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RDX-E700
© 2005
YAMAHA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION, USA 6660 ORANGETHORPE AVE., BUENA PARK, CALIF. 90620, U.S.A.
YAMAHA CANADA MUSIC LTD. 135 MILNER AVE., SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO M1S 3R1, CANADA
YAMAHA ELECTRONIK EUROPA G.m.b.H. SIEMENSSTR. 22-34, 25462 RELLINGEN BEI HAMBURG, GERMANY
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DVD RECEIVER
AMPLI-TUNER DVD
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MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
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CAUTION: READ THIS BEFORE OPERATING YOUR UNIT.
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To assure the finest performance, please read this manual
carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future reference.
Install this sound system in a well ventilated, cool, dry, clean
place with at least 10 cm on the top, 10 cm on the left and right,
and 10 cm at the back of RDX-E700 — away from direct
sunlight, heat sources, vibration, dust, moisture, and/or cold.
Locate this unit away from other electrical appliances, motors, or
transformers to avoid humming sounds.
Do not expose this unit to sudden temperature changes from cold
to hot, and do not locate this unit in an environment with high
humidity (i.e. a room with a humidifier) to prevent condensation
inside this unit, which may cause an electrical shock, fire,
damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
Avoid installing this unit where foreign object may fall onto this
unit and/or this unit may be exposed to liquid dripping or
splashing. On the top of this unit, do not place:
– Other components, as they may cause damage and/or
discoloration on the surface of this unit.
– Burning objects (i.e. candles), as they may cause fire, damage
to this unit, and/or personal injury.
– Containers with liquid in them, as they may fall and liquid
may cause electrical shock to the user and/or damage to this
unit.
Do not cover this unit with a newspaper, tablecloth, curtain, etc.
in order not to obstruct heat radiation. If the temperature inside
this unit rises, it may cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or
personal injury.
Do not plug in this unit to a wall outlet until all connections are
complete.
Do not operate this unit upside-down. It may overheat, possibly
causing damage.
Do not use force on switches, knobs and/or cords.
When disconnecting the power cable from the wall outlet, grasp
the plug; do not pull the cable.
Do not clean this unit with chemical solvents; this might damage
the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth.
Only voltage specified on this unit must be used. Using this unit
with a higher voltage than specified is dangerous and may cause
fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury. YAMAHA will
not be held responsible for any damage resulting from use of this
unit with a voltage other than specified.
To prevent damage by lightning, keep the power cord and outdoor
antennas disconnected from a wall outlet or the unit during a
lightning storm.
Do not attempt to modify or fix this unit. Contact qualified
YAMAHA service personnel when any service is needed.
The cabinet should never be opened for any reasons.
When not planning to use this unit for long periods of time (i.e.
vacation), disconnect the AC power plug from the wall outlet.
Be sure to read the “TROUBLESHOOTING” section on
common operating errors before concluding that this unit is
faulty.
Before moving this unit, press STANDBY/ON to set this unit in
standby mode, and disconnect the AC power plug from the wall
outlet.
Condensation will form when the surrounding temperature
changes suddenly. Disconnect the power cable from the outlet,
then leave the unit alone.
When using the unit for a long time, the unit may become warm.
Turn the power off, then leave the unit alone for cooling.
This unit is not disconnected from the AC power source as
long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if this unit itself
is turned off. This state is called the standby mode. In this
state, this unit is designed to consume a very small quantity of
power.
FOR CANADIAN CUSTOMERS
To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide
slot and fully insert.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
DANGER
When this unit is plugged to the wall outlet, do not place your
eyes close to the opening of the disc tray and other openings to
look into inside.
The laser component in this product is capable of emitting
radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
■ For U.K. customers
If the socket outlets in the home are not suitable for the plug
supplied with this appliance, it should be cut off and an
appropriate 3 pin plug fitted. For details, refer to the instructions
described below.
Note
The plug severed from the mains lead must be destroyed, as a
plug with bared flexible cord is hazardous if engaged in a live
socket outlet.
■ Special Instructions for U.K. Model
IMPORTANT
THE WIRES IN MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE:
Blue: NEUTRAL
Brown: LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to
the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured
BLACK. The wire which is coloured BROWN must be
connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L
or coloured RED.
Making sure that neither core is connected to the earth
terminal of the three pin plug.
CONTENTS
FEATURES............................................................. 2
About this manual...................................................... 2
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES ................................. 2
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS ......................... 3
Front panel ................................................................. 3
Display....................................................................... 4
Remote control........................................................... 5
CONNECTING SPEAKERS ................................ 7
Connecting speakers .................................................. 8
Connecting a subwoofer ............................................ 8
CONNECTING A TV ............................................ 9
CONNECTING ANTENNAS.............................. 10
Connecting the AM loop antenna ............................ 10
Connecting the FM antenna..................................... 10
Connecting a CD recorder or MD recorder ............. 11
Connecting the Power Cables.................................. 12
INSTALLING BATTERIES IN THE REMOTE
CONTROL ........................................................ 13
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL .................. 13
Tuning radio stations automatically
(Auto Tuning)...................................................... 33
Tuning radio stations manually (Manual Tuning) ... 33
Selecting preset radio stations (Preset Tuning) ....... 34
Receiving FM Radio Data System stations
(U.K. and Europe models only)........................... 34
PRESETTING RADIO STATIONS ...................36
Presetting radio stations automatically
(Auto Preset)........................................................ 36
Presetting radio stations manually
(Manual Preset) ................................................... 36
Editing the name of preset radio stations................. 37
BASIC
OPERATION
CONNECTING EXTERNAL
COMPONENTS ............................................... 11
ZOOMING IMAGES ..........................................29
USING GUI............................................................30
ENJOYING HIGH-QUALITY VIDEO
(NTSC/PROGRESSIVE SCAN)......................31
ENJOYING MULTIMEDIA FILES
ON DISCS ..........................................................32
TUNING RADIO STATIONS .............................33
PREPARATION
PREPARATION
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
ADVANCED OPERATION
PLAYING BACK EXTERNAL SOURCES.......38
TV playback ............................................................ 38
Other component playback ...................................... 38
RECORDING SOURCES WITH EXTERNAL
COMPONENTS ................................................39
Recording audio sources with the DVD receiver .... 39
Operating the OSD menu......................................... 19
OSD guide ............................................................... 20
SUPPORTED DISC TYPES ............................... 21
BASIC PLAYBACK OPERATIONS ................. 22
USEFUL PLAYBACK OPERATIONS ............. 23
Customizing playback order (Program Play) .......... 23
Playing back randomly
(Random Play)..................................................... 24
Playing back repeatedly
(Repeat Play) ....................................................... 25
Operating disc menus (DVD menu/Video CD
Playback Control)................................................ 27
Adjusting Sound Settings ........................................ 40
Night listening mode ............................................... 41
CONTROLLING EXTERNAL
COMPONENTS ................................................42
Setting remote control codes ................................... 42
Available operations ................................................ 43
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
TURNING THE POWER
TO ON/STANDBY ........................................... 14
SELECTING AN INPUT SOURCE ................... 14
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME LEVEL .............. 15
MUTING THE SOUND (MUTE) ....................... 15
ADJUSTING THE CLOCK ................................ 16
SETTING THE TIMER ...................................... 16
SETTING THE SLEEP TIMER......................... 17
CHANGING THE BRIGHTNESS OF THE
DISPLAY........................................................... 18
CHANGING DVD SETTING ON THE TV
(OSD MENU) .................................................... 19
ADJUSTING SOUNDS ........................................40
ADVANCED
OPERATION
BASIC OPERATION
TROUBLESHOOTING .......................................44
General..................................................................... 44
Remote control ........................................................ 45
Disc playback .......................................................... 46
Radio reception........................................................ 47
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ........................48
Disc Information...................................................... 48
Handling a disc ........................................................ 49
GLOSSARY...........................................................50
Audio formats .......................................................... 50
Audio information ................................................... 50
Video signal information ......................................... 51
Copyright and logo marks ....................................... 51
SPECIFICATIONS...............................................52
SELECTING AUDIO, SUBTITLE
AND ANGLE ................................................... 28
English
Selecting Audio and Subtitle Languages................. 28
Selecting a Viewing Angle ...................................... 28
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FEATURES
FEATURES
• Plays DVDs, Video CDs, Audio CDs, MP3 CDs,
WMA CDs, DivX CDs and JPEG CDs.
• Easy operation with the MULTI JOG
• Full function remote control
• On Screen Display (OSD) Menu
• DIGITAL OPTICAL OUT jack
About this manual
• In this manual, operations that can be performed using either the DVD receiver or its remote control are explained using the remote
control.
• Remote control descriptions and illustrations in this manual are based on the U.K. and Europe models unless otherwise specified.
• y indicates a tip for your operation.
• Notes contain important information about safety and operating instructions.
• This manual is printed prior to production. Design and specifications are subject to change in part as a result of improvements, etc. In
case of differences between the manual and the product, the product has priority.
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
This product includes the following accessories. Before connecting speakers or a TV to this product, make sure you received all of the
following parts.
Remote
control
STANDBY/ON
Batteries (x2)
(AA, R06, UM-3)
Video pin
cable
Indoor FM antenna
AM loop antenna
POWER
TV
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9
0
DIMMER SLEEP
+
REPEAT
A-B
TV CH
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
MODE PTY SEEK START
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
GUI
MENU
ENTER
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
TV VOL
+
VOLUME
MUTE
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
SUBTITLE ANGLE
2
+
–
ZOOM
TUNER
AUDIO
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
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INTRODUCTION
Front panel
6 7
INPUT
MULTI JOG
PUSH-ENTER
STANDBY/ON
PHONES
TIMER
DISPLAY
SOUND
MODE
VOLUME
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9 0
A
1 STANDBY/ON
Turns this unit on. Press this button again to set the unit to
the standby mode (page 14).
2
Opens and closes the disc tray. Pressing
during
standby mode turns on the DVD receiver and sets the input
source to DVD/CD.
3 Disc tray
Holds a disc to be played.
4 Display
Displays playback information or settings (page 4).
5 s
Stops disc playback.
6 INPUT
Selects an input source.
7 h/e
Starts and pauses disc playback.
B
C
D
E
9 TIMER
Sets the DVD receiver to the timer play mode or sleep
mode.
0 DISPLAY
Displays the status information such as the elapsed time of
current track/chapter.
A SOUND
Switches the sound settings to be adjusted.
B MULTI JOG
Adjusts various settings and the frequency when tuning
radio station. You can also skip chapters or tracks when
the input source is set to DVD/CD.
C MODE
Supports MULTI JOG and enables various operations.
D Remote control sensor
Receives signals from the remote control.
E VOLUME
Adjusts the volume level.
English
8 PHONES jack
Connects headphones.
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
Display
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2 3
4
RNDM
PROG
A-B SF
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6
7
8
PROGRESSIVE SLEEP
MUTE ST MEMORY
TITLE TRK
CHAP
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1 Playback mode indicator
Displays the icon for the selected playback mode.
2 Pause icon
Lights up when disc playback is paused.
3 Playback icon
Lights up during disc playback.
4 MUTE
Lights up when the mute function is activated.
5 PROGRESSIVE
Lights up when the progressive scan function is activated.
6 SLEEP
Lights up when the sleep timer function is activated.
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A
B
7
Lights up when the timer play function is activated.
8
Lights up when receiving a strong radio signal when the
input source is set to AM or FM.
9 Display mode indicator
Lights up depending on the disc type.
0 ST
Lights up when receiving a strong FM radio signal in the
FM stereo mode.
A MEMORY
Lights up or blinks when presetting an FM/AM radio
station.
B Display
Displays various information such as a title, chapter or
track number, or elapsed playing time.
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
Remote control
FM/AM
• Radio station
tuning
• Radio station
preset, etc.
TUNER
mode
DVD/CD mode
STANDBY/ON
TV
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5
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9
0
3
4
7
8
+
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
y
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
TUNER
TUNER
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
Operations common to all modes
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1 Infrared signal transmitter
Sends signals to the DVD receiver.
STANDBY/ON
2 STANDBY/ON (
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Turn the DVD receiver on, or set it to the standby mode
(page 14).
