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RX-V800RDS
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
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0100V800RDS(GB)-cv1/4
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RX-V800RDS
Natural Sound AV Receiver
Ampli-tuner audio-vidéo
OWNER’S MANUAL
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MANUALE DI ISTRUZIONI
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
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8/29/0, 10:02 AM
CAUTION: READ THIS BEFORE OPERATING YOUR UNIT.
1 To assure the finest performance, please read this
manual carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future
reference.
2 Install this unit in a well ventilated, cool, dry, clean
place with at least 30 cm on the top, 20 cm on the
right and left, and 10 cm at the back of this unit
— away from direct sunlight, heat sources,
vibration, dust, moisture, and/or cold.
3 Locate this unit away from other electrical
appliances, motors, or transformers to avoid
humming sounds. To prevent fire or electrical
shock, do not place this unit where it may get
exposed to rain, water, and/or any type of liquid.
4 Do not expose this unit to sudden temperature
changes from cold to hot, and do not locate this
unit in a environment with high humidity (i.e. a room
with a humidifier) to prevent condensation inside
this unit, which may cause an electrical shock, fire,
damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
5 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 cause
electrical shock to the user and/or damage to this
unit.
6 Do not cover this unit with a newspaper, tablecloth,
curtain, etc. in order not to obstruct heat radiation.
If the temperature inside this unit rises, it may
cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal
injury.
7 Do not plug in this unit to a wall outlet until all
connections are complete.
8 Do not operate this unit upside-down. It may
overheat, possibly causing damage.
9 Do not use force on switches, knobs and/or cords.
10 When disconnecting the power cord from the wall
outlet, grasp the plug; do not pull the cord.
15 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.
16 When not planning to use this unit for long periods
of time (i.e. vacation), disconnect the AC power plug
from the wall outlet.
17 Be sure to read the “TROUBLESHOOTING” section
on common operating errors before concluding that
this unit is faulty.
18 Before moving this unit, press STANDBY/ON to set
this unit in the standby mode, and disconnect the
AC power plug from the wall outlet.
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 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:
11 Do not clean this unit with chemical solvents; this
might damage the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth.
Blue: NEUTRAL
Brown: LIVE
12 Only voltage specified on this unit must be used.
Using this unit with a higher voltage than specified
is dangerous and may cause fire, damage to this
unit, and/or personal injury. YAMAHA will not be
held responsible for any damage resulting from use
of this unit with a voltage other than specified.
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.
13 To prevent damage by lightning, disconnect the
power cord from the wall outlet during an electrical
storm.
14 Take care of this unit so that no foreign objects and/
or liquid drops inside this unit.
II
CAUTION
II
INTRODUCTION
CONTENTS
CONTENTS ........................................................... 1
FEATURES ............................................................ 2
GETTING STARTED ........................................... 3
Checking the Package Contents ............................... 3
Installing Batteries in the Remote Control ............... 3
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS ........................ 4
PREPARATION
SPEAKER SETUP .............................................. 11
CONNECTIONS ................................................. 12
Before Connecting Components ............................ 12
Connecting Audio Components ............................. 12
Connecting Video Components .............................. 14
Connecting the Speakers ........................................ 16
Connecting to an External Amplifier ..................... 18
Connecting an External Decoder ............................ 18
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR Switch ....................... 19
Connecting the Power Supply Cords ...................... 19
OSD Modes ............................................................ 20
Selecting the OSD Mode ........................................ 20
SPEAKER MODE SETTINGS ......................... 21
Summary of SPEAKER SET Items
1A through 1E .................................................... 21
ADJUSTING THE LEVEL OF THE EFFECT
SPEAKERS ...................................................... 47
SLEEP TIMER .................................................... 48
Setting the Sleep Timer .......................................... 48
Canceling the Sleep Timer ..................................... 48
REMOTE CONTROL FEATURES .................. 49
Selector Dial ........................................................... 49
Commonly Used Buttons in Any Position of the
Selector Dial ....................................................... 50
Controlling the Components
Connected to This Unit ...................................... 50
Button Names and Functions in Each Position ...... 51
Setting the Manufacturer Code .............................. 54
Programming a New Remote Control Function
(Learn Feature) ................................................... 55
Returning to the Factory Setting ............................ 56
ADVANCED
OPERATION
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY (OSD) ......................... 20
Adjusting the Items on the SET MENU ................. 39
1 SPEAKER SET (speaker mode settings) ........... 40
2 LOW FRQ TEST ............................................... 42
3 L/R BALANCE (balance of the
left and right main speakers) .............................. 43
4 HP TONE CTRL (headphone tone control) ....... 43
5 CENTER GEQ (center graphic equalizer) ......... 43
6 INPUT RENAME .............................................. 44
7 I/O ASSIGNMENT ............................................ 44
8 INPUT MODE (initial input mode) ................... 44
9 PARAM. INI (parameter initialization) ............. 44
10 DOLBY D. SET (Dolby Digital set) ............... 45
11 DTS LFE LEVEL ............................................ 45
12 6.1/ES AUTO ................................................... 45
13 SP DELAY TIME ............................................ 46
14 DISPLAY SET ................................................. 46
15 MEMORY GUARD ......................................... 46
BASIC
OPERATION
Speakers to Be Used ............................................... 11
Speaker Placement ................................................. 11
SET MENU .......................................................... 39
PREPARATION
Front Panel ............................................................... 4
Remote Control ........................................................ 6
Description of the Numeric Buttons ......................... 7
Using the Remote Control ........................................ 8
Front Panel Display .................................................. 9
Rear Panel .............................................................. 10
ADVANCED OPERATION
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
ADJUSTING THE SPEAKER
OUTPUT LEVELS ......................................... 22
BASIC OPERATION
BASIC PLAYBACK ............................................ 24
Input Modes and Indications .................................. 26
Selecting a Sound Field Program ........................... 28
Normal Stereo Reproduction .................................. 29
TUNING ............................................................... 30
RECEIVING RDS STATIONS .......................... 35
Hi-Fi DSP Programs ............................................... 57
CINEMA DSP Programs ....................................... 58
MOVIE THEATER Programs ................................ 61
SOUND FIELD PROGRAM PARAMETER
EDITING ......................................................... 62
What is a sound field? ............................................ 62
Sound Field Program Parameters ........................... 62
Changing Parameter Settings ................................. 63
Resetting a Parameter to the Factory-set Value ...... 63
Digital Sound Field Parameter Descriptions .......... 64
APPENDIX
TROUBLESHOOTING ...................................... 68
SPECIFICATIONS ............................................. 73
English
Description of RDS Data ........................................ 35
Changing the RDS Mode ....................................... 35
PTY SEEK Function .............................................. 36
EON Function ........................................................ 37
SOUND FIELD PROGRAM ............................. 57
APPENDIX
Connecting the Antennas ........................................ 30
Automatic (or Manual) Tuning .............................. 31
Presetting Stations .................................................. 32
Tuning in to a Preset Station .................................. 33
Exchanging Preset Stations .................................... 34
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Before You Begin ................................................... 22
Using the Test Tone (TEST DOLBY SUR.) .......... 22
BASIC RECORDING ......................................... 38
1
Thank you for selecting this YAMAHA AV receiver.
FEATURES
Built-in 5-Channel Power Amplifier
Other Features
◆ Minimum RMS Output Power
(0.04% THD, 20 Hz – 20 kHz)
Main:
100 W + 100 W (8 Ω)
Center:
100 W (8 Ω)
Rear:
100 W + 100 W (8 Ω)
◆ 96-kHz/24-bit D/A Converter
◆ “SET MENU” which Provides You with 15 Items
for Optimizing This Unit for Your Audio/Video
System
◆ Test Tone Generator for Easier Speaker Balance
Adjustment
◆ 6-Channel External Decoder Input for Other
Future Formats
◆ BASS EXTENSION Button for Reinforcing
Bass Response
◆ On Screen Display Function Helpful in
Controlling This Unit
◆ S Video Signal Input/Output Capability
◆ Component Video Input/Output Capability
◆ Optical and Coaxial Digital Audio Signal Jacks
◆ Sleep Timer
◆ Remote Control with Preset Manufacturer Codes
and “Learning” Capability
Multi-Mode Digital Sound Field
Processing
◆
◆
◆
◆
◆
Digital Sound Field Processor (DSP)
Dolby Pro Logic Decoder
Dolby Digital/Dolby Digital Matrix 6.1 Decoder
DTS/DTS ES Decoder
CINEMA DSP: Combination of YAMAHA DSP
Technology and Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Digital
or DTS
◆ Virtual CINEMA DSP
◆ SILENT CINEMA DSP
Sophisticated AM/FM Tuner
◆ 40-Station Random Access Preset Tuning
◆ Automatic Preset Tuning
◆ Preset Station Shifting Capability (Preset
Editing)
◆ Multi-Functions for RDS Broadcast Reception
• y indicates a tip for your operation.
• Some operations can be performed by using either the buttons on the main unit or on the remote control. In cases when the button
names differ between the main unit and the remote control, the button name on the remote control is given in parentheses in this
manual.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby”, “AC-3”, “Pro Logic”, “Surround EX” and the double-D
symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Confidential Unpublished Works. ©1992-1997 Dolby
Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved.
2
Manufactured under license from Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
US Pat. No. 5,451,942 and other world-wide patents issued and
pending. “DTS”, “DTS Digital Surround” and “DTS ES” are
trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. Copyright 1996
Digital Theater Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
GETTING STARTED
INTRODUCTION
Checking the Package Contents
Check your package to make sure it has the following items.
Remote control
AM loop antenna
Indoor FM antenna
Quick Reference Card
PREPARATION
Manganese batteries (4)
(AAA, R03, UM-4)
Quick Reference Card
A/B/C/D/E
BASIC
OPERAIONT
75-ohm/300-ohm
antenna adapter
(U.K. model only)
Insert the batteries in the correct direction by aligning the
+ and – marks on the batteries with the polarity markings
(+ and –) inside the battery compartment.
3
If the remote control is without batteries for more than
2 minutes, or if exhausted batteries remain in the
remote control, the contents of the memory may be
cleared. When the memory is cleared, insert new
batteries, set up the manufacturer code and program
any acquired functions that may have been cleared.
Note
• If the batteries have leaked, dispose of them immediately.
Avoid touching the leaked material or letting it come into
contact with clothing, etc. Clean the battery compartment
thoroughly before installing new batteries.
APPENDIX
■ Notes on batteries
As the batteries lose power, the operating range of the
remote control decreases and the indicator does not flash
or its light becomes dim. When you notice any of these
conditions, change all of the batteries.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
2
1
■ Changing batteries
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Installing Batteries in the Remote
Control
• Change the batteries periodically.
• Do not use old batteries together with new ones.
• Do not use different types of batteries (such as alkaline
and manganese batteries) together. Read the packaging
carefully as these different types of batteries may have
the same shape and color.
English
3
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
Front Panel
1
3
2
4
5
6
INPUT
VOLUME
7
6CH INPUT
INPUT MODE
D I G I T A L
D I G I TA L
SURROUND
STANDBY
/ON
A/B/C/D/E
PRESET/
TUNING
PRESET
TUNING RDS MODE
/TUNING FM/AM MEMORY MODE
/FREQ
EON
PTY SEEK
BASS
TREBLE
TUNER
SPEAKERS
A
B
BASS
PROCESSOR
EXTENSION DIRECT
EDIT
PHONES
EFFECT
ON
OFF
MAN'L/AUTO FM AUTO/MAN'L MONO
S VIDEO
VIDEO
MODE START
L AUDIO R
OPTICAL
PROGRAM
DSP
–
SILENT
PRESET
TUNING RDS MODE
/TUNING FM/AM MEMORY MODE
/FREQ
EDIT
8 9
0
qw
e r
ty
+
–
u
EON
MAN'L/AUTO FM AUTO/MAN'L MONO
i
PTY SEEK
MODE
START
opa s df
1 STANDBY/ON
6 VOLUME
Turns on and sets this unit in the standby mode. When
you turn on this unit, you will hear a click and there will
be a 4 to 5-second delay before this unit can reproduce
sound.
Controls the output level of all audio channels.
This does not affect the REC OUT level.
Standby mode
In this mode, this unit consumes a small amount of
power to receive infrared-signals from the remote
control.
2 Remote control sensor
+
VIDEO AUX
gh
7 6CH INPUT
Selects the source connected to the 6CH INPUT jacks.
The source selected by pressing 6CH INPUT takes
priority over the source selected with INPUT l / h (or
the input selector buttons).
8 SPEAKERS A/B
Receives signals from the remote control.
Turn on or off the set of main speakers connected to the A
and/or B terminals on the rear panel.
3 Front panel display
9 BASS EXTENSION ON/OFF
Shows information about the operational status of this
unit (see page 9).
When pushed in (ON), this feature boosts the bass
frequency of the left and right main channels by +6 dB
(60 Hz) while maintaining overall tonal balance. This
boost is useful if you do not use a subwoofer.
However, this boost may not be noticeable if “1B MAIN
SP” on the SET MENU is set to SMALL and “1D LFE/
BASS OUT” is set to SWFR.
4 INPUT MODE
Selects the mode of input for sources that send two or
more types of signals to this unit (see page 26).
You cannot control the input mode when you select 6CH
INPUT as the input source.
5 INPUT l / h
Selects the input source (DVD, D-TV/LD, CBL/SAT,
VCR 1, VCR 2/DVR, V-AUX, PHONO, CD, TUNER,
CD-R, MD/TAPE) you want to listen to or watch.
4
0 PROCESSOR DIRECT ON/OFF
When pushed in (ON), BASS, TREBLE, and BASS
EXTENSION are bypassed, eliminating any alteration of
the original signal.
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
a RDS MODE/FREQ
Switches the effect speakers (center and rear) on and off.
If you turn off the output of these speakers by using
EFFECT, all Dolby Digital and DTS audio signals except
for the LFE channel are directed to the main left and right
channels.
When Dolby Digital or DTS signals are mixed, the left
and right main channel signal levels may not match.
When an RDS station is received, press this button to
change the display mode among the PS mode, PTY mode,
RT mode, CT mode (if the station offers those RDS data
services) and/or frequency display mode in turn.
w A/B/C/D/E
Selects one of the 5 preset station groups (A to E).
e PROGRAM l / h
r PRESET/TUNING l / h
Selects preset station number 1 to 8 when the colon (:)
appears next to the band indication on the front panel
display, and selects the tuning frequency when the colon
(:) does not appear.
t PHONES jack
y VIDEO AUX jacks
Inputs audio and video signals from a portable external
source such as a game console. To reproduce source
signals from these jacks, select V-AUX as the input
source.
Switches the function of PRESET/TUNING l / h (the
colon (:) turns on or off) between selecting a preset
station number and tuning.
This button is also used to exchange the assignment of
two preset stations with each other.
Switches the reception band between FM and AM.
f PTY SEEK START
Press this button to begin searching for a station after the
desired program type has been selected in the PTY SEEK
mode.
g BASS
Adjusts the low-frequency response for the left and right
main channels.
Turn the control to the right to increase or to the left to
decrease the low-frequency response.
h TREBLE
Adjusts the high-frequency response for the left and right
main channels.
Turn the control to the right to increase or to the left to
decrease the high-frequency response.
Note
• If you increase or decrease the high-frequency or the lowfrequency sound to an extreme level, the tonal quality from the
center and rear speakers may not match that of the left and
right main speakers.
■ Opening and closing the front
panel door
When you are not operating the controls behind the front
panel door, close the door.
o MEMORY (MAN’L/AUTO FM)
Stores a station in the memory. Hold down this button for
more than 3 seconds to start automatic preset tuning.
p TUNING MODE (AUTO/MAN’L MONO)
D I
G I
T A
L
APPENDIX
Switches the tuning mode between automatic and manual.
To select the automatic tuning mode, press this button so
that the “AUTO” indicator lights up on the front panel
display. To select the manual tuning mode, press this
button so that the “AUTO” indicator does not light up.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
i FM/AM
Press this button to set the unit in the PTY SEEK mode.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
u PRESET/TUNING (EDIT)
d PTY SEEK MODE
BASIC
OPERAIONT
Outputs audio signals for private listening with
headphones. When you connect headphones, no signals
are output to the OUTPUT jacks or to the speakers.
Press this button to select the desired program type
(NEWS, INFO, AFFAIRS, SPORT) when you want to
tune in to a radio program of that type automatically.
PREPARATION
Selects the DSP program (see page 28).
s EON
INTRODUCTION
q EFFECT
To open, press gently on the lower part of the panel.
English
5
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
Remote Control
This section describes the basic operation of this unit with
the remote control. First, set the selector dial to the AMP/
TUN position. See “REMOTE CONTROL FEATURES”
on pages 49 to 56 for full details.
3 Numeric buttons (Input selector buttons)
These buttons select the input source.
See pages 7 and 8 for the numeric buttons.
4 TEST
Outputs the test tone.
1
2
9
0
Select the
AMP/TUN
position.
q
5 ON SCREEN
Selects the on-screen display (OSD) mode for your video
monitor.
6 j/i
Adjust DSP program parameters and SET MENU items.
7 LEVEL
Selects the effect speaker channel (center, rear and
subwoofer) so you can adjust their output level
independently.
8 SLEEP
3
Sets the sleep timer.
9 INPUT
EFFECT
See page 7.
Switches the function of the numeric buttons to the input
selector (see page 7).
0 Indicator
4
5
6
7
w
A/B/C/D/E
Flashes while the remote control is sending signals.
q Selector dial
e
r
Turn this dial to select the position for the component to
be controlled. (The proper code must be set up for your
component. See “Setting the Manufacture Codes” on
page 54.) When the position is selected, the remote
control is set to that component operation mode.
w A/B/C/D/E, PRESET–/+
TV POWER
t
y
TV VOLUME
u
These buttons are used to select a preset station.
A/B/C/D/E:
To select one of 5 preset station groups (A
to E)
PRESET –/+: To select a preset station number (1 to 8)
e u/d
8
Select DSP program parameters and SET MENU items.
TV INPUT
i
r SET MENU
Enters the SET MENU.
t POWER
Turns on the power of this unit.
1 DSP
Switches the function of the numeric buttons to the DSP
program selector (see page 7).
2 Indicator window
Shows the name of components which can be controlled.
6
y STANDBY
Sets this unit in the standby mode.
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
u VOLUME +/–
Increases or decreases the volume level.
i MUTE
■ When selecting a DSP program
and turning on or off the effect
speakers (center and rear)
A
INTRODUCTION
Mutes the sound. Press again to restore the audio output
to the previous volume level.
B
EFFECT
Switches the effect speakers (center and rear) on and off
in the following cases:
• When the selector dial is set to the DSP/TUN position.
• While the indicator is lit for about 3 seconds after
pressing DSP.
PREPARATION
Description of the Numeric
Buttons
The numeric buttons function in various ways depending
on the position of the selector dial or the combination of
other instructions.
Press INPUT regardless of the position of
the selector dial.
The indicator lights up for about 3 seconds.
2
You can select an input source with the
numeric buttons while the indicator is lit.
Press DSP regardless of the position of the
selector dial.
The indicator lights up for about 3 seconds.
2
You can select a DSP program with the
numeric buttons, turn on or off the effect
speakers (center and rear) by pressing
EFFECT and turn on or off the Dolby Digital
Matrix 6.1 or DTS ES decoder by pressing
6.1/ES while the indicator is lit.
B
1
Set the selector dial to the DSP/TUN
position.
2
You can select a DSP program directly with
the numeric buttons, turn on or off the effect
speakers (center and rear) by pressing
EFFECT and turn on or off the Dolby Digital
Matrix 6.1 or DTS ES decoder by pressing
6.1/ES.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
1
1
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Input selector
buttons
A
BASIC
OPERAIONT
■ When selecting an input source
DSP program
group buttons
APPENDIX
English
7
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
■ When selecting a preset station
number
Using the Remote Control
D I G I TA L
D I G I TA L
SURROUND
STANDBY
/ON
TUNER
DSP
–
30°
1
Set code number “0023” in the AMP/TUN (or
DSP/TUN) position.
See page 54 for setting the code.
2
Set the selector dial to the AMP/TUN (or
DSP/TUN) position.
3
You can select a preset station number
directly with the numeric buttons (1 to 8).
See page 34.
8
30°
+
–
+
Approximately 6 m (20 feet)
The remote control transmits a directional infrared beam.
Be sure to aim the remote control directly at the remote
control sensor on the main unit during operation.
■ Handling the remote control
• Do not spill water or other liquids on the remote
control.
• Do not drop the remote control.
• Do not leave or store the remote control in the
following types of conditions:
– high humidity or temperature such as near a heater,
stove or bath;
– dusty places; or
– in places subject to extremely low temperatures.
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
Front Panel Display
2 34
VIRTUAL
e r
6
78
PS
PTY
90q
RT
CT
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
DOLBY DIGITAL
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
PRO LOGIC ENTERTAINMENT MEMORY TUNED
t y
w
VOLUME
dB
ms
u
i op
D-TV/LD
CBL/SAT
VCR 1
VCR2/DVR
V-AUX
DVD
MD/TAPE
CD-R
TUNER
CD
PHONO
a
q VOLUME level indicator
Lights up when the built-in DTS decoder is on.
Indicates the volume level.
2 VIRTUAL indicator
w Input source indicator
Lights up when using Virtual CINEMA DSP (see
page 29).
Shows the current input source with the arrow-shaped
cursor.
3 g and o indicators
e c indicator
Light up according to the type of Dolby signals this unit
is reproducing. “ g ” lights up when the builtin Dolby Digital decoder is on. “ o ” lights up
when the built-in Dolby Pro Logic decoder is on.
Lights up when the built-in Dolby Digital Matrix 6.1 or
DTS ES decoder is on.
r v indicator
t SP A/B indicator
5 DSP program indicators
Lights up according to which set of main speakers is
selected. Both indicators light up when both sets of
speakers are selected.
Lights up while searching for stations in the PTY SEEK
mode.
7 RDS mode indicators
8 EON indicator
Lights up when headphones are connected.
u Multi-information display
Shows the current DSP program name and other
information when adjusting or changing settings.
i MEMORY indicator
Flashes to show a station can be stored.
o Program type name indicators
The name of the selected program type lights up when the
“EON” indicator lights up.
Lights up when an RDS station that offers the EON data
service is being received.
p TUNED indicator
9 STEREO indicator
a SLEEP indicator
Lights up when the unit is receiving a strong signal for an
FM stereo broadcast while the “AUTO” indicator is lit.
Lights up while the sleep timer is on.
Lights up when this unit tunes in to a station.
APPENDIX
The name(s) of the RDS data offered by the currently
received RDS station light(s) up. Illumination of the red
indicator next to the RDS data name shows that the
corresponding RDS mode is now selected.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
6 PTY HOLD indicator
y Headphones indicator
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Lights up when this unit is reproducing PCM (pulse code
modulation) digital audio signals.
Lights up when you select a DSP program.
The name of the selected DSP program lights up when
the ENTERTAINMENT, MOVIE THEATER 1, MOVIE
THEATER 2 or q/DTS SURROUND DSP program is
selected.
BASIC
OPERAIONT
1 t indicator
4 x indicator
PREPARATION
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
5
INTRODUCTION
1
English
0 AUTO indicator
Shows that this unit is in the automatic tuning mode.
9
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
Rear Panel
1
2
3
DIGITAL OUTPUT
MD/
TAPE
TUNER
5
4
AUDIO
R
AUDIO
L
R
IN
(PLAY)
CD-R
OPTICAL
AM
ANT
OUT
(REC)
GND
75
VIDEO
VIDEO
COMPONENT
DVD
DVD
Y
D-TV
/LD
PB/
CB
CBL
/SAT
PR/
CR
Y
VCR 1
CD
PHONO
OUT
PB/
CB
IN
PR/
CR
VCR 2
/DVR
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
– SPEAKERS –
MAIN
SWITCHED
100W MAX. TOTAL
MAIN
L
B
CENTER
+
SUB
WOOFER
–
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR
SET BEFORE POWER ON
CENTER
+
–
–
+
MAIN A OR B: 4 MIN. /SPEAKER
A + B: 8 MIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER
: 6 MIN. /SPEAKER
: 6 MIN. /SPEAKER
REAR
L
PB/
CB
PR/
CR
MONITOR
OUT
CENTER
As this terminal is used
for an examination in the
factory, do not connect
any equipment to this
terminal.
L
MONITOR
OUT
Y
OUT
SURROUND
DIGITAL INPUT
AC OUTLETS
OUTPUT
+
MAIN
R
CBL
/SAT
9
D-TV/LD
IN
D-TV
/LD
CD
+
A
R
UNBAL. CD-R
OUT
(REC)
DVD
GND
8
MAINS
R
IN
(PLAY)
FM
ANT
7
MD/TAPE
CD
CD-R
S VIDEO
L
6
SUB
WOOFER
S VIDEO
REAR (SURROUND)
MAIN A OR B: 8 MIN. /SPEAKER
A + B:16 MIN. /SPEAKER
: 8 MIN. /SPEAKER
: 8 MIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER
REAR
R REAR (SURROUND) L
VIDEO
6CH INPUT
(Europe model)
q
0
1 DIGITAL INPUT jacks
8 AC power cord
2 DIGITAL OUTPUT jacks
Connect to a power outlet.
3 Antenna input terminals
9 AC OUTLET(S)
See page 30 for connection information.
Use these outlets to supply power to your other A/V
components (see page 19).
