Yamaha | DRX-1 | Owner`s manual | Yamaha DRX-1 Owner`s manual

UA
DRX-730
MICRO COMPONENT SYSTEM
OWNER'S MANUAL
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
• Explanation of Graphical Symbols
The lightning flash with 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 sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert you to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the
appliance.
IMPORTANT
Please record the serial number of this unit in the
space below.
MODEL:
Serial No.:
The serial number is located on the rear of the unit.
Retain this Owner’s Manual in a safe place for future
reference.
FOR CANADIAN CUSTOMERS
To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to
wide slot and fully insert.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with
Canadian ICES-003.
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2.
3.
4.
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6.
7.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades with
one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two
blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the
third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug
does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched
particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12. Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket,
or table specified by the manufacturer, or
sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used,
use caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning
storms or when unused for long periods of time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is
required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way,
such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has
been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the
apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
We Want You Listening For A Lifetime
Yamaha and the Electronic Industries Association’s Consumer Electronics Group want you to get the most out of your
equipment by playing it at a safe level. One that lets the sound come through loud and clear without annoying blaring or
distortion – and, most importantly, without affecting your sensitive hearing. Since hearing damage from loud sounds is
often undetectable until it is too late, Yamaha and the Electronic Industries Association’s Consumer Electronics Group
recommend you to avoid prolonged exposure from excessive volume levels.
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FCC INFORMATION (for US customers)
1 IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS
UNIT!
This product, when installed as indicated in the
instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC
requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by
Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to
use the product.
2 IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to
accessories and/or another product use only high quality
shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product MUST
be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to
follow instructions could void your FCC authorization to
use this product in the USA.
3 NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply
with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15
for Class “B” digital devices. Compliance with these
requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that
your use of this product in a residential environment will
not result in harmful interference with other electronic
devices.
This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if
not installed and used according to the instructions found
in the users manual, may cause interference harmful to the
operation of other electronic devices.
Compliance with FCC regulations does not guarantee that
interference will not occur in all installations. If this
product is found to be the source of interference, which
can be determined by turning the unit “OFF” and “ON”,
please try to eliminate the problem by using one of the
following measures:
Relocate either this product or the device that is being
affected by the interference.
Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit
breaker or fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.
In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient
the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead,
change the lead-in to coaxial type cable.
If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory
results, please contact the local retailer authorized to
distribute this type of product. If you can not locate the
appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Electronics
Corp., U.S.A. 6660 Orangethorpe Ave., Buena Park, CA
90620.
The above statements apply ONLY to those products
distributed by Yamaha Corporation of America or its
subsidiaries.
CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
AVERTISSEMENT
L’utilisation de commandes et l’emploi de réglages ou de
méthodes autres que ceux décrits ci-dessous, peuvent
entraîner une exposition à un rayonnement dangereux.
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English
CAUTION CLASS 1M LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN
DO NOT VIEW DIRECTLY WITH OPTICAL
INSTRUMENTS.
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 sound system in a well ventilated, cool, dry, clean
place – away from direct sunlight, heat sources, vibration,
dust, moisture, and/or cold. Allow ventilation space of at
least 10 cm on the top, 10 cm on the left and right, and 10 cm
on the back of this unit.
3. Locate this unit away from other electrical appliances,
motors, or transformers to avoid humming sounds.
4. Do not expose this unit to sudden temperature changes
from cold to hot, and do not locate this unit in an
environment with high humidity (i.e., a room with a
humidifier) to prevent condensation inside this unit, which
may cause an electrical shock, fire, damage to this unit,
and/or personal injury.
5. Avoid installing this unit where foreign objects may fall onto
this unit and/or this unit may be exposed to liquid dripping
or splashing. On the top of this unit, do not place:
— Other components, as they may cause damage and/or
discoloration on the surface of this unit.
— Burning objects (i.e., candles), as they may cause fire,
damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
— Containers with liquid in them, as they may fall and
liquid may cause electrical shock to the user and/or
damage to this unit.
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 cable from the wall outlet,
grasp the plug; do not pull the cable.
11. Do not clean this unit with chemical solvents; this might
damage the finish.
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.
13. To prevent damage by lightning, keep the power cord
disconnected from a wall outlet or the unit during a
lightning storm.
14. 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.
15. When not planning to use this unit for long periods of time
(i.e., vacation), disconnect the AC power plug from the wall
outlet.
16. Install this unit near the AC outlet and where the AC power
plug can be reached easily.
17. Be sure to read the “Troubleshooting” section in the owner’s
manual on common operating errors before concluding that
this unit is faulty.
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18. Before moving this unit, press STANDBY/ON to set the unit
in standby mode, then disconnect the AC power plug from
the AC wall outlet.
19. The batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as
sunshine, fire or like.
20. Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones
can cause hearing loss.
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.
■ DANGER
This unit emits visible laser radiation when open. Avoid direct
eye exposure to beam. When this unit is plugged into the wall
outlet, do not place your eyes close to the opening of the disc
tray and other openings to look into inside.
The laser component in this product is capable of emitting
radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1.
■ LASER SAFETY
This unit employs a laser. Due to possible eye injury, only a
qualified service person should remove the cover or attempt to
service this device.
LASER
Type
Wave length
Output Power
Beam divergence
Semiconductor laser AlGaInP
655 nm (DVD)
790 nm (VCD/CD)
5 mW (DVD)
7 mW (VCD/CD)
20 degree
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
CAUTION
Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
■ Legal notices
This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other
intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright
protection technology must be authorized by
Macrovision, and is intended for home and other
limited viewing uses only unless otherwise
authorized by Macrovision. Reverse engineering or
disassembly is prohibited.
■ iPod™
“Apple,” “iPod,” and “iTunes” are trademarks of Apple Inc.,
registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG and is
used by Yamaha in accordance with a license agreement.
■ Memory backup
If the power cable is disconnected from the AC wall
outlet, the DRX-730 will save the radio presets and
other settings for at least 1 week.
■ Notes on batteries
• Change all of the batteries if you notice that the operation
range of the remote control decreases.
• Use AA, R6, UM-3 batteries.
• Make sure that the polarities are correct. See the illustration
inside the battery compartment.
• Remove the batteries if the remote control is not used for an
extended period of time.
• 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.
• 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.
• Do not throw away batteries with general house waste;
dispose of them correctly in accordance with your local
regulations.
■ About this manual
Unless otherwise stated, instructions in this manual
such as “press ENTER” refer to the buttons on the
remote control.
Instructions and procedures in this manual assume
that the DRX-730 is already turned on.
This manual was printed before the DRX-730 went
into production. Under our policy of continuous
improvement, design and specifications are subject to
change. In the unlikely event that an explanation in
this owner’s manual disagrees with the actual
operation on the DRX-730, the DRX-730 is to be
taken as correct.
■ Handling the remote control
• The area between the remote control and this unit must be
clear of large obstacles.
• 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:
—places of high humidity, such as near a bath
—places of high temperature, such as near a heater or a stove
—places of extremely low temperatures
—dusty places
• Do not expose the remote control sensor to strong lighting,
in particular, an inverter type fluorescent lamp; otherwise,
the remote control may not work properly. If necessary,
position this unit away from direct lighting.
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DivX, DivX Ultra Certified, and associated logos are
trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under license.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby
and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #’s: 5,451,942;
5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,487,535 & other U.S. and
worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS and DTS 2.0 +
Digital Out are registered trademarks and the DTS logos and
Symbol are trademarks of DTS, Inc. © 1996-2007 DTS, Inc. All
Rights Reserved.
“HDMI”, the “HDMI” logo, and “High-Definition Multimedia
Interface” are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC.
MPEG Layer-3 audio decoding technology licensed from
Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson multimedia.
Windows Media is either a registered trademark or trademark
of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
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Contents
1 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
2
2
3
4
5
6
Using Disc Navigator with DVD-Video,
VCD, and SVCD discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Using Disc Navigator with MP3, WMA,
MPEG-4 AAC, DivX®, WMV, and
JPEG discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Viewing disc information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Viewing the audio format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
2 Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
5 Using the Tuner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Installing batteries in the remote control . . 8
Connecting speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Connecting a powered subwoofer . . . . . . . 10
Connecting antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Connecting a TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Connecting a recorder (CDR, MDR, etc.) . . 14
Connecting an AV receiver or decoder . . . 14
Connecting the power cable . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Tuning in to radio stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Using presets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Supplied accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Front panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1
2
3
6 Using the Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
4
Setting the input source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Setting the on time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Setting the off time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
Turning the timer on and off . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
3 General Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
7 Portable Device Playback . . . . . . . 43
Turning on the DRX-730 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Selecting input sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Adjusting the volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Muting the sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Adjusting the bass and treble . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Adjusting the balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Pure Direct playback mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Using headphones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Adjusting the display brightness . . . . . . . . 20
Using the sleep timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Setting the clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Viewing the time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Auto standby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Music player playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
iPod playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
USB playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
Bluetooth playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
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8 Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
7
9 Audio Settings and Video Adjust . 50
Audio Settings menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Video Adjust menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
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10 Initial Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Initial Settings menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Supported discs and formats . . . . . . . . . . . .57
Looking after discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60
Looking after the DRX-730 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
Resetting the DRX-730 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .61
Language, country, and region lists . . . . . .62
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70
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Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Using the on-screen display . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Playing discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Slow-motion playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Frame-by-frame playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Selecting languages and audio . . . . . . . . . . 27
Selecting subtitles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Selecting camera angles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Zoom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Repeat playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
A–B repeat playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Random playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Program playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Searching Discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Playing JPEG slideshows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Appendix
4 Playing Discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
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Chapter 1: Introduction
Thank your for choosing the Yamaha DRX-730 DVD
Receiver. To get the most enjoyment from your new
Yamaha product, please read this manual carefully,
and keep it in a safe place for future reference.
Supplied accessories
The following accessories are included with the
DRX-730. Make sure you have them all.
Features
STANDBY/ON
• Play the following discs: DVD-Video, DVD-VR
(DVD-R/RW/R DL discs recorded in VR mode),
VCD, SVCD, Audio CD, DTS CD
• Play the following files: MP3, WMA, MPEG-4
AAC, JPEG, WMV1
®
OPEN/CLOSE
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2
3
5
6
7
8
ZOOM
ON SCREEN
9
0
BLUETOOTH
ON
4
AUDIO
OFF
SUBTITLE
PLAY MODE
ANGLE
Two batteries (AA, R06, UM-3)
CLEAR
• Official DivX Ultra Certified product.
®
®
• Plays all versions of DivX video (including
DivX 6) with enhanced playback of DivX
media files and the DivX Media Format.
®
®
• HDMI output (1080p upscaling)
TOP MENU
PRESET
MENU
INFO.
A E
ENTER
A E
RETURN
SETUP
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
• FM/AM tuner with 40 presets
• D-class amp: 30 W x 2 channels into 6Ω
• Pure Direct high-fidelity playback mode
MEMORY
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
TIMER
SLEEP
DIMMER DISPLAY
Video pin cable
• Front panel mini jack for quick and easy playback
from portable music players.
• Front panel USB port for quick and easy playback
from USB storage devices.
Remote control
• DOCK jack for connecting an optional Yamaha
iPod universal dock allows you to listen to your
iPod music in high quality. And, you can control
your iPod with the DRX-730’s remote control and
recharge it while enjoying your music.
• The DOCK jack can also be used to connect a
Yamaha YBA-10 Bluetooth Wireless Audio
Receiver so you can listen to the music stored on
your Bluetooth-compatible music player or
mobile phone in high quality. And you can
control your Bluetooth device with the DRX-730’s
remote control.
• Timer function
• On-screen display (OSD)
• Full-function remote control
• Optical digital output
1. The DRX-730 can play MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, and
JPEG files stored on CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, and
DVD+R/RW discs or USB storage devices, and DivX and
WMV files stored on CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, and
DVD+R/RW discs. See “Supported discs and formats” on
page 57 for full details.
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Indoor FM antenna
AM loop antenna
Chapter 1: Introduction
Front panel
1
B
3 45 6
7
8 9J
1
TIMER
HDMI
PROGRESSIVE
VOLUME
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
USB
PORTABLE
PHONES
K
L
M
N
A STANDBY/ON
Sets the DRX-730 to on or standby (see page 16).
B Open/Close ( )
Opens and closes the disc tray (see page 23).
C TIMER LED
Lights up when the DRX-730 is on standby and the
timer is on (see page 42).
D HDMI LED
Lights up when the HDMI OUT is used (see page 53).
E PROGRESSIVE LED
Lights up when progressive video is being output (see
page 53).
F Disc tray
Used to load discs (see page 23).
G Display
Displays various information. See “Display” on page 4
for more details.
H Remote control sensor
Receives signals from the remote control.
O
P
Q
K USB port
Used to connect a USB storage device containing
music or picture files (see page 45).
L PORTABLE jack
Used to connect a portable music player (see
page 43).
M PHONES jack
Used to connect headphones (see page 19).
N Previous/Rewind ( / )
Selects earlier tracks or chapters (see page 25). Works
the same as the Rewind (
) button on the remote
control when held down.
O Next/Fast Forward ( / )
Selects subsequent tracks or chapters (see page 25).
Works the same as the Fast Forward (
) button on
the remote control when held down.
P INPUT control
Selects input sources (see page 16).
Q VOLUME control
Adjusts the volume (see page 17).
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I Stop ( )
Stops playback (see page 24).
J Play/Pause (
/ )
Starts and pauses playback (see page 23).
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Chapter 1: Introduction
Display
A
B
C
D
SLEEP PRESET STEREO AUTO
TIMER
TUNED MEMORY
E
F
G
8
DOCK SHUFFLE REPEAT
MUTE
PLAYLISTS ARTISTS ALBUMS SONGS GENRES
N
9
J
K
L
M
A SLEEP
Lights up when the sleep timer has been set (see
page 20).
I Information area
Displays various information, such as input source,
radio frequency, and the time.
B PRESET
Lights up when selecting radio presets (see page 39).
J TIMER
Lights up when the DRX-730 is on and the timer is on
(see page 42).
C STEREO
Lights up when listening to an FM station in stereo
(see page 36).
D AUTO
Lights up when Auto Tuning mode is selected. Goes
off when the Manual Tuning mode is selected (see
page 36).
E DOCK
• Lights up when an iPod is inserted in an optional
Yamaha iPod universal dock (YDS-10 or YDS-11)
that’s connected to the DOCK jack (see page 43).
• Lights up when a connection has been established
between a Bluetooth device and an optional
Yamaha YBA-10 Bluetooth Wireless Audio
Receiver (see page 47).
• Flashes while the optional Yamaha YBA-10
Bluetooth Wireless Audio Receiver is pairing or
searching for a Bluetooth device (see page 47).
F SHUFFLE
Lights up when shuffle playback is selected on the
iPod (see page 44).
G REPEAT
Lights up when repeat playback is selected on the
iPod (see page 44).
H MUTE
Flashes when the sound is muted (see page 17).
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K TUNED
Lights up when tuned in to a radio station (see
page 36).
L MEMORY
Lights up when presetting radio stations (see
page 38).
M iPod
These indicators show which iPod menu is selected
for browsing: Playlists, Artists, Albums, Songs, or
Genres (see page 44).
N iPod control
These indicators show which cursor buttons can be
used while navigating iPod menus (see page 44).
Chapter 1: Introduction
Rear panel
1
B
MAINS
HDMI
3
1
4
AM
ANT
GND
FM
ANT
75
UNBAL.
CLASS 2 WIRING
CABLAGE CLASSE 2
R
PR
PB
Y
R
6
MIN
SPEAKER
SPEAKERS
SUBWOOFER
OUT
5
6
OUT
OUT
VIDEO
IN
AUX
DOCK
7
8
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
9
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
J K
A MAINS (power cable)
H DOCK
Connect the power cable to an AC wall outlet (see
page 15).
An optional Yamaha iPod universal dock (YDS-10 or
YDS-11) or a Yamaha YBA-10 Bluetooth Wireless
Audio Receiver can be connected here (see pages 43
and 47).
B HDMI output
This HDMI output can be connected to an HDMI
input on your TV (see page 13).
C FM ANT
The FM antenna connects here (see page 11).
I VIDEO OUT
This composite video output can be connected to a
composite video input on your TV (see page 12).
The AM antenna connects here (see page 11).
J COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
This component video output can be connected to a
component video input on your TV (see page 12).
E SPEAKERS
K OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT
Speakers are connected here (see page 9).
This optical digital audio output can be connected to
an optical digital audio input on a CDR or MDR
recorder or AV receiver/decoder (see pages 14 and
14).
D AM ANT
F SUBWOOFER OUT
A powered subwoofer (sold separately) can be
connected here (see page 10).
G AUX IN and OUT
A recording component, such as a CDR, MDR, or
cassette deck, can be connected here (see page 14).
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Chapter 1: Introduction
Remote control
This section provides a brief description of the remote
control’s buttons.
1
A Infrared transmitter
Transmits control signals to the DRX-730 (see
page 8).
B STANDBY/ON (
)
Sets the DRX-730 to on or standby (see page 16).
C Number buttons
Enter numbers.
STANDBY/ON
OPEN/CLOSE
B
U
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ZOOM
ON SCREEN
9
0
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
BLUETOOTH
AUDIO
OFF
SUBTITLE
PLAY MODE
ANGLE
CLEAR
a
b
c
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TOP MENU
J
K
V
W
X
Y
Z
PRESET
MENU
d
INFO.
A E
ENTER
A E
RETURN
SETUP
e
L
M
N
AUTO/
MANUAL
O
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
TIMER
S
T
• When the input source is DVD, selects subtitles
on DVDs (see page 27).
• When the input source is DOCK, disconnects
from the currently connected Bluetooth device
and makes the DRX-730 non-discoverable (see
page 47).
E AUDIO (BLUETOOTH ON)
• When the input source is DVD, selects audio
formats and foreign-language soundtracks on
DVDs (see page 27).
• When the input source is DOCK, initiates pairing
or establishes a connection with the last used
Bluetooth device and makes the DRX-730
discoverable (see page 47).
F PLAY MODE
Displays the Play Mode menu on the connected TV
when the input source is DVD.
G Pause ( )
Pauses playback.
VOLUME
MEMORY
f
P
Q
R
D SUBTITLE (BLUETOOTH OFF)
SLEEP
DIMMER DISPLAY
g
h
i
j
k
l
H Rewind (
)
Rewinds playback. Also used for slow-motion
playback and frame-by-frame playback.
I Previous (
)
Selects earlier tracks or chapters.
J TOP MENU (INFO.)
• When the input source is DVD, displays the
DVD’s top menu.
• When the input source is DOCK, selects the iPod
control mode (see page 43).
K Cursor buttons ( )/( )/( )/( ) and ENTER
Used to navigate on-screen menus and change
settings. Also used to navigate iPod menus. The
cursor buttons are also used for radio tuning and
selecting presets.
Tip:
• In addition to controlling the DRX-730, the
remote control can also be used to control
playback on an iPod (see page 43) or a Bluetooth
music player or mobile phone (see page 47).
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L SETUP
Displays the Setup menu on the connected TV when
the input source is DVD.
M MEMORY
Used to store radio presets (see page 38).
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N AUTO/MANUAL
Selects the Auto and Manual Tuning modes (see
page 36).
O BAND
Selects the FM and AM radio bands (see page 36).
P DVD/USB
Selects the DVD and USB input sources (see page 16).
Q AUX/PORTABLE
Selects the AUX and PORTABLE input sources (see
page 16).
R SOUND
e RETURN
Returns to the previous menu.
f VOLUME (+/–)
Adjusts the volume (see page 17).