POWER
TV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DIMMER SLEEP
9
0
+
You can also operate the TV and other components connected to
the DVD receiver using the remote control. For details, refer to
“CONTROLLING EXTERNAL COMPONENTS” (page 42).
AUDIO
■ Common functions
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The DVD receiver has two main operation modes. Before
operating functions in each mode, you need to select a
mode to change the remote control button assignments.
• DVD/CD mode: Press DVD/CD.
• TUNER mode: Press TUNER. For details on tuner
operations, refer to “TUNING RADIO STATIONS”
(page 33).
DIMMER SLEEP
+
Remote control descriptions and illustrations in this manual are
based on the U.K. and Europe models unless otherwise specified.
To switch the operation mode
POWER
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Note
INTRODUCTION
DVD/CD
• Playback
• Subtitle and
audio language
selection, etc.
REPEAT
TV CH
A-B
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8
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
MODE PTY SEEK START
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
GUI
3 MUTE
Turns off the volume. Press again to resume the volume.
4 NIGHT
Switches the night listening mode on or off (page 41).
5 EQ
Switches the EQ MODE (page 40).
MENU
6 DIRECT
Switches the DIRECT mode on or off.
ENTER
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
TV VOL
7 SLEEP
Sets the sleep timer (page 17).
VOLUME
MUTE
3
+
4
5
6
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
TUNER
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
+
AUDIO
9
0
8 DIMMER
Changes the brightness of the display (page 18).
9 VOLUME +/–
Adjusts the overall volume level.
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0 Input selection buttons
Selects the input source of the DVD receiver (page 14).
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
■ DVD/CD mode
Operations available only in DVD/CD mode
1 Number buttons (1 to 9, 0)
Press these buttons to enter numbers.
STANDBY/ON
2 REPEAT
Enables the Repeat Play mode (page 25).
POWER
TV
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
3 s
Stops disc playback.
DIMMER SLEEP
2
3
4
5
6
7
+
REPEAT
TV CH
A-B
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
MODE PTY SEEK START
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
GUI
MENU
A
B
C
4 e
Pauses disc playback.
5 h
Starts disc playback.
D
6 b, a
Skips to the start of the current chapter/track or next
chapter/track.
E
7 GUI
Displays the status information such as the elapsed time of
current track/chapter on the TV screen.
ENTER
8
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
TV VOL
+
9
0
VOLUME
MUTE
+
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
TUNER
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
AUDIO
F
G
H
8 SET UP
Displays the OSD menu on the TV screen (page 19).
9 SUBTITLE
Selects subtitle language (page 28).
0 ANGLE
Selects a viewing angle (page 28).
A A-B
Enables the A-B Repeat mode (page 26).
B PROG
Enables the Program Play mode (page 23).
C RANDOM
Enables the Random Play mode (page 24).
D MENU
Displays the DVD menu on the TV screen (page 27).
E TOP MENU/RETURN
Returns the DVD menu to the previous screen (page 27).
F
/
/ /
/ ENTER
Operates the OSD menu (page 19).
G AUDIO
Selects audio language (page 28).
H ZOOM
Zooms in a specified part of picture (page 29).
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CONNECTING SPEAKERS
CONNECTING SPEAKERS
Follow the procedure below to connect speakers to the DVD receiver. Here, the connection example uses the YAMAHA
NX-E700 (consisting of two speakers) and its supplied cables. For information on your speakers, refer to the owner’s
manual for the speakers.
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You can also use commercially available speakers (see page 8).
Notes
R speaker
PREPARATION
• Do not connect the power cable of the DVD receiver until all cable connections are completed.
• Be sure to connect the left channel (L), right channel (R), “+” (red) and “–” (black) properly. If the connections are faulty, no sound
will be heard from the speakers, and if the polarity of the speaker connections is incorrect, the sound will be unnatural and lack bass.
• Do not let the bare speaker wires touch each other or do not let them touch any metal part of this unit. This could damage the DVD
receiver and/or the speakers.
• Use speakers with the specified impedance shown on the rear panel of this unit.
• Use magnetically shielded speakers. If this type of speakers still creates the interference with the monitor, place the speakers away
from the monitor.
L speaker
Speaker cable
Speaker cable
DVD receiver
MAINS
AM
ANT
GND
FM ANT
75Ω UNBAL.
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
SPEAKERS
R
L
SUB WOOFER
OUT
TUNER
OUT
Y
PB
L
PR
R
6Ω MIN. /SPEAKER
VIDEO
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
OUT
IN
AUX
IN
TV
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CONNECTING SPEAKERS
Connecting speakers
1
Remove approximately 10 mm (3/8 in) of
insulation from the end of each speaker
cable and twist the exposed wires of the
cable together to prevent short circuits.
Connecting a subwoofer
Connect the SUBWOOFER OUT jack on the DVD
receiver to the INPUT jack on the subwoofer
using the subwoofer cable.
SPEAKERS
R
SUB WOOFER
OUT
L
10 mm (3/8 in)
6Ω MIN. /SPEAKER
Subwoofer cable
2
Press and hold the lever.
INPUT
INPUT
Subwoofer
Red: positive (+)
Black: negative (–)
3
Insert one bare wire. By releasing the lever,
the lever is replaced.
Red: positive (+)
Black: negative (–)
■ Notes on the speaker cord
A speaker cord is actually a pair of insulated cables
running side by side. One cable is colored or shaped
differently, perhaps with a stripe, groove or ridge. Connect
the striped (grooved, etc.) cable to the “+” (red) terminals
on the DVD receiver and your speaker. Connect the plain
cable to the “–” (black) terminals on the DVD receiver
and your speaker.
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Notes
• Do not connect the power cable of the DVD receiver or
subwoofer until all cable connections are completed.
• The low frequency range of the downmixed sound is output at
the SUBWOOFER OUT jack.
CONNECTING A TV
CONNECTING A TV
Follow the procedure below to connect your TV to the DVD receiver using the supplied video pin cable and audio cables
(sold separately). Also, you can enjoy high-quality pictures with a component video connection or a scart connection
(U.K. and Europe models only). For information about your TV, refer to the supplied manual.
Notes
• Do not connect the power cable of the DVD receiver until all cable connections are completed.
• Turn off the TV before connecting it to the DVD receiver.
IN
To make a component video connection or a scart
connection (U.K. and Europe models only), a
corresponding cable is required.
OUT
VIDEO
L
AUDIO
R
TV
Video pin
cable
(supplied)
Audio cable
(sold separately)
Component video connection
Connect the VIDEO OUT COMPONENT jacks on the
DVD receiver to the component video input jacks on your
TV using a commercially available component video
cable.
PREPARATION
■ Other connection methods
AM
ANT
MAINS
AM
ANT
GND
GND
FM ANT
75Ω UNBAL.
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
R
L
OOFER
UT
FM ANT
75Ω UNBAL.
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
SPEAKERS
SUB WOOFER
OUT
TUNER
OUT
TUNER
OUT
Y
Y
PB
L
PB
PR
L
R
PR
R
VIDEO
COMPONENT
OUT
VIDEO OUT
6Ω MIN. /SPEAKER
VIDEO
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
OUT
IN
AUX
IN
AUX
IN
TV
IN
TV
Component video jacks
1
Connect the VIDEO jack on the DVD receiver
to the video input jack on your TV using the
supplied video pin cable.
2
To output sound from the speakers
connected to the DVD receiver, connect the
TV IN jacks on the DVD receiver to the audio
output jacks on your TV using an audio pin
cable (sold separately).
Scart connection (for U.K. and Europe models)
Connect the AV terminal on the DVD receiver to the scart
input terminal on your TV using a commercially available
scart cable.
(U.K. and Europe models)
AM
ANT
GND
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
FM ANT
75Ω UNBAL.
OOFER
T
TUNER
OUT
Y
PB
L
PR
R
AV
AV terminal
VIDEO
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
OUT
IN
AUX
IN
TV
YUV RGB
RGB/YUV selector switch
RGB/YUV selector switch
Selects the terminal where the video signals are output at.
Slide this switch to the YUV position to output the
component signals at the COMPONENT jacks.
Slide this switch to the RGB position to output the RGB
signals at the AV terminal.
When the RGB/YUV selector switch is set to “RGB”, Progressive
Scan (page 31) is not available.
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English
Note
CONNECTING ANTENNAS
CONNECTING ANTENNAS
To enjoy radio on the DVD receiver, you need to connect AM and FM antennas to the DVD receiver. This product
includes an AM loop antenna and indoor FM antenna. If there is a problem of weak radio wave reception in your area or
you want to improve radio reception, we recommend that you use optional outdoor antennas. For details, consult the
nearest authorized YAMAHA dealer or service center.
Indoor FM
antenna
(supplied)
3
Insert the AM loop antenna lead wires into
the AM ANT terminal.
4
Release the tab.
5
Repeat steps 2 to 4 to insert the AM loop
antenna lead wires into the GND terminal.
6
Place the antenna away from the DVD
receiver and speaker cables.
While listening to the radio, rotate the antenna head
to find the best angle for reception.
AM loop
antenna
(supplied)
AM
ANT
GND
FM ANT
75Ω UNBAL.
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
TUNER
OUT
Y
PB
L
PR
R
VIDEO
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
OUT
IN
AUX
IN
TV
Ground
(GND terminal)
■ About grounding
For maximum safety and minimum interference, connect
the antenna GND terminal to a good earth ground. A good
earth ground is a metal stake driven into moist earth.
Connecting the AM loop antenna
1
Attach the antenna stand to the antenna.
When attaching the antenna to the wall, you do not
need to use the antenna stand.
Connecting the FM antenna
2
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1
Connect the supplied indoor FM antenna to
the FM ANT jack on the DVD receiver.
2
Place the antenna away from the DVD
receiver and speaker cables.
Press and hold the tab.
CONNECTING EXTERNAL COMPONENTS
CONNECTING EXTERNAL COMPONENTS
You can connect external components such as a CD recorder or MD recorder to the following jacks on the DVD receiver.
This section provides an example of other equipment connections. For information on your equipments, refer to the
manuals for them.
Connecting a CD recorder or MD
recorder
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
ANALOG
IN
IN
OUT
L
If you connect a CD recorder or MD recorder to the DVD
receiver using optical cables, you can record audio sources
played on the DVD receiver digitally. Also, you can enjoy
audio sources played on the recorder with the DVD
receiver.
Optical
cable
AM
ANT
y
PREPARATION
CD recorder or
MD recorder
R
GND
AM/FM broadcasts cannot be output from this unit’s DIGITAL
OPTICAL OUT jack. To record AM/FM broadcasts, use a
commercially available audio cable to connect the AUX OUT
jack on the DVD receiver to the analog input jack on your
recorder.
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
FM ANT
75Ω UNBAL.
TUNER
Audio
cable
OUT
PB
Y
L
PR
R
VIDEO
Notes
• Turn off the component before connecting it to the DVD
receiver.
• Do not connect the power cable of the DVD receiver until all
cable connections are completed.
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
OUT
IN
AUX
IN
TV
1
Connect the DIGITAL OPTICAL OUT jack on
the DVD receiver to the digital input jack on
the recorder using an optical cable.
2
Connect the AUX OUT jacks on the DVD
receiver to the analog input jacks on the
recorder using an audio cable.
3
Connect the AUX IN jacks on the DVD
receiver to the analog output jacks on the
recorder using an audio cable.
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CONNECTING EXTERNAL COMPONENTS
■ About the AUX jacks
• The signal input from the AUX IN jack is not output
from the AUX OUT jack.
• The DVD receiver’s digital and analog signal circuits
are independent of each other. Analog input signals are
output only from analog output jacks.
Connecting the Power Cables
After you made all connections, connect the power cables
of the DVD receiver and subwoofer (optional).
■ About the DIGITAL jack
• The digital jack is compatible with PCM, Dolby
Digital and DTS signals.
• The digital jack is designed based on EIA standards. To
make a digital connection, use an optical cable that
meets EIA standards.
MAINS
To an AC wall outlet
SPEAKERS
R
L
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This unit can output a DTS signal digitally. To reproduce a DTS
encoded source, connect the DIGITAL OPTICAL OUT jack on
the DVD receiver to the digital input jack on a component that
features a DTS decoder.