4 Audio component jacks
0 6CH INPUT jacks
See pages 12 and 13 for connection information.
5 Video component jacks
See pages 14 and 15 for connection information.
6 Speaker terminals
See pages 16 and 17 for connection information.
7 OUTPUT jacks
See page 18 for connection information.
10
See pages 13 and 18 for connection information.
q IMPEDANCE SELECTOR switch
Use this switch to match the amplifier output to your
speaker impedance. Set this unit in the standby mode
before you change the setting of this switch (see page 19).
PREPARATION
SPEAKER SETUP
■ Use of a subwoofer expands your
sound field
Subwoofer
Main
speaker (L)
1.8 m
Center speaker
Rear speaker (L)
■ Main speakers
Place the left and right main speakers an equal distance
from the ideal listening position. The distance of each
speaker from each side of the video monitor should be the
same.
■ Rear speakers
Place these speakers behind your listening position,
facing slightly inwards, nearly 1.8 m (approx. 6 feet)
above the floor.
■ Center speaker
Align the front face of the center speaker with the front
face of your video monitor. Place the speaker as close to
the monitor as possible, such as directly over or under the
monitor and centrally between the main speakers.
Note
• If the center speaker is not used, the center channel sound will
be heard from the left and right main speakers. In this case,
“1A CENTER SP” on the SET MENU is set to NONE (see
page 41 for details).
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
It is also possible to further expand your system with the
addition of a subwoofer. The use of a subwoofer is
effective not only for reinforcing bass frequencies from
any or all channels, but also for reproducing the LFE
(low-frequency effect) channel with high fidelity when
the Dolby Digital signal or the DTS signal is played back.
The YAMAHA Active Servo Processing Subwoofer
System is ideal for natural and lively bass reproduction.
Rear speaker (R)
ADVANCED
OPERATION
The main speakers should be high-performance models
and have enough power-handling capacity to accept the
maximum output of your audio system. The other
speakers do not have to be equal to the main speakers. For
precise sound localization, however, it is ideal to use
high-performance models that can reproduce sounds over
the full range for the center speaker and the rear speakers.
Main speaker (R)
BASIC OPERATION
The main speakers are used for the main source sound
plus the effect sounds. They will probably be the speakers
from your present stereo system. The rear speakers are
used for the effect and surround sounds, and the center
speaker is for the center sounds (dialog, vocals, etc.). If
for some reason it is not practical to use a center speaker,
you can do without it. Best results, however, are obtained
with the full system.
Refer to the following diagram when you place the
speakers.
PREPARATION
This unit has been designed to provide the best soundfield quality with a 5-speaker system, using left and right
main speakers, left and right rear speakers, and a center
speaker. If you use different brands of speakers (with
different tonal qualities) in your system, the tone of a
moving human voice and other types of sound may not
shift smoothly. We recommend that you use speakers
from the same manufacturer or speakers with the same
tonal quality.
Speaker Placement
INTRODUCTION
Speakers to Be Used
■ Subwoofer
APPENDIX
The position of the subwoofer is not so critical, because
low bass sounds are not highly directional. But it is better
to place the subwoofer near the main speakers. Turn it
slightly toward the center of the room to reduce the wall
reflections.
CAUTION
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English
Some types of speakers interfere with a video monitor.
If this problem occurs, move the speakers away from
the monitor. If you cannot avoid installing the center
speaker or subwoofer near the video monitor, use a
magnetically shielded speaker.
CONNECTIONS
Before Connecting Components
CAUTION
Never connect this unit and other components to mains power until all connections between components have been
completed.
• Be sure all connections are made correctly, that is to say L (left) to L, R (right) to R, “+” to “+” and “–” to “–”. Some
components require different connection methods and have different jack names. Refer to the operation instructions
for each component to be connected to this unit.
• When you connect other YAMAHA audio components (such as a tape deck, MD recorder and CD player or
changer), connect them to the jack with the same number labels as !, #, $ etc. YAMAHA applies this labeling
system to all its products.
• After you have completed all connections, check them again to make sure they are correct.
Connecting Audio Components
■ Connecting to digital jacks
This unit has digital jacks for direct transmission of
digital signals through either coaxial or fiber optic cables.
You can use the digital jacks to input PCM, Dolby Digital
and DTS bitstreams. When you connect components to
both the COAXIAL and OPTICAL jacks, priority is given
to the input signals from the COAXIAL jack. All digital
input jacks are acceptable for 96-kHz sampling digital
signals (see page 25 for details).
y
• You can designate the input for each digital jack according to
your component by using “7 I/O ASSIGNMENT” on the SET
MENU (see page 44 for details).
About the dust protection cap
Pull out the cap from the optical jack
before you connect the fiber optic cable.
Do not discard the cap. When you are not
using the optical jack, be sure to put the
cap back in place. This cap protects the
jack from dust.
Note
• The OPTICAL jacks on this unit conform to the EIA standard.
If you use a fiber optic cable that does not conform to this
standard, this unit may not function properly.
■ Connecting a turntable
PHONO jacks are for connecting a turntable with an MM
or high-output MC cartridge. If you have a turntable with
a low-output MC cartridge, use an inline boosting
transformer or MC-head amplifier when connecting to
these jacks.
y
• The GND terminal does not electrically ground the turntable. It
simply reduces noise in the signal. In some cases, you may
hear less noise if you do not connect to the GND terminal.
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■ Connecting a CD player
y
• The COAXIAL CD and OPTICAL CD jacks are available for a
CD player which has coaxial or optical digital output jacks.
• When you connect a CD player to both the COAXIAL CD and
OPTICAL CD jacks, priority is given to the input signals from
the COAXIAL CD jack.
■ Connecting an MD recorder, tape
deck or CD recorder
y
• Only digital signals input from a source such as a CD or DVD
are output from the DIGITAL OUTPUT jacks.
• When you connect your recording component to both the
analog and digital input and output jacks, the priority is given
to the digital signal.
• You can connect an MD recorder to any digital input jack by
using “7 I/O ASSIGNMENT” on the SET MENU (see
page 44).
Notes
• When you connect a recording component to this unit, keep its
power on while using this unit. If the power is off, this unit may
distort the sound from other components.
• When you record from a source component connected to this
unit while this unit is set in the standby mode, the recorded
sound may be distorted. To avoid this problem, turn on this
unit.
CONNECTIONS
OPTICAL
INPUT
MD recorder or
tape deck
INPUT
OUTPUT
R
L
L
R
OPTICAL
AM
ANT
OUT
(REC)
GND
FM
ANT
L
UNBAL. CD-R
OUT
(REC)
Y
D-TV
/LD
PB/
CB
PR/
CR
D-TV/LD
Y
IN
O
VCR 1
DVD
GND
R
VIDEO
VIDEO
COMPONENT
DVD
DVD
CD
BASIC OPERATION
OUTPUT
S VIDEO
L
CBL
/SAT
IN
(PLAY)
75
R
R
MD/TAPE
CD
CD-R
L
AUDIO
L
IN
(PLAY)
O
CD player
AUDIO
TUNER
R
PREPARATION
DIGITAL OUTPUT
MD/
TAPE
O
OPTICAL
OUTPUT
INPUT
L
O
CD-R
OPTICAL
OUTPUT
CD recorder
OUTPUT
R
INTRODUCTION
OPTICAL
INPUT
PB/
CB
OUT
D-TV
/LD
PHONO
C
COAXIAL
OUTPUT
PR/
CR
IN
VCR 2
/DVR
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
MAIN
CD
CBL
/SAT
MONITOR
OUT
Y
OUT
PB/
CB
SURROUND
PR/
CR
MONITOR
OUT
(Europe model)
CENTER
L
GND
VIDEO
6CH INPUT
L
R
R
SURROUND
OUTPUT
L
R
MAIN
OUTPUT
SUBWOOFER
OUTPUT
CENTER OUTPUT
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
OUTPUT
S VIDEO
ADVANCED
OPERATION
DIGITAL INPUT
SUB
WOOFER
External decoder
See page 18.
Turntable
indicates signal direction
indicates left analog cables
R
indicates right analog cables
O
indicates optical cables
C
indicates coaxial cables
APPENDIX
L
English
13
CONNECTIONS
Connecting Video Components
■ About the video jacks
There are three types of video jacks. Video signals input through the VIDEO jacks are the conventional composit video
signals. Video signals input through the S VIDEO jacks are separated into luminance (Y) and color (C) video signals.
The S-video signals achieve high-quality color reproduction. Video signals input through the COMPONENT VIDEO
jacks are separated into luminance (Y) and color difference (PB/CB, PR/CR) video signals. The jacks are also separated
into three for each signal. The description of the component video jacks may be different depending on the component
(e.g. Y, CB, CR/Y, PB, PR/Y, B-Y, R-Y etc.). Component video signals provide the best quality in picture reproduction.
If your video component has an S-video output or component video output, you can connect it to this unit. Connect the
S-video signal output jack on your video component to the S VIDEO jack or connect the component signal output jacks
on your video component to the COMPONENT VIDEO jacks.
y
Y
VIDEO jack
(composite)
P B/
CB
PR/
CR
S VIDEO jack
COMPONENT VIDEO
jacks
• Each type of video jack works independently. Signals input
through the composite video, S-video and component jacks are
output through the corresponding composite video, S-video,
and component jacks, respectively.
• If you make S-video connections to this unit, it is not necessary
to make composite video connections. If both types of
connections are made, this unit gives priority to the S-video
signal.
• You can designate the input for the COMPONENT VIDEO A
and B jacks according to your component by using “7 I/O
ASSIGNMENT” on the SET MENU (see page 44 for details).
Notes
• Use a commercially available S-video cable when connecting to the S VIDEO jack, and commercially available video cables when
connecting to the COMPONENT VIDEO jacks.
• When you are using the COMPONENT VIDEO jacks, check the details in the owner’s manual that came with the component being
connected.
■ Video monitor with a 21-pin connector
Make a connection as shown on page 15 with a commercially available SCART-plug connector cable.
■ VIDEO AUX jacks (on the front panel)
S VIDEO
VIDEO
S
V
L AUDIO R
These jacks are used to connect any video input source
such as a game console to this unit.
OPTICAL
VIDEO AUX
L
R
O
OPTICAL OUT
AUDIO OUT R
AUDIO OUT L
VIDEO OUT
Game console
S VIDEO OUT
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CONNECTIONS
Note
• If your LD player has an Dolby Digital RF signal output jack, connect it to this unit
through an RF demodulator (separately purchased).
AUDIO
OUTPUT
OPTICAL
OUTPUT
LD player
COMPONENT
OUTPUT
AUDIO
OUTPUT
TV/digital TV or
LD player
VIDEO
OUTPUT
V
S
DIGITAL OUTPUT
MD/
TAPE
AUDIO
TUNER
R
AUDIO
L
R
IN
(PLAY)
L
AM
ANT
CD-R
OPTICAL
OUT
(REC)
GND
FM
ANT
UNBAL. CD-R
OUT
(REC)
PR/
CR
Y
IN
*1 You can connect the Dolby
Digital RF signal output of
your LD player to the
COAXIAL jack by using
“7 I/O ASSIGNMENT” on
the SET MENU (see
page 44).
VCR 1
GND
O
RF
demodulator
D-TV
/LD
(Europe model)
D-TV/LD
DVD
RF
INPUT
Y
PB/
CB
CBL
/SAT
IN
(PLAY)
75
DVD
CD
PB/
CB
OUT
D-TV
/LD
PHONO
O
*1
MAIN
CD
CBL
/SAT
C
PR/
CR
IN
VCR 2
/DVR
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
C
VIDEO
OUTPUT
MD/TAPE
CD
CD-R
VIDEO
VIDEO
COMPONENT
DVD
S VIDEO
L
V
S
MONITOR
OUT
Y
OUT
PB/
CB
SURROUND
CENTER
DIGITAL INPUT
ADVANCED
OPERATION
PR/
CR
MONITOR
OUT
SUB
WOOFER
S VIDEO
VIDEO
6CH INPUT
L
R
AUDIO
OUTPUT
V
L
R
L
R
S
S
Cable TV or
Satellite tuner
COAXIAL
OUTPUT
S VIDEO
OUTPUT
V
V
S VIDEO
INPUT
VIDEO
OUTPUT
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
S
S VIDEO
OUTPUT
VIDEO
OUTPUT
VIDEO
INPUT
VCR 1 or VCR 2/
DVR (digital
video recorder)
AUDIO INPUT
AUDIO OUTPUT
APPENDIX
No connection
indicates signal direction
L
indicates left analog cables
R
indicates right analog cables
O
indicates optical cables
C
indicates coaxial cables
V
indicates video cables
S
V
S
V
VIDEO
INPUT
SCART-plug
indicates S-video cables
R
S VIDEO
INPUT
COMPONENT
INPUT
Video monitor
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English
L
BASIC OPERATION
R
DVD player
S VIDEO
OUTPUT
R
L
COMPONENT
OUTPUT
PREPARATION
S VIDEO
OUTPUT
INTRODUCTION
RF
OUTPUT
OPTICAL
OUTPUT
CONNECTIONS
Connecting the Speakers
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.
CAUTION
• Use speakers with the specified impedance shown on the rear panel of this unit.
• Do not let the bare speaker wires touch each other and do not let them touch any metal part of this unit. This could
damage the unit and/or speakers.
If necessary, use the SET MENU to change the speaker mode settings according to the number and size of the speakers
in your configuration after you finish connecting your speakers.
■ Speaker cables
A speaker cord is actually a pair of insulated cables
running side by side. One of the cables is colored or
shaped differently, perhaps with a stripe, groove or ridge.
10 mm (3/8”)
1
1
Remove approx. 10 mm (3/8”) of insulation
from each of the speaker cables.
2
Twist the exposed wires of the cable
together to prevent short circuits.
2
■ Connecting to the SPEAKERS terminals
Red: positive (+)
Black: negative (–)
1
2
1
2
Unscrew the knob.
3
Tighten the knob to secure the wire.
Insert one bare wire into the hole in the side
of each terminal.
3
■ MAIN SPEAKERS terminals
One or two speaker systems can be connected to these terminals. If you use only one speaker system, connect it to either
of the MAIN A or B terminals.
■ REAR SPEAKERS terminals
A rear speaker system can be connected to these terminals.
■ CENTER SPEAKER terminals
A center speaker can be connected to these terminals.
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CONNECTIONS
Main speakers B
Main speakers A
Right
Left
Left
(Europe model)
INTRODUCTION
Right
MAINS
–
SPEAKERS
–
AC OUTLETS
OUTPUT
+
PREPARATION
+
R
L
SWITCHED
100W MAX. TOTAL
A
MAIN
R
L
MAIN
B
CENTER
+
SUB
WOOFER
–
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR
SET BEFORE POWER ON
CENTER
+
–
–
+
L
MIN. /SPEAKER
MIN. /SPEAKER
MIN. /SPEAKER
MIN. /SPEAKER
MAIN A OR B: 8
A + B:16
CENTER
:8
:8
REAR
MIN. /SPEAKER
MIN. /SPEAKER
MIN. /SPEAKER
MIN. /SPEAKER
BASIC OPERATION
R
MAIN A OR B: 4
A + B: 8
CENTER
:6
:6
REAR
R REAR (SURROUND) L
REAR (SURROUND)
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Subwoofer connection
See “SUBWOOFER jack” on page 18.
Right
Center speaker
Left
Rear speakers
Subwoofer
system
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
APPENDIX
English
17
CONNECTIONS
Connecting to an External
Amplifier
If you want to increase the power output to the speakers,
or want to use another amplifier, connect an external
amplifier to the OUTPUT jacks as follows.
Note
• When RCA pin plugs are connected to the OUTPUT jacks for
output to an external amplifier, it is not necessary to use the
corresponding SPEAKERS terminals.
Connecting an External Decoder
This unit is equipped with 6 additional input jacks (left
and right MAIN, CENTER, left and right SURROUND
and SUBWOOFER) for discrete multi-channel input from
an external decoder, sound processor or pre-amplifier.
Connect the output jacks on your external decoder to the
6CH INPUT jacks. Be sure to match the left and right
outputs to the left and right input jacks for the main and
surround channels.
OUTPUT
Notes
MAIN
1
R
L
2
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
3
4
R REAR (SURROUND) L
1 MAIN jacks
Main channel line output jacks.
Note
• The signals output through these jacks are affected by the
BASS, TREBLE and BASS EXTENSION settings.
2 SUBWOOFER jack
When using a subwoofer with built-in amplifier, including
the YAMAHA Active Servo Processing Subwoofer
System, connect the input jack of the subwoofer system
to this jack. Low bass signals distributed from the main,
center and/or rear channels are directed to this jack. (The
cut-off frequency of this jack is 90 Hz.) The LFE (lowfrequency effect) signals generated when Dolby Digital or
DTS is decoded are also directed if they are assigned to
this jack.
Notes
• Adjust the volume level of the subwoofer with the control on
the subwoofer. The subwoofer volume cannot be adjusted from
this unit.
• Depending on the settings of “1 SPEAKER SET”, “10A LFE
LEVEL” and “11 DTS LFE LEVEL” on the SET MENU,
some signals may not be output from the SUBWOOFER jack.
3 CENTER jack
Center channel line output jack.
4 REAR (SURROUND) jacks
Rear channel line output jacks.
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• When you select 6CH INPUT as the input source, this unit
automatically turns off the digital sound field processor, and
you cannot listen to DSP programs.
• When you select 6CH INPUT as the input source, changing
items 1A to 1E on the SET MENU is not affected.
CONNECTIONS
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR Switch
Select the left or right position according to the impedance of the speakers in your system. Be sure to move this switch
only when this unit is in the standby mode.
Switch Speaker
position
MAINS
If you use one set of main speakers, the impedance of
each speaker must be 4 Ω or higher.
AC OUTLETS
SWITCHED
100W MAX. TOTAL
Left
Main
If you use two sets of main speakers, the impedance of
each speaker must be 8 Ω or higher.
Center
The impedance must be 6 Ω or higher.
Rear
SET BEFORE POWER ON
MAIN A OR B: 8 MIN. /SPEAKER
A + B:16 MIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER
: 8 MIN. /SPEAKER
: 8 MIN. /SPEAKER
REAR
Main
The impedance of each speaker must be 6 Ω or higher.
If you use one set of main speakers, the impedance of
each speaker must be 8 Ω or higher.
If you use two sets of main speakers, the impedance of
each speaker must be 16 Ω or higher.
Right
Center
The impedance must be 8 Ω or higher.
Rear
The impedance of each speaker must be 8 Ω or higher.
BASIC
OPERAIONT
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR
MAIN A OR B: 4 MIN. /SPEAKER
A + B: 8 MIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER
: 6 MIN. /SPEAKER
: 6 MIN. /SPEAKER
REAR
Impedance level
PREPARATION
(Europe model)
INTRODUCTION
WARNING
Do not change the IMPEDANCE SELECTOR switch setting while the power of this unit is on, otherwise the unit
may be damaged.
If this unit fails to turn on when STANDBY/ON (or POWER) is pressed, the IMPEDANCE SELECTOR switch may
not be fully slid to either position. If so, slide the switch to either position fully when this unit is in the standby
mode.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR
Connecting the Power Supply Cords
After completing all connections, connect the AC power cord to an AC power outlet. Disconnect the AC power cord if
you will not use this unit for a long period of time.
(Europe model)
MAINS
AC OUTLETS
SWITCHED
100W MAX. TOTAL
SET BEFORE POWER ON
MAIN A OR B: 4 MIN. /SPEAKER
A + B: 8 MIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER
: 6 MIN. /SPEAKER
: 6 MIN. /SPEAKER
REAR
MAIN A OR B: 8 MIN. /SPEAKER
A + B:16 MIN. /SPEAKER
: 8 MIN. /SPEAKER
: 8 MIN. /SPEAKER
CENTER
REAR
APPENDIX
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR
Europe model ............................................... 2 OUTLETS
U.K. model ..................................................... 1 OUTLET
Use these outlets to connect the power cords from your
components to this unit. The power to the AC
OUTLET(S) is controlled by this unit’s STANDBY/ON
(or POWER and STANDBY). These outlets will supply
power to any connected component whenever this unit is
turned on. The maximum power (total power
consumption of components) that can be connected to the
AC OUTLET(S) is 100 W.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
■ AC OUTLET(S) (SWITCHED)
To AC outlet
English
SWITCHED
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ON-SCREEN DISPLAY (OSD)
You can display the operation information for this unit on
a video monitor. If you display the SET MENU and DSP
program parameter settings on a monitor, it is much easier
to see the available options and parameters than it is by
reading this information on the front panel display.
Selecting the OSD Mode
1
When you turn on the power, the video
monitor and front panel display show the
level of the main volume for a few seconds
and then switch to show the current DSP
program.
2
Press ON SCREEN on the remote control
repeatedly to change the display mode.
The OSD mode changes in the following order: full
display, short display, and display off.
y
• If a video source is being reproduced, the OSD is
superimposed over the image.
• The OSD signal is not output to the REC OUT jack, and will
not be recorded with any video signal.
• You can set the OSD to turn on (blue background) or off when
a video source is not being reproduced (or the source
component is turned off) by using “14 DISPLAY SET” on the
SET MENU (see page 46).
OSD Modes
You can change the amount of information the OSD
shows.
Full display
This mode always shows the DSP program parameter
settings on the video monitor (see page 63).
Short display
This mode briefly shows the same contents as the front
panel display at the bottom of the screen and then
disappears.
Display off
This mode briefly shows the “DISPLAY OFF” message at
the bottom of the screen and then disappears. Afterwards,
no changes to operations appear on the monitor except
those of the ON SCREEN button.
P01 CONCERT HALL
INIT. DLY
ROOM SIZE
LIVENESS
45ms
1.0
5
P01 CONCERT HALL
Full display
Short display
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• When you choose the full display mode, INPUT l / h,
VOLUME and some other types of operation information are
displayed at the bottom of the screen in the same format as that
for the front panel display.
• The SET MENU and test tone display appear regardless of the
OSD mode.
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Notes
• If you choose a video input source that has a component
connected to both the S VIDEO IN and composite VIDEO IN
jacks, and both the S VIDEO OUT and composite VIDEO
OUT jacks are connected to a video monitor, the video signal is
output to both the S VIDEO OUT and VIDEO OUT jacks.
However, the OSD is carried only on the S-video signal. If no
video signal is input, the OSD is carried on both the S-video
and composite video signals.
• If your video monitor is connected only to the COMPONENT
VIDEO jacks of this unit, the OSD is not shown. Make sure to
connect your video monitor to the COMPONENT VIDEO
jacks and either VIDEO or S VIDEO jacks if you want to see
the OSD.
• Playing back video software that has an anti-copy signal or
video signals with a lot of noise may produce unstable images.
SPEAKER MODE SETTINGS
Summary of SPEAKER SET Items 1A through 1E
Description
Initial setting
1A CENTER SP
Selects the center channel output mode according to the size of the center speaker.
The possible settings are LRG (large), SML (small) and NONE.
LRG
1B MAIN SP
Selects the main channel output mode according to the size of the main speakers.
The possible settings are LARGE and SMALL.
LARGE
1C REAR L/R SP
Selects the rear channel output mode according to the size of the rear speakers.
The possible settings are LRG (large), SML (small) and NONE.
1D LFE/BASS OUT
Selects a speaker for the LFE signal output and low bass signal.
The possible settings are SWFR (subwoofer), MAIN, and BOTH.
BOTH
1E MAIN LEVEL
Selects the output level for the main channel signal.
The possible settings are Normal and –10 dB.
Normal
PREPARATION
Item
INTRODUCTION
This unit has 5 SPEAKER SET items on the SET MENU that you must set according to the number of speakers in your
configuration and their size. The following table summarizes these SPEAKER SET items, and shows the initial settings
as well as other possible settings. If the initial settings are not appropriate for your speaker configuration, change the
settings on the SET MENU (see page 39).
LRG
BASIC
OPERAIONT
ADVANCED
OPERATION
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
APPENDIX
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ADJUSTING THE SPEAKER OUTPUT LEVELS
This section explains how to adjust the speaker output
levels by using the test tone generator. When this
adjustment is made, the output level heard at the listening
position will be the same from each speaker. This is
important for the best performance of the digital sound
field processor, the Dolby Pro Logic decoder, Dolby
Digital decoder and DTS decoder.
Note
• Since this unit cannot enter the test mode while headphones are
connected to this unit, be sure to unplug the headphones from
the PHONES jack when using the test tone.
Using the Test Tone (TEST DOLBY
SUR.)
Use the test tone to balance the output levels of the 5
speakers required for a surround sound system. The
adjustment of each speaker output level should be made at
your listening position with the remote control. After
completing the adjustments, use VOLUME +/– at your
listening position to check if the adjustments are
satisfactory.
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1
Before You Begin
5
4
1
INPUT
VOLUME
3
6CH INPUT
INPUT MODE
D I G I T A L
D I G I TA L
SURROUND
STANDBY
/ON
A/B/C/D/E
PRESET/
TUNING
EFFECT
PROGRAM
PRESET
TUNING RDS MODE
/TUNING FM/AM MEMORY MODE
/FREQ
EON
PTY SEEK
BASS
TREBLE
TUNER
SPEAKERS
A
B
BASS
PROCESSOR
EXTENSION DIRECT
ON
EDIT
PHONES
OFF
MAN'L/AUTO FM AUTO/MAN'L MONO
S VIDEO
VIDEO
MODE START
L AUDIO R
OPTICAL
DSP
–
SILENT
+
+
VIDEO AUX
2 3
1
–
3
Press STANDBY/ON to
turn on the power. Turn on
the video monitor.
