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Operations .................
Technical Information
Troubleshooting ........
Specifications ............
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this appliance
to rain or moisture.
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
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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,
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The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert you to the presence
of important operating and maintenance (ser-
vicing) instructions in the literature accompany-
ing the appliance.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1 Read Instructions — All the safety and
operating instructions should be read before the
appliance is operated.
2 Retain Instructions — The safety and operating
instructions should be retained for future reference.
3 Heed Warnings — All warnings on the
appliance and in the operating instructions should
be adhered to. |
4 Follow Instructions — All operating and other
instructions should be followed.
5 Water and Moisture — The appliance should
not be used near water — for example, near a
bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a
wel basement, or near a swimming pool, etc.
6 Carts and Stands — The appliance should be
used only with a cart or stand is recommended
by the manufacturer.
7 Wall or Ceiling Mounting — The appliance
should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as
recommended by the manufacturer.
8 Ventilation — The appliance should be situated
so that its location or position does not interfere
with its proper ventilation. For example, the
appliance should not be situated on a bed, sofa,
rug, or similar surface that may block the
ventilation openings; or placed in a built-in
installation, such as a bookcase or cabinet that
may impede the flow of air through the ventilation
openings.
9 Heat — The appliance should be situated
away from heat sources such as radiators, or
other appliances that produce heat.
10 Power Sources — The appliance should be
connected to a power supply only of the type
described in the operating instructions or as
marked on the appliance.
11 Power-Cord Protection — Power-supply cords
should be. routed so that they are not likely to be
walked on or pinched by items placed upon or
against them, paying particular attention to cords
at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where they exit from the appliance.
12 Cleaning - The appliance should be cleaned
only as. recommended by the manufacturer.
13 Nonuse Periods — The power cord of the
appliance should be unplugged from the outlet
when left unused for a long period of time.
14 Object and Liquid Entry — Care should be
taken so that objects do not fall into and liquids
not spilled into the inside of the appliance.
15 Damage Requiring Service ~ The appliance
should be serviced by qualified service personnel
when: |
A. The power-supply cord or the plug has been
damaged; or
B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been
spiled into the appliance; or
C. The appliance has been exposed to rain; or
D. The appliance does not appear to operate
normally or exhibits a marked change in
perfromance; or
E. The appliance has been dropped, or the
cabinet damaged.
16 Servicing — The user should not attempt to
service the appliance beyond those means
described in the operating instructions. All other
servicing should be referred to qualified service
personnel.
17 Power Lines — An outdoor antenna should
be located away from power lines.
18 Grounding or Polarization — The precautions
that should be taken so that the grounding or
polarization means of an appliance is not
defeated.
19 Outdoor Antenna Grounding — If an outside
antenna is connected to the receiver, be sure the
antenna system is grounded so as to provide
some protection against voltage surges and built
up static charges.
Section 810 of the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1984, provides information with
respect to proper grounding of the mast and
supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire
to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding
conductors, location of antenna-discharge unit,
connection to grounding electrodes, and
requirements for the grounding electrode.
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POWER LINES
SERVICE
CONDUCTORS
SERVICE ENTRANCE
MENT ———
POWER SERVICE
GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(e.g. Interior metal water pipe)
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No. 8 AWG (8 4mm?) aluminium,
No. 17 AWG (1.0mm?) copper-clad
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a EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING ACCORDING TO NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE N
INSTRUCTIONS (CONTAINED IN ARTICLE 180 — "RADIO AND TELEVISION EQUIPMENT”)
GROUND CLAMPS
g EY GRO NOR
BONDING JUMPER (9) Г WIRE (a. 5) TO EXTERNAL ANTENNA
(a): Use No. 10 AWG (5.3mm) copper, (b) Secure antenna lead-in and ground (d): Use jumper wire nol smaller than
wires to house with stand-off insula-
{ors spaced from 4 - 6 feet (1,27 -
steel or bronze wire, or larger, as 1.83 mj apa
Mount antenna dischanrge unit as
close as possible to where lead-in
\ enters house.
GROUND CLAMP \
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ANTENNA
LEAD-IN WIRE
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT (c)
TERMINALS OF PRODUCT
GROUND CLAMPS
i, OPTIONAL ANTENNA GROUNDING ELECTRODE
DRIVEN 8 FEET (2.44 m} INTO THE EARTH IF
Ae. By LOCAL CODES. SEE NEC SECTION
№. В AWG {13.3 mm?) copper, or
the equivalent when a separate
antenna-grounding electrode is
used. See NEC Section 810-21 (j)
CAUTION: READ THIS BEFORE
OPERATING YOUR RX-1100U
1. The RX-1100U is a sophisticated receiver. To
ensure proper operation for the best possible
performance, please read this manual carefully.
2. Choose the installation location of your
RX-1100U carefully. Avoid placing it in direct
sunlight or close to a source of heat. Also avoid
locations subject to vibration and excessive dust,
heat, cold or moisture. Keep it away from such
sources of hum as transformers or motors.
