampling
frequencies of 96 or 48 kHz and up to 7.1-channels of discrete digital
sound. High data bit rate performance provides high quality sound. This
format is fully compatible with conventional products, including
conventional DTS digital surround 5.1-channel data.
DTS 96/24
DTS-HD Master Audio
DTS
DTS-HD Master Audio is a lossless audio format created by Digital
Theater System (DTS). This format provides the facility to support up to 8
audio channels with a sampling frequency of 96 kHz/24 bit resolution and
up to 6 audio channels with a sampling frequency of 192 kHz/24 bit
resolution. It is fully compatible with conventional products, including
conventional DTS digital surround 5.1-channel data.
DTS 96/24 is a digital audio format enabling high sound quality playback in
5.1-channels with a sampling frequency of 96 kHz and 24 bit quantization
on DVD-Video.
DTS Digital Surround
DTS™ Digital Surround is the standard digital surround format of DTS,
Inc., compatible with a sampling frequency of 44.1 or 48 kHz and up to
5.1-channels of digital discrete surround sound.
DTS Neo:6™ Surround
DTS Neo:6™ is a matrix decoding technology for achieving 6.1-channel
surround playback with 2-channel sources. It includes “DTS Neo:6
Cinema” suite for playing movies and “DTS Neo:6 Music” suited for
playing music.
DTS-HD
This audio technology provides higher sound quality and enhanced
functionality than the conventional DTS and is adopted as an optional
audio for Blu-ray Disc.
This technology supports multi-channel, high data transfer speed, high
sampling frequency, and lossless audio playback. Maximum 7.1-channels
are supported in Blu-ray Disc.
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o Audio
This is a codec for lossless audio compression method developed by
Apple Inc. This codec can be played back on iTunes, iPod or iPhone. Data
compressed to approximately 60 – 70 % can be decompressed to exactly
the same original data.
FLAC
FLAC stands for Free lossless Audio Codec, and is a lossless free audio
file format. Lossless means that the audio is compressed without any loss
in quality.
The FLAC license is as shown below.
Copyright (C) 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008,
2009 Josh Coalson
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
0 Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
0 Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
0 Neither the name of the Xiph.org Foundation nor the names of its
contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
this software without specific prior written permission.
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THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND
CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
FOUNDATION OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF
USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE
OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec)
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LFE
This is an abbreviation of Low Frequency Effect, which is an output
channel that emphasizes low frequency effect sound. Surround audio is
intensified by outputting 20 Hz to 120 Hz deep bass to the system
subwoofer(s).
MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer-3)
This is an internationally standardized audio data compression scheme,
using the “MPEG-1” video compression standard. It compresses the data
volume to about one eleventh its original size while maintaining sound
quality equivalent to a music CD.
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MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group), MPEG-2, MPEG-4
Speaker impedance
These are the names for digital compression format standards used for
the encoding of video and audio. Video standards include “MPEG-1
Video”, “MPEG-2 Video”, “MPEG-4 Visual”, “MPEG-4 AVC”. Audio
standards include “MPEG-1 Audio”, “MPEG-2 Audio”, “MPEG-4 AAC”.
This is an AC resistance value, indicated in Ω (Ohms).
Greater power can be obtained when this value is smaller.
Dialog normalization function
This function operates automatically during playback of Dolby Digital,
Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS or DTS-HD sources.
It automatically corrects the standard signal level for individual program
sources.
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
This is audio compression technology developed by Microsoft
Corporation.
WMA data can be encoded using Windows Media® Player.
To encode WMA files, only use applications authorized by Microsoft
Corporation. If you use an unauthorized application, the file may not work
properly.
Dynamic range
The difference between the maximum undistorted sound level and the
minimum discernible level above the noise emitted by the device.
Downmix
Sampling frequency
This function converts the number of channels of surround audio to a
lower number of channels and plays back according to the system’s
configuration.
Sampling involves taking a reading of a sound wave (analog signal) at
regular intervals and expressing the height of the wave at each reading in
digitized format (producing a digital signal).
The number of readings taken in one second is called the “sampling
frequency”. The larger the value, the closer the reproduced sound is to the
original.
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Pairing
Pairing (registration) is an operation that is required in order to connect a
Bluetooth device to this unit using Bluetooth. When paired, the devices
authenticate each other and can connect without mistaken connections
occurring.