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6Ω MIN. /SPEAKER
SUB WOOFER
OUT
INSTALLING BATTERIES IN THE REMOTE CONTROL
Press the
mark on the battery cover and
open the cover.
2
Insert the two supplied batteries (AA, R06,
UM-3) into the battery compartment.
Make sure you insert the batteries according to the
polarity markings (+ and –).
3
Close the battery cover.
Press
PREPARATION
1
■ To replace the batteries
Change all of the batteries if the operation range of the remote
controls decreases.
Notes
• Do not use an old battery together with new one.
• Do not use different types of batteries (for example, alkaline
and manganese) together. Each type of battery has its own
characteristics even if they are similar in shape.
• If the batteries run out, immediately remove them from the
remote control to prevent an explosion or acid leak.
• Dispose of the batteries according to the regional regulations.
• If a battery starts leaking, dispose of it immediately. Be careful
not to let leaking battery acid come into contact with your skin
or clothing. Before inserting new batteries, wipe the
compartment clean.
• Replace the batteries within two minutes to preserve the
memory in the remote control.
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL
Use the remote control within 6 m (20 feet) of the DVD
receiver and point it toward the remote control sensor
(page 3).
INPUT
MULTI JOG
PUSH-ENTER
STANDBY/ON
PHONES
TIMER
DISPLAY
SOUND
MODE
VOLUME
Notes
Within 6 m
(20 feet)
30˚
30˚
• Be careful not to spill liquid on the remote control.
• Be careful not to drop the remote control.
• Do not leave the remote control in the following places:
– hot or humid places, such as near a heater or in a bathroom
– extremely cold places
– dusty places
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TURNING THE POWER TO ON/STANDBY
TURNING THE POWER TO ON/STANDBY
STANDBY/ON
STANDBY/ON (
TV
Press STANDBY/ON once to turn on the DVD
receiver.
Press STANDBY/ON again to set the DVD
receiver to the standby mode.
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POWER
)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DIMMER SLEEP
9
0
+
REPEAT
A-B
You can set the DVD receiver to the eco standby mode by
pressing DISPLAY on the front panel during standby mode. In
this mode, all display in the DVD receiver turns off. To cancel the
eco standby mode, press DISPLAY during eco mode.
TV CH
SELECTING AN INPUT SOURCE
You can enjoy various sources with the DVD receiver. After connecting the TV, speakers, antennas, or other equipment,
follow the procedure below to select an input source you want to play on the DVD receiver. For information on
connection methods, refer to pages 8 to 12.
TV VOL
+
TV
■ To select an input source using INPUT
on the front panel
VOLUME
MUTE
+
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
TUNER
AUX
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
DVD/CD
Press INPUT repeatedly.
Each time you press INPUT, the input source changes as
follows:
TUNER
DVD/CD
AUDIO
FM
AM
TV/SCART*
Perform one of the following operations
To switch to DVD/CD input:
Press DVD/CD.
To switch to external source input (external
equipment connected to the DVD receiver):
Press AUX.
To switch to TV input:
Press TV.
U.K. and Europe models only
You can switch the input signals between signals
input at the TV IN jacks and signals input at AV
terminal (page 20).
To switch to tuner input (AM/FM radio):
Press TUNER.
Each time you press TUNER, the input source
switches between AM and FM.
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AUX
*
SCART is applicable only for U.K and Europe models.
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME LEVEL
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME LEVEL
TV VOL
Press VOLUME + to increase the volume level
and VOLUME – to decrease.
VOLUME
MUTE
+
+
VOLUME +/–
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
SUBTITLE ANGLE
TUNER
ZOOM
AUDIO
MUTING THE SOUND (MUTE)
MUTE
+
VOLUME
MUTE
+
VOLUME +/–
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
Press MUTE to mute the sound.
To restore audio output to the previous volume level, press
MUTE again or press VOLUME +/–.
TUNER
BASIC
OPERATION
TV VOL
AUDIO
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ADJUSTING THE CLOCK
ADJUSTING THE CLOCK
1
Press TIMER on the front panel to select
“TIME” and then press MULTI JOG.
2
Rotate MULTI JOG to adjust the hour and
then press MULTI JOG.
3
Rotate MULTI JOG to adjust the minute and
then press MULTI JOG.
4
Press MULTI JOG again to set the time.
INPUT
MULTI JOG
PUSH-ENTER
STANDBY/ON
PHONES
TIMER
DISPLAY
SOUND
MODE
MULTI JOG
VOLUME
TIMER
MULTI JOG
Note
You cannot set timer unless you adjust the clock.
SETTING THE TIMER
You can set the timer function so that the DVD receiver turns on at the specified time and begins to play the selected input
source automatically.
1
Press TIMER on the front panel to select
“TIMER” and then press MULTI JOG.
2
Rotate MULTI JOG clockwise to select
“TIMER ON” and then press MULTI JOG.
The current timer setting is displayed.
3
Set the time that timer play begins using the
MULTI JOG, and then press MULTI JOG.
4
Rotate MULTI JOG to select the input source
to be played and then press MULTI JOG.
5
Rotate MULTI JOG to set the duration (30 to
90 min) and then press MULTI JOG.
You can set the duration in 10 minutes steps.
INPUT
MULTI JOG
PUSH-ENTER
STANDBY/ON
PHONES
TIMER
DISPLAY
SOUND
MODE
VOLUME
TIMER
MULTI JOG
■ To cancel the timer
Select “TIMER OFF” in step 2.
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SETTING THE SLEEP TIMER
SETTING THE SLEEP TIMER
If you set the sleep timer, the DVD receiver automatically turns to the Standby mode after the specified time.
STANDBY/ON
Press SLEEP repeatedly to set the duration for
the sleep timer.
Each time you press SLEEP, the duration changes as
follows:
POWER
TV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DIMMER SLEEP
9
0
+
REPEAT
SLEEP-30
SLEEP
SLEEP-60
A-B
TV CH
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
SLEEP-120
MODE PTY SEEK START
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
GUI
Sleep timer off
MENU
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• The DVD receiver automatically turns to the dimmer mode.
ENTER
TV VOL
+
VOLUME
MUTE
+
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
TUNER
AUDIO
Notes
• The sleep timer only works for the DVD receiver. It does not
turn off other equipment connected to the DVD receiver.
• The sleep timer is canceled if you turn the DVD receiver to the
Standby mode.
• The DVD receiver stores the mode or playback settings in its
memory when it automatically turns to the Standby mode. You
can use those settings when you turn on the DVD receiver next
time.
BASIC
OPERATION
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
■ To set the sleep timer using MULTI JOG
Press TIMER on the front panel repeatedly until “SLEEP”
appears in the DVD receiver display.
Rotate MULTI JOG to set the duration (5 to 240 min).
You can set the duration in 5 minutes steps (5 to 60 min),
10 minutes steps (60 to 120 min), or 30 minutes steps (120
to 240 min).
■ To cancel the sleep timer
Press SLEEP repeatedly until “SLEEP” disappears from
the DVD receiver display.
You can also cancel the sleep timer using MULTI JOG.
Press TIMER on the front panel repeatedly until “SLEEP”
appears in the DVD receiver display, and then rotate
MULTI JOG to select “SLEEP-00”.
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CHANGING THE BRIGHTNESS OF THE DISPLAY
CHANGING THE BRIGHTNESS OF THE DISPLAY
You can change the brightness of the DVD receiver display.
STANDBY/ON
Press DIMMER.
Each time you press DIMMER, the brightness of the
display switches between Dimmer on and Dimmer off.
POWER
TV
1
2
5
6
9
0
3
4
7
8
■ To cancel the dimmer mode
DIMMER SLEEP
+
DIMMER
REPEAT
TV CH
A-B
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
MODE PTY SEEK START
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
GUI
MENU
ENTER
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
TV VOL
+
VOLUME
MUTE
–
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
SUBTITLE ANGLE
18
+
NIGHT
ZOOM
TUNER
AUDIO
Press DIMMER again.
CHANGING DVD SETTING ON THE TV (OSD MENU)
CHANGING DVD SETTING ON THE TV
(OSD MENU)
You can change various settings for DVD playback using the OSD (on-screen display) menu displayed on the TV screen
connected to the DVD receiver. For details on the available menu items, refer to “OSD guide” (page 20).
Operating the OSD menu
STANDBY/ON
POWER
1
Press DVD/CD and then press SET UP to
display the OSD menu on the TV screen.
2
Press
or
to select a menu item, then
press ENTER repeatedly to select the setting
for the item.
TV
1
2
5
6
9
0
3
4
7
8
- S E T U P -
DIMMER SLEEP
+
REPEAT
LANGUAGE
SUBTITLE
TV TYPE
TVPreferences
SYSTEM
PARENTAL LOCK
DOWN
SAMPLING
Toolbar
DIGITAL OUTPUT
Setup
P-SCAN
SCREEN SAVER
TV INPUT
DivX Code
A-B
TV CH
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
MODE PTY SEEK START
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
GUI
3
MENU
BASIC
OPERATION
TV INPUT
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
Features
4 : 3 PS
NTSC
Picture
LEVEL 7
OFF
RAW
OFF
ON
NORMAL RCA
XXXXXXXX
Press SET UP to exit the OSD menu.
ENTER
ENTER
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
SET UP
TV VOL
+
VOLUME
MUTE
+
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
TUNER
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
DVD/CD
AUDIO
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CHANGING DVD SETTING ON THE TV (OSD MENU)
OSD guide
Menu
Function
LANGUAGE
Sets the language for the OSD menu and messages. Select a setting from English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, and
Simplified Chinese. Simplified Chinese is available only for General model. This setting also changes the language for
audio. If the selected language is not available on the DVD, one of the actual recorded language is automatically selected.
SUBTITLE
Sets the language for subtitle. Select a setting from off, English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, etc. If the selected
language is not available on the DVD, one of the actual recorded language is automatically selected.
TV TYPE
Sets the screen aspect of your TV. Select a setting from “4:3 PS” (4:3 Pan&Scan), “4:3 LB” (4:3 Letter Box) and “16:9”.
TV SYSTEM
Sets the video signal system of your TV to “PAL”, “NTSC” or “AUTO”.
When using a TV compatible with both NTSC and PAL, set this to “AUTO”.
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You can change the video signal system by pressing GUI when the OSD menu is displayed.
Notes
• If you play a PAL-formatted disc with the “NTSC” setting or an NTSC-formatted disc with the “PAL” setting, the
video quality may deteriorate.
• Depending on the video format, the “AUTO” setting may not work properly. In this case, try the “NTSC” or “PAL” setting.
PARENTAL
LOCK
Sets the restriction level for the DVD playback.
Some DVD discs contain a restriction level which enables parents to remove scenes or prevent playback of discs by
children. You can change a password to prevent children from changing a level.
<PASSWORD>
Use the number buttons to change the “PARENTAL LOCK” settings.
The default password is set to “1234”.
<RATING>
UNLOCK: “PARENTAL LOCK” is disabled.
LEVEL 1 to 7: The lower the level, the stricter the restrictions.
ADULT: Select this when you want to play all DVDs.
<CHANGE PASSWORD>
Enter a new password in both the “NEW PASSWORD” field and the “CONFIRM PASSWORD” field.
DOWN
SAMPLING
Sets the LPCM 48 kHz down sampling to “OFF” or “ON”.
OFF: The audio signal output from the DIGITAL OPTICAL OUT jack is not down sampled.
ON: The audio signal output from the DIGITAL OPTICAL OUT jack is down sampled to LPCM 48 kHz.
DIGITAL
OUTPUT
Sets the output signal of the DIGITAL OPTICAL OUT jack to “RAW” or “PCM”.
RAW: Outputs all types of digital signal that the DVD receiver can produce.
PCM: Converts the signal (except for DTS sources) to PCM before outputting it.
Note
Signals are not output from the speakers or AUX OUT jacks during playback of DTS sources.
P-SCAN
Sets the output signal of the VIDEO OUT COMPONENT jacks.
OFF: Interlace signals are output from the VIDEO OUT COMPONENT jacks.
ON: Progressive signals are output from the VIDEO OUT COMPONENT jacks.
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You can turn on or off the Progressive Scan mode by pressing ZOOM when the OSD menu is displayed.
SCREEN
SAVER
Sets the screen saver function (page 22).