3. Do not open the cabinet as this might result
in damage to the set, or electrical shock. If a
foreign object should get into the set, contact your
dealer.
4. To prevent lightning damage, pull out the
power cord and remove the antenna cable during
an electrical storm.
5. When removing the power plug from the wall
outlet, always pull directly on the plug; never pull
the cord itself.
6. Do not use force when using the switches.
7. When moving the set be sure to first pull out
the power plug and remove cords connected to
other equipment.
8. Do not attempt to clean the RX- 41000 with
chemical solvent as this might damage the finish.
Use a clean, dry cloth. |
9. Be sure to read the “Troubleshooting” section
for advice on common operating errors before
concluding that your RX-1100U is faulty.
10. Keep this manual in a safe place for future
reference.
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Amplifier section
O POWER switch
Press this switch to turn the power on. Press
the switch again to turn the power off.
D DNC (dynamic noise canceller)
indicator
Lights when the DNC switch €) is set to ON.
O SIMULATED STEREO indicator
Lights when the SIMULATED STEREO
switch @ is set to ON.
( Input selectors and indicators
Used to select the program source to be
heard.
@ MUTE button and indicator
Press this bution to mute the sound level by
20 dB. Press the button again to resume
original sound level. - |
This button is very convenient for lowering
the volume level temporarily (for instance, to
answer a phone call) without disturbing the
original volume level setting.
O VOLUME control and indicator
This control is used to raise or lower the
output volume level.
{) Continuous variable LOUDNESS control
This control allows you to retain full tonal
range at any volume levels. Your ear loses
sensitivity to high and low frequency ranges
at low volume settings. This control provides
an equalization curve based on human hearing.
. To adjust the LOUDNESS control to your
listening level, first, set the control to the
FLAT position, increase the VOLUME control
to your loudest listening level, then turn the
LOUDNESS control counterclockwise to
reduce the volume level.
@ REMOTE CONTROL sensor
This is used to receive signals from the
remote control transmitter.
ED REC OUT selectors
VIDEQ REC OUT selector
Use this selector to select the video source
to be recorded. At SOURCE A á Y position,
the video and/or audio source selected with
the input selectors 4 is selected.
AUDIO REC OUT selector
Use this selector to select the audio source
to be recorded.
Uy SIMULATED STEREO switch
When this switch is set to ON, depth and
imaging of a monaural audio source, such as
video and TV sound, are increased.
G) DNC switch
When this switch is set to ON, the Dynamic
Noise Canceller, an exclusive YAMAHA noise
reduction system functions to increase the
S/N (signal-to-noise ratio) of any source.
E) BALANCE control
Use this control to concurrently change the
left and right output volume to the speaker
terminals to compensate for sound imbalance
caused from speaker settings or listening
room condition.
BASS
Used to increase or decrease the low
frequency response. The DEFEAT position
produces flat response.
MID
Used to increase or decrease the high
frequency response. The DEFEAT position
produces flat response.
TREBLE
Used to increase or decrease the high
frequency response. The DEFEAT position
produces flat response.
E) TONE BYPASS switch
When this switch is set to ON, the input
signal does not pass through the tone
control circuitry so that it is unaffected by the
tone control circuitry.
Use this switch to obtain pure sound and to
check the tone control setting.
Set this switch to OFF to activate the tone
control circuitry.
€) SPEAKERS selectors
Used to select the speaker system to be
used.
The B and C SPEAKERS terminals are
configured in series. When using either the
speaker system connected to B or C
SPEAKER terminals independently of the
other, it is necessary that the terminals not
being used should be OFF with the `
SPEAKERS selector.
6) PHONES jack
Plug in the headphones to this jack. To shut
off the sound from the speakers, set the
SPEAKERS selectors to OFF.
Tuner section
@ P1-P8/P9-P16 indicator
Indicates the range of the preset station
buttons.
O AUTO indicator
Lights when the TUNING MODE button @ is
set to AUTO.
@ IF MODE indicators
AUTO indicator
This indicator lights when the auto IF mode
Is selected with the IF MODE button #3
WIDE and NARROW indicators
These indicators shows the IF MODE
selected with the IF MODE button or in the
auto IF mode.
O ST (stereo) indicator
Lights when an FM stereo broadcasting with
a sufficient signal strength is received with
the TUNING MODE buiton set to AUTO.
© STATION FREQUENCY display
Displays the band and frequency of the
received frequency.
O MEMO (memory) indicator
Flickers for about 5 seconds when the
MEMORY button €) is pressed.
O FINE TUNING indicator
This indicator lights when the FINE TUNING
button @ is operated.
© csL (computer servo lock) indicator
This indicator lights when a broadcasting
signal with a sufficient level is locked with
YAMAHA CSL system. A station signal is
initially tuned in with a PLL tuning synthesizer
tuning circuit. When the signal received is a
strong, high-quality signal, the CSL system
selects the FM servo tuning circuit to
maximize reproduction quality.
