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DTR-70.6
Advanced Manual
CONTENTS
AM/FM Radio Receiving Function
Tuning into a Radio Station
Registering an AM/FM Radio Station
Using RDS (Australian model)
Playing Content from a USB Storage Device
Listening to Internet Radio
About Internet Radio
TuneIn
Pandora®–Getting Started (U.S., Australia and
New Zealand only)
SiriusXM Internet Radio (North American only)
Slacker Personal Radio (North American only)
Registering Other Internet Radios
DLNA Music Streaming
About DLNA
Configuring the Windows Media® Player
DLNA Playback
Controlling Remote Playback from a PC
Music Streaming from a Shared Folder
About Shared Folder
Setting PC
Playing from a Shared Folder
Using Remote Controller for Playing Music Files
About the Remote Controller
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Remote Controller Buttons
Icons Displayed during Playback
Using the Listening Modes
Selecting Listening Mode
Contents of Listening Modes
Checking the Input Format
Advanced Settings
How to Set
1.Input/Output Assign
2.Speaker Setup
3.Audio Adjust
4.Source Setup
5.Listening Mode Preset
6.Miscellaneous
7.Hardware Setup
8.Remote Controller Setup
9.Lock Setup
Operating Other Components with the Remote Controller
Functions of Remote Mode Buttons
Programming Remote Control Codes
TV Operation
Blu-ray Disc Player/DVD Player/DVD Recorder Operation
VCR/PVR Operation
Satellite Receiver/Cable Receiver Operation
CD Player Operation
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Cassette Tape Deck Operation
To Operate CEC-compatible Components
Assigning Another Device's Remote Controller
Functions to the Unit's Remote Controller
Assigning an Operation Sequence to the Remote
Controller (Macro Function)
Advanced Speaker Connection
Bi-Amping
Connecting Dipole Speakers
Connecting passive subwoofers
Connecting a Power Amplifier
Connecting and Operating Onkyo RI Components
About RI Function
RI Connection and Setting
iPod/iPhone Operation
Control Function between the Unit and External
Component
Firmware Update
About Firmware Update
Updating the Firmware via Network
Updating the Firmware via USB
Troubleshooting
Reference Information
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AM/FM Radio Receiving Function
AM/FM Radio Receiving Function
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Tuning into stations manually
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Tuning into stations by frequency
1. Press Tuner on the main unit several times to select
It allows you to directly enter the frequency of the radio
station you want to listen to.
either "AM" or "FM".
1. Press Tuner on the remote controller several times to
select either "AM" or "FM".
Tuning into a Radio Station
„
Tuning into stations automatically
2. Press Tuning Mode so that the "AUTO" indicator on the
display goes off.
1. Press Tuner on the main unit several times to select
either "AM" or "FM".
3. Press Tuning
2. Press Tuning Mode so that the "AUTO" indicator on the
display lights.
to select the desired radio station.
The frequency changes by 1 step each time
you press the button. The frequency changes
continuously if the button is held down and stops
when the button is released. Tune by looking at the
display.
2. Press D.TUN.
3. Using the number buttons, enter the frequency of the
3. Press Tuning
to start automatic tuning.
Searching automatically stops when a station is
found. When tuned into a radio station, the "
TUNED " indicator on the display lights. If FM stereo
broadcasting is tuned, the "FM STEREO" indicator
lights.
No sound is output while the " TUNED " indicator
is off.
When the signal from an FM radio station is weak:
Radio wave may be weak depending on the building
structure and environmental conditions. In that case,
manually tune into the radio station of your choice by
referring to the next section.
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To return the display to "AUTO": Press Tuning Mode
on the main unit again. A station is automatically tuned.
Normally "AUTO" should be displayed.
radio station within 8 seconds.
To enter 87.5 (FM), for example, press 8, 7, 5, or 8,
7, 5, 0. If you entered a wrong number, press D.TUN
and enter a correct one.
AM/FM Radio Receiving Function
Registering an AM/FM Radio Station
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Deleting a Preset Radio Station
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Displaying Radio Text (RT)
It allows you to register up to 40 of your favorite AM/FM
radio stations. Registering radio stations in advance allows
you to tune into your radio station of choice directly.
1. Press CH +/- on the remote controller to select the
1. Press RT/PTY/TP on the main unit once.
preset number to delete.
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Registering a Station
The Radio Text (RT) is displayed scrolling across
the display. "No Text Data" is displayed when no text
information is available.
1. Tune into the AM/FM radio station you want to register.
2. Press Memory on the unit so that the preset number on
the display flashes.
2. Press and hold Memory on the main unit and press
Tuning Mode to delete the preset number.
When deleted, the number on the display goes off.
3. Repeatedly press Preset
to select a number
between 1 and 40 while the preset number is flashing
(about 8 seconds).
Using RDS (Australian model)
4. Press Memory again to register the station.
When the station is registered, the preset number
stops flashing.
Repeat this procedure for all of your favorite AM/FM
radio stations.
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Selecting a Preset Radio Station
1. Press CH +/- on the remote controller to select a preset
number.
Alternatively you can press Preset
on the
main unit. You can also select by directly entering
the preset number with the number buttons on the
remote controller.
RDS stands for Radio Data System and is a method of
transmitting data in FM radio signals.
r RDS works only in areas where RDS broadcasts are
available.
r In some cases, the text information appeared on the
display is not identical to the content transmitted by
the RDS station. Furthermore, unexpected characters
may be displayed when the unit receives unsupported
characters. However, this is not a malfunction.
r If the signal from an RDS station is weak, the RDS data
may be displayed continuously or not at all.
PS (Program Service): Tuning into a radio station
distributing Program Service information displays
the radio station name. Pressing Display displays the
frequency for 3 seconds.
RT (Radio Text): Tuning into a radio station transmitting
Radio Text information displays text on the display of the
unit.
PTY (Program Type): Allows you to search for RDS
stations by program type.
TP (Traffic Program): Allows you to search for radio
stations transmitting traffic information.
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AM/FM Radio Receiving Function
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Searching by Type (PTY)
1. Press RT/PTY/TP on the main unit twice.
The current program type appears on the display.
Folk M (Folk music)
Document (Documentary)
3. Press Enter to search the radio stations of the selected
type.
2. Press Preset
to select the type of program to
search for.
4. When such a radio station is found, the indication on the
display flashes. Then, press Enter again.
If no stations are found, the message “Not Found” is
displayed.
The following RDS station types are displayed:
None
News (News reports)
Affairs (Current affairs)
Info (Information)
Sport
Educate (Education)
Drama
Culture
Science (Science and technology)
Varied
Pop M (Pop music)
Rock M (Rock music)
Easy M (Middle of the road music)
Light M (Light classics)
Classics (Serious classics)
Other M (Other music)
Weather
Finance
Children (Children’s programmes)
Social (Social affairs)
Religion
Phone In
Travel
Leisure
Jazz (Jazz music)
Country (Country music)
Nation M (National music)
Oldies (Oldies music)
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Listening to Traffic Information (TP)
1. Press RT/PTY/TP on the main unit three times.
"[TP]" will be displayed if traffic information is
transmitted by the radio station you are tuned in.
"TP" only is displayed if no traffic information is
available.
2. Press Enter to search a radio station distributing traffic
information.
3. When such a radio station is found, searching stops and
playing traffic information starts.
"Not Found" is displayed if no radio station
distributing traffic information is found.
2. Plug your USB storage device with the music files into
Playing Content from a USB
Storage Device
z Operation: You can set up by viewing the guidance
displayed on the TV screen. To display the guidance, you
need to make HDMI connection between the unit and
TV. Select the item with the cursor buttons of the remote
controller and press Enter to confirm your selection. To
return to the previous screen, press Return.
the USB port of the unit so that "USB" lights on the
display.
If the "USB" indicator flashes, check whether the
USB storage device is plugged in properly.
Do not unplug the USB storage device while
"Connecting..." is appeared on the display. This may
cause data corruption or malfunction.
3. Press Enter.
The list of folders and music files on the USB storage
device is displayed. Select the folder with the cursors
and press Enter to confirm your selection.
4. With the cursors, select the music file to play, and then
press Enter or
to start playback.
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Playing Back
1. Press USB on the remote controller to select "USB".
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Listening to Internet Radio
TuneIn
2. Select "TuneIn" with the cursors and press Enter to
With more than 70,000 radio stations and 2 million ondemand programs registered, TuneIn is a service where
you can enjoy music, sports and news from all over the
world.
3. With the cursors, select a radio station or program and
display the TuneIn top screen.
Listening to Internet Radio
About Internet Radio
Internet radio, also called net radio, web radio or streaming
radio, is an audio service accessible at the websites of
service providers who distribute music and audio programs
in digital format. There are numerous websites all over the
world, from terrestrial station, special station to personal
website that provide such a service.
The unit comes preset with Internet radio stations (¼)
such as TuneIn for you to enjoy these services, just by
connecting the unit to the Internet.
z Operation: You can set up by viewing the guidance
displayed on the TV screen. To display the guidance, you
need to make HDMI connection between the unit and
TV. Select the item with the cursor buttons of the remote
controller and press Enter to confirm your selection. To
return to the previous screen, press Return.
press Enter to start playing.
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Regarding the TuneIn Menu
To display the TuneIn menu, press Menu or Enter while
playing a radio station. Selecting the corresponding menu
item with the cursors and pressing Enter allows you to
perform the following operations:
Add to My Presets: Registers radio stations and
programs in your "My Presets" within TuneIn. This allows
you to play registered radio stations and programs with
a simple operation. ("My Presets" is not displayed if it is
empty.)
Remove from My Presets: Deletes a radio station or
program from your "My Presets" within TuneIn.
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Network services or contents may become unavailable if the service
provider terminates its service.
Report a problem: Reports a problem or interactively
solves a problem related to TuneIn.
View Schedule: Displays the radio station or program
schedule.
Clear recents: Clears all radio stations and programs
from the "Recents" within TuneIn. (This menu is
displayed only when a radio station or program inside
the "Recents" is being played.)
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Playing Back
1. Press NET on the remote controller to display NET TOP
screen.
The "NET" indicator on the display stays lit.
Alternatively you can select "Network Service" in the
HOME menu.
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Add to My Favorites: Registers radio stations and
programs in "My Favorites" of "Network Service".
This allows you to play registered radio stations and
programs with a simple operation.
Listening to Internet Radio
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Regarding the TuneIn Account
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Playing Back
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Create a New Station
Creating an account on the TuneIn website (tunein.com)
and logging in it from the unit allows you to automatically
add radio stations and programs to your "My Presets" on
the unit as you save them on the website .
To display a radio station registered in "My Presets", you
must log into TuneIn from the unit. To log in, select "Login" "I have a TuneIn account" in the "TuneIn" top list on the unit,
and then enter your user name and password.
r If you associate the device on My Page within the TuneIn
website using the registration code obtained by selecting
"Login" - "Login with a registration code" on the unit, you
can log in without entering the user name and password.
1. Press NET on the remote controller to display NET TOP
Enter the name of a track, artist, or genre and Pandora will
create a unique radio station for you based on the musical
qualities of that track, artist, or genre.
Pandora®–Getting Started (U.S., Australia and
New Zealand only)
Pandora is a free, personalized Internet radio service that
plays the music you know and helps you discover music
you’ll love.
z Operation: You can set up by viewing the guidance
displayed on the TV screen. To display the guidance, you
need to make HDMI connection between the unit and
TV. Select the item with the cursor buttons of the remote
controller and press Enter to confirm your selection. To
return to the previous screen, press Return.
screen.
The “NET” indicator on the display stays lit. To
display the NET TOP screen, you can alternatively
press Home, select “Network Service” on the
displayed HOME menu, and then press Enter.
I like this track: Give a track “thumbs-up” and Pandora
will play more music like it.
I don’t like this track: Give a track “thumbs-down” and
Pandora will ban that track from the current station.
Why is this track playing?: Discover some of the
musical attributes that Pandora uses to create your
personal radio stations.
2. Select “Pandora” with the cursors, and then press Enter.
3. Use / to select “I have a Pandora Account” or “I’m new
to Pandora” and then press Enter.
If you are new to Pandora select “I’m new to Pandora”.
You will see an activation code on your TV screen.
Please write down this code. Go to an Internet
connected computer and point your browser to www.
pandora.com/onkyo. Enter your activation code and then
follow the instructions to create your Pandora account
and your personalized Pandora stations. You can create
your stations by entering your favorite tracks and artists
when prompted. After you have created your account
and stations you can return to your Integra/Onkyo
receiver and press Enter to begin listening to your
personalized Pandora.
If you have an existing Pandora account, you can add
your Pandora account to your Integra/Onkyo receiver by
selecting “I have a Pandora Account” and logging in with
your email and password.
If you want to use multiple user accounts, see “Using
Multiple Accounts”. Login can be made from the
“Users” screen.
4. To play a station, use / to select the station from your
station list, and then press Enter. Playback starts and
the playback screen appears.
I’m tired of this track: If you are tired of a track, you
can put the track to sleep and Pandora will not play it for
one month.
Create station from this artist: Creates a radio station
from this artist.
Create station from this track: Creates a radio station
from this track.
Delete this station: This will permanently delete a
station from your Pandora account. All of your thumbs
feedback will be lost should you choose to re-create the
station with the same track or artist.
Rename this station: Lets you rename the current radio
station.
Bookmark this artist: Pandora will bookmark your
favorite artist for your profile on www.pandora.com.
Bookmark this track: Pandora will bookmark the
current track and allow you to buy them all from Amazon
or iTunes in one step!
Add to My Favorites: Adds a station to My Favorites
list.
PANDORA, the PANDORA logo, and the Pandora trade
dress are trademarks or registered trademarks of Pandora
Media, Inc. Used with permission.
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Listening to Internet Radio
SiriusXM Internet Radio (North American only)
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Playing Back
If you want to listen to the service, you must subscribe. To
subscribe go to www.siriusxm.com/internetradio with your
computer. When you subscribe, you will be provided with
a username and password which has to be entered into
the AV receiver. To use SiriusXM Internet Radio, you must
have your AV receiver connected to the Internet. Using the
remote control, follow these steps:
1. Press NET on the remote controller to display NET TOP
z Operation: You can set up by viewing the guidance
displayed on the TV screen. To display the guidance, you
need to make HDMI connection between the unit and
TV. Select the item with the cursor buttons of the remote
controller and press Enter to confirm your selection. To
return to the previous screen, press Return.
screen.
The “NET” indicator on the display stays lit. To
display the NET TOP screen, you can alternatively
press Home, select “Network Service” on the
displayed HOME menu, and then press Enter.
2. Select “SiriusXM Internet Radio” with the cursors, and
then press Enter.
3. Select “Sign In”, and then press Enter. If you have an
existing SIRIUS account, you can sign in by selecting
“Sign In”. Enter your user name and password in the
next keyboard screen, or in Web Setup. If you don’t
know your username or password, call Sirius XM at
(888) 539-7474 for assistance.
If you want to use multiple user accounts, see “Using
Multiple Accounts”. Login can be made from the
“Users” screen.
Using the keyboard screen
1 Use / / / and Enter to enter your user name and
password.
2 Select “OK”.
3 Press Enter. The “Confirm your entries” screen
appears.
4 Press Enter. “Please wait...” appears and then
“SiriusXM Internet Radio” screen appears which
displays the category available for selection.
4. Use / to select the category and then press Enter.
The channel list screen for the selected category
appears.
5. Use / to select the desired channel and then press
Enter.
The playback screen for the selected channel appears
and you can listen to SiriusXM Internet Radio. You can
control the tracks with the buttons on the remote control.
Enabled buttons:
, ,
,
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Add to My Favorites: Adds a channel to My Favorites
list.
Add to Presets: Adds the currently playing station to
presets list.
Delete from Presets: Deletes the currently playing
station from presets list.
SiriusXM Internet Radio subscriptions are sold separately
and are governed by the Sirius Terms and Conditions (see
www.sirius.com). Be sure to read this agreement before you
purchase your subscription.
Sirius, XM and all related marks and logos are trademarks
of Sirius XM Radio Inc. and its subsidiaries. All rights
reserved.
Listening to Internet Radio
Slacker Personal Radio (North American only)
z Operation: You can set up by viewing the guidance
displayed on the TV screen. To display the guidance, you
need to make HDMI connection between the unit and
TV. Select the item with the cursor buttons of the remote
controller and press Enter to confirm your selection. To
return to the previous screen, press Return.
3. If you do not have an account, create one on the Slacker
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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Playing Back
1. Press NET on the remote controller to display NET TOP
screen.
The “NET” indicator on the display stays lit. To
display the NET TOP screen, you can alternatively
press Home, select “Network Service” on the
displayed HOME menu, and then press Enter.
website (www.slacker.com) with your computer. If you
already have a Slacker account, select “Sign in to your
account” and then press Enter. The keyboard screen
appears. You can enter information from the remote
control or the keys on the main unit.
If there are no mistakes in the information you have
entered, use / / / to select “OK” then press Enter. An
account information confirmation screen appears.
If you do not have an account, select “Access without
Sign In” and press Enter to use a restricted version of
the service. Note that use will be restricted.
If you want to use multiple user accounts, see “Using
Multiple Accounts”. Login can be made from the
“Users” screen.
Use / to select a menu item and then press Enter.
To sign out, use / to select “Sign out” from this screen
and then press Enter.
Use / to select a station and then press Enter or
to start playback from the station. The playback screen
appears.
You can control the tracks with the buttons on the
remote control.
Enabled buttons:
, , ,
Using Multiple Accounts: The AV receiver supports
multiple user accounts, which means you can freely switch
between several logins. After registering user accounts,
login is performed from the “Users” screen.
Press Menu while the Users screen is displayed. "Add new
user", "Remove this user" menu appear. You can either
store a new user account, or delete an existing one.
r Some of the services don’t allow the use of multiple user
accounts.
r You can store up to 10 user accounts.
r To switch between accounts you must first log out from
the current account, and log in again on the "Users"
screen.
Rate Song as Favorite: Stores information to server,
making it more likely that the song will be played again.
Ban Song: Stores information to server, making it less
likely that the song will be played again.
Ban Artist: Stores information to server, making it less
likely that the songs from this artist will be played again.
Mark Favorite: Adds the currently playing station to your
favorites.
Unmark Favorite: Deletes the currently playing station
from your favorites.
Add song to Library: Adds the currently playing track to
your library.
2. Select “Slacker Personal Radio” with the cursors, and
then press Enter.
Delete song from Library: Deletes the currently playing
track from your library.
Add to My Favorites: Adds a station or song to My
Favorites list.