When using Bluetooth connection for the first time, you need to pair this
unit and the Bluetooth device to be connected.
This unit can store pairing information for a maximum of 8 devices.
HDCP
When transmitting digital signals between devices, this copyright
protection technology encrypts the signals to prevent content from being
copied without authorization.
Protection circuit
This is a function to prevent damage to devices within the power supply
when an abnormality such as an overload, excess voltage occurs or over
temperature for any reason.
If a malfunction occurs in this unit, the power indicator blinks red and the
unit switches to standby mode.
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Trademark information
.
.
Manufactured under a license from U.S. Patent No’s:
5,956,674; 5,974,380; 6,226,616; 6,487,535; 7,212,872; 7,333,929;
7,392,195; 7,272,567 & other U.S. and worldwide patents issued &
pending. DTS-HD, the Symbol, & DTS-HD and the Symbol together are
registered trademarks & DTS-HD Master Audio is a trademark of DTS,
Inc. Product includes software. ©DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned
by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by D&M Holdings inc.
is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their
respective owners.
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Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface, and the
HDMI Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing
LLC in the United States and other countries.
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o Audio section
0 Power amplifier
Rated output:
Front:
70 W + 70 W (8 Ω/ohms, 20 Hz – 20 kHz with 0.08 % T.H.D.)
90 W + 90 W (6 Ω/ohms, 1 kHz with 0.7 % T.H.D.)
Center:
70 W (8 Ω/ohms, 20 Hz – 20 kHz with 0.08 % T.H.D.)
90 W (6 Ω/ohms, 1 kHz with 0.7 % T.H.D.)
Surround:
70 W + 70 W (8 Ω/ohms, 20 Hz – 20 kHz with 0.08 % T.H.D.)
90 W + 90 W (6 Ω/ohms, 1 kHz with 0.7 % T.H.D.)
Output connectors:
6 – 16 Ω/ohms
0 Analog
Input sensitivity/Input impedance:
200 mV/47 kΩ/kohms
Frequency response:
10 Hz – 100 kHz — +1, –3 dB (Direct mode)
S/N:
98 dB (IHF–A weighted, Direct mode)
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[FM]
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[AM]
(Note: μV at 75 Ω/ohms, 0 dBf = 1 x 10 –15 W)
Reception frequency range:
87.5 MHz – 107.9 MHz
520 kHz – 1710 kHz
Effective sensitivity:
1.2 μV (12.8 dBf)
18 μV
50 dB sensitivity:
MONO ― 2.8 μV (20.2 dBf)
S/N ratio:
MONO ― 70 dB (IHF–A weighted, Direct mode)
STEREO ― 67 dB (IHF–A weighted, Direct mode)
Distortion:
MONO ― 0.7 % (1 kHz)
STEREO ― 1.0 % (1 kHz)
o Bluetooth section
Communications system:
Bluetooth Version 2.1 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate)
Transmission power:
Maximum 2.5 mW (Class 2)
Maximum communication range:
Approx. 32.8 ft/10 m in line of sightz2
Frequency band:
2.4 GHz band
Modulation scheme:
FHSS (Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum)
Supported profiles:
A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) 1.2
AVRCP (Audio Video Remote Control Profile) 1.4
Corresponding codec:
SBC, AAC
Transmission range (A2DP):
20 Hz - 20,000 Hz
z2 The actual communication range varies depending on the influence of such factors as obstructions between devices, electromagnetic waves from
microwave ovens, static electricity, cordless phones, reception sensitivity, antenna performance, operating system, application software etc.
