Yamaha | AVS-700 | Owner's Manual | Yamaha AVS-700 Owner's manual

Yamaha AVS-700 Owner's manual
 CAUTION: TO BEDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC $ SHOCK, po NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACKEN
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE,
REFER SERVICING TO QGUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL,
e Explanation of Graphical Symbols
The lightning flash wi ith arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is
intended to alert you to the presence of
uninsulated "dangerous voltage” within
the product's enclosure that may be of
of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation port within an
equilateral triangle is intended to alert
you to the presence o important
operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk -
WARNING
TO REDUC E THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
cart combination should be
1 Read Instructions — All the safely and operating
instructions should be read before the appliance is
operated.
& Нега instructions — The safely and operating
instructions should be retained for future reference.
3 Heed Warnings — All warnings on the appliance
and in the operating Instructions should be adherad
io.
& Follow Instructions — All operating and other
instructions should be followed. |
5 Water and Moisture — The appliance should not
be used near water — for example, near a bathtub,
washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet
basement, or near swimming pool, etc,
Carts and Stands — The appliance should be used
only with a cart or stand that is recommended by the
manufaciurer.
An applicance and
moved with care. Quick
stops, excessive force,
and uneven surfaces may
cause the appliance and
cart combination to
overturn.
Ÿ Wall or Ceiling Mounting — The appliance should
be mounted to a wail or ceiling only as recommended
oy | the manufacturer,
& Ventilation — The appliance should be situated s
that its location or position does not interfere with its
proper ventilation. For example, the appliance shoul
not be situated on a bed, sofa, rug or similar surface
that may block the ventilation openings: or placed in
built-in installation, such as a bookcase or cabinet th
may | impede the flow of air through the ventilation
openings.
9 Heat — The appliance should be situated away
from heat sources such as radi ators, stoves, or other
appliances that produce haat.
10 Power Sources — The appliance should be
connected to a power supply only of the type
described in the operating instructions or as marked
on the appliance.
11 Power-Cord Protection — Power-supply cords
should be routed so that they are not likely to be
walked on or pinched by items placed upon or again
them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they
exit from the appliance.
12 Cleaning ~ The appliance should be cleaned
only as recommended by the manufacturer,
13 WNonuse Periods — The power cord of the
appliance should be unplugged rom the outlet when
left unused for a long period of tim
Té Object and Liguid Entry — Care should be take
so that objects do not fall into and liquids are not
spilled into the Inside of the appliance. |
15 Damage Requiring Service — The appliance
should be serviced by дна! ified service personnel
when:
A. The power-supply cord or the plug has been
damaged; or
B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into
the appliance; or
C. The appliance has been exposed to rain; or
D. The appliance does not appear to operate normally
or exhibits a marked change in performance; or
E. The appliance has been dropped, or the cabinet
| damaged.
16 Servicing — The user should not attempt to
service the appliance beyond those means described
in the operating instructions. All other servicing should
be referred to qualified service personnel.
17 Power Lines -— An outdoor antenna should be
located away from power lines.
18 Grounding or Polarization — The precautions
that should be taken so that the grounding or
polarization of an appliance is not defeated,
1. To ensure the finest performance, please read this
manual carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future
reference. |
2. Install your unit in a cool, dry, clean place — away
from windows, heat sources, and too much vibration,
dust, moisture, or cold. Avoid sources of hum
(transformers, motors.) To prevent fire or electrical
shock, do not expose to rain and water,
J. Never open the cabinet. If a foreign object drops
into the set, contact your dealer
4. Do not use force on switches, knobs or cords.
When moving the unit, first disconnect the power plug
and the cords connecting the other equipment. Never
pull the cord itself,
3. Al wavs set the volur me control of the amplifier to
-00” or the attenuator of this AV selector to a minimum
level while lowering the tonearm 10 play a record; turn
the volume up with the stylus in the groove.
6. Do not attempt to clean the unit with chemical
solvents; this might damage the finish. Use a clean,
dry cloth.