1
g TUNER
Selects the TUNER input source (see page 16).
h DOCK
Selects the DOCK input source (see page 16).
i MUTE
Mutes and unmutes the sound (see page 17).
Used to adjust the bass, treble, and balance (see
page 18).
j PURE DIRECT
Selects the Pure Direct playback mode (see page 19).
S TIMER
k DISPLAY
Sets the timer (see page 40).
• Displays the time.
T SLEEP
• When the input source is DVD and a disc is being
played, also displays the audio format.
Sets the sleep timer (see page 20).
U OPEN/CLOSE ( )
Opens and closes the disc tray (see page 23).
l DIMMER
Dims the DRX-730’s display (see page 20).
V ON SCREEN
Displays information about the currently playing disc
on the connected TV.
W ZOOM
Zooms the picture (see page 28).
X ANGLE
Selects camera angles on DVDs (see page 28).
Y Stop ( )
Stops playback.
Z CLEAR
Clears entered numbers and deletes steps in the
program.
a Fast forward (
)
Fast forwards playback. Also used for slow-motion
playback and frame-by-frame playback.
b Play (
)
Starts playback.
c Next (
)
Selects subsequent tracks or chapters.
d MENU
English
• Displays a DVD’s menu. (May work the same as
the TOP MENU button with some DVDs.)
• When the input source is USB, displays Disc
Navigator.
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Chapter 2: Getting Started
This chapter explains how to install the batteries in
the remote control and how to connect speakers and
other components to the DRX-730.
Installing batteries in the
remote control
1
Push the tab on the battery compartment
cover in the direction of the arrow and remove
the cover.
Notes:
• If the operating range of the remote control
decreases, replace all of the batteries with new
ones.
• Do not use old and new batteries together.
• Do not use different types of batteries together,
such as alkaline and manganese. Although they
may look similar, each type has its own
characteristics.
• When the batteries run out, remove them from
the remote control immediately to prevent an
explosion or acid leak.
• Always follow the battery disposal regulations for
your area.
Push here
• If a battery starts leaking, dispose of it
immediately. Be careful not to let leaking battery
acid come into contact with your skin or clothing.
Before inserting new batteries, wipe the battery
compartment clean.
Operating range
2
Insert the supplied batteries into the battery
compartment with the correct polarity
(+ and –).
The remote control has an operating range of up to 6
meters (20 feet). When using the remote control,
point it toward the DRX-730’s remote control sensor,
which is next to the display, see below.
Notes:
• Be careful not to spill liquid on the remote
control.
• Be careful not to drop the remote control.
• Do not leave the remote control in the following
places: hot or humid places, such as near a heater
or in a bathroom; extremely cold places; dusty
places.
3
Replace the battery compartment cover.
TIMER
HDMI
PROGRESSIVE
VOLUME
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
USB
PORTABLE
PHONES
Up to 6 m
(20 feet)
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Connecting speakers
Connect the NX-E700 speakers to the DRX-730 as shown below.
Right speaker
Left speaker
2
Speaker cables
DRX-730
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Notes:
• Do not connect the power cable to the DRX-730
until all other connections have been completed.
• Be sure to connect the right speaker to the
terminals labelled “R,” and the left speaker to the
terminals labelled “L”.
DOCK
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
• Use magnetically shielded speakers if you intend
to position them close to a CRT-type TV. If they
cause picture interference, move them away from
the TV.
English
• Make sure the exposed strands of each wire are
not touching any other wires or any metal parts of
the DRX-730, as this could seriously damage the
DRX-730 and your speakers.
• Do not connect speakers with an impedance
lower than the minimum impedance stated on the
rear of the DRX-730.
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Connecting speaker cables
Speaker cables consist of two insulated wires running
together. Speaker connections are polarized and use
positive (+) and negative (–) terminals that are colorcoded red and black, respectively. To help you
connect the wires correctly, the positive wire is
usually marked with a stripe or some other identifier.
All you need to do is to connect the marked wire to
the positive (+) terminals on the DRX-730 and
speakers, and connect the unmarked wire to the
negative (–) terminals. If you get them crossed over,
your speakers will be out of phase and the sound will
be unnatural and lack bass, so take care.
Connecting a powered
subwoofer
You can connect a powered subwoofer (sold
separately) to the DRX-730’s SUBWOOFER OUT
jack for a really deep bass sound.
Using an audio pin cable (sold separately),
connect the DRX-730’s SUBWOOFER OUT jack to
the powered subwoofer’s input jack.
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HDMI
AM
ANT
1
GND
Strip about 10 mm (3/8 in.) of insulation from
the end of each wire, and twist the exposed
strands together to prevent possible short
circuits.
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10 mm (3/8 in.)
OUT
OUT
VIDEO
IN
AUX
DOCK
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
Audio pin cable
INPUT
INPUT
2
Push open the speaker terminal lever, insert
the wire into the hole, and then close the lever.
Powered
subwoofer
Red: positive (+)
Black: negative (–)
Notes:
• Do not connect the power cables to the DRX-730
and powered subwoofer until all other
connections have been completed.
• The SUBWOOFER OUT jack outputs the lowfrequency sounds of a downmix created from all
of the channels available in the source material.
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Chapter 2: Getting Started
Connecting antennas
Connecting the AM loop antenna
To listen to FM and AM radio, you must connect the
supplied antennas to the DRX-730. If radio reception
is poor in your area or you want to improve reception,
you can connect outdoor FM and AM antennas.
Consult an qualified antenna installer in your area for
more details.
1
Assemble the antenna’s stand as shown.
If you intend to mount the antenna on a wall, you
do not need to assemble the stand.
2
■ Antenna grounding
For maximum safety and minimum interference,
connect the AM ANT GND terminal to a good earth
ground, such as a metal stake driven into moist earth.
Indoor FM antenna
(supplied)
AM loop antenna
(supplied)
2
Push open the AM ANT terminal lever, insert
the AM loop antenna’s wires into the holes,
and then close the lever.
• If both of the wires on your antenna are black, this
means they are not polarized and can be
connected either way around.
HDMI
AM
ANT
GND
FM
ANT
75
UNBAL.
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PB
Y
R
T
OUT
VIDEO
IN
AUX
DOCK
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
Earth
ground
Connecting the FM antenna
1
2
• If one of the wires on your antenna is white and
the other one is black, connect the white wire to
the AM ANT terminal, and connect the black
wire to the GND terminal.
AM ANT terminal
Connect the supplied indoor FM antenna to
the DRX-730’s FM ANT jack.
White
Site the antenna away from the DRX-730,
speaker cables, and power cables.
GND terminal
Black
3
Site the antenna away from the DRX-730,
speaker cables, and power cables.
Notes:
• Do not connect the power cable to the DRX-730
until all other connections have been completed.
English
• Before deciding where to install the antennas
permanently, tune in to an AM or FM radio
station and adjust the position of the AM or FM
antenna, respectively, to find the best reception.
• If you connect an outdoor AM antenna, connect
the supplied AM loop antenna as well.
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Chapter 2: Getting Started
Connecting a TV
Component video connection
You can connect the DRX-730 to a TV by using any
one of four different connection types: HDMI,
component video, or composite video. The type you
choose will depend on the connections supported by
your TV. Refer to your TV owner’s manual for details.
If your TV supports component video but not HDMI,
you can connect the DRX-730 to your TV with a
component video cable. This will provide better
picture quality than a composite video connection.
HDMI provides the best picture quality. Component
video offers the next best picture quality and the
DRX-730’s component video output supports
progressive scanning for even better picture quality. If
your TV doesn’t support HDMI or component video,
use composite video. Some DRX-730 models have a
SCART jack that can output composite video or RGB
component video.
Using a component video cable (sold separately),
connect the DRX-730’s COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
jacks to a component video input on your TV.
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• Turn off your TV before connecting it to the
DRX-730.
Tip:
• If your TV has an audio output, you can connect it
to the DRX-730’s AUX IN jacks and listen to your
favorite TV programs through the speakers
connected to the DRX-730.
Composite video connection
If your TV doesn’t support HDMI or component
video, you can connect the DRX-730 to your TV with
the supplied video pin cable.
Use the supplied video pin cable to connect the
DRX-730’s VIDEO OUT jack to a composite video
input on your TV.
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AUX
DOCK
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
Video pin cable
(supplied)
IN
TV
VIDEO
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OUT
OUT
OUT
VIDEO
IN
AUX
DOCK
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
Component video cable
(sold separately)
COMPONENT
VIDEO IN
TV
Y
PB
PR
Notes:
• If you connect a TV that does not support
progressive scanning, make sure the Component
Out setting is set to Interlace. If it’s set to
Progressive, the TV may display no picture.
• If you use the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT and
HDMI connections simultaneously, the
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks may output
progressive video regardless of the Component
Out setting.
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HDMI connection
If your TV has an HDMI input, you can connect it to
the DRX-730 with an HDMI cable and enjoy the best
possible picture quality.
Using an HDMI cable (sold separately), connect
the DRX-730’s HDMI jack to an HDMI input on
your TV.
HDMI-compatible TV
■ HDMI audio output
Normally, the speakers connected to the DRX-730 are
used to output the sound. However, you may want to
listen through your HDMI TV’s speakers, in which
case you can turn HDMI audio output on and off as
follows.
1
Set the DRX-730 to standby.
2
While holding down Stop ( ) on the
DRX-730, press STANDBY/ON, keeping
Stop ( ) pressed until “DVD — NO REQ.”
appears on the display.
3
Press Play/Pause ( / ) repeatedly to select
“HDMI AUDIO ON.”
IN
HDMI
HDMI cable
(sold separately)
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2
If you change your mind at this point, select
“DVD — NO REQ.” instead.
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DOCK
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
4
Press STANDBY/ON.
HDMI Audio output is turned on and the
DRX-730 goes on standby. Press STANDBY/ON
again to turn it back on.
To turn HDMI Audio output off, repeat the above
procedure but select “HDMI AUDIO OFF” in
step 3.
Note:
• You must set the DRX-730’s HDMI resolution
and HDMI color settings to match the capabilities
of your HDMI TV (see page 53). If you select the
wrong resolution, you may loose the picture
altogether.
■ Supported HDMI output resolutions
North America models
Other models
1080p/60 Hz
1080p/60 Hz (NTSC)
1080p/50 Hz (PAL)
1080i/60 Hz
1080i/60 Hz (NTSC)
1080i/50 Hz (PAL)
720p/60 Hz
720p/60 Hz (NTSC)
720p/50 Hz (PAL)
480p/60 Hz
480p/60 Hz (NTSC)
576p/50 Hz (PAL)
480i/60 Hz
480i/60 Hz (NTSC)
576i/50 Hz (PAL)
Note:
• The audio output by the HDMI jack is always
2-channel PCM.
■ About HDMI
HDMI stands for High-Definition Multimedia
Interface. An extension of the DVI (Digital Video
Interface) standard used to connect computer
displays, HDMI was designed as the next generation
digital interface standard for TVs and AV equipment,
allowing uncompressed digital video and digital
audio in various formats to be delivered on a single
cable. With HDMI, separate cables for video and
audio connections are no longer necessary. And
because it’s digital, it delivers unimpaired high quality
video and audio. In addition, HDMI supports the
HDCP (High Bandwidth Digital Content Protection)
system that’s used to protect copyrighted video and
audio content from illegal copying.
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* If your HDMI-compatible TV does not support the above
resolutions, the picture may not display correctly.
* The DRX-730 is designed to be connected to an HDMI
component. If it’s connected to a DVI component, normal
operation may not be possible depending on the DVI
component.
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Connecting a recorder (CDR,
MDR, etc.)
You can connect a recording component, such as a
CDR, MDR, or casette recorder, to the DRX-730 for
recording and playback.
1
Using an audio pin cable (sold separately),
connect the DRX-730’s AUX OUT jacks to the
audio input on your recording component.
2
Using another audio pin cable (sold
separately), connect the DRX-730’s AUX IN
jacks to the audio output on your recording
component.
HDMI
AM
ANT
GND
FM
ANT
75
UNBAL.
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PB
Y
R
SUBWOOFER
OUT
OUT
OUT
VIDEO
IN
AUX
DOCK
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
Audio pin
cables (sold
separately)
AUDIO
IN
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
Optical cable
(sold separately)
Connecting an AV receiver or
decoder
The DRX-730 downmixes multi-channel sources,
such as Dolby Digital and DTS, into a 2-channel
stereo mix that you can enjoy through the speakers
connected to the DRX-730. By connecting an AV
receiver/decoder to the DRX-730’s OPTICAL
DIGITAL OUT jack, you can enjoy Dolby Digital and
DTS sources though the speakers connected to your
AV receiver/decoder.
Using an optical digital audio cable (sold
separately), connect the DRX-730’s OPTICAL
DIGITAL OUT jack to a digital optical input on the
AV receiver/decoder.
Notes:
• Make sure the digital audio output settings are
configured so that the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT
outputs MPEG, Dolby Digital, and DTS material
as it is and not as PCM.
• You may want to turn down the volume on the
DRX-730 all the way when listening through the
speakers connected to your AV receiver/decoder.
• The OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT outputs audio
only when the input source is DVD or USB.
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
OUT
IN
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If your recording component has an optical digital
input, you can connect it to the DRX-730’s OPTICAL
DIGITAL OUT jack and record digitally.
See “Recording” on page 49 for more details.
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• The OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT outputs audio
only when the input source is DVD or USB, and
with some discs and files, recording may not be
possible due to copy protection.
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VIDEO
IN
AUX
DOCK
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
Optical cable
(sold separately)
Notes:
• Do not connect the power cable to the DRX-730
until all other connections have been completed.
• Turn off the recording component before
connecting it to the DRX-730.
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DIGITAL
IN
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OPTICAL
DIGITAL
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Connecting the power cable
Once you’ve completed all of the other connections,
connect the power cable to an AC wall outlet.
Connect to
an AC wall
outlet
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Chapter 3: General Functions
This chapter explains functions that can be used with
any input source.
Turning on the DRX-730
STANDBY/ON
STANDBY/ON (
Input source
DVD
DVD/USB1 button—To play a disc in
the DRX-730 (see page 23).
USB
DVD/USB2 button—To listen to
music or view pictures stored on a
USB storage device connected to the
USB port on the front panel (see
page 45).
TUNER
TUNER button—To listen to the
radio (see page 36).
AUX
AUX/PORTABLE3 button—To listen
to music stored on a component
connected to the AUX IN jacks on
the DRX-730’s rear panel.
PORTABLE
AUX/PORTABLE4 button—To listen
to music stored on a portable music
player connected to the PORTABLE
jack on the front panel (see page 43).
DOCK
DOCK button—To listen to music
stored on an iPod5 (see page 43) or
Bluetooth-compatible6 music player
or mobile phone (see page 47)
connected to the DOCK jack.
OPEN/CLOSE
)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ZOOM
ON SCREEN
9
ON
0
BLUETOOTH
AUDIO
OFF
SUBTITLE
PLAY MODE
TOP MENU
ANGLE
CLEAR
PRESET
MENU
INFO.
A E
A E
ENTER
SETUP
RETURN
To turn on the DRX-730, press STANDBY/ON (
).
To set the DRX-730 to standby, press
STANDBY/ON (
) again.
■ Front panel STANDBY/ON
You can also set the DRX-730 to on or standby by
using STANDBY/ON on the DRX-730.
Selecting input sources
You can enjoy various input sources with the
DRX-730.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press repeatedly to select DVD or USB.
Press repeatedly to select DVD or USB.
Press repeatedly to select AUX or PORTABLE.
Press repeatedly to select AUX or PORTABLE.
Optional Yamaha iPod universal dock (YDS-10 or YDS-11)
required.
6. Optional Yamaha YBA-10 Bluetooth Wireless Audio
Receiver required.
■ Front panel INPUT control
You can also use the INPUT control on the DRX-730
to select input sources. Turn it to the left or right to
select the input sources in the following order:
DVD
To select an input source, use the remote control
buttons listed in the following table.
The name of the selected input source appears on the
display.
DVD
Note:
• It may take several seconds to switch to a new
input source, during which time the display will
flash and the sound will be muted.
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Button and description
USB
FM
AM
AUX
PORTABLE
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Adjusting the volume
You can enjoy your music at a volume level you like.
TOP MENU
PRESET
While listening to your music, you can temporarily
mute the sound.
MENU
TOP MENU
INFO.
A E
Muting the sound
ENTER
A E
MENU
INFO.
RETURN
SETUP
PRESET
A E
ENTER
A E
RETURN
SETUP
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
MEMORY
VOLUME
VOLUME +/–
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
SOUND
TIMER
SLEEP
DIMMER DISPLAY
AUTO/
MANUAL
3
MEMORY
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
MUTE
TIMER
SLEEP
DIMMER DISPLAY
To raise the volume, press VOLUME (+).
To mute the sound, press MUTE.
To lower the volume, press VOLUME (–).
The volume can be set to MIN, 01 to 87, or MAX.
Volume
35
MUTE ON
“MUTE ON” appears on the display and the MUTE
indicator flashes.
■ Front panel VOLUME control
You can also adjust the volume by using the
VOLUME control on the DRX-730.
MUTE
To unmute the sound, press MUTE again.
“MUTE OFF” appears on the display and the MUTE
indicator goes off.
MUTE OFF
Notes:
• If you adjust the volume or change the input
source while the sound is muted, muting will be
cancelled.
• Muting is cancelled automatically when the
DRX-730 is set to standby.
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Adjusting the bass and treble
You can adjust the bass and treble to change the tone
as you like.
Adjusting the balance
You can adjust the left and right sound balance.
TOP MENU
TOP MENU
PRESET
MENU
A E
ENTER
A E
RETURN
SETUP
A E
ENTER
MENU
INFO.
INFO.
A E
PRESET
RETURN
SETUP
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
MEMORY
MEMORY
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
SOUND
TIMER
SOUND
TIMER
1
1
TREBLE
0dB
0dB
To increase the bass or treble, press Up ( )
repeatedly. To reduce the bass or treble, press
Down ( ) repeatedly.
The bass and treble can be adjusted up or down by
10 dB in 2 dB steps: –10 dB to 0 dB to +10 dB. The
default setting is 0 dB.
Notes:
• If you make no adjustments for 5 seconds, the
Bass or Treble adjustment mode will be cancelled
and the previous display will reappear.
• Bass and treble adjustments apply to the speakers
and headphones, but not recording.
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DIMMER DISPLAY
DIMMER DISPLAY
Press SOUND repeatedly to select “BASS” or
“TREBLE.”
BASS
2
SLEEP
SLEEP
Press SOUND repeatedly to select “BALANCE.”
BALANCE ---∫--2
To move the sound toward the left, press Left
( ) repeatedly. To move the sound toward the
right, press Right ( ) repeatedly.
The balance can be adjusted 6 steps to the left or 6
steps to the right. The default setting is center.
Notes:
• If you make no adjustments for 5 seconds, the
Balance adjustment mode will be cancelled and
the previous display will reappear.
• Balance adjustments apply to the speakers and
headphones, but not recording.
Chapter 3: General Functions
Pure Direct playback mode
In Pure Direct playback mode, you can enjoy high
quality audio playback.
Using headphones
You can use a pair of headphones to enjoy your music
privately or when you don’t want to disturb others.
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
MEMORY
TIMER
HDMI
PROGRESSIVE
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
PURE DIRECT
TIMER
SLEEP
USB
PORTABLE
PHONES
DIMMER DISPLAY
To turn on Pure Direct playback mode, press PURE
DIRECT repeatedly until “PURE DIRECT ON”
appears on the display.
PURE DIRECT ON
3
Connect headphones with a mini plug to the
PHONES jack on the DRX-730’s front panel.