I) SIGNAL QUALITY indicator
Indicates the level of the received frequency.
If the multipath interference is detected, the
level of the signal quality indication
decreases.
@ TUNING button |
Press either side of the TUNING button to
carry out auto or manual tuning.
BD FINE TUNING button
Press either side of the FINE TUNING button
to tune In the station precisely. When this
button is pressed, the displayed frequency
changes by 0.01 MHz in FM and 1 kHz in
AM band. |
@ MODE switch
Used to select the monaural or stereo mode.
@ TUNING MODE button
Used to select the tuning mode between
AUTO and MANL FM MONO. In the MAN'L
FM MONO mode, an FM stereo braodcasting
Is received in monaural.
@ FM/AM button
Press this button to select the reception
band between FM and AM.
@ IF MODE button
‘Use this button to select auto IF mode,
- NARROW or WIDE IF mode. When the auto
IF mode is selected with this button, the
optimum IF mode is selected automatically.
When the reception signal is strong, press
this button so that the WIDE indicator lights
up to obtain the distortion-free sound.
When the reception signal is weak or when
the desired station is interfered with adjacent
stations, press this button so that the
NARROW indicator lights up to increase the
selectivity.
€) MEMORY button
When this button is pressed, the MEMO
indicator flickers in the display for about 5
seconds. During this period, press the
desired preset station button to store the
displayed frequency.
& P1-P8/P9-P16 button
Press this button to change the range of
preset station buttons. When this button is
pressed, the selected range of the P1-P8/P9-
P16 indicators flickers for about 5 seconds.
€) Preset station buttons and indicators
Up to 16 station frequencies and reception
modes can be stored using the preset
station button. The indicator above the
selected preset station button lights.
Video section
® VIDEO LEVEL control
This control is used to increase or decrease
the overall level of the enhanced video signal
with the VIDEO ENHANCER button @ set to
- ON. Normally, set this control to center click
position.
O DETAIL control
This control is used to compensate for video
signal detail loss (i.e. increase subtle
testures) with the VIDEO ENHANCER button
set to ON.
O VIDEO ENHANCER button and
indicator
Press this button to operate the VIDEO
LEVEL and DETAIL controls.
To activate VIDEO LEVEL and DETAIL
controls for video recording, be sure to set
the VIDEO REC OUT selector to SOURCE À
& V position and select the video program to
be recorded with the input selector key.
After unpacking, check that the following parts are contained.
Remote control transmitter
Batteries (size “AA”, R06)
Indoor FM antenna
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REAR PANEL
AC QUTLETS
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& Antenna terminals
Connect an FM and AM antennas to these
terminals.
© GND terminal
Connect the ground wire of a turntable.
© PHONO selector
Set this selector according the type of the
cartridge, MM (moving magnet) or MC
(moving coil} used in your turntable.
&) PRE OUT/MAIN IN jacks
For extra system flexibility, this unit allows
you to connect a signal processing system,
such as a graphic equalizer or sound
processor. For connection of each unit, refer
to the Owner's Manual attached to the unit
to be connected.
© SPEAKERS terminals
Three pairs of speakers A, B and C can be
connected to these terminals.
& AC OUTLETS
Use these to connect the power cords from
your components to the receiver.
The power to the SWITCHED outlets Is
controlled by the receiver's POWER switch or
remote control transmitters POWER key. They
Will supply power to any component
whenever this unit is turned on.
The power to the UNSWITCHED outlet is not
controlled by the receiver. It will continually
supply power to any unit connected.
The maximum power (total power
consumption of components) that can be
connected to the. UNSWITCHED AC OUTLET
is 200 watts and to the SWITCHED AC
OUTLETs is 60 watts.
“Y Audio signal connection jacks
PHONO
Connect a turntable.
CD
Connect a compact disc player.
TAPE 1
Connect a first tape deck.
TAPE 2
Connect a second tape deck.
CO REMOTE CONTROL connectors
Use these to connect compatible YAMAHA
components (with an === mark) to your
receiver for remote control of each
component.
PHONO |
Connect to a turntable using the cable with a
mini-plug connectors.
TAPE 1/2
Connect to a cassette tape deck using the
cable with 6-pin connector.
© Video unit AUDIO SIGNAL connection
jacks |
Use these to connect the audio signal cords
from your components to the receiver. They
should be connected to the proper
input/output jacks for each unit. Be sure that
L and R channels are connected consistently.
VDP |
Connect an audio signal of the video disc
player.
VCR 1/2
Connect an audio signal of the video
cassette recorder for both recording and
playback. |
Ч? VIDEO SIGNAL jacks
Use these to connect the video signal cords
from your components to the receiver. They
should be connected to the proper
input/output jacks for each unit.
VCR 1/2
Connect a video recorder for both recording
and playback.
VDP
Connect a video disc player.
VIDEO OUT
-Connnect a monitor TV.