7. Be sure to read the “troubleshooting” section on
common operating errors before concluding that your
unit is faulty,
8. Grounding or polarization — The precautions
should be taken so that the grounding or polarization
of an applicance is not defeated.
8. Do not connect audio equipment to the AC outlets
on the rear panel if that equipment requires more
power than the outlets are rated to provide.
10. H your unit has a voltage selector (General model
on AI, check that it is set to your local voltage before
vou plug it in. If not properly set, reset the switch to
indicate your supply voltage.
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After unpacking, check that the following parts are contained.
s Remote control transmitter x 7
& Batteries (size "AAA x 2
& Video cord x
e Audio cord x
This swi toh i is Used to turn the power to the unit on and ой, Press it to supply
power and light the POWER indicator. Press the switch again to turn the power
off. a | | | Ш
Notes on Stand-by mode
When the POWER key on the remote control transmitter is pressed to turn off the
power instead of the POWER switch on the front panel, the POWER STANDBY
indicator remains dimly lit. In this state, pressing the POWER key turns the
power on and the POWER STANDBY indicator goes off.
To completely turn off the power, press the POWER switch on the front panel.
(2) AUX jacks
These jacks are used to connect. an auxiliary video or audio © input source, such
as a video camera, to this unit. To obtain a high resolution picture, connect S
input connector on a video camera, etc. to the 5 VIDEO connector.
y) REMOTE CONTROL sensor
Thi Is sensor is used tor receive signals from the remote control unit.
(4) INPUT indicators
When an ) input source is selected, the correspondi ng indicator lights.
8) Audio MUTING indicator
This indicator lights when Muling is engaged (from the remote control unit). By
pressing the MUTE button on the front panel or the MUTE ~20 dB key of the
remote control transmitter, the sound level will be muted by 20 dB.
IEC OUT selector and REC OUT ON/OFF button
The REC OUT selector is used to select the source to be recorded. The REC
QUT ON/OFF button is used to turn on/off the output of the source signal
selected with the REC QUT selector through the REC OUT jacks.
They enable video/audio recording of any source, even while monitoring another.
For details, see the "RECORDING" section described later,
Thi is button is used to > select the source you wish to monitor (Auxiliary, Vi deo
Cassette Recorder 1, Video Cassette Recorder 2, Laser Disc plaver/CD Video
player, Television, Tape deck 2, Tape deck 1, Tuner, CD plaver or Turntable).
When one of these sources is selected, the corresponding indicator lights.
E, AUTING switch
This swi itoh i is used to decrease the sound level (muting) and to disengage the
muting and return.to the previous sound level.
When this switch is pressed, the sound level is muted by 20 dB, When this
switch is pressed again, the sound level returns to the previous level.
\JJ ATT. (Attenuator) control
Th is control | is used to adjust the volume level of the program source when the
AV selector is connected to the amplifier using the VARIABLE QUTPUT jacks.
Press UP side of the control to increase the level and press DOWN side to |
decrease it. | | | | В
ú ) REC OUT indicators
When the REC OUT ON/OFF button | is on and the program source to be recorded
is selected with the REC OUT se lector, the corresponding indi icator lights.
These c connectors : are used to connect compatible YAMAHA components (with
an EEE mark) to vour AV selector for remote control of each component, The
cables for each component are supplied with this unit.
PHONG — Connect to a turntable using the cable wi th a mini- plug connector.
TUNER — Connect to a tuner using the cable with a 5-pin connector.
TAPE — Connect to a cassette tape € deck using the cable wi ith a б-р!
connector.
12) VIDEO SIGNAL jacks
These jacks are used to connect the video signal cables from your components |
to the AY selector. They should be connected to the proper input/output jacks tor
each unit.
TV — Connect to a TV set, |
LD — Connect to a Laser Vision Disc player or to a CD Video player.
VER | — Connect to a Video Cassette Recorder for both recording and
playback,
VGH 2 — Connect to a second Vi deo Cassette Recorder for both record ing and
playback.
MONITOR QUT — Connect to the video IN terminal on a TV monitor.