While headphones are plugged into the PHONES
jack, the speakers and, if connected, subwoofer
output no sound.
The first push of the button displays the current
setting on the display. Subsequent pushes turn Pure
Direct playback mode on and off.
To turn off Pure Direct playback mode, press PURE
DIRECT so that “PURE DIRECT OFF” appears on
the display.
PURE DIRECT OFF
While the Pure Direct playback mode is on, the tone
control circuits (bass and treble) are bypassed so that
the signal travels directly to the amp.
Note:
• If you adjust the bass or treble in Pure Direct
playback mode, Pure Direct mode will be
cancelled.
English
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Chapter 3: General Functions
Adjusting the display
brightness
Using the sleep timer
You can adjust the brightness of the display to suit
your room lighting. For example, you’re using the
DRX-730 in a darkened room and the display is too
bright.
You can use the sleep timer to automatically stop
playback and set the DRX-730 to standby after a
specified period of time. For example, when you want
to enjoy a movie or some music until you fall asleep.
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
MEMORY
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
MEMORY
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
TIMER
SLEEP
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
TIMER
SLEEP
DIMMER DISPLAY
SLEEP
DIMMER DISPLAY
DIMMER
Press SLEEP repeatedly to select a sleep time.
To dim the display, press DIMMER repeatedly.
SLEEP 120min.
DIMMER -1
The display can be set to three levels of brightness:
DIMMER –1, DIMMER –2, DIMMER –3, which can
be selected in the following order:
DIMMER OFF
DIMMER –1
DIMMER –2
The sleep time can be set to 120 minutes, 90 minutes,
60 minutes, or 30 minutes, which can be selected in
the following order:
120min
90min
60min
30min
OFF
DIMMER –3
When a sleep time has been selected, the SLEEP
indicator on the display lights up.
To return to normal brightness, press DIMMER
repeatedly until “DIMMER OFF” appears on the
display.
SLEEP
DIMMER OFF
Once the specified sleep time has elapsed, playback
will automatically stop and the DRX-730 will go on
standby.
To cancel the sleep timer, press SLEEP repeatedly
until “OFF” appears on the display.
S L E E P OFF
Notes:
• The sleep timer will only set the DRX-730 to
standby. It will not turn off any connected
components.
• The sleep timer will be cancelled if the DRX-730
is set to standby before the sleep time has elapsed.
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Chapter 3: General Functions
6
Setting the clock
To display the time or program the timer, you must
first set the clock.
TOP MENU
PRESET
MENU
INFO.
A E
ENTER
ENTER
A E
RETURN
SETUP
Press ENTER.
The time is set and the display stops flashing.
Notes:
• To switch between 12- and 24-hour clock, while
the time is being displayed, use Left/Right ( / ).
• If the power cable is disconnected or there’s a
power failure, the clock will continue working for
approximately 5 minutes. But beyond this, the
time setting will be cleared.
VOLUME
3
MEMORY
AUTO/
MANUAL
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
TIMER
SLEEP
DIMMER DISPLAY
TIMER
1
Press TIMER.
“Set Clock” appears on the display for a few
seconds, and then the message “Press and hold
ENTER key for 3 sec.” scrolls across the display.
Press and hold
If the clock has already been set, “Clock Time” will
appear on the displayed for a few moments, then
the time will be displayed.
2
While the message is scrolling across the
display, press and hold down ENTER for 3
seconds until the hours display starts flashing.
00:00
3
Use Up/Down (
/
) to set the hours.
The hours can be set from 0 to 12, AM or PM. On
some models, the default hours display uses the
24-hour clock.
4
Press Right ( ). The minutes display starts
flashing.
00:00
Use Up/Down (
/
English
5
) to set the minutes.
Use Left/Right ( / ) to toggle between the hour
and minute displays if necessary.
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Chapter 3: General Functions
Viewing the time
Auto standby
You can view the time while listening to a source.
TOP MENU
PRESET
To save energy and prevent screen burn, you can set
the DRX-730 so that it automatically goes on standby
after 30 minutes of inactivity when using the DVD or
USB input source.
MENU
INFO.
A E
ENTER
A E
TOP MENU
RETURN
SETUP
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
PRESET
MENU
INFO.
MEMORY
ENTER
A E
ENTER
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
A E
RETURN
SETUP
VOLUME
DOCK
MEMORY
AUTO/
MANUAL
SOUND
TIMER
PURE DIRECT
SLEEP
MEMORY
MUTE
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
DIMMER DISPLAY
DISPLAY
SOUND
TIMER
SLEEP
DIMMER DISPLAY
To view the time, press DISPLAY.
19:30
1
Notes:
• If the DVD input source is selected, you’ll need to
press DISPLAY twice in order to view the time.
• When you view the time as explained above, the
time will be displayed continuously. When you
perform an operation, a message related to that
operation will be displayed, and then the time will
reappear.
• If the clock has not yet been set, “Set Clock!” will
appear on the display for 3 seconds, then the
previous display will reappear. See page 21 for
details on setting the clock.
• The time cannot be displayed while iPod Menu
mode is selected (see page 43).
With the DVD or USB input source selected,
press MEMORY.
The current Auto Standby setting appears on the
display.
AUTO STNBY OFF
2
Use the cursor buttons (
“ON” or “OFF.”
3
Press MEMORY or ENTER to set.
/
/ / ) to select
When Auto Standby is on and the DVD or USB
input source is selected, if playback has been
stopped for 30 minutes and there’s been no
operation during that time, the DRX-730 will
automatically go on standby. Depending on the
disc, the DRX-730 may automatically go on
standby when the same menu has been displayed
for 30 minutes.
Note:
• If you make no adjustments for 5 seconds, the
Auto Standby setting mode will be cancelled and
the previous display will reappear.
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Chapter 4: Playing Discs
This chapter explains how to play discs.
Using the on-screen display
Playing discs
When the input source is DVD or USB, you can
operate various functions and settings by using the
on-screen menus that appear on the connected TV.
Button
Description
SETUP
Displays the Setup menu1
®
Cursor
Selects menu items
(
)/(
)
ENTER
RETURN
You can play the following types of discs in the
DRX-730: DVD-Video, DVD-VR (DVD-R/RW/R
DL discs recorded in VR mode), VCD, SVCD, Audio
CD, and DTS CD. Also, data discs containing the
following types of files: MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC,
JPEG, DivX Ultra, and WMV. See page 57 for more
details on supported disc types and file formats.
1
Confirms item selection
1. Only when the input source is DVD.
Tips:
• You can change the language of the on-screen
display with the OSD Language setting (see
page 55).
2
Number
buttons
2
5
6
9
0
ON
3
BLUETOOTH
AUDIO
7
8
ON SCREEN
PLAY MODE
TOP MENU
ANGLE
CLEAR
PRESET
MENU
MENU
TOP MENU
INFO.
A E
ENTER
A E
RETURN
SETUP
RETURN
SETUP
) on the remote control
• If you loaded a disc containing JPEG pictures, a
slideshow will start. See “Playing JPEG
slideshows” on page 32 for more details.
OFF
SUBTITLE
/ ) on the DRX-730 to
• If you loaded a DVD, VCD, or SVCD disc, a menu
may appear. See “DVD-Video menus” or “VCD
and SVCD menus (PBC)” on page 25 for more
details.
4
ZOOM
Press Play/Pause (
start playback.
You can also use Play (
to start playback.
OPEN/CLOSE
1
Place the disc, label-side up, in the center of
the disc tray, and then press OPEN/CLOSE ( ).
The disc tray closes and the disc is loaded.
3
)
4
To use the on-screen menus or view video or
pictures, turn on your TV and select the AV input
to which the DRX-730 is connected.
• The buttons that you can use with each menu are
shown at the bottom of each screen.
STANDBY/ON
) on the DRX-730.
The disc tray opens and the DVD input source is
selected automatically. If the DRX-730 was on
standby, it will turn on automatically.
Returns to the previous menu
OPEN/CLOSE (
Press Open/Close (
• If you loaded a disc containing various file
formats, such as MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC,
JPEG, DivX , or WMV, you’ll need to select the
format you want to play on-screen.
®
To eject a disc, press Open/Close ( ), or press
OPEN/CLOSE ( ) on the remote control.
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
ENTER
MEMORY
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
SLEEP
DIMMER DISPLAY
• To play a double-sided DVD, load it with the side
you want to play facing down.
• Pressing Open/Close ( ) on the DRX-730 while
its on standby will turn it on, open the disc tray,
and select the DVD input source, ready for disc
playback.
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English
TIMER
Notes:
• You can also close the disc tray by pushing the
tray gently until it starts to close by itself.
Chapter 4: Playing Discs
• With some discs, some of the playback functions
explained in this chapter may not work as
expected, and some may not work at all.
• Some DVDs restrict the use of certain functions,
for example, random playback or repeat playback,
in some or all parts of the disc. This is not a
malfunction.
Pausing playback
To pause playback, press Pause (
).
To resume playback, press Pause (
press Play ( ).
You can also use Play/Pause (
to pause playback.
) again, or
/ ) on the DRX-730
Stopping playback
To stop playback, press Stop (
You can also use Stop (
playback.
).
) on the DRX-730 to stop
If “RESUME” or “LAST MEMORY” appears on the
display after stopping playback, you can resume
playback from where you left off simply by pressing
Play ( ). See “Resume and Last Memory” below for
more details.
Resume and Last Memory
When you press Stop ( ) to stop DVD-Video, VCD,
SVCD, DivX , WMV, or Audio CD playback,
“RESUME” appears on the display, and you can
continue playback from where you left off simply by
pressing Play ( ).
®
For DVD-Video, VCD, and SVCD discs, the
DRX-730 will remember the point at which you
stopped playback even if the disc has been ejected.
The next time you load the disc, “Last Memory”
appears on-screen, and you can continue playback
from where you left off.
If you don’t want the DRX-730 to remember the Last
Memory point, instead of pressing Stop ( ), press
OPEN/CLOSE ( ) to stop playback and eject the
disc.
To cancel the Resume or Last Memory function,
while “RESUME” or “LAST MEMORY” is displayed,
press Stop ( ).
Notes:
• The Last Memory function may not work with
some discs.
• The DRX-730 can remember the Last Memory
points for up to five DVD-Video discs and one
VCD or SVCD disc.
®
• For DivX , WMV, and Audio CD discs, the
Resume function is cancelled when the disc is
ejected, the input source is changed, or the
DRX-730 is turned off.
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Rewind and fast forward
During playback, you can rewind or fast forward at
various speeds.
To rewind, press Rewind (
) during playback.
To fast forward, press Fast Forward (
playback.
) during
Press Rewind (
) or Fast Forward (
)
repeatedly to change the rewind or fast forward
speed.
The speed is displayed on-screen.
To resume normal playback, press Play (
).
You can also rewind or fast forward by holding down
Previous/Rewind (
/
) or Next/Fast Forward
(
/
), respectively, on the DRX-730 for a few
seconds.
Notes:
• For DivX and WMV discs, only one rewind and
fast forward speed is available.
®
• Normal playback may resume when a new
chapter (DVD-Video) or track (PBC VCD or
SVCD) is reached while rewinding or fast
forwarding.
• For MP3, WMA, and MPEG-4 AAC discs,
normal playback will resume when the beginning
or end of a track is reached while rewinding or
fast forwarding.
Chapter 4: Playing Discs
Selecting chapters and tracks
VCD and SVCD menus (PBC)
To select the next chapter or track, press Next
(
).
Some VCD and SVCD discs have PBC (Playback
Control) menus from which you can select what you
want to watch.
To select the beginning of the current chapter or
track, press Previous (
). Press it again to select
earlier chapters or tracks.
Load a PBC VCD or SVCD disc, press Play ( ) to
display the menu, and then use the number buttons
and ENTER to select the track you want to play.
You can also use Next/Fast Forward (
/
) and
Previous/Rewind (
/
) on the DRX-730 to
select tracks.
The following buttons can be used with menus.
Selecting items by number
Button
Description
RETURN
Displays the PBC menu when
pressed during playback
Numbers
Selects numbered menu items. Press
ENTER to confirm selection.
You can select titles, chapters, and tracks by number.
Next (
1
Use the number buttons to enter the number
of a title, chapter, or track.
2
Press ENTER.
If playback was stopped, playback starts from the
specified title (DVD) or track (Audio CD, VCD,
SVCD).
If playback was in progress, playback goes to the
specified title (DVD-VR [VR mode
DVD-R/RW/R DL]), chapter (DVD-Video), or
track (VCD, SVCD, or Audio CD).
DVD-Video menus
Most DVD-Video discs have menus from which you
can select what you want to watch. Usually, the main
menu appears automatically, although with some
discs, you may need to press MENU or TOP MENU
to display the menu.
The following buttons can be used with menus.
Button
Description
TOP MENU Displays the DVD’s top menu1
MENU
(
Previous
(
)
)
4
Displays the next menu page (if
available)
Displays the previous menu page (if
available)
You can turn off PBC and start playback by pressing
Next (
) or Previous (
) or the number buttons
and ENTER while playback is stopped.
Notes:
• With some PBC VCD and SVCD discs, the menu
may not appear when you press Play ( ), in
which case you’ll need to press RETURN during
playback to display the menu.
• Some of the disc playback functions explained in
this chapter cannot be used with PBC playback.
To use such a function, turn off PBC playback by
starting playback without using the menu, as
explained above.
• If you turn off PBC temporarily, the menu will not
be displayed when RETURN is pressed during
playback. To display the menu again, press Stop
( ) twice, and then press Play ( ). PBC will be
turned on and pressing RETURN will display the
menu.
Displays a DVD’s menu2
Cursor
Selects menu items
)/(
)
ENTER
Confirms item selection
RETURN
Returns to the previous menu
Numbers
With some discs, playback can be
started by entering a number and
pressing ENTER.
English
®
1. Depends on the disc. With some DivX discs, a menu will be
displayed.
2. May work the same as the TOP MENU button with some
discs.
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Chapter 4: Playing Discs
Slow-motion playback
Frame-by-frame playback
®
You can play DVD-Video, VCD, SVCD, DivX , and
WMV discs in slow motion at four different speeds.
You can also play DVD-Video discs in reverse slow
motion.
®
You can play DVD-Video, VCD, SVCD, DivX , and
WMV discs frame-by-frame. You can also play
DVD-Video discs frame-by-frame in reverse.
STANDBY/ON
STANDBY/ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ZOOM
ON SCREEN
9
ON
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
ZOOM
ON SCREEN
9
0
ON
0
BLUETOOTH
AUDIO
BLUETOOTH
AUDIO
OPEN/CLOSE
OPEN/CLOSE
OFF
SUBTITLE
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
PLAY MODE
PRESET
MENU
A E
ENTER
PRESET
MENU
INFO.
INFO.
SETUP
CLEAR
CLEAR
TOP MENU
A E
ANGLE
OFF
PLAY MODE
TOP MENU
4
SETUP
A E
ENTER
A E
RETURN
RETURN
During playback, press pause (
During playback, press Pause (
).
).
Press and hold down Rewind (
) or Fast
Forward (
) until slow-motion playback starts.
Press Rewind (
) or Fast Forward (
one frame at a time.
To resume normal playback, press Play (
Press Rewind (
) or Fast Forward (
)
repeatedly to change the slow-motion speed.
The speed is displayed on-screen.
To resume normal playback, press Play (
).
Note:
• Normal playback may resume when a new
chapter (DVD-Video) or track (PBC VCD or
SVCD) is reached during slow-motion playback.
26 En
) to play
).
Note:
• Normal playback may resume when a new
chapter (DVD-Video) or track (PBC VCD or
SVCD) is reached during frame-by-frame
playback.
Chapter 4: Playing Discs
Selecting languages and audio
Some DVD discs have soundtracks in multiple
languages or audio formats, such as Dolby Digital and
DTS, that you can select during playback. Similarly,
some DVD-VR (VR mode DVD-R/RW/R DL) discs
have dual-mono audio soundtracks, and some DivX
discs have multiple audio soundtracks.
Selecting subtitles
®
Some DVD and DivX discs have subtitles in one or
more languages that you can select during playback.
®
STANDBY/ON
STANDBY/ON
OPEN/CLOSE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ZOOM
ON SCREEN
OPEN/CLOSE
9
ON
0
BLUETOOTH
AUDIO
1
2
5
6
3
4
OFF
SUBTITLE
PLAY MODE
9
ON
AUDIO
7
8
ZOOM
ON SCREEN
ANGLE
SUBTITLE
CLEAR
0
BLUETOOTH
AUDIO
OFF
SUBTITLE
4
ANGLE
TOP MENU
PLAY MODE
PRESET
MENU
MENU
TOP MENU
CLEAR
INFO.
A E
SETUP
TOP MENU
PRESET
ENTER
A E
RETURN
MENU
MENU
TOP MENU
INFO.
A E
SETUP
ENTER
A E
RETURN
During playback, press AUDIO repeatedly to
select the available soundtrack languages or
audio formats.
The name of the selected language or audio format is
displayed on-screen.
Notes:
• With some discs, you can only select language
soundtracks and audio formats by using the disc’s
menu. Use TOP MENU and MENU to display the
disc’s menu.
• You can change the default soundtrack language
for DVD-Video discs in the “Language settings”
on page 54.
• The default soundtrack language (see page 54)
may be selected if you stop playback and cancel
the Resume function, or eject the disc without
storing the Last Memory point (see page 24).
During playback, press SUBTITLE repeatedly to
select the available subtitles.
The name of the selected subtitle language is
displayed on-screen.
Notes:
• With some discs, you can only select subtitles by
using the disc’s menu. Use TOP MENU and
MENU to display the disc’s menu.
• You can change the default subtitle language for
DVD-Video discs in the “Language settings” on
page 54
• See “About DivX®” on page 58 for details on using
DivX subtitles.
®
®
• With some DivX discs, the subtitles may not
display correctly.
• The default subtitle language (see page 54) may be
selected if you stop playback and cancel the
Resume function, or eject the disc without storing
the Last Memory point (see page 24).
English
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Chapter 4: Playing Discs
Selecting camera angles
Some DVD-Video discs have content recorded at
multiple camera angles that you can select during
playback.
A camera icon ( ) appears on-screen when playing
content that features multiple camera angles. You can
turn this icon off if you prefer (see page 55).
STANDBY/ON
OPEN/CLOSE
Zoom
You can zoom the picture 2x or 4x when playing a
DVD-Video, VCD, SVCD, DivX , WMV, or JPEG
disc.
®
STANDBY/ON
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ZOOM
ON SCREEN
9
ON
2
1
3
0
BLUETOOTH
6
9
0
7
8
ZOOM
ON SCREEN
SUBTITLE
PLAY MODE
ON
BLUETOOTH
AUDIO
ZOOM
OFF
4
AUDIO
5
OPEN/CLOSE
ANGLE
CLEAR
OFF
SUBTITLE
PLAY MODE
ANGLE
ANGLE
CLEAR
TOP MENU
PRESET
MENU
INFO.
A E
TOP MENU
PRESET
MENU
ENTER
VOLUME
INFO.
A E
SETUP
A E
RETURN
SETUP
ENTER
A E
AUTO/
MANUAL
RETURN
BAND
MEMORY
TUNER
During playback, press ANGLE repeatedly to
select the available camera angles.
During playback, press ZOOM repeatedly to
select 2x, 4x, or 1x zoom.
Notes:
• With some discs, even though the camera icon
( ) is displayed on-screen, you may not be able
to select the camera angles.
Use the cursor buttons ( / / / ) to move
around the picture while zoomed in.
• With some discs, you can also select the camera
angles from the disc’s menu.
You can change the zoom factor and move around the
picture freely while playback continues.