REMOTE CONTI ROL TRANSMITTER
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O POWER key
Press this key to tum the power of receiver
ON and OFF.
@ Tuner section
These keys are used to select the broadcast
station - preset.
UP
Press to select the preset station. Each time
this key is pressed, the preset number is
increased by one. (Ex: P7— P8) When the
key is pressed during the P8 (P16) station is
received, the preset number will be changed
to Pi (P9).
DOWN
Press to select the preset station. Each time
this key is pressed, the preset number is
decreased by one. (Ex: P8— P7) When the
key is pressed during the P1 (P9) station is
received, the preset number will be changed
to P8 (P16).
P1-P8/P9-P16 |
Each time this key is pressed, the preset —
station range is changed between P1-P8 and
P9-P16 alternately.
O Turntable section
This key is used to start and stop record
play on the turntable with === mark
connected to this unit. This key functions
same as the PLAY/CUT key on the turntable.
Pressing this key starts record play and
pressing it again stops playing.
O Tape deck section
These keys are used to operate the cassette
deck with z= mark connected to this unit.
A-B
Press to select the deck to be operated
between the deck A and B on the double
cassette deck.
Press to rewind the tape.
PLAY
Press to start tape play. When the double
cassette deck is used, pressing the key
starts tape play on the last playing deck.
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Press to fast forward the tape.
REC/PAUSE
Press to set to recording pause mode.
STOP
Press to stop the tape.
REC MUTE | |
Press to make the non-recorded section
during recording.
O MUTE key
Press this key to mute the sound level by
about —20dB. Press the key again to
resume original sound level.
O input selector keys
Select the desired programs source with
these keys.
O CD player section
The CD player with == mark can be
controlled directly with the remote control
transmitter. - -
+
Press to advance to the beginning of the
next tune.
Press to return to the beginning of the
current tune. When this key is pressed at the
beginning of the tune, the play will start at
the beginning of the previous tune.
PAUSE/STOP
Used to sel the player to pause or stop
mode. Pressing the key once to stop play
temporarily and pressing it again stops play.
PLAY
Press this key to start play.
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Press to fast forward the tune.
Press to fast rewind the tune.
€) VOLUME control keys
These keys are used to adjust the volume
level heard from the headphones jack or the
speakers connected to this unit.
The remote control transmitter supplied with
your receiver is designed to control all the
most commonly used features of the receiver.
If the CD player, turntable and cassette deck
connected to your receiver are YAMAHA
components designed for remote control
compatibility (components with an == mark),
then this remote control transmitter will also
control various functions of each component.
Please consult your YAMAHA dealer for
information on which components are
compatible with the remote control transmitter.
Note that this Remote Control will directly
‘operate any compatible YAMAHA CD player.
BATTERY INSTALLATION
The remote control unit uses 2 batteries (size
“AA”, R06). Install them according to the
following illustration. Be sure that they are
installed correctly.
OPERATION RANGE
You must point the remote control unit
toward the receiver and be within about 7
meters (23 feet) of it for proper operation.
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
When the remote controllable distance
becomes short, batteries are exhausted.
Replace two batteries with new ones.
Battery cautions
Incorrect use of the battery may cause
leakage or explosion. Be careful the following
items:
When replacing:
® Place the batteries in correct (+) and (—)
polarities as indicated in the battery
compartment.
e Do not use the old battery together with.
new one.
e Do not use the different kind of batteries
at the same time even though in the
same shape.
Rechargeable batteries:
e There are two Kinds of batteries in the
market; rechargeable and non-
rechargeable. Read the caution labeles on
the battery carefully.
Use with the remote control transmitter:
e When not in use for an extended period of
time, remove the batteries from the remote
control transmitter.
® Replace the exhausted batteries earlier in
good time.
To prevent accident:
e Never disassemble, heat the battery, or
throw into the fire. Dispose the batteries in
the specified places.
e Do not connect (short) (+) and (—)
directly with the metal piece, etc.
in case of leakage:
Wipe off the electrolyte in the battery
compartment completely before replace with
the new batteries.
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Antenna connections
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NOTES ON CONNECTIONS
e Be sure to turn off the power to all units
before making any connections.
e The power cord and AC outlet have
polarity indicators — a minus sign with the.
cord and sockets of a different size with
the AC outlet. The purpose of this is to
match polarities.
Observe the polarity marks when
connecting the AC outlets of receiver and
other equipment.
ANTENNA CONNECTIONS
® AM loop antenna
Connect the AM loop antenna cords to the
AM ANT and GND terminals.
O Lower the knobs of the terminals.
@ Connect the loop antenna cords to the
AM ANT and GND terminals.
© Raise the knobs.
@ Attach the loop antenna holder to the
unit.
® Move the AM loop antenna for best
reception. The AM loop antenna can be
detached from the unit and hung on a
wall.
® Outdoor AM antenna
The end of the wire should be stripped of
insulation and connected to the AM ANT
terminal. At this time, keep the loop antenna
connected.