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Listening to Internet Radio
Registering Other Internet Radios
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Registering a Station
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Registering a Station with PC
To listen to other Internet radio program, register the
program in the "My Favorites" list on the NET TOP screen
as described below. The unit supports Internet radio stations
stored in the following formats: PLS (URL ending in .pls),
M3U (URL ending in .m3u) and RSS (URL ending in rss/rdf/
xml).
r You can register up to 40 Internet radio stations.
r Depending on the data type and file format for playback,
you may not be able to play an Internet radio station
even when its format is PLS, M3U or Podcast (RSS).
r Available services may vary depending on your area of
residence.
Before starting the procedure: The name and URL of
the radio station that you want to add are required for
registration. Check them before starting the procedure.
Before starting the procedure: The name and URL of
the radio station that you want to add are required for
registration. Check them before starting the procedure.
1. Press NET on the remote controller to display NET TOP
1. Press Receiver on the remote controller.
z Operation: You can set up by viewing the guidance
displayed on the TV screen. To display the guidance, you
need to make HDMI connection between the unit and
TV. Select the item with the cursor buttons of the remote
controller and press Enter to confirm your selection. To
return to the previous screen, press Return.
screen.
The "NET" indicator on the display stays lit.
2. Select "My Favorites" with the cursors and press Enter
to display the "My Favorites" list screen.
3. Select a blank area of "My Favorites" with the cursors
2. Press Home to display the HOME menu.
and press Menu to display the menu screen.
4. Select "Create new station" with the cursors and press
Enter to display the keyboard screen.
5. Enter the name and URL of the radio station to add.
Select "Shift" and press Enter to toggle between
upper and lower case. Select " " or " " and press
Enter to move the cursor to the selected direction.
Select "Back Space" and press Enter to delete the
character at the left of the cursor position.
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Always press Receiver first to change the remote
controller to Receiver mode (the mode to operate
this unit) since its mode may be changed to operate
another component.
3. Select "Setup" with the cursors, and then press Enter.
4. With the cursors, select "7. Hardware Setup" - "Network"
-" IP Address" to display the IP address.
Write down the IP address since you will need it
later.
5. Open the Internet browser on your PC or smartphone
and enter the IP address of the unit in the URL field.
When using Internet Explorer, you can alternatively
select "Open" in the "File" menu to enter the IP
address.
Information of the unit is displayed on the browser.
("WEB Setup")
6. Click "My Favorites" tab, then enter the name and URL
of the Internet radio station.
7. Click "Save" to register the entered Internet radio station
in "My Favorites".
Listening to Internet Radio
To rename the registered radio station: While the radio
station is being played or when it is selected from the "My
Favorites" list, press Menu to display the menu screen.
Select "Rename this station" with the cursors and press
Enter to display the keyboard screen. Rename the station
as desired.
r Radio stations can be renamed also from "WEB Setup".
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Playing a Registered Radio Station
1. screen.
The "NET" indicator on the display stays lit.
3. Select the radio station with the corsors to delete and
press Menu to display the menu screen.
4. With the cursors, select "Delete from My Favorites", and
then press Enter. A confirmation screen will appear.
5. With the cursors, select "OK", and then press Enter to
delete the radio station.
Select "Back" if you return to the previous screen.
Radio stations can be deleted also from "WEB
Setup".
2. Select "My Favorites" with the cursors and press Enter
to display the registered Internet radio stations.
3. Select a radio station with the cursors and press Enter to
start playing.
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Deleting a Registered Radio Station
1. screen.
The "NET" indicator on the display stays lit.
2. Select "My Favorites" with the cursors and press Enter
to display the registered Internet radio stations.
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DLNA Music Streaming
Configuring the Windows Media® Player
DLNA Music Streaming
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Windows Media® Player 11
1. Turn on your PC and start Windows Media® Player 11.
2. In the "Library" menu, select "Media Sharing" to display
a dialog box.
3. Select the "Share my media" check box, and then click
About DLNA
"OK" to display the compatible devices.
Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) can be referred
to as a technology standard or the industry group to
develop the technology standard to interconnect and use
AV components, computers and other devices in a home
network. This unit allows you to use DLNA to play music
files stored on a computer or a hard disk connected to your
home network (NAS device). Make sure this unit and a
computer or NAS device are connected to the same router.
Internet radio
Router
4. Select this unit, and then click "Allow".
When it is clicked, the corresponding icon is
checked.
5. Click "OK" to close the dialog.
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Windows Media® Player 12
1. Turn on your PC and start Windows Media® Player 12.
2. In the "Stream" menu, select "Turn on media streaming"
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Playing Back
to display a dialog box.
If media streaming is already turned on, select "More
streaming options..." in the "Stream" menu to list
players in the network, and then go to step 4.
3. Click "Turn on media streaming" to list players in the
network.
4. Select this unit in "Media streaming options" and check
that it is set to "Allow".
5. Click "OK" to close the dialog.
1. Start the server (Windows Media® Player 11, Windows
Media® Player 12, or NAS device) containing the music
files to play.
2. Press NET on the remote controller to display NET TOP
screen.
The "NET" indicator on the display stays lit. If the
"NET" indicator flashes, the unit is not properly
connected to the network. Check the Ethernet cable
connection.
PC
DLNA Playback
NAS
r To stream a music file, you need a NAS device with
DLNA server functions or a PC where a player (e.g.,
Windows Media® Player 11 or Windows Media® Player
12) with DLNA server functions is installed. To enable
streaming with Windows Media® Player 11 or Windows
Media® Player 12, you must first configure the settings.
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z Operation: You can set up by viewing the guidance
displayed on the TV screen. To display the guidance, you
need to make HDMI connection between the unit and
TV. Select the item with the cursor buttons of the remote
controller and press Enter to confirm your selection. To
return to the previous screen, press Return.
3. Select "DLNA" with the cursors and press Enter.
4. Select the target server with the cursors and press Enter
to display the items list screen.
Searching does not work in servers that do not
support search functions.
The unit cannot access pictures and videos stored
on servers.
Contents stored on the server may not be displayed
depending on the server sharing settings.
DLNA Music Streaming
5. With the cursors, select the music file to play, and then
press Enter or
to start playback.
If "No Item." is displayed, check whether the network
is properly connected.
Controlling Remote Playback from a PC
You can use this unit to play music files stored on your PC
by operating the PC inside your home network. The unit
supports remote playback with Windows Media® Player 12.
To use the remote playback function with Windows Media®
Player 12, Windows Media® Player 12 must be configured
in advance.
r Using a DLNA-compatible controller (such as an
Android application), you can select a music file stored
on Windows Media® Player 12 and stream to this unit
by operating the controller. For information on how to
remotely play using the controller, refer to the controller's
instruction manual.
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Setting PC
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Remote playback
1. Turn on the power of the unit.
2. Turn on your PC and start Windows Media® Player 12.
3. Select and right-click the music file to play with Windows
Media® Player 12.
To remotely play a music file on another server, open
the target server from "Other Libraries" and select
the music file to play.
4. Select this unit in "Play to" to open the "Play to" window
of Windows Media® Player 12 and start playback on the
unit.
Operations during remote playback are possible from
the "Play to" window on the PC. The playback screen
is displayed on the TV connected to the HDMI output
of the unit. If your PC is running on Windows® 8, click
"Play to", and then select this unit.
5. Adjust the volume using the volume bar on the "Play to"
window.
Sometimes, the volume displayed on the remote
playback window may differ from that appeared on
the display of the unit.
When the volume is adjusted from the unit, the value
is not reflected in the "Play to" window.
This unit cannot play music files remotely in the
following conditions.
– It is using a network service.
– It is playing a music file on a USB storage device.
– "Agree" was not selected in the "DISCLAIMER"
screen that was displayed when the NET input
was selected on the unit for the first time.
1. Turn on your PC and start Windows Media® Player 12.
2. In the "Stream" menu, select "Turn on media streaming"
3.
4.
5.
6.
to display a dialog box.
If media streaming is already turned on, select "More
streaming options..." in the "Stream" menu to list
players in the network, and then go to step 4.
Click "Turn on media streaming" to list players in the
network.
Select this unit in "Media streaming options" and check
that it is set to "Allow".
Click "OK" to close the dialog box.
Open the "Stream" menu and check that "Allow remote
control of my Player..." is checked.
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Music Streaming from a Shared Folder
Music Streaming from a Shared
Folder
About Shared Folder
A shared folder is configured in a network device such as a
PC or NAS (hard disk connected to your home network) for
access from other users.
You can play music files in a shared folder on your PC or
NAS connected to the same home network as that of the
unit. To play music files in a shared folder, you must first
configure Windows® 8 or Windows® 7, Make sure the unit
and PC or NAS device are connected to the same router.
Setting PC
Playing from a Shared Folder
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Configuring the Sharing Options
z Operation: You can set up by viewing the guidance
displayed on the TV screen. To display the guidance, you
need to make HDMI connection between the unit and
TV. Select the item with the cursor buttons of the remote
controller and press Enter to confirm your selection. To
return to the previous screen, press Return.
1. Select "Choose Home group and Sharing Options" on
the "Control Panel".
If the menu is not displayed, check whether "View
by" is set to "Category".
2. Select "Change advanced sharing settings".
3. Check whether the following radio buttons are selected
in "Home or Work":
"Enable network discovery"
"Turn on file and printer sharing"
"Turn on sharing so anyone with network access can
read and write files in the Public folders"
"Turn off password protected sharing"
4. Select "Save Changes" and click "OK" on the dialog box.
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Creating a Shared Folder
Internet radio
Router
PC
NAS
r The sharing options must be configured and a shared
folder created on the PC in advance.
r For information on how to configure the NAS device
and create a shared folder, refer to the NAS device's
instruction manual.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Select and right-click the folder to share.
Select "Properties".
Select "Advanced Sharing" on the "Sharing" tab.
Select "Share this folder" check box and click "OK".
Select "Share" for "Network File and Folder Sharing".
Select "Everyone" from the pull-down menu. Click "Add",
and then "Share".
To set user name and password to a shared folder,
set "Permissions" in "Advanced Sharing" on the
"Sharing" tab.
Check whether a workgroup is set.
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Playing Back
1. Press NET on the remote controller to display NET TOP
screen on the TV.
The "NET" indicator on the display stays lit. If the
"NET" indicator flashes, the unit is not properly
connected to the network. Check the Ethernet cable
connection.
Music Streaming from a Shared Folder
2. Select "Home Media" with the cursors, and then press
Enter.
3. Select the target server with the cursors, and then press
Enter.
You can check the server name of your PC from the
PC properties.
4. Select the target shared folder with the cursors, and
then press Enter.
5. If a username and password is required, enter the
necessary login information.
The login information is the account information set
at the time of creating the shared folder.
Once entered, the login information will be
remembered from the next time onward.
6. With the cursors, select the music file to play, and then
press Enter or
to start playback.
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Using Remote Controller for Playing Music Files
for each media or server.
Using Remote Controller for
Playing Music Files
About the Remote Controller
The remote controller of this unit allows you to play music
files stored on USB storage devices, Internet radio, PCs
and NAS devices on your home network. It also allows
you to view information of the music file being played and
perform various other operations.
r Available buttons may vary depending on the service and
device to play.
Remote Controller Buttons
1. Press Input Selector (PC, NET or USB) appropriate for
the input source on the remote controller.
2 / , Enter button: These buttons navigate through
items and activate the selected item.
/ button: These buttons allow you to navigate to
another page when the list is broken across several
pages.
button: This button plays the current track from
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the beginning. Pressing this button twice plays the
previous track.
button: This button fast-reverses the current
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track. This button is not operable from 10 seconds
before the playback ends.
5 +/- button: Moves the cursor on the Internet radio
stations list in "My Favorites".
6 Menu button: This button displays the menu of each
Internet radio service.
7 Return button: This button returns to the previous
screen.
button: This button plays the next track.
8
button: This button fast-forwards the current
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track. This button is not operable from 10 seconds
before the playback ends.
L Display button: This button changes the displayed
track information during playback. Pressing this
button when the list screen is displayed toggles the
screen to playback.
Icons Displayed during Playback
Icons are displayed on the display during music file
playback. The meaning of each icon is as follows:
: Folder
: Track
: Play
: Pause
: Fast-forward
: Fast-reverse
: Artist
: Album
F
: Repeat One Track
G
H
I
J
K
2. Operate the remote controller by referring to the name
and function of each of the buttons below.
5
1
L
6
button: This button starts the playback.
F
G button: This button pauses the playback.
H Search button: This button toggles between the
7
I button: This button stops the playback.
J Random button: This button performs random
playback screen and list screen during playback.
2
3
8
4
9
1 Top Menu button: This button displays the top menu
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playback.
K Repeat button: This button replays the track(or
tracks). Pressing this button repeatedly cycles
through the repeat modes.
: Repeat within a folder
: Repeat
: Shuffle
Using the Listening Modes
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Movie/TV button
Using the Listening Modes
Selecting Listening Mode
The listening modes allow you to select the best sound
effect for your input source.
1. Press Receiver on the remote controller.
Always press Receiver first to change the remote
controller to Receiver mode (the mode to operate
this unit) since its mode may be changed to operate
another component.
2. Press one of the following buttons depending on your
choice from among the four listening modes.
Pressing a button changes the listening mode to that
chosen. Set the listening mode of your choice by
listening to the actual sound.
You can select a mode suitable for movies and TV
programs.
r Selectable listening modes:
All Ch Stereo
Direct
Dolby Atmos
Dolby D (Dolby Digital)
Dolby D+ (Dolby Digital Plus)
Dolby Surround
Dolby TrueHD
DSD
DTS
DTS 96/24
DTS Express
DTS-HD HR (DTS-HD High Resolution Audio)
DTS-HD MSTR (DTS-HD Master Audio)
DTS Neo:X Cinema + THX Cinema
ES Discrete (DTS-ES Discrete)
ES Matrix (DTS-ES Matrix)
Full Mono
Mono
Multichannel
Neo:X Cinema
T-D (Theater-Dimensional)
THX Cinema
THX S2 Cinema
THX Surr EX
TV Logic
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Music button
For details on the types and difference of listening
modes, see "Contents of Listening Modes".
You can select a mode suitable for music.
r Selectable listening modes:
All Ch Stereo
Direct
Dolby Atmos
Dolby D (Dolby Digital)
Dolby D+ (Dolby Digital Plus)
Dolby Surround
Dolby TrueHD
DSD
DTS
DTS 96/24
DTS Express
DTS-HD HR (DTS-HD High Resolution Audio)
DTS-HD MSTR (DTS-HD Master Audio)
DTS Neo:X Music + THX Music
ES Discrete (DTS-ES Discrete)
ES Matrix (DTS-ES Matrix)
Full Mono
Multichannel
Neo:X Music
Orchestra
Stereo
Studio-Mix
THX Music
THX S2 Music
Unplugged
„
Game button
You can select a mode suitable for games.
r Selectable listening modes:
All Ch Stereo
Direct
Dolby Atmos
Dolby D (Dolby Digital)
Dolby D+ (Dolby Digital Plus)
Dolby Surround
Dolby TrueHD
DSD
DTS
DTS 96/24
DTS Express
DTS-HD HR (DTS-HD High Resolution Audio)
DTS-HD MSTR (DTS-HD Master Audio)
DTS Neo:X Game + THX Games
ES Discrete (DTS-ES Discrete)
ES Matrix (DTS-ES Matrix)
Full Mono
Neo:X Game
Game-Action
Game-Rock
Game-RPG
Game-Sports
Multichannel
T-D (Theater-Dimensional)
THX Games
THX S2 Games
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Using the Listening Modes
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THX button
You can select a THX listening mode.
r Selectable listening modes:
DTS Neo:X Cinema + THX Cinema
DTS Neo:X Music + THX Music
DTS Neo:X Game + THX Games
THX Cinema
THX Music
THX Games
THX S2 Cinema
THX S2 Games
THX S2 Music
THX Surr EX
Contents of Listening Modes
Selectable listening modes will differ depending on the
number of input source channels and the actual speaker
configuration. Listening modes available when headphones
are connected are: Mono, Direct, and Stereo.
Lists in alphabetic order (A-Z)
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All Ch Stereo
Ideal for background music, this mode fills the entire
listening area with stereo sound from the front, surround,
and surround back speakers.
r Input source: MONO, STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
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Direct
In this mode, audio from the input source is output as-is.
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output will be stereo, or if Dolby Digital signal is input, the
sound field will be controlled in accordance with the number
of channels present.
r Input source: MONO, STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
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Dolby Atmos
Introduced first in the cinema, Dolby Atmos brings a
revolutionary sense of dimension and immersion to the
Home Theater experience. Dolby Atmos is an adaptable
and scalable object based format that reproduces
audio as independent sounds (or objects) that can be
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accurately positioned and move dynamically throughout
the 3 dimensional listening space during playback. A key
ingredient of Dolby Atmos is the introduction of a height
plane of sound above the listener.
r Surround back speakers, height speakers or wide
speakers need to be installed.
r This listening mode can be selected only if the input
signal is Dolby Atmos.
r Input source: 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r This listening mode can be selected only if your Blu-ray
Disc/DVD player is digitally connected to the unit or the
player's output setting is bitstream.
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DSD
This mode is for use with Dolby Digital sources. The audio
from the input source is output as-is, without surround
sound processing.
r Input source: 5.1 ch
r This listening mode can be selected only if your Blu-ray
Disc/DVD player is digitally connected to the unit or the
player's output setting is bitstream.
This mode is for use with DSD sources. The audio from
the input source is output as-is, without surround sound
processing.
r Input source: 5.1 ch
r This unit supports DSD signals input through HDMI IN.
However, depending on the connected player, better
sound is possible when output from the PCM output of
the player. In that case, configure the player for PCM
output.
r This listening mode can be selected only if your Blu-ray
Disc/DVD player's output setting is DSD.
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Dolby D +
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DTS
This mode is for use with Dolby Digital Plus sources.
The audio from the input source is output as-is, without
surround sound processing.
r Input source: 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r This listening mode can be selected only if your Blu-ray
Disc/DVD player is digitally connected to the unit or the
player's output setting is bitstream.
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Discs, Dolby Digital is automatically applied.
This mode is for use with DTS sources. The audio from
the input source is output as-is, without surround sound
processing.
r Input source: 5.1 ch
r This listening mode can be selected only if your Blu-ray
Disc/DVD player is digitally connected to the unit or the
player's output setting is bitstream.
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Dolby Surround
This mode is for use with DTS 96/24 sources. The audio
from the input source is output as-is, without surround
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resolution, it provides superior fidelity.
r Input source: 5.1 ch
r Depending on the settings, this listening mode becomes
DTS.
r This listening mode can be selected only if your Blu-ray
Disc/DVD player is digitally connected to the unit or the
player's output setting is bitstream.