Set the selector dial to the
AMP/TUN (or DSP/TUN)
position.
2
Press TEST to output the test tone.
3
Adjust the volume so you can hear the test
tone.
The test tone is heard from the left main speaker,
center speaker, right main speaker, right rear speaker
and left rear speaker in order. The tone is produced
for 2.5 seconds each time.
STANDBY
/ON
2
Press SPEAKERS A or B
to select the main
speakers to be used.
If you are using two sets of the
main speakers, press both A
and B.
3
Set BASS and TREBLE on the front panel to
the center position and set BASS
EXTENSION to OFF.
BASS
1
SPEAKERS
A
B
LEFT
RIGHT
(TEST LEFT) (TEST RIGHT)
TREBLE
BASS
PROCESSOR
EXTENSION DIRECT
–
+
–
+
ON
OFF
CENTER
(TEST CENTER)
Set to OFF.
LEFT SURROUND
(TEST L SUR.)
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RIGHT SURROUND
(TEST R SUR.)
ADJUSTING THE SPEAKER OUTPUT
CONNECTIONS
LEVELS
The state of the test tone output is also shown on the
monitor by an image of the audio listening room.
This is convenient for adjusting each speaker level.
LEFT
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• The tonal quality of the center speaker can be adjusted by using
“5 CENTER GEQ” on the SET MENU (see page 43).
• You can increase the output levels of the effect speakers
(center, left rear and right rear) to +10 dB. If the output level of
these speakers is lower than that of the main speakers even
after you have increased the output level of these speakers up to
+10 dB, set “1E MAIN LEVEL” on the SET MENU to –10 dB
(see page 42). This setting decreases the main speaker output
level to about one-third of the normal level. After you have set
“1E MAIN LEVEL” on the SET MENU to –10 dB, adjust the
levels for the center and rear speakers again.
PREPARATION
• If “1A CENTER SP” on the SET MENU is set to NONE, the
center channel sound is automatically output from the left and
right main speakers.
Note
• If the test tone cannot be heard, turn down the volume, set the
unit in the standby mode and check the speaker connections.
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BASIC
OPERAIONT
Press LEVEL repeatedly
to select the speaker to be
adjusted.
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• Once you press LEVEL, you can also select the speaker to be
adjusted by pressing d. (Pressing u changes the selection in
the reverse order.)
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When the adjustment is complete, press
TEST.
The test tone stops and the
current DSP program appears
on the front panel display and
on the video monitor.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Press j / i repeatedly to
adjust the output level of
the effect speakers so that
the output level coming
from each speaker is the
same.
While adjusting, the test tone is heard from the
selected speaker.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
5
INTRODUCTION
TEST DOLBY SUR.
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APPENDIX
English
23
BASIC OPERATION
BASIC PLAYBACK
When using the remote control, set the selector dial to
the AMP/TUN position.
1
3
5
INPUT
VOLUME
3
6CH INPUT
INPUT MODE
D I G I T A L
D I G I TA L
SURROUND
STANDBY
/ON
A/B/C/D/E
PRESET/
TUNING
EFFECT
PROGRAM
PRESET
TUNING RDS MODE
/TUNING FM/AM MEMORY MODE
/FREQ
EON
PTY SEEK
BASS
3
Press INPUT l / h repeatedly (or press one
of the input selector buttons) to select the
input source.
• The current input source is indicated on the front
panel display with an arrow.
• The current input source name and input mode
appear on the front panel display and on the video
monitor for a few seconds.
TREBLE
TUNER
SPEAKERS
A
B
BASS
PROCESSOR
EXTENSION DIRECT
ON
EDIT
PHONES
OFF
MAN'L/AUTO FM AUTO/MAN'L MONO
S VIDEO
VIDEO
MODE START
L AUDIO R
OPTICAL
INPUT
DSP
+
–
SILENT
–
+
VIDEO AUX
or
2 5
5
6
Front panel
6
VIRTUAL
1
3
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
Remote control
PS
PTY
RT
CT
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
DOLBY DIGITAL
ZONE 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
PRO LOGIC ENTERTAINMENT MEMORY TUNED
VOLUME
dB
ms
D-TV/LD
CBL/SAT
VCR 1
VCR2/DVR
V-AUX
DVD
MD/TAPE
CD-R
TUNER
CD
PHONO
5
Selected input source
Select this:
1
Press STANDBY/ON (or POWER) to turn on
the power. Turn on the video monitor.
The front panel display and the video monitor show
the level of the main volume for a few seconds and
then switch to show the current DSP program.
DVD:
D-TV/LD:
CBL/SAT:
VCR 1:
VCR 2/DVR:
V-AUX:
STANDBY
/ON
or
Front panel
2
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Press SPEAKERS A or B
to select the main
speakers to be used.
If you are using two sets of
main speakers, press both A
and B.
Remote control
SPEAKERS
A
B
Front panel
PHONO:
CD:
TUNER:
CD-R:
MD/TAPE:
To reproduce the signal from
this component
DVD player
TV or digital TV/LD player
Cable TV/satellite tuner
Video cassette deck 1
Video cassette deck 2/digital
video recorder
Another A/V component
(connected to the VIDEO AUX
jacks on the front panel)
Turntable
CD player
AM/FM tuner
CD recorder
MD recorder/tape deck
BASIC PLAYBACK
6
Use the digital sound field processor.
See page 28.
INTRODUCTION
To select a source connected to the 6CH INPUT
jacks
Press 6CH INPUT until “6CH INPUT” appears on the
front panel display and on the video monitor.
PROGRAM
6CH INPUT
or
or
Front panel
Remote control
Front panel
Remote control
■ To mute the sound
5
Start playback (or select a broadcast station)
on the source component.
Refer to the operation instructions for the
component.
VOLUME
or
Front panel
Remote control
TREBLE
• You can also cancel mute to press any operation buttons such as
VOLUME +/–.
• During muting, “MUTE ON” appears on the front panel
display and on the video monitor.
■ When you have finished using
this unit
Press STANDBY/ON (or STANDBY) to set
this unit in the standby mode.
■ Notes on the digital signal
The digital input jacks of this unit can also handle
96-kHz sampling digital signals. (To utilize this, use a
source that supports 96-kHz sampling digital signals and
set the player for digital output. Refer to the operation
instructions for the player.) Note the following when a 96kHz sampling digital signal is input to this unit:
1. The following indication will appear on the front panel
display.
BASS
PROCESSOR
EXTENSION DIRECT
VIRTUAL
–
+
–
+
ON
OFF
Front panel
Note
PS
PTY
RT
CT
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
DOLBY DIGITAL
ZONE 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
PRO LOGIC ENTERTAINMENT MEMORY TUNED
VOLUME
dB
ms
D-TV/LD
CBL/SAT
VCR 1
VCR2/DVR
V-AUX
DVD
MD/TAPE
CD-R
TUNER
CD
PHONO
2. DSP programs cannot be selected. Sound will be
output as normal 2-channel stereo sound from only the
left and right main speakers.
Note
• If “1B MAIN SP” on the SET MENU is set to SMALL or “1D
LFE/BASS OUT” is set to BOTH, the sound is also output
from the subwoofer.
3. Adjustment of the speaker output level described on
page 47 cannot be made.
APPENDIX
• If the component connected to the VCR 1 OUT, VCR 2/DVR
OUT, CD-R OUT and MD/TAPE OUT jacks is turned off, the
reproduced sound may be distorted or the volume may be
lowered. In these cases, turn on the component.
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
BASS
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ADVANCED
OPERATION
Adjust the volume to the desired output
level.
If desired, use BASS, TREBLE and BASS
EXTENSION etc. These controls are only effective
for sound from the main speakers.
Press MUTE on the
remote control.
To restore the audio output to
the previous volume level,
press MUTE again.
BASIC
OPERATION
4
PREPARATION
Notes
• If “6CH INPUT” is shown on the front panel display and on
the video monitor, no other source can be played. To select
another input source with INPUT l / h (or the input selector
buttons), press 6CH INPUT to turn off “6CH INPUT” from the
front panel display and the video monitor.
• If you want to enjoy an audio source connected to the 6CH
INPUT jacks together with a video source, first select the video
source and then press 6CH INPUT.
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BASIC PLAYBACK
■ BGV (background video) function
The BGV function allows you to combine a video image
from a video source with a sound from an audio source.
(For example, you can listen to classical music while you
are watching a video.)
Select a source from the video group and then select a
source from the audio group with the input selector
buttons on the remote control. The BGV function does
not work if you select the sources with INPUT l / h on
the front panel.
AUTO:
In this mode, the input signal is
automatically selected in the following
order:
1) Dolby Digital or DTS signal
2) Digital (PCM) signal
3) Analog signal
DTS:
In this mode, only the digital input signal
encoded with DTS is selected even if
another signal is input at the same time.
ANALOG: In this mode, only the analog input signal is
selected even if a digital signal is input at
the same time.
Notes
Input Modes and Indications
This unit comes with various input jacks. If your
component is connected to more than one type of input
jack, you can set the priority of the input signal.
When you turn on the power of this unit, the input mode
is set according to “8 INPUT MODE” on the SET MENU
(see page 44 for details).
Press INPUT MODE (or the input selector
button that you have pressed to select the
input source on the remote control)
repeatedly until the desired input mode is
shown on the front panel display and on the
video monitor.
INPUT MODE
or
Front panel
VIRTUAL
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
Remote control
PS
PTY
RT
CT
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
DOLBY DIGITAL
ZONE 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
PRO LOGIC ENTERTAINMENT MEMORY TUNED
VOLUME
dB
ms
Input mode
26
D-TV/LD
CBL/SAT
VCR 1
VCR2/DVR
V-AUX
DVD
MD/TAPE
CD-R
TUNER
CD
PHONO
• If digital signals are input from both the COAXIAL and
OPTICAL jacks, the digital signal from the COAXIAL jack is
selected.
• When AUTO is selected, this unit automatically determines the
type of signal. If this unit detects a Dolby Digital or DTS
signal, the decoder automatically switches to the appropriate
setting and reproduces 5.1 channel source.
• The sound output may be interrupted for some LD and DVD
players in the following situation: The input mode is set to
AUTO. A search is performed while playing the disc encoded
with Dolby Digital or DTS, and then disc playing is restored.
The sound output is interrupted for a moment because the
digital signal was selected again.
BASIC PLAYBACK
■ Notes on playing a source
encoded with a DTS signal
PREPARATION
• For LD software that does not contain a digital
soundtrack, connect the LD player to the analog jacks
and set the input mode to AUTO or ANALOG.
• If the LD player is transmitting a signal by a nonstandard method, this unit cannot detect the Dolby
Digital or DTS signal. In this case, the decoder
automatically switches to PCM or analog.
• Some A/V components such as LD players output
different audio signals through their analog and digital
jacks. Change the input mode as necessary.
• While you are operating the LD player and playing a
disc encoded with a Dolby Digital signal, if you
switch from the pause or chapter forwarding function
to normal playback, you may hear the PCM or analog
sound an instant before the Dolby Digital signal is
played.
INTRODUCTION
BASIC
OPERATION
ADVANCED
OPERATION
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
• If the digital output data of the player has been
processed in any way, you may not be able to
perform DTS decoding even if you make a digital
connection between this unit and the player.
• If you play a source encoded with a DTS signal and
set the input mode to ANALOG, this unit reproduces
the noise of an unprocessed DTS signal. When you
want to play a DTS source, be sure to connect the
source to a digital input jack and set the input mode
to AUTO or DTS.
• If you switch the input mode to ANALOG while
playing a source encoded with a DTS signal, this unit
reproduces no sound.
• If you play a source encoded with a DTS signal and
set the input mode to AUTO, there will be a moment
of noise while the unit recognizes the DTS signal and
turns on the DTS decoder. This is not a malfunction.
You can avoid this by setting the input mode to DTS
beforehand.
• If you continue to play a source encoded with a DTS
signal with the input mode setting left to AUTO, this
unit automatically switches to the “DTS-decoding”
mode to prevent noise from being generated during
subsequent operation. (The “t” indicator lights
up on the front panel display.) The “t” indicator
will flash immediately after playback of a source
encoded with a DTS signal has finished. Only a
source encoded with a DTS signal can be played
back while this indicator is flashing. If you want to
play a normal PCM source soon, set the input mode
back to AUTO.
• The “t” indicator will flash when the input mode
is set to AUTO and a search or skip operation is
performed while playing back a source encoded with
a DTS signal. If this status continues for 30 or more
seconds, the unit will automatically switch from the
“DTS-decoding” mode to PCM digital signal input
mode and the “t” indicator will go out.
■ Notes on playing an LD source
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BASIC PLAYBACK
2
Selecting a Sound Field Program
You can enhance your listening experience by selecting a
DSP program. For details about each program, see pages
57 to 60.
INPUT
VOLUME
6CH INPUT
INPUT MODE
D I G I T A L
D I G I TA L
SURROUND
STANDBY
/ON
A/B/C/D/E
PRESET/
TUNING
EFFECT
PROGRAM
PRESET
TUNING RDS MODE
/TUNING FM/AM MEMORY MODE
/FREQ
EON
PTY SEEK
BASS
Use the numeric buttons to select the
desired program before the indicator goes
off (or press PROGRAM l / h repeatedly on
the front panel).
• For example, to select the sub-program
“Spectacle”, press MOVIE THEATER 1
repeatedly.
• The name of the selected program appears on the
front panel display and on the video monitor.
TREBLE
TUNER
SPEAKERS
A
B
BASS
PROCESSOR
EXTENSION DIRECT
ON
OFF
EDIT
PHONES
MAN'L/AUTO FM AUTO/MAN'L MONO
S VIDEO
VIDEO
MODE START
L AUDIO R
OPTICAL
DSP
–
SILENT
+
–
+
VIDEO AUX
PROGRAM
or
2
Front panel
1
Remote control
Program group
VIRTUAL
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
2
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PS PTY RT CT
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
ZONE 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
MEMORY TUNED
VOLUME
dB
ms
D-TV/LD
CBL/SAT
VCR 1
VCR2/DVR
V-AUX
DVD
MD/TAPE
CD-R
TUNER
CD
PHONO
Program name (sub-program)
Notes
1
Press DSP on the remote
control.
The indicator lights up for
about 3 seconds.
Remote control
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• If the selector dial is set to the DSP/TUN position, skip this
step.
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• Choose a DSP program based on your listening preference, and
not on the name of the program. The acoustics of your listening
room affect the DSP program. Minimize the sound reflections
in your room to maximize the effect created by the program.
• When you select an input source, this unit automatically selects
the last DSP program used with that source.
• When you set this unit in the standby mode, the current source
and DSP program are memorized and are automatically
selected when you turn on the power again.
• If a Dolby Digital or DTS signal is input when the input mode
is set to AUTO, the DSP program automatically switches to the
appropriate decoding program.
• When a monaural source is being played with PRO LOGIC/
Normal or PRO LOGIC/ENHANCED, no sound will be heard
from the main speakers and the rear speakers. Sound can only
be heard from the center speaker. However, if “1A CENTER
SP” on the SET MENU is set to NONE, the center channel
sound is output from the main speakers.
• When a source connected to the 6CH INPUT jacks of this unit
is selected, the digital sound field processor cannot be used.
• When 96-kHz sampling digital signals are input to this unit, the
DSP program cannot be selected. In this case, the sound is
reproduced as normal 2-channel stereo.
BASIC PLAYBACK
■ Dolby Digital Matrix 6.1 or DTS
ES decoder
Normal Stereo Reproduction
Press EFFECT to turn off the sound effect
for normal stereo reproduction.
Press EFFECT again to turn the sound effect back
on.
EFFECT
or
Remote control
Front panel
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PS PTY RT CT
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
ZONE 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
MEMORY TUNED
VOLUME
D-TV/LD
CBL/SAT
VCR 1
VCR2/DVR
V-AUX
DVD
MD/TAPE
CD-R
TUNER
CD
PHONO
The “ c ” indicator lights up.
■ Virtual CINEMA DSP and SILENT
CINEMA DSP
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• If the selector dial is set to a position other than the DSP/TUN
position, first press DSP and then EFFECT on the remote
control.
Notes
• If you turn off the sound effect, no sound is output from the
center and rear speakers.
• If you turn off the sound effect while a Dolby Digital or DTS
signal is being output, the dynamic range of the signal is
automatically compressed and the sounds of the center and rear
speaker channels are mixed and output from the main speakers.
• The volume may be greatly reduced when you turn off the
sound effect or if you set “10B D-RANGE” on the SET MENU
to MIN. In this case turn on the sound effect.
BASIC
OPERATION
You can experience the virtual CINEMA DSP sound field
by setting “1C REAR L/R SP” on the SET MENU to
NONE. The sound field processing is changed to the
Virtual CINEMA DSP mode according to the selected
DSP program. Virtual CINEMA DSP is performed by
using the main speakers. You can also listen to SILENT
CINEMA DSP by connecting your headphones to the
PHONES jack while the digital sound field processor is
on.
Remote control
PREPARATION
VIRTUAL
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
INTRODUCTION
If you want to use the Dolby Digital Surround EX or DTS
ES software, press 6.1/ES to turn on the Dolby Digital
Matrix 6.1 or DTS ES decoder (see “12 6.1/ES AUTO”
on pages 45 and 60 for details).
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Note
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
• This unit is not set in the virtual CINEMA DSP mode even if
“1C REAR L/R SP” is set to NONE in the following cases:
– when the 5ch Stereo, DOLBY DIGITAL/Normal or DTS/
Normal program is selected;
– when the sound effect is turned off;
– when 6CH INPUT is selected as the input source;
– when 96-kHz sampling digital signals are input to this unit;
– when the Dolby Digital KARAOKE source is played;
– when using the test tone; or
– when connecting the headphones.
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TUNING
Connecting the Antennas
Both AM and FM indoor antennas are included with this unit. In general, these antennas should provide sufficient signal
strength.
Connect each antenna correctly to the designated terminals.
AM loop antenna
(included)
Indoor FM
antenna
(included)
(Europe model)
DIGITAL OUTPUT
MD/
TAPE
CD-R
OPTICAL
TUNER
3
Release the tab to lock the lead wires.
Lightly pull the lead wires to confirm a good
connection.
4
Attach the loop antenna to the antenna
stand.
5
Orient the AM loop antenna so that the best
reception is obtained.
AM
ANT
GND
CD
CD-R
75
UNBAL.
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FM
ANT
• The AM loop antenna can be removed from the stand and
attached to a wall, etc.
DVD
GND
D-TV
/LD
Notes
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
• The AM loop antenna should be placed away from this unit.
• The AM loop antenna should always be connected, even if an
outdoor AM antenna is connected to this unit.
CD
CBL
/SAT
DIGITAL INPUT
Ground (GND terminal)
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.
A properly installed outdoor antenna provides clearer
reception than an indoor one. If you experience poor
reception quality, an outdoor antenna may improve the
quality. Consult the nearest authorized YAMAHA
dealer or service center about the outdoor antennas.
■ Connecting the indoor FM
antenna
Connecting a coaxial cable to the included
75-ohm/300-ohm antenna adapter (U.K. model
only)
Connect the included indoor FM antenna to the 75Ω
UNBAL. FM ANT terminal.
1
2
Note
• Do not connect an outdoor FM antenna and the indoor FM
antenna at the same time.
■ Connecting the AM loop antenna
2
Cover
Open the cover of the
included 75-ohm/300-ohm
antenna adapter.
Cut the external sleeve of
the 75-ohm coaxial cable
and prepare it for
connection.
Lead wire
Cut the lead wire and
remove it.
5
4
Antenna stand
1
2
30
Unit: mm
(inch)
3
1
3
4
11 (7/16)
8 (5/16)
6 (1/14)
Press and hold the tab to unlock the terminal
hole.
Insert the AM loop antenna lead wires into
the AM ANT and GND terminals.
Clamp
with
pliers.
5
Clamp with
pliers.
Insert the wire
into the slot.
Insert the cable wire into the
slot, and clamp it with
pliers.
Snap the cover into
place.
TUNING
y
Automatic (or Manual) Tuning
Automatic tuning is effective when station signals are
strong and there is no interference.
1
INPUT
VOLUME
6CH INPUT
INPUT MODE
INTRODUCTION
• Use the manual tuning method if the tuning search does not
stop at the desired station because the signal is weak.
• When tuned in to a station, the “TUNED” indicator lights up
and the frequency of the received station is shown on the front
panel display. If an RDS station that offers the PS data service
is being received, the station name is shown instead of the
frequency on the front panel display.
D I G I T A L
If the signal from the station you want to select is weak,
you must tune in to it manually.
D I G I TA L
SURROUND
STANDBY
/ON
A/B/C/D/E
PRESET/
TUNING
EFFECT
PROGRAM
PRESET
TUNING RDS MODE
/TUNING FM/AM MEMORY MODE
/FREQ
EON
PTY SEEK
BASS
TREBLE
3
TUNER
SPEAKERS
A
B
BASS
PROCESSOR
EXTENSION DIRECT
ON
OFF
EDIT
PHONES
MAN'L/AUTO FM AUTO/MAN'L MONO
S VIDEO
VIDEO
MODE START
L AUDIO R
OPTICAL
DSP
–
SILENT
+
–
+
VIDEO AUX
PREPARATION
Press TUNING MODE (AUTO/MAN’L MONO)
so that the “AUTO” indicator goes off from
the front panel display.
TUNING
MODE
4
2 3
AUTO/MAN'L MONO
Press INPUT l / h to
select TUNER as the input
source.
2
Press FM/AM to select the reception band.
“FM” or “AM” appears on the front panel display.
If the colon (:) appears on the front panel display
next to the band indication, press PRESET/TUNING
(EDIT) to turn it off.
INPUT
PRESET
/TUNING
EDIT
FM/AM
VIRTUAL
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
PS
Turn this indicator off.
Press TUNING MODE (AUTO/MAN’L MONO)
so that the “AUTO” indicator lights up on the
front panel display.
4
AUTO
AUTO/MAN'L MONO
PRESET
/TUNING
Note
VIRTUAL
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
PS
PTY
• Manually tuning in to an FM station will automatically change
the reception mode to monaural to increase the signal quality.
RT
CT
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
DOLBY DIGITAL
ZONE 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
PRO LOGIC ENTERTAINM
ENTERTAINMENT MEMORY TUNED
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
EDIT
Press PRESET/TUNING l / h to tune in to
the desired station manually.
PRESET/
Hold down the button to
TUNING
continue the tuning search.
Lights up
If the colon (:) appears on the front panel display
next to the band indication, press PRESET/TUNING
(EDIT) to turn it off.
dB
ms
Turn this indicator off.
4
CT
ADVANCED
OPERATION
TUNING
MODE
RT
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
DOLBY DIGITAL
ZONE 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
PRO LOGIC ENTERTAINM
ENTERTAINMENT MEMORY TUNED
or
3
PTY
BASIC
OPERATION
1
AUTO
Goes off
APPENDIX
Press PRESET/TUNING l or h once to
begin automatic tuning.
Press h to tune in to a higher
PRESET/
TUNING
frequency, or press l to tune
in to a lower frequency. Press
the same button again if the
tuning search does not stop at
the desired station.
English
31
TUNING
Notes
Presetting Stations
■ Automatically presetting stations
(for RDS stations)
You can use the automatic preset tuning feature to store
RDS stations. This function enables the unit to
automatically tune in to RDS stations with strong signals,
and to store up to 40 (8 stations x 5 groups) of those
stations in order. (See pages 35 to 37 for details on RDS
stations.) This feature enables you to easily tune in to any
preset station by selecting the preset station number (see
page 33).
INPUT
VOLUME
6CH INPUT
INPUT MODE
D I G I T A L
D I G I TA L
SURROUND
STANDBY
/ON
A/B/C/D/E
PRESET/
TUNING
EFFECT
PROGRAM
PRESET
TUNING RDS MODE
/TUNING FM/AM MEMORY MODE
/FREQ
EON
PTY SEEK
BASS
• Any stored station data existing under a preset number is
cleared when you store a new station under that preset
number.
• You can manually replace a preset station with another FM or
AM station by simply following the procedure in the section
“Manually presetting stations” on page 33.
• If the number of the received stations does not reach E8,
automatic preset tuning has automatically stopped after
searching all stations.
• Only RDS stations with sufficient signal strength are stored
automatically by automatic preset tuning. If the station you
want to store is weak in signal strength, tune in to it manually
in the monaural mode, and store it by following the procedure
in “Manually presetting stations” on page 33. (There may be
a case that this unit cannot receive a station which could be
received by using the automatic tuning method. This is
because this unit receives a large amount of PI (Program
Identification) data along with the station.)
TREBLE
TUNER
SPEAKERS
A
B
BASS
PROCESSOR
EXTENSION DIRECT
ON
EDIT
PHONES
OFF
MAN'L/AUTO FM AUTO/MAN'L MONO
S VIDEO
VIDEO
MODE START
L AUDIO R
OPTICAL
DSP
–
SILENT
+
+
–
VIDEO AUX
132
1
Press FM/AM to select the FM band.
FM/AM
2
Press TUNING MODE (AUTO/MAN’L MONO)
so that the “AUTO” indicator lights up on the
front panel display.
TUNING
MODE
AUTO
Lights up
AUTO/MAN'L MONO
3
Press and hold MEMORY (MAN’L/AUTO FM)
for more than 3 seconds.