DEO connectors
With the S VIDEO connections, a high resolution picture will be obtained,
resulting in a much clearer reproduction.
S VIDEO MONITOR connector — Connect to the S input connector on a TY
monitor.
S VIDEO LD connector — Connect to the S input connector on a laser vision
disc player or to a CD video player.
8 VIDEO VCR 1 connectors — Connect to a Video Cassette Recorder that ha:
connectors for оо! recording and playback.
S VIREO VOR 2 connectors — Connect to a second Video Cassette Recorder
that has § connectors for both recording and playback.
NOTE:
When the 5 VIDEO connectors and the standard video signal jacks are
connected al the same time, only the signals of the 5 VIDEO connectors are
output and/or input. |
(19) AC OUTLETS
The type of AC outiet is different acccording to the destination.
(Europe, LC and Australia models: switched x 1, unswitched x 1
USA, Canada and general models: switched x 2, unswitched x 1)
These outlets are used to connect the power cords from your components to th
AY selector.
The power to the SWITCHED outlets is col ntrolled by the AV selector's POWER
switch. They will supply power to any component that is connected to them
whenever the AV selector is turned on, whether by the front panel POWER swite
or by the remote control unit POWER key. The total maximum power consumpti
of the components attached to these outlets must not exceed 300 watts (400
watts for UGA and Canada models),
The power to the UNSWITCHED outlet is not controlled by the AV selector. It wi
continually supply power to any unit connected to it. The total maximum power
consumption of the component attached to this outlet must not exceed 100 wat
© AC power cord
This cord is used to connect the AY selector to an AC wall outlet,
« > ) Audio signal connection jacks
These jacks are used to connect the audio signal cables from vour components
to the AV selector. They should be connected to the proper input/output jacks for
each unit. Be sure that the L and KR channels are connected correctly.
PHONO — Connect to a turntable.
CD — Connect to a Compact Disc player.
TUNER — Connect io a tuner.
TAPE 1 — Connect to a cassette tape deck.
TAPE 2 — Connect to a second cassette lape deck.
ТУ — Conneci to a IV set.
LO/CDY — Connect to a Laser Vision Disc player or a CD video player,
VCR 1 — Connect to a Video Cassette Recorder for both recording and
playback.
VCR 2 — Connect to a second Video Cassette Recorder far both recordi ing and
playback.
(19) GND terminal
Connect to the ground wire from a turntable.
(17) OUTPUT jacks
These jacks are used to connect this unit to an amplifier.
FIXED — Connect to an amplifier (DSP-A700, sic.) equipped with the volume
control.
VARIABLE — Connect to an amplifier not equipped with the volume control. The
volume is controlled by this unit's VOLUME control. |
HH the CD, LD/CDY player, tuner, turntable and cassette deck connected to your
AY selector are YAMAHA components designed for remote control compatibility
(components with an 298 mark), then the remote control transmitter suppli ed
with the DSP-A700 amplifier will also control various functions of each
component. Please consult your YAMAHA dealer for information on which
components are compatible with the remote control transmitter. Note that the
amplifier's Remote Control trnasmitter will directly operate any compatible |
YAMAHA CD, LD/CDV player, and some Tuners or Cassette Decks bearing the
(18) POWER key
When this key is pressed to turn off the power | instead of the POWER : swi itch on
the front panel, the POWER STANDBY indicator remains dimly lit. In this state, —
pressing the POWER key turns the power on and the POWER STANDBY indicator
goes off.
(9) INPUT selector keys
To monitor the equipment connected to the TUNER, CD, PHONO, TV, TAPE 2,
TAPE 1, VCR 2, VOR 1, LD or AUX jacks of thi is unit, press the correspond ng
button.
20)
y MUTING key |
This key is used to lower the output volume of the amplifier to a -20 dB level.
21) ATT. control keys
These keys are used to increase or decrease the volume level of a program
source. |
The remote control unit uses 2 batteries (size "AAA", R03). Install them according
to the illustration. Be sure that they are installed correctly.
When the remote controllable distance decreases the batteries are exhaused.