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Dolby D
Dolby surround is a next generation surround technology
that intelligently up mixes stereo; 5.1 and 7.1 content for
playback through your surround speaker system. Dolby
surround is compatible with traditional speaker layouts,
as well as Dolby Atmos enabled playback systems that
employ in-ceiling speakers or products with Dolby speaker
technology.
r Input source: STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
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Dolby TrueHD
This mode is for use with Dolby TrueHD sources. The audio
from the input source is output as-is, without surround
sound processing.
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DTS 96/24
Using the Listening Modes
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DTS Express
This mode is for use with DTS Express sources. The audio
from the input source is output as-is, without surround
sound processing.
r Input source: 5.1 ch
r This listening mode can be selected only if your Blu-ray
Disc/DVD player is digitally connected to the unit or the
player's output setting is bitstream.
r Input source: STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
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ES Discrete
This mode is for use with DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
sources. The audio from the input source is output as-is,
without surround sound processing.
r Input source: 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r This listening mode can be selected only if your Blu-ray
Disc/DVD player is digitally connected to the unit or the
player's output setting is bitstream.
This mode is for use with DTS-ES Discrete sources and
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channel. Completely discrete seven channels will improve
spatial imaging and enable 360-degree sound localization
producing a sound crossing between the surround
channels.
r Input source: 6.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r Surround back speakers need to be installed.
r This listening mode can be selected only if your Blu-ray
Disc/DVD player is digitally connected to the unit or the
player's output setting is bitstream.
r Use on the DVD with DTS ES logo, particularly on the
software containing DTS-ES Matrix soundtrack.
r Playback becomes DTS if no surround back speaker is
connected.
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DTS-HD MSTR
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ES Matrix
This mode is for use with DTS-HD Master Audio sources.
The audio from the input source is output as-is, without
surround sound processing.
r Input source: 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r This listening mode can be selected only if your Blu-ray
Disc/DVD player is digitally connected to the unit or the
player's output setting is bitstream.
This mode is for use with DTS-ES Matrix soundtrack and
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back channel.
r Input source: 6.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r Surround back speakers need to be installed.
r This listening mode can be selected only if your Blu-ray
Disc/DVD player is digitally connected to the unit or the
player's output setting is bitstream.
r Use on the CD, DVD or LD with DTS ES logo,
particularly on the software containing DTS-ES Matrix
soundtrack.
r Playback becomes DTS if no surround back speaker is
connected.
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DTS-HD HR
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DTS Neo:X
This mode expands various input sources for up to
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and realistic broad surround sound by adding front high/
front wide speakers that create dome-shaped sound field.
r DTS Neo:X listening mode cannot be selected for 192
kHz or Dolby TrueHD input signals.
– Neo:X Cinema : Use this mode with any 2 ch movie.
r Input source: STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
– Neo:X Music : Use this mode with any 2 ch music
source.
r Input source: STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
– Neo:X Game : Use this mode with any 2 ch video game
source.
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Full Mono
In this mode, all speakers output the same sound in mono,
so the sound you hear is the same regardless of where you
are within the listening room.
r Input source: MONO, STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
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Game-Action
In this mode, sound localization is distinct with emphasis on
bass.
r Input source: MONO, STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r Surround speakers need to be installed.
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Game-Rock
In this mode, sound pressure is emphasized to heighten
live feel.
r Input source: MONO, STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r Surround speakers need to be installed.
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Game-RPG
In this mode, the sound has a dramatic feel with a similar
atmosphere to Orchestra mode.
r Input source: MONO, STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r Surround speakers need to be installed.
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Game-Sports
Suitable for audio source with much reverberation.
r Input source: MONO, STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r Surround speakers need to be installed.
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Mono
Use this mode when watching an old movie with a mono
soundtrack, or use it to separately reproduce soundtracks
in two different languages recorded in the left and right
channels of some movies. It is also suitable for DVDs or
other sources containing multiplexed audio.
r Input source: MONO, STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
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Multichannel
This mode is for use with PCM multichannel sources.
The audio from the input source is output as-is, without
surround sound processing.
r Input source: 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
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Orchestra
Suitable for classical or operatic music, This mode
emphasizes the surround channels in order to widen the
stereo image, and simulates the natural reverberation of a
large hall.
r Input source: MONO, STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r Surround speakers need to be installed.
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Using the Listening Modes
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Stereo
In this mode, sound is output from the front left and right
speakers/subwoofer.
r Input source: MONO, STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
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Studio-Mix
Suitable for rock or pop music, Listening to music in this
mode creates a lively sound field with a powerful acoustic
image, like being at a club or rock concert.
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r Surround speakers need to be installed.
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In this mode, you can enjoy a virtual playback of
multichannel surround sound even with only two or three
speakers. This works by controlling how sounds reach the
listener’s left and right ears.
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r Good results may not be possible if there is too much
reverb, so we recommend that you use this mode in an
environment with little or no natural reverb.
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THX
Founded by George Lucas, THX develops stringent
standards that ensure movies are reproduced in
movie theaters and home theaters just as the director
intended. THX Modes carefully optimize the tonal and
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in the home-theater environment. They can be used with
2-channel matrixed and multichannel sources. Surround
back speaker output depends on the source material and
the selected listening mode.
r The THX mode can finely adjust the acoustic and
spatial characteristics of the soundtrack for the best
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source and multichannel source. Surround back sound
will differ depending on the source and selected listening
mode.
– DTS Neo:X Cinema + THX Cinema : The combination
mode of DTS Neo:X Cinema and THX Cinema mode
can be used. "Neo:X" and "THX" light on the unit’s
display.
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r Input source: STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r Surround back speaker need to be installed when
playing with speaker configuration of more than
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– DTS Neo:X Music + THX Music : The combination
mode of DTS Neo:X Music and THX Music mode can be
used. "Neo:X" and "THX" light on the unit’s display.
r Input source: STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r Surround back speaker need to be installed when
playing with speaker configuration of more than
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– DTS Neo:X Game + THX Games : The combination
mode of DTS Neo:X Game and THX Games mode can
be used. "Neo:X" and "THX" light on the unit’s display.
r Input source: STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r Surround back speaker need to be installed when
playing with speaker configuration of more than
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– THX Cinema: THX Cinema mode corrects theatrical
soundtracks for playback in a home theater environment.
In this mode, THX Loudness Plus is configured for
cinema levels and Re-EQ, Timbre Matching, and
Adaptive Decorrelation are active.
r Input source: 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r Surround speakers need to be installed.
– THX Games: THX Games mode is meant for spatially
accurate playback of game audio, which is often mixed
similarly to movies but in a smaller environment. THX
Loudness Plus is configured for game audio levels, with
Timbre Matching active.
r Input source: 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r Surround speakers need to be installed.
– THX Music: THX Music mode is tailored for listening to
music, which is typically mastered at significantly higher
levels than movies. In this mode, THX Loudness Plus is
configured for music playback and only Timbre Matching
is active.
r Input source: 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r Surround speakers need to be installed.
– THX S2 Cinema: The THX Select2 Cinema mode
provides high-quality surround sound experience by
expanding 5.1 ch movie source for 7.1 ch playback.
In this mode, THX ASA processing blends the side
surround speakers and back surround speakers
providing the optimal mix of ambient and directional
surround sounds.
r Input source: 5.1 ch
r Surround back speakers need to be installed.
– THX S2 Games: For the replay of stereo and
multichannel game audio, the THX Select2 Games
mode should be selected. In this mode, THX ASA
processing is applied to the surround channels of all 5.1
and 2.0 encoded game sources such as analog, PCM,
DTS, and Dolby Digital. This accurately places all game
audio surround information creating a full 360 degree
playback environment. THX Select2 Games is unique as
it gives you a smooth transition of audio in all points of
the surround field.
r Input source: 5.1 ch
r Surround back speakers need to be installed.
– THX S2 Music: For the replay of multichannel music,
the THX Select2 Music should be selected. In this
mode, THX ASA processing is applied to the surround
channels of all 5.1 encoded music sources such as
DTS, Dolby Digital, DVD-Audio, etc. to provide a wide
and stable rear soundstage.
r Input source: 5.1 ch
r Surround back speakers need to be installed.
– THX Surr EX: The Dolby Digital EX technology
produces 7.1 channels in total by creating a new sound
field behind the listener in addition to the conventional
channels of front L/R, center, surround L/R and
subwoofer. THX Surround EX, also known as Dolby
Digital Surround EX, is a joint development between
Dolby Laboratories and THX Ltd.
r Input source: 5.1 ch
r Surround back speakers need to be installed.
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TV Logic
Suitable for TV shows produced in a TV studio, This mode
enhances the surround effects to the entire sound to give
clarity to voices and create a realistic acoustic image.
r Input source: MONO, STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r Surround speakers need to be installed.
Using the Listening Modes
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Unplugged
Suitable for acoustic instruments, vocals and jazz, This
mode emphasizes the front stereo image, giving the
impression of being right in front of the stage.
r Input source: MONO, STEREO, 5.1 ch, 7.1 ch
r Surround speakers need to be installed.
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Reference
Dialogue Normalization
Dialogue Normalization (DialogNorm) is a feature of
Dolby Digital, which is used to keep the programs at the
same average listening level so the user does not have
to change the volume control between Dolby Digital,
Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby TrueHD programs. When
playing back software which has been encoded in Dolby
Digital, Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby TrueHD, sometimes
you may see a brief message in the front panel display
which will read "DialogNorm: X dB" (X being a numeric
value). The display is showing how the program level
relates with THX calibration level. If you want to play the
program at calibrated theatrical levels, you may wish to
adjust the volume. For example, if you see the following
message: "DialogNorm: + 4 dB" in the front panel
display, to keep the overall output level at THX calibrated
loudness, just turn down the volume control by 4dB.
However, unlike a movie theater where the playback
loudness is preset, you can choose your preferred
volume setting for best enjoyment.
THX Cinema Processing
THX is an exclusive set of standards and technologies
established by the world-renowned film production
company Lucasfilm Ltd. THX grew from George Lucas’
personal desire to make your experience of the film
soundtrack in both movie theaters and in your home
theater as faithful as possible to what the director
intended. Movie soundtracks are mixed in special
environments called dubbing stages and are designed to
be played back in movie theaters with similar equipment
and conditions. Most of those soundtracks are remixed
using flat response loudspeakers similar to those used
in the small home theater environment before being
transferred onto Blu-ray Discs, DVD, etc. THX engineers
developed patented technologies to accurately translate
the sound from the movie theater environment into the
home, correcting the tonal and spatial errors that occur.
On this product, when the THX indicator is on, THX
features are automatically added in Cinema modes (e.g.
THX Cinema, THX Surround EX).
Timbre Matching
The human ear changes our perception of a sound
depending on the direction from which the sound is
coming. In a movie theater, there is an array of surround
speakers so that the surround information is all around
you. In a home theater, you may only have two speakers
located to the side of your head. In this case, the Timbre
Matching feature filters the information going to the
surround speakers so that they more closely match the
tonal characteristics of the sound coming from the front
speakers. This ensures seamless panning between the
front and surround speakers.
Checking the Input Format
You can check the audio format of the input signals. While
audio from the player is being input, press Display on the
remote controller several times to switch the information
shown on the main unit display. If "Dolby D 5.1" is displayed
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input.
r The number of channels is not displayed when the
listening mode is set to "Dolby Atmos".
Adaptive Decorrelation
In a movie theater, a large number of surround speakers
help create an enveloping surround sound experience.
If a home theater only has two sidewall surround
speakers, the surround speakers may sound similar to
headphones lacking spaciousness and envelopment.
Surround sounds will also collapse toward the closet
speaker as you move away from the middle seating
position. Adaptive Decorrelation slightly changes one
surround channel’s time and phase relationship with
respect to the other surround experience as in a movie
theater using only two speakers.
ASA (Advanced Speaker Array)
ASA is a proprietary THX technology which processes
the audio on the two side and two back surround
speakers for the optional surround sound experience.
When you set up your home theater system using
eight speaker outputs (Front Left, Center, Front Right,
Surround Right, Surround Back Right, Surround Back
Left, Surround Left, and Subwoofer), be sure to go to
the THX Audio Setup screen and choose the setting that
closely corresponds to the back speaker spacing. This
will reoptimize the surround sound field. ASA is used in
three modes: THX Select2 Cinema, THX Select2 Music
and THX Select2 Games.
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Advanced Settings
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Operation
Advanced Settings
4. Press / to select the desired menu, and then press
1. Press Receiver on the remote controller.
Always press Receiver first to change the remote
controller to Receiver mode (the mode to operate
this unit) since its mode may be changed to operate
another component.
Enter.
SETUP
1. Input/Output Assign
1. Monitor Out
2. HDMI Input
3. Component Video Input
How to Set
4. Composite Video Input
5. Digital Audio Input
The unit allows you to configure advanced settings, such as
to remap the input and input selector, or configure various
speaker settings in order to provide even better experience.
Make the settings in "Setup" of the HOME menu.
z Operation: You can set up by viewing the guidance
displayed on the TV screen. To display the guidance, you
need to make HDMI connection between the unit and
TV. Select the item with the cursor buttons of the remote
controller and press Enter to confirm your selection. To
return to the previous screen, press Return. To return to the
HOME menu, press Home.
2. Press Home to display the HOME menu.
5. With the / / /
cursors, select the desired item to
configure the settings.
When "ENTER" is displayed on the setting item,
press Enter.
1-1. Monitor Out
Monitor Out
3. Select "Setup" with the /
cursors and press Enter.
Zone 2 Monitor Out
Resolution
MAIN
Use
Through
HOME
Setup
Select which HDMI output you connected to TV. HDCP 2. 2 is available for MAIN output.
To save changes and finish the setting: Press Home to
exit.
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Advanced Settings
1.Input/Output Assign
Setting Item
Resolution
Monitor Out
The video input signals input to the unit will be converted when they are output from the
HDMI OUT jack to the TV so that their resolution can match that of the TV used.
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Monitor Out
MAIN
Select the HDMI jack to be connected with TV.
"MAIN": When connecting the TV to the HDMI OUT
MAIN jack
"SUB": When connecting the TV to the HDMI OUT
SUB jack
"MAIN+SUB": When connecting to both the MAIN
and SUB jacks
r Video signals input to the COMPOSIT VIDEO
input jack or the COMPONENT VIDEO input jacks
will be upconverted to HDMI signals and then
output from the HDMI OUT jack.
r Different "Resolution" values can be set for “MAIN”
and “SUB”.
r The HDMI jack of this unit is compliant with
HDCP2.2 (HDMI OUT MAIN and HDMI IN3 jacks
only).
Zone 2 Monitor
Out
Use
This is the setting to output to TV of Zone 2 which is
connected to the HDMI OUT ZONE2 jack.
"Use": Enable this function
"Not Use": Disable this function
Default Value
Setting Details
Through
Specify the output resolution of the HDMI OUT jacks.
The image resolution of the unit will be converted so
that it can match the resolution supported by the TV
used.
"Through": The output resolution will be the same as
that of the input signals.
"Auto": The resolution will automatically be converted
according to the resolution supported by the TV.
"480p (480p/576p)", "720p", "1680×720p", "1080i",
"1080p", "2560×1080p": Select the desired
resolution.
"4K": About four times as high resolution as 1080p
(3840×2160 or 4096×2160 pixels depending on the
resolution supported by the connected TV)
"Source": The output resolution will be the one set for
"Resolution" which is shown in the section "4. Source
Setup" - "Picture Adjust" - "Resolution".
r If "1080p" is selected, 1080p/24 input signals will
be output with an unchanged resolution.
r If the selected resolution is not supported by the
monitor, the video is output in the same resolution
as the input signal.
r If "4K" is selected, video signals may not be
output to some types of TV. For details, see
"Supported Video Resolution of HDMI OUT MAIN/
SUB Jacks" in "Troubleshooting".
r If "Monitor Out" is set to "MAIN+SUB", only
"Through" or "Auto" can be set.
r You can check the video on the TV while making
this setting. Select the value with the cursors and
press Enter. Press Return if no video is displayed.
(except when "NET" or "USB" is selected)
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Advanced Settings
HDMI Input
Component Video Input
It is possible to change assignment of input selector buttons and the HDMI IN jacks.
BD/DVD button and CBL/SAT button is assigned to COMPONENT VIDEO IN jack as factory
default setting. This assignment can be changed if necessary. If you do not assign a jack,
select "-----".
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
BD/DVD
HDMI 1
"HDMI 1" to "HDMI 7": Desired HDMI IN jack can be
assigned to BD/DVD button. If you do not assign a
jack, select "-----". To select an HDMI IN jack already
assigned to another input selector, change its setting
to "-----" first.
CBL/SAT
STB/DVR
GAME
HDMI 2
"HDMI 1" to "HDMI 7": Desired HDMI IN jack can be
assigned to CBL/SAT button. If you do not assign a
jack, select "-----". To select an HDMI IN jack already
assigned to another input selector, change its setting
to "-----" first.
HDMI 3
(HDCP 2.2)
"HDMI 1" to "HDMI 7": Desired HDMI IN jack can be
assigned to STB/DVR button. If you do not assign a
jack, select "-----". To select an HDMI IN jack already
assigned to another input selector, change its setting
to "-----" first.
HDMI 4
"HDMI 1" to "HDMI 7": Desired HDMI IN jack can
be assigned to Game button. If you do not assign a
jack, select "-----". To select an HDMI IN jack already
assigned to another input selector, change its setting
to "-----" first.
PC
HDMI 5
"HDMI 1" to "HDMI 7": Desired HDMI IN jack can
be assigned to PC button. If you do not assign a
jack, select "-----". To select an HDMI IN jack already
assigned to another input selector, change its setting
to "-----" first.
AUX
Front/MHL
The setting cannot be changed.
TV/CD
-----
"HDMI 1" to "HDMI 7": Desired HDMI IN jack can
be assigned to TV/CD button. If you do not assign a
jack, select "-----". To select an HDMI IN jack already
assigned to another input selector, change its setting
to "-----" first.
PHONO
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-----
"HDMI 1" to "HDMI 7": Desired HDMI IN jack can
be assigned to Phono button. If you do not assign a
jack, select "-----". To select an HDMI IN jack already
assigned to another input selector, change its setting
to "-----" first.
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
BD/DVD
COMPONENT 1 "COMPONENT 1", "COMPONENT 2":
COMPONENT VIDEO IN jack is assigned to BD/
DVD button.