Notes:
• Since DVD-Video, VCD, SVCD, DivX , WMV,
and JPEG discs use a fixed video resolution, the
picture quality may deteriorate when zoomed in.
This is not a malfunction.
®
• If the zoom indicator disappears from the screen,
press ZOOM again to display it.
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Chapter 4: Playing Discs
Repeat playback
A–B repeat playback
You can play a title, chapter, track, or disc repeatedly.
Repeat playback can be combined with program
playback to play a compilation of your favorite titles,
chapters, or tracks repeatedly (see page 30).
You can specify two points (A and B) on a DVD,
VCD, SVCD, or Audio CD, and then play the section
between those two points repeatedly.
ON
BLUETOOTH
AUDIO
BLUETOOTH
ON
AUDIO
PLAY MODE
PLAY MODE
ANGLE
PLAY MODE
CLEAR
CLEAR
TOP MENU
MENU
PRESET
ENTER
MENU
PRESET
INFO.
A E
ENTER
ANGLE
OFF
SUBTITLE
PLAY MODE
TOP MENU
OFF
SUBTITLE
A E
ENTER
INFO.
RETURN
SETUP
A E
A E
ENTER
SETUP
RETURN
SETUP
VOLUME
SETUP
AUTO/
MANUAL
4
MEMORY
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
1
MEMORY
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
During playback, press SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
2
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
During playback, press SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
2
Select “Play Mode,” and then press ENTER.
The Play Mode menu appears on-screen.
3
1
BAND
Select “Play Mode,” and then press ENTER.
The Play Mode menu appears on-screen.
3
Select “A-B Repeat,” and then press ENTER.
Select “Repeat,” select a repeat option, and
then press ENTER.
4
Select “A(Start point),” and then press ENTER.
The available repeat options depends on the type
of disc.
5
Select “B(End point),” and then press ENTER.
The section between the A and B points plays
repeatedly.
• For DVD discs, you can select “Title Repeat” or
“Chapter Repeat.”
• For VCD, SVCD, and Audio CD discs, you can
select “Disc Repeat” or “Track Repeat.”
6
To resume normal playback, select “Off,” and
then press ENTER.
• For DivX and WMV discs, you can select “Title
Repeat.” With some DivX discs, you can also
select “Chapter Repeat.”
7
To close the Setup menu, press SETUP.
• During program playback (see page 30), you can
select “Program Repeat.”
Tip:
• You can display the Play Mode menu quickly by
pressing PLAY MODE.
®
®
4
To cancel repeat playback, select “Repeat Off,”
and then press ENTER.
5
To close the Setup menu, press SETUP.
Note:
• The A and B points must be within the same title
(DVD) or track (VCD, SVCD, Audio CD).
English
Tip:
• You can display the Play Mode menu quickly by
pressing PLAY MODE.
Note:
• Repeat playback cannot be used with MP3,
WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, and JPEG discs.
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Chapter 4: Playing Discs
Random playback
Program playback
You can play titles or chapters (DVD-Video) or tracks
(VCD, SVCD, or Audio CD) in random order.
ON
BLUETOOTH
You can create a program of your favorite titles,
chapters, or tracks for playback.
OFF
ZOOM
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
9
ON
PLAY MODE
PLAY MODE
CLEAR
AUDIO
PLAY MODE
TOP MENU
ENTER
PRESET
OFF
SUBTITLE
PLAY MODE
ANGLE
CLEAR
CLEAR
MENU
INFO.
A E
ON SCREEN
0
BLUETOOTH
TOP MENU
PRESET
MENU
A E
ENTER
INFO.
RETURN
SETUP
A E
SETUP
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
ENTER
MEMORY
A E
RETURN
SETUP
SETUP
VOLUME
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
AUTO/
MANUAL
DOCK
ENTER
1
During playback, press SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
2
Select “Play Mode,” and then press ENTER.
1
The Play Mode menu appears on-screen.
3
Select “Random,” select a random option, and
then press ENTER.
The available random options depends on the
type of disc.
4
To cancel random playback, select “Random
Off,” and then press ENTER.
5
To close the Setup menu, press SETUP.
Tips:
• During random playback, press Next (
) to
select another title, chapter, or track. Press
Previous (
) to return to the beginning of the
current title, chapter, or track.
• You can display the Play Mode menu quickly by
pressing PLAY MODE.
Notes:
• You cannot combine random playback with
program playback.
• Random playback cannot be used with DVD-VR
(VR mode DVD-R/RW/R DL), DivX , WMV,
JPEG, MP3, WMA, or MPEG-4 AAC discs, or
while a DVD menu is displayed.
®
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BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
During playback, press SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
2
Select “Play Mode,” and then press ENTER.
The Play Mode menu appears on-screen.
3
Select “Program,” select “Create/Edit” from the
list of program options, and then press ENTER.
4
Use the cursor buttons ( / / / ) to select a
title, chapter, or track, and press ENTER to add
it to the program.
• For DVD discs, you can select “Random Title” or
“Random Chapter.”
• For VCD, SVCD, and Audio CD discs, you can
select “On.”
MEMORY
The selected item is added to the program and the
program step moves down.
• For DVD discs, you can add titles or chapters to
the program.
• For Audio CD, VCD, and SVCD discs, you can
add tracks to the program.
5
Repeat step 4 to add more items to the
program.
You can add up to 24 items to the program.
• To insert a new item in the program, select the
step where you want to insert it, select the title,
chapter, or track you want to insert, and then
press ENTER.
• To delete a step, select it, and then press CLEAR.
Chapter 4: Playing Discs
6
To play the program, press Play (
).
The items in the program are played in order.
During playback, use Next (
) and Previous
(
) to select subsequent and earlier items in
the program.
Searching Discs
You can search discs by title, chapter, or track number,
or by time.
■ Program menu options
STANDBY/ON
In addition to “Create/Edit,” the Program menu has
the following options:
Number buttons
• Playback Start: Starts program playback.
2
3
6
7
8
ZOOM
ON SCREEN
ON
4
0
BLUETOOTH
AUDIO
• Playback Delete: Deletes the program.
7
1
5
9
• Playback Stop: Turns off program playback, but
keeps the program in memory.
OPEN/CLOSE
OFF
SUBTITLE
PLAY MODE
ANGLE
CLEAR
To close the Setup menu, press SETUP.
TOP MENU
Tip:
• You can display the Play Mode menu quickly by
pressing PLAY MODE.
PRESET
4
MENU
INFO.
ENTER
A E
ENTER
A E
RETURN
SETUP
SETUP
Notes:
• The program will be deleted when the disc is
ejected, an input source other than DVD is
selected, or the DRX-730 is turned off.
• Program playback cannot be used with DVD-VR
(VR mode DVD-R/RW/R DL), DivX , WMV,
JPEG, MP3, WMA, or MPEG-4 AAC discs, or
while a DVD menu is displayed.
®
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
BAND
1
MEMORY
TUNER
During playback, press SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
2
Select “Play Mode,” and then press ENTER.
The Play Mode menu appears on-screen.
3
Select “Search Mode,” select a search option,
and then press ENTER.
The available search options depends on the type
of disc.
• For DVD discs, you can select “Title Search,”
“Chapter Search,” or “Time Search.”
• For VCD, SVCD, and Audio CD discs, you can
select “Track Search” or “Time Search.”
®
• For DivX and WMV discs, you can select “Time
Search.” For some DivX discs, you can also select
“Chapter Search.”
®
Note:
• Time Search can only be selected during playback
and only works within the current title or track.
4
Use the number buttons to enter a title,
chapter, or track number, or a time.
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English
Times are entered in minutes and seconds. To
enter the time 45 minutes, for example, press 4, 5,
0, and 0. To enter 1 hour, 20 minutes, and 30
seconds, press 8, 0, 3, and 0.
Chapter 4: Playing Discs
5
Press ENTER to locate and play the specified
title, chapter, track, or time.
6
To close the Setup menu, press SETUP.
The following buttons can be used during slideshow
playback.
Button
Note:
• For DivX and WMV discs, the located time may
differ from the specified time by a few seconds.
Pause (
Pauses the slideshow (or music
) playback if the disc contains music
files)
Next (
)
®
Previous
(
)
Playing JPEG slideshows
You can play a slideshow of JPEG pictures on a data
disc.
STANDBY/ON
2
5
6
9
ON
3
4
7
8
ZOOM
ON SCREEN
0
BLUETOOTH
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
PLAY MODE
TOP MENU
ZOOM
OFF
ANGLE
MENU
MENU
INFO.
A E
ENTER
A E
RETURN
SETUP
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
BAND
MEMORY
TUNER
Load the JPEG CD, and then press Play (
start the slideshow.
) to
Starting with the first picture in the first folder, the
slideshow displays every picture in every folder on the
CD in alphabetical order.
The pictures will be scaled automatically so that they
appear on-screen at the largest size possible.
If the disc contains JPEG picture files and music files
(MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC), the music files will
play repeatedly during the slideshow. And,
Pause ( ), Next (
), Previous (
),
Rewind (
), and Fast Forward (
) will control
music playback, not the slideshow.
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Select the previous picture (or track if
the disc contains music files)
ZOOM
Pauses the slideshow and zooms the
current picture. Press repeatedly to
select 2x, 4x, or 1x zoom. To resume
slideshow playback, press Play ( ).
MENU
Displays Disc Navigator (see below)
Notes:
• Large pictures take longer to load and may not
appear immediately.
• On a single disc, the DRX-730 supports up to 299
folders, and each folder may contain a
combination of up to 648 files and folders.
CLEAR
PRESET
Select the next picture (or track if the
disc contains music files)
Pauses the slideshow and rotates and
Cursor
flips the current picture. To resume
(
)/(
)
slideshow playback, press Play ( ).
OPEN/CLOSE
1
Description
Chapter 4: Playing Discs
Using Disc Navigator with
DVD-Video, VCD, and SVCD
discs
The following items are available for each disc type.
Disc
Item
DVD-Video
You can use Disc Navigator to browse and select titles,
chapters, and tracks on DVD, VCD, and SVCD discs.
VCD, SVCD
Title
Chapter1
Track
Time
Original: Title
STANDBY/ON
Number buttons
OPEN/CLOSE
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
ZOOM
ON SCREEN
9
ON
4
0
BLUETOOTH
AUDIO
OFF
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
PLAY MODE
CLEAR
Original: Time
DVD-VR
2
(VR mode DVD-R/RW/R DL) Playlist: Title
Playlist: Time
1. Only chapters within the current title can be selected.
2. Recordings made on a DVD recorder are called original titles.
Edited recordings based on those original titles are called
playlist titles.
3
TOP MENU
MENU
PRESET
INFO.
A E
RETURN
SETUP
SETUP
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
ENTER
1
MEMORY
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
During playback, press SETUP.
Select “Disc Navigator,” and then press ENTER.
02
03
04
05
06
4
Use Next (
) and Previous (
) to view
other thumbnail pages if available.
5
Use the cursor buttons ( / / / ) to select
the thumbnail you want to play, and then
press ENTER.
A list of items appear on-screen. The items
available depends on the type of disc.
Disc Navigator
Title
Chapter
01
Disc Navigator: Title
01-49: --
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
2
Select the type of item you want to browse,
and then press ENTER.
Six thumbnail images appear on-screen showing
content of the type you specified. If you selected
“Time,” the thumbnails will display the content at
10 minute intervals.
A E
ENTER
4
The selected item starts playing.
You can also use the number buttons and ENTER
to select the thumbnails.
English
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Chapter 4: Playing Discs
Using Disc Navigator with MP3,
WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, DivX®,
WMV, and JPEG discs
4
If you selected an MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC,
DivX , or WMV file, starting with that file, all of
the files in the same folder will be played.
®
You can use Disc Navigator to browse and select MP3,
WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, DivX , WMV, and JPEG files
on data discs.
®
ZOOM
9
AUDIO
ON SCREEN
OFF
SUBTITLE
PLAY MODE
TOP MENU
ANGLE
CLEAR
PRESET
MENU
INFO.
A E
ENTER
A E
RETURN
SETUP
SETUP
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
1
MEMORY
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
Press SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
2
Select “Disc Navigator,” and then press ENTER.
Disc Navigator appears on-screen.
00:00/ 00:00
0kbps
Folder2
File1
File2
File3
File4
File5
3
Use the cursor buttons ( / / / ) to select
the track, file, or folder you want to play.
• Use Up/Down ( /
file and folder list.
) to move up and down the
• Use Left ( ) to move back up the directory tree
one level. Or, select the folder at the top of the list
(...) and press ENTER.
• Use ENTER or Right ( ) to open the selected
folder.
When you select a JPEG picture file, Disc
Navigator displays a thumbnail preview.
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If you selected a JPEG picture file, starting with
that file, all of the files in the same folder will be
played in a slideshow.
0
BLUETOOTH
ON
ENTER
To play the selected track, file, or folder, press
ENTER.
5
To close the Setup menu, press SETUP.
Tips:
• If the disc contains JPEG picture files and music
files (MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC), you can listen
to music while watching a slideshow. Simply start
music playback as described above, and then
select a JPEG picture file and start slideshow
playback. All of the files within the current folders
will be played repeatedly. And, Play ( ),
Pause ( ), Next (
), and Previous (
) will
control the slideshow, not music playback.
• Disc Navigator only plays the files in the current
folder. To play all of the files on the disc, close
Disc Navigator and start playback by pressing
Play ( ), see “Playing JPEG slideshows” on
page 32.
Chapter 4: Playing Discs
Viewing disc information
Viewing the audio format
You can view title, chapter, track, and other
information during playback.
You can view audio format during playback.
VOLUME
MEMORY
AUTO/
MANUAL
STANDBY/ON
2
1
5
3
6
9
ON
OPEN/CLOSE
AUDIO
PLAY MODE
TUNER
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
4
7
8
ZOOM
ON SCREEN
TIMER
ON SCREEN
0
BLUETOOTH
BAND
DVD/USB
SLEEP
DIMMER DISPLAY
DISPLAY
OFF
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
CLEAR
4
During playback, press DISPLAY.
During playback, press ON SCREEN repeatedly to
display the information.
The audio format appears on the display.
TYPE. Dolby D
To hide the information, press ON SCREEN
repeatedly until it disappears.
Some information, such as remaining disc time, is
also displayed on the DRX-730’s display.
Possible audio formats are listed below.
Display
PCM
Description
PCM (DVD-Video disc)
Dolby D
Dolby Digital (DVD-Video disc)
MPEG2
MPEG2 (DVD-Video disc)
DTS
DTS (DVD-Video disc)
CDDA
Audio CD
VCD
Video CD
SVCD
Super video CD
DTS CD
DATA DISC
DTS CD
®
MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, DivX ,
WMV, or JPEG
Note:
• The audio format can be viewed only when the
DVD input source is selected and playback is in
progress.
English
35 En
Chapter 5: Using the Tuner
This chapter explains how to use the tuner to listen to
your favorite radio stations and how to store them as
presets.
■ Tuner display indicators
The following display indicators are used for tuning
and presetting radio stations.
A B
C
Tuning in to radio stations
You can tune in to radio stations automatically or
manually.
Auto tuning
In Auto Tuning mode, the DRX-730 searches for
radio stations automatically.
DE
PRESET STEREO AUTO
TUNED MEMORY
A1 FM 100.1 MHz
TOP MENU
F
G
H
PRESET
A E
ENTER
Lights up when tuned in to a radio station.
VOLUME
AUTO/MANUAL
BAND
TUNER
B PRESET
Lights up when selecting radio presets.
C STEREO
Lights up when listening to an FM station in stereo.
D AUTO
Lights up when Auto Tuning mode is selected. Goes
off when the Manual Tuning mode is selected.
A E
RETURN
SETUP
A TUNED
MENU
INFO.
AUTO/
MANUAL
MEMORY
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
1
Press TUNER to select the TUNER input source.
2
Press BAND repeatedly to select FM or AM.
AM
700 kHz
E MEMORY
Lights up when presetting radio stations.
3
F Preset number
Displays the preset number.
G Band
Displays the band (FM or AM).
H Frequency
Displays the frequency.
Press AUTO/MANUAL repeatedly to select
Auto Tuning mode (AUTO indicator on).
In Auto Tuning mode, the AUTO indicator on the
display in on.
4
To search for stations higher up the frequency
band, press Up ( ). To search for stations
lower down the frequency band, press Down
( ).
The tuner searches for the next available station.
When a station is found, searching stops and the
TUNED indicator on the display lights up.
The STEREO indicator on the display will light up
when tuned to a stereo FM Station. If the signal is
weak, reception may be in mono.
Notes:
• If auto tuning doesn’t find some of the weaker
stations in your area, try using manual tuning.
• If stereo FM reception is noisy, press
AUTO/MANUAL to select Manual Tuning mode
and listen in mono.
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Chapter 5: Using the Tuner
Manual tuning
In Manual Tuning mode, you can tune in to radio
stations manually.
■ Changing the frequency step
(Asia and Taiwan models only)
Depending on the frequency spacing used by radio
stations in your area, you may need to change the
Tuning Step setting.
Play/Pause ( )
Stop (
STANDBY/ON
TOP MENU
PRESET
)
MENU
INFO.
A E
ENTER
A E
TIMER
HDMI
RETURN
SETUP
PROGRESSIVE
VOLUME
AUTO/MANUAL
AUTO/
MANUAL
MEMORY
VOLUME
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
BAND
TUNER
USB
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
TIMER
1
2
SLEEP
1
Set the DRX-730 to standby.
2
While holding down Stop ( ) on the
DRX-730, press STANDBY/ON, keeping
Stop ( ) pressed until “DVD — NO REQ.”
appears on the display.
3
Press Stop (
5
Press TUNER to select the TUNER input source.
Press BAND repeatedly to select FM or AM.
Press AUTO/MANUAL repeatedly to select
Manual Tuning mode (AUTO indicator off).
In Manual Tuning mode, the AUTO indicator on
the display is off.
4
PHONES
DIMMER DISPLAY
FM 100.7 MHz
3
PORTABLE
To increase the tuning frequency, press Up
( ). To decrease the tuning frequency, press
Down ( ).
The frequency will change continuously if you
keep your finger on the button.
Note:
• Only mono reception is possible in Manual
Tuning mode.
).
“TU – AM9/FM50” (the default setting) appears
on the display.
4
Press Play/Pause ( / ) repeatedly to select
the tuning step used in your area: “TU –
AM10/FM100” or “TU – AM9/FM50.”
• TU – AM10/FM100: AM 10 kHz/FM 100 kHz
• TU – AM9/FM50: AM 9 kHz/FM 50 kHz
5
Press STANDBY/ON.
The frequency step is set and the DRX-730 goes
on standby. Press STANDBY/ON again to turn it
back on.
English
37 En
Chapter 5: Using the Tuner
Using presets
Manual presetting
You can store your favorite radio stations as presets so
that you can select them more easily. You can store up
to 40 presets, which are organized into 5 banks (A–E),
with 8 stations (1–8) in each bank. Presets can be
stored automatically or manually.
In Manual Presetting mode, you can preset radio
stations manually.
TOP MENU
Auto presetting
PRESET
MENU
INFO.
ENTER
In Auto Presetting mode, the DRX-730 presets all of
the radio stations available in your area automatically.
A E
ENTER
A E
RETURN
SETUP
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
MEMORY
MEMORY
TUNER
TOP MENU
PRESET
MENU
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
INFO.
TIMER
A E
ENTER
VOLUME
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
TIMER
1
Press TUNER to select the TUNER input source.
2
Tune in to the radio station that you want to
preset (see page 36).
3
Press MEMORY.
MEMORY
MEMORY
TUNER
DIMMER DISPLAY
RETURN
SETUP
AUTO/
MANUAL
SLEEP
A E
SLEEP
DIMMER DISPLAY
1
Press TUNER to select the TUNER input source.