® Supplied indoor FM antenna
Connect the supplied indoor antenna to the
terminals on the supplied 75-ohm/300-ohm
antenna adapter. Attach the ring of the
antenna adapter to the contacts and connect
the antenna adapter to the 75 {3 UNBAL FM
ANT terminal. -
e Outdoor FM antenna
75-ohm coaxial cable connection
1. Arrange the end of the coaxial cable.
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2. Connect the coaxial cable to the antenna
adapter as shown below. Attach the ring
of the antenna adapter to the boss in
the antenna adapter cover. Connect the
antenna adapter to the 75 Q UNBAL. FM
ANT terminal.
® 300-ohm feeder connection
Connect the 300-ohm feeder to the terminals
of the supplied 75-ohm/300-ohm antenna
adapter, attach the ring of the antenna
adapter to the contacts, then insert into the
75 © UNBAL. FM ANT terminal.
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e Power cord
Connect the power cord of your receiver to
an AC outlet.
e Speakers
Connect the SPEAKERS terminals to your
speakers with the proper gauge of wire, cut
to be as short as possible. Loosen the
SPEAKERS terminal knob, insert the bare
wires and turn the SPEAKERS terminal
counterclockwise. If these connections are
faulty, no sound will be heard from the
speakers. Make sure that the polarity of the
speaker wires is correct, that is, that the +
and — markings are observed. If these wires
are reversed, the sound will be unnatural and
will lack bass. Do not coil up excess speaker
wire or bundle the speaker cables with the
— power cords.
e Turntable
Connect the output cords of the turntable to
the PHONO jacks, and connect the ground
cord to the GND terminal. This should
produce minimum hum, but in some cases
better results are obtained with this cord
disconnected.
e Compact disc player
Connect the output jacks of the compact
disc player to the CD jacks.
e Tape deck 1/2
Connect the cords from a cassette deck to
the TAPE 1 or 2 jacks. The playback (LINE
OUT) jacks of tape deck go to the TAPE PB
jacks of this unit, and the record (LINE IN)
jacks of tape deck go to the REC OUT jacks
of this unit.
® VCR 1/2
Connect the audio jacks of a video cassette
recorder to the AUDIO SIGNAL VCR 1 or 2
jacks in. The AUDIO OUT jacks of video
cassette recorder go to the AUDIO SIGNAL
VCR 1 or 2 IN jacks of this unit and the
AUDIO IN jacks of video cassette recorder
go to the AUDIO SIGNAL VCR 1 or 2 OUT
jacks of this unit.
Connect the video jacks of a video cassette
recorder to the VIDEO SIGNAL VCR jacks.
The VIDEO OUT jack of video cassette
recorder goes to the VIDEO SIGNAL VCR 1
or 2 IN jack of this unit and the VIDEO IN
jack of video cassette recorder goes to the
VIDEO SIGNAL VCR 1 or 2 OUT jack of this
unit. | |
e Video disc player
Connect the video output jack from a video
disc player to the VIDEO SIGNAL VDP jack.
Connect the audio output jacks from a video
disc player to the AUDIO SIGNAL VDP jacks.
11001
® Monitor TV
Connect the video jack from a monitor to the
VIDEO OUT jack.
e Other audio component
For extra system flexibility, this unit allows
you to connect a signal processing system,
such as graphic equalizer, sound processor,
etc., in the signal path prior to the tone
control circuitry. To connect these units, pull
out the jumper pins from the PRE OUT/MAIN
IN jacks, connect the inputs of the unit to
the PRE OUT jacks and outputs to the MAIN
IN jacks. For details, refer to the Owners
Manual attached to the unit to be connected.
e Remote control cable |
The REMOTE CONTROL connectors are used
when you have YAMAHA compatible
components (with an =23s% mark).
These connections allow you to control the
components from the supplied remote control
transmitter.
Connect the remote control cables from the
components to the correct connectors an
your receiver (i.e. PHONO, TAPE).
Note that no cable is necessary for a
compatible CD player as the remote control
transmitter operates the player directly.
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TO LISTEN TO RADIO PROGRAM
Auto Tuning
If signals are strong and there is no
interference, quick automatic search tuning is
possible.
1. Press the TUNER input selector.
2. Select the reception band with FM/AM
button.
3. Press the TUNING MODE button so that
the AUTO indicator lights up.
4. Select the IF mode with the IF MODE
button.
5. Use the TUNING button to tune.
The tuning will start automatically and
stop at broadcast station frequency with
a sufficient signal strength.
6. If the station where tuning stops is not
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the one you want, press the TUNING
button once again.
7. Adjust the VOLUME control, TONE
controls, DNC switch.
e When an FM stereo broadcast with a
sufficient signal strength is received, the
ST indicator lights.
e When the received station is locked with
the computer servo lock system, the CSL
indicator lights.
Manual Tuning |
Auto tuning may be impossible if the station
signal is weak. If so, use manual tuning.
1. Press the TUNER input selector.
2. Select the reception band with FM/AM
button.