Replace with 2 new batteries.
Install the batteries with the correct (+) and (-) polarities as indi cated in the
battery compartment,
Incorrect u Lise of : a | battery rm may result in personal injury or remote control
transmitter damage. Be aware of the following measures:
© Read all safety labels on batteries.
& Do not use an old battery with a new one.
® DO not mix battery types (alkaline, heavy duty, carbon, nickel cadmium, etc.).
s When the remote control transmitter will not be used for a long period of time,
remove the batteries and store them in a cool, dry place. |
® Do not short circuit, heat, disassemble, or dispose of batteries into a fire.
e If leakage occurs, thoroughly wipe off all electrolyte residue from the battery
compartment, Replace with new batteries.
(See Fig. [6].)
You must point the remote control unit toward the AV selector and be within
about 7 meters (23 feet) of it for proper operation.
ystem Connection Dia
Tape deck
Laser Vision Disc player or CD Video
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The speaker connections are
different according to the
Second Tape Deck
system to he used.
Line input
Line CUIDE
VARIABLE QUTPUT lacics
These jacks are used to connect io
an amplifier without the volume control, CN Player
Output
Front Speakers
Main Goeakers Fear Speakers
Video Input jack
Tv/Monitor with
video input jack
Power plug lor other equipment
(UNSWITCMED) (Except sor UK mod
Handies un to 1006
Mot inked 10 the POWER switch of this
LIME
Power plugs for other sguipment
{SWITCHED
+ancies up 10 300 W
Linked to the POWER switch of this ur
E VIDEO connectors
These connectors are used 10 connec
a TY monitor, Laser Vision Disc plays:
CD Video player, or video cassells
recorders having 5 connectors.
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CONNECT
IONS FOR EACH COMPONENT
® Remember to turn off the power to all of the units before making any
connections.
s When making the col nnections, make sure that ail of the cables are well away
from sources of hum, such as the power cords or power transformers of other
components. |
Notes on REMOTE CONTROL terminals |
The REMOTE CONTROL terminals are used when you have YAMAHA compatible
components bearing the 895 mark, If your AY selector is used with the
YAMAHA DSP-A700 amplifier, the remote control transmitter supplied with the
amplifier can directly control this AV selector. Also, when other components
such as a turntable, a tuner and a cassette deck are connected with the
REMOTE CONTROL. terminals to this unit, the remote control transmitter supplied
with the DSP-A700 amplifier can control those components as well.
Connect tne remote control cables from the components to the correct termi nals
on your AY selector (i.e. PHONO, TUNER, TAPE).
Note that no cable is necessary for a CD or LD/CDV player as the remote control
transmitter operates | the player di rectly, |
AMPLIFIER
Connect an amplifier which has the volume control to the FIXED QUTPUT jacks of
this unit. If your amplifier does not have the volume control, connect the amplifier
to the VARIABL E QUTPUT jacks of this unit
Connect the output cables of the turntable to the PHONO jacks, and connect the
ground wire to the GND terminal on the rear pans! of this unit. This should
produce minimum hum, but in some cases better results are obtained with this
wire disconnected. When a turntable bearing the 296 mark is used, connect
the remote control terminal on the turntable to the REMOTE CONTROL PHONO
terminal on the rear panel of this unit, using the remote cable with mini-plug.
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COMPACT DISC PLAYER
Connect the output jacks of the compact dis
panel of this unit.
e The digital input jacks are not equipped with this unit.
player to the CD jacks on the res
| TUNER
Connect the output jacks of the tuner to the TUNER jacks on the rear pans! of tl
LIN.
When a tuner equipped with the remote control terminal and beari ing the SEE
mark is used, connect the remote control terminal on the tuner to the REMOTE
CONTROL TUNER terminal on the rear panel of this unit, using the 5-pin remote
control cable, With this connection, the remote control transmitter supplied wit]
the DSP-A700 can control the tuner.
1 your tuner bears the 25 mark, and it can be directly operated Wi ith the
remote control transmitter supplied with the DSP-A700, the remote control
cable connections are not necessary.