ON: The screen saver works.
OFF: The screen saver does not work.
TV INPUT
(U.K and Europe models only)
Switches the input signals when the input source is set to TV between signals input at the TV IN jacks and signals
input at AV terminal.
NORMAL RCA: Signals input at the TV IN jacks are reproduced.
SCART: Signals input at the AV terminal are reproduced.
DivX Code
The DivX®VOD (Video On Demand) registration code appears.
Use this registration code to purchase or rent the videos from DivX®VOD service at www.divx.com/vod. Follow the
instructions and download the video onto a CD-R/RW for playback on this receiver. Note that all the videos downloaded
from DivX®VOD can only be played back on this receiver. For more information, go to www.divx.com/vod.
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SUPPORTED DISC TYPES
SUPPORTED DISC TYPES
You can enjoy movie or music discs with the DVD receiver. Since some DVD receiver disc operations are limited to
specific disc types, the supported disc types are indicated using the icons shown below. Each icon means that the
operation is limited to the corresponding disc type. For information on supported disc standards and disc usage notes,
refer to “Disc Information” (page 48) and “Handling a disc” (page 49). Operations with no icon indicated are available
for all disc types.
DVD video
Video CD
Music CD
DVD-V
VCD
CD
About MP3, WMA, DivX® and JPEG discs
Root
Album (Folder)
Track (File)
What is MP3?
“MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3)” is a standard technology
and format for compressing an audio sequence into a
small-sized file. However it preserves the original level of
sound quality when it is played.
Notes
• Depending on recording conditions such as recording software
settings, the DVD receiver may not be able to play the disc or
play tracks in the order they were recorded.
• The DVD receiver is compatible with a bit rate range of 32, 64,
96, 128, 192, 256 or 320 kbps and variable bit encoded MP3
files.
• The DVD receiver is compatible with a sampling frequency of
16, 32, 44.1, or 48 kHz.
BASIC
OPERATION
You can play MP3, WMA and DivX® files recorded on a
CD-R or CD-RW with similar uses as a music CD or a
DVD. The DVD receiver regards folders in the disc as
albums, and files as tracks (as shown below). Also you can
play JPEG picture files recorded on a CD-R or CD-RW.
For details about how to play these files, refer to
“ENJOYING MULTIMEDIA FILES ON DISCS”
(page 32).
What is WMA?
“WMA (Windows Media Audio)” is a Microsoft file format for
encoding digital audio files similar to MP3 though can compress
files at a higher rate than MP3.
What is JPEG?
“JPEG” is a compression format for still images. With
only a slight drop in image quality (part of the data is
removed), still image data can be compressed to
approximately 1/10 to 1/100 of its original size.
Note
This unit does not support the progressive JPEG format.
What is DivX®?
“DivX®” is a video compression technology developed by
DivX® Networks, Inc. It compresses digital video data to
sizes small enough to be transported over the Internet
without reducing the original video quality. You need
DivX® codec software to play back DivX® movies or
convert data to the DivX® format.
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BASIC PLAYBACK OPERATIONS
BASIC PLAYBACK OPERATIONS
Follow the procedures below to carry out basic disc playback operations. The DVD receiver also provides various useful
functions for disc playback. For details, refer to “USEFUL PLAYBACK OPERATIONS” (page 23).
■ To pause playback
STANDBY/ON
Press e.
To return to normal playback, press p.
POWER
TV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
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Number
buttons
DIMMER SLEEP
+
REPEAT
A-B
TV CH
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
MODE PTY SEEK START
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
b
GUI
MENU
s
e
■ To fast reverse or fast forward
a
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h
To fast reverse, press and hold b. To fast forward, press and
hold a.
Once fast reverse or fast forward starts, you can change the speed
(2X, 4X, 8X, or 20X) by pressing b or a repeatedly. Press
p to resume the normal playback.
ENTER
TOP MENU
■ To start playback
Press p.
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• If you do not perform any operations for 180 minutes after a
menu screen appears on your TV, the DVD receiver turns into
the screen saver mode. To cancel the screen saver mode, press
any button. If you do not perform any operations for 30 minutes
after the DVD receiver turns into the screen saver mode, the
DVD receiver turns into the standby mode.
•
If you do not perform any operations for 15 minutes after you
stop or pause the disc playback, the DVD receiver turns into the
screen saver mode. To cancel the screen saver mode, press any
button. If you do not perform any operations for 30 minutes after
the DVD receiver turns into the screen saver mode, the DVD
receiver turns into the standby mode.
CD You can play back the first 10 seconds of each track by
pressing and holding p. Press p again to play back the
current track.
Note
The speakers do not produce any sound if you fast
forward/reverse while playing a Dolby Digital disc.
■ To skip chapters (tracks)
To skip to the start of the current chapter (track), press
b.
To skip to the next chapter (track), press a.
To skip to the previous chapter (track), quickly press b
twice.
■ To stop playback
Note
Press s.
The Skip feature may not work properly when using Playback
Control (page 27) to play a video CD.
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Whenever you stop playback, the DVD receiver automatically
memorizes the stopping position, and “RESUME” appears in the
front panel display. If you press h, playback resumes from
where it left off.
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■ To specify a track for playback
VCD
CD
Use the number buttons to enter the track number you
want to play and then press p.
To enter 2-digit number, press a number button for the
second digit place, then press a number button for the first
digit place.
USEFUL PLAYBACK OPERATIONS
USEFUL PLAYBACK OPERATIONS
You can enjoy movie or music discs with various useful features on the DVD receiver. For information on basic disc
playback operations, refer to “BASIC PLAYBACK OPERATIONS” (page 22).
Customizing playback order
(Program Play)
You can customize the playback order. You can also
display the playback order or clear all Program Play
contents after customizing the playback order.
1
Press DVD/CD, then press PROG while the
disc playback is stopped.
The “Program Input” screen appears on the TV
screen.
2
Press number buttons to enter a track or title/
chapter pair to be programmed.
3
/
field.
4
Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you store all desired
tracks.
You can store up to 12 tracks or title/chapter pairs.
5
Press
/
/ /
to select “Play
Program” and then press ENTER.
The “PROG” indicator lights up in the DVD receiver
display, the OSD menu disappears, and Program Play
starts automatically. If playback does not start
automatically, press p.
Note
To customize playback order, turn on the TV connected to the
DVD receiver.
STANDBY/ON
POWER
TV
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Number
buttons
DIMMER SLEEP
+
REPEAT
TV CH
A-B
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
PROG
MODE PTY SEEK START
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
GUI
/
to move the cursor to the next
BASIC
OPERATION
1
/
MENU
Note
The program play function is not available when the video CD
Playback control feature is turned on.
ENTER
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
TV VOL
ENTER
+
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VOLUME
MUTE
+
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
TUNER
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
You can play the programmed tracks repeatedly (page 25).
DVD/CD
AUDIO
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USEFUL PLAYBACK OPERATIONS
Playing back randomly
(Random Play)
Press RANDOM.
The “RANDOM” indicator lights up in the DVD receiver
display.
You can shuffle tracks or chapters.
■ To cancel Random Play
Press RANDOM again.
Notes
• Random Play may not work depending on DVD disc types.
• If you press a during random playback, the next track or
chapter will be randomly selected and played. If you press
b, the currently played track or chapter will be played from
the beginning. A track or chapter cannot be replayed during
random playback.
STANDBY/ON
POWER
TV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DIMMER SLEEP
9
0
+
REPEAT
TV CH
A-B
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
MODE PTY SEEK START
b
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
GUI
MENU
ENTER
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
TV VOL
+
VOLUME
MUTE
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
SUBTITLE ANGLE
24
+
ZOOM
TUNER
AUDIO
RANDOM
a
USEFUL PLAYBACK OPERATIONS
Playing back repeatedly
(Repeat Play)
You can repeat single chapter (track), single title, or entire
disc. Also, you can set two points (start and end points) to
repeat the specified section of a title (track) with A-B
Repeat (page 26).
Notes
• Repeat Play may not work depending on DVD disc types.
• Repeat Play does not work while playing back a video CD using
the Playback control feature (page 27).
1
Play back the disc, title, chapter or track you
want to repeat.
For details, refer to “BASIC PLAYBACK
OPERATIONS” (page 22).
2
Press REPEAT repeatedly.
The REPEAT indicator ( ) lights up in the DVD
receiver display.
Each time you press REPEAT, the indicator in the
DVD receiver display changes as follows:
DVD-V
The CHAP indicator flashes
(Repeat Play for currently playing chapter)
STANDBY/ON
POWER
TV
1
2
5
6
9
0
3
4
7
8
The TITLE indicator flashes
(Repeat Play for currently playing title)
DIMMER SLEEP
REPEAT
A-B
TV CH
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
MODE PTY SEEK START
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
GUI
REPEAT
VCD
CD
S
(Repeat Play for currently playing track)
MENU
ENTER
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
TV VOL
+
The REPEAT indicator turns off
(Normal playback)
BASIC
OPERATION
+
VOLUME
MUTE
+
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
TUNER
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
AUDIO
F
(Repeat Play for currently playing disc)
The REPEAT indicator turns off
(Normal playback)
■ To cancel Repeat Play
Press REPEAT repeatedly until the REPEAT indicator
turns off.
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USEFUL PLAYBACK OPERATIONS
■ To repeat between two points
(A-B Repeat)
1
Play back the title or track that includes the
section you want to repeat.
For details, refer to “BASIC PLAYBACK
OPERATIONS” (page 22).
2
At the position where you want to set as the
start point of the repeat section, press A-B.
The“
A-” indicator lights up in the DVD receiver
display.
3
At the position where you want to set as the
end point of the repeat section, press A-B
again.
A-B Repeat starts.
The “
A-B” indicator lights up in the DVD
receiver display.
You can repeat the specified section of a title (track) by
setting two points (start and end points).
Notes
• A-B Repeat may not work depending on DVD disc types.
• You can use A-B Repeat only within one title (track).
STANDBY/ON
POWER
TV
1
2
5
6
9
0
3
4
7
8
DIMMER SLEEP
+
REPEAT
A-B
TV CH
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
A-B
MODE PTY SEEK START
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
GUI
MENU
ENTER
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
TV VOL
+
VOLUME
MUTE
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
TUNER
SUBTITLE ANGLE
26
+
ZOOM
AUDIO
■ To cancel A-B Repeat
Press A-B again.
The “
A-B” indicator turns off, and A-B Repeat is
canceled.
USEFUL PLAYBACK OPERATIONS
Operating disc menus (DVD menu/
Video CD Playback Control)
Many DVDs and video CDs include original navigational
menus called “DVD menus” and “video CD Playback
Control menus”. These menus provide a convenient way
to operate the disc. Follow the procedure below to use a
DVD menu or video CD Playback Control with the DVD
receiver.
■ To operate the video CD Playback
Control menu VCD
If you play back a video CD that includes the Playback
Control feature, the menu automatically appears on the
TV screen. To operate the Playback Control feature with
the remote control, use the following buttons.
STANDBY/ON
TV
Note
Menu contents or operation method of each disc may vary. For
information about the disc you are using, refer to the operating
instructions in the disc’s menu or on its jacket.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
+
REPEAT
A-B
TV CH
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
b
GUI
a
MENU
MENU
ENTER
ENTER
ENTER
TV VOL
+
VOLUME
MUTE
+
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
–
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
TUNER
AUDIO
SET UP
TOP MENU
/RETURN
TOP MENU/
RETURN
MENU: Turns on or off the Playback Control feature.
Number buttons: Selects an item.
a: Moves to the next screen.
b or TOP MENU/RETURN: Returns to the previous
screen.
BASIC
OPERATION
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
1
Number
buttons
MODE PTY SEEK START
MENU
MENU
1
DIMMER SLEEP
■ To operate the DVD menu DVD-V
GUI
POWER
Press MENU.
The DVD menu appears on the TV screen.
y
Depending on the disc, the DVD menu may automatically appear
after the disc is loaded.
2
Press
/
/ /
then press ENTER.
to select a menu item,
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SELECTING AUDIO, SUBTITLE AND ANGLE
SELECTING AUDIO, SUBTITLE AND ANGLE
DVD-V
You can select audio and subtitle languages for DVD playback. You can also select a viewing angle for DVD playback.