CBL/SAT
COMPONENT 2 "COMPONENT 1", "COMPONENT 2":
COMPONENT VIDEO IN jack is assigned to CBL/
SAT button.
STB/DVR
-----
"COMPONENT 1", "COMPONENT 2":
COMPONENT VIDEO IN jack is assigned to STB/
DVR button.
GAME
-----
"COMPONENT 1", "COMPONENT 2":
COMPONENT VIDEO IN jack is assigned to Game
button.
PC
-----
"COMPONENT 1", "COMPONENT 2":
COMPONENT VIDEO IN jack is assigned to PC
button.
AUX
-----
"COMPONENT 1", "COMPONENT 2":
COMPONENT VIDEO IN jack is assigned to AUX
button.
TV/CD
-----
"COMPONENT 1", "COMPONENT 2":
COMPONENT VIDEO IN jack is assigned to TV/CD
button.
PHONO
-----
"COMPONENT 1", "COMPONENT 2":
COMPONENT VIDEO IN jack is assigned to Phono
button.
r When "Monitor Out" is set to "MAIN" or "MAIN+SUB" and "Resolution" is set to "Through", the
component signals will be output with their resolution unchanged. So, TV sets not supporting these
resolutions will not be able to display video.
Advanced Settings
Composite Video Input
Digital Audio Input
It is possible to change assignment of input selector buttons and the COMPOSITE VIDEO
IN V1 to 3 jacks.
It is possible to change assignment of input selector buttons and the DIGITAL IN COAXIAL
1 to 3/OPTICAL 1 to 2 jacks.
Setting Item
Default Value Setting Details
Setting Item
Default Value Setting Details
BD/DVD
-----
"VIDEO 1" to "VIDEO 3": Desired COMPOSITE
VIDEO IN V jack can be assigned to BD/DVD button.
If you do not assign a jack, select "-----".
BD/DVD
COAXIAL 1
CBL/SAT
VIDEO 1
"VIDEO 1" to "VIDEO 3": Desired COMPOSITE
VIDEO IN V jack can be assigned to CBL/SAT
button. If you do not assign a jack, select "-----".
"COAXIAL 1", "COAXIAL 2", "COAXIAL 3",
"OPTICAL 1", "OPTICAL 2": Desired DIGITAL IN
jack can be assigned to BD/DVD button. If you do
not assign a jack, select "-----".
CBL/SAT
COAXIAL 2
"COAXIAL 1", "COAXIAL 2", "COAXIAL 3",
"OPTICAL 1", "OPTICAL 2": Desired DIGITAL IN
jack can be assigned to CBL/SAT button. If you do
not assign a jack, select "-----".
STB/DVR
COAXIAL 3
"COAXIAL 1", "COAXIAL 2", "COAXIAL 3",
"OPTICAL 1", "OPTICAL 2": Desired DIGITAL IN
jack can be assigned to STB/DVR button. If you do
not assign a jack, select "-----".
GAME
OPTICAL 1
"COAXIAL 1", "COAXIAL 2", "COAXIAL 3",
"OPTICAL 1", "OPTICAL 2": Desired DIGITAL IN
jack can be assigned to Game button. If you do not
assign a jack, select "-----".
PC
-----
"COAXIAL 1", "COAXIAL 2", "COAXIAL 3",
"OPTICAL 1", "OPTICAL 2": Desired DIGITAL IN
jack can be assigned to PC button. If you do not
assign a jack, select "-----".
STB/DVR
VIDEO 2
"VIDEO 1" to "VIDEO 3": Desired COMPOSITE
VIDEO IN V jack can be assigned to STB/DVR
button. If you do not assign a jack, select "-----".
GAME
VIDEO 3
"VIDEO 1" to "VIDEO 3": Desired COMPOSITE
VIDEO IN V jack can be assigned to Game button. If
you do not assign a jack, select "-----".
PC
PC IN
The setting cannot be changed.
AUX
FRONT
The setting cannot be changed.
TV/CD
-----
"VIDEO 1" to "VIDEO 3": Desired COMPOSITE
VIDEO IN V jack can be assigned to TV/CD button.
If you do not assign a jack, select "-----".
PHONO
-----
"VIDEO 1" to "VIDEO 3": Desired COMPOSITE
VIDEO IN V jack can be assigned to Phono button. If
you do not assign a jack, select "-----".
r When "Monitor Out" is set to "MAIN" or "MAIN+SUB" and "Resolution" is set to "Through", the
composite signals will be output with their resolution unchanged. So, TV sets not supporting these
resolutions will not be able to display video.
AUX
FRONT
The setting cannot be changed.
TV/CD
OPTICAL 2
"COAXIAL 1", "COAXIAL 2", "COAXIAL 3",
"OPTICAL 1", "OPTICAL 2": Desired DIGITAL IN
jack can be assigned to TV/CD button. If you do not
assign a jack, select "-----".
PHONO
-----
"COAXIAL 1", "COAXIAL 2", "COAXIAL 3",
"OPTICAL 1", "OPTICAL 2": Desired DIGITAL IN
jack can be assigned to Phono button. If you do not
assign a jack, select "-----".
r Supported sampling rates for PCM signals (stereo/mono) from a digital input are
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Advanced Settings
2.Speaker Setup
Setting Item
Default Value Setting Details
Allows you to change the speaker configuration such as presence or not of subwoofer,
crossover frequency, and so on. Settings are automatically configured if you use the
Automatic Speaker Setup.
Furthermore, this setting cannot be selected if headphones are connected or audio is
output from the speakers of the TV.
Height 2 Speakers
Type
Not Use
Set the type of speakers connected to HEIGHT 2
speaker terminals.
Selectable options vary depending on the setting
for "Front Speakers Type". Select from the following
options according to the type and layout of the
connected speakers and the setting for "Front
Speakers Type".
If "Front Speakers Type" is set to "Normal": Select
"Not Use", "Top Middle", "Top Rear", "Rear High",
"Dolby Enabled Speaker (Surround)", or "Dolby
Enabled Speaker (Back)".
If "Front Speakers Type" is set to "Bi-Amp": Select
"Not Use", "Front High", "Top Front", "Top Middle",
"Dolby Enabled Speaker (Front)", "Dolby Enabled
Speaker (Surround)", or "Dolby Enabled Speaker
(Back)".
r In any of the following cases, this setting will be
set to "Not Use".
– "Front Speakers Type" is set to "Normal" and
"Height 1 Speakers Type" is set to "Not Use".
– "Height 1 Speakers Type" is set to "Top
Middle", "Dolby Enabled Speaker (Surround)"
or "Dolby Enabled Speaker (Back)".
r "Dolby Enabled Speaker (Surround)" cannot be
set when "Surround" is set to "None".
r "Dolby Enabled Speaker (Back)" cannot be set
when "Back" is set to "None" or "Back ch" is set
to "1ch".
Powered Zone 2
No
Set presence of speaker terminal connection of
Zone 2
"Yes": When speakers are connected to ZONE 2
speaker terminals
"No": When speakers are not connected to ZONE 2
speaker terminals
r If "Height 2 Speakers Type" is set to other than
"Not Use", this item will be set to "No".
Speaker Settings
Change the impedance of the connected speakers, the type of front speaker connection,
and other speaker settings.
Setting Item
Default Value Setting Details
Speaker
Impedance
6ohms
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"4ohms": When any of the connected speakers have
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or more impedance
Front Speakers
Type
Normal
Select the type of front speaker connection.
"Normal": When front speakers are connected in a
normal manner
"Bi-Amp": When front speakers are bi-amp
connected
Passive Subwoofer
No
Select "Yes" when connecting a passive subwoofer.
r The setting cannot be changed if "Front Speakers
Type" is set to "Bi-Amp".
Height 1 Speakers
Type
Not Use
Set the type of speakers connected to HEIGHT 1
speaker terminals.
Select from the following options according to the
type and layout of the connected speakers: "Not
Use", "Front High", "Top Front", "Top Middle", "Dolby
Enabled Speaker (Front)", "Dolby Enabled Speaker
(Surround)", or "Dolby Enabled Speaker (Back)".
r If "Front Speakers Type" is set to "Bi-Amp", this
setting will be set to " Not Use".
r The setting returns to "Not Use" if "Passive
Subwoofer" is set to "Yes".
r "Dolby Enabled Speaker (Surround)" cannot be
set when "Surround" is set to "None".
r "Dolby Enabled Speaker (Back)" cannot be set
when "Back" is set to "None" or "Back ch" is set
to "1ch".
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value Setting Details
Speaker Configuration
Powered Zone 3
No
Allows you to change the speaker configuration such as presence or not of each speaker,
crossover frequency, and so on. Settings are automatically configured if you use the
Automatic Speaker Setup. Audio will not be output while you are making this setting.
Set the connection of speakers to Zone 3 speaker
terminals.
"Yes": When speakers are connected to Zone 3
speaker terminals
"No": When speakers are not connected to Zone 3
speaker terminals
r In any of the following cases, this setting will be
set to "No".
– "Front Speakers Type" is set to "Bi-Amp".
– "Passive Subwoofer" is set to "Yes".
– "Height 1 Speakers Type" is set to the one
other than "Not Use".
– "Powered Zone 2" is set to "No".
Setting Item
Default Value Setting Details
Subwoofer
2 ch
Set the PRE OUT SW jacks which output audio
signals.
"1ch": Only the PRE OUT SW1 jacks output audio
signals.
"2ch": Both the PRE OUT SW1 jacks and the PRE
OUT SW2 jacks output audio signals.
"No": Neither the PRE OUT SW1 jacks nor the PRE
OUT SW2 jacks output audio signals.
r The setting cannot be set to "No" if "Passive
Subwoofer" is set to "Yes".
Front
80Hz(THX)
Select the crossover frequency from "40Hz" to
"200Hz" to start outputting frequencies for each
channel.
"Full Band": Full band will be output.
r "Front" will be fixed to "Full Band" if "Subwoofer"
is set to "No", and the bass frequencies of the
other channels will be output from the front
speakers. To make the settings, refer to the
instruction manual of the speakers used.
Center
80Hz(THX)
Select the crossover frequency from "40Hz" to
"200Hz" to start outputting frequencies for each
channel.
"Full Band": Full band will be output.
"None": When no compatible speaker is connected
r "Full Band" can be selected only when "Front" is
set to "Full Band".
Surround
80Hz(THX)
Select the crossover frequency from "40Hz" to
"200Hz" to start outputting frequencies for each
channel.
"Full Band": Full band will be output.
"None": When no compatible speaker is connected
r "Full Band" can be selected only when "Front" is
set to "Full Band".
r "None" can be selected only when "Speaker
Settings" - "Height 1 Speakers Type" or "Speaker
Settings" - "Height 2 Speakers Type" is set to
"Not Use".
r For impedance, check the indications on the back of the speakers or their instruction manual.
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value Setting Details
Setting Item
Default Value Setting Details
Back
80Hz(THX)
Height 1
None
Select the crossover frequency from "40Hz" to
"200Hz" to start outputting frequencies for each
channel.
"Full Band": Full band will be output.
r The setting is fixed to "None" if "Height 1
Speakers Type" is set to "Not Use".
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker
Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is set to "BiAMP".
r "Full Band" can be selected only when "Front" is
set to "Full Band".
r If any type is selected in "Speaker Settings" "Height 1 Speakers Type", this setting will be set
to "80Hz(THX)" as default value. In this case, this
setting cannot be set to "None".
Height 2
None
Select the crossover frequency from "40Hz" to
"200Hz" to start outputting frequencies for each
channel.
"Full Band": Full band will be output.
r The setting is fixed to "None" if "Height 2
Speakers Type" is set to "Not Use".
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker
Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is set to "BiAMP".
r "Full Band" can be selected only when "Front" is
set to "Full Band".
r If any type is selected in "Speaker Settings" "Height 2 Speakers Type", this setting will be set
to "80Hz(THX)" as default value. In this case, this
setting cannot be set to "None".
LPF of LFE
120Hz
Set the low-pass filter for LFE (low-frequency effect)
signals in order to pass lower frequency signals than
the set value and thus cancel unwanted noises. The
low-pass filter will be effective only on sources with
LFE channel.
Select a value between "80Hz" to "120Hz".
"Off": Do not use this function
Select the crossover frequency from "40Hz" to
"200Hz" to start outputting frequencies for each
channel.
"Full Band": Full band will be output.
"None": When no compatible speaker is connected
r In any of the following cases, this setting will be
set to "None".
– "Surround" is set to "None".
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is
set to "Normal“ or "Passive Subwoofer" is set
to "Yes", "Powered Zone 2" is set to "Yes" and
ZONE2 is set to on.
– "Speaker Settings" - "Powered Zone 3" is set
to "Yes", and ZONE 2 and ZONE 3 are set to
on.
r "Full Band" can be selected only when
"Surround" is set to "Full Band".
Back ch
2ch
Select the number of channels of the connected
surround back speaker.
"1ch": When one speaker is connected (Connect to
the BACK L terminal)
"2ch": When two speakers are connected
r The setting cannot be changed if "Back" is set to
"None".
Wide
None
Select the crossover frequency from "40Hz" to
"200Hz" to start outputting frequencies for each
channel.
"Full Band": Full band will be output.
"None": When no compatible speaker is connected
r In any of the following cases, this setting will be
set to "None".
– "Surround" is set to "None".
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is
set to "Bi-Amp".
– "Speaker Settings" - "Height 2 Speakers
Type" is set to other than "Not Use".
– "Speaker Settings" - "Powered Zone 2" is set
to "Yes".
r "Full Band" can be selected only when "Front" is
set to "Full Band".
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value Setting Details
Speaker Distance
Subwoofer Phase
0°
Set the distance from each speaker to the listening position. Settings are automatically
configured if you use the automatic speaker setup.
Double Bass
-----
Bass sound of the subwoofers may be insufficient
depending on the type of sound and the listening
position. In that case, change the phase of
subwoofers. Set the phase value while listening to
the sound so that you can obtain your preferred
bass sound.
"0°": The subwoofer is in normal phase.
"180°": The subwoofer is in reverse phase.
r The setting cannot be changed if "Subwoofer" is
set to "No".
Boost bass output by feeding bass sounds from
the front left and right, and center speakers to the
subwoofer.
"On": Bass output will be boosted.
"Off(THX)": Bass output will not be boosted.
r The setting will not automatically be configured
even if you performed the automatic speaker
setup.
r If "Subwoofer" is set to "No" or if "Front" is set
to other than "Full Band", the setting cannot be
changed.
r If you're using THX-certified speakers, we recommend the following settings:
– Set a value "80Hz(THX)" in Crossover frequency.
– Set a value "80Hz(THX)" in LPF of LFE.
– Set a value "Off(THX)" in Double Bass.
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Unit
feet/meters
Specify the unit of distance for configuring settings.
"feet": When setting in feet (0.1 ft to 30.0 ft, in
increments of 0.1 ft)
"meters": When setting in meters (0.03 m to 9.00 m,
in increments of 0.03 m)
Front Left
12.0ft/3.60m
Specify the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
Wide Left
12.0ft/3.60m
Specify the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker
Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is set to "BiAMP".
Center
12.0ft/3.60m
Specify the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
Wide Right
12.0ft/3.60m
Specify the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker
Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is set to "BiAMP".
Front Right
12.0ft/3.60m
Specify the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
Surround Right
7.0ft/2.10m
Specify the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Back Right
7.0ft/2.10m
Specify the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
r The setting is not displayed if "Speaker
Configuration" - "Back" is set to other than
"None" and also "Back ch" is set to "1ch".
r In the following cases, the setting cannot be changed:
– "Speaker Settings" - "Powered Zone 3" is set to
"Yes", and ZONE2 and ZONE3 are set to on.
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is
set to "Normal“ or "Passive Subwoofer" is set
to "Yes", "Powered Zone 2" is set to "Yes" and
ZONE2 is set to on.
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is
set to "Bi-AMP".
Surround Left
7.0ft/2.10m
Specify the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
Subwoofer 1
12.0ft/3.60m
Specify the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker
Configuration" - "Subwoofer" is set to "None".
Subwoofer 2
12.0ft/3.60m
Specify the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker
Configuration" - "Subwoofer" is set to "1ch" or
"None".
Height 1 Left
9.0ft/2.70m
Specify the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker
Settings" - "Height 1 Speakers Type" is set to
"Not Use".
Height 1 Right
9.0ft/2.70m
Specify the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker
Settings" - "Height 1 Speakers Type" is set to
"Not Use".
Height 2 Right
9.0ft/2.70m
Specify the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
r This setting cannot be changed in any of the
following cases.
– "Speaker Settings" - "Height 2 Speakers
Type" is set to "Not Use".
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is
set to "Bi-Amp".
Height 2 Left
9.0ft/2.70m
Specify the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
r This setting cannot be changed in any of the
following cases.
– "Speaker Settings" - "Height 2 Speakers
Type" is set to "Not Use".
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is
set to "Bi-Amp".
Back Left
Back
30
7.0ft/2.10m
7.0ft/2.10m
Specify the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
r The setting is not displayed if "Speaker
Configuration" - "Back" is set to other than
"None" and also "Back ch" is set to "1ch".
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker Settings"
- "Front Speakers Type" is set to "Bi-AMP".
r In the following cases, the setting cannot be
changed:
– "Speaker Settings" - "Powered Zone 3" is set to
"Yes", and ZONE2 and ZONE3 are set to on.
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is
set to "Normal“ or "Passive Subwoofer" is set
to "Yes", "Powered Zone 2" is set to "Yes" and
ZONE2 is set to on.
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is
set to "Bi-AMP".
Specify the distance between each speaker and the
listening position.
r The setting is not displayed only if "Speaker
Configuration" - "Back" is set to other than
"None" and also "Back ch" is set to "1ch".
r In the following cases, the setting cannot be changed:
– "Speaker Settings" - "Powered Zone 3" is set to
"Yes", and ZONE2 and ZONE3 are set to on.
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is
set to "Normal“ or "Passive Subwoofer" is set
to "Yes", "Powered Zone 2" is set to "Yes" and
ZONE2 is set to on.
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is
set to "Bi-AMP".
r When the speaker is set to "None" in "Speaker Configuration", the settings for "Speaker Distance"
cannot be changed.
r Default values vary depending on the regions.
Advanced Settings
Level Calibration
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Adjust the level of each speaker with the built-in test tone. Settings are automatically
configured if you use the Automatic Speaker Setup.
Back Left
0.0dB
Select a value between -12.0dB" to "+12.0dB. A
test tone will be output each time you change the
value. Select the desired level.
r The setting is not displayed if "Speaker
Configuration" - "Back" is set to other than "None"
and also "Back ch" is set to other than "1ch".
r In the following cases, the setting cannot be
changed:
– "Speaker Settings" - "Powered Zone 3" is set to
"Yes", and ZONE2 and ZONE3 are set to on.