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Connections
Playback
Settings
Tips
o General
Power supply:
AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power consumption:
310 W
Power consumption in standby mode:
0.1 W
Power consumption when Bluetooth
standby is used:
1W
For purposes of improvement, specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
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Rear panel
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Appendix
Contents
Connections
Playback
Settings
Tips
Appendix
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1 47/64
(44)
12 9/16 (319)
3/4
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11 11/32 (288)
15/32
(12)
1 27/32
(47)
o Dimensions (Unit : in. (mm))
2 23/64
(60)
.1 49/64 (45)
13 35/64 (344)
5 15/16 (151)
19/32
(15)
5 23/64 (136)
17 3/32 (434)
1 49/64 (45)
o Weight : 16 lbs 9 oz (7.5 kg)
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Connections
Index
Playback
Settings
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Connecting a Blu-ray Disc player ................... 29
3D ................................................................ 104
4K ................................................................ 104
5.1-channel .............................................. 21, 24
Connecting a cable TV ................................... 30
Connecting a DVD player ............................... 29
Connecting a game console ........................... 31
Connecting a satellite tuner ............................ 30
Connecting a set-top box ............................... 30
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Accessories ..................................................... 5
Adjusting the volume ...................................... 38
Adjusting volume of each channel .................. 59
Audio formats ....................................... 105, 106
Audio settings ........................................... 63, 67
Auto Standby ................................................. 87
Connecting a TV ....................................... 26, 27
Connecting a video camera ........................... 31
Connecting an USB memory device .............. 32
Connecting FM/AM antenna .......................... 33
Connecting a power cord ............................... 35
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Direct sound mode ......................................... 57
Display ........................................................... 13
Dolby sound mode ................................. 56, 112
DTS sound mode ................................... 56, 113
ECO Mode ..................................................... 86
Explanation of terms/technology .......... 104, 112
Display
Rear panel
Front panel ..................................................... 10
vG
General settings ....................................... 65, 86
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HDCP ........................................................... 105
vI
Input Assign ................................................... 75
Input signal ................................................... 111
Input source settings ................................ 64, 75
Inserting the batteries ....................................... 6
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JPEG .............................................................. 39
vL
Listening position ........................................... 77
Listening to FM/AM broadcasts ...................... 46
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Appendix
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Cables ............................................................ 19
v Numerics
Tips
122
Remote
vM
Menu map ...................................................... 63
Index
Contents
Connections
vO
Playback
Settings
vS
Original sound mode ...................................... 57
Selecting the input source .............................. 37
Setup Assistant .............................................. 65
vP
Pairing a Bluetooth device ........................ 42, 44
PCM multi-channel sound mode .................... 56
Playing back a Bluetooth device .................... 43
Playing back a Blu-ray Disc player ................. 38
Playing back a DVD player ............................. 38
Playing back USB memory device ................. 39
Protection circuit .......................................... 116
Sleep timer ..................................................... 60
Sound mode ................................... 55, 109, 110
Speaker connection ....................................... 20
Speaker Settings ...................................... 64, 77
Stereo sound mode ........................................ 57
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Tips ................................................................ 91
Tone Control .................................................. 52
vR
Random playback .......................................... 51
Rear panel ...................................................... 14
Remote control unit ........................................ 16
Repeat playback ............................................ 51
Troubleshooting ............................................. 92
Turning off the sound temporarily (Muting) ..... 38
Turning the power on ..................................... 37
vV
Resetting factory settings ............................. 103
Video Select ................................................... 54
Restorer ......................................................... 70
Video settings ........................................... 63, 73
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Welcome
Thank you for choosing a Denon AV receiver. This guide
provides step-by-step instructions for setting up your AV
receiver.
1
Before You Begin
Required for Setup
TV
HDMI cable
Speaker systems
Speaker cables
What’s In the Box
t When connecting this unit to a device that is compatible
with the Deep Color and 4K, use a “High Speed HDMI
cable with Ethernet” that comes with the HDMI logo.
t These drawings are for illustrative purposes only and may
not represent the actual product(s).
Quick Start Guide
FM indoor antenna
Safety Instructions
AM loop antenna
Notes on radio
Remote control
unit
R03/AAA batteries
Warranty
(for North America
model only)
Receiver
Sound calibration
microphone
The supplied Sound calibration microphone stand is
convenient for use when performing Speaker Calibration.
Using your own tripod or the supplied Sound calibration
microphone stand enables settings to be automatically
configured to the optimum listening environment, providing
exceptionally high performance.
2
Setup
There are three steps to the setup
process.
1
Install batteries in the remote control unit
2
Connecting the receiver
3
Follow the On-Screen Setup Assistant
Installing batteries in the
1 remote control unit
R03/AAA batteries
3
2
Connecting the receiver
n Place the receiver near your TV and
connect the power cable.
TV
Receiver
Power cord
Connect to household
power outlet
(AC 120 V, 60 Hz)
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n Connect the receiver to your TV with
an HDMI cable.
n Turn on the TV.
HDMI IN
TV remote control unit
HDMI cable
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on your TV.