Note
This selection is available only with multi-language or multi-angle compatible discs. For information about the disc you are using, refer
to the operating instructions in the disc’s menu or on its jacket.
Selecting Audio and Subtitle
Languages
Selecting a Viewing Angle
TV VOL
+
TV VOL
+
–
+
TV
DVD/CD
AUX
SUBTITLE ANGLE
–
–
NIGHT
ZOOM
28
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
ZOOM
TUNER
AUDIO
ANGLE
AUDIO
AUDIO
While playing a disc or pausing, press AUDIO or
SUBTITLE repeatedly to select the language you
want to use for audio or subtitle.
The audio language or subtitle language appears on the
TV screen.
■ To turn off the subtitle
NIGHT
SUBTITLE ANGLE
TUNER
SUBTITLE
Select “Off”.
+
VOLUME
MUTE
EQ
DIRECT
VOLUME
MUTE
While playing a disc, press ANGLE repeatedly to
select the viewing angle.
ZOOMING IMAGES
ZOOMING IMAGES
DVD-V
You can zoom in a specified part of picture during DVD or video CD playback.
STANDBY/ON
1
While playing a disc or pausing, press
ZOOM.
The current zoom setting appears on the TV screen.
2
Press ZOOM repeatedly to select the
zooming scale.
Each time you press ZOOM, the zooming changes as
follows:
POWER
TV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
DIMMER SLEEP
+
REPEAT
A-B
TV CH
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
MODE PTY SEEK START
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
1
2
GUI
MENU
3
ENTER
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
+
4
BASIC
OPERATION
TV VOL
VOLUME
MUTE
Zoom Off
+
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
■ To return to the original scale
DIRECT
AUX
TUNER
Select “Zoom Off”.
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
y
AUDIO
ZOOM
You can also zoom VCD, JPEG and DivX® images.
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USING GUI
USING GUI
You can view various information of the currently played disc on the TV screen and specify an elapsed time where you
want to start playback.
1
STANDBY/ON
POWER
TV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Number
buttons
While playing a disc or pausing, press GUI.
The disc type, elapsed time, remaining time, title/
chapter/track information, angle information, audio
information, subtitle information and bitrate are
displayed.
DIMMER SLEEP
+
REPEAT
TV CH
–
Title 1/5
PROG
Audio
MODE PTY SEEK START
GUI
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
GUI
ENTER
TOP MENU
/RETURN
TV VOL
+
1/1
q 6ch Eng
Off
7.168Mbps
2
Press GUI again.
The elapsed time input screen appears.
3
Use the number buttons to enter the elapsed
time where you want to start playback and
then press ENTER.
If you press GUI without pressing the number
buttons, the elapsed time input screen disappears.
+
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
TUNER
SUBTITLE ANGLE
30
Bitrate
1/3
VOLUME
MUTE
NIGHT
–
Preferred Sub
02:07:27
CHAPTER 4/52 Angle
MENU
SET UP
ENTER
00:08:32
DVD VIDEO
A-B
FREQ/TEXT
ZOOM
AUDIO
ENJOYING HIGH-QUALITY VIDEO (NTSC/PROGRESSIVE SCAN)
ENJOYING HIGH-QUALITY VIDEO
(NTSC/PROGRESSIVE SCAN) DVD-V
Progressive Scan is video that represent a frame with one pass of sequential scan lines whereas interlace output video,
which is usually adopted for most TVs, represents a frame with two passes. Progressive Scan provides better video
quality by reducing picture noises. To enjoy DVDs with Progressive Scan, you need to connect the DVD receiver to a TV
that has component video input jacks compatible with Progressive Scan. For details on connections, refer to “Other
connection methods” (page 9).
■ To turn on the Progressive Scan mode
GUI
While disc playback is stopped, press SET UP to
display the OSD menu and then press ZOOM.
The Progressive Scan mode is activated and the
“PROGRESSIVE” indicator lights up in the DVD
receiver display.
MENU
ENTER
SET UP
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
TV VOL
+
VOLUME
MUTE
+
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
TUNER
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
■ To turn off the Progressive Scan mode
While disc playback is stopped, press SET UP to
display the OSD menu and then press ZOOM.
y
AUDIO
ZOOM
• When the Progressive Scan mode is off, the DVD receiver
provides video with interlace output mode.
• During playback, you cannot switch between the Progressive
Scan mode and the interlace output mode.
BASIC
OPERATION
–
Notes
• If you play video with a 4:3 aspect ratio on a 16:9 wide television screen, Progressive Scan may fill the screen top to bottom. In this
case, change the screen aspect setting of your TV with the OSD menu (page 19). If you cannot adjust the ratio, press SET UP to
display the OSD menu and then press ZOOM to turn off the Progressive Scan mode (use the interlace output mode).
• CONSUMERS SHOULD NOTE THAT NOT ALL HIGH DEFINITION TELEVISION SETS ARE FULLY COMPATIBLE WITH
THIS PRODUCT AND MAY CAUSE ARTIFACTS TO BE DISPLAYED IN THE PICTURE. IN CASE OF 525 PROGRESSIVE
SCAN PICTURE PROBLEMS, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT YOU SWITCH THE CONNECTION TO THE “STANDARD
DEFINITION” OUTPUT. IF THERE ARE QUESTIONS REGARDING YOUR VIDEO MONITOR COMPATIBILITY WITH THIS
UNIT, PLEASE CONTACT OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER.
• This unit is compatible with the complete line of projectors and plasma displays made by YAMAHA.
For U.K. and Europe models only
When the RGB/YUV selector switch (page 9) is set to “RGB”, Progressive Scan is not available.
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ENJOYING MULTIMEDIA FILES ON DISCS
ENJOYING MULTIMEDIA FILES ON DISCS
This DVD receiver can play MP3, WMA, DivX® and JPEG files on a personally recorded CD-R/RW disc or commercial
CD.
1
STANDBY/ON
POWER
TV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Load a disc in the disc tray.
The disc menu appears on the TV screen.
00:00:06
Number
buttons
REPEAT
TV CH
Pat
1
MP3
MP3
impressions.MP3
2
WMA
MP3
one_for_rose.MP3
3
MP3
sunny.MP3
4
JPEG
DIMMER SLEEP
+
..
ROOT
A-B
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
s
MODE PTY SEEK START
b
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
GUI
e
Artist: Baiyina
Year: 2005
Comment: Fast
Song: Impressions
Album: Blueprint
Genre: Jazz
a
MENU
The disc reading time may exceed 30 seconds due to
the complexity of the directory/file configuration.
MENU
ENTER
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
ENTER
TV VOL
+
2
Press
/
to select a desired folder and
press ENTER to open the folder.
To move to the upper folder, select the folder icon
with two dots.
3
Press
/
to select a file and press
ENTER to confirm.
Playback will start from the selected file to the end of
the folder.
When you select a JPEG file, a slide show of the
current folder automatically begins. Press e to pause
the slide show or press s to display the list screen.
To select the previous/next file, press b / a.
VOLUME
MUTE
+
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
TUNER
AUDIO
ZOOM
y
• You can select a file by pressing number buttons.
• Depending on the JPEG CD, you can display the thumbnail
screen by pressing MENU. Press b / a to move to the
previous/next pages, and then press
/
/
/
and
ENTER to select a picture to be displayed in full screen.
• You can rotate the displayed image by pressing
/
/
when a picture is displayed in full screen.
• You can zoom and pan the displayed image by pressing ZOOM
and then
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/
/
/
when the slide show is paused.
TUNING RADIO STATIONS
The DVD receiver provides several methods for tuning AM/FM radio stations, such as Auto Tuning, Manual Tuning and
Preset Tuning. Follow the procedure below to tune your favorite radio stations.
About the display
1
2
ST
3
4
5
1 ST indicator
Lights up when receiving a strong FM radio signal.
Because the interstation frequency spacing differs in
different areas, you may need to switch the frequency step
mode.
North, Central and South America:
100 kHz/10 kHz
Follow the procedures below to set the frequency steps.
While the DVD receiver is set to the standby mode, press
and hold both SOUND and INPUT on the front panel,
then press and hold STANDBY/ON on the front panel for
4 seconds or longer.
The frequency step mode will be set to 100 kHz/10 kHz.
BASIC
OPERATION
2
indicator
Lights up when receiving a strong radio signal.
■ To switch the frequency step
(General model only)
INPUT
3 Preset number
Displays the preset number (page 36).
4 Band
Displays the band (AM or FM).
INPUT
5 Frequency
Displays the frequency.
MULTI JOG
PUSH-ENTER
STANDBY/ON
PHONES
TIMER
DISPLAY
SOUND
MODE
VOLUME
Tuning radio stations
automatically (Auto Tuning)
If the radio wave reception is strong in your area, Auto
Tuning is a quick and useful way to tune radio stations.
1
2
Press INPUT on the front panel repeatedly to
select AM or FM.
Each time you press the button, the mode changes
between “AM” and “FM”.
Press MODE to select “TUNING MODE” and
then rotate MULTI JOG clockwise quickly.
The DVD receiver automatically detects radio
stations that have strong signals for your selection.
y
You can switch the tuning mode for FM radio stations. Press e
on the remote control to switch the tuning mode between stereo
and mono.
MULTI JOG
MODE
Tuning radio stations manually
(Manual Tuning)
If the radio wave reception is weak in your area, tune radio
stations manually.
1
Press INPUT on the front panel repeatedly to
select “AM” or “FM”.
2
Press MODE to select “TUNING MODE” and
then rotate MULTI JOG to adjust the
frequency.
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TUNING RADIO STATIONS
■ To switch frequency and Radio Data
System modes
Selecting preset radio stations
(Preset Tuning)
If you preset your favorite radio stations with Auto Preset
(page 36) or Manual Preset (page 36) on the DVD
receiver, you can tune the radio stations simply by
selecting the preset number.
While receiving an FM Radio Data System
station, press DISPLAY.
Each time you press the button, the mode changes as
follows:
PS
STANDBY/ON
POWER
TV
1
2
5
6
3
4
7
8
PTY
RT
Number
buttons
DIMMER SLEEP
9
CT
0
+
REPEAT
A-B
TV CH
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
About information type
The Radio Data System includes the following types of
information.
MODE PTY SEEK START
PRESET
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
u
PRESET
GUI
d
MENU
Use the number buttons or press PRESET u / d
repeatedly to select the preset number of the
radio station you want to listen to.
y
You can also select preset radio stations by rotating MULTI JOG
on the front panel.
Receiving FM Radio Data System
stations
(U.K. and Europe models only)
The Radio Data System is a transmission system for FM
stations used mainly in the U.K. and Europe. The Radio
Data System transmissions include various types of
information such as PS (Program Service), PTY (Program
Type), RT (Radio Text), and CT (Clock Time). Follow the
procedure below to receive FM stations by the Radio Data
System transmissions on the DVD receiver.
+
TV CH
PTY SEEK
MODE
PRESET
d
–
A-B
FREQ/TEXT
PROG
MODE PTY SEEK START
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
FREQ/TEXT
PTY SEEK
START
PRESET
GUI
34
REPEAT
MENU
u
• PS (Program Service)
Displays the station name.
• PTY (Program Type)
Displays the program type (genre).
• RT (Radio Text)
Displays text information related to the Radio Data
System broadcast. (Shows an under bar for a nonidentifiable character.)
• CT (Clock Time)
Displays the current time. (Shows the message “CT
WAIT” when time data cannot be received properly.)
Notes
• The available Radio Data System information types vary
depending on the station.
• If the FM Radio Data System station’s signal transmission is
too weak, the DVD receiver may not be able to receive Radio
Data System information completely. In particular, RT (Radio
Text) information uses a lot of bandwidth, so it may not be
available even when other modes are selectable.
• The Radio Data System information may not transmit under
weak radio wave conditions. In this case, press e on the remote
control to let the DVD receiver’s radio wave reception mode
automatically change to the monaural mode to increase the
signal quality.
TUNING RADIO STATIONS
■ To select stations by program type
(genre)
You can tune FM Radio Data System stations by selecting
a program type (genre). Once you select a program type,
the DVD receiver automatically searches for FM Radio
Data System stations currently broadcasting the
corresponding programs.