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is
set to "Normal“ or "Passive Subwoofer" is set
to "Yes", "Powered Zone 2" is set to "Yes" and
ZONE2 is set to on.
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is
set to "Bi-AMP".
Back
0.0dB
Select a value between -12.0dB" to "+12.0dB. A
test tone will be output each time you change the
value. Select the desired level.
r The setting is displayed only if "Speaker
Configuration" - "Back" is set to other than
"None" and also "Back ch" is set to "1ch".
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker Settings"
- "Front Speakers Type" is set to "Bi-AMP".
Surround Left
0.0dB
Select a value between -12.0dB" to "+12.0dB. A
test tone will be output each time you change the
value. Select the desired level.
Subwoofer 1
0.0dB
Select a value between "-15.0dB" to "+12.0dB". A
test tone will be output each time you change the
value. Select the desired level.
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker
Configuration" - "Subwoofer" is set to "None".
Subwoofer 2
0.0dB
Select a value between "-15.0dB" to "+12.0dB". A
test tone will be output each time you change the
value. Select the desired level.
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker
Configuration" - "Subwoofer" is set to "1ch" or
"None".
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Front Left
0.0dB
Select a value between -12.0dB" to "+12.0dB (in
0.5dB increments). A test tone will be output each
time you change the value. Select the desired level.
Wide Left
0.0dB
Select a value between -12.0dB" to "+12.0dB. A
test tone will be output each time you change the
value. Select the desired level.
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker Settings"
- "Front Speakers Type" is set to "Bi-AMP".
Center
0.0dB
Select a value between -12.0dB" to "+12.0dB. A
test tone will be output each time you change the
value. Select the desired level.
Wide Right
0.0dB
Select a value between -12.0dB" to "+12.0dB. A
test tone will be output each time you change the
value. Select the desired level.
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker Settings"
- "Front Speakers Type" is set to "Bi-AMP".
Front Right
0.0dB
Select a value between -12.0dB" to "+12.0dB. A
test tone will be output each time you change the
value. Select the desired level.
Surround Right
0.0dB
Select a value between -12.0dB" to "+12.0dB. A
test tone will be output each time you change the
value. Select the desired level.
Back Right
0.0dB
Select a value between -12.0dB" to "+12.0dB. A
test tone will be output each time you change the
value. Select the desired level.
r The setting is not displayed if "Speaker
Configuration" - "Back" is set to other than "None"
and also "Back ch" is set to other than "1ch".
r In the following cases, the setting cannot be
changed:
– "Speaker Settings" - "Powered Zone 3" is set to
"Yes", and ZONE2 and ZONE3 are set to on.
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is
set to "Normal“ or "Passive Subwoofer" is set
to "Yes", "Powered Zone 2" is set to "Yes" and
ZONE2 is set to on.
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type" is
set to "Bi-AMP".
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Height 1 Left
0.0dB
Select a value between -12.0dB" to "+12.0dB. A
test tone will be output each time you change the
value. Select the desired level.
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker
Settings" - "Height 1 Speakers Type" is set to
"Not Use".
Height 1 Right
0.0dB
Select a value between -12.0dB" to "+12.0dB. A
test tone will be output each time you change the
value. Select the desired level.
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker
Settings" - "Height 1 Speakers Type" is set to
"Not Use".
Height 2 Right
0.0dB
Select a value between -12.0dB" to "+12.0dB. A
test tone will be output each time you change the
value. Select the desired level.
r This setting cannot be changed in any of the
following cases.
– "Speaker Settings" - "Height 2 Speakers
Type" is set to "Not Use".
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type"
is set to "Bi-Amp".
Height 2 Left
0.0dB
Select a value between -12.0dB" to "+12.0dB. A
test tone will be output each time you change the
value. Select the desired level.
r This setting cannot be changed in any of the
following cases.
– "Speaker Settings" - "Height 2 Speakers
Type" is set to "Not Use".
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type"
is set to "Bi-Amp".
r In the following cases, the settings for "Level Calibration" cannot be changed:
– The speaker is set to "No" or "None" in "Speaker Configuration".
– Mute (MUTING) is set.
r The test tone is output at the standard level for THX, which is 0dB (absolute volume setting 82). If you
normally listen at volume settings below this, be careful because the test tone will be much louder.
r If you are using a handheld sound level meter, adjust the level of each speaker so that it reads 75 dB
SPL at the listening position, measured in C-Weighting and slow reading.
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THX Audio Setup
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Surr Back Speaker
Spacing
>4ft/>1.2m
Select the distance between the surround back
speakers from the following values.
When "Unit" is set to "feet" in "Speaker Distance":
Select a value from "<1ft", "1ft-4ft", and ">4ft".
When "Unit" is set to "meters" in "Speaker
Distance": Select a value from "<0.3m",
"0.3m-1.2m", and ">1.2m".
r This setting cannot be changed in any of the
following cases.
– "Speaker Configuration" - "Back" is set to
"None".
– "Speaker Configuration" - "Back ch" is set
to "1ch".
– "Speaker Settings" - "Powered Zone 3" is
set to "Yes", and ZONE2 and ZONE3 are
set to on.
– "Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers
Type" is set to "Normal“ or "Passive
Subwoofer" is set to "Yes", "Powered Zone
2" is set to "Yes" and ZONE2 is set to on.
THX Ultra2/
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No
Set whether a THX-certified subwoofer is
connected or not.
"Yes": When a THX-certified subwoofer is connected
"No": When a THX-certified subwoofer is not
connected
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker
Configuration" - "Subwoofer" is set to "No".
BGC (Boundary Gain Off
Compensation)
If your listening room layout (for practical or
aesthetic reasons) locates most of the listeners
close to the rear wall, the resulting bass level can
be sufficiently reinforced by the boundary that the
overall sound becomes "boomy". THX Select2 Plus
receivers contain a Boundary Gain Compensation
(BGC) feature to improve bass balance.
"On": Use this function
"Off": Do not use this function
r This setting cannot be changed in any of the
following cases.
– "Speaker Configuration" - "Subwoofer" is
set to "No".
– "THX Ultra2/Select2 Subwoofer" is set to "No".
Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
3.Audio Adjust
Loudness Plus
On
When the "Loudness Plus" setting is set to
"On", it is possible to enjoy even subtle nuances
of audio expression at low volume. This is
only available when the THX listening mode is
selected.
"On": Use this function
"Off": Do not use this function
THX Loudness Plus
THX Loudness Plus is a new volume control
technology featured in THX Ultra2 Plus™ and
THX Select2 Plus™ Certified receivers.
With THX Loudness Plus, home theater
audiences can now experience the rich details
in a surround mix at any volume level.
A consequence of turning the volume below
Reference Level is that certain sound elements
can be lost or perceived differently by the
listener. THX Loudness Plus compensates for
the tonal and spatial shifts that occur when the
volume is reduced by intelligently adjusting
ambient surround channel levels and frequency
response. This enables users experience
the true impact of soundtracks regardless of
the volume setting. THX Loudness Plus is
automatically applied when listening in any THX
listening mode. The new THX Cinema, THX
Music, and THX Games modes are tailored to
apply the proper THX Loudness Plus settings
for each type of content.
Configure various settings related to sound, such as settings for listening to multiplex audio
or multilingual TV broadcasts and sound field settings for listening modes.
Multiplex/Mono
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Multiplex
Input Channel
Main
Set the audio channel or language to be output
when playing multiplex audio or multilingual TV
broadcasts etc.
"Main": Main channel only
"Sub": Sub channel only
"Main/Sub": Main and sub channels will be
output at the same time.
r If multiplex audio is being played, "1+1" will
be displayed when Display on the main unit
is pressed.
Mono
Input Channel
Left+Right
Set the input channel to use for playing any
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"Left": Left channel only
"Right": Right channel only
"Left+Right": Left and right channels
Mono
Output Speaker
Center
Select the speaker to output monaural audio in
the Mono listening mode.
"Center": Audio is output from the center
speaker.
"Left/Right": Audio is output from the front L/R
speakers.
r The setting will be fixed to "Left/Right" if
"Speaker Configuration" - "Center" is set to
"None".
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Advanced Settings
Dolby
LFE Level
Make the settings for Dolby listening mode.
Set the low-frequency effect (LFE) level of the Dolby Digital, DTS, Multichannel PCM, Dolby
TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio and DSD signals.
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Loudness
Management
On
Enable the Late Night function that allows you to enjoy
surround sound of Dolby TrueHD playback even in low
volume.
"On": Use this function
"Off": Do not use this function
Center Spread
Off
Adjust the width of the front sound field created during
Dolby Surround listening mode playback.
"On": The sound field is spread to left and right.
"Off": The sound field is centralized.
r The setting will be fixed to "Off" if "Speaker
Configuration" - "Center" is set to "None".
DTS
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Dolby Digital/
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Select the low-frequency effect (LFE) level of
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r This setting works on LFE channel volume of
Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus sources.
DTS/DTS-HD
Highresolution Audio
0 dB
Select the low-frequency effect (LFE) level of
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low-frequency effect sound is too strong, select
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r This setting works on LFE channel volume of
DTS and DTS-HD High Resolution sources.
Multich PCM
0 dB
Select the low-frequency effect (LFE) level of
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low-frequency effect sound is too strong, select
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Dolby TrueHD
0 dB
Select the low-frequency effect (LFE) level of
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low-frequency effect sound is too strong, select
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DTS-HD Master
Audio
0 dB
Select the low-frequency effect (LFE) level of
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low-frequency effect sound is too strong, select
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DSD
0 dB
Select the low-frequency effect (LFE) level of
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low-frequency effect sound is too strong, select
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r This setting works on LFE channel volume of
DSD (Super Audio CD) sources.
Make the settings for DTS Neo:X Music listening mode.
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Neo:X Music
Center Image
2
Adjust the width of the sound field of the front
channel when playing in the DTS Neo:X Music
listening mode.
"0" to "5": Selecting a smaller value brings the
sound field of the front channel to the center while
selecting a larger value spreads the sound field of
the front channel to left and right.
Theater-Dimensional
Make the settings for Theater-Dimensional mode.
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Listening Angle
Wide
Set the angle of the front left and right speakers
relative to the listening position when playing in
the Theater-Dimensional listening mode.
"Narrow": Less than 30°
"Wide": Greater than 30°
r Values recommended for "Listening Angle" are: 20° when "Narrow" is selected and 40° when "Wide"
is selected.
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Advanced Settings
Direct
4.Source Setup
Make the settings for Direct listening modes.
Adjust the volume level difference among the multiple devices connected to this unit,
rename an input selector, or adjust the image quality. The setting can be separately set to
each input selector button. When you select a desired input to check the video or audio,
start playback of the connected device.
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Analog Subwoofer
Off
Set the output of low-frequency signals from the
subwoofer during playback in Direct listening
mode.
"Off": No output
"On": Output
r The setting cannot be changed if "Speaker
Configuration" - "Subwoofer" is set to "No".
DSD DAC Direct
Off
Set processing of DSD (Super Audio CD) audio
signals performed by DSP when Direct listening
mode is selected.
"Off": DSD signals are processed by the DSP.
"On": DSD signals are not processed by the DSP.
AccuEQ Room Calibration
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
AccuEQ Room
Calibration
Off
Enable/disable the sound field set in automatic
speaker setup
"On": Enable this function
"Off": Disable this function
r In the following cases, the setting cannot be
changed:
– Automatic speaker setup is not performed.
– Headphones are connected.
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
IntelliVolume
0 dB
Adjust the volume level difference between the
devices connected to the unit. Select a value
between -12.0dB" to "+12.0dB.
Set a negative value (–) if the volume of the target
device is larger than the others and a positive
value (+) if smaller.
r This function is not effective in Zone 2/Zone 3.
IntelliVolume
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Advanced Settings
Name Edit
Picture Adjust
Set an easy name to each input. The set name will be shown on the main unit display.
Adjust the image quality. If you adjust it by checking the video, press Enter. Press Return to
return the screen to the previous status.
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Name
Input name
1. Select a character or symbol with the cursors
and press Enter.
Repeat it to input 10 or less characters.
"Shift": Switches between upper and lower
cases. (Pressing +10 on the remote controller
also toggles between upper and lower cases.)
" " " ": Moves the cursor to the arrow
direction.
"Back Space": Removes a character on the
left of the cursor.
"Space": Puts a space.
r Pressing CLR on the remote controller will
remove all the input characters.
2. After inputting, select "OK" with the cursors
and press Enter.
The input name will be saved.
r To name a preset radio station, press Tuner on the remote controller, select AM/FM and select the
preset number.
r It cannot be set if the input is "NET" or "USB".
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Wide Mode
Auto
Set the aspect ratio.
"Auto": The aspect ratio will automatically be set
according to the input signals and the monitor
output setting.
"4:3":
"Full":
"Zoom":
"Wide Zoom":
r When a 3D or 4K video source is input, this
setting is set to "Full". Furthermore, for some
resolutions, this setting may be disabled and
set to "Full".
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Picture Mode
Custom
An appropriate image quality setting for cinema or
game can be selected. You can also adjust each
item to obtain your favorite image quality.
"Custom": The items from "Game Mode" to "Blue
Contrast" below can be adjusted as desired.
"ISF Day": Select when the room is bright.
"ISF Night": Select when the room is dark.
"Cinema": When the video source is cinema
"Game": When the video source is game
"Standard": The resolution will be changed but the
image quality will not be adjusted.
"Bypass": Both the resolution and image quality
will not be adjusted.
r If you select "Bypass", the on-screen display
function will be disabled.
r The receiver has been designed to incorporate
setup and calibration standards established
by the Imaging Science Foundation (ISF).
The ISF has developed carefully crafted,
industry-recognized standards for optimal
video performance and has implemented a
training program for technicians and installers
to use these standards to obtain optimal
picture quality from the receiver. Accordingly,
Onkyo recommends that setup and calibration
be performed by an ISF Certified installation
technician.
Game Mode
Film Mode
Off
Auto
Change to the setting suitable for game. Also
correct the delay of video signals of the game
console if any.
"On": Use this function
"Off": Do not use this function
r If you select "On", the delay will be corrected
but the image quality will be lower.
r The setting will be fixed to "Off" if "Resolution"
is set to "4K".
Change to the setting suitable for film.
"Auto": Image processing suitable for film will be
executed.
"Video": "Film Mode" will not be applied and the
input signals will be processed as video source.
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Edge
Enhancement
Off
Adjust the sharpness of the outline of image.
Select from "Off", "Low", "Mid" (Middle), and
"High".
r The setting will be fixed to "Off" if "Game
Mode" is set to "On".
r When the horizontal resolution of the output
video is 2,000 TV lines or more, this setting is
set to "Off".
Noise Reduction
Off
Reduces the noise of the screen. Select from
"Off", "Low", "Mid" (Middle), and "High".
r The setting will be fixed to "Off" if "Game
Mode" is set to "On".
Resolution
Through
Adjust the output resolution of the HDMI OUT
jacks. The image resolution will be converted to
the value consistent with the resolution supported
by your TV.
"Through": The output resolution is not converted
and will be the same as that of the input signals.
"Auto": The resolution will automatically be
converted to the resolution supported by the TV.
"480p (480p/576p)", "720p", "1680×720p",
"1080i", "1080p" or "2560×1080p": Select the
desired resolution.
"4K": About four times as high resolution as 1080p
(3840×2160 or 4096×2160 pixels depending on
the resolution supported by the connected TV)
r The setting can be selected only when
"Source" is selected for "Resolution" which is
shown in the section " 1. Input/Output Assign" "Monitor Out" - "Resolution".
r If "4K" is selected, video signals may not be
output to some types of TVs. For details, see
"Supported Video Resolution of HDMI OUT
MAIN/SUB Jacks" in "Troubleshooting".
Brightness
0
Adjust brightness of the screen. Select a value
from "-50" to "+50".
Contrast
0
Adjust contrast of the screen. Select a value from
"-50" to "+50".
Hue
0
Correct hue of the screen. Select a value from
"-50" to "+50".
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Saturation
Default Value
Setting Details
Audio Selector
0
Adjust saturation of the screen. Select a value
from "-50" to "+50".
Make the audio input setting. The setting can be separately set to each input selector
button. Select the input selector to configure.
Color Temperature Normal
Set color temperature of the screen. Select from
"Warm", "Normal" and "Cool".
Gamma
0
Adjust the relative relation between the R (red),
G (green) and B (blue) data signals of the input
image and those of the output image. Select a
value from "-3" to "+3".
Red Brightness
0
Adjust the brightness of red of the screen.
Select a value from "-50" to "+50".
Red Contrast
0
Adjust the contrast of red of the screen.
Select a value from "-50" to "+50".
Green Brightness
0
Adjust the brightness of green of the screen.
Select a value from "-50" to "+50".
Green Contrast
0
Adjust the contrast of green of the screen.
Select a value from "-50" to "+50".
Blue Brightness
0
Adjust the brightness of blue of the screen.
Select a value from "-50" to "+50".
Blue Contrast
0
Adjust the contrast of blue of the screen.
Select a value from "-50" to "+50".
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Audio Selector
–
Allows you to select prior input source.
"ARC": When giving priority to input signal from
ARC compatible TV.
r The setting can be selected only when
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Return Channel" is set to "Auto" and also the
"TV/CD" input is selected.
"HDMI": When giving priority to input signal from
HDMI jacks
r The setting can be selected only when the
input is assigned to the HDMI IN jack in the
"HDMI Input" setting.
"COAXIAL" (Coaxial input): When giving priority
to input signal from COAXIAL IN jacks.
r The setting can be selected only when the
input is assigned to the COAXIAL jack in the
"Digital Audio Input" setting.
"OPTICAL" (Optical input): When giving priority
to input signal from OPTICAL IN jacks.
r The setting can be selected only when the
input is assigned to the OPTICAL jack in the
"Digital Audio Input" setting.
"Analog": To always output analog audio
independently of the input signal
Off
Specify an input signal when "HDMI", "COAXIAL
(Coaxial input)", or "OPTICAL (Optical input)" is
selected for "Audio Selector". Set this item if noise
is produced, or truncation occurs at the beginning
of a track that follows a gap when playing PCM or
DTS sources.
"Off": To play an analog signal when there is no
digital signal.
"PCM": To fix the input source to PCM (except
for Multichannel PCM).
"DTS": To fix the input source to DTS (except for
DTS-HD).
r Changing "Audio Selector" changes the
setting to "Off".
r If "NET" or "USB" is selected, the settings for "Picture Adjust" cannot be changed:
r Press CLR on the remote controller if you return all the settings from "Game Mode" through "Blue
Contrast" to their default value.