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MONITOR
VIDEO IN
VIDEO
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SUBWOOFER
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HDMI IN
OUT
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HDMI
MEDIA
TV AUDIO PLAYER
1 CBL/SAT
1
DVD/
2 Blu-ray
MEDIA
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4 Blu-ray
5 GAME
(4K)
(4K)
MONITOR
COAXIAL
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Receiver (Rear panel)
TV remote control unit
5
n Turn on the receiver.
tPress X to turn on the receiver.
n Verify the connection.
tVerify that you can see this screen on your TV.
Setup Assistant
Please select a language...
English
Español
Français
When this screen is not displayed, please read operation
from the beginning.
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3
Follow the On-Screen Setup Assistant
The Setup Assistant will walk you through connecting and
configuring your speakers and components to your Denon
receiver. Please use the remote control and follow the
on-screen instructions.
Setup Assistant
Please select a language...
English
Español
Français
ENTER
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Owner’s Manual
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functions information and operation
procedure details.
manuals.denon.com/AVRS500BT/NA/
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Web Manual
Contents
Introductions
Connections
WEB Manual
AV SURROUND RECEIVER
Playback
Settings
Tips
Appendix
PDF
PDF Download
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PRODUCT INFORMATION
AVR-S500BT
5.2 AV RECEIVER
POWERFUL 5.2 AV RECEIVER WITH
BUILT-IN WIRELESS BLUETOOTH® STREAMING
AND 4K ULTRA HD/60HZ VIDEO PASS-THROUGH
The AVR-S500BT 5.2 AV Receiver builds on the outstanding success
playback from your mobile phone and other compatible portable
of Denon’s AV range over many years and delivers the latest sur-
devices. As well as the music stored on your phone, you can play
round sound technology with a very affordable price tag. 5 chan-
music streaming services from your phone. The clear on-screen
nels delivering 140W, the power for surround sound with real im-
displays, auto setup and room EQ make the receiver easy to setup
pact, whether you are watching a movie or playing a video game.
and use. Four “Quick Select” buttons enable instant access to
Likewise, the 2-channel performance for listening to your favorite
your favorite sources and can also be used to store your preferred
stereo music is exceptional. Bluetooth enables easy wireless
settings.
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Built-in Wireless Bluetooth Streaming
More and more portable devices are equipped with Bluetooth
wireless streaming capability, including smartphones, portable
audio/video players and tablet devices. With the AVR-S500BT’s
built-in Bluetooth streaming function, you can wirelessly stream
your favorite content without needing to purchase expensive
adaptors. Simply select the AVR-S500BT from your device’s
Bluetooth menu to automatically turn on the receiver and start
playing your music. Up to 5 Bluetooth devices can be remembered by the AVR-S500BT, so family members as well as friends
can enjoy their favorite tracks.
Easy To Setup, Easy To Use
With Denon’s exclusive on-screen Setup Assistant, along with the
supplied Quick Start guide, you can connect and configure your
home theater system quickly and easily. The Setup Assistant
features clear on-screen graphics and text that optimizes critical
system settings for your particular home theater setup.
4K Ultra HD/60 Hz Video Pass-through; 4:4:4 Pure Color
With 5 HDMI inputs, the AVR-S500BT lets you connect multiple
HDMI source devices. The Blu-ray and Game inputs support
4K Ultra HD 60 Hz and 4:4:4 Pure Color video pass-through, a
feature of the latest HDMI specification. The AVR-S500BT’s video
section is also fully compatible with 3D content.
Dual Subwoofer Outputs
For compatibility with dual subwoofer home theater systems,
the AVR-S500BT features two subwoofer outputs. With dual
subwoofers, which can be placed in different parts of the room,
you’ll benefit from response averaging, which helps provide
smoother and more detailed deep bass, compared to a conventional single subwoofer speaker system.
KEY FEATURES
• 5.2ch platform
• 140W (6ohm, 1kHz, 1ch driven)
• 4K/60Hz full-rate pass-through (two designated HDMI inputs)
• Built-in Bluetooth
• Auto setup with room EQ
• Front panel USB input
STATE-OF-THE-ART DENON SOLUTIONS
FOR MAXIMISING CONTENT QUALITY AND CONNECTIVITY
• HDMI Rear 5in/1out
• Digital audio inputs: 2 Opt /1 Coax
• Audio: 2in, Video: Composite 2in/1out
• AM/FM Radio
During the automated setup process, the included measuring microphone determines the right combination of optimum settings
to deliver the best possible sound quality from your particular
speaker system.