1
Press FREQ/TEXT (PROG) repeatedly to
select PTY.
Each time you press FREQ/TEXT, the display
changes as follows:
PS
PTY
RT
CT
BASIC
OPERATION
Radio Data System mode off
2
Press PTY SEEK MODE.
The program type you selected last time appears in
the DVD receiver display.
3
Press PRESET u / d to select the program
type you want to listen to.
4
Press PTY SEEK START.
The DVD receiver starts searching for preset Radio
Data System stations.
■ To cancel PTY SEEK MODE
Press PTY SEEK START.
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PRESETTING RADIO STATIONS
PRESETTING RADIO STATIONS
You can preset your favorite radio stations to tune the stations simply by selecting the preset number. The DVD receiver can
store up to 20 AM stations and 30 FM stations in its memory.
Presetting radio stations
automatically (Auto Preset)
Presetting radio stations manually
(Manual Preset)
Follow the procedure below to preset radio stations
automatically.
Follow the procedure below to preset radio stations
manually.
INPUT
INPUT
MULTI JOG
PUSH-ENTER
MULTI JOG
PUSH-ENTER
STANDBY/ON
STANDBY/ON
PHONES
TIMER
DISPLAY
SOUND
PHONES
MODE
TIMER
DISPLAY
SOUND
MODE
VOLUME
VOLUME
MULTI JOG
Press and hold MULTI JOG for 3 seconds or
longer.
Auto preset starts at the lowest frequency toward the
highest frequency.
The DVD receiver automatically applies a preset number
to each detected stations.
MULTI JOG
1
Tune the radio station you want to preset.
For details, refer to “TUNING RADIO STATIONS”
(page 33).
2
Press MULTI JOG.
The MEMORY indicator blinks in the DVD receiver
display for about 5 seconds.
3
Within 4 seconds, rotate MULTI JOG to select
the preset number (1 to 20 for AM, 1 to 30 for
FM) to where you want to store the currently
selected station.
4
Press MULTI JOG.
Note
You can preset up to 20 AM stations and 30 FM stations with
Auto Preset.
y
You can delete the currently selected preset station by pressing
s. You can also delete all the preset stations by pressing and
holding s for 3 seconds or longer.
y
You can delete the currently selected preset station by pressing
s. You can also delete all the preset stations by pressing and
holding s for 3 seconds or longer.
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PRESETTING RADIO STATIONS
Editing the name of preset radio
stations
Follow the procedure below to edit the name of preset
radio stations.
INPUT
MULTI JOG
PUSH-ENTER
STANDBY/ON
PHONES
TIMER
DISPLAY
SOUND
MODE
VOLUME
MULTI JOG
MODE
Select the preset radio station you want to
edit the name.
For details, refer to “Selecting preset radio stations
(Preset Tuning)” (page 34).
2
Press and hold MODE for more than 4
seconds.
The cursor flashes in the DVD receiver display.
3
Rotate MULTI JOG to select a character, then
press MULTI JOG to enter the character.
The cursor moves to the next.
You can enter alphabets (A to Z) and numbers
(0 to 9).
To enter a blank space, select “ ” between “Z” and
“0”.
To delete the previously input character, press s. To
delete all the characters, press s for more than 3
seconds.
4
Repeat step 3 until you finish entering.
5
Press MODE.
The name of the preset station is stored.
BASIC
OPERATION
1
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PLAYING BACK EXTERNAL SOURCES
PLAYING BACK EXTERNAL SOURCES
If you connect an external component to DVD receiver, you can enjoy sources played back on that component with DVD
receiver. For details on connection methods, refer to “CONNECTING A TV” (page 9) and “CONNECTING
EXTERNAL COMPONENTS” (page 11). Also, you can operate your TV using the remote control by setting a remote
control code (page 42).
Note
Make sure you read the owner’s manual for your external component before making any connections or operating it.
TV playback
Other component playback
If you connect the TV L/R jacks on the DVD receiver to
the audio output L/R jacks on your TV using an audio pin
cable (page 9), you can enjoy TV sounds with the DVD
receiver.
STANDBY/ON
)
STANDBY/ON
POWER
STANDBY/ON
(
If you connect the AUX IN L/R jacks on the DVD receiver
to the audio output L/R jacks on your component using an
audio cable (page 11), you can enjoy the sources played
back on the component with the DVD receiver.
(
1
2
5
3
6
7
POWER
STANDBY/ON
TV
TV
)
4
1
2
3
4
8
5
6
7
8
9
0
DIMMER SLEEP
DIMMER SLEEP
9
0
–
NIGHT
–
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
TUNER
DIRECT
AUX
TUNER
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
TV
1
Turn on the TV, then press STANDBY/ON
(
) to turn on the DVD receiver.
2
Press TV.
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SUBTITLE ANGLE
AUDIO
ZOOM
AUX
AUDIO
1
Turn on the component, then press
STANDBY/ON (
) to turn on the DVD
receiver.
2
Press AUX.
3
Start playback on the connected component.
RECORDING SOURCES WITH EXTERNAL COMPONENTS
If you connect an external recorder to the DVD receiver, you can record sources played back on the DVD receiver. For
details on the connection methods, refer to “CONNECTING EXTERNAL COMPONENTS” (page 11).
Note
Make sure you read the manuals for your equipment to operate them.
Recording audio sources with the
DVD receiver
STANDBY/ON
(
If you connect the DIGITAL OPTICAL OUT jack on the
DVD receiver to the optical digital input jack on an
external recorder such as a CD recorder or MD recorder
using optical cables (page 11), you can record audio
sources from the DVD receiver.
)
TV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DIMMER SLEEP
9
Notes
0
+
–
REPEAT
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
TUNER
AUX
TUNER
NIGHT
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
AB
–
AUDIO
Input
selection
buttons
1
Turn on the recorder, then press
STANDBY/ON (
) to turn on the DVD
receiver.
2
Use the Input selection buttons to select the
input source.
3
Start recording on the recorder, then start
playback.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
• Radio stations are not output from the DIGITAL OPTICAL
OUT jack. To record AM/FM broadcasts, use a commercially
available audio cable to connect the AUX OUT L/R jack on the
DVD receiver to the analog input jack on your recorder.
• Be sure to perform a test recording before an actual recording.
• Turning off the external recorder connected to the DVD receiver
may distort playback sounds or reduce the volume. In this case,
turn on the external recorder.
• The volume level and audio quality have no effect on the
recorded sound during recording. However, if the input source
is set to DVD/CD, the output sound for recording may cut off if
the headphones are connected/disconnected.
• Depending on the recorder, some DTS software audio signals
may not record properly.
• Audio recordings that you make cannot be used for any purpose
other than private enjoyment without the consent of the
copyright holder.
POWER
STANDBY/ON
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ADJUSTING SOUNDS
ADJUSTING SOUNDS
You can adjust following sound settings: BASS, TREBLE, L/R BALANCE, EQ MODE, and the DIRECT mode.
INPUT
MULTI JOG
PUSH-ENTER
STANDBY/ON
PHONES
TIMER
DISPLAY
SOUND
MODE
VOLUME
SOUND
MULTI JOG
Note
These settings have no effect on the recorded sound during
recording.
2
Rotate MULTI JOG to adjust each setting.
BASS:
Adjusts the BASS level.
(–10 to +10 dB)
TREBLE:
Adjusts the TREBLE level.
(–10 to +10 dB)
L/R BALANCE: Adjusts the speaker balance.
(L+6 dB to R+6 dB)
EQ MODE:
Selects the equalizer mode.
(ROCK, POP, JAZZ, CLASSIC,
FLAT)
DIRECT:
Turns on/off the DIRECT mode.
When this is set to ON, a sound
comes directly without Digital
Signal Processor (DSP) processing.
3
Press MULTI JOG.
Adjusting Sound Settings
1
Press SOUND repeatedly to select the setting
you want to adjust.
Each time you press SOUND, the display changes as
follows:
BASS
TRE. (TREBLE)
BAL. (L/R BALANCE)
EQ MODE*
DIRECT
*
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The currently selected EQ mode is displayed in the DVD
receiver display.
y
• You can select the EQ MODE by pressing EQ on the remote
control repeatedly.
• You can turn on/off the DIRECT mode by pressing DIRECT on
the remote control.
ADJUSTING SOUNDS
Night listening mode
Since night listening mode tones down large sound effect
and clears speech or vocal sounds, you can enjoy sources
even at low volume.
Press NIGHT.
Each time you press NIGHT, the night listening mode
changes as follows:
NIGHT OFF
NIGHT ON
STANDBY/ON
POWER
TV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
■ To cancel the Night listening mode
Press NIGHT repeatedly to select “NIGHT OFF”.
DIMMER SLEEP
+
REPEAT
A-B
TV CH
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
MODE PTY SEEK START
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
GUI
MENU
ENTER
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
TV VOL
+
VOLUME
MUTE
+
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
TUNER
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
NIGHT
AUDIO
ADVANCED
OPERATION
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CONTROLLING EXTERNAL COMPONENTS
CONTROLLING EXTERNAL COMPONENTS
In addition to controlling this unit, you can operate external components with the remote control for the DVD receiver by
selecting the appropriate remote control code (refer to “LIST OF REMOTE CONTROL CODES” at the end of this
manual).
Note
Depending on the product, the remote control may not be able to operate the external component. In this case, use the remote control
supplied with the product.
Setting remote control codes
You can set a remote control code for TV on the TV
button on the remote control, and a remote control code
for Cable TV or Digital Broadcast Satellite tuner on the
AUX button on the remote control.
STANDBY/ON
1
Press TV or AUX to set the input source of
the DVD receiver to the component you want
to operate with the remote control.
2
While holding down PROG, press TV or AUX,
then while still holding down PROG, press
the number buttons to enter the three-digit
remote control code (refer to “LIST OF
REMOTE CONTROL CODES” at the end of
this manual) for the manufacturer of your
component.
3
Refer to “Available operations” (page 43) and
try one of the button operations for your
component to check that the setting is
working properly.
If the button operation does not work properly, the
remote control code may be incorrect. In this case,
perform step 1 again.
POWER
TV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Number
buttons
DIMMER SLEEP
+
REPEAT
TV CH
A-B
FREQ/TEXT
–
PROG
PROG
MODE PTY SEEK START
TV INPUT
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
GUI
MENU
ENTER
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
TV VOL
+
MUTE
+
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
TUNER
SUBTITLE ANGLE
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Notes
VOLUME
ZOOM
AUDIO
TV
AUX
• Even if you set a remote control code, it will be cleared about
two minutes after the remote control batteries run out. In this
case, store remote control codes again after replacing the
batteries. (Be careful not to press the remote control buttons
while replacing the batteries. Doing so may clear the settings.)
• If the manufacturer of your component has more than one code,
try each of them until you find the correct one.
CONTROLLING EXTERNAL COMPONENTS
Available operations
By carrying out step 1 in “Setting remote control codes”
(page 42), you can operate the following functions on the
external components using the remote control.
STANDBY/ON
POWER
TV
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
STANDBY/ON
POWER
5
TV
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
DIMMER SLEEP
DIMMER SLEEP
9
2
0
+
REPEAT
TV CH
–
3
A-B
FREQ/TEXT
2
+
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
GUI
3
4
+
RANDOM
PRESETd
uPRESET
GUI
MENU
TOP MENU
/RETURN
SET UP
VOLUME
TV VOL
+
+
4
VOLUME
MUTE
+
–
NIGHT
–
–
NIGHT
–
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
EQ
TV
DVD/CD
DIRECT
AUX
DIRECT
AUX
ZOOM
TUNER
AUDIO
Functions for TV operation (TV)
1 Number buttons
Enters a channel number.
2 TV CH +/–
Switches the TV channels.
3 TV INPUT
Switches the TV inputs.
4 TV VOL +/–
Adjusts the TV volume level.
5 POWER TV
Turn the TV on, or set it to the standby mode.
SUBTITLE ANGLE
ZOOM
TUNER
AUDIO
ADVANCED
OPERATION
SUBTITLE ANGLE
6
7
ENTER
TOP MENU
/RETURN
MUTE
PROG
MODE PTY SEEK START
TV INPUT
ENTER
TV VOL
FREQ/TEXT
–
MENU
SET UP
A-B
REPEAT
TV CH
PROG
MODE PTY SEEK START
TV INPUT
5
Functions for Cable TV and Digital
Broadcast Satellite tuner operation (AUX)
1 Number buttons
Enters a channel number.