Fixed Mode
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Advanced Settings
r The setting cannot be changed when "Phono", "TUNER", "NET" or "USB" input is selected or the
WHOLE HOUSE MODE function is on.
6.Miscellaneous
Volume Setup
5.Listening Mode Preset
Make the detailed volume setting of the unit.
You can preset your favorite listening mode to each input. (For example, you can always
apply straight decode to the Dolby TrueHD source of Blu-ray Disc to play it in unchanged
sound field.)
When the list of input sources is displayed, set the signal type and listening mode.
Although it is possible to select the listening mode during playback, the selected mode will
be reset when the unit enters standby mode.
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Volume Display
Absolute
Switch the volume display between the
absolute value and relative value. The absolute
value 82 is equivalent to the relative value 0dB.
"Absolute": Absolute value such as "0.5" to
"99.5"
"Relative (THX)": Relative value such as
"-81.5dB" and "+18.0dB"
r If the absolute value is set to "82.0",
"82.0Ref" will appear on the display and the
"THX" indicator will flash.
Muting Level
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Set the volume lowered from the listening
volume when muting is on.
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(in 10 dB increments)
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Analog/PCM
All Ch Stereo
Set the listening mode for playing PCM signals
of CD and analog signals of record and cassette
tape.
Mono/Multiplex
Source
Full Mono
Set the listening mode for playing Dolby Digital
and other digital signals recorded in monaural or
multiplex audio.
2ch Source
Dolby Surround
Set the listening mode for playing Dolby Digital
and other digital signals recorded in 2 channels.
Maximum Volume
Off
Dolby D/Dolby D
Plus/
TrueHD
Dolby Surround
Set the listening mode for playing Dolby Digital,
Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby TrueHD signals.
Set the maximum value to avoid too high
volume. Select a value from "Off", "50" to "99".
Power On Volume
Last
DTS/DTS-ES/DTSHD
Straight Decode Set the listening mode for playing digital audio
signals in DTS and DTS-HD High Resolution
formats. Select the listening mode specified for
Blu-ray or such other DTS-HD Master Audio
source.
Set the volume level of when the power is
turned on. Select a value from "Last" (Volume
level before entering standby mode), "Min", "1"
to "99" and "Max".
r You cannot set a higher value than that of
"Maximum Volume".
Headphone Level
0 dB
Adjust the volume level difference between
speakers and headphones. Select a value
between -12.0dB" to "+12.0dB.
Other Multich Source Dolby Surround
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r
r
Set the listening mode for playing DSD signals
of DVD-Audio and Super Audio CD that are
input from HDMI IN jack.
Available listening modes vary depending on the input signal.
Setting "Last Valid" will always select the last selected mode.
Only "Analog" can be set to the "TUNER" input.
"Digital" and "TrueHD" can be set to the "NET" and "USB" inputs.
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Advanced Settings
OSD Setup
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Make the setting of on-screen display function that can display the setting menu screen,
volume operation screen and the like on the TV.
BD/DVD
Main
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
CBL/SAT
Main
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
On Screen Display
On
Set whether or not to display the On Screen
Display (OSD) on the TV.
"On": The operation screen will be displayed on
the TV.
"Off": The operation screen will not be displayed
on the TV.
r The operation screen may not be displayed
depending on the input signal even if "On"
is selected. If the operation screen is not
displayed, change the resolution of the
connected device.
Language
English
Select the OSD language.
Screen Saver
3min
Set the time to start the OSD screen saver.
Select a value from "3min", "5min", "10min" and
"Off".
12V Trigger A Setup
You can enable power link operation when you connect the unit and the external devices
equipped with 12V trigger input jack. When the desired input is selected, power link
operation will be activated with a control signal of maximum 12V/150mA output from the
12V trigger output jack.
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Delay
0sec
Set after how many seconds the 12V trigger
output will occur in response to the unit's
operation. As some devices cause a large
current when they turn on, delay the output if
such devices are connected. Select a value
between "0sec" to "3sec".
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
STB/DVR
Main
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
PC
Main
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
GAME
Main
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
AUX
Main
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
TV/CD
Main
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
TUNER
Main
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
PHONO
Main
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
NET
Main
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
12V Trigger B Setup
USB
Main
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
You can enable power link operation when you connect the unit and the external devices
equipped with 12V trigger input jack. When the desired input is selected, power link
operation will be activated with a control signal of maximum 12V/25mA output from the 12V
trigger output jack.
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Delay
1sec
Set after how many seconds the 12V trigger
output will occur in response to the unit's
operation. As some devices cause a large
current when they turn on, delay the output if
such devices are connected. Select a value
between "0sec" to "3sec".
BD/DVD
Main/
–†–;
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
CBL/SAT
Main/
–†–;
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone3 ": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
GAME
Main/
–†–;
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
STB/DVR
Main/
–†–;
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
PC
Main/
–†–;
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
AUX
Main/
–†–;
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
PHONO
Main/
–†–;
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
TV/CD
Main/
–†–;
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
TUNER
Main/
–†–;
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
12V Trigger C Setup
NET
Main/
–†–;
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
You can enable power link operation when you connect the unit and the external devices
equipped with 12V trigger input jack. When the desired input is selected, power link
operation will be activated with a control signal of maximum 12V/25mA output from the 12V
trigger output jack.
USB
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Main/
–†–;
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Delay
2sec
Set after how many seconds the 12V trigger
output will occur in response to the unit's
operation. As some devices cause a large
current when they turn on, delay the output if
such devices are connected. Select a value
between "0sec" to "3sec".
BD/DVD
Zone2
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
CBL/SAT
Zone2
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
GAME
Zone2
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
STB/DVR
Zone2
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
PC
Zone2
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
AUX
Zone2
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
PHONO
Zone2
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
TV/CD
Zone2
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
TUNER
Zone2
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
7.Hardware Setup
NET
Zone2
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
Multi Zone
USB
Zone2
Set the 12V trigger output setting to each
input. Setting should be made for each 12V
trigger out jack.
"Off": No output
"Main": Will be output when selected as input
source of main room playback
"Zone 2": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 2 playback
"Main/Zone 2": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 2
playback
"Zone 3": Will be output when selected as
input source of Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of main room or Zone 3
playback
"Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when selected
as input source of Zone 2 or Zone 3 playback
"Main/Zone 2/Zone 3": Will be output when
selected as input source of main room, Zone
2 or Zone 3 playback
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Zone 2 Out
Fixed
Select which of the integrated amplifier in a
separate room or this unit should be used to
adjust the volume when Zone 2 is active.
"Fixed": Adjust on the Integrated amplifier in a
separate room
"Variable": Adjust on the unit
Zone 2 Maximum
Volume
Off
Set the maximum value for Zone 2 to avoid too
high volume. Select a value from "Off", "50" to
"99".
Zone 2 Power On
Volume
Last
Set the Zone 2 volume level of when the unit is
turned on. Select a value from "Last" (Volume
level when the unit was turned off), "Min", "1" to
"99" and "Max".
r You cannot set a higher value than that of
"Zone 2 Maximum Volume".
Zone 3 Out
Fixed
Select which of the integrated amplifier in a
separate room or this unit should be used to
adjust the volume when Zone 3 is active.
"Fixed": Adjust on the Integrated amplifier in a
separate room
"Variable": Adjust on the unit
Zone 3 Maximum
Volume
Off
Set the maximum value for Zone 3 to avoid too
high volume. Select a value from "Off", "50" to
"99".
Zone 3 Power On
Volume
Last
Set the Zone 3 volume level of when the unit is
turned on. Select a value from "Last" (Volume
level when the unit was turned off), "Min", "1" to
"99" and "Max".
r You cannot set a higher value than that of
"Zone 3 Maximum Volume".
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Advanced Settings
Tuner
HDMI
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
AM/FM Frequency
Step (North
American models)
10kHz/200kHz
Select a frequency step depending on your
area of residence.
Select "10kHz/200kHz" or "9kHz/50kHz".
r When this setting is changed, all radio
presets are deleted.
HDMI CEC (RIHD)
Off
Setting to "On" enables the input selection link
and other link functions with HDMI connected
CEC compliant device.
"On": Use this function
"Off": Do not use this function
r Depending on the TV set, a link may need to
be configured on the TV.
r This function is effective only when the
device is connected to the HDMI OUT MAIN
terminal.
r Setting to "On" and closing the on-screen
menu displays the name of the CECcompatible components and "RIHD On" on
the display.
r Power consumption in standby mode may
increase if "On" is set. (Depending on the TV
status, the unit will enter the normal standby
mode.)
r If you operate the Master Volume control of
the unit when this setting is set to "On" and
you are listening to the audio through the
speakers of your TV, audio will be output
also from the speakers connected to the
unit. If you want to output from only either
of them, change the unit or TV settings, or
reduce the volume of the unit.
r If abnormal operation occurs when you set
the setting to "On", set it to "Off".
r When connecting a non-CEC compatible
component, or when you are not sure
whether it is compatible, set the setting to
"Off".
r When changing this setting, turn off and
then on again the power of all connected
components.
AM Frequency Step 9kHz
(Australian and Asian
models)
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Select a frequency step depending on your
area of residence.
Select "10kHz" or "9kHz".
r When this setting is changed, all radio
presets are deleted.
Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Control Monitor
MAIN
Select the main room monitor or the separate
room monitor for which the CEC link function is
enabled when multi-zone function is used.
"MAIN": The CEC link function is enabled for
the monitor in the main room.
"ZONE2": The CEC link function is enabled for
the monitor in Zone 2.
r "MAIN" cannot be selected when " Monitor
Out " is set to "SUB".
r "ZONE2" can be selected only when
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r When "ZONE2" is selected in "Control
Monitor", the power consumption increases
even when the unit is on standby. However,
the increase in power consumption is kept
to a minimum by automatically entering the
HYBRID STANDBY mode, where only the
essential circuit is operating.
HDMI Through
Off
You can display the video of an HDMI
connected player on the TV even if the unit is
in standby mode. This setting is effective only
for an input selector to which an HDMI jack is
assigned in "HDMI Input". It cannot be set to
any other input selector unless an HDMI jack is
assigned to it.
"Off": The setting is disabled. Video of device
connected to any jack will not be displayed.
"BD/DVD", "CBL/SAT", "STB/DVR", "GAME",
"PC", "AUX", "TV/CD", "PHONO": Video of the
device connected to the HDMI IN jack assigned
to each input will be displayed on the TV.
"Last": Video of the device connected to the
HDMI IN jack assigned to the input selector that
was selected immediately before the unit enters
standby mode will be displayed on the TV.
"Auto": Video of all the devices connected to the
HDMI IN jacks will be output to the TV.
"Auto (Eco)": Video of all the devices connected
to the HDMI IN jacks will be output to the TV.
If you select this setting when using a CECcompatible TV, you can reduce the power
consumption in standby mode.
r In the following cases, the "Auto" and
"Auto(Eco)" cannot be selected:
– "HDMI CEC (RIHD)" is set to "Off".
– "HDMI CEC (RIHD)" is set to "On" and
also "Control Monitor" is set to "ZONE2".
r When "HDMI Through" is enabled, the power
consumption increases even when the unit
is on standby. However, the increase in
power consumption is kept to a minimum
by automatically entering the HYBRID
STANDBY mode, where only the essential
circuit is operating.
r When changing the setting, turn off and
then on again the power of all connected
components.
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Audio TV Out (MAIN) Off
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Setting Details
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
You can enjoy audio through the speakers of
the HDMI connected TV while this unit is on.
"On": Use this function
"Off": Do not use this function
r If you select "On", set "HDMI CEC (RIHD)"
to "Off."
r The setting is fixed to "Auto" if "HDMI CEC
(RIHD)" is set to "On" and "Control Monitor"
is set to "MAIN".
r Listening mode cannot be changed if "Audio
TV Out (MAIN)" is set to "On" and audio is
being output through the speakers of the TV.
r Depending on your TV set or input signal
of the component, audio may not output
through the speakers of the TV even if this
setting is set to "On".
r If you operate the Master Volume control
of the unit when "Audio TV Out (MAIN)"
or "HDMI CEC (RIHD)" is set to "On" and
you are listening to the audio through the
speakers of your TV, audio will be output
from the unit. If you do not want to output
audio from the unit, change the unit or TV
settings, or reduce the volume of the unit.
r "Audio TV Out (MAIN)" is fixed to "Off" if
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"Monitor Out" is set to "SUB".
Audio TV Out (SUB)
Off
You can enjoy audio through the speakers of
the HDMI connected TV while this unit is on.
"On": Use this function
"Off": Do not use this function
r Listening mode cannot be changed while
"Audio TV Out (SUB)" is set to "On" and
audio is being output through the speakers
of the TV.
r Depending on your TV set or input signal
of the component, audio may not output
through the speakers of the TV even if this
setting is set to "On".
r If you operate the Master Volume control of
the unit when "Audio TV Out (SUB)" is set
to "On" and you are listening to the audio
through the speakers of your TV, audio will
be output from the unit. If you do not want to
output audio from the unit, change the unit
or TV settings, or reduce the volume of the
unit.
r "Audio TV Out (SUB)" is fixed to "Off" if
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"Monitor Out" is set to "MAIN".
Audio Return
Channel
–
You can enjoy sound of the HDMI connected
ARC compatible TV through the speakers
connected to the unit. To use this function, set
"HDMI CEC (RIHD)" to "On" in advance.
"Auto": When enjoying the TV sound through
the speakers connected to the unit
"Off": When not using the ARC function
r Set "Control Monitor" to "MAIN" when
changing this setting.
Lip Sync
On
This setting automatically corrects any
desynchronization between the video and audio
signals based on data from the HDMI LipSync
compatible TV.
"On": Automatic correction will be enabled.
"Off": Automatic correction will be disabled.
Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
InstaPrevue
Sub Window
Multi
Change the preview display of the video input
through HDMI, which will be displayed using
"InstaPrevue" in the HOME menu.
"Multi": Displays all the thumbnails of HDMI IN
1, 2, 3, 4 and Front at once.
"Single": Displays each thumbnail individually.
r Depending on the video source, the preview
thumbnails configured in "InstaPrevue" may
not be displayed properly.
InstaPrevue
Position
Bottom/Lower
Right
Set the position to display preview thumbnails.
When "Multi" is selected for "Sub Window":
Select from "Top", "Bottom", "Left" and "Right".
When "Single" is selected for "Sub Window":
Select from "Upper Left", "Upper Right", "Lower
Left" and "Lower Right".
r Depending on the video source, the preview
thumbnails configured in "InstaPrevue" may
not be displayed properly.
Auto Standby
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Auto Standby
On/Off
This setting places the unit on standby
automatically after 20 minutes of inactivity
without any video or audio input.
"On": The unit will automatically enter standby
mode ("ASb" will stay lit).
"Off": The unit will not automatically enter
standby mode.
r "Auto Standby" is appeared on the display
and menu screen 30 seconds before the
Auto Standby comes on.
r "Auto Standby" does not work when Zone 2/
Zone 3 is active.
r Default values vary depending on the
regions.
Setting Item
HDMI Through
Default Value
Setting Details
Off
Enable or disable "Auto Standby" while "HDMI
Through" is on.
"On": The setting will be enabled.
"Off": The setting will be disabled.
r The setting cannot be changed.
r When "HDMI Through" is used, the power consumption increases even when the unit is on standby.
However, the increase in power consumption is kept to a minimum by automatically entering the
HYBRID STANDBY mode, where only the essential circuit is operating.
Network
Make the network setting.
r When LAN is configured with a DHCP, set "DHCP" to "Enable" to configure the
setting automatically. ("Enable" is set by default) To assign fixed IP addresses to each
components, you must set "DHCP" to "Disable" and assign an address to this unit in
"IP Address" as well as set information related to your LAN, such as Subnet Mask and
Gateway.
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Network Standby
Off
You can turn on the power of the unit via
network using an application such as Onkyo
Remote.
"On": Use this function
"Off": Do not use this function
r When "Network Standby" is used, the power
consumption increases even when the unit
is on standby. However, the increase in
power consumption is kept to a minimum
by automatically entering the HYBRID
STANDBY mode, where only the essential
circuit is operating.
MAC Address
–
This is the MAC address of the AV receiver.
This value is specific to the component and
cannot be changed.
DHCP
Enable
"Enable": Auto configuration by DHCP
"Disable": Manual configuration without DHCP
r If selecting "Disable", you must set "IP
Address", "Subnet Mask", "Gateway", and
"DNS Server" manually.
–
Displays/Sets the IP address.
IP Address
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Advanced Settings
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Subnet Mask
–
Displays/Sets the subnet mask.
Gateway
–
Displays/Sets the gateway address.
DNS Server
–
Displays/Sets the primary DNS server
(primary).
Proxy URL
–
Displays/Sets the proxy server URL.
Proxy Port
–
Displays/Sets the proxy server port number
when you enter "Proxy URL".
8.Remote Controller Setup
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Remote ID
1
Select an ID for the unit's remote controller from
"1", "2", and "3" to prevent interference between
the unit and other Integra/Onkyo components
that are installed in the same room. After
changing the ID on the main unit, change the
ID on the remote controller accordingly with the
following procedure.
1. While holding down Receiver, press
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button the remote indicator lights.
2. With the number buttons, press one of 1, 2,
and 3. Receiver button flashes twice.
Remote Mode Setup
–
Input and register the remote controller code of
other devices.
r For registration of the remote control code,
refer to "Operating Other Components with
the Remote Controller".
r Wait for a while if "Network" cannot be selected. It will appear when the network function is started up.
Firmware Update
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Update Notice
Enable
Availability of a firmware update will be notified
via network.
"Enable": Notify updates
"Disable": Do not notify updates
Version
–
The current firmware version will be displayed.
–
Press Enter to select when you want to update
the firmware via network.
r You will not be able to select this setting if you
do not have Internet access or there is nothing
to update.
Update via NET
Update via USB
–
Press Enter to select when you want to update
the firmware via USB.
r You will not be able to select this setting if
a USB storage device is not connected or
there is nothing to update in the USB storage
device.
r Wait for a while if "Firmware Update" cannot be selected. It will appear when the network function is
started up.
Initial Setup
You can make the initial setup from the setup menu.
r Wait for a while if "Initial Setup" cannot be selected. It will appear when the network
function is started up.
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9.Lock Setup
Setting Item
Default Value
Setting Details
Setup
Unlocked
The Setup menu will be locked to protect the
settings.
"Locked": The menu is locked.
"Unlocked": The menu is unlocked.