Eco Mode For Reduced Power Consumption
The AVR-S500BT features a powerful Class AB power amplifier
section equipped with discrete high current power transistors,
and is rated at a maximum of 140 watts per channel for each of
the 5 channels.
There’s also an Auto Eco mode that adjusts the maximum power
available according to the volume level selected.
USB Connectivity
In addition to the many digital and analog audio and video connection options, the AVR-S500BT also features a convenient front
panel USB port that’s compatible with portable USB drives with
MP3 and WMA audio tracks.
EASE-OF-USE AND OTHER FEATURES
• ECO mode
• On-screen Setup Assistant
• On-screen GUI
• Larger Character Display
• 4 Quick Select buttons and RC buttons
• Sleep Timer, set up to 120 minutes in 10-minute increments
• Standby HDMI pass-through
• Getting started and On-line manual
• Simple clear Remote
Denon is a trademark or registered trademark of D&M Holdings, Inc.
* All specs can be subject to change
* Available only in Black
Technical information
Number of power amps
Power output
Ports
5
140 watts per channel
Preamplifier section
HDMI (front 1)
x5
Input sensitivity/impedance
200 mV / 47 kohms
Composite (video)
x2
Frequency response
10 Hz - 100 kHz — +1, –3 dB
Analogue Audio
x2
(DIRECT mode)
Digital Optical
x2
98 dB (IHF-A weighted, DIRECT mode)
Digital Coaxial
x1
(6 ohms, 1kHz, 1ch driven)
S/N Ratio
IN
70 watts per channel
(8 ohms, 20Hz - 20 kHz, THD 0.08%, 2ch driven)
OUT
FM section
Tuning frequency range
Output connectors
87.5 - 107.9 MHz
6 - 16 ohms
HDMI Monitor
x1
Composite Monitor
x1
Audio Preout (SW)
0.2 ch
Phones
x1
FM Tuner Antenna
x1
AM Tuner Antenna
x1
AM section
Tuning frequency range
520 - 1710 kHz
General
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Power supply
AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Power consumption
310 W (Standby 0.1W, CEC-Standby 3.6W)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
17.1” x 5.9”x 12.6”
Weight
16.5 lbs
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c) Any shipment of the product (claim must be presented to carrier). (5) Items subject to wear from normal usage (tape heads, cartridges, stylus, battery, etc.). (6) Periodic
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1Pod 1s a trademark of Apple Inc .• reg•stered 1n the U.S. and other countnes.
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What is Covered
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Except as specified below, this Warranty covers all defects in material and workmanship in this product occurring during the above warranty periods. The following
are not covered by the Warranty: (I) Any product which is not distributed in Canada by D&M CANADA INC. (2) Any product which is not purchased in Canada
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stores. If you are uncertain as to whether a dealer is a DENON AUTHORIZED DEALER, please contact D&M CANADA INC. as listed below). (3) Any product on
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which the serial number has been defaced, modified or removed. (4) Damaged deterioration or malfunction resulting from: a) Accident, act of nature, abuse, misuse,
neglect, unauthorized product repair, opening of or modification or failure to follow instructions supplied with the product. b) Repair or attempted repair by anyone
; not authorized by DEN ON. c) Any shipment of the product (claim must be presented to carrier). (5) Items subject to wear from normal usage (tape heads, cartridges,
W stylus, battery, etc.). (6) Periodic check-ups which do not disclose any defect. (7) Use of the product outside Canada. (8) Damaged magnetic tape or CDIDVD discs.
' (9) Use in industrial, commercial, and/or professional applications. (10) Any installation or removal charges resulting from product failure .
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What We Will Pay For
If during the applicable warranty period from the date of original consumer purchase your DENON product is found to be defective by DENON, DENON will
repair, or at its option, replace with new, used or equivalent model, such defective product without charge for parts or labor.
How to Obtain Warranty Performance
If your unit ever needs service, it may be taken or shipped to any authorized DEN ON service station or D&M CANADA INC. (For an authorized DENON service
W station near you, please check our website http://ca.denon.com/CA/Support/Pages/ServiceCenterSearch.aspx or contact D&M CANADA INC. as listed below.) In all
other cases, the following procedures apply whenever your unit must be transported for warranty service;
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THIS WARRANTY IS VALID IN CANADA ONLY.