The preset number, the “MEMORY” and “AUTO”
indicators flash. Then, after about 5 seconds,
automatic preset tuning begins from the frequency
currently displayed toward the higher frequencies.
MEMORY
MAN'L/AUTO FM
VIRTUAL
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
PS
PTY
RT
Memory back-up
The memory back-up circuit prevents the stored data
from being lost even if this unit is set in the standby
mode, the power cord is disconnected from the AC
outlet, or the power supply is temporarily cut due to
power failure. However, if the power is cut for more
than one week, the preset stations may be cleared. If
so, store the stations again by using the presetting
station methods.
CT
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
DOLBY DIGITAL
ZONE
2
ZO
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
SLE
PRO LOGIC ENTERTAINMENT MEMORY TUNED
When automatic preset tuning is completed, the front
panel display shows the frequency of the last preset
station.
32
Automatic preset tuning options
You can select the preset number from which the unit
will store RDS stations and/or begin tuning toward
lower frequencies. Before automatic preset tuning
begins (after pressing MEMORY in step 3):
1. Press A/B/C/D/E and PRESET/TUNING l / h to
select the preset number under which the first station
will be stored. Automatic preset tuning will stop
when stations have all been stored up to E8.
2. Press PRESET/TUNING (EDIT) to turn off the
colon (:) and then press PRESET/TUNING l to
begin tuning toward lower frequencies.
dB
ms
TUNING
■ Manually presetting stations
5
INPUT
VOLUME
6CH INPUT
INPUT MODE
D I G I T A L
D I G I TA L
SURROUND
STANDBY
/ON
A/B/C/D/E
PRESET/
TUNING
EFFECT
PROGRAM
PRESET
TUNING RDS MODE
/TUNING FM/AM MEMORY MODE
/FREQ
EON
PTY SEEK
BASS
TREBLE
TUNER
SPEAKERS
A
B
BASS
PROCESSOR
EXTENSION DIRECT
ON
OFF
EDIT
PHONES
MAN'L/AUTO FM AUTO/MAN'L MONO
S VIDEO
VIDEO
VIRTUAL
MODE START
L AUDIO R
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
DSP
–
SILENT
+
–
+
VIDEO AUX
PS
PTY
RT
CT
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
DOLBY DIGITAL
ZONE 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
PRO LOGIC ENTERTAINMENT MEMORY TUNED
VOLUME
dB
ms
DVD
MD/TAPE
CD-R
TUNER
CD
PHONO
D-TV/LD
CBL/SAT
VCR 1
VCR2/DVR
V-AUX
INTRODUCTION
Press MEMORY (MAN’L/AUTO FM) while the
“MEMORY” indicator is flashing.
The station band and
MEMORY
frequency appear on the front
MAN'L/AUTO FM
panel display with the preset
group and number you have
selected.
You can also store up to 40 stations (8 stations x 5
groups) manually.
Shows the displayed station has been stored as A1.
6
2,5
Repeat steps 1 to 5 to store other stations.
Notes
1
Tune in to a station.
See page 31 for tuning instructions.
2
Press MEMORY (MAN’L/AUTO FM).
The “MEMORY” indicator flashes for about
5 seconds.
MEMORY
Flashes
3
You can tune any desired station simply by selecting the
preset station number under which it was stored.
You can also tune a preset station with the remote control.
Set the selector dial to the AMP/TUN position and press
TUNER to select TUNER as the input source.
INPUT
VOLUME
6CH INPUT
INPUT MODE
D I G I T A L
D I G I TA L
SURROUND
STANDBY
/ON
A/B/C/D/E
VIRTUAL
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
PS PTY RT CT
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
DOLBY DIGITAL
ZONE 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
MEMORY TUNED
PRO LOGIC ENTERTAINMENT
ENTERTAINM
SPEAKERS
A
B
A/B/C/D/E
PRESET/
TUNING
EFFECT
PROGRAM
PRESET
TUNING RDS MODE
/TUNING FM/AM MEMORY MODE
/FREQ
ON
dB
ms
OFF
EDIT
PHONES
MAN'L/AUTO FM AUTO/MAN'L MONO
S VIDEO
VIDEO
PTY SEEK
BASS
TREBLE
MODE START
L AUDIO R
OPTICAL
DSP
–
SILENT
4
EON
TUNER
BASS
PROCESSOR
EXTENSION DIRECT
Press PRESET/TUNING l / h to select a
preset station number (1 to 8) while the
“MEMORY” indicator is flashing.
Press h to select a higher
PRESET/
TUNING
preset station number. Press l
to select a lower preset station
number.
+
–
+
VIDEO AUX
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
1 2
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Press A/B/C/D/E repeatedly to select a preset
station group (A to E) while the “MEMORY”
indicator is flashing.
The group letter appears and make sure that the
colon (:) appears on the front panel display next to
the band indication.
Tuning in to a Preset Station
BASIC
OPERATION
MEMORY
MAN'L/AUTO FM
• Any stored station data existing under a preset number is
cleared when you store a new station under that preset number.
• The reception mode (stereo or monaural) is stored along with
the station frequency.
PREPARATION
3 4
APPENDIX
2
1
English
33
TUNING
1
Press A/B/C/D/E to select the preset station
group.
The preset group letter appears on the front panel
display and changes each time you press A/B/C/D/E.
A/B/C/D/E
Exchanging Preset Stations
You can exchange the assignment of two preset stations
with each other. The example below describes the
procedure for exchanging preset station “E1” with “A5”.
or
INPUT
VOLUME
6CH INPUT
INPUT MODE
A/B/C/D/E
D I G I T A L
Front panel
Remote control
D I G I TA L
SURROUND
STANDBY
/ON
2
Press PRESET/TUNING l / h (or
PRESET –/+) to select a preset station
number (1 to 8).
The preset group and number appear on the front
panel display along with the station band, frequency
and the “TUNED” indicator lights up.
PRESET/
TUNING
VIRTUAL
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
PS
PTY
RT
CT
VOLUME
dB
ms
D-TV/LD
CBL/SAT
VCR 1
VCR2/DVR
V-AUX
OFF
PRESET
TUNING RDS MODE
/TUNING FM/AM MEMORY MODE
/FREQ
EDIT
PHONES
MAN'L/AUTO FM AUTO/MAN'L MONO
S VIDEO
VIDEO
EON
PTY SEEK
BASS
TREBLE
MODE START
L AUDIO R
OPTICAL
–
+
+
–
VIDEO AUX
2,4
1
Tune in to preset station “E1”.
See “Tuning in to a Preset Station” on page 33.
2
Press and hold PRESET/TUNING (EDIT) for
more than 3 seconds.
“E1” and the “MEMORY” indicator flash on the
front panel display.
DVD
MD/TAPE
CD-R
TUNER
CD
PHONO
PRESET
/TUNING
3
PTY
VIRTUAL
CT
ZONE 2
SLEEP
PS
PTY
RT
CT
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
DOLBY DIGITAL
ZONE 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
PRO LOGIC ENTERTAINMENT MEMORY TUNED
dB
ms
Press PRESET/TUNING (EDIT) again.
The stations stored at the two preset assignments are
exchanged.
PRESET
/TUNING
EDIT
VIRTUAL
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
PS
PTY
RT
CT
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
DOLBY DIGITAL
ZONE
ZON 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLE
SLEEP
PRO LOGIC ENTERTAINMENT MEMORY TUNED
Shows the exchange of stations
has been completed.
34
RT
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PTY HOLD EON
DOLBY DIGITAL
NEWS INFO AFF
AFFAIRS SPORT
PRO LOGIC ENTERTAINMENT MEMORY T
Tune in to preset station “A5” by using the
buttons on the front panel.
“A5” and the “MEMORY” indicator flash on the
front panel display.
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
4
PS
VIRTUAL
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
EDIT
y
• You can select the preset station number with the numeric
buttons (1 to 8) on the remote control if code number “0023”
has been set up in the AMP/TUN (or DSP/TUN) position.
PROGRAM
DSP
SILENT
Remote control
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
DOLBY DIGITAL
ZONE 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
PRO LOGIC ENTERTAINMENT MEMORY TUNED
PRESET/
TUNING
EFFECT
BASS
PROCESSOR
EXTENSION DIRECT
ON
or
Front panel
A/B/C/D/E
TUNER
SPEAKERS
A
B
dB
ms
RECEIVING RDS STATIONS
Description of RDS Data
This unit can receive PI, PS, PTY, RT, CT, and EON data
when receiving RDS broadcasting stations.
The name of the RDS station being received is displayed.
■ PTY (Program Type) mode:
■ RT (Radio Text) mode:
■ CT (Clock Time) mode:
The current time is displayed and updated every minute.
If the data are accidentally cut off, “CT WAIT” may
appear.
■ EON (Enhanced Other Networks):
RDS MODE
/FREQ
PS mode
PTY mode
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Information about the program (such as the title of the
song, name of the singer, etc.) on the RDS station being
received is displayed by a maximum of 64 alphanumeric
characters, including the umlaut symbol. If other
characters are used for RT data, they are displayed with
under-bars.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
The program type on the RDS station being received is
displayed. There are 15 program types to classify RDS
stations. You can make this unit search for a station which
is broadcasting a program of the desired type. See
page 36 for details.
Notes
• When an RDS station is being received, do not press RDS
MODE/FREQ until one or more RDS mode indicators light up
on the front panel display. If you press the button before the
indicators light up on the front panel display, the mode cannot
be changed. This is because the unit has not yet received all of
the RDS data on the station.
• RDS data not offered by the station cannot be selected.
• The RDS data service cannot be utilized by this unit if the
received signal is not strong enough. In particular, the RT mode
requires a large amount of data to be received, so it is possible
that the RT mode may not be displayed even if other RDS
modes (PS, PTY, etc.) are displayed.
• RDS data cannot sometimes be received under poor reception
conditions. If so, press TUNING MODE so that the “AUTO”
indicator goes off from the front panel display. Although the
reception mode is changed to monaural by this operation, when
you change the display to RDS mode, RDS data may be
displayed.
• If the signal strength is weakened by external interference
during the reception of an RDS station, the RDS data service
may be cut off suddenly and “...WAIT” will appear on the front
panel display.
BASIC
OPERATION
■ PS (Program Service name)
mode:
The four modes are available in this unit for displaying
RDS data. When an RDS station is being received, PS,
PTY, RT and/or CT mode indicators that correspond to
the RDS data services offered by the station light up on
the front panel display. Press RDS MODE/FREQ
repeatedly to change the display mode among the RDS
data offered by the transmitting station in the order shown
below. Illumination of the red indicator next to the RDS
mode indicator shows that the corresponding RDS mode
is now selected.
PREPARATION
RDS data contains various information such as PI
(Program Identification), PS (Program Service name),
PTY (Program Type), RT (Radio Text), CT (Clock Time),
EON (Enhanced Other Networks), etc. The RDS function
is carried out among the network stations.
Changing the RDS Mode
INTRODUCTION
RDS (Radio Data System) is a data transmission system
by FM stations in many countries. Stations using this
system transmit an inaudible stream of data in addition to
the normal radio signal.
See page 37.
APPENDIX
RT mode
CT mode
English
Frequency
display mode
35
RECEIVING RDS STATIONS
■ To cancel this function
PTY SEEK Function
Press PTY SEEK MODE twice.
If you select the desired program type, the unit
automatically searches all preset RDS stations that are
broadcasting a program of the required type.
INPUT
VOLUME
■ Program types in the PTY mode
There are 15 program types to classify RDS stations.
NEWS
AFFAIRS
INFO
SPORT
EDUCATE
DRAMA
CULTURE
SCIENCE
VARIED
POP M
ROCK M
M.O.R. M
6CH INPUT
INPUT MODE
D I G I T A L
D I G I TA L
SURROUND
STANDBY
/ON
A/B/C/D/E
PRESET/
TUNING
EFFECT
PROGRAM
PRESET
TUNING RDS MODE
/TUNING FM/AM MEMORY MODE
/FREQ
EON
PTY SEEK
BASS
TREBLE
TUNER
SPEAKERS
A
B
BASS
PROCESSOR
EXTENSION DIRECT
ON
EDIT
PHONES
OFF
MAN'L/AUTO FM AUTO/MAN'L MONO
S VIDEO
VIDEO
MODE START
L AUDIO R
OPTICAL
DSP
+
–
SILENT
2
1
–
+
VIDEO AUX
1 3
Press PTY SEEK MODE to set the unit in the
PTY SEEK mode.
The program type of the station being received or
“NEWS” flashes on the front panel display.
LIGHT M
CLASSICS
OTHER M
VIRTUAL
PTY SEEK
MODE
START
Flashes
2
Press PRESET/TUNING l / h to select the
desired program type.
The selected program type appears on the front panel
display.
PRESET/
TUNING
3
Press PTY SEEK START to begin searching
all preset RDS stations.
The selected program type flashes and the “PTY
HOLD” indicator lights up on the front panel display
while searching for stations.
Light up
PTY SEEK
VIRTUAL
MODE
START
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
PCM
B
PS
PTY
RT
CT
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
DOLBY DIGITAL
ZONE 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
PRO LOGIC ENTERTAINMENT MEMORY TUNED
dB
ms
The selected program
type flashes.
• If a station that is broadcasting a program of the
required type is found, the unit stops at that
station.
• If the called station is not the desired one, press
PTY SEEK START again. The unit begins
searching for another station that is broadcasting a
program of the same type.
36
News
Current affairs
General information
Sports
Education
Drama
Culture
Science
Light entertainment
Pops
Rock
Middle-of-the-road music (easylistening)
Light classics
Serious classics
Other music
RECEIVING RDS STATIONS
2
EON Function
EON
Lights up
Note
VIRTUAL
DTS
INPUT
VOLUME
6.1/ES
PCM
D I G I TA L
SURROUND
A/B/C/D/E
PRESET/
TUNING
EFFECT
PROGRAM
PRESET
TUNING RDS MODE
/TUNING FM/AM MEMORY MODE
/FREQ
EON
PTY SEEK
BASS
dB
ms
BASS
PROCESSOR
EXTENSION DIRECT
ON
OFF
EDIT
PHONES
MAN'L/AUTO FM AUTO/MAN'L MONO
S VIDEO
VIDEO
VIRTUAL
DTS
MODE START
L AUDIO R
OPTICAL
2
SILENT
DVD
MD/TAPE
CD-R
TUNER
CD
PHONO
+
–
+
PS PTY RT CT
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
ZONE 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
MEMORY TUNED
VOLUME
VIDEO AUX
6.1/ES
PCM
dB
ms
B
D-TV/LD
CBL/SAT
VCR 1
VCR2/DVR
V-AUX
DVD
MD/TAPE
CD-R
TUNER
CD
PHONO
Flashes
• When broadcasting of the required program ends,
the previously received station (or another
program on the same station) is recalled.
2
1
VIRTUAL
DTS
6.1/ES
PCM
B
2
PS PTY RT CT
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
ZONE 2
INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
MEMORY TUNED
VOLUME
dB
ms
D-TV/LD
CBL/SAT
VCR 1
VCR2/DVR
V-AUX
DVD
MD/TAPE
CD-R
TUNER
CD
PHONO
VIRTUAL
DTS
6.1/ES
PCM
B
2
PS PTY RT CT
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
ZONE 2
INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
MEMORY TUNED
VOLUME
dB
ms
D-TV/LD
CBL/SAT
VCR 1
VCR2/DVR
V-AUX
DVD
MD/TAPE
CD-R
TUNER
CD
PHONO
■ To cancel this function
Press EON repeatedly until no program type name lights
up on the front panel display.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Make sure that the “EON” indicator lights up
on the front panel display.
If the “EON” indicator does not light up, tune in to
another RDS station so that the “EON” indicator
lights up.
BASIC
OPERATION
DSP
–
D-TV/LD
CBL/SAT
VCR 1
VCR2/DVR
V-AUX
TREBLE
TUNER
SPEAKERS
A
B
VOLUME
• If a preset RDS station of the selected program
type starts broadcasting, the unit will automatically
switch from the program being currently received
to that program. The program type name indicator
flashes.
D I G I T A L
STANDBY
/ON
PS PTY RT CT
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
ZONE 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
MEMORY TUNED
B
6CH INPUT
INPUT MODE
2
PREPARATION
• This function can only be used when an RDS station that offers
the EON data service is being received. When such a station is
being received, the “EON” indicator lights up on the front
panel display.
INTRODUCTION
This function uses the EON data service on the RDS
station network. If you simply select the desired program
type (NEWS, INFO, AFFAIRS or SPORT), the unit
automatically searches for all preset RDS stations that are
scheduled to broadcast a program of the required type and
switches from the station being currently received to the
new station when the broadcasts starts.
Press EON repeatedly to select the desired
program type (NEWS, INFO, AFFAIRS or
SPORT).
The selected program type name indicator lights up
on the front panel display.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
APPENDIX
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BASIC RECORDING
Recording adjustments and other operations are
performed from the recording components. Refer to the
operation instructions for these components.
2
INPUT
VOLUME
6CH INPUT
INPUT MODE
D I G I T A L
D I G I TA L
SURROUND
STANDBY
/ON
A/B/C/D/E
PRESET/
TUNING
EFFECT
PROGRAM
PRESET
TUNING RDS MODE
/TUNING FM/AM MEMORY MODE
/FREQ
EON
PTY SEEK
BASS
TREBLE
TUNER
SPEAKERS
A
B
BASS
PROCESSOR
EXTENSION DIRECT
ON
EDIT
PHONES
OFF
MAN'L/AUTO FM AUTO/MAN'L MONO
S VIDEO
VIDEO
MODE START
L AUDIO R
OPTICAL
DSP
–
SILENT
+
–
+
VIDEO AUX
2
1
2
If you playback a video source that uses scrambled or
encoded signals to prevent it from being dubbed, the
picture itself may be disturbed due to those signals.
Turn on the power to the unit and all
connected component.
Select the source component you want to
record from.
INPUT
or
Front panel
Remote control
3
Start playback (or select a broadcast station)
on the source component.
4
Start recording on the recording component.
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Notes
• Do a test recording before you start an actual recording.
• When this unit is set in the standby mode, you cannot record
between other components connected to this unit.
• The setting of BASS, TREBLE, BASS EXTENSION,
VOLUME, “3 L/R BALANCE” on the SET MENU and DSP
programs does not affect the recorded material.
• A source connected to the 6CH INPUT jacks of this unit cannot
be recorded.
• S-video and composite video signals pass independently
through this unit’s video circuits. Therefore, when recording or
dubbing video signals, if your video source component is
connected to provide only an S-video (or only a composite
video) signal, you can record only an S-video (or only a
composite video) signal by your VCR.
• A given input source is not output on the same REC OUT
channel. (For example, the signal input from VCR 1 IN is not
output on VCR 1 OUT.)
• Check the copyright laws in your country to record from
records, CDs, radio, etc. Recording of copyrighted material
may infringe copyright laws.
■ Special considerations when
recording DTS software
The DTS signal is a digital bitstream. Attempting to
digitally record the DTS bitstream will result in noise
being recorded. Therefore, if you want to use this unit to
record sources that have DTS signals recorded on them,
the following considerations and adjustments need to be
made.
For LDs, DVDs and CDs encoded with DTS
Only 2-channel analog audio signals may be recorded as
follows:
• LDs
Set your LD player’s left and right outputs to the
analog soundtrack.
• DVDs
Use the disc menu to set the DVD player’s mixed 2channel left and right audio outputs to the PCM or
Dolby Digital soundtrack.
• CDs
The DTS signal recorded on CDs can only be output
as a digital bitstream, and therefore cannot be
recorded.
ADVANCED OPERATION
SET MENU
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INTRODUCTION
The SET MENU consists of 15 items including the
speaker mode setting, center graphic equalizer and
parameter initialization features. Choose the appropriate
item and adjust or select the values as necessary.
Adjusting the Items on the SET
MENU
Adjustment should be made with the remote control.
3,6
4,5
2
1
PREPARATION
• You can adjust the items on the SET MENU while playing a
source.
• We recommend that you adjust the items on the SET MENU
while using a video monitor. It is easier to see the video
monitor than it is to see the front panel display on this unit
while adjusting the items.
Note
• The indication on the front panel display is the abbreviation of
the OSD.
1
SPEAKER SET
1A CENTER SP
1C REAR L/R SP
Note
• Some items require extra steps to change to the desired setting.
1
Set the selector dial to the
AMP/TUN (or DSP/TUN)
position.
2
Press SET MENU to enter the SET MENU.
1D LFE/BASS OUT
1E MAIN LEVEL
3
L/R BALANCE
4
HP TONE CTRL
5
CENTER GEQ
6
INPUT RENAME
7
I/O ASSIGNMENT
8
INPUT MODE
9
PARAM. INI
SET MENU 1/4
1 SPEAKER SET
2 LOW FRQ TEST
3 L/R BALANCE
4 HP TONE CTRL
/ :Up/Down
–/+ Enter
3
Press u/d repeatedly to select the item (1 to
15) you want to adjust.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
LOW FRQ TEST
ADVANCED
OPERATION
2
SET MENU 1/4
10 DOLBY D. SET
1 SPEAKER SET
2 LOW FRQ TEST
3 L/R BALANCE
4 HP TONE CTRL
/ :Up/Down
–/+ Enter
10A LFE LEVEL
10B D-RANGE
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12 6.1/ES AUTO
• By pressing SET MENU repeatedly, you can select items in the
same order as when pressing d.
13 SP DELAY TIME
4
15 MEMORY GUARD
Press j or i once to enter the setup mode of
the selected item.
The last setting you adjusted appears on the video
monitor or on the front panel display.
APPENDIX
11 DTS LFE LEVEL
14 DISPLAY SET
BASIC
OPERAIONT
1B MAIN SP
2 LOW FRQ TEST
English
TEST TONE • • • • • OFF
OUTPUT • • • MAIN L/R
FRQ • • • • • • • • • • 88Hz
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SET MENU
Depending on the item, press u/d to select a sub
item.
2 LOW FRQ TEST
TEST TONE • • • • • OFF
OUTPUT • • • MAIN L/R
FRQ • • • • • • • • • 88Hz
1 SPEAKER SET (speaker mode
settings)
Use this feature to select suitable output modes for your
speaker configuration. You must set the output mode
when you use a subwoofer.
Notes
5
Press j / i repeatedly to change the setting
of the item.
2 LOW FRQ TEST
TEST TONE • • • • • •ON
OUTPUT • • • MAIN L/R
FRQ • • • • • • • • • 88Hz
6
Press u/d repeatedly until the current DSP
program appears or simply press one of the
DSP program group button to exit from the
SET MENU.
or
• When 96-kHz sampling digital signals are input to this unit,
level adjustments in items 1B and 1D are possible, but those in
items 1A,1C and 1E are not affected.
• When 6CH INPUT is selected as the input source, level
adjustments in items 1A through 1E are not affected.
■ 1A CENTER SP (center speaker
mode)
By adding a center speaker to your speaker configuration,
the unit can provide good dialog localization for many
listeners and superior synchronization of sound and
images. The OSD shows a large, small or no center
speaker depending on how you set this item.
Choices: LRG (large), SML (small), NONE
Initial setting: LRG
LRG
Select this if you have a large center speaker. The entire
range of the center channel signal is directed to the center
speaker.
1A CENTER SP
Memory back-up
The memory back-up circuit prevents the stored data
from being lost even if this unit is set in the standby
mode, the power cord is disconnected from the AC
outlet, or the power supply is temporarily cut due to
power failure. However, if the power is cut for more
than one week, the settings of the SET MENU you
adjusted will return to the factory settings. If so, adjust
the items again.
LRG SML NONE
SML
Select this if you have a small center speaker. The lowfrequency signals (90 Hz and below) of the center channel
are directed to the speakers selected with “1D LFE/BASS
OUT”.
1A CENTER SP
LRG SML NONE
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SET MENU
1A CENTER SP
LRG SML NONE
The OSD shows large, small or no rear speakers
depending on how you set this item.
Choices: LRG (large), SML (small), NONE
Initial setting: LRG
LRG
Select this if you have large left and right rear speakers or
if a rear subwoofer is connected to the rear speakers. The
entire range of the rear channel signal is directed to the
left and right rear speakers.
The OSD shows large or small main speakers depending
on how you set this item.
1C REAR L/R SP
Choices: LARGE, SMALL
Initial setting: LARGE
LRG SML NONE
1B MAIN SP
SML
Select this if you have small left and right rear speakers.
The low-frequency signals (90 Hz and below) of the rear
channel are directed to the speakers selected with “1D
LFE/BASS OUT”.
1C REAR L/R SP
SMALL
ADVANCED
OPERATION
SMALL
Select this if you have small main speakers. The lowfrequency signals (90 Hz and below) of the main channel
are directed to the speakers selected with “1D LFE/BASS
OUT”.
LRG SML NONE
NONE
Select this if you do not have rear speakers.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
1C REAR L/R SP
1B MAIN SP
LARGE
BASIC OPERATION
LARGE
Select this if you have large main speakers. The entire
range of the left and right main channel signal is directed
to the left and right main speakers.
LARGE
PREPARATION
■ 1B MAIN SP (main speaker mode)
■ 1C REAR L/R SP (rear speaker
mode)
INTRODUCTION
NONE
Select this if you do not have a center speaker. All of the
center channel signals are directed to the left and right
main speakers.