TAPE DECK
Connect the cable from a cassette tape deck, or other audio tape unit, to the
TAPE 1 jacks, and connect a second cassette tape deck or another audio tape
unit to the TAPE 2 jacks. The playback (LINE QUT) jacks of the cassette deck |
to the TAFE PB jacks, and the record (LINE IN) jacks go to the REC OUT jacks
on the rear panel of this unit. When a cassette deck equipped with the remote
control terminal and bearing the 23 mark is used, connect the remote contre
terminal on the cassette deck to the REMOTE CONTROL TAPE terminal on the
rear panel of this unit, using the 6-pin remote control cable. With this connectic
he remote control transmitter supplied with the DSP-A700 can control the
assette deck. |
‘я your casselte deck bears the £218 mark, and it can be directly operated
with the remote control transmitter supplied with the DSP-A700, the remote
control cable connections are not necessary.
VIDEO COMPONENTS
Bl TV SET
Connect the video output jack from the TV set to the TV VIDEO SIGNAL jack on
the rear panel of this unit and connect the audio ouiput jacks from the TV set to
the TV AUDIO SIGNAL jacks.
LASER VISION DISC PLAYER/COV PLAYER
Connect the video output jack from the laser vision disc player/CD video player
to the LO/CDY VIDEO SIGNAL jack and connect the audio output jacks from the
laser vision disc player/GD vi ideo player to the LD/CDV AUDIO SIGNAL jacks.
When using the 5 connector
a When a laser vision disc player or a CD video player that has an S video
connector is used, connect 5 VIDEO LD/CDV connector,
With the S video connections, a high resolution picture will be obtai ned, resulting
in much clearer reproduction. o
Ш VCR (Video Cassette Recorder)
Connectihe video jacks of the VCR to the VCR 1 VIDEO SIGNAL jacks, and
connect the video jacks of a second VCR to the VOR 2 VIDEQ SIGNAL jacks on
the rear panel of this unit. The video playback (VIDEO OUT) jack of the VOR goes
to the IN jack, and the video record (VIDEO IN) jack goes lo the OUT jack.
Connect the audio output jacks of the VCR to the VCR 1 AUDIO SIGNAL jacks,
and connect the audio output jacks of a second VCR to the VCR 2 AUDIO
SIGNAL jacks.
The audio playback (AUDIO LINE CUT) jacks of the VCH go to the TAPE PB
lacks, and the audio record (AUDIO LINE IN} jacks go to the REC OUT jacks.
When using the S connector |
e When a VCR that has 5 connectors is used, connect the S VIDEO connectors.
With the 5 VIDEO connections, a high resolution picture will be obtained,
resulting in a much clearer reproduction.
Connect Ihe S output connector of the VCR to the S VIDEO IN connector in the
VCR 2 section on the rear panel of this unit, and connect the S input connector of
the VCR to the S VIDEO OUT connector.
Connect the S output connector of the VCR only for playback to the 5 VIDEO IN
connector in the YCA 1 section on the rear panel of this unit.
a Keep the VCR IN and OUT jacks, and TAPE PB and REC OUT jacks
connected between the VCR and this unit.
if the second VOR has 8 connectors, connect the 8 output and input connectors
to the 5 VIDEO IN and OUT connectors in the VCR 2 section on the rear panel of
this unit in the same way,
E TV MONITOR
Connect the video jack from the TV monitor to the MONITOR OUT jack on the
rear panel of this unit. Note that audio connections to the monitor are not
necessary as the audio portion of the signal is sent to your speakers through the
amplifie
When using the S connector
e When a monitor that has an 5 video connector is used, connect 5 VIDEO
MONITOR CUT connector, |
With the & VIDEO connections, a high resolution picture will be obtain
resulting in a much clearer reproduction. |
E OTHER VID
EO SOURCE
If necessary, you can connect a third video input source, such as avi ideo
camera, to the AUX jacks on the front panel of this unit.