Operating Other Components with the Remote Controller
1. Press Receiver and then press Home on the remote
Operating Other Components with
the Remote Controller
controller.
Functions of Remote Mode Buttons
You can control any other device than this unit by
programming a specified remote control code to a Remote
Mode button of the remote controller. Register a remote
control code to a desired Remote Mode button and press
it to enter the remote mode that allows you to operate the
corresponding device.
2. Select "Setup" with the cursors and press Enter.
3. With the cursors, select "8. Remote Controller Setup" "Remote Mode Setup" and press Enter.
4. With the cursors, select the remote mode for which you
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The Receiver and Zone button cannot be programmed.
Programming Remote Control Codes
For information on the configuration and operation
of Integra/Onkyo components with RI jack, refer to
"Connecting and Operating Onkyo RI Components".
Furthermore, the following Remote Mode buttons are
preprogrammed with remote control codes.
BD/DVD: Integra/Onkyo Blu-ray Disc/DVD player
TV/CD: Integra/Onkyo CD player
STB/DVR: Apple TV
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Searching in the Setup Menu
want to search a remote control code and press Enter to
display the category selection screen.
5. Select the target category with the cursors, and then
press Enter to display the brand name input screen.
6. Select a character with the cursors and press Enter.
Repeat it to enter the first three characters of the brand
name.
7. Select "Search" with the cursors and press Enter.
After a search is done, the list of possible brand
names is displayed. If the brand name list is not
displayed, select "Not Listed" with the cursors and
press Enter to return to the brand name input screen
in step 6.
8. Select the target brand name with the cursors, and then
press Enter.
When the brand name is specified, the remote
control code of the brand and how to register it will
be displayed on the TV screen.
9. Follow the guidance displayed on the TV screen.
10. If the component can successfully be operated with its
registered remote control code, select "OK" with the
cursors and press Enter.
Only TV remote control codes can be entered for TV.
Program a remote control code in accordance
with the input since each button also works as the
input selector. (For example, when the CD player is
connected to the TV/CD jack, program the remote
control code for the CD player to TV/CD.)
If the component cannot be operated, select "Try
Next Code" with the cursors and press Enter to
display another code.
It is possible to operate an MHL-enabled mobile device
with the unit's remote controller by registering the
code of the MHL-enabled mobile device below to the
unit's remote controller. Operation may be unstable or
incorrect depending on the mobile device used.
33101 (North American model)
32910 (Australian and Asian models)
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Consulting the Remote Control Code List
Find the remote control code in the remote control code list.
1. Look up the Remote Control Code List for the
corresponding remote control code.
The codes in the Remote Control Code List are
those known as of the date of publication and may
be changed.
Only TV remote control codes can be entered for TV.
Program a remote control code in accordance
with the input since each button also works as the
input selector. (For example, when the CD player is
connected to the TV/CD jack, program the remote
control code for the CD player to TV/CD.)
2. Press Display for 3 or more seconds while holding down
the Remote Mode button to which you want to program
the remote control code.
The Remote Mode button stays lit in the input mode.
You can search a remote control code and register it to a
desired Remote Mode button in the unit's Setup menu.
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Operating Other Components with the Remote Controller
3. With the number buttons, enter the 5-digit remote control
code within 30 seconds.
The registration is complete when the Remote Mode
button flashes twice. The Remote Mode button
flashes once slowly when registering the remote
control code fails. Try the registration again.
The registration is complete when the Remote Mode
button flashes twice. The Remote Mode button
flashes once slowly when registering the remote
control code fails. Try the registration again.
Pressing any other button than a colored button
cancels the remap operation.
TV Operation
Press the Remote Mode button programmed with the
remote control code for the relevant AV component to
switch the remote controller mode to that for the AV
component. Then, operate by using the corresponding
buttons. Available buttons vary depending on the product
category of the component. Operation may be incorrect or
impossible depending on the product.
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Resetting the Remote Mode Buttons
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Remapping the Colored Buttons
The colored button assignment on the AV receiver's remote
controller can be remapped to match that on the remote
controller of the component whose remote control code
you programmed to Remote Mode. However, you will not
be able to remap the colored buttons if Zone 2/Zone 3 is
selected.
1
You can reset the remote control code registered in the
Remote Mode button to its default status. This operation
can be executed on a single Remote Mode button.
3
2
1. Press Home for 3 or more seconds while holding down
the Remote Mode button you want to reset.
The Remote Mode button stays lit.
1 Remote Mode
2 , Input, VOL /
3 Muting
4 CH +/-
1. Hold down the Remote Mode button to map and A (Red)
simultaneously until the Remote Mode button lights
(about 3 seconds).
Remapping is possible only for codes included in the
categories of the Remote Control Code List (such as
DVD player and TV).
2. Within 30 seconds, press the Remote Mode button
again.
Resetting is complete when the Remote Mode
button flashes twice.
2. Within 30 seconds, press the colored buttons from left to
right, in the order you want to remap.
For example, if the colored buttons on the remote
controller of the other component are yellow, green,
blue, and red from left to right, press the buttons on
the AV receiver's remote controller in that order.
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4
To reset all the remote controller settings: While holding
down Receiver, press and hold down Home until the
Receiver button lights (about 3 seconds). Press Receiver
again within 30 seconds. Reset is complete when the
Receiver button flashes twice.
5
6
7
8
9
5
8
6
7
9
Guide
/ / / , Enter
Setup
PREV CH
Return
Operating Other Components with the Remote Controller
4 CH +/-, Disc +/2
F
G
5
8
6
7
9
1
3
H
I
, , ,
,
,
,
F
G A (Red), B (Green), C (Yellow), D (Blue)
H Number 1 to 9, 0, +10
I CLR, Display
5
6
7
8
9
Top Menu
/ / / , Enter
Setup
Menu
Return
4
1 Remote Mode
2 Source
3 Muting
4 CH +/-
F
Blu-ray Disc Player/DVD Player/DVD Recorder
Operation
Press the Remote Mode button programmed with the
remote control code for the relevant AV component to
switch the remote controller mode to that for the AV
component. Then, operate by using the corresponding
buttons. Available buttons vary depending on the product
category of the component. Operation may be incorrect or
impossible depending on the product.
2
G
5
8
6
7
9
H
I
, , ,
,
,
,
F
G A (Red), B (Green), C (Yellow), D (Blue)
H Number 1 to 9, 0, +10
I CLR, Display
5
6
7
8
9
Guide
/ / / , Enter
Setup
PREV CH
Return
F
VCR/PVR Operation
1
3
4
1 Remote Mode
2 Source
3 Muting
Press the Remote Mode button programmed with the
remote control code for the relevant AV component to
switch the remote controller mode to that for the AV
component. Then, operate by using the corresponding
buttons. Available buttons vary depending on the product
category of the component. Operation may be incorrect or
impossible depending on the product.
G
H
, , ,
,
,
F
G Number 1 to 9, 0, +10
H CLR, Display
,
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Operating Other Components with the Remote Controller
4 Disc +/-
Satellite Receiver/Cable Receiver Operation
Press the Remote Mode button programmed with the
remote control code for the relevant AV component to
switch the remote controller mode to that for the AV
component. Then, operate by using the corresponding
buttons. Available buttons vary depending on the product
category of the component. Operation may be incorrect or
impossible depending on the product.
F
5
6
G
H
2
I
1
3
4
1 Remote Mode
2 Source
3 Muting
4 CH +/-
5
6
7
8
9
5
8
6
7
9
, , ,
,
,
,
F
G A (Red), B (Green), C (Yellow), D (Blue)
H Number 1 to 9, 0, +10
I CLR, Display
7
8
CD Player Operation
Press the Remote Mode button programmed with the
remote control code for the relevant AV component to
switch the remote controller mode to that for the AV
component. Then, operate by using the corresponding
buttons. Available buttons vary depending on the product
category of the component. Operation may be incorrect or
impossible depending on the product.
9
F
, , ,
,
,
,
7
8 Search, Repeat, Random, Mode
9 Number 1 to 9, 0, +10
F CLR, Display
2
Cassette Tape Deck Operation
1
Guide
/ / / , Enter
Setup
PREV CH
Return
3
4
1 Remote Mode
2 Source
3 Muting
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5 / / / , Enter
6 Setup
Press the Remote Mode button programmed with the
remote control code for the relevant AV component to
switch the remote controller mode to that for the AV
component. Then, operate by using the corresponding
buttons. Available buttons vary depending on the product
category of the component. Operation may be incorrect or
impossible depending on the product.
Operating Other Components with the Remote Controller
assign only one function in one procedure.
2
1. While holding down the Remote Mode button to which
you programmed the remote control code of the other
device to be learned, press and hold Receiver about
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1
To clear the learned function: While holding down the
Remote Mode button to which you assigned the function
to be cleared, press and hold TV about 3 seconds until the
Remote Mode button stays lit.
3
1 Remote Mode
2 Source
3 Muting
2. Press the desired button of the unit's remote controller
4
4
,
(Reverse Playback),
not be possible to transfer the codes from some remote
controllers due to difference of their transfer system.
Also assignment may not be possible and the intended
operations may not be achieved depending on the
remote controller.
,
,
,
,
that you want to assign.
The Receiver, Zone, Activities, Remote Mode/Input
Selector, and Remote (Mode, TV, Receiver) buttons
cannot learn functions:
3. Face the remote control sensor of the other device with
that of the unit and put the remote controllers within
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Assigning an Operation Sequence to the Remote
Controller (Macro Function)
To Operate CEC-compatible Components
The TV and BD/DVD buttons on the remote controller
are preprogrammed with remote control codes for linked
operation of some CEC(Consumer Electronics Control)compatible TV sets and Blu-ray Disk players. By connecting
to the unit via HDMI, you may operate them using the AV
receiver's remote controller.
r If you cannot operate your CEC-compatible component,
program one of the following remote control codes to the
TV or BD/DVD button.
TV: 11807/13100/13500 (CEC-compatible TV)
BD/DVD: 32910/33101/33501/31612 (CEC-compatible
BD/DVD player)
Assigning Another Device's Remote Controller
Functions to the Unit's Remote Controller
If you want to add some functions after registering a remote
control code to the Remote Mode button, you can assign
the desired button of the unit's remote controller to learn
the functions of another device's remote controller. You can
To clear all the learned functions, press the Remote Mode
button again. If you clear the function of any of the buttons,
press the desired button. The Remote Mode button flashes
twice and the learned function is cleared.
Within 10 cm
An operation sequence that normally requires several steps
of pressing buttons can be performed automatically by
simply pressing the Activities button (My Movie, My TV or
My Music).
4. On the other device's remote controller faced to the
5.
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unit's remote controller, hold down the desired button
you want to assign to the unit's remote controller.
Assignment is complete when the Remote Mode button
flashes twice.
If you assign more functions, repeat steps 2 to 4.
To end assigning, press Remote Mode button.
The Remote Mode button flashes twice.
If assignment is made on a button to which you already
assigned a function, the function will be overwritten.
The remote controller of the unit can learn 70 to 90
functions.
The remote controller of the unit uses infrared ray. It may
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Using an Activities button with preset
operation
The following buttons have a preset operation as below.
Pressing the desired Activities button (My Movie, My TV or
My Music) will execute the operation.
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Operating Other Components with the Remote Controller
My Movie: The power of the TV, the player programmed to
BD/DVD, and the unit is turned on. The input is switched to
"BD/DVD" and playing starts.
r Playing may not start depending on the start-up time
of the player. In that case, press
on the remote
controller.
To change the player programmed to the Activities
button: While holding down the Remote Mode button to
which you programmed the desired player, press and hold
the desired Activities button about 3 seconds. The change
is complete when the Activities button flashes twice.
My TV: The power of the TV, the player programmed to
CBL/SAT, and the unit is turned on. The input is switched to
"CBL/SAT".
My Music: The power of the player programmed to TV/CD
and the unit is turned on. The input is switched to "TV/CD"
and playing starts.
r To use another Activities button after pressing an
Activities button, press All Off and then press the
desired Activities button.
To turn off all the devices programmed to the Activities
button: Press All Off. The player, the unit and the TV
programmed to the Activities button you pressed before
pressing All Off will turn off (or enter standby).
r If it is My Music that you pressed before pressing All Off,
the TV will turn off (or enter standby).
r Some TVs may not turn off (or enter standby).
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To reset the Activities button: While holding down Home,
press and hold All Off about 3 seconds until the All Off
button stays lit. Release Home and All Off and then press
All Off again. Reset is complete when the All Off button
flashes twice.
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Assigning the desired operation to an
Activities button
You can assign an operation sequence to the desired
Activities button. For example, if you play the CD player
connected to the unit using the remote controller, the
following button operations are normally necessary.
1. Press Receiver to turn the remote controller into the
Receiver mode.
2. Press Receiver to turn on the unit.
3. Press TV/CD to switch the unit's input to TV/CD.
4. Press
to start playing on the CD player.
If you assign these steps with the procedure below, you can
execute them by simply pressing a button. You can assign
up to 32 steps in one procedure.
1. While holding down Receiver, press the desired
Activities button (My Movie, My TV or My Music) about 3
seconds until the Activities button (My Movie, My TV or
My Music) stays lit.
2. Press the buttons to be used in order of their sequence.
Example: Playing CD
1. Press Receiver.
2. Press TV/CD.
3. Press
.
Operating Other Components with the Remote Controller
3. Press the Activities button (My Movie, My TV or My
Music) you pressed in step 1 again.
Assignment is complete when the Activities button
flashes twice.
After assignment of the Activities button is
completed, malfunction may occur if you overwrite
a button included in its operation sequence with any
other operation.
4. To execute the learned operation, press and hold
Receiver and press the desired Activities button.
To clear the learned operation:
1. While holding down Home, press All Off about
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2. Press All Off again to clear.
The All Off button flashes twice.
The operation programmed to the Activities button
returns to the preset operation after the learned
operation is cleared.
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Advanced Speaker Connection
4 Select "Bi-Amp" with the cursors.
Advanced Speaker Connection
r Before bi-amping, be sure to remove the shortcircuit connector that connects the tweeter (treble)
terminal and the woofer (bass) terminal.
r Use speakers supporting bi-amping only. For
details, refer to the speakers' instruction manual.
Connecting passive subwoofers
You can use the HEIGHT 1 speaker terminals to connect
passive subwoofers as well as height speakers and Zone 3
speakers.
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Connections
Bi-Amping
Connecting Dipole Speakers
It is possible to connect speakers supporting bi-amping to
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played in bi-amping.
1. Connect passive subwoofers to the HEIGHT 1 terminals
It is possible to use dipole speakers instead of surround
speakers and surround back speakers. A dipole speaker
is bidirectional speaker outputting the same sound in two
directions, for example forward and backward.
(SUBWOOFER 1 terminals) as shown in the figure
below.
When connecting only one passive subwoofer, use
the SUBWOOFER 1 terminals.
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Connections
1. Connect as below using the FRONT terminals and
HEIGHT 1 (Bi-AMP) terminals.
TV
a
a
b
b
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Connections
An arrow for matching the phases (¼) is marked on a
dipole speaker. Place the surround speakers (a) so that
their arrows ( ) point to the TV and the surround back
speakers (b) so that their arrows ( ) point to each other.
Tweeter (treble)
Woofer (bass)
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Phase: A waveform position in one cycle (0 to 360 degree) of sine
wave. If the phases do not match due to mistake in speaker distance,
installation angle or positive (+)/negative (–) of wiring, sound image and
sound field may be unclear or hard of listening.
2. Turn the unit on and set "Passive Subwoofer" of
Front R
Front L
2. Turn the unit on and make the bi-amping setting.
1 After pressing Receiver, press Home on the remote
controller.
2 Select "Setup" with the cursors and press Enter.
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"Speaker Settings" - "Front Speakers Type".
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"Speaker Setup" to "Yes".
1 After pressing Receiver, press Home on the remote
controller.
2 Select "Setup" with the cursors and press Enter.
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"Speaker Settings" - "Passive Subwoofer".
4 Select "Yes" with the cursors.
Advanced Speaker Connection
Connecting a Power Amplifier
You can connect a power amplifier to the unit and use the
unit as a pre-amplifier in order to produce a large volume
that cannot be output with the unit only. Connect the
speakers to the power amplifier. For details, refer to the
power amplifier's instruction manual.
Power amplifier
r Set the unconnected channels to "None" in "Speaker
Configuration".
– After pressing Receiver, press Home on the remote
controller. Select "Setup" with the cursors and press
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Configuration" and set the unconnected channels to
"None".
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Connecting and Operating Onkyo RI Components
1. Press Display for 3 or more seconds while holding down
RI Connection and Setting
the Remote Mode button to which you want to program
the remote control code.
The Remote Mode button stays lit.
The Receiver, Zone and TV buttons cannot be
programmed.
Connecting and Operating
Onkyo RI Components
About RI Function
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Connecting an Onkyo component with RI jack such as the
separately sold RI Dock to the unit by using an RI cable
and an analog audio (RCA) cable enables the following RI
functions:
System On/Auto Power On: Starting playback on a
component connected via RI when the unit is on standby
mode, automatically turns on the unit to select the relevant
component as its input source.
Direct Change: When playback is started on a component
connected via RI, the unit selects that component as the
input source.
Remote Controller Operation: Allows you to operate RIcompatible Onkyo components using the AV receiver's
remote controller. Point the remote controller at remote
control sensor of the unit. This operation is possible only
when the RI remote control code is programmed.
r Some components may not support all RI functions.
r These functions do not work when Zone 2/Zone 3 is
turned on.
r For information on the RI functions, also refer to each
component's instruction manual.
2. With the number buttons, enter the following 5-digit
Connect an Onkyo component with RI jack to this unit using
an RI cable and an analog audio (RCA) cable. For details,
refer to the instruction manual of the component with RI
jack. The RI cable can be connected in any order. When
there are two RI jacks, both jacks work in the same way
and are interchangeable.
To connect the RI Dock or cassette tape deck via RI, you
must:
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Rename the input selector
To make the RI functions work, you must rename the input
selectors on the unit. Press TV/CD or Game to display
"TV/CD" or "GAME" on the main unit display. Then press
and hold TV/CD or Game 3 seconds or more to switch the
display to "DOCK" or "TAPE".
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Program the RI remote control code
Program the remote control code to any Remote Mode
button on the remote controller. This will allow you to
operate the component by pointing the remote controller at
the unit instead of the component.
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remote control code within 30 seconds.
RI Dock: 81993
Cassette tape deck with RI jack: 42157
Programming is complete when the Remote Mode
button flashes twice. The Remote Mode button
flashes once slowly when programming the remote
control code fails. Try registering again.
Input selector on the RI Dock: Select "DOCK" or "TAPE".