LRG SML NONE
SMALL
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Note
APPENDIX
• When you select MAIN for “1D LFE/BASS OUT”, the lowfrequency signals (90 Hz and below) of the main channel are
directed to the main speakers even if you select SMALL for the
main speaker mode.
• This unit is set in the virtual CINEMA DSP mode by selecting
NONE for “1C REAR L/R SP”.
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SET MENU
■ 1D LFE/BASS OUT (bass out
mode)
■ 1E MAIN LEVEL (main level
mode)
LFE signals carry low-frequency effects when this unit
decodes a Dolby Digital or DTS signal. Low-frequency
signals are defined as 90 Hz and below.
Change this setting if you cannot match the output level
of the center and rear speakers with the main speakers
because of the unusually high-efficiency performance of
the main speakers.
Choices: SWFR (subwoofer), MAIN, BOTH
Initial setting: BOTH
SWFR
Select this if you use a subwoofer. The LFE signals are
directed to the subwoofer.
1D LFE/BASS OUT
Choices: Normal, –10 dB
Initial setting: Normal
Normal
Select this if you can match the output level of your effect
speakers with that of your main speakers when using the
test tone.
1E MAIN LEVEL
SWFR
MAIN BOTH
MAIN
Select this if you do not use a subwoofer. The LFE signals
are directed to the main speakers.
1D LFE/BASS OUT
Normal
–10dB
–10 dB
Select this if you cannot match the output level of your
effect speakers with that of your main speakers when
using the test tone.
1E MAIN LEVEL
SWFR
MAIN BOTH
BOTH
Select this if you use a subwoofer and you want to mix
the main channel low-frequency signals with the LFE
signals.
1D LFE/BASS OUT
SWFR MAIN BOTH
Note
• The low-frequency signals (90 Hz and below) from all main,
center and rear channels are directed to the LFE channel when
you select the small speaker setting in items 1A, 1B and 1C.
Normal
–10dB
2 LOW FRQ TEST
Use this feature to adjust the output level of the
subwoofer so it matches that of the other speakers in your
configuration. Change the setting with the remote control
while sitting in the listening position.
1
Press j / i to set “TEST TONE” to ON, and
adjust the volume with VOLUME +/– so you
can hear the tone.
Notes
• Do not turn up the volume too high.
• If no test tone is heard, turn down the volume, set this unit in
the standby mode and make sure all the necessary connections
are correct.
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SET MENU
2
Press d to go to “FRQ” and press j / i to
select the frequency you want to use.
4
Adjust the volume of the subwoofer with the
controls on the subwoofer so it matches that
of the speaker you are comparing it to.
■ About the test tone
Digital generator
(wide band noise produced)
Control range: 10 steps for L/R
Initial setting: 0
Press i to decrease the output level for the
left main speaker. Press j for the right main
speaker.
4 HP TONE CTRL (headphone
tone control)
Use this feature to adjust the level of the bass and treble
when you use your headphones.
Control range (dB): –6 to +3
Initial setting: 0 dB for both BASS and TRBL (treble)
BASIC OPERATION
The test tone is produced by the tone generator.
The tone generator produces a narrow-band noise
centered on a specified frequency by the band pass filter.
You can change this center frequency from 35 Hz through
250 Hz in one-sixth octave steps.
You can use the test tone not only for adjusting the
subwoofer level, but also for checking the low-frequency
characteristics of your listening room. Low-frequency
sounds are especially affected by the listener’s position,
speaker placement, subwoofer polarity and other
conditions.
Use this feature to adjust the balance of the output level
from the left and right main speakers.
5 CENTER GEQ (center graphic
equalizer)
Freq.
1
Press d to select a higher frequency and u
to select a lower frequency.
2
Press j / i to adjust the level of that
frequency.
35 Hz – 250 Hz
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Band pass filter
APPENDIX
• You can monitor the center speaker sound while adjusting this
item by using the test tone. Press TEST before starting the
foregoing procedure. “TEST DOLBY SUR.” appears on the
video monitor, and the test tone starts alternating among the
speakers. Once you begin this procedure, the test tone remains
at the center speaker and you can hear how the sound changes
as you adjust the various frequency levels. To stop the test tone,
press TEST (see pages 22 and 23).
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Control range (dB): –6 to +6
Initial setting: 0 dB for 5-band
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Use this feature to adjust the built-in 5-band graphic
equalizer so that the center speaker tonal quality matches
that of the left and right main speakers. You can select the
100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz, or 10 kHz frequencies.
Noise
Center freq.
PREPARATION
3
3 L/R BALANCE (balance of the
left and right main speakers)
INTRODUCTION
Press d to go to “OUTPUT” and press j / i
to select the speaker you want to compare
with the subwoofer.
If SWFR is selected, the test tone above 90 Hz will
not be output from the subwoofer. The test tone will
not necessarily be output from the selected speakers.
The output mode of the test tone depends on the
settings of “1 SPEAKER SET” on the SET MENU.
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SET MENU
6 INPUT RENAME
Use this feature to change the name of the input which
appears on the OSD or the front panel display.
1
Press an input selector button (or use INPUT
l / h) to select the input you want to
change the name of.
2
Press j / i to place the _ (under-bar) under
the space or the character you want to edit.
3
Press u/d to select the character you want
to use and j / i to move to the next one.
• Press d to change the character in the following
order, or press u to go in the reverse order.
A to Z, a space, 0 to 9, a space, a to z, a space, #,
*, +, and so on.
• Follow the foregoing procedure to rename other
inputs.
Note
• You can use up to 8 characters to rename the inputs.
4
Press i repeatedly to exit from INPUT
RENAME.
7 I/O ASSIGNMENT
Use this feature to designate the input for the
COMPONENT jacks (A and B) and the DIGITAL
INPUT/OUTPUT jacks (1 to 8) to any sources you
want.
8 INPUT MODE (initial input
mode)
Use this feature to designate the input mode for sources
connected to the DIGITAL INPUT jacks when you turn
on this unit (see page 26 for details about the input
mode).
Choices: AUTO, LAST
Initial setting: AUTO
AUTO
Select this to allow this unit to automatically detect the
type of input signal and select the appropriate input mode.
LAST
Select this to set this unit to automatically select the last
input mode used for that source.
9 PARAM. INI (parameter
initialization)
Use this feature to initialize the parameters for each DSP
program within a DSP program group. When you
initialize a DSP program group, all of the parameter
values within that group revert to their initial settings.
1
2
■ 7A [A] [B] (for the COMPONENT
VIDEO jacks)
Initial settings: [A] DVD
[B] D-TV/LD
■ 7B (1) (2) (for the OPTICAL
OUTPUT jacks)
Initial settings: (1) MD/TAPE
(2) CD-R
■ 7C (3) to (6) (for the OPTICAL
INPUT jacks)
Initial settings: (3) CD
(4) CD-R
(5) DVD
(6) D-TV/LD
■ 7D (7) (8) (for the COAXIAL INPUT
jacks)
Initial settings: (7) CD
(8) CBL/SAT
Note
• You cannot select an item more than once for the same type of
jack.
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Press DSP.
Press the numeric button (DSP program
group button) on the remote control for the
DSP program you want to initialize.
All of the DSP programs within the selected program
group are initialized.
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• The asterisk mark (*) next to a DSP program group number
indicates that you have changed the parameter values in one or
more DSP programs within that group.
Notes
• You cannot initialize the individual DSP programs within a
group separately.
• The parameter values of the DSP programs do not change if
you initialize a program group that does not have the asterisk
mark (*).
• When “15 MEMORY GUARD” is set to ON (see page 46),
you cannot initialize any program groups.
• Once you initialize a DSP program group, you cannot
automatically revert to the previous parameter settings.
SET MENU
10 DOLBY D. SET (Dolby Digital
set)
■ 10A LFE LEVEL
Control value (dB): –20 to 0
Initial setting: 0 dB for both SPEAKER and
HEADPHONE
Use this feature to adjust the output level of the LFE
(low-frequency effect) channel when playing back a DTS
signal. The LFE signal carries the low-frequency special
effect sound which is only added to certain scenes.
Control range (dB): –10 to +10
Initial setting: 0 dB for both SPEAKER and
HEADPHONE
PREPARATION
Use this feature to adjust the output level of the LFE
(low-frequency effect) channel when playing back a
Dolby Digital signal. The LFE signal carries the lowfrequency special effect sound which is only added to
certain scenes.
This setting is effective only when this unit decodes DTS
signals.
Note
• Adjust the LFE level according to the capacity of your
subwoofer or headphones.
Note
• Adjust the LFE level according to the capacity of your
subwoofer or headphones.
12 6.1/ES AUTO
Use this feature to switch the auto mode of the Dolby
Digital Matrix 6.1 or DTS ES decoder on or off.
Use this feature to adjust the dynamic range.
Dialog
level
ON
Select this to allow this unit to automatically turn on the
Dolby Digital Matrix 6.1 or DTS ES decoder when a
signal with the appropriate identification is detected.
OFF
Select this if you want to turn on or off the Dolby Digital
Matrix 6.1 or DTS ES decoder manually by pressing 6.1/
ES on the remote control.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Output level
MAX
Choices: ON, OFF
Initial setting: ON
Input level
1.0
0.0
L-LEVEL BST
Input level
1.0
Output level
Dialog
level
MIN
H-LEVEL CUT
0.0
Dialog
level
APPENDIX
Output level
STD
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Choices: MAX, STD (standard), MIN
Initial setting: MAX for both SP (speaker) and HP
(headphones)
• Select MAX for feature films.
• Select STD for general use.
• Select MIN for listening to sources at an extremely
low volume level.
BASIC OPERATION
■ 10B D-RANGE (dynamic range)
INTRODUCTION
This setting is effective only when this unit decodes
Dolby Digital signals.
11 DTS LFE LEVEL
Input level
Note
• When you select MIN, the sound output may be faint because
some Dolby Digital signals are not compatible with the
minimum-level dynamic range. In this case, select MAX or
STD.
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SET MENU
13 SP DELAY TIME
14 DISPLAY SET
Use this feature to adjust the delay of the center channel
sound. This feature works when this unit decodes a Dolby
Digital or DTS signal. Ideally, the center speaker should
be the same distance from the listening position as the left
and right main speakers. However, in most home
situations, the center speaker is placed in line with the
main speakers. By delaying the sound from the center
speaker, the apparent distance from the center speaker to
the listening position can be adjusted to make it seem the
same as the distance between the left and right main
speakers to the listening position. Adjusting the delay
time for the center speaker is especially important for
giving depth to the dialog.
Center speaker image
C
C
You can set the OSD background to blue if the video
source is not being reproduced (or the power of the source
component is off).
■ OSD SHIFT (OSD off-set position)
This setting is used to adjust the vertical position of the
OSD.
■ DIMMER
You can adjust the brightness of the front panel display.
15 MEMORY GUARD
Control range (ms): 0 to 5
L
■ BLUE BACK > AUTO/OFF
R
Use this feature to prevent accidental changes to DSP
program parameter values and other settings on this unit.
Choices: ON, OFF
Initial setting: OFF
Select ON to protect the following features:
• DSP program parameters
• All SET MENU items
• Center, rear speakers and subwoofer levels
• The on-screen display (OSD) mode
RL
RR
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• Increasing the delay by 1 ms simulates moving the speakers
about 30 cm (one foot) farther away from the listening position.
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Notes
• When “15 MEMORY GUARD” is set to ON, you cannot use
the test tone.
• When “15 MEMORY GUARD” is set to ON, you cannot select
any other SET MENU items.
ADJUSTING THE LEVEL OF THE EFFECT SPEAKERS
Adjustment should be made with the remote control.
3
Press j / i to adjust the speaker output level.
• The control range for the center or left and right
rear speakers is from +10 dB to –10 dB.
• The control range for the subwoofer is from 0 dB
to –20 dB.
3
1
Notes
• If the speaker output mode is set to NONE, the output level of
that speaker cannot be adjusted.
• When you adjust the output level with LEVEL, the settings you
made with the test tone will be changed.
2
Press LEVEL repeatedly to select the
speaker(s) you want to adjust.
Each time you press LEVEL, the selected speaker
changes and appears on the front panel display and
on the video monitor as follows: center, right rear,
left rear and subwoofer.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Set the selector dial to the
AMP/TUN (or DSP/TUN)
position.
BASIC
OPERAIONT
1
Memory back-up
The memory back-up circuit prevents the stored data
from being lost even if this unit is set in the standby
mode, the power cord is disconnected from the AC
outlet, or the power supply is temporarily cut due to
power failure. However, if the power is cut for more
than one week, the output level of the effect speakers
you adjusted will return to the factory settings. If so,
adjust the output level again.
PREPARATION
2
INTRODUCTION
You can adjust the output level of each effect speaker
(center, left and right rear and subwoofer) while listening
to a music source.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Center speaker output
level
Right rear speaker output
level
Left rear speaker output
level
Subwoofer output level
APPENDIX
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• Once you press LEVEL, you can also select the speaker(s) to
be adjusted by pressing d. (Pressing u changes the selection
in the reverse order.)
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SLEEP TIMER
Use this feature to automatically set this unit in the
standby mode after the amount of time you have set. The
sleep timer is useful when you are going to sleep while
this unit is playing or recording a source. The sleep timer
also automatically turns off the external components
connected to AC OUTLET(S).
4
The “SLEEP” indicator soon lights up on the
front panel display after the sleep timer has
been set.
The display then returns to the previous indication.
VIRTUAL
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
The sleep timer can only be set with the remote control.
PS
PTY
RT
CT
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
DOLBY DIGITAL
ZONE 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
PRO LOGIC ENTERTAINMENT MEMORY TUNED
VOLUME
dB
ms
D-TV/LD
CBL/SAT
VCR 1
VCR2/DVR
V-AUX
DVD
MD/TAPE
CD-R
TUNER
CD
PHONO
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• By connecting a commercially available timer to this unit, you
can also set a wake-up timer. Refer to the operation instructions
of the timer.
Canceling the Sleep Timer
Press SLEEP repeatedly until “SLEEP OFF”
appears on the front panel display.
After a few seconds, “SLEEP OFF” disappears, the
“SLEEP” indicator goes off and the display returns
to the previous indication.
Setting the Sleep Timer
2
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• The sleep timer setting can also be canceled by setting this unit
in the standby mode by using STANDBY on the remote control
(or STANDBY/ON on the front panel) or by disconnecting the
AC power cord from the AC outlet.
3
1
Select a source and start playback on the
source component.
2
Set the selector dial to a
position other than the TV
position.
3
Press SLEEP repeatedly
to set the amount of time
before this unit
automatically turns off.
Each time you press SLEEP, the front panel display
changes as shown below.
VIRTUAL
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
DSP
6.1/ES
SP
PCM
AB
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PS
PTY
RT
CT
DTS MOVIE THEATER 1 2
PTY HOLD EON STEREO AUTO
DOLBY DIGITAL
ZONE 2
NEWS INFO AFFAIRS SPORT
SLEEP
PRO LOGIC ENTERTAINMENT MEMORY TUNED
VOLUME
dB
ms
D-TV/LD
CBL/SAT
VCR 1
VCR2/DVR
V-AUX
DVD
MD/TAPE
CD-R
TUNER
CD
PHONO
REMOTE CONTROL FEATURES
This remote control also has a sophisticated feature: Learn. The Learn feature allows it to acquire functions from the
remote controls of other components in your system (or other household appliances) equipped with a infrared remote
control receiver. This feature makes it possible for you to reduce the number of remote control in your entertainment
room.
INTRODUCTION
The remote control can operate this unit as well as other YAMAHA A/V components. To control the components from
other manufacturers (or some from YAMAHA), you must set up the remote control with the manufacturer codes.
Notes
Selector Dial
AMP/TUN
You can perform the basic operations of
this unit. See pages 6 and 7.
TAPE/MD
The code for a YAMAHA tape deck is factoryset. Be sure to set the proper code when
operating an MD recorder or CD recorder.
CD
The code for a YAMAHA CD
player is factory-set.
VCR
A VCR can be controlled.
TV
A TV can be controlled.
Selector
dial
DVD/LD & DVD MENU
An LD player can be controlled in
the DVD/LD position. A DVD player
can be controlled in the DVD/LD and
DVD MENU positions. The code for
a YAMAHA DVD player is factoryset. If the remote control does not
operate your YAMAHA DVD player,
you need to set the code number
“0048”.
Note
• The general operational buttons on the remote control differ depending on the position of the selector dial. See the following pages
for details.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
DSP/TUN
This unit can be controlled and DSP
programs can be selected directly.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
CBL/SAT
A cable TV or satellite tuner can be controlled.
BASIC
OPERAIONT
There are 9 positions that you can select to control connected components with this remote control. For example, if the
CD position is selected, the remote control is set in the CD operation mode, allowing the CD player to be controlled by
the buttons on the remote control. When turning the selector dial, the position changes as follows:
PREPARATION
• For the operating distance of the remote contorol and notes about batteries, see pages 3 and 8.
• For the name and function of each part and button, see pages 6 to 8.
• If the memory on the remote control becomes full, no further learning is possible, even if there are still some programmable buttons
available (see page 55).
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REMOTE CONTROL FEATURES
Commonly Used Buttons in Any
Position of the Selector Dial
Regardless of the position of the selector dial, you can
control this unit and your TV with the following buttons.
Controlling the Components
Connected to This Unit
The example below describes the procedure for
controlling a YAMAHA CD player.
Note
1
• You have to set up the code for your TV in the TV position
before you can control the TV.
3
4
1
!
@
2
#
3
4
5
■ Controlling this unit
1
Set the selector dial to the
CD position.
2
Turn on the power.
3
Press INPUT.
The indicator lights up for
about 3 second.
4
Press CD while the
indicator is lit.
5
Press p.
See page 51 for the CD player
operation buttons.
6
Adjust the volume.
See pages 6 and 7.
1
2
3
4
STANDBY
POWER
VOLUME +/–
SLEEP
Note
• If you have set up the code for your TV and set the selector dial
to the TV position, this button is used to set the sleep timer for
the TV.
5 MUTE
5
2
6
Note
• If you have set up the code for your TV and set the selector dial
to the TV position, this button is used to mute the TV sound.
■ Controlling your TV
! TV POWER
@ TV INPUT
# TV VOLUME +/–
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If you set the remote control with the manufacturer
codes listed from page i at the end of this
manual, you can control other brands of components.
See “Setting the Manufacturer Codes” on page 54 for
details.
REMOTE CONTROL FEATURES
Button Names and Functions in Each Position
INTRODUCTION
■ TAPE/MD position (tape deck, MD recorder or CD recorder)
Select the TAPE/MD position.
Numeric buttons (MD/CD-R)
PREPARATION
INDEX (CD-R)
+10 (MD/CD-R)
r Rec/Pause (tape/MD)
e Pause (MD/CD-R)
p Play
A/B/C/D/E
f Fast forward (tape)
Search (MD/CD-R)
w Rewind (tape)
Search (MD/CD-R)
AV POWER
(Tape) This button turns on the tape deck that has a remote control with a power button if you have set up the code for another manufacturer.
(MD) This button turns on the MD recorder that has a remote control with a power button if you have set up the code for another manufacturer.
(CD-R) This button turns on the CD recorder that has a remote control with a power button if you have set up the code for another manufacturer.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
■ CD position
BASIC
OPERAIONT
b DIR A (tape)
This button selects the playing direction of deck A.
Skip – (MD/CD-R)
Deck A/B (tape)
This button selects deck A or B on a double-cassette
tape deck.
DISPLAY (MD/CD-R)
a DIR B (tape)
This button selects the playing direction of deck B.
Skip + (MD/CD-R)
s Stop
Select the CD position.
p Play
b Skip –
DISPLAY
• Press the button once to give
a pause in operation and press
once more to stop operation.
e Pause
YAMAHA CD player (factory settings): Pause/Stop
a Skip +
s Stop
YAMAHA CD player (factory settings): Pause/Stop
f Search
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w Search
A/B/C/D/E
y Pause/Stop function
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
DISC SKIP –/+
(for a CD player with CD changer)
Numeric buttons
INDEX
+10
AV POWER
This button turns on the CD player that has a remote
control with a power button if you have set up the
code for another manufacturer.
Notes
You can program a remote control function to all buttons except DSP and INPUT. See “Programming a New Remote
Control Function” on page 55.
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• The dark-shaded buttons do not function even if you have set up the manufacturer code.
• Some of them may not function depending on the component you have. Refer to the operation instructions for your component.
REMOTE CONTROL FEATURES
■ DVD/LD position
Select the DVD/LD position.
Numeric buttons
INDEX/Time (DVD)
Chapter/Time (LD)
+10
DISC SKIP –/+ (DVD)
DISPLAY
p Play
A/B/C/D/E
b Skip – (DVD)
Skip/Chapter – (LD)
w Search
e Pause
a Skip + (DVD)
Skip/Chapter + (LD)
s Stop
f Search
AV POWER
(DVD) This button turns on the YAMAHA DVD player if you have set up the code number “0048”. Also this button turns on the DVD player
that has a remote control with a power button if you have set up the code for another manufacturer.
(LD) This button turns on the LD player that has a remote control with a power button if you have set up the code for another manufacturer.
■ DVD MENU position
Note
• DVD MENU operations cannot be performed for some DVD players.
Select the DVD MENU position.
Numeric buttons
INDEX
+10
DISC SKIP –/+
Return
Menu select
Menu left
TITLE
DISPLAY
A/B/C/D/E
Menu up
Menu right
Menu down
MENU
AV POWER
This button turns on the YAMAHA DVD player if you have set up the code number “0048”. Also this
button turns on the DVD player that has a remote control with a power button if you have set up the
code for another manufacturer.
Notes
• The dark-shaded buttons do not function even if you have set up the manufacturer code.
• Some of them may not function depending on the component you have. Refer to the operation instructions for your component.
You can program a remote control function to all buttons except DSP and INPUT. See “Programming a New Remote
Control Function” on page 55.
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REMOTE CONTROL FEATURES
■ VCR position
■ CBL/SAT position
Select the CBL/SAT
position.
VCR REC
Press this button twice
to start recording.
A/B/C/D/E
Numeric buttons
Ch enter/Recall
Ch enter
_/_ _
_/_ _
CH –/+
DISPLAY
CH –/+
e Pause
Menu select
s Stop
w Rewind
f
Fast forward
DISPLAY/
Guide (SAT)
A/B/C/D/E
Menu up
Menu right
Menu down
MENU
Menu left
Recall
AV POWER
This button turns on a cable TV/satellite tuner that has a remote
control with a power button if you have set up the code for your cable
TV/satellite tuner.
■ TV position
BASIC
OPERAIONT
AV POWER
This button turns on a VCR that has a remote control with a power
button if you have set up the code for your VCR.
PREPARATION
p Play
Numeric
buttons
INTRODUCTION
Select the VCR
position.
Note
Select the TV
position.
Numeric buttons
Ch enter/Recall
VCR REC
Press this button twice.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
_/_ _
CH –/+
DISPLAY
p VCR play
A/B/C/D/E
e VCR pause
s VCR stop
w VCR rewind
TV INPUT
f
VCR fast forward
VCR power
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TV POWER
This button turns on a TV that
has a remote control with a
power button if you have set up
TV VOL +/–
the code for your TV.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
• You can control your VCR if you have set up the code for it in
the VCR position.
TV SLEEP
TV MUTE
Notes
You can program a remote control function to all buttons except DSP and INPUT. See “Programming a New Remote
Control Function” on page 55.
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• The dark-shaded buttons do not function even if you have set up the manufacturer code.
• Some of them may not function depending on the component you have. Refer to the operation instructions for your component.
REMOTE CONTROL FEATURES
Setting the Manufacturer Code
You can set up the code for the manufacturer of your
component in each position of the selector dial.
1
2
3
4
5
Turn on your component to be used.
Set the selector dial to the
desired position for the
component (TAPE/MD, CD,
DVD/LD, etc.).
Press j / i at the same time for about
4 seconds.
The indicator flashes twice.
Use the numeric buttons
to enter the four-digit
manufacturer code for the
component to be used.
Make sure that the
indicator flashes twice.
If the indicator does not flash
or flashes rapidly several
times, repeat step 3 and reenter the code.
Press AV POWER (or any other button) to
check if you have set up the code correctly.
If your component cannot be
controlled with the remote
control, try setting another
code for the same
manufacturer.
Notes
• You can set up only one code for one position.
• In the DVD/LD and DVD MENU positions:
Be sure to set the selector dial to the DVD/LD position before
entering the code for the DVD/LD player. The code set up in
the DVD/LD position is also simultaneously set up in the DVD
MENU position. You cannot set up the code for a DVD player
when the selector dial is set to the DVD MENU position.
• If your component does not respond to any of the codes listed
for the manufacturer, you can program functions from the other
remote control’s functions (see page 55 for details).
• If you have already programmed a remote control function to a
button, the function by programming (see page 55) takes
priority over the set up manufacturer code’s function.
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■ To use a second (and third) VCR
You can control a second (and third) VCR in the CBL/
SAT and DVD MENU positions if a cable TV/satellite
tuner or DVD player is not being used.
Note
• If you want to control a second (and third) VCR in the DVD
MENU position, you must set up the code for an LD player in
the DVD/LD position.
1
2
Turn on the VCR to be used.
3
Press j / i at the same time for about
4 seconds.
The indicator flashes twice.
4
Use the numeric buttons
to enter the four-digit
code for the second (and
third) VCR. Make sure that
the indicator flashes
twice.
If the indicator does not flash
or flashes rapidly several
times, repeat step 3 and reenter the code.