To obtain a high resolution picture, connect 5 input connecior on a video
camera, etc, to he S VIDEO connector,
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—e In cases where both the $ VIDEO input connectors and the pin-typs
VIDEO SIGNAL jacks and 8 VIDEO connectors
e@ The S VIDEO input/output connectors and the conventional RCA pin-type
video signal jacks provided on this unit are connected to completely
separate circuits and function independently of each other.
e The INPUT SELECTOR is coupled to both the S VIDEO inputs and the
pin-jack inputs. When a program source with no S VIDEO input is
selected, no signal is output to the MONITOR OUT S VIDEO connector.
input jack of VCR 1 for VCR 2) are connected, when the INPUT
SELECTOR is set to VCR 1 (or VCR 2), signals are output to both the
MONITOR OUT S VIDEO connector and the MONITOR OUT pin jack. In
this case, you must select whether to monitor the 5 video signal or the
pin jack signal on the monitor TV side.
s Caution concerning use of S VIDEO connectors
DUe to the circuit configuration of this unit, do not leave the S VIDEO —
connection cable plugged into the VCR 2 8 VIDEO OUT connector if the
other end of the cable is not connected to the VCH component.
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. Connect the power cord of your tuner, cassette deck or other component to
one of the two SWITCHED AC OUTLETS to automat ically turn it on when the AV
selector is turned on.
The maximum total power consumption of the components connected to the
SWITCHED AC OUTLETS must not exceed 300 watts.
. Connect the power cord of your VOR or other unit to the UNSWITCHED AC
QUTLET to supply power {o it constanily. The maximum power consumption of
the unit connected to the UNSWITCHED AC OUTLET must not exceed 100
watts.
‚ Маке sure that the power cords are not tied together with the input/output
cables.
. Connect the power cord of your AY selector to an AC outlet
Press the POWER switch to turn the unit ON.
. For video sources, turn the TV monitor ON.
. Select the program source to be heard or walched with the INPUT SELECTC
button.
4. Play the program source.
5. Adjust the sound with the controls on the amplifier.
es Use the MUTING key on the remote control transmitter to lower the overall
system volume to the —20 dE level, This leís you lower the volume (to answer
the phone, for example) without disturbing the main volume setting.
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RECORDING
The setting of the ON button and the REC OUT selector enable you to make
various recordings.
1. Press REC OUT ON/OFF button to make the REC OUT selector operative.
2. Select the program source to be recorded using the REC QUT selector,
3. Play the program source to be recorded and set the tape deck or video
cassette recorder to record mode. |
e When you wish to listen to and/or watch the same source you are recording,
select the corresponding source with the INPUT SELECTOR button.
e During cassette deck recording, the sound to be recorded will be heard by
setting the INPUT SELECTOR button to the corresponding TAPE 1 or TAPE 2 2
position,
During VCR recording, the sound and picture to be recorded will be heard a
watched by setting the INPUT SELECTOR button to the corresponding VCR
or VCR 2 position.
2 Since the REC QUT selector is independent from the INPUT SELECTOR
button, you can listen to and/or watch a source other than the one you are
recording. Select the desired source with the INPUT SELECTOR button.
If the unit fails to operate normally, check the following points to determine whether the fault can be corrected Dy the simple measures suggested. If it cannot be
corrected, or if the fault is not fisted in the SYMPTOM column, disconnect the power cord and contact your dealer or service center for help.
The amplifier fails to turn on when the
POWER switch is pressed.
@ Power cord is not plugged in or is not completely inserted.
a Firmly plug in the power cord,
Mo sound.
e incorrect cutpur cord connections,
8 Connect cord propeny, H the nroblem persista, the cables
may be defective. |
æ incorrect amplifier operation,
8 Sel the amplifier controls to the correct input selection,
Sound “huras”,
® incorrect cable connections,
8 Firmiy connect the audio plugs. If the problem persists, the
cord may be defective.
No picture.
e Incorrect cord connections.
e Wrong video unit selected,
& Video unit not turned on.
& Connect the video piugs corrsoïiv.