2
To start auto presetting, press MEMORY for 3
seconds.
Starting with the lowest FM frequency, the
DRX-730 searches the FM band for valid radio
stations and, starting with preset number A-1,
stores them one by one. When the entire FM band
has been searched, the AM band is searched, after
which auto presetting finishes.
Notes:
• If all of the available presets are stored before the
search is completed, auto presetting will finish.
• Auto presetting will overwrite all existing presets.
The MEMORY indicator on the display starts
flashing.
4
While the MEMORY indicator is flashing, use
Left/Right ( / ) to select a preset bank (A–E),
and use Up/Down ( / ) to select a preset
number.
If you don’t press any buttons for 10 seconds, the
presetting process will be cancelled.
5
Press MEMORY or ENTER to store the preset.
The preset is stored and the MEMORY indicator
on the display stops flashing.
Repeat steps 2 to 5 to store more of your favorite
radio stations.
Notes:
• In addition to frequency and band (FM/AM)
information, each preset stores the Auto/Manual
Tuning setting.
• To store a different radio station in a preset,
simply perform steps 2 to 5. The previous station
will be overwritten.
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Chapter 5: Using the Tuner
Selecting presets
Once you’ve preset a radio station, you can tune in to
it simply by selecting the appropriate preset.
STANDBY/ON
Number buttons
OPEN/CLOSE
1
2
5
6
9
0
ON
3
BLUETOOTH
AUDIO
7
8
ZOOM
ON SCREEN
OFF
SUBTITLE
PLAY MODE
TOP MENU
4
ANGLE
CLEAR
PRESET
MENU
INFO.
A E
ENTER
A E
RETURN
SETUP
5
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
BAND
TUNER
MEMORY
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
TIMER
SLEEP
DIMMER DISPLAY
1
Press TUNER to select the TUNER input source.
2
Press BAND repeatedly to select “PRESET.”
The PRESET indicator on the display lights up.
3
Use Up/Down (
/
) to select a preset.
You can also use Left/Right ( / ) to select preset
banks A–E and number buttons 1 to 8 to select
presets.
English
39 En
Chapter 6: Using the Timer
You can program the DRX-730’s timer to
automatically start and stop playback at set times. You
could, for example, use the DRX-730 like an alarm
clock to wake up to your favorite radio station or
music disc.
2
To use the timer, you must:
Input sources are selected in the following order:
1. Set the input source.
Use Left/Right ( / ) to select the input
source.
DVD
DVD
USB
FM
AM
PRESET
AUX
PORTABLE
DOCK
2. Set the on time.
3. Set the off time.
4. Turn on the timer.
You can also use DVD/USB, AUX/PORTABLE,
DOCK, TUNER, and BAND on the remote
control, or the INPUT control on the DRX-730 to
select the input source.
These settings are explained below.
Notes:
• The DRX-730’s clock must be set in order to
program the timer (see page 21).
If you selected TUNER, use Up/Down (
select a preset.
• Timer programming can be cancelled at any time
by pressing TIMER.
Setting the input source
TOP MENU
Note:
• The DOCK input source can be used for timer
playback with an iPod, but not a Bluetooth device.
MENU
INFO.
A E
ENTER
A E
RETURN
SETUP
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
MEMORY
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
TIMER
SLEEP
DOCK
AUX/
PORTABLE
DIMMER DISPLAY
TIMER
1
Press TIMER, and then use Up/Down (
select “Timer Input.”
Timer Input
The TIMER indicator flashes.
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Press ENTER.
The input source is set and the ON Time setting
appears on the display (see page 41).
CLEAR
PRESET
) to
A 1 F M 87.5 MHz
3
You can specify the input source that’s to be used
when the timer turns on the DRX-730.
PLAY MODE
/
/
) to
Chapter 6: Using the Timer
Setting the on time
Setting the off time
You can set the time at which you want the DRX-730
to turn on and start playback.
TOP MENU
You can set the time at which you want the DRX-730
to stop playback and go on standby.
MENU
PRESET
TOP MENU
INFO.
INFO.
A E
ENTER
A E
ENTER
A E
ENTER
RETURN
SETUP
RETURN
VOLUME
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
SLEEP
VOLUME
BAND
TUNER
DOCK
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
MUTE
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
DIMMER DISPLAY
TIMER
Press TIMER, and then use Up/Down ( / ) to
select “ON Time.” If the preset selection screen
appears, press ENTER.
1
Press TIMER, and then use Up/Down ( /
select “OFF Time.” If the preset selection
screen appears, press ENTER.
) to
OFF Time
The TIMER indicator flashes and after a few
moments, “OFF hh:mm” appears on the display.
(If you’re using the 12-hour clock, “OFF AM
hh:mm” will be displayed.)
Press ENTER.
Initially, the off time is set to 1 hour after the
specified on time.
00:00
3
Use Up/Down (
4
Press Right ( ).
/
00:00
Use Up/Down (
/
2
The hours display starts flashing.
00:00
3
Use Up/Down (
4
Press Right ( ).
) to set the hours.
00:00
5
Use Up/Down (
/
) to set the minutes.
Use Left/Right ( / ) to toggle between the hour
and minute displays if necessary.
Press ENTER.
6
Press ENTER.
The off time is set and the Timer Set setting
appears on the display (see page 42).
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The on time is set and the OFF Time setting
appears on the display (see below).
/
The minutes display starts flashing.
) to set the minutes.
Use Left/Right ( / ) to toggle between the hour
and minute displays if necessary.
6
Press ENTER.
) to set the hours.
The minutes display starts flashing.
6
DIMMER DISPLAY
The TIMER indicator flashes and after a few
moments, “ON 0:00” appears on the display. (If
you’re using the 12-hour clock, “ON AM 12:00”
will be displayed.)
The hours display starts flashing.
5
SLEEP
TIMER
ON Time
2
MEMORY
AUTO/
MANUAL
TIMER
1
A E
ENTER
SETUP
MEMORY
AUTO/
MANUAL
TIMER
MENU
PRESET
Chapter 6: Using the Timer
Turning the timer on and off
You can turn the timer on and off as you like and it
will remember the settings. If you use the timer like
an alarm clock, for example, you may want to turn it
off while you’re on vacation.
TOP MENU
PRESET
• If the DRX-730 is already on at the specified on
time, the timer settings will have no effect.
Likewise, if the DRX-730 is already off at the
specified off time, they will have no effect.
MENU
INFO.
ENTER
A E
ENTER
A E
• If you selected the DVD input source, don’t forget
to load a disc in the DRX-730. Likewise, if you
selected the USB input source, make sure a USB
storage device is plugged into the DRX-730.
RETURN
SETUP
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
MEMORY
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
SOUND
TIMER
SLEEP
• When the timer has been programmed and
turned on, if the DRX-730 is on standby, it will
turn on at the specified on time and play the
specified input source. At the specified off time,
playback will stop and the DRX-730 will go on
standby.
• If you selected the AUX, PORTABLE, or DOCK
input source, see the owner’s manual for the
connected component for details on timer and
alarm clock operation.
DIMMER DISPLAY
TIMER
• If the sleep timer and off time have both been set,
the DRX-730 will switch to standby at whichever
time occurs first.
1
Press TIMER, and then use Up/Down ( /
select “Timer Set.” If the preset selection
screen appears, press ENTER.
) to
Timer Set
After a few moments, “Timer Set—>OFF” or
“Timer Set—>ON” appears on the display.
Timer Set˘ OFF
2
Use Left/Right ( / ) to select “ON” or “OFF.”
3
Press ENTER.
When the timer is on, the TIMER indicator on the
display lights up.
TIMER
Notes:
• If the on time or off time has been set, you can
turn the timer on or off while the DRX-730 is on
standby by simply pressing TIMER.
• When the timer is on, if the DRX-730 is on, the
TIMER indicator on the display lights up. If it’s on
standby, the TIMER LED on the front panel lights
up instead.
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Chapter 7: Portable Device Playback
This chapter explains how to enjoy content stored on
a portable device, such as a music player, iPod, USB
storage device, or Bluetooth-compatible music player
or mobile phone.
Music player playback
You can connect a music player to the PORTABLE
jack on the DRX-730’s front panel and enjoy the
music stored on it through the DRX-730’s speakers in
high quality.
1
Using a mini plug cable (sold separately),
connect the audio output on the music player
to the PORTABLE jack on the DRX-730’s front
panel.
iPod playback
With an optional Yamaha iPod universal dock
(YDS-10 or YDS-11) connected to the DRX-730’s
DOCK jack, you can enjoy the music stored on your
iPod through the DRX-730’s speakers in high quality.
You can also use the DRX-730’s remote control to
control your iPod. In addition, the DRX-730 will
recharge your iPod while you enjoy your music.
The DRX-730 supports 4th Generation (Click Wheel)
and later iPod models, including iPod classic, iPod
nano, iPod mini, and iPod touch. Refer to your
Yamaha dock’s owner’s manual to learn which iPod
models it supports and for setup details.
Notes:
• Set the DRX-730 to standby and disconnect its
power cable before connecting or disconnecting a
Yamaha dock.
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VOLUME
• Make sure your iPod has the latest firmware
installed before using it with the DRX-730. See
the Apple Web site for details.
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
USB
PORTABLE
PHONES
1
Mini plug cable
(sold separately)
OUT
Using the dock cable supplied with the
Yamaha dock, connect one end of the cable to
the Yamaha dock, and connect the other end
to the DOCK jack on the DRX-730’s rear panel.
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Press AUX/PORTABLE repeatedly to select the
PORTABLE input source.
3
Start playback on the music player.
6
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SPEAKERS
SUBWOOFER
OUT
OUT
OUT
VIDEO
IN
AUX
DOCK
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL
Dock cable
(supplied with
Yamaha dock)
Use the DRX-730’s VOLUME control to adjust
the volume.
Note:
• If the volume control on your music player is
turned down all the way, you may not hear
anything, so set it to a suitable level.
Yamaha dock
Press STANDBY/ON (
DRX-730.
3
Insert your iPod into the Yamaha dock.
English
2
) to turn on the
The DOCK indicator on the display lights up.
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4
Press DOCK to select the DOCK input source.
“iPod connected” appears on the display.
5
Use the DRX-730’s remote control to play the
music stored on your iPod. (Point it at the
DRX-730, not your iPod.)
■ Playback control
The following DRX-730 remote control buttons can
be used to control iPod playback.
Button
Description
Play (
)
Starts playback. In Simple
mode, it works as Play/Pause.
■ iPod display indicators
Pause (
)
The following DRX-730 display indicators are used
for iPod playback. Indicators 2 through 9 work only
in Menu mode (see below).
Pauses playback. In Simple
mode, it works as Play/Pause.
Stop (
)
Stops playback
1 2C D E
F
G
Fast Forward (
Rewind (
H
Next (
) Fast forwards
)
)
Selects the next track
DOCK SHUFFLE REPEAT
PLAYLISTS ARTISTS ALBUMS SONGS GENRES
Previous (
I
A DOCK
Lights up when an iPod is seated in the Yamaha dock.
B PLAYLISTS
Lights up when browsing playlists.
C SHUFFLE
Lights up when the iPod’s Shuffle function is on.
D REPEAT
Button
INFO
Up (
Selects Menu mode or Simple mode
)
Down (
Moves up the menu
Moves down the menu. While track
) information is displayed, press it
repeatedly to see more information.
Left ( )
F ALBUMS
Right ( )
G SONGS
Lights up when browsing songs.
ENTER
H GENRES
Lights up when browsing genres.
I Cursors ( / / )
Indicate which cursor buttons can be used.
■ Simple mode and Menu mode
You can use one of two modes to control your iPod:
Simple mode or Menu mode.
• In Simple mode, you use the DRX-730’s remote
control or the iPod’s controls to control the iPod
and the iPod’s display to view the menus.
• In Menu mode, the iPod menus appear on the
DRX-730’s display and you use the DRX-730’s
remote control to control the iPod. The iPod’s
controls cannot be used, and the Yamaha logo
appears on the iPod’s display.
Press INFO repeatedly to select Simple mode or
Menu mode.
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Selects the beginning of the
current track. Press again to
select earlier tracks.
Description
E ARTISTS
Lights up when browsing albums.
)
■ Menu navigation
The following DRX-730 remote control buttons can
be used to navigate iPod menus.
Lights up when the iPod’s Repeat function is on.
Lights up when browsing artists.
Rewinds
Displays the menu one level up.
While track information is displayed,
press it to display a menu.
Displays the menu one level down.
(Cannot be used to start playback.)
Displays the menu one level down.
When a song is selected, press it to
start playback. When a setting is
selected (e.g., Shuffle or Repeat),
press it repeatedly to select an option.
Notes:
• The iPod will be charged while the DRX-730 is
turned on, but not while the DRX-730 is on
standby.
• Video and pictures stored on the iPod are not
output from the DRX-730.
• Depending on your iPod model and its firmware
version, some iPod functions may not work as
expected, and some may not work at all.
• In Menu mode, any unsupported characters will
be replaced with an underscore (_) character.
• Refer to your iPod owner’s manual for details on
using your iPod.
Chapter 7: Portable Device Playback
USB playback
2
Connect your USB storage device to the USB
port on the DRX-730’s front panel.
You can connect a USB storage device to the USB port
on the DRX-730’s front panel and enjoy music (MP3,
WMA, MPEG-4 AAC) stored on it through the
DRX-730’s speakers in high quality. You can also play
a slideshow of JPEG pictures.
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Notes:
• Not all USB storage devices are recognized.
VOLUME
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
USB
PORTABLE
PHONES
• Only MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, and JPEG files
with no copy protection (DRM) can be played.
• The DRX-730 supports USB mass storage class
devices formatted with FAT16 or FAT32,
including USB flash memory devices, digital
audio players, and USB hard drives. You cannot
connect your computer directly to the DRX-730.
• Playback with all USB storage devices, and the
ability to power all USB devices is not guaranteed.
Yamaha accepts no responsibility whatsoever in
the unlikely event that any data is lost while the
USB storage device is connected to the DRX-730.
USB storage device
3
• Large capacity USB storage devices will take
longer to read. High capacity devices may take
several minutes to read.
Press MENU to display Disc Navigator and
select the track you want to play. Or, press Play
( ) to start playback of all files on the USB
storage device.
If you loaded a disc containing JPEG pictures, a
slideshow will start. See “Playing a JPEG
slideshow” on page 46 for more details.
• USB hubs are not supported.
• While the USB input source is selected, the Setup
menu will be unavailable.
• Connect only USB storage devices to the USB
port.
• If the message “USB ERROR” appears on the
display, the DRX-730 may not be able to supply
enough power to the device for it to function
properly. If the device is not a USB storage device,
do not use it with the DRX-730. If the USB storage
device came with its own power adapter, use it to
power the USB storage device. If the USB storage
device came with no power adapter, do not use it
with the DRX-730.
1
4
To stop playback, press Stop (
5
Before you disconnect the USB storage device,
select another input source first.
Turn on your TV and select the AV input to which
the DRX-730 is connected.
7
Playback controls
Most of the disc playback functions explained in the
“Playing Discs” chapter on page 23 can also be used
with USB storage devices.
The following table lists basic playback functions.
Button
Play (
Press DVD/USB repeatedly to select the USB
input source.
).
Description
)
Starts playback
Pause (
)
Pauses playback
Stop (
)
Stops playback
Fast Forward (
Rewind (
Next (
Previous (
)
Rewinds
Selects the next track
)
Selects the beginning of the
current track. Press again to
select earlier tracks.
Displays Disc Navigator (see
page 46)
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) Fast forwards
)
Chapter 7: Portable Device Playback
Playing a JPEG slideshow
You can play a slideshow of JPEG pictures stored on a
USB storage device.
Press Play (
) to start the slideshow.
Using Disc Navigator with USB
storage devices
You can use Disc Navigator to browse and select MP3,
WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, and JPEG files stored on a
USB storage device.
Starting with the first picture in the first folder, the
slideshow displays every picture in every folder on the
USB storage device in alphabetical order.
1
The pictures will be scaled automatically so that they
appear on-screen at the largest size possible.
2
Press MENU.
Disc Navigator appears on-screen.
Use the cursor buttons ( / / / ) to select
the track, file, or folder you want to play.
If the USB storage device contains JPEG picture files
and music files (MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC), the
music files will play repeatedly during the slideshow.
And, Pause ( ), Next (
), Previous (
),
Rewind (
), and Fast Forward (
) will control
music playback, not the slideshow.
• Use Left ( ) to move back up the directory tree
one level. Or, select the folder at the top of the list
(...) and press ENTER.
The following buttons can be used during slideshow
playback.
• Use ENTER or Right (
folder.
Button
Pauses the slideshow (or music
) playback if the device contains music
files)
Next (
)
Selects the next picture (or track if
the device contains music files)
Selects the previous picture (or track
if the device contains music files)
Pauses the slideshow and rotates and
Cursor
flips the current picture. To resume
(
)/(
)
slideshow playback, press Play ( ).
ZOOM
Pauses the slideshow and zooms the
current picture. Press repeatedly to
select 2x, 4x, or 1x zoom. To resume
slideshow playback, press Play ( ).
MENU
Displays Disc Navigator (see below)
Notes:
• Large pictures take longer to load and may not
appear immediately.
• On a single USB storage device, the DRX-730
supports up to 299 folders, and each folder may
contain a combination of up to 648 files and
folders.
) to move up and down the
) to open the selected
When you select a JPEG picture file, Disc
Navigator displays a thumbnail preview.
Description
Pause (
Previous
(
)
• Use Up/Down ( /
file and folder list.
3
To play the selected track, file, or folder, press
ENTER.
If you selected an MP3, WMA, or MPEG-4 AAC
file, starting with that file, all of the files in the
same folder will be played.
If you selected a JPEG picture file, starting with
that file, all of the files in the same folder will be
played in a slideshow.
Tips:
• If the USB storage device contains JPEG picture
files and music files (MP3, WMA, MPEG-4
AAC), you can listen to music while watching a
slideshow. Simply start music playback as
described above, and then select a JPEG picture
file and start slideshow playback. All of the files
within the current folders will be played
repeatedly. And, Play ( ), Pause ( ),
Next (
), and Previous (
) will control the
slideshow, not music playback.
• Disc Navigator only plays the files in the current
folder. To play all of the files on the USB storage
device, close Disc Navigator and start playback by
pressing Play ( ), see “Playing a JPEG
slideshow” above.
Note:
• With some digital music players, file names may
not display correctly.
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Chapter 7: Portable Device Playback
Bluetooth playback
With an optional Yamaha YBA-10 Bluetooth Wireless
Audio Receiver connected to the DRX-730’s DOCK
jack, you can enjoy the music stored on your
Bluetooth device, for example, a Bluetoothcompatible music player or mobile phone, through
the DRX-730’s speakers in high quality. You can also
use the DRX-730’s remote control to control music
playback on your Bluetooth device.
Notes:
• Set the DRX-730 to standby and disconnect its
power cable before connecting or disconnecting
the Yamaha YBA-10.
■ Bluetooth pairing
Before you can use a Bluetooth device with the
DRX-730, you must pair, or register it with the
Yamaha YBA-10.
1
Press DOCK to select the DOCK input source.
2
Turn on the Bluetooth device and make sure
it’s discoverable.
3
Press and hold down BLUETOOTH ON for 3
seconds to start pairing.
Pairing starts, the DOCK indicator flashes, and
“Searching...” appears on the display.
During pairing, the Yamaha YBA-10 searches for
compatible Bluetooth devices and registers any
that are found. Pairing only needs to be
performed when a Bluetooth-device is used with
the Yamaha YBA-10 for the very first time, or
when the pairing information has been deleted.