5
Press AV POWER (or any other button) to
check if you have set up the code correctly.
If the VCR cannot be
controlled with the remote
control, try setting another
code for the same
manufacturer.
Set the selector dial to the
CBL/SAT or DVD MENU
position.
REMOTE CONTROL FEATURES
Programming a New Remote
Control Function (Learn Feature)
Press the button for which you want to
program the new function.
The indicator lights up.
INTRODUCTION
If you want to program functions not included in the basic
operations covered by the manufacturer code, or a
manufacturer code is not available, the following
procedure needs to be performed. You can program
functions to all buttons except DSP and INPUT in all
positions of the selector dial other than AMP/TUN and
DSP/TUN, so the buttons are programmable
independently for each position of the selector dial.
4
Lights up
5
• You can program about 60 buttons.
PREPARATION
y
Press and hold the button on the other
remote control that has the function you
want to program into this remote control
until the indicator goes off.
Note
Set the selector dial to the
desired position for the
component to be
programmed.
2
Place this remote control and the other
remote control about 10 to 40 mm (3/8” to
1-1/2”) apart on a flat surface so that their
infrared transmitters are aimed at each other.
3
Press and hold e and p at the same time
for about 4 seconds.
The indicator flashes twice.
6
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to program additional
functions.
7
Press DSP or INPUT, or turn the selector dial
to exit from the learning mode.
The indicator flashes twice.
Notes
• Even if the batteries in the other remote control have enough
power to transmit signals for operation, they may not have
enough power to transmit signals to this remote control.
• When the remote controls are either too close together or too
far apart, you may not be able to program this remote control.
• Direct sunlight interferes with infrared rays.
Memory back-up
If the remote control is without batteries for more than
2 minutes, or if exhausted batteries remain in the
remote control, the contents of the memory may be
cleared. When the memory is cleared, insert new
batteries, set up the manufacturer code and program
any acquired functions that may have been cleared.
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Note
• If you do not press any button within 30 seconds during steps 4
and 5, the indicator flashes twice and the learning process is
canceled. If this happens, start over from step 3.
• If this remote control cannot receive the signals from other
remote control, the indicator flashes rapidly.
• When the memory is full, the indicator flashes twice and this
remote control cannot acquire any more functions. Clear
unnecessary programmed functions to allow this remote control
to acquire new functions.
• If you do not press any button within 30 seconds after step 5,
the indicator flashes twice. This indicates that the learning
process is complete and the remote control has exited from the
learning mode.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
10 to 40 mm (3/8” to 1-1/2”)
Notes
ADVANCED
OPERATION
1
Goes off
BASIC
OPERAIONT
• This remote control transmits infrared rays. If the other remote
control also uses infrared rays, this remote control can learn
most of the other remote control’s functions. However, you
may not be able to program some special signals or extremely
long transmissions. (Refer to the operation instructions for the
other remote control.)
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REMOTE CONTROL FEATURES
Returning to the Factory Setting
■ To return to the factory-set codes
and to clear the learned functions
in all positions
1
2
Press j / i at the same time for about
4 seconds.
The indicator flashes twice.
■ To return to the factory-set codes
and to clear the learned functions
in each position
1
Set the selector dial to the
position for the
component to be returned
to the factory setting.
2
Press j / i at the same time for about
4 seconds.
The indicator flashes twice.
3
Enter the code number “0000”.
Make sure that the indicator flashes twice.
Enter the code number “9990”.
Make sure that the indicator flashes twice.
The following codes are factory set.
Selector dial
position
TV
CBL/SAT
VCR
DVD/LD
TV
Satellite tuner
VCR
DVD player
CD
CD player
TAPE/MD
Tape deck
AMP/TUN
DSP/TUN
this unit
this unit
Component
Code
0101
0006
0002
0008 (YAMAHA DVD
player)
0005 (YAMAHA CD
player)
0004 (YAMAHA Tape
deck)
0003
0013
We recommend that you write all the code numbers you
have set on the “Quick Reference Card”.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
SOUND FIELD PROGRAM
The following list gives you a brief description of the sound fields produced by each of the DSP programs. Keep in
mind that most of these are precise digital recreations of actual acoustic environments.
INTRODUCTION
This unit incorporates a sophisticated, multi-program digital sound field processor (DSP). This processor allows you to
electronically expand and change the shape of the audio sound field from both audio and video sources, creating a
theater-like experience in your listening room. You can create outstanding audio sound field by selecting a suitable DSP
program (this will, of course, depend on what you are listening to) and making desired adjustments.
Note
PREPARATION
• Select the DSP program that you feel sounds best regardless of the name and description given for it below.
Hi-Fi DSP Programs
■ For audio sources: Nos. 1 to 5
No.
Program (group)
Sub-program
Features
—
A large round concert hall with a rich surround effect. Pronounced reflections
from all directions emphasize the extension of sounds. The sound field has a great
deal of presence, and your virtual seat is near the center, close to the stage.
2
CHURCH
—
This program recreates the acoustic environment of a big church with a high
dome and columns along each side. The reverberation delay is very long while
the early reflections are smaller than with other sound field programs.
3
JAZZ CLUB
—
This is the sound field at stage front in “The Bottom Line”, a famous New York
jazz club. The floor can seat 300 people to the left and right in a sound field
offering a real and vibrant sound.
4
ROCK CONCERT
—
The ideal program for lively, dynamic rock music. The data for this program was
recorded at LA’s “hottest” rock club. The listener’s virtual seat is at the center-left
of the hall.
5
ENTERTAINMENT
This program recreates the acoustic environment of a lively disco in the heart of a
big city. The sound is dense and highly concentrated. It is also characterized by a
high-energy, “immediate” sound.
5ch Stereo
Using this program increases the listening position range. This is a sound field
suitable for background music at parties.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Disco
ADVANCED
OPERATION
CONCERT HALL
BASIC OPERATION
1
Note
• If “1A CENTER SP” on the SET MENU is set to NONE, no sound is output from the center speaker.
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SOUND FIELD PROGRAM
CINEMA DSP Programs
■ For audio-video sources: Nos. 5 to 7
No.
Program (group)
Sub-program
Game
Features
This program adds a deep and spatial feeling to video game sounds.
5
ENTERTAINMENT
6
TV SPORTS
—
Although the presence sound field is relatively narrow, the surround sound field
employs the sound environment of a large concert hall. With this program, you
can enjoy watching various TV programs such as news, variety shows, music
programs or sports programs. In a stereo broadcast of a sports game, the
commentator is oriented at the center position, and the shouts and the
atmosphere in the stadium spread on the surround side, while their spread to the
rear is properly restrained.
7
MONO MOVIE
—
This program is provided for reproducing monaural video sources (such as old
movies). The program produces the optimum reverberation to create sound depth
by using only the presence sound field.
■ For movie programs: Nos. 8 to 10
No.
8
Program
(group)
Sub-program
MOVIE
Spectacle 70 mm Spectacle
THEATER 1
DGTL Spectacle *1
Spectacle 6.1 *2
DTS Spectacle *1
Input source
Features
Analog,
PCM, Dolby
Digital in
2-channel
This program creates the extremely wide sound
field of a 70-mm movie theater. It precisely
reproduces the source sound in detail, making
both the video and the sound field incredibly real.
This is ideal for any kind of video source encoded
with Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital or DTS
(especially large-scale movie productions).
Dolby
Digital
DTS
Spectacle ES *2
Sci-Fi
70 mm Sci-Fi
Analog,
PCM, Dolby
Digital in
2-channel
DGTL Sci-Fi *1
Dolby
Digital
Sci-Fi 6.1 *2
DTS Sci-Fi *1
Sci-Fi ES *2
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DTS
This program clearly reproduces dialog and sound
effects in the latest sound form of science fiction
films, thus creating a broad and expansive
cinematic space amid the silence. You can enjoy
science fiction films in a virtual-space sound field
that includes Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital and
DTS-encoded software employing the most
advanced techniques.
SOUND FIELD PROGRAM
No.
9
Program
(group)
Sub-program
Input source
DGTL Adventure *1
Adventure 6.1 *2
DTS Adventure *1
Analog,
PCM, Dolby
Digital in
2-channel
Dolby
Digital
This program is ideal for precisely reproducing
the sound design of the newest 70-mm and
multichannel soundtrack films. The sound field
is made to be similar to that of the newest movie
theaters, so the reverberations of the sound field
itself are restrained as much as possible.
DTS
INTRODUCTION
MOVIE
Adventure 70 mm Adventure
THEATER 2
Features
Adventure ES *2
70 mm General
Analog,
PCM, Dolby
Digital in
2-channel
DGTL General *1
Dolby
Digital
General 6.1 *
2
DTS
This program is for reproducing sounds from
70-mm and multichannel soundtrack films, and
is characterized by a soft and extensive sound
field. The presence sound field is relatively
narrow. It spatially spreads all around and
toward the screen, restraining the echo effect of
conversations without losing clarity. For the
surround sound field, the harmony of music or
chorus sounds beautifully in a wide space at the
rear of the sound field.
BASIC OPERATION
DTS General *1
PREPARATION
General
General ES *2
ADVANCED
OPERATION
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
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SOUND FIELD PROGRAM
No.
Program
(group)
Sub-program
Normal/
10 q/DTS
SURROUND Matrix
6.1/ES
Input source
PRO LOGIC/Normal
Analog, PCM,
Dolby Digital
in 2-channel
DOLBY DIGITAL/
Normal *1
Dolby Digital
DOLBY DIGITAL/
Matrix 6.1 *2
DTS DIGITAL SUR./
Normal *1
Features
The built-in decoder precisely reproduces sounds
and sound effects from sources.
The highly efficient decoding process improves
crosstalk and channel separation, and makes sound
positioning smoother and more precise.
In this program, the digital sound field processor is
not turned on.
DTS
DTS DIGITAL SUR./
ES *2
Enhanced PRO LOGIC/Enhanced
DOLBY DIGITAL/
Enhanced *1
Analog, PCM,
Dolby Digital
in 2-channel
Dolby Digital
DOLBY DIGITAL/
Enhanced 6.1 *2
DTS DIGITAL SUR./
Enhanced *1
This program ideally simulates the multi-surround
speaker systems of the 35-mm film theaters. Dolby
Pro Logic decoding, Dolby Digital decoding or
DTS decoding and digital sound field processing
create precise effects without altering the original
sound orientation.
The surround effects produced by this sound field
wrap around the viewer naturally from the back to
the left and right, and toward the screen.
DTS
DTS DIGITAL SUR./
Enhanced ES *2
*1 The Dolby Digital Matrix 6.1 or DTS ES decoder is off.
*2 The Dolby Digital Matrix 6.1 or DTS ES decoder is on. The “ c ” indicator lights up on the front panel display.
y
• If a Dolby Digital signal or DTS signal is input when the input mode is set to AUTO, the DSP program will be automatically
switched to the Dolby Digital playback sound field or DTS playback sound field.
• If Dolby Digital Surround EX software or DTS ES software is played when “12 6.1/ES AUTO” on the SET MENU is set to ON, the
Dolby Digital Matrix 6.1 or DTS ES decoder will automatically turn on and the corresponding DSP program will be selected.
• 6.1/ES on the remote control can be used to turn the Dolby Digital Matrix 6.1 or DTS ES decoder on or off during Dolby Digital 5.1channel source or DTS 5.1-channel source playback.
Notes
• The “ x ” indicator does not light up when selecting the sub-program “Normal” of the q/DTS SURROUND program.
• If “1A CENTER SP” on the SET MENU is set to NONE, no sound is output from the center speaker.
• The effect sound is output from the main speakers when a monaural source is played with CINEMA DSP program groups 5 (Game)
and 6 to 9.
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SOUND FIELD PROGRAM
MOVIE THEATER Programs
■ Dolby Pro Logic + DSP sound field effect
These programs express an immense sound field and a
large surround effect. They also give depth to the sound
from the main speakers to recreate the realistic sound of a
Dolby Stereo theater.
Presence DSP
sound field
BASIC OPERATION
Surround DSP
sound field
■ Dolby Digital/DTS + DSP sound field effect
Right surround DSP
sound field
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Left surround DSP
sound field
ADVANCED
OPERATION
These programs use YAMAHA’s tri-field DSP processing
on each of the Dolby Digital or DTS signals for the front,
left surround and right surround channels. This processing
enables this unit to reproduce the immense sound field
and surround expression of a Dolby Digital- or DTSequipped movie theater without sacrificing the clear
separation of all channels.
Presence DSP
sound field
PREPARATION
The 6-channel soundtracks found on 70-mm film produce precise sound field localization and rich, deep sound without
using matrix processing. This unit’s MOVIE THEATER 70 mm programs provide the same quality of sound and sound
localization that 6-channel soundtracks do. The built-in Dolby Digital or DTS decoder brings the professional-quality
sound designed for movie theaters into your home. With the unit’s MOVIE THEATER programs, you can recreate a
dynamic sound that gives you the feeling of being at a public theater in your listening room by using Dolby Digital or
DTS technology.
INTRODUCTION
Most movie software has 4-channel (left, center, right and surround) sound information encoded by Dolby Surround
matrix processing and stored on the left and right tracks. These signals are processed by the Dolby Pro Logic decoder.
The MOVIE THEATER programs are designed to recreate the spaciousness and delicate nuances of sound that tend to
be lost in the encoding and decoding processes.
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SOUND FIELD PROGRAM PARAMETER EDITING
What is a sound field?
What really creates the rich, full tones of a live instrument
are the multiple reflections from the walls of the room. In
addition to making the sound “live”, these reflections
enable us to tell where the player is situated, and the size
and shape of the room in which we are sitting.
■ Elements of a sound field
In any environment, in addition to the direct sound
coming straight to our ears from the player’s instrument,
there are two distinct types of sound reflections that
combine to make up the sound field:
Early reflections
Reflected sounds reach our ears extremely rapidly
(50 ms – 100 ms after the direct sound), after reflecting
from one surface only — for example, from the ceiling or
a wall. These reflections fall into specific patterns as
shown in the diagram on page 64 for any particular
environment, and provide vital information to our ears.
Early reflections actually add clarity to the direct sound.
Reverberations
These are caused by reflections from more than one
surface — walls, ceiling, the back of the room — so
numerous that they merge together to form a continuous
sonic “afterglow”. They are non-directional, and lessen
the clarity of the direct sound.
Direct sound, early reflections and subsequent
reverberation taken together help us to determine the
subjective size and shape of the room, and it is this
information that the digital sound field processor
reproduces in order to create sound fields.
If you could create the appropriate early reflections and
subsequent reverberations in your listening room, you
would be able to create your own listening environment.
The acoustics in your room could be changed to those of
a concert hall, a dance floor, or virtually any size room at
all. This ability to create sound fields at will is exactly
what YAMAHA has done with the digital sound field
processor.
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Sound Field Program Parameters
DSP programs consist of some parameters to determine
the apparent room size, reverberation time, distance from
you to the performer, etc. In each program, these
parameters are set with values precisely calculated by
YAMAHA to create a sound field unique to the program.
It is recommended to use DSP programs without
changing the values of parameters; however, this unit also
allows you to create your own sound fields. Starting with
one of the built-in programs, you can adjust those
parameters.
Each DSP program has a set of parameters that allow you
to change the characteristics of the acoustic environment
to precisely create the effect you want. These parameters
correspond to the many natural acoustic factors that create
the sound field you experience in an actual concert hall or
other listening environment. The size of the room, for
example, affects the length of time between the early
reflections. The “ROOM SIZE” parameter provided in
many of the DSP programs alters the timing between
these reflections, thus changing the shape of the “room”
you are listening. In addition to room size, the shape of
the room and the characteristics of its surfaces have a
significant effect on the final sound. Surfaces that absorb
sound, for example, cause the reflections and
reverberations to die out more quickly, while highly
reflective surfaces allow the reflections to carry on for a
longer period of time. The digital sound field parameters
allow you to control these and many other factors that
contribute to your personal sound field, allowing you to
essentially “redesign” the concert halls, theaters, etc.
provided to create custom-tailored listening environments
that ideally match your mood and music.
See “Digital Sound Field Parameter Descriptions” on
pages 64 to 67.
SOUND FIELD PROGRAM PARAMETER EDITING
Changing Parameter Settings
Press u/d to select the
parameter.
5
Press j / i to change the
parameter value.
Adjustments should be made with the remote control.
INTRODUCTION
You can enjoy good quality sound with the factory-set
parameters. Although you do not have to change the
initial settings, you can change some of the parameters to
better suit the input source or your listening room.
4
y
• We recommend that you edit the parameter while using a video
monitor. It is easier to see the video monitor than it is to see the
front panel display.
3
Set the selector dial to the DSP/TUN (or
AMP/TUN) position.
or
3
Turn on the video monitor
and press ON SCREEN
repeatedly to select the
full display mode.
Select a DSP program you want to adjust.
Repeat steps 3 to 5 above as necessary to
change other program parameters.
Memory back-up
The memory back-up circuit prevents the stored data
from being lost even if this unit is set in the standby
mode, the power cord is disconnected from the AC
outlet, or the power supply is temporarily cut due to
power failure. However, if the power is cut for more
than one week, the parameter value you edited will
return to the factory setting. If so, edit the parameter
value again.
Resetting a Parameter to the
Factory-set Value
■ To reset some of the parameters
to the factory-set values
■ To reset all of the parameters to
the factory-set values
P04 ROCK CONCERT
Cursor
INIT.DLY
LIVENESS
REV.TIME
REV.DELAY
REV.LEVEL
15ms
5
1.6s
100ms
7%
Example of the ROCK CONCERT
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Parameters
Notes
• The available parameters may be displayed on more than one
OSD page for some of the programs. To scroll through pages,
press u/d.
• You cannot change parameter values when “15 MEMORY
GUARD” on the SET MENU is set to ON. If you want to
change the parameter values, set “15 MEMORY GUARD” to
OFF (see page 46).
APPENDIX
Program No. Program name (group)
Use “9 PARAM. INI” on the SET MENU to reset all of
the parameter values of all DSP programs within the
selected group to the factory-set values (see page 44).
This operation resets all of the parameter values of all
DSP programs within that group to the factory-set values.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Select the parameter you want to reset. Then press and
hold j or i until the value temporarily stops at the
factory-set value. The asterisk mark (*) by the parameter
name disappears on the video monitor.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
2
6
BASIC OPERATION
1
• When you set the parameter to a value other than the factoryset value, an asterisk mark (*) appears by the parameter name
on the video monitor.
PREPARATION
2
4
5
3
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SOUND FIELD PROGRAM PARAMETER EDITING
Digital Sound Field Parameter Descriptions
You can adjust the values of certain digital sound field parameters so the sound fields are recreated accurately in your
listening room.
Note
• Not all of the following parameters can be found in every program.
■ INIT.DLY (initial delay)
(P.INIT.DLY — for the presence sound field)
Function:
This parameter changes the apparent distance from the sound source by adjusting the delay between the
direct sound and the first reflection heard by the listener.
Control range: 1 – 99 msec
Description:
The smaller the value, the closer the sound source seems to the listener. The larger the value, the farther
the apparent distance seems. For a small room, this parameter would be set to a small value, for a large
room, set it to a large value.
Sound source
First reflection
Time
Level
Level
Level
Early
reflections
Time
Time
INT. DLY
INT. DLY
INT. DLY
Sound source
Reflection surface
Large value = 99 ms
Small value = 1 ms
■ ROOM SIZE
(P.ROOM SIZE — for the presence sound field)
Function:
This parameter adjusts the apparent size of the surround sound field. The larger the value, the larger the
surround sound field becomes.
Control range: 0.1 – 2.0
Description:
As the sound is repeatedly reflected around a room, the larger the hall is, the longer the time between
the original reflected sound and the subsequent reflections. By controlling the time between the
reflected sounds, you can change the apparent size of the virtual venue. Changing this parameter from
one to two, doubles the apparent length of the room.
Level
Level
Level
Sound source
Early reflections
Time
Time
Time
Sound source
Small value = 0.1
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Large value = 2.0
SOUND FIELD PROGRAM PARAMETER EDITING
■ LIVENESS
Function:
Sound source
INTRODUCTION
This parameter adjusts the reflectivity of the virtual walls in the hall by changing the rate at which the
early reflections decay.
Control range: 0 – 10
Description:
The early reflections of a sound source decay much faster in a room with acoustically absorbent wall
surfaces than in one which has highly reflective surfaces. A room with acoustically absorbent surfaces
is referred to as “dead,” while a room with highly reflective surfaces is referred to as “live.” The
“LIVENESS” parameter lets you adjust the early reflection decay rate, and thus the “liveness” of the
room.
Level
Level
Dead
Time
Time
Small reflected sound
Time
Large reflected sound
BASIC OPERATION
Sound source
Small value = 0
PREPARATION
Level
Live
Large value = 10
■ S.DELAY (surround delay)
Function:
■ S.INIT.DLY (surround initial delay)
Function:
This parameter adjusts the delay between the direct sound and the first reflection on the surround side
of the sound field. You can only adjust this parameter when at least two front channels and two rear
channels are used.
Control range: 1 – 49 msec
ADVANCED
OPERATION
This parameter adjusts the delay between the direct sound and the first reflection in the surround sound
field.
Control range: 0 – 49 msec (The range depends on the signal format.)
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
■ S.ROOM SIZE (surround room size)
Function:
This parameter adjusts the apparent size of the surround sound field.
Control range: 0.1 – 2.0
■ S.LIVENESS (surround liveness)
Function:
This parameter adjusts the apparent reflectivity of the virtual walls in the surround sound field.
Control range: 0 – 10
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SOUND FIELD PROGRAM PARAMETER EDITING
■ RC.INIT.DLY (rear center initial delay)
Function:
This parameter adjusts the delay between the direct sound and the first reflection in the rear center
sound field.
Control range: 1 – 49 msec
■ RC.ROOM SIZE (rear center room size)
Function:
This parameter adjusts the apparent size of the rear center sound field.
Control range: 0.1 – 2.0
■ RC.LIVENESS (rear center liveness)
Function:
This parameter adjusts the apparent reflectivity of the virtual wall in the rear center sound field.
Control range: 0 – 10
■ REV.TIME (reverberation time)
Function:
This parameter adjusts the amount of time it takes for the dense, subsequent reverberation sound to
decay by 60 dB (at 1 kHz). This changes the apparent size of the acoustic environment over an
extremely wide range.
Control range: 1.0 – 5.0 sec
Description:
Set a longer reverberation time for “dead” sources and listening room environments and a shorter time
for “live” sources and listening room environments.
Sound source
Early reflections
Reverberations
Time
REV. TIME
Short reverberations
Reverberations
Level
60 dB
Level
Level
Reverberations
60 dB
60 dB
Time
Time
REV. TIME
REV. TIME
Long reverberations
Sound source
Small value = 1.0 s
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Large value = 5.0 s
SOUND FIELD PROGRAM PARAMETER EDITING
■ REV.DELAY (reverberation delay)
Reverberation
Sound source
INTRODUCTION
This parameter adjusts the time difference between the beginning of the direct sound and the beginning
of the reverberation sound.
Control range: 0 – 250 msec
Description:
The larger the value, the later the reverberation sound begins. A later reverberation sound makes you
feel like you are in the larger acoustic environment.
Level
Function:
(dB)
PREPARATION
60 dB
Time
REV.
DELAY
REV TIME
■ REV.LEVEL (reverberation level)
Level
BASIC OPERATION
Function:
This parameter adjusts the volume of the reverberation sound.
Control range: 0 – 100%
Description:
The larger the value, the stronger the reverberation becomes.
Sound source
REV. LEVEL
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Time
■ CT.DELAY (center delay)
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
■ LS.DELAY (left surround delay)
■ RS.DELAY (right surround delay)
Function:
These parameters adjust the sound delay for each channel in 5 channel stereo mode.
Control range: 0 – 50 msec
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APPENDIX
TROUBLESHOOTING
Refer to the chart below when the unit does not function properly. If the problem you are experiencing is not listed
below or if the instruction below does not help, set this unit in the standby mode, disconnect the power cord and contact
the nearest authorized YAMAHA dealer or service center.
■ General
Problem
The unit fails to turn
on when STANDBY/ON
(or POWER) is
pressed, or enters in
the standby mode
soon after the power
has been turned on.
No sound and/or no
picture.
Cause
Remedy
Refer to
page
The power cord is not connected or the plug
is not completely inserted.
Firmly connect the power cord.
19
The IMPEDANCE SELECTOR switch on
the rear panel is not fully set to the left or
right position.
Set the switch fully to the left or right position
when the unit is in the standby mode.
19
The protection circuitry has been
activated.
Make sure all speaker wire connections on
this unit and on all speakers are secure and
that the wire for each connection does not
touch anything other than its respective
connection.
16, 17
Incorrect input or output cable connections.
Connect the cables properly. If the problem
persists, the cables may be defective.
12 – 15
An appropriate input source has not been
selected.
Select an appropriate input source with
INPUT l / h or 6CH INPUT (or the input
selector buttons).
24
16, 17
The speaker connections are not secure.
Secure the connections.
The main speakers to be used have not
been selected properly.
Select the main speakers with SPEAKERS A
and/or B.
The volume is turned down.
Turn up the volume.
25
The sound is muted.
Press MUTE or any operation buttons of this
unit to cancel a mute and adjust the volume.
25
Digital signals other than PCM audio,
Dolby Digital or DTS signal which this
unit cannot reproduce are being input to
this unit by playing a CD-ROM, etc.