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a. You are responsible for transporting your unit or arranging for its transportation.
b. If shipment of your unit is required;
You must pay the initial shipping charges, but we will pay the return shipping charges if the repairs are covered by the Warranty.
c. WHEN RETURNING YOUR UNIT FOR WARRANTY SERVICE. A COPY OF THE ORIGINAL SALES SLIP MUST BE ATTACHED.
d. You should include the following: your name, address, daytime telephone number, model and serial number of the product and a description of the problem.
In the case of a CD or DVD Player, please enclose ONE (I) disc that the unit has failed with for test reasons. It will be returned with the unit.
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If your product does not require service, but you have questions regarding its operation, please contact our Technical Services Department as listed below.
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THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY MADE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION,
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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OUR LIABILITY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT, AT OUR OPTION, OF ANY DEFECTIVE PRODUCT AND SHALL IN NO EVENT
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W INCLUDE INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL COMMERCIAL OR PROPERTY DAMAGES OF ANY KIND. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR
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PRODUCTS LOST, STOLEN AND/OR DAMAGED DURING SHIPPING.
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SOM.E PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS AND/OR DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
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This warranty gives you specific legal rights, but you may also have other rights which vary from province to province. This Warranty may not be altered other than
in a writing signed by an officer of D&M Canada Inc.
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D&M CANADA INC.
10462 Islington Avenue, Unit 88
Kleinburg,Ontario LOJ1CO
(905) 475-4085
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by MICROLANDTECHNICAL SERVICES
170AidenRoad,Unit2
Markham, ON L3R 4C1
(905) 940-1982
http://clientportal.microland.ca/rmastart.aspx
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Duree du garantie non-transferable
La garantie de votre produit DENON, distribue et garanti par D&M CANADA INC. prend effet a partir de !a date d' achat du consommateur original aupres d'un
revendeur official D&M CANADA INC. pendant les periodes suivantes.
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Categorie de produit
Controleur A IV, Recepteu A IV. Recepteur AM I FM
Recepteur DVD, Systeme DVD Home Theater
Preamplificateur, pr9amplificateur numSrique
Ampl if icateur de puissance, Preamplificateur phone
Syntoniseur, amp lif icateur integ re
Carte optionnelle
Lecteur CD, Lecteur DVD. Lecteur Disque Blu-ray
EnreQistreur CD
Ampri-tuner avec Lecteu r de CD,
RScepteur audio I CD avec reseau integra
Lecteur Audio Reseau
Systeme Audio
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CDRW
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Sub-woofer
Micro
iPhone"" I iPod"" Docks
DSW
OM-S, OM-A
ASD,DSD
AH
DHT-FS
DVP
DL
RC
AK
ASF
Processeur video
Cellule phonolectrice
Telecommande
Cable
Support pour enceinte acou stique
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0-F, 0-M, S
DP-L, DP-M
DP-F, DP-USB
Haut-parleurs
Casque d'Scoute
Avant Surround Systeme Home Theater
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ADV, S
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Apple et iPod sont des marques commerciales d:Apple Inc., deposees aux Etats-Unis et dans d'autres pays
Couverture
Cette garantie couvre taus les defauts de materiel ou de fabrication du produit, a I' exception de ceux indiques ci-apres qui conforrment selon les termes durant !a periode
de !a garantie. Ne sont pas couverts par !a garantie: (l) Tout produit qui n'est pas distribue au Canada par D&M CANADA INC. (2) Tout produit qui n'a pas ete achete au
Canada aupres d' un revendeur officiel DENON (Note: On peut identifier les revendeurs officiels DENON par leur auto-collant "REVENDEUR OFFICIEL DENON" affiche
dans leur magasin. Si vous doutez qu'un revendeur soit officiellemem reconnu, contactez D&M CANADA INC. al'adresse ci-dessous.) (3) Tout produit dont le numero
de serie a ete efface, modifie ou enleve. (4) Dommages dus a !a deterioration ou a un fonctionnement defectueux a !a suite de: a) accident, acte de !a nature, abus, utilisation
impropre, negligence, reparation au moyen d'un produit non autorise, debale, modification, emploi contraire aux instructions fournies avec le produit, b) reparation ou
tentative de reparation par quelqu ' un non reconnu par DENON. c) tout envoi du produit (la reclamation doit etre presentee au transporteur), (5) Articles sujets a deterioration
par !'usage (tetes de magnetophone, cellules phono, pointes de lecture phono, piles, etc.). (6) verification periodique qui ne revele aucun defaut. (7) Utilisation du produit hors
du Canada. (8) Bandes magnetiques, disques CD ou DVD endommages. (9) Utilisation commerciale, industrielle ou professionnelle. (10) Toutes charges d'installation ou de
deplacement resultant d'un ctefaut du produit.