See the Yamaha YBA-10 owner’s manual for more
details on pairing.
• Refer to the Yamaha YBA-10 owner’s manual for
details on using the YBA-10.
• Refer to your Bluetooth device owner’s manual for
details on using your Bluetooth device.
• Depending on your Bluetooth device model and
its firmware version, some playback functions
may not work as expected, and some may not
work at all.
■ Bluetooth setup
To cancel pairing, press BLUETOOTH OFF.
4
Using the dock cable supplied with the Yamaha
YBA-10, connect one end of the cable to the
Yamaha YBA-10, and connect the other end to the
DOCK jack on the DRX-730’s rear panel.
The Yamaha YBA-10 will appear as “YBA-10
YAMAHA” or something similar on the Bluetooth
device.
5
MAINS
Make sure the Bluetooth device has detected
the Yamaha YBA-10.
7
On the Bluetooth device, select the Yamaha
YBA-10, and then enter the pass key “0000”.
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When pairing is complete, the message
“Completed” appears on the display.
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(supplied with
Yamaha YBA-10)
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Note:
• Pairing will be cancelled if no compatible
Bluetooth devices are found within 8 minutes, the
input source is changed on the DRX-730, or the
DRX-730 is set to standby.
■ Connecting Bluetooth devices
Once a Bluetooth device has been paired with the
Yamaha YBA-10, you can connect to it and play the
music stored on it.
1
Press DOCK to select the DOCK input source.
2
Press BLUETOOTH ON.
When a connection is established, “BT
connected” appears on the display.
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The Yamaha YBA-10 attempts to connect to the
last Bluetooth device used or paired and
“Searching...” appears on the display.
Chapter 7: Portable Device Playback
3
Use the DRX-730’s remote control, or the
Bluetooth device’s controls to play the music
stored on the Bluetooth device.
To disconnect a Bluetooth device and make the
DRX-730 non-discoverable, press BLUETOOTH
OFF. The message “Disconnected” appears on the
display.
To connect to another Bluetooth device, you must
first disconnect from the currently connected device,
and then initiate a connection on the other Bluetooth
device.
■ Playback control
The following DRX-730 remote control buttons can
be used to control playback on a Bluetooth device.
Point the remote control at the DRX-730, not the
Bluetooth device.
Button
Description
Play (
)
Starts playback1
Pause (
)
Pauses playback1
Stop (
)
Stops playback
Next (
Previous
(
)
)
Selects the next track
Selects the beginning of the current
track. Press again to select earlier
tracks.
1. Depending on the Bluetooth device, the Play and Pause
buttons may work as Play/Pause buttons.
Notes:
• The DRX-730’s remote control can only be used
to control a Bluetooth device while its connected
to that device.
• Even if several devices have been registered
through pairing, if the last connected Bluetooth
device is not found, the Yamaha YBA-10 will not
attempt to connect to any of the other devices.
• The DRX-730 will automatically disconnect from
the currently connected Bluetooth device when a
disconnection is initiated on that device,
communication becomes impossible because the
device is too far away, or the DRX-730 is set to
standby.
• The Bluetooth device will not be disconnected
when a different input source is selected on the
DRX-730.
• The Yamaha YBA-10 only supports Bluetooth
music players and mobile phones that are
compatible with A2DP or AVRCP.
• Bluetooth has a line of sight operating range of up
to 10 meters (33 ft.). Make sure there are no
obstacles between the Yamaha YBA-10 and your
Bluetooth device.
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Chapter 8: Recording
You can connect a recording component, such as a
CDR, MDR, or casette recorder, to the DRX-730 for
recording and playback.
1
Connect your recording component to the
DRX-730.
See “Connecting a recorder (CDR, MDR, etc.)”
on page 14 for details.
2
Turn on the DRX-730 and recording
component.
3
On the DRX-730, select the input source that
you want to record.
If you selected the DVD input source, load the
disc you want to record.
4
Start recording on the recording component.
5
Start playback on the DRX-730.
To playback the recording, select the AUX input
source (see page 16).
If your recording component has an optical
digital input, you can connect it to the DRX-730’s
OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT jack and record
digitally.
8
Notes:
• Refer to your recording component’s owner’s
manual for details on using it.
• Adjustments to the DRX-730’s volume, bass,
treble, and balance do not affect recording.
• To prevent a signal loop, the AUX input source is
not output by the AUX OUT jacks, so you cannot
record a source connected to the AUX IN.
• The OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT does not output
signals from the radio, DOCK, AUX IN, or
PORTABLE jacks. To record from these sources,
connect the DRX-730’s AUX OUT jacks to the
analog audio input on your recording component.
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• Depending on the source material, the DRX-730’s
OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT may output MPEG,
Dolby Digital, or DTS format digital audio that
the recording component cannot record. In this
case, set the digital audio output settings so that
PCM is output (see page 52).
• Discs and files that use copy protection cannot be
recorded.
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Chapter 9: Audio Settings and Video Adjust
This chapter explains the Audio Settings and Video
Adjust menus.
Audio Settings menu
• High, Medium, Low, Off (default).
These settings only affect disc playback.
TOP MENU
MENU
PRESET
INFO.
A E
A E
ENTER
RETURN
SETUP
SETUP
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
ENTER
1
MEMORY
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
TIMER
SLEEP
DIMMER DISPLAY
Press SETUP.
Select “Audio Settings,” and then press ENTER.
The Audio Settings menu appears on-screen.
Audio Settings
Audio DRC
Dialog
High
Medium
Low
Off
3
Use the cursor buttons ( / / / ) and
ENTER to select and change the settings.
The settings are explained below.
4
To close the Setup menu, press SETUP.
Note:
• The effects of the Audio settings depends on your
speakers, TV, and AV receiver’s volume level and
other settings. For each setting, switch between
the available options and choose the one that
provides the best results.
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Notes:
• Audio DRC only works with Dolby Digital
sources.
• With some discs, Audio DRC may have little or no
effect.
• The Audio DRC function also applies to digital
output signals when the Digital Out setting is set
to On and the Dolby Digital Out setting is set to
Dolby Digital > PCM. See page 52 for details on
the digital audio output settings.
• The Audio DRC function also applies to audio
output from the HDMI output, with the same
restrictions as above.
■ Dialog
When watching a movie or other material on a DVDVideo disc, depending on the audio format, the center
channel may be too quiet and difficult to hear. With
the Dialog function, you can make the dialog louder
and easier to hear.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
2
■ Audio DRC
The Audio DRC (Dynamic Range Control) function
makes loud sounds quieter and quiet sounds louder,
which is ideal for watching movies late at night when
you don’t want to disturb anyone.
• High, Medium, Low, Off (default).
Notes:
• When using the Dialog function, depending on
the source material, the dialog may distort, in
which case you should select a lower setting.
• The Dialog function also applies to digital output
signals that have been converted to 2-channel
PCM. See page 52 for details on the digital audio
output settings.
• The Dialog function also applies to audio output
from the HDMI output, with the same
restrictions as above.
Chapter 9: Audio Settings and Video Adjust
■ Sharpness
Adjusts the sharpness of edges in the picture.
Video Adjust menu
The Video Adjust settings affect the TV picture.
• Fine, Standard (default), Soft.
■ Brightness
Adjusts the brightness of the picture.
TOP MENU
MENU
PRESET
• –20 to +20 (default: 0)
INFO.
A E
■ Contrast
A E
ENTER
Adjusts the contrast between the lightest and darkest
areas of the picture.
RETURN
SETUP
SETUP
VOLUME
AUTO/
MANUAL
ENTER
MEMORY
• –16 to +16 (default: 0)
BAND
TUNER
DVD/USB
AUX/PORTABLE
DOCK
SOUND
PURE DIRECT
MUTE
■ Gamma
Adjusts the appearance of dark areas of the picture.
• High, Medium, Low, Off (default).
TIMER
SLEEP
DIMMER DISPLAY
■ Hue
Adjusts the balance between green and red.
• green 9 to red 9 (default: 0)
1
Select the DVD input source, and then press
SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
Note:
• The Video Adjust menu is only available when the
DVD input source is selected.
2
Select “Video Adjust,” and then press ENTER.
■ Chroma Level
Adjusts the color saturation.
• –9 to +9 (default: 0)
Notes:
• The effects of the Video Adjust settings depends
on the source material and your TV and in some
cases may not be that visible.
• The Sharpness setting does not apply to video
output by the HDMI jack.
The Video Adjust menu appears on-screen.
Video Adjust
3
Sharpness
Fine
Brightness
Standard
Contrast
Gamma
Hue
Chroma Level
Soft
9
Use the cursor buttons ( / / / ) and
ENTER to select and change the settings.
The settings are explained below.
The Brightness, Contrast, Hue, and Chroma Level
settings can be adjusted by using Left/Right
( / ).
Brightness
max
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To close the Setup menu, press SETUP.
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Chapter 10: Initial Settings
This chapter explains the Initial Settings menu.
Initial Settings menu
The Initial Settings menu contains digital audio
output, video, language, display, and other settings.
When a menu item is grayed out, it means that it
cannot currently be changed. The Initial Settings
cannot be changed during disc playback. You must
stop playback first.
1
Select the DVD input source, and then press
SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
Note:
• The Initial Settings menu is available only when
the DVD input source is selected.
2
Select “Initial Settings,” and then press ENTER.
The Initial Settings menu appears on-screen.
3
■ Digital Out
Turns the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT on and off.
• On (default): OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT is on.
• Off: OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT is off.
■ Dolby Digital Out
Turns Dolby Digital to PCM conversion on and off. If
you’ve connected the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT to
your AV receiver/decoder and it doesn’t support
Dolby Digital, select Dolby Digital > PCM.
• Dolby Digital (default): Dolby Digital signals are
output as they are.
• Dolby Digital > PCM: Dolby Digital signals are
converted and output as 2-channel PCM.
■ DTS Out
Turns DTS to PCM conversion on and off. If you’ve
connected the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT to your AV
receiver/decoder and it doesn’t support DTS, select
DTS > PCM.
• DTS (default): DTS signals are output as they are.
Initial Settings
Digital Audio Out
Video Output
Language
Display
Options
Digital Audio Out settings
Digital Out
Dolby Digital Out
DTS Out
96 kHz PCM Out
MPEG Out
On
Dolby Digital
DTS
96kHz > 48kHz
MPEG > PCM
Use the cursor buttons ( / / / ) and
ENTER to select and change the settings.
The settings are explained below.
• DTS > PCM: DTS signals are converted and
output as 2-channel PCM.
Notes:
• If you select DTS and your AV receiver/decoder
doesn’t support DTS, noise may be heard.
• When DTS > PCM is selected, you can also
choose the type of DTS downmix (see “DTS
Downmix” on page 55).
Notes:
• The HDMI Resolution and HDMI Color settings
only need to be changed if you’ve connected an
HDMI component to the HDMI jack.
■ 96 kHz PCM Out
Turns 96 kHz downsampling on and off. If you’ve
connected the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT to your AV
receiver/decoder and it supports 96 kHz PCM, select
96 kHz.
• The Component Out settings cannot be changed
if you’ve connected an HDMI component to the
HDMI jack.
• 96 kHz > 48 kHz (default): 96 kHz PCM digital
audio signals are downsampled and output at
48 kHz.
• The Component Out settings may change
automatically due to the HDMI Resolution and
HDMI Color settings.
• 96 kHz: 96 kHz PCM digital audio signals are
output as they are.
• While HDMI Audio is set to on (see page 13), or a
component is connected to the HDMI jack, only
the Digital Out setting is available.
• When HDMI Audio is set to on (see page 13),
96 kHz PCM is downsampled to 48 kHz
regardless of the 96 kHz PCM Out setting.
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■ MPEG Out
Turns MPEG to PCM conversion on and off. If you’ve
connected the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT to an AV
receiver/decoder that supports MPEG, select MPEG.
• MPEG: MPEG signals are output as they are.
• MPEG > PCM (default): MPEG signals are
converted and output as 2-channel PCM.
Chapter 10: Initial Settings
Video Output settings
■ TV Screen
Sets the aspect ratio of the picture output by the
analog and HDMI video outputs. Choose an option
that matches the aspect ratio of your TV.
• 4:3 (Letter Box) (default): Select if you have a
conventional 4:3 TV. Widescreen movies will be
displayed with black bars top and bottom.
• 4:3 (Pan & Scan): Select if you have a
conventional 4:3 TV. Widescreen movies will be
displayed with the sides trimmed so that the
picture fills the entire screen. Video from discs
that do not support Pan & Scan will be output in
4:3 Letter Box format.
• 16:9 (Wide): Select if you have a widescreen TV.
• 16:9 (Compressed): This option can only be
selected if your TV is connected to the HDMI
jack and the HDMI Resolution setting is set to
1920 x 1080p, 1920 x 1080i, or 1280 x 720p. Select
this if you want to properly display 4:3 content on
a widescreen TV. Black bars will be displayed on
either side of the picture.
■ Component Out
Sets the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT to interlaced or
progressive video output. Progressive scanning offers
better picture quality and reduced picture noise.
If your TV or projector supports progressive
scanning, select Progressive. Refer to your TV
owner’s manual for details.
• Interlace (default): The COMPONENT VIDEO
OUT outputs interlaced video.
• Progressive: The COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
outputs progressive video and the
PROGRESSIVE indicator on the display lights up.
To use progressive video, select the Progressive option
and press ENTER. When the confirmation message
appears on-screen, press ENTER to confirm, or press
RETURN to cancel.
Notes:
• When you switch between Interlace and
Progressive, the picture may be disturbed.
• When the HDMI Resolution is set to 720 x 480i
(NTSC) or 720 x 576i (PAL), the Component Out
setting is forcibly set to Interlace. When another
resolution is selected, the Component Out setting
is forcibly set to Progressive.
• If you select Progressive inadvertently and your
TV doesn’t support it, you may lose the picture
altogether. In this case, connect the DRX-730 to a
TV with a composite video connection and
change the setting back to Interlace, or reset the
DRX-730 (see page 61).
• CONSUMERS SHOULD NOTE THAT NOT
ALL HIGH DEFINITION TELEVISION SETS
ARE FULLY COMPATIBLE WITH THIS
PRODUCT AND MAY CAUSE ARTIFACTS TO
BE DISPLAYED IN THE PICTURE. IN CASE OF
525 PROGRESSIVE SCAN PICTURE
PROBLEMS, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT
YOU SWITCH THE CONNECTION TO THE
“STANDARD DEFINITION” OUTPUT. IF
THERE ARE QUESTIONS REGARDING YOUR
VIDEO MONITOR COMPATIBILITY WITH
THIS UNIT, PLEASE CONTACT OUR
CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER.
■ HDMI Resolution
Sets the HDMI output video resolution.
• 1920 x 1080p: Select if your HDMI TV supports
1080p progressive video.
• 1920 x 1080i: Select if your HDMI TV supports
1080i interlace video.
• 1280 x 720p: Select if your HDMI TV supports
720p progressive video.
• 720 x 480p (NTSC), 720 x 576p (PAL) (default):
Select if your HDMI TV supports 480p or 576p
progressive video.
• 720 x 480i (NTSC), 720 x 576i (PAL): Select if
your HDMI TV supports 480i or 576i interlace
video.
To change the resolution, select a resolution, and then
press ENTER. When the confirmation message
appears on-screen, press ENTER to confirm.
Notes:
• When you change the resolution, the picture may
be disturbed and may not appear immediately.
• Resetting the HDMI settings
10
If no picture is displayed after changing the
resolution, use the procedure below to revert to the
default resolution of 720 x 480p (NTSC), 720 x 576p
(PAL).
Set the DRX-730 to standby.
2
While holding down Stop ( ) on the
DRX-730, press STANDBY/ON, keeping
Stop ( ) pressed until “DVD — NO REQ.”
appears on the display.
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3
Press Play/Pause (
“HDMI CLEAR.”
/ ) repeatedly to select
If you change your mind at this point, select
“DVD — NO REQ.” instead.
4
Press STANDBY/ON.
The HDMI Resolution is reset to its default
setting and the DRX-730 goes on standby. Press
STANDBY/ON again to turn it back on. The
HDMI Audio setting (page 13) is set to off.
■ HDMI Color
Sets the HDMI color output.
• Full range RGB: Provides very bright whites and
deep blacks.
• RGB: Select this if white and black areas of the
picture are too pronounced with the Full range
RGB option.
• Component: This is the standard component
video format used by HDMI components.
The default setting changes depending on the
connected HDMI component.
Language settings
For the Other Languages options of the Audio
Language, Subtitle Language, and DVD Menu Lang.
settings, you can also specify the language by using
the 2-letter abbreviations or 4-digit codes listed on
page 62.
1
2
Select “Other Languages,” and then press
ENTER.
Use Left/Right ( / ) to select a language by
abbreviation.
For some languages, only the code number is
displayed.
• To specify a language by using the 4-digit codes,
use Up/Down ( / ) or the number buttons to
enter the appropriate code, and then press
ENTER.
■ Audio Language
Sets the default soundtrack language to be used with
DVD-Video discs.
• English (default): English soundtrack will be
used if available.
• Languages: Selected language will be used if
available. (Available languages depends on where
you purchased the DRX-730.)
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• Other Languages: Use the language abbreviations
and codes listed on page 62 to specify languages
not listed above.
Notes:
• With some DVD-Video discs, the soundtrack
language will be set by the disc regardless of this
setting.
• With some DVD-Video discs, you can select the
soundtrack language from a menu. In this case,
press MENU to display the menu, and then select
the soundtrack language.
■ Subtitle Language
Sets the default subtitle language to be used with
DVD-Video discs.
• English (default): English subtitles will be used if
available.
• Languages: Subtitles in the selected language will
be used if available. (Available languages depends
on where you purchased the DRX-730.)
• Other Languages: Use the language abbreviations
and codes listed on page 62 to specify languages
not listed above.
Notes:
• With some DVD-Video discs, the subtitle
language will be set by the disc regardless of this
setting.
• With some DVD-Video discs, you can select the
subtitle language from a menu. In this case, press
MENU to display the menu, and then select the
subtitle language.
• The Subtitle Language setting also applies to
DivX discs that use external subtitle files (see
“About DivX®” on page 58).
®
■ DVD Menu Lang.
Sets the default language to be used for menus on
DVD-Video discs and some DivX discs.
®
• w/Subtitle Lang. (default): Menus in the same
language as that specified for the Subtitle
Language setting will be used if available.
• Languages: Menus in the selected language will
be used if available. (Available languages depends
on where you purchased the DRX-730.)
• Other Languages: Use the language abbreviations
and codes listed on page 62 to specify languages
not listed above.
Chapter 10: Initial Settings
■ Subtitle Display
Determines whether DVD-Video disc subtitles are
displayed by default.
• On (default): Subtitles are displayed by default if
available.
• Off: Subtitles are not displayed by default.
Note:
• Some DVD-Video discs may forcibly display
subtitles regardless of this setting.
Display settings
■ OSD Language
Sets the language of the on-screen menus.
Parental Lock
DVD-Video discs containing content that may not be
suitable for everyone may use the parental lock system
to restrict viewing. (See the disc’s case for details.) You
can set the DRX-730 so that discs with a high parental
lock level cannot be played without first entering a
password. There are eight parental lock levels.
In addition, some DVD-Video discs use country or
region codes to block unsuitable content based on the
country or region that you set on the DRX-730.
To use parental lock, you must first enter a password,
set the parental lock level, and specify your country or
region. By default, no password is set.
• Password: Used to set the password.
• English (default): English on-screen menus.
• Level Change: Used to set the parental lock level.
• Language: Available languages depends on where
you purchased the DRX-730.
• Country Code: Used to specify your country or
region.