2 TV CH +/–
Switches the channels.
3 TV INPUT
Switches the TV inputs.
4 TV VOL +/–
Adjusts the TV volume level.
5 POWER TV
Turns the Cable TV or Digital Broadcast Satellite tuner
on, or set it to the standby mode.
7
/
/
/ , ENTER
Operates the OSD menu.
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English
6 MENU
Displays the OSD menu (Digital Broadcast Satellite tuner
only).
TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING
If there is any problem with your DVD receiver system, check the following items. If you cannot solve your problem with
the following remedies or if your problem is not listed below, turn off and unplug the DVD receiver, then consult the
nearest authorized YAMAHA dealer or service center.
General
Problem
Power turns on but
immediately shuts off.
Cause
The power cable may be connected
improperly.
The speaker cable may be shorted.
The DVD receiver may receive a
strong electrical shock such as from a
lightening bolt or excessive static
electricity.
The speakers make no
sound.
The volume may be set to minimum
level.
The Mute function may be enabled.
The input source may be incorrect.
The cables may be connected
improperly.
The disc loaded into the DVD
receiver may be not compatible.
You are playing a DTS source.
The TV shows no picture.
Sound suddenly turns off.
Sound is too low on one
side.
The volume does not
increase or sounds are
distorted.
A source being played back
on the DVD receiver (DVD,
CD, AM/FM broadcast, etc.)
does not record when using
an external component.
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The cables may be connected
improperly.
The sleep timer (page 17) might be
set.
The cables may be connected
improperly.
The power of the equipment
connected to the DVD receiver’s
output jack may be turned off.
You may be trying to make a digital
recording of an AM/FM broadcast.
Solution
Make sure the power cable is plugged
into the outlet firmly (page 12).
Make sure all speaker cables are
connected properly (page 8).
Set the DVD receiver to the Standby
mode, then disconnect the power cable.
Wait for about 30 seconds, then connect
the power cable and turn on the DVD
receiver.
Adjust the volume level (page 15).
Cancel the Mute function (page 15).
Select the correct input source (page
14).
Make sure all cables are connected
properly (page 7).
Make sure you use a disc supported by
the DVD receiver (page 21).
Make a digital connection to a
component that features a DTS decoder
and select “RAW” for “DIGITAL
OUTPUT” with OSD menu (pages 12
and 20).
Make sure all cables are connected
properly (page 9).
Turn on the DVD receiver and play the
source again.
Make sure all cables are connected
properly (page 7).
Turn on the power of the equipment
connected to the DVD receiver’s output
jack.
Use the analog recording method
(pages 11 and 39).
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
The DVD receiver does not
operate properly.
A digital equipment or
high-frequency equipment
produces noises.
Sound played on the DVD
receiver cannot be
recorded with an external
recorder.
The clock setting has
been cleared.
Cause
The DVD receiver may receive a
strong electrical shock, such as from
a lightening bolt or excessive static
electricity, or drop in power supply.
The DVD receiver may be placed
close to the digital equipment or
high-frequency equipment.
You may be trying to make a digital
recording with an analog source.
Solution
Set the DVD receiver to the Standby mode,
then disconnect the power cable. Wait for
about 30 seconds, then connect the power
cable and turn on the DVD receiver.
Place the DVD receiver further away from
such equipment.
The power to the DVD receiver may
be lost more than a week.
Make sure the power cable is plugged into
outlet firmly, then set the clock again
(page 16).
Use proper audio sources.
Remote control
Problem
The remote control does not
work for operating the DVD
receiver.
The remote control does not
work for operating TV.
Cause
The remote control may be operated
outside the remote control operation
range.
The remote control sensor on the
DVD receiver may be exposed to
direct sunlight or lighting (inverted
fluorescent lamps).
The remote control mode selection
may be improper.
The batteries may be worn out.
The remote control code may be
incorrect.
Solution
For information on the remote control
operation range, refer to “USING THE
REMOTE CONTROL” (page 13).
Change the lighting or DVD receiver’s
orientation.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Select the mode that suits your purpose
(page 5).
Replace the batteries with new ones.
(page 13).
Set the correct remote control code
(page 42). Depending on the model and
year of the product, the remote control
may not be able to operate it partly or
wholly. In this case, use the remote
control supplied for the product.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Disc playback
Problem
Some button operations do
not work.
Playback does not start
immediately when pressing
h.
An audio or subtitle
language does not switch.
No subtitles appear.
Cause
Some discs do not support certain
DVD receiver functions.
The disc may not be set in the disc
tray properly.
The disc may be dirty.
The disc loaded into the DVD receiver
may be not compatible.
When moved the DVD receiver from
a cold place to warm one,
condensation may be form on the
disc reading lens.
The disc may not support the multilanguage feature.
The subtitle may be set to “Off”.
A viewing angle does not
switch.
DVD videos cannot be
copied with the VCR.
The disc may not contain subtitle
data.
When using the A-B Repeat function,
the subtitle may not appear at the
parts other than the selected section.
The disc may not support the
multi-angle feature.
You may be trying to copy a
copy-protected DVD.
Picture looks poor.
The TV (monitor) does not
show the picture properly.
The screen size of the TV
(monitor) looks strange.
The TV shows overlapped
picture partly.
The disc is ejected without
an operation.
The message “No Disc”
appears in the DVD receiver
display even though a disc
is inserted.
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In some cases, picture may look poor
while fast forwarding or reversing,
but this is not a defect.
The picture settings may be
improper.
The Progressive Scan mode may be
used with a TV that does not support it.
The picture settings may be
improper.
When the Progressive Scan mode is
activated, image with a 4:3 aspect
ratio are played on a 16:9 wide
television screen.
The disc content does not match the
Progressive Scan mode due to the
editing method or other conditions.
The disc loaded into the DVD receiver
may be not compatible.
The disc may not be set in the disc
tray.
Solution
Set the disc in the disc tray properly.
Wipe the disc clean.
Make sure you use a disc supported by
the DVD receiver (page 21).
Wait for one to two hours, then try
again.
Make sure you use a disc that supports
the multi-language feature.
Select a subtitle language you want to
display (page 28).
Make sure you use a disc with subtitle
data.
Cancel the A-B Repeat function
(page 26).
Make sure you use a disc that supports
the multi-angle feature.
Most commercially available DVDs
include copy protect features. You
cannot make a copy of these DVDs.
Adjust the picture settings with the
OSD menu (page 19).
Turn off the Progressive Scan mode
(page 31).
Adjust the picture settings with the
OSD menu (page 19).
Change “TV TYPE” with the OSD
menu (page 19).
If you cannot adjust the ratio, turn off
the Progressive Scan mode and use the
interlace output mode (page 31).
Turn off the Progressive Scan mode
(page 31).
Make sure you use a disc supported by
the DVD receiver (page 21).
Set the disc in the disc tray properly.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Radio reception
■ FM/AM
Problem
The Preset Tuning function
(page 34) does not work.
The preset station settings
have been cleared.
Cause
The preset (memory) may have been
erased.
The power to the DVD receiver may
be lost more than a week.
Solution
Preset radio stations again (page 36).
Cause
The FM antenna may be connected
improperly.
The radio station you selected may
be far away from your area or radio
wave reception is weak in your area.
Multipath reflection or other radio
interferences may occur.
Solution
Make sure the FM antenna is connected
properly (page 10).
Try Manual Tuning to increase the
signal quality (page 33) or use a
multi-channel outdoor antenna.
Change the antenna’s height, direction,
or placement.
The radio station you selected may
be far away from your area or radio
wave reception is weak in your area.
Try Manual Tuning to increase the
signal quality (page 33) or use a multichannel outdoor antenna.
Cause
The noises may be generated from
atmospheric electricity, lightening,
fluorescent lights, motors, or
thermostat electric devices.
If too much noise is generated
especially in the evening, the DVD
receiver may be placed close to a TV.
The AM loop antenna may be
connected improperly.
The radio station you selected may
be far away from your area or radio
wave reception is weak in your area.
Solution
Connect an outdoor antenna and
establish better grounding to decrease
noises. However, it is difficult to
eliminate these types of noises.
Place the DVD receiver further away
from a TV.
Make sure the power cable is plugged
into outlet firmly, then preset the
stations again (page 36).
■ FM
Problem
Too much noise is
generated during stereo
broadcast.
Even with an outdoor
antenna, radio wave
reception is weak (audio is
distorted).
The Auto Tuning function
(page 33) does not work.
■ AM
Problem
Too much noise is
generated.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
The Auto Tuning function
(page 33) does not work.
Make sure the AM loop antenna is
connected properly (page 10).
Try Manual Tuning to increase the
signal quality (page 33).
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Disc Information
The following tables explain the disc types supported by the DVD receiver.
Video Discs
Type of Disc
Disc Logo Mark
DVD Video
SVCD
(Super Video CD)
DIGITAL VIDEO
Video CD
DIGITAL VIDEO
Video CDs made by copying an MPEG
movie file onto a CD-R or CD-RW
This DVD receiver can play:
– MP3, WMA and picture (Kodak, JPEG) files
recorded on CD-R(W).
– JPEG/ISO 9660 format
– DivX® recorded on CD-R[W]/DVD+R[W]/
DVD-R[W](3.11, 4.x and 5.x)
Destination
Region code of
DVD receiver
U.S.A.
Canada
DVD region codes
The region code (an ID number assigned to each market
region) is set for normal DVD players and DVD video
discs. The DVD receiver supports the discs with the region
codes shown in the right table. For details, read the
information on the disc jacket.
U.K.
Europe
Playable discs
1
1
ALL
2
2
ALL
4
4
ALL
3
3
ALL
Australia
Korea
General
Asia
Music Discs
Type of Disc
Music CD (Compact disc
digital audio)
y
Disc logo marks are printed on the disc and the disc jacket.
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Disc Logo Mark
Music CDs made by copying onto a CD-R or CD-RW (including
MP3 or WMA format files)
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Notes
• The following discs cannot be played on the DVD receiver.
CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, DVD-RAM, CDV. (This product can
play some types of DVD-R (Video format only), DVD-RW
(Video format only), DVD+R or DVD+RW discs.)
• The DVD receiver cannot play a CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R,
DVD-RW, DVD+R or DVD+RW disc that has not been
finalized. Finalizing is a process that prepares a disc for
playback on a compatible device.
• Only use discs from a reputable manufacturer. Some discs
cannot be played back, depending on recording conditions and
disc characteristics.
• Do not use discs with non-standard shapes or sizes.
• Some DVD video or video CD discs may operate and function
differently than noted in this manual. That is by manufacturer
design and not a defect in this unit. For details read the
information on the disc jacket.
• This unit can play the disc types associated with the logos
shown on page 48. (Do not attempt to load any other type of
disc into the unit, or the unit may be damaged.)
• Some discs cannot be played depending on the recording
conditions such as PC environment and application software.
Failure can also result from disc characteristics and condition,
like material quality, scratches or curvature.
Handling a disc
• Do not touch the surface of the
disc. Hold a disc by its edge and
center hole.
• Do not leave a disc in the tray when
you are not playing it.
• Do not write on the disc with a pencil or other marker.
• Do not stick tape, seals or other attachments to a disc, and do
not bring into contact with glue.
• Do not use a protective cover to prevent scratches.
• Do not use a disc whose surface can be printed with a
commercially available label printer.
• Do not put a disc in a place with
direct sunlight, high
Caution
temperature, high humidity or a
lot of dust.
• If a disc becomes dirty, wipe it
with a clean, dry cloth from the
center out to the edge. Do not use
record cleaner or paint thinner.
• To avoid malfunction, do not use a
commercially available lens
cleaner.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
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GLOSSARY
GLOSSARY
Audio formats
Audio information
■ Dolby Digital
■ Dynamic range
Dolby Digital is a digital surround sound system that gives
you completely independent multi-channel audio. With 3
front channels (left, center, and right), and 2 surround
stereo channels, Dolby Digital provides 5 full-range audio
channels. With an additional channel especially for bass
effects, called LFE (low frequency effect), the system has
a total of 5.1-channels (LFE is counted as 0.1 channel).