8 Select correct video unit,
e Tum video unit on,
AUDIO SECTION |
Input Sensitivity/lmpedance | |
РНОМО ММ EEE cn 2,5 MV/47 K-ohms
Chele, ..... TPS Lena aa 150 mY/47 k-ohms
Maximum Input Signal |
PHONCO MM, 1 KE Lane LAN As Rae AAA ERA AAA Aa aa a RAR aa na aa Arena 110 my
Cutput Level/impedance
RECOUT case eres Cte eee aaa a ne 150 mY/1.6 k-ohms
OUTPUT LL ea here ae sa ea aa sas aa ae dada aa ee ea es aras ... 150 MV k-ohms
Maximum Voitage Output (20 Hz — 20 КН, 0.1% ТНВ) не. ЗУ
Frequency Response
20 Hz to 20 kHz, CD ele... aii Crna FT ee, +0, ~0.5 dB
FAA Equalization Deviation
РНОМО ММ eee ea e НИ £0.5 dB
Total Harmonic distor |
PHONG MM, ZY ......... Creer eae ete eee eens Less than 0.005%
Chet. to FIXED OUT, IV i, OUT Less than 0.008%
Signal to Noise Hatio (IHF-A Network)
(FIXED OUT) | | |
PHONO MM (8 mV Input Shorted) ........... en re More than 78 dB
| More than 70 dB
| (Europe, UK. and Australia models)
CO ete, (Shorted) rene eee ..... More than 96 dB
Hesidual Noise (HF-A Network) .................. PS 50 uv
Channel Separation (Vol. -30 dB, 1 kHz/10 kHz)
PHONO MC, MM inpul sherted 0 ee 70 dB/60 dB
CD ete, Input 58.1 k-ohms terminated 2... AUR … 70 dB/50 dB
Audio Muting ...... PEN emo “ZO OB
GENERAL
Power Supply |
Europe Model en PA AC 220V, 50 |
General M
USA and Canada Models... RS AC 120 | 50]
Power Consumption ен, Css ras Lens nana er 00e ere PT 12
AC Ouilets |
switched x2 ...................... PS Lara en . 300W max. (Tok
(General modi
400 Y max, (Tot:
(USA and Canada model
Switohed x Ÿ RER anne PS 300W me
(Europe, UK, and Australia model
Unswitched x 1.120000. LA ea aa ee een ee 100W me
Ddimentions (W x H x D. LA added ee see ad a see a ae eee ea Cee 435 x 84 x 363 m
(17-1/8" x 3-3/4" x 13-1/«
Welght ......................... PS papas rene s anse 4.2 kg (11 lbs, C az
Accessories css. PS ee Video cord x
Audio cord x
Remote control transmitter x
Battery {size "AAA", ROS) x
Specification subject to change without notice
YAMAHA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION, USA 8727 ORANGETHORPE AVE, BUENA PARK, CALIF. 00620, USA,
YAMAHA CANADA MUSIC LTD. 135 MILNER AVE, SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO MIS GP, CAN ALA
YAMAHA ELECTRONIK EUROPA GmbH, 2084 RELL] NGEN, BED HAMBURG, SIEMENSSTEA ada, FR. OF GERMANY
YAMAHA ELECTRONIQUE FRANCE SA 17 RUE DES CAMPANULES, LOGNES 77321 MARNE LA VALLEE CEDEX =, FRANCE
YAMAHA ELECTRONICS (UK) LTIL YAMAHA HOUSE, 200 RICKMANSWORTH ROAD E HERTS WET 7S, 8 ENGLAND
YAMAHA BOANDINAVIA AB. J A WETTERGRENS CATA 1, BOX 30053, 400 43 VASTRA FRÓLUNDA, SWEDEN
YAMAHA MUSIC AUSTRALIA PTY, LTO. 17-33 MARKET ST, SOUTH MELBOURNE, 32708 VIC, AUSTRALIA
YAMAHA CORPORATIC
10-1 NAKAZAWA-CHO, HAMAMATSLL JA
VIZIS00-0 Printed in Japan BWEW, В!
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