■ Angle Indicator
Determines whether the camera icon ( ) is
displayed on-screen when playing content on a
DVD-Video disc that features multiple camera angles.
• On (default): Camera icon is displayed.
• Off: Camera icon is not displayed.
■ Setting the password
You must set a password before the Level Change and
Country Code settings can be set.
1
Select “Password,” and then press ENTER.
2
Use the number buttons to enter a 4-digit
password.
The numbers appear on-screen as asterisks (*).
Option settings
■ Parental Lock
See “Parental Lock” below.
3
■ DTS Downmix
Determines how mutichannel DTS audio is
downmixed when the DTS Out setting (see page 52)
is set to DTS > PCM. Select Lt/Rt if your AV
receiver/decoder supports Dolby Pro Logic but not
DTS and it’s connected to the OPTICAL DIGITAL
OUT.
Notes:
• We recommend that you make a note of the
password. If you forget it, you’ll need to reset the
DRX-730 (see page 61) and set a new password.
• STEREO (default): Mutichannel DTS is
downmixed in to a 2-channel stereo mix.
• Lt/Rt: Mutichannel DTS is downmixed in to a
matrix-encoded surround mix that is compatible
with Dolby surround matrix decoders.
■ DivX(R) VOD
See “DivX® VOD” on page 56.
Press ENTER to set the password.
The password is set.
• When the password and parental lock level have
been set, when you attempt to play a disc that
exceeds the set parental lock level, you’ll be
prompted to enter the password and playback will
not be possible unless you enter the correct
password.
10
• Instead of preventing disc playback completely,
some DVD-Video discs may just skip unsuitable
scenes.
• Not all DVD-Video discs support parental lock
and those that don’t can be played regardless of
these parental lock settings.
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Chapter 10: Initial Settings
■ Changing the password
To change the password, you’ll need to enter the old
password.
1
Select “Password,” and then press ENTER.
2
Use the number buttons to enter the old
password, and then press ENTER.
3
Enter the new password, and then press
ENTER.
The new password is set.
■ Setting the parental lock level
Discs with unsuitable content have higher levels; discs
with content suitable for all have lower levels. To
restrict, for example, playback of discs with a parental
level of 4 or higher, set the DRX-730 to level 3.
1
Select “Level Change,” and then press ENTER.
2
Use the number buttons to enter the
password, and then press ENTER.
3
Use Left/Right ( / ) to set the parental lock
level, and then press ENTER.
DivX® VOD
®
To play DivX VOD (Video on Demand) files on the
DRX-730, you may need to provide a DivX VOD
registration code to your DivX VOD content
provider. In this case, use the DivX VOD
registration code displayed by the Display setting.
®
®
®
®
• Display: Displays the DivX VOD registration
code.
■ Viewing the DivX VOD registration code
®
1
Press SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
2
Select “Initial Settings,” and then press ENTER.
The Initial Settings menu appears on-screen.
3
Select “Options,” then “DivX(R) VOD,” then
“Display,” and then press ENTER.
®
The DivX VOD registration code is displayed.
DivX(R) Video On Demand
Your registration code is : XXXXXXXX
To learn more visit www.divx.com/vod
The parental lock level is set.
Done
■ Setting your country or region
You can specify the country or region by using the 2letter abbreviations or 4-digit codes listed on page 62
1
Select “Country Code,” and then press ENTER.
2
Use the number buttons to enter the
password, and then press ENTER.
3
Use Up/Down ( / ) to select your country or
region by abbreviation, and then press ENTER.
• To specify your country or region by using the 4digit codes, use Up/Down ( / ) or the number
buttons to enter the appropriate code, and then
press ENTER.
The country or region is set.
Note:
• The new country or region code setting will take
effect the next time you load a disc. If a disc is
already loaded, you must eject and reload it for
the new setting to take effect.
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Notes:
• DivX VOD files use DRM (Digital Rights
Management) copy protection and can only be
played on the registered player.
®
®
• If you attempt to play a DivX VOD file that is not
authorized for playback on your DRX-730, the
message “Authorization Error” will be displayed
and playback will not be possible.
®
• Some DivX VOD files can only be played a
limited number of times. When you play such a
file on the DRX-730, the remaining number of
plays will be displayed on-screen. If you attempt
to play a file with no plays remaining, the message
“Rental Expired” will be displayed and playback
will not be possible. DivX VOD files with no
playback limit do not display the number of plays
remaining and can be played as many times as you
like.
®
Appendix
Supported discs and formats
The DRX-730 can play discs bearing the following
logos:
DVD-Video
DVD-R
DVD-RW
DVD-R DL
Copy Control CDs
The DRX-730 conforms to the Audio CD standard.
Operation and performance with discs that do not
conform to this standard cannot be guaranteed.
DualDisc
A DualDisc is a double-sided disc with a DVD layer
for video on one side and a CD layer that can be
played in a standard CD player on the other.
DVD+R
DVD+RW
DVD+R DL
The DRX-730 can play the DVD side of DualDiscs.
Since the CD layer does not conform to the Audio CD
standard, some DualDiscs may not play.
Audio CD
Video CD
CD-R
CD-RW
For more details about the DualDisc standard, please
contact the disc’s maker or reseller.
Recordable disc compatibility
Fujicolor CD
VIDEO
CD
Super Video CD (Super VCD)
Notes:
• Kodak Picture CD is also supported.
• The FUJICOLOR CD COMPATIBLE logo is a
trademark of Fuji Photo Film Co. Ltd.
• The DVD logo is a trademark of DVD
Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.
• Some recordable CD and DVD discs may not be
playable due the disc’s characteristics or scratches,
or dust, dirt, or condensation on the disc or
pickup lens, etc. See “Recordable disc
compatibility” below for more details.
■ CD-R/RW
• The DRX-730 is compatible with CD-R/RW discs
recorded with the following formats: Audio CD,
VCD, SVCD, and ISO 9660 (CD-ROM).
• For ISO 9660 discs, use the ISO 9660 Level 1 or
Level 2 CD-ROM file system, or the extended
Joliet or Romeo file systems.
• Multisession discs are not supported.
• Unfinalized discs cannot be played. See your disc
recorder owner’s manual for details on finalizing.
• Some discs may not play, may produce noise, or
may sound distorted. This is due to the disc and is
not a malfunction.
■ DVD-R/RW/R DL
Appendix
• The DRX-730 is compatible with DVD-R/RW
and DVD-R DL (Dual Layer) discs recorded with
the following formats: DVD-Video, VR mode
(Video Recording mode), and UDF Bridge
DVD-ROM.
• When playing content that’s been edited on a
DVD recorder (scenes deleted, etc.), the picture
may disappear momentarily at the edit points.
This is not a malfunction.
• Multisession discs are not supported.
• Some discs may not play, may produce noise, or
may sound distorted. This is due to the disc and is
not a malfunction.
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English
• Unfinalized discs cannot be played. See your disc
recorder owner’s manual for details on finalizing.
Appendix
■ DVD+R/RW/R DL
• The DRX-730 is compatible with DVD+R/RW
and DVD+R DL (Dual Layer) discs recorded with
the following formats: DVD-Video.
• When playing content that’s been edited, playback
may not follow the editing exactly.
• Multisession discs are not supported.
• Unfinalized discs cannot be played. See your disc
recorder owner’s manual for details on finalizing.
• Some discs may not play, may produce noise, or
may sound distorted. This is due to the disc and is
not a malfunction.
JPEG files
• The DRX-730 can play the following picture disc
formats: Fuji Color CD, Kodak Picture CD. It can
also play JPEG files stored on CD-R/RW discs and
USB storage devices. Some picture discs may not
be playable due to the way in which they were
recorded, etc.
• Baseline JPEG files and Exif 2.2 JPEG files with a
resolution of up to 3,072 x 2,048 are supported.
(Exif, which stands for Exchangeable Image File,
is the format used by digital cameras to store
metadata.)
• Progressive JPEG files are not supported.
Discs made on a computer
• Discs recorded on a computer may not be
playable due to the settings of the disc burning
software or the computer’s configuration.
• Be careful to use the correct format when burning
discs. Refer to your disc burning software owner’s
manual for details.
• Discs recorded with packet writing are not
supported.
MP3, WMA, and MPEG-4 AAC files
• The DRX-730 can play the following audio file
formats: MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3), WMA
(Windows Media Audio), and MPEG-4 AAC.
• The DRX-730 can play MP3, WMA, and
MPEG-4 AAC files stored on CD-R/RW discs
discs and USB storage devices.
• The following sampling rates are supported:
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, and 48 kHz.
• For MP3 and WMA files, we recommend bit rates
higher than 128 kbps.
• For MPEG-4 AAC files, bit rates from 16 kbps to
320 kbps are supported.
• Variable bit rates (VBR) for MP3, WMA, and
MPEG-4 AAC are not supported.
• WMA Lossless encoding is not supported.
• Files with DRM (Digital Rights Management)
cannot be played.
• Only MP3, WMA, and MPEG-4 AAC files with
an .mp3/.MP3, .wma/.WMA, or .m4a file
extension, respectively, are recognized.
• Each disc may contain up to 299 folders, and each
folder may contain a combination of up to 648
files and folders. However, depending the folder
organization, not all folders and files may be
recognized and playable.
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• Only JPEG files with a .jpg/.JPG file extension are
recognized.
• Each disc may contain up to 299 folders, and each
folder may contain a combination of up to 648
files and folders. However, depending the folder
organization, not all folders and files may be
recognized and playable.
About DivX®
®
DivX media technology was developed by DivX,
Inc. It uses compression to fit movies and video
content onto CD and DVD discs at high quality. It
supports interactive features such as menus, subtitles,
and multiple language soundtracks. Like DVD-Video,
individual DivX files are referred to as titles.
®
®
The DRX-730 can play DivX files stored on the
recordable CD and DVD media listed in “Recordable
disc compatibility” on page 57. When naming DivX
files prior to burning to disc, be aware that DivX
files stored on a disc are played in alphabetical order.
®
®
®
• The DRX-730 is an official DivX Ultra Certified
product and can play all versions of DivX video
(including DivX 6) with enhanced playback of
DivX media files and the DivX Media Format.
®
®
®
®
®
• The DRX-730 can play DivX files stored on
CD-R/RW discs and CD-ROM discs, but not USB
storage devices.
®
• Only DivX encoded files with a .avi or .divx file
extension are recognized.
■ Using external subtitle files
DivX movies use special files called external subtitle
files for displaying subtitles. The font sets listed below
are available for use with external subtitle files. Use
the Subtitle Language setting on page 54 to select the
font/language that matches the external subtitle file.
®
Appendix
The DRX-730 supports the following language
groups:
Group 1
Albanian (sq), Basque (eu), Catalan
(ca), Danish (da), Dutch (nl),
English (en), Faroese (fo), Finnish
(fi), French (fr), German (de),
Icelandic (is), Irish (ga), Italian (it),
Norwegian (no), Portuguese (pt),
Rhaeto-Romanic (rm), Scottish
(gd), Spanish (es), Swedish (sv)
Group 2
Albanian (sq), Croatian (hr), Czech
(cs), Hungarian (hu), Polish (pl),
Romanian (ro), Slovak (sk),
Slovenian (sl)
Group 3
Bulgarian (bg), Byelorussian (be),
Macedonian (mk), Russian (ru),
Serbian (sr), Ukrainian (uk)
Group 4
Hebrew (iw), Yiddish (ji)
Group 5
Turkish (tr)
Notes:
• Some external subtitle files may not display
correctly, and some may not display at all.
• Only external subtitle files with a .srt, .sub, .ssa, or
.smi file extension are recognized. (Note that
these files are not displayed by Disc Navigator.)
• The file name of the external subtitle file must
start with the file name of its associated movie file.
• A single movie may have up to 10 external subtitle
files.
About WMV
WMV, which stands for Windows Media Video, is a
video compression technology developed by
Microsoft Corporation. Video content can be
encoded in WMV format by using the Windows
Media Encoder.
• The DRX-730 supports WMV9 files that were
encoded with the Windows Encoder 9 Series.
About MPEG-4 AAC
AAC, which stands for Advanced Audio Coding, is the
audio compression technology used for MPEG-2 and
MPEG-4. The actual format of the data and file
extension depends on the application used to make
the AAC file.
• The DRX-730 can play AAC files made with
iTunes that have a .m4a file extension.
• Files with DRM (Digital Rights Management)
cannot be played, and files encoded with some
version of iTunes may not play.
About WMA
WMA, which stands for Windows Media Audio, is an
audio compression technology developed by
Microsoft Corporation. Audio content can be
encoded in WMA format by using the Windows
Media Player version 7.1.1, Windows Media Player
for Windows XP, or Windows Media Player 9 Series.
• The DRX-730 can play WMA files.
• Use only applications that have been certified
with Microsoft Corporation to encode WMA
files. If you use an application that is not certified,
the resultant files may not play properly.
DVD-Video regions
DVD players and DVD-Video discs are assigned a
region number based on the country or region in
which they are sold. DVD player’s can only play discs
with the same region number. Discs with a different
region number cannot be played.
The region number for the DRX-730 can be found on
its rear panel. The DRX-730 can only play discs with
the same region number or those marked ALL. If you
attempt to play a DVD-Video disc with a different
region number, the message “Incompatible disc
region number, Can’t play disc” will be displayed.
Appendix
• The DRX-730 can play WMV files stored on
CD-R/RW discs, but not USB storage devices.
• Only WMV9 files with a .wmv file extension are
recognized.
• Video resolutions up to 720 x 480 or 720 x 576 are
supported.
English
• The maximum average bit rate is about 2–3 Mbps.
(The maximum bit rate depends on the encoding
conditions.)
• Advanced Profile is not supported.
• Files with DRM (Digital Rights Management)
cannot be played.
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Appendix
Looking after discs
Storing discs
Always keep discs in their cases and store them
vertically in a place that’s not subject to extreme
temperatures, extreme humidity, or direct sunlight.
Always read the precautions supplied with the discs.
Handling discs
• Always hold discs by the edge to protect them
against fingerprints, scratches, and dirt.
• Discs with fingerprints, scratches, or dirt may not
play properly. In such cases, using a soft, dry
cleaning cloth, wipe the disc from the center
outward in straight lines. Do not wipe the disc in a
circular motion, as this may damage it. Never use
a dirty cleaning cloth.
• For very dirty discs, try using a soft, damp cloth,
and be sure to dry the disc afterward. Never use
benzine, thinner, or other cleaning agents, such as
those designed for cleaning vinyl records.
• Do not load badly damaged, cracked, or warped
discs into the DRX-730, as they may damage it.
• Do not affix stickers or labels to discs, as they may
cause the disc to warp and become unplayable.
Rental discs often have stickers or labels attached.
Make sure there’s no glue jutting out from behind
the label before playing such discs.
• Do not load more than one disc in the DRX-730
at a time.
• For more details on disc handling, refer to the
precautions supplied with the disc.
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About specially shaped discs
The DRX-730 cannot play discs with a special shape,
such as heart and hexagonal-shaped discs. Such discs
may cause a malfunction, so do not load them.
Cleaning the pickup lens
If dirt or dust collects on the DRX-730’s pickup lens,
the sound may jump or the picture may be disturbed.
In such cases, contact your Yamaha dealer. Do not use
commercially available pickup lens cleaners, as they
may damage the lens.
Appendix
Looking after the DRX-730
Resetting the DRX-730
You can reset the DRX-730 to its factory defaults.
Installation
• Place the DRX-730 on a stable surface close to
your TV and the other AV components that you
intend to use with it.
Play/Pause ( )
Stop (
STANDBY/ON
• Do not place anything on top of the DRX-730.
)
TIMER
HDMI
PROGRESSIVE
• Do not place the DRX-730 on top of your TV.
And keep it away from components that are
sensitive to magnetism, such as video recorders.
• Do not place the DRX-730 on top of a power
amplifier or any other heat producing
component. If you install the DRX-730 in a rack,
place the amp or other heat producing
component on the bottom shelf to keep it as far
away as possible from the DRX-730.
Avoid locations that are...
VOLUME
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
USB
Set the DRX-730 to standby.
2
While holding down Stop ( ) on the
DRX-730’s front panel, press STANDBY/ON,
keeping Stop ( ) pressed until “DVD — NO
REQ.” appears on the display.
3
Press Play/Pause ( / ) repeatedly to select
“DVD—INIT.”
• Very humid or poorly ventilated
• Subject to extreme temperatures
• Very dusty
• Subject to smoke, steam, or hot temperatures,
such as a kitchen
Moving the DRX-730
Before you move the DRX-730, eject the disc if
loaded, close the disc tray, and press STANDBY/ON
to set it to standby. When the “STANDBY” message
has disappeared, disconnect the power cable from the
AC wall outlet.
PHONES
1
• Subject to direct sunlight
• Subject to vibration
PORTABLE
If you change your mind at this point, select
“DVD — NO REQ.” instead.
4
Press STANDBY/ON.
The DRX-730 is reset to its factory defaults and
goes on standby. Press STANDBY/ON again to
turn the DRX-730 back on.
The TV Screen, HDMI Resolution, and other
settings will be set to their factory defaults. The
HDMI Audio setting will be set to off.
Note:
• Disconnecting the power cable before the
“STANDBY” message has disappeared may reset
the DRX-730 to its factory defaults.
• Moving the DRX-730 with a disc inside may cause
damage.