The DVD receiver downmixes the multi-channel audio to
2 channel so that you can enjoy Dolby Digital sources
easily.
The difference between the smallest sound that can be
heard above the equipment noise and the biggest sound
that can be heard without distortion is the dynamic range.
■ Linear PCM (LPCM)
A signal that is changed to digital format without
compression. A CD is recorded with 16-bit sound at
44.1 kHz, while DVD recording is anywhere from 16 bits
at 48 kHz to 24 bits at 192 kHz, which makes it a higher
quality sound than CD. This signal also has a type called
Packed PCM (P.PCM) that can be compressed without any
loss of data.
■ Sampling frequency and quantized bit
rate
When converting an analog signal to digital, the number of
times the signal is sampled per second is called the
sampling frequency, while the degree of fineness when
converting the sound level into a numeric value is called
the quantized bit rate.
The frequency band that can be played back is determined
by the sampling rate, while the dynamic range expressing
the difference in sound level is determined by the
quantized bit rate. In principle, the higher the sampling
rate, the wider the frequency range that can be played
back, and the higher the quantized bit rate, the finer the
sound that can be reproduced.
■ Track (CD/Video CD)
A CD or Video CD can be divided into a number of
segments (tracks). Each division is called a title number.
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GLOSSARY
Video signal information
■ Component video signal
With the component video signal system, the video signal
is separated into the Y signal for the luminance and the PB
and PR signals for the chrominance. Color can be
reproduced more faithfully with this system because each
of these signals is independent. The component signal is
also called the “color difference signal” because the
luminance signal is subtracted from the color signal.
■ Decoder
Copyright and logo marks
This product incorporates copyright protection technology
that is protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents
and other intellectual property rights owned by
Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of
this copyright protection technology must be authorized
by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for home and
other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise
authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
A device that converts encoded data on DVD and other
media back to its original audio or video signal.
■ Film and video data
In general, DVD media can be classified into the 2 types
below.
• Film Data
Video recorded at 24 frames/second. (The film used for
shooting movies is recorded at 24 frames/second.)
Recently 30 frames/second progressive video has made
its debut.
• Video Data
Video recorded at 30 frames/second.
DVD receiver will automatically recognize whether the
source recorded on DVD is film or video, then select the
best method to convert it into progressive output.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
“DTS” and “DTS DIGITAL OUT” are trademarks of
Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
MPEG Layer-3 audio decoding technology licensed from
Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson multimedia.
■ Interlace and progressive outputs
Up to now the standard video signal has been NTSC with
525i (i: interlaced) scan lines. In contrast, 525p
(p: progressive) is a high-density signal with double the
number of scan lines.
■ NTSC
“DivX”, “DivX Certified”, and associated logos are trademarks of
DivXNetworks, Inc and are used under license.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
NTSC is a video signal system (525 lines, 30 frames per
second) used in North America, Central America, a
number of South American countries, and some Asian
countries, including Japan.
■ PAL
PAL is a video signal system (625 lines, 25 frames per
second) used in the United Kingdom, much of the rest of
western Europe, several South American countries, some
Middle East and Asian countries, several African
countries, Australia, New Zealand, and other Pacific
island countries.
■ Title, Chapter (DVD Video)
DVD video lets you divide a disc in a big way by titles or a
small way by chapters. Each division is either called a title
number or a chapter number.
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SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
AMPLIFIER SECTION
GENERAL
• Minimum RMS output power per channel (20 kHz Factory LPF)
(6 Ω , 1 kHz, 0.18% THD)....................................... 20 W + 20 W
• Maximum RMS output power per channel (20 kHz Factory LPF)
(6 Ω , 1 kHz, 10% THD).......................................... 30 W + 30 W
• Total Harmonic Distortion
AUX etc (1 Channel Driven, 1 kHz) ..................... less than 0.08%
• Input sensitivity/Impedance
AUX etc................................................................... 300 mV/47 kΩ
• Frequency Response
AUX etc.......................................................10 Hz to 22 kHz ±3dB
• Signal to Noise ratio
(20 kHz Factory LPF, IHF-A network, Shorted)
AUX etc (0 dB Input).............................................................93 dB
• Power Supply
U.S.A. and Canada models.................................. AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Australia model ................................................... AC 240 V, 50 Hz
U.K. and Europe models ..................................... AC 230 V, 50 Hz
Korea model......................................................... AC 220 V, 60 Hz
Asia model.............................................. AC 220–240 V, 50/60 Hz
General model ........................................ AC 110–120 V, 50/60 Hz
• Power consumption ................................................................... 30 W
• Standby Power consumption
U.S.A. and Canada models.................................................... 0.9 W
Australia model ..................................................................... 1.1 W
U.K. and Europe models ....................................................... 1.0 W
Korea model........................................................................... 1.0 W
Asia model............................................................................. 1.1 W
General model ....................................................................... 0.9 W
• Laser Pickup
Type ..................................................Semiconductor laser GaAIAs
Wave length ............................650 nm (DVD), 790 nm (VCD/CD)
Output Power .................... 1.45 mW (DVD), 1.13 mW (VCD/CD)
• Dimensions (W x H x D).............................215 x 112.8 x 295.9 mm
(8.46 x 4.44 x 11.65 inch)
• Weight.....................................................................................2.65 kg
(5.84 lbs)
• Operating Temperature Range.................... +5 to +35ºC (41 to 95ºF)
• Operating Humidity Range...................5 to 90% (No Condensation)
VIDEO SECTION
• Video Signal Level
Video ...........................................................................1 Vp-p/75 Ω
Component ........................................................... 1 Vp-p/75 Ω (Y)
0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω (PB, PR)
Signal to Noise ratio...............................................................72 dB
TUNER SECTION
FM Section
• Tuning Range ...................................................87.50 to 108.00 MHz
• Signal to Noise ratio (Mono).....................................................75 dB
• Sensitivity (S/N 30 dB) ........................................................... 1.0 µV
AM Section
• Tuning Range
U.S.A. and Canada models .................................. 530 to 1700 kHz
Other models ........................................................ 522 to 1629 kHz
• Signal to Noise ratio..................................................................32 dΒ
• Sensitivity (S/N 20 dB) .......................................................... 700 µV
CD/DVD PLAYER SECTION
• Signal to Noise ratio..................................................................95 dB
• Total Harmonic Distortion .....................................................0.007%
• Separation..................................................................................90 dB
AUDIO FORMAT
• Dolby Digital/MPEG decode (not decode DTS)
• PCM DATA: 16 bit
• LPCM DATA: 20/24 bit
Fs: 44.1, 48 kHz support/88.2, 96 kHz downmix support
• MP3: 32 kbps to 320 kbps, 16 kHz to 48 kHz sampling rate
• WMA: Up to 192 kbps (not support 32 kbps),
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz sampling rate
• Support mono and stereo WMA/MP3 and VBR files
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Specifications are subject to change without notice.
LIST OF REMOTE CONTROL CODES
LISTE DES CODES DE COMMANDE
LISTE DER FERNBEDIENUNGSCODES
LISTA ÖVER FJÄRRSTYRNINGSKODER
LISTA DEI CODICI DI TELECOMANDO
LISTA DE CÓDIGOS DE MANDO A DISTANCIA
LIJST MET AFSTANDSBEDIENINGSCODES
СПИСОК КОДОВ ДИСТАНЦИОННОГО УПРАВЛЕНИЯ
Panasonic
TV
YAMAHA
299/292/242/285/
287/253
Admiral
292/293/216
Aiwa
294/276/283/284
Akai
295/296
Alba
296
AOC
297
Audiovox
285
Belcor
297
Bell & Howell 292
Bestar
298
Blaupunkt
229/222
Blue sky
298
Brandt
223
Brocsonic
297
Bush
296
By Design
201/202
Clatronic
298
Craig
224
Croslex
225/298
Curtis Mathis 297/226
Daewoo
297/298/224/227/
228
Dayton
239
Dwin
293/281
Emerson
297/224/239/232
Ferguson
223/265/266
First line
298
Fisher
295/233
Fraba
298
Fujitsu
289
Funai
277/278
GE
293/297/234/235/
236
Goodmans
296/298/223
Grundig
229/238/249
Hitachi
297/239/242/243/
285
ICE
296
Irradio
296
Itt/Nokia
244/245
JC Penny
293/297/234/237
JVC (Victor)
296/246/247
Kendo
298
KTV
297/239/285
LG/Goldstar
297/298/239/237
Loewe
298/248
LXI
293/297/225/226/
233/298
Magnavox
297/225/239/298
Marantz
286/210
Matsui
295
Medion
203/204/298
Memorex
297/216
Mitsubishi
299/297/259/287
Nad
226/255
NEC
297/252/282
Nokia
244/245
Nokia Oceanic 245
Nordmende
265/266
Onwa
296
Philco
Philips
Pioneer
Portland
Proscan
Proton
Quasar
Radio Shack
RCA
SABA
Sampo
Samsung
Sanyo
Schneider
Scott
Sharp
Siemens
Signature
Sony
Sylvania
Symphonic
Telefunken
Thomson
Toshiba
Videch
Wards
234/235/236/253/
288/211
297/225/239/298
225/205/298
226/235/254/255/
268
297/256
293/221/231/241/
251
297/250/260/270
234/235
299/293/297
293/297/234/256/
257/258/221
223/269/265/266
281/297/280
297/239/248/262/
275
295/233/279/272/
273/274/212
296
297
292/239/232/213
229
216/292
263/214
297/225/298
217/218/219
269/264/265/266
223/266
292/226/267/215
297/242
297/239/232/216
Cable TV
ABC
739/752/753/755/
758/759/762
General Instrument
722
Hamlin
723/724/725/726/
727
Hitachi
722
Jerrold
722/728/729/732/
733/734/735/736/
737
Magnavox
738
Motorola
748
Oak
739/742/743
Panasonic
744/745/746/747/
783/784
Philips
763/764/765/766/
767/768
Pioneer
748/785/747
Radio Shack
749
Scientific Atlanta
752/753/754
Sony
756/757
Tocom
755
Universal
769/772/773/774/
775
Viewstar
764/766/776/777/
778/779/782
Digital Broadcast
Satellite tuner
Echostar
822
GE
837/838/839
General Instrument
823
Hitachi
824
Hughes
843/844/845/846
JVC (Victor)
822
Magnavox
825
Panasonic
826/829
Philips
825/843/844/845/
846/847/848/849
Primestar
827
Proscan
837/838/839/842
Radio Shack
828
RCA
837/838/839/842
Samsung
852
Sony
832/835
Toshiba
833/836
Uniden
825
Zenith
834
CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous
radiation exposure.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
LASERE KLASSE 1 PRODUKT
CAUTION-VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE
AVERTISSEMENT
L’utilisation de commandes et l’emploi de réglages ou de
méthodes autres que ceux décrits ci-dessous, peuvent
entraîner une exposition à un rayonnement dangereux.
LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN. DO NOT
STARE INTO BEAM OR VIEW DIRECTLY
WITH OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS.
VORSICHT
Die Verwendung von Bedienelementen oder die Einstellung
bzw. die Ausführung von anderen als in dieser Anleitung
beschriebenen Vorgängen kann zu Gefährdung durch
gefährliche Strahlung führen.
OBSERVERA
Användning av reglage eller justeringar eller utförande av
åtgärder på annat sätt än så som beskrivs häri kan resultera i
farlig strålning.
ATTENZIONE
L’uso di controlli, regolazioni, operazioni o procedure non
specificati in questo manuale possono risultare in esposizione
a radiazioni pericolose.
PRECAUCIÓN
El uso de los controles, los ajustes o los procedimientos que
no se especifican en este manual pueden causar una
exposición peligrosa a la radiación.
LET OP
Gebruik van bedieningsorganen, instellingen of procedures
anders dan beschreven in dit document kan leiden tot
blootstelling aan gevaarlijke stralen.
ПРЕДОСТЕРЕЖЕНИЕ
Использование органов управления или
произведение настроек или выполнение процедур, не
указанных в данной инструкции, может отразиться на
выделении опасной радиации.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
LASER KLASSE 1 PRODUKT
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
PRODUIT LASER DE CLASSE 1
G
RDX-E700
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