3. Press the TUNING MODE button so that
the AUTO indicator goes off.
4. Select the AUTO IF mode or NARROW IF
mode with the IF MODE button.
Use the TUNING button to tune.
The frequency will change rapidly if the
TUNING button is kept pressed. Release
it slightly before reaching the desired
frequency, and then press it intermittently
until the desired frequency is reached.
Use the FINE TUNING button to tune in
the station precisely.
Adjust the VOLUME control, TONE
controls, DNC switch and SIMULATED
STEREO switch accordingly.
Preset Tuning
The preset station button can be used to
select, at a single touch, any desired station
1.
which has been preset.
Tune to the desired station using auto or
manual tuning mode. |
Select the range of the preset station
button with the P1-P8/P9-P16 button.
Press the MEMORY button and then
while the MEMO indicator is flickering,
press the desired preset station button.
4.
To receive the preset station, select the
range of the preset station with the
P1-P8/P9-P16 button and press the
desired preset station button.
Follow the same procedure for other
preset station buttons.
The new getting will be programmed in
place of the former one.
The settings of the IF MODE button,
TUNING MODE button and FINE TUNING
button are also preset.
Memory back-up
The memory back-up circuit will prevent the
programmed information from being lost even
though the power is switched OFF for timer
use of other temporary power failure. |,
however, the unit is not used for a long time,
the memory may be erased. If so, it can be
re-programmed by simply following the
original procedure.
TO
1.
PLAY PROGRAM SOURCE
Select the program source to be heard
with the input selector.
Play the program source.
Adjust the VOLUME control, TONE
controls, DNC switch and SIMULATED
STEREO switch accordingly.
RECORD PROGRAM SOURCE
Select the program source to be
recorded with the REC OUT selector.
To record broadcasting program, set the
VIDEO REC OUT selector to SOURCE A
& V position and press the TUNER input
selector.
.. To listen to program source to be
recorded, press the corresponding input
selector.
Play the program source to be recorded
and set the tape deck connected to
TAPE 1 and/or 2 jacks or video cassette
recorder connected to AUDIO SIGNAL
VCR 1 or 2 jacks to record mode.
4.
JOU
To listen to other program source during
recording, select the program source to
be listened to with the input selector.
While recording broadcasting program,
other program source cannot be heard.
When your tape deck has three head
monitoring capability, press the corresponding
tape input selector to listen to just recorded
signal. |
The settings of the TONE controls and
VOLUME control do not affect the recording.
TO DUB AUDIO TAPES (TAPE 1-> TAPE
2)
1.
Set the AUDIO REC OUT selector to
TAPE 1 and VIDEO REC OUT selector to
the position other than SOURCE À & V
position.
To listen to program source to be
recorded, press the TAPE 1 input
selector.
Set the tape deck connected to TAPE 1
jacks to play mode and set the tape
deck connected to TAPE 2 jacks to
record mode.
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4. To listen to other program source during
dubbing, select the program source to be
istered to with the input selector.
When your tape deck has three head
monitoring capability, press the corresponding
tape input selector to listen to just recorded
signal. |
The settings of the TONE controls and
VOLUME control do not affect the dubbing.
TO RECORD VIDEO SOURCES
1. Select the desired program source to be
recorded with the AUDIO and VIDEO
REC QUT selectors. |
To record other audio source onto the
video tape, set the AUDIO REC OUT
selector to the desired position.
Example
To record VCR 2 picture onto VCR 1
with TAPE 1 sound
Set the VIDEO REC OUT selector to VCR
2 and set the AUDIO REC OUT selector
to TAPE 1.
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2. Set the VCR connected to AUDIO
SIGNAL VCR 1 and/or 2 jacks to the
record-pause mode.
3. Play the video source to be recorded
and start recording with the recording
VCR at the same time.
TO DUB VIDEO TAPES
1. Set the AUDIO and VIDEO REC OUT
selectors to VCR 1 or 2.
2. Set the video cassette recorder selected
with the REC OUT selectors to play and
set other video cassette recorder to
record.
e [he settings of the VOLUME contro! and
TONE controls does not affect the
recording.
TO RECORD (DUB) VIDEO SOURCES
WHILE ACTIVATING VIDEO LEVEL AND
DETAIL CONTROLES
1. Set the VIDEO REC OUT selector to
SOURCE A & V position.
2. Select the video source to be recorded
with. the input selector key.
3. Play the video source, set the VIDEO
ENHANCER button to ON and adjust the
VIDEO LEVEL and DETAIL controls.
After adjusting the VIDEO LEVEL and
DETAIL controls, stop the video source.
4, Play the video source from the point to
be recorded and start recording with the
recording VCR at the same time.