Play a source whose signals this unit can
reproduce.
—
No picture.
There is no S-video connection between this
unit and the video monitor, although Svideo signals are being input to this unit.
Connect the monitor’s S-video input jack to
this unit’s S VIDEO MONITOR OUT jack.
The sound suddenly
goes off.
The protection circuit has been activated
because of a short circuit, etc.
Check the IMPEDANCE SELECTOR switch
is set to the appropriate position and then turn
the unit back on.
Check the speaker wires are not touching
each other and then turn the unit back on.
Only the speaker on
one side can be heard.
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24
14, 15
19
16, 17
The sleep timer has functioned.
Turn on the power, and play the source again.
48
The sound is muted.
Press MUTE or any operation buttons of this
unit to cancel a mute and adjust the volume.
25
Incorrect cable connections.
Connect the cables properly. If the problem
persists, the cables may be defective.
Incorrect setting of “3 L/R BALANCE”
on the SET MENU.
Adjust it to the appropriate position.
12 – 17
43
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
No sound from the
effect speakers.
Cause
Remedy
Press EFFECT to turn it on.
29
A Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital or DTS
decoding DSP program is being used with
material not encoded with Dolby Surround,
Dolby Digital or DTS.
Select another DSP program.
57 – 60
25
Raise the level of the center speaker.
47
“1A CENTER SP” on the SET MENU is
set to NONE.
Select the appropriate mode for your center
speaker.
40
One of the Hi-Fi DSP programs (1 to 5)
has been selected.
Select another DSP program.
The source encoded with a Dolby Digital
or DTS signal does not have a center
channel signal.
No sound from the
rear speakers.
—
The output level of the rear speakers is set
to minimum.
Raise the output level of the rear speakers.
A monaural source is being played with the
program 10.
Select another DSP program.
“1D LFE/BASS OUT” on the SET MENU
is set to MAIN when a Dolby Digital or
DTS signal is being played.
Select SWFR or BOTH.
42
“1D LFE/BASS OUT” on the SET MENU
is set to SWFR or MAIN when a 2-channel
source is being played.
Select BOTH.
42
42
“1D LFE/BASS OUT” on the SET MENU
is set to SWFR or BOTH and your system
does not include a subwoofer.
Select MAIN.
The output mode for each speaker (main,
center or rear) on the SET MENU does not
match your speaker configuration.
Select the appropriate output mode for each
speaker based on the size of the speakers in
your configuration.
40, 41
Incorrect cable connections.
Firmly connect the audio plugs. If the
problem persists, the cables may be
defective.
12 – 15
No connection from the turntable to the
GND terminal.
Connect the grounding cord of your
turntable to the GND terminal of this unit.
12, 13
The record is being played on a
turntable with an MC cartridge.
The turntable should be connected to the unit
through an MC-head amplifier.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
The volume level is
low while playing a
record.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
A “humming” sound
can be heard.
57 – 60
—
The source does not contain low bass
signals (90 Hz and below).
Poor bass
reproduction.
47
BASIC
OPERAIONT
No sound from the
subwoofer.
57 – 60
PREPARATION
The output level of the center speaker is set
to minimum.
INTRODUCTION
The sound effect is off.
A 96-kHz sampling digital signal is being
input to this unit.
No sound from the
center speaker.
Refer to
page
12
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Cause
Remedy
Refer to
page
12
The volume level
cannot be increased,
or the sound is
distorted.
The component connected to the REC OUT
jacks of this unit is turned off.
The sound effect
cannot be recorded.
It is not possible to record the sound effect by
a recording component.
A source cannot be
recorded by a digital
recording component
connected to the
DIGITAL OUTPUT jack
of this unit.
A source component is only connected to the
analog input jacks of this unit.
Connect the source component to the digital
input jacks of this unit.
The sound field
parameters and some
other settings on this
unit cannot be
changed.
“15 MEMORY GUARD” on the SET MENU
is set to ON.
Select OFF.
46
—
Turn on the power to the component.
38
12 – 15
This unit does not
operate properly.
The internal microcomputer has been frozen
by an external electric shock (such as
lightning or excessive static electricity) or by
a power supply with low voltage.
Disconnect the AC power cord from the
outlet and then plug it in again after about
30 seconds.
“CHECK SP WIRES”
appears on the front
panel display.
Speaker cables are short circuited.
Make sure all speaker cables are connected
correctly.
The sound is degraded
when listening with
headphones
connected to a tape
deck or CD player that
is connected to this
unit.
This unit is in the standby mode.
Turn on the power of the unit.
—
There is noise
interference from
digital or highfrequency equipment,
or the unit.
The unit is too close to the digital or highfrequency equipment.
Move the unit further away from such
equipment.
—
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TROUBLESHOOTING
■ Tuner
The characteristics of FM stereo broadcasts
may cause this problem when the
transmitter is too far away or the antenna
input is poor.
Check the antenna connections.
Try using a high-quality directional FM
antenna.
Use the manual tuning method.
30, 31
There is multipath interference.
Adjust the antenna position to eliminate
multipath interference.
30
The desired station
cannot be tuned in
with the automatic
tuning method.
The station is too weak.
Use the manual tuning method.
Use a high-quality directional FM antenna.
Previously preset
stations can no
longer be tuned in.
The unit has been disconnected for a long
period.
Re-store the stations.
The desired station
cannot be tuned in
with the automatic
tuning method.
The signal is weak or the antenna
connections are loose.
Tighten the AM loop antenna connections and
orient it for best reception.
Use the manual tuning method.
Noises result from lightning, fluorescent
lamps, motors, thermostats and other
electrical equipment.
Use an outdoor antenna and a ground wire.
This will help somewhat, but it is difficult to
eliminate all noise.
30
A TV set is being used nearby.
Move this unit away from the TV.
—
There are buzzing
and whining noises
(especially in the
evening).
32
30, 31
BASIC
OPERAIONT
There are
continuous
AM crackling and
hissing noises.
30, 31
PREPARATION
FM stereo
reception is noisy.
INTRODUCTION
Cause
There is distortion,
and clear reception
cannot be obtained
even with a good
FM FM antenna.
Remedy
Refer to
page
Problem
ADVANCED
OPERATION
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
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TROUBLESHOOTING
■ Remote control
Problem
The remote control
does not work nor
function properly.
The unit or other
component cannot be
controlled.
Remedy
Refer to
page
Wrong distance or angle.
The remote control will function within a
maximum range of 6 m (20 feet) and no more
than 30 degrees off-axis from the front panel.
8
Direct sunlight or lighting (from an
inverter type of fluorescent lamp, etc.) is
striking the remote control sensor of this
unit.
Reposition the unit.
—
The batteries are weak.
Replace all batteries with new ones.
3
The component to be controlled has not been
selected.
Set the selector dial to the appropriate position,
corresponding to the component to be
controlled.
49
Cause
—
The remote control cannot control system
components.
The remote control
does not “learn” new
functions.
The manufacturer code has not been set up
properly.
Enter the code again.
54
Depending on the manufacturer or the
model, some components cannot be
controlled with this unit’s remote control
even though the code has been set up
properly.
Program functions from the other remote
control’s function into this remote control.
55
The batteries of this remote control and/or
the other remote control are too weak.
Replace the batteries.
3
The distance between the two remote
controls is too much or too little.
Place the remote controls at the proper
distance.
55
The signal coding or modulation of the
other remote control is not compatible with
this remote control.
Learning is not possible.
55
Memory capacity is full.
Further learning is not possible without
deleting unnecessary functions.
55
Try setting another code for the same
manufacturer.
After this unit has been exposed to a strong external electric shock (such as lightning and strong static electricity) or if
you mishandle the operation of this unit, it may not function properly. In these cases, set this unit in the standby mode,
disconnect the power cord, plug it back in after 30 seconds, and start operating.
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SPECIFICATIONS
FM SECTION
• Minimum RMS Output Power for Main, Center, Rear
20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.04% THD, 8 ohms ............................... 100 W
1 kHz, 0.04% THD, 8 ohms ................................................ 105 W
• Tuning Range .................................................. 87.50 to 108.00 MHz
• DIN Standard Output Power
1 kHz, 0.7% THD, 4 ohms .................................................. 140 W
• IEC Output Power
1 kHz, 0.04%, 8 ohms ......................................................... 105 W
• Damping Factor
20 Hz to 20 kHz, 8 ohms .............................................. 80 or more
• Selectivity (400 kHz) ............................................................... 70 dB
• Signal to Noise Ratio (IHF)
Mono/Stereo .............................................................. 76 dB/70 dB
• Harmonic Distortion (1 kHz)
Mono/Stereo ................................................................. 0.2%/0.3%
• Stereo Separation (1 kHz) ....................................................... 45 dB
• Frequency Response ........................... 20 Hz to 15 kHz +0.5, –2 dB
• Frequency Response
CD to Main L/R ...................................... 10 Hz to 100 kHz, –3 dB
AM SECTION
• Total Harmonic Distortion
20 Hz to 20 kHz, 50 W, 8 ohms, Main L/R .......................... 0.04%
• Usable Sensitivity ............................................................. 300 µV/m
• Residual Noise (IHF-A Network)
Main L/R ................................................................ 150 µV or less
• Channel Separation (1 kHz/10 kHz)
CD (5.1 kohms terminated) to Main L/R .................. 60 dB/45 dB
GENERAL
• Power Supply ......................................................... AC 230 V/50 Hz
• Power Consumption .................................................. approx. 300 W
Standby Mode ......................................................... approx. 1.2 W
• AC Outlets (Total 100 W maximum)
[Europe model] ..................................................... 2 (SWITCHED)
[U.K. model] ........................................................ 1 (SWITCHED)
• Tone Control (Main L/R)
BASS Boost/Cut ...................................................... ±10 dB/50 Hz
TREBLE Boost/Cut ............................................... ±10 dB/20 kHz
BASS EXTENSION ................................................. +6 dB/60 Hz
• Dimension (W x H x D)
............................ 435 x 171 x 432 mm (17-1/8” x 6-3/4” x 17”)
• Phones Output ..................................................... 150 mV/100 ohms
• Accessories .............................................................. Remote Control
....................................................................................... Batteries
......................................................................... AM loop antenna
...................................................................... Indoor FM antenna
................ 75-ohm/300-ohm antenna adapter (U.K. model only)
................................................................. Quick Reference Card
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
• Output Level
REC OUT ........................................................ 150 mV/0.9 kohms
PRE OUT ............................................................ 2.6 V/1.2 kohms
SUBWOOFER .................................................... 4.0 V/1.2 kohms
• Weight ......................................................................... 15 kg (33 lbs)
ADVANCED
OPERATION
• Input Sensitivity
CD, etc .............................................................. 150 mV/47 kohms
PHONO ............................................................. 2.5 mV/47 kohms
6CH INPUT .............................................. 150 mV/40 – 47 kohms
BASIC
OPERAIONT
• Signal to Noise Ratio (IHF-A Network)
PHONO MM to REC OUT (5 mV, shorted) ........................ 81 dB
CD (250 mV, shorted) to Main L/R, Effect Off ................. 100 dB
• Tuning Range ......................................................... 531 to 1611 kHz
PREPARATION
• Dynamic Power (IHF)
8/6/4/2 ohms ................................................... 125/160/195/230 W
• 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity (IHF, 100% mod.)
Mono/Stereo ........................ 2.0 µV (17.3 dBf) /25 µV (39.2 dBf)
INTRODUCTION
AUDIO SECTION
VIDEO SECTION
• Video Signal Type ...................................................................... PAL
• Composite Video Signal Level ................................ 1 Vp-p/75 ohms
• S-Video Signal Level
Y ........................................................................... 1 Vp-p/75 ohms
C .................................................................... 0.286 Vp-p/75 ohms
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• Component Video Signal Level
Y ........................................................................... 1 Vp-p/75 ohms
PB/CB, PR/CR ....................................................... 0.7 Vp-p/75 ohms
• Signal to Noise Ratio ............................................................... 50 dB
• Frequency Response (MONITOR OUT)
Composite, S-Video ................................. 5 Hz to 10 MHz, –3 dB
Component ................................................. DC to 30 MHz, –3 dB
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LIST OF MANUFACTURER’S CODES
LISTES DES CODES FABRICANT
VERZEICHNIS DER HERSTELLERCODES
LISTA ÖVER TILLVERKARKODER
ELENCO DEI CODICI DEL FABBRICANTE
LISTA DE CÓDIGOS DE FABRICANTES
LIJST VAN CODES VAN FABRIKANT
CLARIVOX
0821, 0961, 1971
CLATRONIC 1181, 1331
CONCERTO
0791
CONDOR
0761
CONTEC
0151, 1171
CONTINENTAL EDISON
0571, 0651, 0901
CRAIG
1171
CROSLEY
0021, 0491, 1021,
1081, 1401, 1981,
2201, 2251, 2271
CROWN
2541
CTC CLATRONIC
0261
CXC
1171
DAEWOO
0101, 1501, 1511,
2611
DANSAI
0101
DECCA
0271, 0581, 0601,
0971, 1101, 1691
DECCA (UK) 0271, 0581, 0601,
1101, 1681
DEGRAAF
0451, 1351
DIXI
0991, 1511
DOMEOS
0101
DORIC
1031
DUAL
0091, 0601, 1611,
1641, 2101
DUAL-TEC
0601, 1511, 1621,
2111
DUMONT
0261, 0521, 0781,
1021, 1081, 1981,
2121, 2151
DYNATRON 0101
ELBE
1551, 1971, 2031
ELECTRO TECH
1511
ELEKTRONSKA
0771
ELMAN
0261, 1621
ELTA
1511
EMERSON
0921, 1021, 1081,
1121, 1171, 1261,
1301
ERRES
0101
ETRON
1981
EUROPHON 0261, 0581, 0601,
0771, 1091, 1621,
2001
FENNER
0101, 1511
FERGUSON
0281, 0371, 0551,
0651, 0781, 0861,
0881, 1131, 1181,
1361, 1461, 1971,
1991, 2281, 2311,
2341
FIDELITY
0451, 0761, 2281
FIDELITY (UK)
0561, 0591,
1931, 2281
FILMNET
1141
FINLANDIA 0451, 2321
FINLUX
0021, 0261, 0491,
0521, 0781, 0811,
0871, 1081, 1411,
1421, 1981, 2051,
2091, 2121, 2151,
2551
TV
ADMIRAL
0411, 0451, 0911,
1021, 1081
AIKO
0891
AKAI
0061, 0101, 0231,
1191, 1351, 1591,
1641, 1791, 1891,
1981
AKURA
1331
ALBA
1241, 1331, 2361
ALBIRAL
1971
AMSTRAD
1301, 1511
ANAM
1171
ARC EN CIEL 0571
ARCAM
0571, 0761
ARISTONA
0751
ARTHUR MARTIN 0451, 1641
ASA
0411, 0451, 0521,
0781, 0871, 1021,
1081, 1421, 2051,
2091, 2151, 2551
ASTRA
1511
ATANTIC
0761
ATLANTIC
0761
ATORI
1511
AUDIOSONIC 1181, 1321, 1511
AUSIND
0491, 1411
AUTOVOX
0091, 0351, 0481,
0491, 0601, 0781,
0951, 1051, 1081,
1391, 1421
BAIRD
1101, 1351
BANG & OLUFSEN 1081
BASIC LINE 1321, 1331
BAUER
1451
BAUR
0041, 0061, 0121,
0131, 0221, 1561
BEKO
2491, 2501
BLAUPUNKT 0221, 0231, 0241,
0251, 0471, 0741,
2201, 2211, 2221,
2231, 2241, 2261,
2571, 2581
BRANDT
0571, 0651, 0731,
0901, 1821
BRIONVEGA 1021, 1051, 1081
BRITANNIA 0761
BRUNS
0821, 0991, 1021,
1081
BSR
0391, 0691, 1621,
1901, 1981
BUSH
0451, 1241, 1331,
1641, 1741, 2131,
2151
BUSH (UK)
0481, 1561, 1611
CANDLE
0791
CENTURY
1021, 1081
CGE
0491, 0811, 0981,
1401, 1531, 1611,
1621, 1981, 2201,
2251, 2271
CITIZEN
0791
FIRST LINE
FISHER
1981
0021, 0091, 0141,
0511, 0601, 0801,
0821, 0981, 1021,
1081, 1981, 2091
FORGESTONE 2281
FORMENTI
0451, 0491, 0761,
1081, 1451, 1541,
1981
FORMENTI-PHOENIX
0021, 0431, 0451,
0591, 1411
FORTRESS
1081
FRONTECH
0451, 1181, 1981
FUJITSU
1261
FUNAI
0391, 0691, 1171,
1181, 1261
FUTURETECH 1171
GBC
0021, 0141, 1321,
1511, 1621, 1981
GEC
0451, 1101, 1281,
2321
GEC (UK)
0031, 0081, 0581,
0601, 1101, 1281,
1561
GELOSO
0021, 0411, 0451,
1321, 1511, 1621,
1981
GENERAL TECHNIC 2681
GENEXXA
0451, 1331
GOLDSTAR
0591, 0601, 0761,
0791, 1371, 1491,
1511, 1561, 1621,
1641
GOODMANS 0141, 1101, 1371,
1641, 2301
GORENJE
0981, 1061
GRAETZ
0451
GRANADA
0141, 0451, 0491,
0581, 0601, 1101,
1111, 1351, 1981,
2321
GRANADA (UK)
0081, 0141,
0451, 0491,
0581, 0601,
1031, 1311,
1521, 1561,
1641
GRUNDIG
0221, 0231, 0471,
0491, 0711, 0741,
1381, 2021, 2041,
2141, 2151
HANSEATIC 0021, 0121, 0141,
0431, 0591, 1561
HANTAREX 0581
HEMMERMANN
0061
HIFIVOX
0331, 0571
HINARI
0071, 0141, 0451,
1261, 1351, 1511,
1641, 1981, 2011
HITACHI
0001, 0011, 0031,
0081, 0141, 0291,
0331, 0341, 0451,
0601, 0631, 0701,
1281, 1561, 1601,
1821, 1831, 1841,
1861, 1871, 1881,
1891, 1941, 1981,
2051, 2321, 2341
HYPER
0591, 0601, 1511,
1621
IMPERIAL
0451, 0491, 0811,
0981, 1401, 1611,
1621, 2201, 2251,
2271
INGERSOL
1511
INNO HIT
0581, 0601, 0841,
1101, 1331, 1371,
1511, 2011
INNOVATION 2591, 2601, 2611,
2621, 2641, 2651,
2661, 2711, 2721,
2761, 2771, 2781
INTERFUNK 0031, 0041, 0061,
0121, 0181, 0451,
0491, 1081, 1641,
1791, 1821, 1981,
2231
IRRADIO
0491, 1321, 1331,
1371, 1411, 1511,
2011
ISUKAI
1331
ITT
0031, 0041, 0051,
0061, 0071, 0081,
0181, 0411, 0451,
0491, 1241, 1291,
1351, 1501, 1601,
1641, 1741, 1921,
1981, 2091, 2331,
2431
ITT-NOKIA
0031, 0041, 0051,
0061, 0071, 0081,
0181, 0411, 0451,
0491, 1241, 1291,
1351, 1501, 1601,
1641, 1741, 1921,
1981, 2091, 2331,
2431
JVC
0071, 0721, 1441,
1581, 1591, 1741,
1791
KAISUI
0591, 1321, 1331
KAMOSONIC 0601
KARCHER
0591, 0601, 0841,
1091, 1321, 1511,
1561, 2051
KAWASHO
0761
KENDO
0261
KENNEDY
0021, 0351, 0951,
1981
KONKA
2701
KORTING
0431, 1011, 1021,
1081, 1541
i
08V800RDS_code(GB)
1
8/29/0, 10:00 AM
NECKERMANN
KTV
LENOIR
LEYEO
LIFETEC
0601, 1171
0601, 1511
1181
2591, 2601, 2611,
2621, 2641, 2651,
2661, 2671, 2681,
2691, 2711, 2761,
2771, 2781
LOEWE OPTA 0121, 0131, 0581,
0611, 1081
LOGIC
1691, 2281
LOGIK
0551, 1681, 2281
LOWEWE
0831
LUMA
0351, 0451, 1901
LUXMAN
0791
LUXMAN STEREO TUNER
0791
LUXOR
0001, 0061, 0181,
0341, 0421, 0451,
0461, 0491, 0601,
0671, 1351, 1371,
1561, 1601, 1911,
1921, 1981
LYCO
1181
MAGNADYNE 0021, 0061, 0261,
0581, 0641, 0771,
1021, 1081, 1621,
1981
MAGNAFON 0261, 0491, 0581,
0591, 0641, 0761,
1091, 2001
MANESTH
0101
MARANTZ
0101
MARELLI
1081
MARK
0101
MATSUI
0061, 0451, 0601,
0691, 1101, 1151,
1241, 1271, 1301,
1511, 1561, 1681,
1691
MAXIMAL
0071, 1981
MCMICHAEL 1281
MEDION
2591, 2601, 2611,
2621, 2641, 2651,
2661, 2671, 2681,
2691, 2711, 2721,
2761, 2771, 2781
MEMOREX
1511
METZ
0231, 0741, 1001,
1041, 1081, 1481,
2071, 2081
MGA
1231
MICROMAXX 2591, 2621, 2641,
2651, 2711, 2761,
2771, 2781
MINERVA
0221, 0231, 0491,
1381, 2141, 2151
MISTRAL
2281
MITSUBISHI 0141, 0201, 0231,
0661, 1191, 1201,
1231, 1671, 1691,
1741
MIVAR
0491, 0501, 0581,
0591, 0761, 0771,
1371, 1431, 2031
MTC
0791
MULTITECH 0261, 0581, 0601,
0641, 0981, 1321,
1511
MURPHY
0451, 2091
MURPHY (UK) 0081, 1031
N.E.I.