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Appendix
Language, country, and region lists
Language list
■ Language (abbreviation), code number
Japanese (ja), 1001
English (en), 0514
French (fr), 0618
German (de), 0405
Italian (it), 0920
Spanish (es), 0519
Chinese (zh), 2608
Dutch (nl), 1412
Portuguese (pt), 1620
Swedish (sv), 1922
Russian (ru), 1821
Korean (ko), 1115
Greek (el), 0512
Afar (aa), 0101
Abkhazian (ab), 0102
Afrikaans (af), 0106
Amharic (am), 0113
Arabic (ar), 0118
Assamese (as), 0119
Aymara (ay), 0125
Azerbaijani (az), 0126
Bashkir (ba), 0201
Byelorussian (be), 0205
Bulgarian (bg), 0207
Bihari (bh), 0208
Bislama (bi), 0209
Bengali (bn), 0214
Tibetan (bo), 0215
Breton (br), 0218
Catalan (ca), 0301
Corsican (co), 0315
Czech (cs), 0319
Welsh (cy), 0325
Danish (da), 0401
Bhutani (dz), 0426
Esperanto (eo), 0515
Estonian (et), 0520
Basque (eu), 0521
Persian (fa), 0601
Finnish (fi), 0609
Fiji (fj), 0610
Faroese (fo), 0615
Frisian (fy), 0625
Irish (ga), 0701
Scots-Gaelic (gd), 0704
Galician (gl), 0712
Guarani (gn), 0714
Gujarati (gu), 0721
Hausa (ha), 0801
Hindi (hi), 0809
Croatian (hr), 0818
Hungarian (hu), 0821
Armenian (hy), 0825
Interlingua (ia), 0901
Interlingue (ie), 0905
Inupiak (ik), 0911
Indonesian (in), 0914
Icelandic (is), 0919
Hebrew (iw), 0923
Yiddish (ji), 1009
Javanese (jw), 1023
Georgian (ka), 1101
Kazakh (kk), 1111
Greenlandic (kl), 1112
Cambodian (km), 1113
Kannada (kn), 1114
Kashmiri (ks), 1119
Kurdish (ku), 1121
Kirghiz (ky), 1125
Latin (la), 1201
Lingala (ln), 1214
Laothian (lo), 1215
Lithuanian (lt), 1220
Latvian (lv), 1222
Malagasy (mg), 1307
Maori (mi), 1309
Macedonian (mk), 1311
Malayalam (ml), 1312
Mongolian (mn), 1314
Moldavian (mo), 1315
Marathi (mr), 1318
Malay (ms), 1319
Maltese (mt), 1320
Burmese (my), 1325
Nauru (na), 1401
Nepali (ne), 1405
Norwegian (no), 1415
Occitan (oc), 1503
Oromo (om), 1513
Oriya (or), 1518
Panjabi (pa), 1601
Polish (pl), 1612
Pashto, Pushto (ps), 1619
Quechua (qu), 1721
Rhaeto-Romance (rm), 1813
Kirundi (rn), 1814
Romanian (ro), 1815
Kinyarwanda (rw), 1823
Sanskrit (sa), 1901
Sindhi (sd), 1904
Sangho (sg), 1907
Serbo-Croatian (sh), 1908
Sinhalese (si), 1909
Slovak (sk), 1911
Slovenian (sl), 1912
Samoan (sm), 1913
Shona (sn), 1914
Somali (so), 1915
Albanian (sq), 1917
Serbian (sr), 1918
Siswati (ss), 1919
Sesotho (st), 1920
Sundanese (su), 1921
Swahili (sw), 1923
Tamil (ta), 2001
Telugu (te), 2005
Tajik (tg), 2007
Thai (th), 2008
Tigrinya (ti), 2009
Turkmen (tk), 2011
Tagalog (tl), 2012
Setswana (tn), 2014
Tonga (to), 2015
Turkish (tr), 2018
Tsonga (ts), 2019
Tatar (tt), 2020
Twi (tw), 2023
Ukrainian (uk), 2111
Urdu (ur), 2118
Uzbek (uz), 2126
Vietnamese (vi), 2209
Volapük (vo), 2215
Volof (wo), 2315
Xhosa (xh), 2408
Yoruba (yo), 2515
Zulu (zu), 2621
Malaysia, 1325, my
Mexico, 1324, mx
Netherlands, 1412, nl
New Zealand, 1426, nz
Norway, 1415, no
Pakistan, 1611, pk
Philippines, 1608, ph
Portugal, 1620, pt
Russian Federation, 1821, ru
Singapore, 1907, sg
Spain, 0519, es
Sweden, 1905, se
Switzerland, 0308, ch
Taiwan, 2023, tw
Thailand, 2008, th
United Kingdom, 0702, gb
USA, 2119, us
Country and region list
■ Language, code number, abbreviation
Argentina, 0118, ar
Australia, 0121, au
Austria, 0120, at
Belgium, 0205, be
Brazil, 0218, br
Canada, 0301, ca
Chile, 0312, cl
China, 0314, cn
Denmark, 0411, dk
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Finland, 0609, fi
France, 0618, fr
Germany, 0405, de
Hong Kong, 0811, hk
India, 0914, in
Indonesia, 0904, id
Italy, 0920, it
Japan, 1016, jp
Korea, Republic of, 1118, kr
Appendix
Troubleshooting
If you experience any issues while using the DRX-730, look them up in the following tables and try the suggested
solution. If an issue is not listed, or you cannot resolve it yourself, contact your Yamaha dealer.
General
Issue
The DRX-730 turns off as soon
as it’s turned on.
The speakers produce no
sound.
Possible cause
Solution
The power cable may not be
connected properly.
Make sure the power cable is
connected to the AC wall outlet
properly.
A speaker cable may be shorting.
Make sure the speaker cables are
connected properly (see page 9).
The DRX-730 may have been
subjected to a strong electrical
shock, such as lightning or
excessive static electricity.
Set the DRX-730 to standby, and
then disconnect the power cable.
Wait 30 seconds, reconnect the
power cable, and turn it back on
again.
The volume is set to minimum.
Increase the volume (see page 17).
The sound is muted.
Unmute the sound (see page 17
The wrong input source is selected. Select the correct input source (see
page 16).
There’s no TV picture.
The TV picture is not displayed
correctly.
The loaded disc is not supported.
Use only supported disc formats
(see page 57).
The TV cables are connected
incorrectly.
Check the TV cable connections
(see page 12).
If the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
and HDMI connections are used
simultaneously, the COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT jacks may output
progressive video regardless of the
Component Out setting.
Disconnect the HDMI component,
or connect a TV that supports
progressive video to the
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks
(see page 12).
The Video Output settings are
incorrect.
Check the Video Output settings
and correct as necessary (see
page 53).
The Component Out setting is set
to Progressive, but the TV
connected to the COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT does not support
progressive scanning.
Change the Component Out
setting to Interlace (see page 53).
The TV connected to the HDMI
jack does not support the selected
resolution.
Change the HDMI Resolution
setting to a resolution supported by
the HDMI TV (see page 53).
The wrong HDMI resolution is
selected or an HDMI error has
occurred.
Check the HDMI Resolution
setting and correct as necessary
(see page 53).
Reset the HDMI settings (see
page 53).
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Check the speaker cable
connections (see page 9).
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The message “HDMI ERROR” is
displayed or there’s no picture
on the HDMI TV.
The speaker cables are connected
incorrectly.
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Issue
Possible cause
Solution
The DRX-730 turned off
unexpectedly.
The sleep timer was set.
Turn the DRX-730 back on again.
The Auto Standby function
automatically set the DRX-730 to
standby.
Check the Auto Standby setting
(see page 22).
One speaker is quieter than the
other.
The cables are connected
incorrectly.
Check the cable connections (see
page 9).
The volume can’t be increased
or the sound is distorted.
The component connected to the
DRX-730’s AUX OUT jacks is
turned off.
Turn the component on.
Certain input sources can’t be
recorded.
The OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT
does not output signals from the
radio, DOCK, AUX IN, or
PORTABLE jacks.
To record from these sources,
connect the DRX-730’s AUX OUT
jacks to the analog audio input on
your recording component (see
page 49).
The DRX-730 doesn’t work
properly.
The DRX-730 may have been
subjected to a strong electrical
shock, such as lightning or
excessive static electricity, or there’s
been a drop in the power supply.
Set the DRX-730 to standby, and
then disconnect the power cable.
Wait 30 seconds, reconnect the
power cable, and turn it back on
again.
A digital or high-frequency
device close by emits noise.
The device may be too close to the
DRX-730.
Move the device away from the
DRX-730.
The clock is wrong.
The power has been disconnected
for more than 5 minutes (power
cable disconnected from the AC
wall outlet or a power outage).
Connect the DRX-730 to an AC
wall outlet, and then set the clock
(see page 21).
Remote control
Issue
The remote control doesn’t
work.
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Possible cause
Solution
The remote control is outside its
operating range.
Use the remote control within its
operating range (see page 8).
The DRX-730’s remote control
sensor is subject to direct sunlight
or inverter-type fluorescent
lighting.
Change the lighting or move
theDRX-730.
The wrong input source is selected.
Some buttons perform different
operations depending on which
input source is selected (see
page 6).
Select the correct input source (see
page 16).
The batteries have run out and
need replacing.
Replace both batteries with new
ones (see page 8).
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Playing discs
Issue
Possible cause
Solution
Some functions don’t work.
Not all discs support all of the
Try another disc.
DRX-730’s disc playback functions.
Playback won’t start, the
picture or sound is noisy, or
playback stops unexpectedly.
The disc is not properly set on the
disc tray.
Place the disc, label-side up, in the
center of the disc tray (see page 23).
The disc is dirty.
Check the disc and clean as
necessary (see page 60).
The loaded disc is not supported.
Use only supported disc formats
(see page 57).
Condensation on the pickup lens.
When the DRX-730 is moved from
a cold environment to a warm one,
condensation may form on the
pickup lens.
Wait for one to two hours for the
condensation to evaporate, then try
again.
When a DVD-Video disc is
loaded, the same message
keeps appearing and the disc’s
menu or content cannot be
accessed.
The Resume or Last Memory
function is working.
Press Stop ( ) twice to cancel the
Resume function.
Can’t select foreign language
soundtracks or subtitles.
The loaded disc does not contain
foreign language soundtracks or
subtitles.
See the disc’s packaging for details
on foreign language soundtracks
and subtitles.
Operation is restricted by the disc.
Use the disc’s menu to select foreign
language soundtracks and subtitles.
Subtitles are turned off.
Select a subtitle (see page 27).
The loaded disc does not contain
subtitles.
See the disc’s packaging for details
on subtitles.
When using A–B repeat playback,
subtitles outside of the specified
section may not be displayed.
Turn off A–B repeat playback (see
page 29).
Can’t select camera angles.
The loaded disc does not contain
multiple camera angles.
See the disc’s packaging for details
on multiple camera angles.
Can’t play some files.
Only MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC,
and JPEG files with no copy
protection (DRM) can be played.
Use files with no copy protection.
The file format is not supported.
Use only supported file formats
(see pages 58 and 59).
Can’t record a DVD.
The DVD is copy protected.
Most DVD-Video discs are copy
protected and cannot be recorded.
The TV picture is disturbed.
The picture may be disturbed while
rewinding or fast forwarding.
This is not a malfunction.
The picture is stretched or black
bars are displayed.
The TV Screen setting is set
incorrectly.
Check the TV Screen setting and
change as necessary (see page 53).
Ghosting appears in some areas
of the picture.
The video material is incompatible
with the Progressive Scanning
function due to the way in which it
was edited or the type of material it
is.
Change the Component Out
setting to Interlace (see page 53).
Subtitles are not displayed.
Reset the DRX-730 to delete the
stored Resume data (see page 61).
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Issue
Possible cause
Solution
The disc ejected as soon as it
was loaded.
The loaded disc is not supported.
Use only supported disc formats
(see page 57).
The message “No Disc” is
displayed even though a disc is
loaded.
The disc is not properly set on the
disc tray.
Place the disc, label-side up, in the
center of the disc tray (see page 23).
Can’t display the Setup, Initial
These menus can be displayed only
Settings, or Video Adjust menu. when the DVD input source is
selected.
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Select the DVD input source (see
page 16).
Appendix
Tuner
■ FM/AM
Issue
Possible cause
Solution
Cannot select radio presets.
The presets have been deleted.
Preset the radio stations again (see
page 38).
The presets have been deleted.
The DRX-730 has been
disconnected from the AC wall
outlet for more than a week.
Make sure the power cable is
connected properly, and then
preset the radio stations again (see
page 38).
■ FM
Issue
Reception is noisy.
Possible cause
Solution
The FM antenna is not connected
properly.
Make sure the FM antenna is
connected properly (see page 11).
The signal from the tuned FM
station is weak, or reception of that
station in your area is poor.
Reduce the noise by switching to
Manual Tuning mode (see
page 37), or connect an outdoor
FM antenna (sold separately).
Consult an qualified antenna
installer in your area for more
details.
Multipath interference due to the
Reception is poor (sound is
distorted) even with an outdoor FM signal being reflected off
mountains, tall buildings, or other
FM antenna.
obstacles.
Adjust the FM antenna’s height,
direction, or location.
Auto Tuning can’t locate certain
radio stations.
Try switching to Manual Tuning
mode (see page 37), or connect an
outdoor FM antenna (sold
separately). Consult an qualified
antenna installer in your area for
more details.
The signal from the FM station is
weak, or reception of that station in
your area is poor.
■ AM
Issue
Reception is very noisy.
Solution
The AM indoor antenna is too
close to the DRX-730.
Move the antenna away from the
DRX-730, or try adjusting the
direction of the antenna.
The DRX-730 is too close to the
TV, particularly if the noise occurs
in the evening.
Move the DRX-730 away from the
TV.
The AM loop antenna is not
connected properly.
Make sure the AM loop antenna is
connected properly (see page 11).
The signal from the tuned AM
station is weak, or reception of that
station in your area is poor.
Try switching to Manual Tuning
mode (see page 37).
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It can be difficult to completely
eliminate this type of noise.
However, it can sometimes be
reduced by connecting an outdoor
AM antenna or by grounding the
antenna (see page 11).
Appendix
Auto Tuning can’t locate certain
radio stations.
Possible cause
Atmospheric interference or
lightning, or the DRX-730 is
picking up noise from fluorescent
lighting, motors, or electrical
appliances with a thermostat.
Appendix
Timer
Issue
Possible cause
Solution
Can’t set the timer.
The clock has not yet been set.
Set the clock (see page 21).
The timer didn’t work.
The on and off times are set to the
same time.
Set the on and off times correctly
(see page 41).
iPod playback
Issue
iPod playback doesn’t work.
Possible cause
Solution
The iPod is not seated in the
Yamaha iPod universal dock
properly.
Make sure the iPod is seated in the
Yamaha iPod universal dock
properly (see page 43).
The dock cable is not connected to
the Yamaha iPod universal dock or
DRX-730 properly.
Check the dock cable connections
and correct as necessary (see
page 43).
Some iPod functions don’t work
as expected.
Make sure your iPod has the latest
Depending on your iPod model
and its firmware version, some iPod firmware installed. See the Apple
Web site for details.
functions may not work as
expected, and some may not work
at all.
When playing a video on an
iPod, video playback does not
appear on the iPod’s display.
The iPod is set to display video on a
TV.
With the iPod seated in the Yamaha
iPod universal dock, set the iPod’s
TV Out setting to Off.
The message “Unknown iPod” is
displayed.
The iPod is not supported.
Use only supported iPod models
(see page 43).
The message “Disconnected” is
displayed.
There’s no iPod in the Yamaha iPod
universal dock.
Insert your iPod into the Yamaha
iPod universal dock (see page 43).
USB storage device playback
Issue
Can’t play content stored on a
USB mass storage device.
Can’t play some files.
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Possible cause
Solution
Not all USB storage devices are
recognized by the DRX-730.
Try another USB storage device.
Only USB storage devices
formatted with FAT16 or FAT32
are supported.
Reformat the USB storage device
with FAT16 or FAT32.
The USB storage device is
connected to a USB hub, but the
DRX-730 does not support USB
hubs.
Connect the USB storage device
directly to the DRX-730’s USB port.
Only MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC,
and JPEG files with no copy
protection (DRM) can be played.
Use files with no copy protection.
The file format is not supported.
Use only supported file formats
(see pages 58 and 59).
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Issue
Possible cause
The message “NO USB” or “USB
ERROR” is displayed.
The USB device is not compatible,
or the DRX-730 cannot supply
enough power to the device for it to
function properly.
Solution
Turn the DRX-730 off and on
again.
Set the DRX-730 to standby,
disconnect the USB storage device,
and then reconnect it.
Select the USB input source, and
then connect the USB device.
Select a different input source and
select USB again.
If the USB storage device came with
its own power adapter, use it to
power the USB storage device while
it’s connected to the DRX-730.
If the message still appears, the USB
storage device is probably
incompatible with the DRX-730.
Bluetooth playback
Issue
Can’t connect to a Bluetoothcompatible music player or
mobile phone.
Possible cause
Solution
The dock cable is not connected to
the Yamaha YBA-10 or DRX-730
properly.
Check the dock cable connections
and correct as necessary (see
page 47).
The Bluetooth device doesn’t
support A2DP or AVRCP.
Use a Bluetooth device that
supports A2DP or AVRCP.
The Bluetooth device is too far
away from the Yamaha YBA-10.
Make sure the Bluetooth device is
in line of sight of the Yamaha
YBA-10 and within 10 meters
(33 ft.).
There’s an obstacle between the
Bluetooth device and the Yamaha
YBA-10.
Move the Yamaha YBA-10 away
from the device.
Pairing has not been performed.
Pair the Bluetooth device with the
DRX-730 (see page 47).
The Bluetooth functionality on the
Bluetooth device is disabled.
Make sure Bluetooth functionality
is enabled on the Bluetooth device.
Some functions don’t work as
expected.
Depending on your Bluetooth
device and its firmware version,
some functions may not work as
expected, and some may not work
at all.
Use a compatible Bluetooth device.
The message “Not found” is
displayed.
The last Bluetooth device used with
the DRX-730 cannot be found.
Make sure the Bluetooth device is
discoverable and within range (see
page 47).
The message “Not Available” is
displayed.
You cannot pair the Yamaha
YBA-10 with a new Bluetooth
device while it’s already connected
to another device.
Disconnect the currently
connected device before pairing
with the new device.
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A device close by is transmitting at
2.4 GHz (e.g., a microwave oven or
wireless network device).
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Appendix
Specifications
Amplifier section
DVD section
• Minimum RMS output power per channel (20 kHz Factory LPF)
(6 Ω, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD)......................................... 20 W + 20 W
• Maximum RMS output power per channel (20 kHz Factory LPF)
(6 Ω, 1 kHz, 10% THD).......................................... 30 W + 30 W
• Total harmonic distortion
AUX, PORTABLE (20 kHz–LPF, 1 kHz, 1 W) . less than 0.05%
• Input sensitivity/impedance
AUX, PORTABLE (1 kHz, 20 W).........................400 mV/47 kΩ
• Frequency response
AUX, PORTABLE.....................................10 Hz to 22 kHz ±3 dB
• Signal to noise ratio
(AUX, PORTABLE, IHF-A input shorted) ........more than 95 dB
• AUX OUT
Output level (1 kHz 0 dB) .............................................2 V (±0.3)
Signal to noise ratio...........................................more than 100 dB
Dynamic range (48 kHz, 24 bit) ........................more than 95 dB
Total harmonic distortion .................................. less than 0.005%
Frequency response
CD-DA/VIDEO CD .........................................10 Hz–20 kHz
DVD (48 kHz)...................................................10 Hz–22 kHz
DVD (96 kHz)...................................................10 Hz–44 kHz
• Video output
Composite ....................................................................1 Vp-p/75Ω
Component ........................................................... 1 Vp-p/75Ω (Y)
0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω (PB, PR)
• RGB (SCART) .....................................................................0.7 Vp-p
Tuner section
■ FM section
General
• Tuning range
U.S.A. and Canada models ........................................87.5 to 107.9
Taiwan and Asia models ............... 87.5 to 107.9 or 87.5 to 108.0
Other models ................................................... 87.5 to 108.0 MHz
• Signal to noise ratio (mono) ...................................................75 dB
• Sensitivity (S/N 30 dB) .......................................................... 1.0 µV
• Power supply
U.S.A. and Canada models.................................AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Australia model....................................................AC 240 V, 50 Hz
U.K., Europe, and Russia models....................... AC 230 V, 50 Hz
Korea model .........................................................AC 220 V, 60 Hz
Asia model..............................................AC 220–240 V, 50/60 Hz
China model.........................................................AC 220 V, 50 Hz
Taiwan model.......................................................AC 110 V, 60 Hz
• Power consumption ................................................................. 30 W
• Standby power consumption .................................... less than 1 W
• Laser pickup
Type ............................................... Semiconductor laser AlGaInP
Wavelength ......................... 655 nm (DVD), 790 nm (VCD/CD)
Output power..........................5 mW (DVD), 7 mW (VCD/CD)
• Dimensions (W x H x D) ...............................215 x 113 x 300 mm
(8.46 x 4.45 x 11.81 in.)
• Weight....................................................................................... 2.9 kg
(6.4 lbs.)
• Operating Temperature Range .................. 5 to 35ºC (41 to 95ºF)
• Operating Humidity Range ..............5 to 90% (no condensation)
■ AM section
• Tuning range
U.S.A. and Canada models ................................. 530 to 1710 kHz
Taiwan and Asia models ...530 to 1710 kHz or 531 to 1611 kHz
Other models ....................................................... 531 to 1611 kHz
• Signal to noise ratio..................................................................32 dB
• Sensitivity (S/N 20 dB) ......................................................... 700 µV
Audio format
• Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG decoding
• PCM DATA: 16 bit
• LPCM DATA: 20/24 bit
Fs: 44.1, 48 kHz, 88.2/96 kHz downmix support
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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