Stereo Separation (dB)
Total harmonic distortion vs Output
power (MAIN IN — SPEAKERS)
Total Harmonic Distortion IN (%)
Output Power (VV)
Frequency response/stereo separation
vs Moduration frequency
‘Response
Auto Hi-Blend
Stareo Separation
Modulation Frequency (Hz)
Output ang Noise Level/Stereo Separation
Response (dB)
(dB)
Characteristics of Continuous Variable
LOUDNESS control
Frequency (Hz)
FM antenna input vs Output and
noise level/stereo separation
Slerea Noise Level
Input Level ¿dBf)
Response (dB)
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TONE control characteristics
Frequency (Hz)
FM alternate channel selectivity
Undesired Signal Input Level (d8f)
Undesived Carrier Frequency's Deviation
from Desired Carrier Frequency (kHz)
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If the unit fails to operate normally, check the following points to determine whether the fault can be corrected by the simple measures suggested. If it cannot be corrected, or if the fault is not listed in the
SYMPTOM column, disconnect the power cord and contact your dealer or service center for help.
presse Ver fails to turn on when the POWER switch is Power cord is not plugged in or is not completely inserted. Firmly plug in the power cord.
Connect cord properly. If the problem persists, the cables
Incorrect output cord connections. _ may be defective.
. | Nosound. |
D
= Incorrect receiver operation. Set the receiver controls to the correct input selection.
©.
Е |
< | ” ” | Firmly connect the audio plugs. If the problem persists, the
Sound “hums”. Incorrect cord connections. cord may be defective.
Incorrect cord connections. Connect the video plugs correctly.
No picture. Wrong video unit selected. Select correct video unit.
Video unit not turned on. В Turn video unit on.
Because of the characteristics of FM stereo broadcasts, thisis | Ch :
; : - ee i eck the antenna connections.
FM stereo reception is noisy. limited to cases where the transmitter is far away or the )
P у antenna input is poor. у Try using a multiple element FM antenna,
= | There is distortion and clear reception cannot be : : : | : в
Ц ; ;
obtained even with a good FM antenna. There is multipath interference. Adjust antenna placement to eliminate multipath interference.
ei ; CE ; ' o Use Manual tuning mode.
A desired station cannot be tuned in with Auto tuning. The station is too weak. Use high quality directional FM antenna.
| | Tighten the AM loop antenna connections and rotate it for best
A desired station cannot be tuned in with Auto tuning. Weak signal or loose antenna connections. | reception.
Use Manual tuning mode.
«< , ; ; loe ; These noise result from lightning, fluorescent lamps, motors, Use an outdoor antenna and a ground wire. This will help
There are continuous crackling and hissing noises. thermostats and other electrical equipment. some what but it is difficult to eliminate all noise.
evening). buzzing and whining noises (especially in the A television set is being used nearby. | Move the television away.
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AUDIO SECTION | -
Minimum RMS Output Power per Channel
8 ohms, 20 Hz to 20 kHz,
0.015% THD LL aa ae eee een 125 W
8 ohms, 1 KHz, |
0.03% THD .........o 145 W
Dynamic Power per Channel
(IHF, 8 ohms) oii, 180 W
(IHF, 6 ohms) ........................ ..220 W
(IHF, 4 ohms) creer 280 W
(IHE, 2 ohms)... "— 360 W
Dynamic Headroom
8 Ohms ooo ea ne 1.58 dB
Power Band Width
8 ohms, 62.5 W,
01 % THD .................. 10 Hz - 50 kHz
Damping Factor
(8 ohms, 1 kHz) .................. 60 or more
Input Sensitivity/Impedance
PHONO
MC LL arc c ca nanas 160 wV/220 ohms
ММ ee 2.5 mV/47 k-ohms
CD/TAPENDPNCR ...... 150 mV/47 k-ohms
Input Sensitivity (New IHF)
PHONO
MC a ea a aan 14 pV
MM ........кеееееенееееевевевкы) .. 0.22 mV
CD/TAPENDPNCR oo... 13.4 mV
“Maximum Input Signal Level
(1 kHz, 0.01% THD)
PHONO
MC eee eee a aa ane eee ae 8 mV
MM es 110 mV
Output Level/tmpedance
REC OUT .................. 150 mV/470 ohms
PRE OUT LL Lee aa aa 1V/1 k-ohm
Maximum Voltage Output
0.01 % THD, 20 Hz to 20 kHz 2.5 Y
Headphone Jack Rated Output/Impedance
8 ohms, 0.015% THD .... 0.91 V/270 ohms
Frequency Response (20 Hz to 20 kHz)
CD/TAPENDPNCR, MAIN IN ........ +0 dB
+0.3 dB
RIAA Equalization Deviation