0101, 0961
NAD
1341
NEC
0141, 1711, 1721,
1731
NEDIATOR
NICAMAGIC
NIKKAI
0451, 0601,
0981, 1081,
1561, 1931,
1981, 2211,
2231, 2241
0101
0761
1101, 1331, 1641,
1701, 2011
NOBLIKO
0261, 0491, 0591,
0641, 1381, 1411
NOGAMATIC 0571
NOKIA
0031, 0041, 0051,
0061, 0071, 0081,
0181, 0411, 0451,
0491, 1241, 1291,
1351, 1501, 1601,
1641, 1741, 1921,
1981, 2091, 2331,
2431, 2461, 2791
NORDMENDE 0031, 0291, 0331,
0451, 0531, 0541,
0571, 1051, 1131,
1591, 1791, 1811,
1821, 1891, 1941,
2631
OCEANIC
0321, 1651, 1981
OCEANIC (F) 0031, 0061, 0321,
0441, 1661
ONCEAS
0601
ONWA
1171
ORION
0061, 0391, 0691,
0851, 1211, 1241,
1251, 1301, 1481,
1511, 1681, 1691,
1981, 2371, 2421
OSAKA
2011
OSAKI
1101, 1331, 2011
OSUME
0151
OTTO VERSAND
0021, 0121,
0141, 0221,
0601, 1561,
1741, 1981
PAEL
0591, 1411
PANASONIC 0031, 0201, 0211,
0451, 0701, 1311,
1751, 1961, 2561,
2741
PANORAMIC 2351
PATHE MARCONI 0571
PATHE’ CINEMA (F) 0431, 0591,
1621, 1661,
1971
PAUSA
1511
PAUZA
1511
PERDIO
0891, 1101
PHILCO
0021, 0491, 0811,
0981, 1021, 1081,
1401, 1611, 1621,
1751, 2201, 2251,
2271, 2451, 2471
PHILIPS
0101, 0361, 0591,
0621, 0681, 0751,
0761, 1021, 1081,
1281, 2031, 2281,
2291, 2431, 2441,
2511, 2731
PHOENIX
1081
PHONOLA
0751, 1081
PIONEER
0291, 0451, 1341,
1821
PRANDONI-PRINCE 0411, 0451,
0491, 0581,
1411
PRANDONI-PROMCE
0451, 0491, 0581
PRIMA
PROFEX
PROTECH
QUELLE
0451
1981
0641, 1181, 1981
0041, 0061, 0121,
0221, 0231, 0391,
0491, 0521, 0601,
0781, 1371, 1381,
1411, 1421, 1641,
1681, 2051, 2091,
2141, 2151, 2201,
2211, 2231, 2241,
2251, 2271, 2551,
2571, 2581
REDIOMARELLI
0101, 0451,
0661, 0771,
1081
RADIONETTE 0031, 2051, 2091
RADIOLA
2291
RANK
0481, 2151
RBM
2131, 2151
RBM (UK)
0481
REDIFFUSION 0451, 0661, 1641,
1981, 2331
REDIFFUSION (UK) 0061, 0081,
1031
REX
0071, 0101, 0351,
0411, 0451, 0951,
1901, 2061, 2101,
2111
RFT
0991, 2511
ROADSTAR
1321, 1511
ROTEL
0151
SABA
0291, 0331, 0421,
0451, 0531, 0541,
0571, 0581, 0651,
0731, 0931, 1021,
1071, 1081, 1131,
1791, 1811, 1821,
1891, 1941, 2631
SACCS
1971
SAISHO
0451, 0601, 1161,
1241, 1301, 1511,
1671, 1681, 1691
SALORA
0011, 0041, 0061,
0071, 0341, 0451,
0671, 1291, 1351,
1521, 1561, 1601,
1641, 1911, 1921,
1931, 1981, 2321
SAMBERS
0261, 0491, 0581,
0641, 1091, 1371,
1411, 2001
SAMSUNG
0101, 0601, 0841,
0981, 1101, 1181,
1371, 1511, 2011
SANYO
0141, 0151, 0401,
0601, 0801, 0821,
0981, 1021, 1101,
1111, 1291, 1351,
1691, 1741, 2051,
2091, 2551
SBR
0681, 0751, 1281,
2281
SCHAUB LORENZ 0451
SCHNEIDER 0021, 0071, 0091,
0451, 0511, 0591,
0601, 0751, 1321,
1361, 1621, 1641,
2101, 2111, 2291
SCOTT
1171, 1261
SEG
0261, 0601, 0821,
0991
SEI
0641, 0691, 1081,
1301, 1481, 1981
ii
08V800RDS_code(GB)
2
8/29/0, 10:00 AM
SELECO
0071, 0101, 0351,
0411, 0451, 0951,
1901, 2061, 2101,
2111
SENTRA
1601
SHARP
0141, 0151, 0191,
1761, 1781
SIAREM
0021, 0261, 0581,
0641, 1021, 1081,
1981
SICATEL
1971
SIEMENS
0151, 0221, 0231,
0451, 0741, 2011,
2201, 2211, 2221,
2231, 2241, 2261,
2571, 2581
SILVER
1181
SINGER
0021, 0261, 1021,
1081
SINUDYNE
0021, 0061, 0101,
0261, 0391, 0641,
0691, 0851, 0941,
1021, 1081, 1241,
1301, 1321, 1481,
1631, 1981
SKANTIC
0451
SOLAVOX
0451, 1641, 2011
SONOKO
0101, 1181, 1511
SONY
0141, 0171, 1121,
1681, 1691, 2751
SOUNDESIGN 1171
SSS
1171
STERN
0071, 0101, 0351,
0411, 0451, 0951,
1901, 2061, 2101,
2111
SUNKAI
0691
SUPRA
0791
TANDBERG
0161, 0331, 0611,
1021, 1421, 1771,
1791, 2081
TANDY
0191, 0451, 1331,
1531
TASHIKO
0141
TATUNG
0271, 0581, 0601,
0971, 1101, 1681,
1691
TCM
2621, 2641, 2711,
2761, 2771, 2781
TECHNICS
1311
TECHWOOD 0791
TEKNIKA
1171, 1231, 1261
TELE
1141
TELEAVIA
0571, 0651, 0731,
1821
TELEFUNKEN 0291, 0301, 0311,
0551, 0731, 1131,
1471, 1591, 1791,
1801, 1811, 1821,
1991, 2161, 2171,
2181, 2191, 2201,
2251, 2271, 2521,
2631
TELETECH
1511
TEMPEST
2381, 2391, 2401,
2411
TENSAI
1331, 2091
TEXET
0601
THOMSON
0331, 0481, 0531,
0571, 0631, 0651,
0731, 0901, 1241,
1571, 1591, 1791,
1811, 1821, 1891,
1941, 2531
THORN
0741, 0861, 2091,
2251, 2271, 2281
THORN-FERGUSON 0281, 0371,
0551, 0651,
0781, 0861,
0881, 1131,
1181, 1361,
1461, 1971,
1991, 2281
TMK
0141, 0791, 1471
TOSHIBA
0141, 0381, 0481,
1221, 1271, 1701,
1741, 1851, 2151,
2801, 2811
TRANS CONTINENS
0451
TRISTAR
2281
TRIUMPH
0481, 0581, 2121
UHER
0431, 0451, 0481,
0491, 0511, 1311,
1541
ULTRAVOX
0021, 0261, 0591,
1021, 1081, 1981
UNIVERSUM 1181, 2051
UNIVOX
1971
VEGAVOX
0811
VEXA
0101, 1511
VICTOR
1441, 1591
VIDEOTON
2481
VORTEC
0101, 0651
VOXSON
0411, 0451, 0491,
1021, 1081
WALTHAM
0451
WATSON
0431, 2201, 2241
WATT RADIO 0021, 0061, 0261,
0591, 0641, 0761,
1091, 1971, 1981,
2001
WEGA
0141, 1081, 1981
WEGA COLOR 1021
WELTBLICK 0101
WESTON
1621
WHITE WESTINGHOUSE
0101, 0261, 0431,
0591, 0761, 1401,
1541
YOKO
0601, 1511
ZANUSSI
0071, 0101, 0351,
0411, 0451, 0951,
1901, 2061, 2101,
2111
ZOPPAS
0451
SATELLITE TUNER
AKAI
ALBA
AMSTRAD
1276
0826, 1276
0166, 0796, 1016,
1026, 1296
ANKARO
0476
AST
0406
ASTRA
0126
BARCOM
0476
BLAUPUNKT 0966
BMC SATELLITE
0106
BRITISH TELECOM 1276
BUSH
0826
BUSH (UK)
0956
CAMBRIDGE 0196, 1276
CANAL PLUS (FRANCE)
1536
CHAPARRAL 0016, 0696, 1006
COLUMBUS 0616
CONNEXIONS 0306, 0426
DISCUS ELIPSE
0856, 0866
DISKXPRESS 0426, 0476
DRAKE
1516
ECHOSTAR
0226, 0236, 0606,
0626, 0666, 0926,
0996, 1046, 1056,
1066, 1106
ELTA
1286
ELTA SAT
0146
EURODEC
1226, 1236, 1246
FERGUSON
0046, 0176, 0186,
0296, 0846, 0956,
1306
FINLUX
0976
FRACARRO 0026, 0536, 0776
FUBA
0476, 0616, 0636,
1056
GIUCAR RECORD 0206, 0336
GRUNDIG
0176, 0946, 0956,
0966
HIGH PERFORMANCE
0916
HIRSCHMANN
0756, 0966
HITACHI
0446, 0516, 0706,
0946
ICX INTERNATIONAL 0886
ITT
0066, 0126, 0176,
0446, 1156
ITT/NOKIA
0066, 0126, 0176,
0446, 1156
JEEMON
0146
JERROLD
0846, 0986
JOHANSSON 0246
JVC
1276
KATHREIN
0116, 0266, 0276,
0366
KOSMOS
0266
KYOSTAR
1036, 1086
LENG
0246
LIFESAT
1326, 1346, 1356
LUXOR
0126, 0136, 0446,
0466, 0506, 1156
MACAB
0356
MASPRO
0016, 0116, 0256,
0956
MEDION
1326, 1346
METZ
0966
MICROMAXX 1326, 1346
MITSUBISHI 0966
MORGANS
0596
MURATTO
0406
NEC
0286, 0316, 0766,
0786, 0836
NETWORK
0046
NIKKO
1136, 1146
CABLE TV
CABLETIME 1446, 1456, 1476
CLYDE CABLEVISION
1426
FILMNET
1396, 1436
FRANCE TELECOM 1386
GEC
1426
JERROLD
1416
MOVIE TIME 1466
NSC
1466
PHILIPS
1386
PIONEER
0006
SAMSUNG
1496
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA
1486, 1506
STARCOM
1416
STS
1466
TANDBERG
1366
TELE
1436
TELE +1
1436
TELESERVICE 1406, 1476
TUDI
1376
UNITED CABLE
1416
ZENITH
1406
NOKIA
0066, 0126, 0176,
0446, 1156, 1166,
1336
NORSAT
0786
OTTO VERSAND
0966
PACE
0046, 0176, 0296,
0936, 0956, 1306,
1566, 1576
PACE MSS
0946
PACE SKY DIGITAL BOX (UK)
1526
PALCOM
0616, 0686, 0706
PALSAT
0396
PALTEC
0706
PANASONIC 0806, 1306
PANSAT
1076
PHILIPS
0326, 0346, 0476,
0956, 1126, 1186,
1196, 1206, 1216,
1306, 1316
PROSAT
1176
PTT TELECOM
0306, 0896
QUELLE
0966
RADIX
1056
REDIFFUSION 0316, 0786
RFT
1186, 1196, 1206,
1216
SAGEM
1256, 1546
SAKURA
0566, 0816
SALORA
0066, 0126, 0136,
0446, 0456, 0486,
0496, 0576
SAMSUNG
0746, 0756
SAT
0406
SATCOM
0896
SATECO
0646
SECTOR
1266
SEDEA
1096
SENTRA
0416
SIEMENS
0896, 0966
SINTRACK
0906
SKYLAB
0476
SKYSCAN
0876
SONY
0736, 0946
STELLA
0306
STRONG
0156, 0396, 1036,
1086
STV
0636
TANDBERG
1116
TANDY
0916
TANTEC
0616
TATUNG
0516, 0546
TECHNISAT 0086, 0096, 0526,
0556, 1056
TELECOM
0306
TELEMAX
0586
THORN-FERGUSON 0046, 0076,
0176, 0186,
0956
TOSHIBA
0946
TPS (FRANCE) 1546
TRIAD
0406
UNIDEN
0036, 0216, 0676,
0716, 0726
US ELECTRONICS 0886
VORTEC
0756, 1036, 1076
VTECH
0436
WINERSAT
0246
WISI
0056, 0356, 0376,
0386, 0406, 0656,
1056, 1156
WOLSEY
0916
XCOM MULTIMEDIA 1556
XSAT (FRANCE)
1556
ZEHNDER
0266, 0406
ZENDER
0406
VCR
AIWA
AKAI
0042, 0352, 0432
0042, 0422, 0492,
0582, 0612, 0642,
0652, 0762, 0912
ALBA
0002, 0112, 0282,
0332, 0342, 0972
AMSTRAD
0322, 0432, 0452
ANITECH
0002
ANITSCH
1002
ASA
0012, 0052
AUDIOSONIC 0002
BAIRD
0042, 0282, 0492
BANG & OLUFSEN 0042
BAUR
0052, 0062, 0812
BLAUPUNKT 0062, 0092, 0252,
0462, 0672, 0992
BRIONVEGA 0032
BUSH
0002, 0282, 0332,
0342, 0512, 0972
BUSH (UK)
0812
CAPEHART
0112
CGE
0042, 0432, 0762
CRAIG
0072, 0482
CROWN
0112, 0282, 0622
DAEWOO
0112, 0282, 0622
DANSAI
0012
DAYTRON
0112
DECCA
0042, 0052, 0432,
0942
DECCA (UK) 0052
DEGRAAF
0052, 0132, 0432,
0532, 0602
DIXI
0442
DUAL
0042, 0632
DUMONT
0052, 0432, 0532
DYNATECH 0432
DYNATRON 0012
ELBE
0122
ELIN
0072
EMERSON
0012, 0162, 0202,
0432, 0512, 0522
ERRES
0012
FERGUSON
0042, 0712, 0722,
0852, 0902, 1012,
1022, 1082
FIDELITY
0432
FINLANDIA 0052, 0532
FINLUX
0012, 0042, 0052,
0082, 0262, 0382,
0432, 0462, 0492,
0532, 0572, 0602,
0912
FIRST LINE
0002, 0912
FISHER
0162, 0482, 0532,
0542, 0572, 0592
FORMENTI-PHOENIX
0012, 0052
FRONTECH
0112
FUNAI
0432
GBC
0002
GEC (UK)
0022, 0052
GELOSO
0002
GENERAL TECHNIC 1172
GOLDSTAR
0012, 0122, 0812,
0952
GOODMANS 0002, 0072, 0282,
0432, 0502
GOODMANS (UK) 0002
GRAETZ
0022, 0042
GRANADA
0052, 0132, 0532,
0572
iii
08V800RDS_code(GB)
3
8/29/0, 10:00 AM
NOKIA
0022, 0032, 0042,
0072, 0292, 0492,
0532, 0572, 0762,
1152
NORDMENDE 0042, 0102, 0142,
0192, 0222, 0242,
0392, 0402, 0632,
0732, 0742, 0762,
0782, 0792, 0832,
0842, 0872
OLYMPUS
0462
OPTONICA
0132, 0502
ORION
0162, 0202, 0312,
0442, 0512, 0522,
0982
OSAKA
0432
OSAKI
0002, 0012, 0432
OTTO VERSAND
0052, 0062,
0812
PANASONIC 0022, 0212, 0462,
0672, 0992, 1092,
1102, 1182
PENTAX
0172, 0602
PERDIO
0432
PHILCO
1062
PHILIPS
0052, 0082, 0092,
0152, 0182, 0362,
0372, 0382, 0472,
0502, 1072
PHONOLA
0052, 0152
PILOT
0012
PIONEER
0052, 0142, 0372,
0472
PORTLAND
0112
PROLINE
0432
PYE
0052, 0152
QUARTZ
0572
QUELLE
0012, 0032, 0042,
0052, 0062, 0072,
0092, 0202, 0462,
0522, 0942
RADIONETTE 0022
REALISTIC
0012, 0072, 0132,
0432, 0482, 0502,
0532, 0572
RET
1072
REX
0042, 0742, 0782
RICOH
0952
SABA
0042, 0142, 0192,
0222, 0242, 0392,
0632, 0732, 0742,
0762, 0772, 0782,
0792, 0872
SAISHO
0162, 0202, 0292,
0442, 0512, 0522,
0972
SALORA
0192, 0572, 0812,
0822, 0912
SAMSUNG
0052, 0072, 0622,
0652, 1192
SANSUI
0042, 0142
SANYO
0482, 0532, 0562,
0572
SBR
0052, 0152, 0182
SCHAUB LORENZ 0022, 0042
SCHNEIDER 0002, 0012, 0052,
0072, 0432
SEG
0002, 0072
SEI-SINUDYNE
0442
SELECO
0042
SENTRA
0112
SHARP
0132, 0502, 0702
SHINTOM
0002
SIEMENS
0062, 0092, 0252,
0572
GRANADA (UK)
0052, 0092,
0462, 0602,
0812, 0822
GRUNDIG
0052, 0062, 0092,
0232, 0252, 0262,
0752, 0802
HANSEATIC 0052, 0812
HARMAN/KARDON 0122, 0922
HCM
0002
HINARI
0002, 0202, 0412,
0442, 0522
HITACHI
0042, 0172, 0292,
0432, 0602, 0662,
0812, 1022
IMPERIAL
0072, 0432
INGERSOL
0442
INNO HIT
0002, 0052, 0072
INNOVATION 1142, 1162, 1172
INTERFUNK 0022, 0052
IRRADIO
0002, 0012
ITT
0022, 0032, 0042,
0072, 0292, 0492,
0532, 0572, 0762
ITT-NOKIA
0022, 0032, 0042,
0072, 0292, 0492,
0532, 0572, 0762
JENSEN
0042
JVC
0042, 0102, 0142,
0272, 0742, 0762,
0782, 0902
KARCHER
0052, 0072, 0812
KENDO
0492
KENWOOD
0042, 0142, 0572
LIFETEC
1142, 1162, 1172
LLOYD
0432
LOEWE OPTA 0052, 0092, 0152
LOGIK
0002, 0072, 0442
LUMA
0162
LUXOR
0492, 0572, 0812
M ELECTRONIC
0432
MAGNADYNE 0052
MAGNASONIC
0572
MANESTH
0012
MARANTZ
0012, 0052, 0092,
0122, 0502
MARK
0012
MARTA
0012
MATSUI
0012, 0442, 0512,
0522, 0812, 0972
MEDION
1142, 1162, 1172
MEMOREX
0012, 0132, 0432,
0482, 0532, 0572
METZ
0062, 0092, 0932
MGA
0912
MICROMAXX 1142, 1162, 1172
MINERVA
0062, 0092, 0252
MINOLTA
0172, 0602
MITSUBISHI 0052, 0062, 0142,
0912, 0922
MTC
0072, 0432
MULTITECH 0002, 0052, 0062,
0282, 0432
MURPHY
0432
N.E.I.
0012, 0052
NATIONAL
0462
NEC
0042, 0122, 0142
NECKERMANN
0032, 0042,
0052, 0072,
0092, 0202,
0522, 0572,
0762, 0812
NIKKAI
0112
NOBLIKO
0092
SINUDYNE
0052, 0382, 0442,
0932
SONOKO
0282
SONY
0432, 0552, 0682,
0692, 0942, 0952,
0962, 1122, 1132
STS
0602
SUNKAI
0512
SUNSTAR
0432
SYLVANIA
0432, 0912
SYMPHONIC 0432, 0912
TANDBERG
0062, 0162, 0522,
0932
TASHIKO
0132, 0432
TATUNG
0042, 0052, 0432,
0922
TCM
1142, 1162, 1172
TEAC
0042, 0432
TECHNICS
0462
TEKNIKA
0012, 0432
TELEFUNKEN 0042, 0192, 0632,
0732, 0742, 0762,
0782, 0882, 0892
TEMPEST
1032, 1042, 1052
TENOSAL
0002
THOMSON
0042, 0102, 0142,
0192, 0402, 0632,
0762
THORN
0042, 0902
THORN-FERGUSON 0042, 0222,
0302, 0712,
0722, 0742,
0762, 0852,
0862, 0872,
0902
TMK
0522
TONSAI
0002
TOSHIBA
0042, 0622, 0912
TOTEVISION 0012, 0072
TRIUMPH
0922
UHER
0042, 0072
ULTRAVOX
0032
UNITECH
0072
VECTOR RESEARCH
0122
VICTOR
0042, 0102, 0142
VIDEON
1162, 1172
WELTBLICK 0012
WHITE WESTINGHOUSE
0032
XENON
0162
YAMAHA
0042, 1202
YOKO
0012, 0062, 0072
DVD PLAYER
AKAI
JVC
KENWOOD
MAGNAVOX
MITSUBISHI
ONKYO
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
PROSCAN
RCA
SAMSUNG
SHARP
SONY
TECHNICS
THOMSON
TOSHIBA
YAMAHA
ZENITH
0108
0168, 0348
0288
0248
0268
0128, 0248
0048
0188, 0248
0208, 0228
0308
0308
0148
0068
0028
0048
0328
0088, 0248
0008, 0048
0248
iv
08V800RDS_code(GB)
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8/29/0, 10:00 AM
LD PLAYER
AIWA
FUNAI
HITACHI
MAGNAVOX
PANASONIC
PIONEER
RCA
REALISTIC
SAMSUNG
SONY
VICTOR
YAMAHA
0137
0137
0047
0077
0027
0037
0067
0137
0017, 0087
0057, 0097, 0107,
0117
0127
0007
CD PLAYER
ACCUPHASE
ADC
ADCOM
AKAI
0315
0865
0785, 1015
0115, 0125, 0725,
0735, 0745, 0935,
1155
ARCAM
1875
ARCAM-ROTEL
0165
AUDIO-TECHNICA 0835
AUDIOSONIC 0155
AIWA
1105, 1235, 1245,
1765, 1915, 1935
BSR
0875
CALIFORNIA AUDIO LAB
1075
CARRERA
0555, 0875
CARVER
0825, 1415
CYRUS-ROTEL
0205
DENON
0045, 0955, 1045,
1595, 1795, 1805
DUAL
1005
ELIN
0185
EMERSON
1015, 1285, 1675
FISHER
0105, 0595, 0605,
0825, 1165, 1175
GENEXXA
0525, 0825, 0855,
0875, 0995, 1265,
1285, 1345, 1355,
1485, 1575, 1675,
1715, 1825
GOLDSTAR
0555, 1185, 1195,
1585
GRUNDIG
0175
HARMAN KARDON 0325, 0495,
0565, 1135,
1145, 1155
HITACHI
0065, 0585, 0685,
0945, 1005, 1015,
1225, 1545
INNOVATION 1995, 2005, 2015
ITT-NOKIA
0185
JVC
0385, 0395, 0455,
0575, 0585
KARCHER
0485
KENWOOD
0025, 0055, 0145,
0215, 0595, 0675,
0695, 0705, 0715,
0925, 1355, 1485,
1575, 1675, 1715,
1825
KORTING
0175
LIFETEC
2015
LIGHT CONTROL 1155, 1645,
1655, 1665
LINN
0165, 1875
LUXMAN
0265, 0275, 0795,
0805, 1295, 1305,
1555, 1925
THOMSON
1005
TOSHIBA
0755, 0765
VECTOR RESEARCH
0555, 0865
VICTOR
0575
YAMAHA
0005, 0015, 1815,
0085, 0345, 0615,
0655, 0815, 0835,
0895
LUXOR
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
0185, 1895, 1905
1865, 1875
0165, 0175, 0545,
0665, 1275, 1335,
1405, 1505, 1875,
1955
MATSUSHITA 1095, 1605
MCS
0535
MEDION
0075, 1995, 2005,
2015
MEMOREX
0525, 1015, 1265,
1275, 1285, 1675
MGA
1125
MICROMAXX 2015
MISSION
0165, 1875
MITSUBISHI 1125, 1205
NAD
0135, 0255, 0285,
0295, 0305, 0345,
0755, 0765, 1315,
1325
NAKAMICHI 0635, 0645, 1565
NEC
0405, 0535, 0775,
0785
NECKERMAN 0155, 0225
NIKKO
0835, 1165
OCEANIC
0185
OKANO
0155, 0225
ONKYO
0885, 1385, 1425,
1455, 1515
PANASONIC 1055, 1075, 1615,
1625
PHILIPS
0165, 0175, 0195,
1865, 1875
PIONEER
0095, 0335, 0425,
0435, 0445, 0525,
0855, 1035, 1945
PROTON
0905, 1875
QUASAR
1075
RADIOLA
1845, 1855
RADIOTONE 0485
REALISTIC
0825, 1015, 1265,
1275, 1285, 1575
ROTEL
1875
SABA
1005
SAE
1875
SALORA
0185
SANSUI
0415, 0965, 0975,
0985, 1255, 1675,
1875
SANYO
0625, 0825, 0845,
0915
SCHNEIDER 1845, 1855
SCOTT
1285, 1675
SHARP
0025, 0035, 1025,
1115, 1275, 1635,
1785, 1815, 1825,
1835
SHERWOOD 1275, 1445
SIEMENS
1085
SIGNATURE 1155
SONY
0345, 0355, 0365,
0375, 0865, 1685,
1695, 1705, 1715,
1725, 1735, 1745
SYLVANIA
1875
TANDBERG
1885
TASHIKO
1525
TCM
1985, 2015
TEAC
0235, 0245, 1275,
1365, 1375, 1395,
1435, 1465, 1475
TECHNICS
0465, 0475, 1065,
1075, 1625
TELEFUNKEN 1005
THETA DIGITAL
1865
CD RECORDER
YAMAHA
0244
MD RECORDER
YAMAHA
KENWOOD
SONY
0024, 0224, 0234
0214
0224
TAPE DECK
AKAI
DENON
GRUNDIG
HARMAN
JVC
KENWOOD
KORTING
LUXMAN
MARANTZ
NAD
ONKYO
PHILIPS
PIONEER
SONY
YAMAHA
0124
0204
0134
0044
0194
0164
0134
0054, 0064, 0074,
0084
0134, 0144
0174
0184
0134, 0144, 0154
0034, 0114
0094, 0104
0004, 0014
v
08V800RDS_code(GB)
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8/29/0, 10:00 AM
GB
RX-V800RDS
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
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0100V800RDS(GB)-cv1/4
1
RX-V800RDS
Natural Sound AV Receiver
Ampli-tuner audio-vidéo
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DSP
DSP/TUN
INPUT
DSP
INPUT
Input
selector
buttons
DSP
program
group
buttons
EFFECT
PRESET –/+
6.1/ES
A/B/C/D/E
TEST
j/i
A/B/C/D/E
u/d
SET MENU
ON SCREEN
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STANDBY
TV POWER
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VOLUME +/–
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DSP
program
TV INPUT
group
SLEEP
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buttons
Input
selector
buttons
EFFECT
6.1/ES
TAPE/MD (CD-R)
INPUT
DSP
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b
Skip – (MD/CD-R)
w Rewind (tape)
Search (MD/CD-R)
A/B/C/D/E
DSP
INPUT
Numeric buttons (MD/CD-R)
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+10 (MD/CD-R)
Numeric buttons
Deck A/B (tape)
DISPLAY (MD/CD-R)
INDEX
+10
e Pause (MD/CD-R)
r Rec/Pause
(tape/MD)
p Play
CD
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s Stop
f Fast
forward (tape)
Search (MD/CD-R)
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INPUT
DSP
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Numeric buttons
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+10
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DISC SKIP –/+
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A/B/C/D/E
b Skip – (DVD)
Skip/Chapter – (LD)
w Search
DISPLAY
e Pause
a Skip + (DVD)
Skip/Chapter + (LD)
s Stop
f Search
Return
Menu select
A/B/C/D/E
Menu right
Menu left
Menu down
MENU
TITLE
AV POWER
AV POWER
TV
VCR
INPUT
DSP
CBL/SAT
INPUT
DSP
Numeric
buttons
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A/B/C/D/E
DISPLAY
e Pause
DSP
INPUT
Numeric
buttons
Ch enter/
Recall
CH –/+
Numeric
buttons
CH –/+
_/_ _
_/_ _
*1
VCR REC
p Play
DISPLAY
Menu up
*1
VCR REC
VCR play
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DISPLAY
VCR pause
Menu
select
A/B/C/D/E
Menu left
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VCR stop
VCR fast
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VCR rewind
forward
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TV
POWER
TV INPUT
TV VOL +/–
TV SLEEP
Recall
VCR power
Ch enter
_/_ _
DISPLAY/
Guide
(SAT)
Menu up
Menu
right
Menu
down
MENU
AV POWER
TV MUTE
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