Notre paiement
Si votre produit DENON est reconnu defectueux par DENON durant !a periode d'application de !a garantie apres !a date d'achat du consommateur, DENON reparera
ou, a son choix, remplacera avec un modele neuf, usage ou equivalent ce produit defectueux sans frais de pieces ni de main d'reuvre.
Application de Ia garantie
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Si votre appareil necessite une verification ou une reparation, il peut etre apporte ou envoye atout atelier de service autorise DENON ou directement chez D&M CANADA
INC. (Pour trouver !'atelier autorise le plus pres, priere de verifier sur le site Internet de DENON au htip:llca.denon.com/CNSupport!PagesiServiceCenterSearch.aspx ou bien
contactez D&M Canada Inc aux coordonnes indiquees ci bas).
Dans taus les autres cas, les procedures suivantes s' appliquent si votre appareil doit etre envoye pour une verification ou une reparation sous garantie.
a. Vous etes responsable du transport de votre article ou vous devez vous arranger vous-meme pour son transport.
b. Si votre article doit etre envoye, vous devez payer les frais d'envoi initiaux, mais nous payerons les frais de retour si !a garantie couvre les reparations.
c. LORSQUE VOUS RENVOYEZ VOTRE ARTICLE POUR UN SERVICE SOUS GARANTIE. VOUS DEVEZ JOINDRE UNE COPIE DE LA FACTURE
D ' ACHAT D'ORIGINE.
d. Vous devez inclure egalement vos nom, adresse, numero de telephone de jour, numeros de modele et de serie du produit et une description du probleme.
Dans le cas d' un lecteur CD ou DVD, joindre un disque que l'appareil n'a pu lire pourtest. Il vous sera retoume avec !'article.
CETIE GARANTIE EST VALABLE SEULMENT AU CANADA.
Si votre produit ne requiert aucun service mais que vous avez des questions quant a son fonctionnement, contactez notre departement technique dont l' adresse figure ci-dessous.
CETIE GARANTIE EST EXPRESSEMENT FAITE EN LIEU ET PLACE DE TOUTES LES AUTRES GARANTIES EXPRIMEES OU SOUS-ENTENDUES' Y
COMPRIS, SANS SE LIMITER A CELLES-CI, LES GARANTIES MARCHANDES ET SPECIFIQUES POUR UN USAGE PARTICULIER.
NOTRE RESPONSABILITE SE LIMITE A LA REPARATION OU AU REMPLACEMENT, A NOTRE CHOIX, DE TOUT PRODUIT DEFECTUEUX ET
N' INCLUT EN AUCUN CAS DES DOMMAGES FORTUITS, COMMERCIAUX INDIRECTS Nl MATERIELS D' AUCUNE SORTE. NOUS NOUS SOMMES
PAS RESPONSABLES POUR LA PERTE DE LES PRODUITS ETIOU LES MARCHANDISES ENDOMMAGEES PENDANT LE TRNASPORT DES BIENS.
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CERTAINES PROVINCES NE PERMETIENT PAS DE LIMITES QUANT A LA DUREE D'UNE GARANTIE SOUS-ENTENDUE ETIOU NE PERMETIENT
PAS L'EXCLUSION DE DOMMAGES FORTUITS. LES LIMITATIONS ET EXCLUSIONS MENTIONNEES PLUS HAUT PEUVENT NE PAS S'APPLIQUERA
VOTRECAS.
Cette garantie vous donne des droits legaux specifiques, mais il se pourrait que vous ayez d' autres droits qui varient d'une province
etre modifiee que par un document signe par un gestionnaire autorise de D&M Canada.
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10462 Islington Avenue, Unit 88
Kleinburg, Ontario LOJ 1CO
(905) 475-4085
www.ca.denon.com
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by MICROLANDTECHNICAL SERVICES
170 Alden Road, Unit 2
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(905) 940-1982
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