30 Hz to 20 kHz, PHONO MC ... x05 dB
20 Hz to 20 kHz, PHONO MM ...+0.3 dB
10 Hz to 100 HZ, PHONO MM .. +£0.56 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion (20 Hz to 20 kHz)
PHONO MC to REC OUT
(BV) eee eee 0.005%
PHONO MM
(3 М) .......ееееееееееукееееееенененеоо) 0.003%
CD/TAPE/VDP/VCR to SP OUT
(62.5 W/8 ohms) ere 0.015%
VIDEO to SP OUT Lecce nca 0.02%
Intermodulation Distortion
CD/TAPE/VDP/VCR |
(Rated Output/8 ohms) ............. 0.01%
Signal to Noise Ratio (IHF-A Network)
| PHONO MC |
(500 WV Input Shorted) ................ 75 dB
PHONO MM
(5 mV Input Shorted) .................. 92 dB
CD/TAPE/VDP/VCR |
(Shorted) ee aan eee 103 dB
VIDEO (Shorted) 0000 91 dB
Signal to Noise Ratio (New IHF)
PHONO
MC .........гкееевее Лев уклкеевккы, 74.5 dB
ММ aaa 75 dB
CD/TAPE/VDPNCR ooo, 80 dB
Residual Noise
(IHF-A Network) ........................ 120 pV
Channel Separation (1 kHz, Vol. -30 dB)
PHONO MC, MM Input Shorted ..... 60 dB
CD/TAPENDP/VCR Input 5.1 k-ohms
Terminated 12200 era e esse 60 dB
Tone Control Characteristics
BASS
Boost/cut oo +10 dB (50 Hz)
Turnover Frequency ................... 350 Hz
TREBLE
Boost/cut .................. +10 dB (20 kHz)
Turnover Frequency .................. 3.5 kHz
MID
Control range ............... +12 dB (1 kHz)
Center frequency .............eeeeees 1kHz
Filter Characterisctics |
Built-in Subsonic Filter ..10 Hz, —12 dB/oct
Continuous Loudness
Control ............................ —40 dB (1 kHz)
(Level related equalization)
Audio Muting ................ 2... — 20dB
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VIDEO SECTION
Type ....... Nine aereas NTSC Standard
Horizontal Resolution ....... 525 lines, 60 field
Video Input ................. 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
Unbalanced
Video Output ............... 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
Unbalanced
Maximum input Level ..... 1.5 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
| Unbalanced
Video Signal to Noise Ratio ........... ..52 dB
Detail Control Level ..... 0 to +4 dB (1 MHz)
Video Level Control .............. —3 to +3 dB
FM SECTION
Tuning Range ................. 875 to 108 MHz
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity (IHF), 75 ohms
Mono PS 15 uV (14.8 dBf)
Stereo... 20 wV (37.3 dBÍ
Usable Sensitivity
(30 dB S/N Quieting)
75 ohms, 1 kHz,
100% mod. ........ 0.75 pu V (8.8 dBi)
Image Response Ratio .................... 40 dB
IF Response Ratio ces 90 dB
Spurious Response Найо ................. 70 dB
AM Suppression Ratio .................... 55 dB
Capture Ratio .......... UP 1.2 dB
(WIDE)
2.5 dB
(NARROW)
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Alternate Channel Selectivity ............. 85 dB
Signal to Noise Ratio
(IHF)
Mono ........ eee ea 85 dB
DIereo uu... ..... 81 dB
Distortion
Mono:
100 HZ... E e 0.05%
1 kHz uu eee 0.05%
6 kHZ eK 0.1%
Stereo:
100 Hz ee Lana nana annee 0.07%
1 kHz 2. LL La ea anna ana eee 0.07%
6 KHz ....... ee 0.15%
Stereo Separation |
SO HZ ee 45 dB
PT kHz te 54 dB
10 kHz e 45 dB
Frequency Response |
30 Hz to 13 kHz ................. О +0.5 dB
AM SECTION
Tuning Range ................. 530 to 1,620 kHz
Usable Sensitivity ...................... 250 pV/m
Selectivity ........... ananas anna ane 24 dB
Signal to Noise Ratio ..................... 50 dB
image Response Ratio .................... 40 dB
Spurious Response Ratio ................. 50 dB
Distortion ........ aran. 0.3%
AUDIO SECTION
Output Level/lmpedance
FM (100% mod., 1 kHz) ............ 500 mV
| /2.8 k-ohms
AM (30% mod., 400 Hz) ............ 150 mV
/2.8 k-ohms
GENERAL
Power Supply .........e—..—... AC 120 Y, 60 Hz
Power Consumption ............_ me. 500 W
AC Outlets
Switched ................... 60 W max. (Total)
Unswitched ........................ 200 W max.
Dimensions (W x H x D) ............ 435 x 151
x 423 mm
(17-1/8” x 5-15/16"
х 16-5/8”)
Weight ...... ee 12 kg (26 lbs. 7 0z)
Ассезвопе8 ............... Remote control cable
(Mini-plug) x 1
Remote control cable (6-pin) x 1
Remote control transmitter x 1
Battery x 2
AM loop antenna x 1
indoor FM antenna x 1
75-0hm/300-ohm antenna adapter x 1
Specifications subject to change without
notice.
SINCE 1887
NIPPON GAKKI CO, LTD. HAMAMATSU, JAPAN
VC87250-0 : BWgb, BR @ Printed in Japan.

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