For details, refer to the RI Dock's instruction manual.
To operate Onkyo components directly or Onkyo
components that are not connected via RI, use the
following remote control codes:
Onkyo DVD player: 30627
Onkyo CD player: 71817
RI Dock: 82990
r With some models, operation may be not possible in
part or not possible at all.
Connecting and Operating Onkyo RI Components
iPod/iPhone Operation
The RI Dock allows you to use the AV receiver's remote
controller to operate and play music on your iPod/iPhone.
Moreover, it also allows you to view videos on your iPod/
iPhone on the screen of your TV, as well as perform RI
operations if connected via RI. This operation is possible
only when the RI remote control code is programmed.
Before Performing any Operation: Before performing
any operation on your iPod/iPhone, make sure to have
it updated to the latest version via iTunes. Certain
buttons may not work for some iPod/iPhone models and
generations, or RI Dock. For details on the operation, refer
to the RI Dock's instruction manual.
Switch the remote controller mode by pressing the Remote
Mode button programmed with the remote control code for
the iPod/iPhone, and operate by using the corresponding
buttons. Point the remote controller at the unit.
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8
7
6 Top Menu
7 / / / , Enter, Playlist /
8 Menu
9
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F
2
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1
3
4
5
1
2
3
4
5
Remote Mode
Source
Muting
VOL /
Album +/-
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H Display
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r Pressing Display turns on the backlight for a few
seconds.
r Mode allows you to use the Resume function to resume
playing from the song that was playing when you
removed your iPod/iPhone from the DS-A2 RI Dock.
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Control Function between the Unit and External Component
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IR jack
Control Function between the Unit
and External Component
You can enable the control functions between the unit
and external devices using the terminals below. Special
devices or cable connections are necessary to enable the
functions. For more information about preparation, contact
the specialized stores.
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RS232 port
Use the port for connection with a commercially available
integrated control system that can enable home
automation. Some integrated control systems provide a
centralized operation with a single touch panel controller
in order to control audio and video home appliances
and security devices together. For more information
about adopting an integrated control system, contact the
specialized stores.
If you use a multiroom remote control kit such as Xantech
and Niles with this jack, you can operate the unit with the
remote controller even when you are in a separate room, or
operate the unit with the remote controller even if its remote
control sensor is difficult to see. For more information
about adopting a multiroom remote control kit, contact the
specialized stores.
Connecting
block
IR
receiver
Remote controller
Main room
Zone
Signal flow
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12V trigger output jack
You can enable power link operation when you connect
the unit and an external device such as power amplifier
equipped with 12V trigger input jack. When the desired
input is selected on the unit power link operation will be
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output from the 12V TRIGGER OUT A jack, or maximum
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Each input can be set to output a control signal in any case
of "playback in the main room", "playback in ZONE2 (or
ZONE3)", "playback in the main room/ZONE2 (or ZONE3)",
"playback in ZONE2/ZONE3" or "playback in the main
room/ZONE2/ZONE3". For connection, use a monaural
mini plug cable.
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Firmware Update
Updating the Firmware via Network
Firmware Update
About Firmware Update
There are two methods for updating the firmware: via
network and via USB.
Use the one that best suits your environment.
r For the latest information on updates, visit the Onkyo
website.
r Before updating, make sure that the speaker setup
microphone is not connected.
r During an update, do not
– Disconnect and reconnect any cable, USB storage
device, speaker setup microphone or headphones,
or perform any operation on the component such as
turn off its power
– Access to this unit from a PC or smartphone using
Android application
r The update may take about 20 minutes to complete for
either method: via network or via USB.
Furthermore, existing settings are guaranteed
regardless of the method used for update.
Before Start:
r Check that the unit is turned on, and the connection to
the Internet is secured.
r Turn off the controller component (PC etc.) connected to
the network.
r Stop any playing Internet radio, USB storage device, or
server content.
r If the multi-zone function is active, press Off on the main
unit to turn it off.
r If "HDMI CEC (RIHD)" is set to "On", set it to "Off"
(default value).
– After pressing Receiver, press Home on the remote
controller. Select "Setup" with the cursors and press
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- "HDMI" and pressing Enter, select "HDMI CEC
(RIHD)" to select "Off".
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The description may differ from the on-screen display but that will not
change the way to operate or the function.
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Update
1. Press Receiver and then press Home on the remote
controller.
The HOME menu is displayed on the TV screen.
HOME
Setup
2. $ŒŒ@Œ~<_ƒŒ@
"Firmware Update" - "Update via NET", and then press
Enter.
If "Firmware Update" is grayed out and cannot be
selected, wait for a while until it starts up.
You will not be able to select "Update via NET" if
there is nothing to update.
3. Press Enter with "Update" selected to start update.
During the update, the TV screen may go black
depending on the updated program. In that case,
check the progress on the display of the unit. The TV
screen will remain black until the update is complete
and the power is turned on again.
"Completed!" is displayed when the update is
complete.
4. Press On/Standby on the main unit to turn the unit
into standby mode. The process is completed and your
firmware is updated to the latest version.
Do not use Receiver on the remote controller.
Disclaimer: The program and accompanying online
documentation are furnished to you for use at your own
risk.
Onkyo will not be liable and you will have no remedy for
damages for any claim of any kind whatsoever concerning
your use of the program or the accompanying online
documentation, regardless of legal theory, and whether
arising in tort or contract.
In no event will Onkyo be liable to you or any third party for
any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages
of any kind, including, but not limited to, compensation,
reimbursement or damages on account of the loss of
present or prospective profits, loss of data, or for any other
reason whatsoever.
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Firmware Update
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If an Error Message is Displayed
Updating the Firmware via USB
When an error occurs, "¼-¼¼ Error!" is appeared on
the display of the unit. ("¼" represents an alphanumeric
character.) Check the following:
Before Start:
r Prepare a 64 MB or larger USB storage device.
– Media inserted in a USB card reader may not be
used for this function.
– USB storage devices with security function are not
supported.
– USB hubs and USB devices with hub function are not
supported. Do not connect these devices to the unit.
r Delete any data stored on the USB storage device.
r Turn off the controller component (PC etc.) connected to
the network.
r Stop any playing Internet radio, USB storage device, or
server content.
r If the multi-zone function is active, press Off on the main
unit to turn it off.
r If "HDMI CEC (RIHD)" is set to "On", set it to "Off"
(default value).
– After pressing Receiver, press Home on the remote
controller. Select "Setup" with the cursors and press
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- "HDMI" and pressing Enter, select "HDMI CEC
(RIHD)" to select "Off".
Error Code
r ¿-01, ¿-10:
Ethernet cable not found. Connect the Ethernet cable
properly.
r ¿-02, ¿-03, ¿-04, ¿-05, ¿-06, ¿-11, ¿-13, ¿-14,
¿-16, ¿-17, ¿-18, ¿-20, ¿-21:
Internet connection error. Check the following:
– Whether the router is turned on
– Whether this unit and router are connected to the
network
Try to disconnect and then connect again the power
to the unit and router. This may solve the problem. If
you are still unable to connect to the Internet, the DNS
server or proxy server may be temporarily down. Check
the service status with your ISP provider.
r Others:
Disconnect then reconnect the AC power cord, from the
beginning.
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Some USB storage devices may take long to load, may not be loaded
correctly, or may not be correctly fed depending on the device or their
content.
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Onkyo will not be liable whatsoever for any loss or damage of data, or
storage failure arising from the use of the USB storage device with this
AV receiver. Thank you for your understanding.
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The description may differ from the on-screen display but that will not
change the way to operate or the function.
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Update
1. Connect the USB storage device to your PC.
2. Download the firmware file from the Onkyo website to
your PC and unzip.
Firmware files are named in the following way:
ONKAVR¼¼¼¼_¼¼¼¼¼¼¼¼¼¼¼¼.zip
Unzip the file on your PC. The number of unzipped files
and folders varies depending on the model.
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3. Copy all unzipped files and folders to the root folder of
the USB storage device.
Make sure to copy the unzipped files.
4. Press USB on the remote controller to select "USB".
5. Connect the USB storage device to the USB port of the
main unit.
If you connect a USB hard disk drive to the USB
port of the unit, we recommend that you use its AC
adapter to power it.
If the USB storage device has been partitioned, each
section will be treated as an independent device.
6. After pressing Receiver, press Home on the remote
controller.
Firmware Update
The HOME menu is displayed on the TV screen.
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If an Error Message is Displayed
When an error occurs, "¼-¼¼ Error!" is appeared on
the display of the unit. ("¼" represents an alphanumeric
character.) Check the following:
HOME
Setup
7. $ŒŒ@Œ~<_ƒŒ@
"Firmware Update" - "Update via USB", and then press
Enter.
If "Firmware Update" is grayed out and cannot be
selected, wait for a while until it starts up.
You will not be able to select "Update via USB" if
there is nothing to update.
8. Press Enter with "Update" selected to start update.
During the update, the TV screen may go black
depending on the updated program. In that case,
check the progress on the display of the unit. The TV
screen will remain black until the update is complete
and the power is turned on again.
During the update, do not turn off, or disconnect then
reconnect the USB storage device.
"Completed!" is displayed when the update is
complete.
9. Disconnect the USB storage device from the unit.
10. Press On/Standby on the main unit to turn the unit
into standby mode. The process is completed and your
firmware is updated to the latest version.
Do not use Receiver on the remote controller.
Error Code
r ¿-01, ¿-10:
USB storage device not found. Check whether the USB
storage device or USB cable is correctly inserted to the
USB port of the main unit.
Connect the USB storage device to an external power
source if it has its own power supply.
r ¿-05, ¿-13, ¿-20, ¿-21:
The firmware file is not present in the root folder of the
USB storage device, or the firmware file is for another
model. Retry from the download of the firmware file.
r Others:
Disconnect then reconnect the AC power cord, from the
beginning.
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Troubleshooting
■ How to reset the remote controller
Troubleshooting
Before starting the procedure
1. While holding down 1Receiver on the remote controller
(note that step 2 must be performed with this button
pressed down)
2. Press and hold down 2Home until the 1Receiver
button lights (about 3 seconds). Within 30 seconds,
press 1Receiver again.
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Problems may be solved by simply turning the power on/off
or disconnecting/connecting the power cord, which is easier
than working on the connection, setting and operating
procedure. Try the simple measures on both the unit and
the connected device. If the problem is that the video or
audio is not output or the HDMI linked operation does not
work, disconnecting/connecting the HDMI cable may solve
it. When reconnecting, be careful not to wind the HDMI
cable since if wound the HDMI cable may not fit well. After
reconnecting, turn off and on the unit and the connected
device.
2
Power
Resetting the unit
Resetting the unit to the status at the time of shipment may
solve the problem. If the measures above do not solve the
problem, reset the unit with the following procedure. If you
reset the unit status, your preferences will be reset to the
defaults. Note them down before starting reset.
■ How to reset
1. While holding down CBL/SAT on the main unit (note
that step 2 must be performed with this button pressed
down)
2. Press On/Standby on the unit. “Clear” is appeared on
the display and the unit will enter standby mode.
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2
1
■ Cannot turn on the unit
r Make sure that the power cord is properly plugged into
the wall outlet.
r Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet, wait
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■ The unit turns off unexpectedly
r The unit will automatically enter standby mode when
Auto Standby has been set and launches.
■ The unit turns off and after restoring the power, it
turns off again.
r The protection circuit has been activated. Remove
the power cord from the wall outlet immediately. Make
sure that all speaker cables and input sources are
properly connected, and leave the unit with its power
cord disconnected for 1 hour. After that, reconnect the
power cord and turn the power on. If the unit turns off
again, avoid resetting it and unplug the power cord. Then
contact your Onkyo dealer.
Caution: If “CHECK SP WIRE” appears on the display, the
speaker cables may be short-circuited.
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WARNING: If smoke, smell or abnormal noise is produced
by the unit, unplug the power cord from the wall outlet
immediately and contact the dealer or Onkyo Support.
Audio
■ There is no sound, or it is very quiet
r Make sure that the proper input source is selected.
r Make sure that connecting plugs are pushed in all the
way.
r Make sure that the inputs and outputs of all components
are connected properly.
r Make sure that the polarity +/– of the speaker cables is
correct, and that no bare wires are in contact with the
metal part of speaker terminals.
r Make sure that the input source is properly selected.
r Make sure that the speaker cables are not shorting.
r Check the volume. The volume level is adjustable
between Min, 1 to 99, Max (100). It is normal that the
unit volume level is set up to 60 or around.
r If the MUTING indicator on the display flashes, press
Muting on the remote controller to unmute the unit.
r While headphones are connected to the Phones jack, no
sound is output from the speakers.
r If there is no sound from a BD/DVD player connected to
an HDMI IN, check the BD/DVD player’s output settings,
and be sure to select a supported audio format.
r Check the digital audio output setting on the connected
component. On some game consoles, such as those
that support DVD, the default setting is off.
r With some DVD-Video discs, you need to select an
audio output format from a menu.
r If your turntable uses an MC cartridge, you must
connect an MC head amp, or an MC transformer.
r Make sure that none of the connecting cables are bent,
twisted, or damaged.
r Not all listening modes use all speakers.
r Perform the automatic speaker setup again or manually
set the presence or absence, crossover frequency,
distance and level of each speaker.
r Make sure that the speaker setup microphone is not still
connected.
r Set to "Off" if "Audio Selector" - "Fixed Mode" is set to
"PCM" or "DTS".
Troubleshooting
■ Only the front speakers produce sound
r When the Stereo or Mono listening mode is selected,
only the front speakers and subwoofer produce sound.
r Make sure the speakers are configured correctly.
■ Only the center speaker produces sound
r If you use the Dolby Surround listening mode with a
mono source, such as an AM radio station or mono
TV program, the sound is concentrated in the center
speaker.
r Make sure the speakers are configured correctly.
■ The surround speakers produce no sound
r When the T-D (Theater-Dimensional), Stereo or Mono
listening mode is selected, the surround speakers
produce no sound.
r Depending on the source and current listening mode,
not much sound may be produced by the surround
speakers. Try selecting another listening mode.
r Make sure the speakers are configured correctly.
■ The center speaker produces no sound
r When the Stereo or Mono listening mode is selected,
the center speaker produces no sound.
r Make sure the speakers are configured correctly.
■ There is no sound from surround back speakers,
height speakers or wide speaker.
r Depending on the source or current listening mode, not
much sound may be output from speakers. Try selecting
another listening mode.
r Make sure the settings for the speakers are made
correctly.
■ The subwoofer produces no sound
r When you play source material that contains no
information in the LFE channel, the subwoofer produces
no sound.
r Make sure the speakers are configured correctly.
■ There is no sound with a certain signal format
r When listening to Dolby Digital and/or DTS sound,
digital connection is necessary.
r Check the digital input terminal setting. If the connection
is different from the default, re-setting is necessary.
r Check the digital audio output setting on the connected
component. On some game consoles, such as those
that support DVD, the default setting is OFF.
■ There is no sound with Dolby Atmos signal format
r Make sure the surround back speakers, the height
speakers or wide speakers are connected and
configured as connected in the "Speaker Configuration".
r Make sure the input signal is the Dolby Atmos format.
■ Cannot select a desired listening mode
r Depending on the connecting status of the speaker,
some listening modes may not be selected. Check the
details in "Using the Listening Modes" section.
■ The speaker volume cannot be set as required
r Check to see if a maximum volume has been set.
■ Noise can be heard
r Using cable ties to bundle analog audio (RCA) cables
with power cords, speaker cables, etc. may degrade the
audio performance, so refrain from doing it.
r An analog audio (RCA) cable may be picking up
interference. Try repositioning your cables.
■ The Late Night function does not work
r Make sure the source material is Dolby Digital, Dolby
Digital Plus, or Dolby TrueHD.
■ About DTS signals
r When DTS program material ends and the DTS
bitstream stops, the unit remains in DTS listening mode
and the dts indicator remains on. This is to prevent noise
when you use the pause, fast forward, or fast reverse
function on your player. If you switch your player from
DTS to PCM, you may not hear any sound because the
unit does not switch formats immediately. In such case,
you should stop your player for about 3 seconds and
then resume playback.
r With some CD and LD players, you will not be able
to playback DTS material properly even though your
player is connected to a digital input on the unit. This is
usually because the DTS bitstream has been processed
(e.g., output level, sampling rate, or frequency response
changed) and the unit does not recognize it as a
genuine DTS signal. In such cases, you may hear noise.
r Playing DTS program material, using the pause, fast
forward, or fast reverse function on your player may
produce a short audible noise. This is not a malfunction.
■ The beginning of audio received by an HDMI IN
cannot be heard
r Since it takes longer to identify the format of an HDMI
signal than it does for other digital audio signals, audio
output may not start immediately.
Video
■ There is no picture
r Make sure that all video connecting plugs are pushed in
all the way.
r Make sure that each video component is properly
connected.
r If the TV is connected to the HDMI OUT jack of the unit,
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Out" to "MAIN" or "SUB" according to the output
jack. If the playback source is connected to the video
(composite) jack or component video jacks and you want
to output the video to the TV via the HDMI OUT jack, set
"HDMI Input" to "-----".
r If the video source is connected to a component video
input, you must assign that input to an input selector,
and your TV must be connected to COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT terminal.
r If the video source is connected to a composite video
input, your TV must be connected to the MONITOR OUT
V terminal.
r If the video source is connected to an HDMI input, you
must assign that input to an input selector, and your TV
must be connected to the HDMI output(s).
r Make sure the switching of input screens is proper at the
monitor side such as a TV.
r When the image input from the composite video input
terminal does not get displayed, make sure that the
component video input terminal is not set to the selected
input. If selected, images input from the composite video
input terminal cannot be output to this input switching. If
only composite video input terminal connection is used,
set the component video input terminal to "----- ."
r Images of a component connected to the composite
video input terminal cannot be output by converting on
the monitor of a TV or other components connected to
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT terminal.
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Troubleshooting
r If the input selector to which the input from the TV
connected to the HDMI OUT SUB jack is connected is
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"Monitor Out" - "Monitor Out" is set to "MAIN+SUB", or
"MAIN" and when outputting to Zone 2, the video from
the TV connected to HDMI OUT MAIN stops displaying.
r "Resolution" is effective only for the HDMI OUT MAIN
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Out" is set to "MAIN+SUB".
■ There is no picture from a source connected to an
HDMI IN
r Reliable operation with an HDMI-to-DVI adapter is not
guaranteed. In addition, video signals from a PC are not
supported.
r Check if "Resolution Error" is displayed on the main
unit display when video input via HDMI IN jack is not
displayed. In this case, the TV does not support the
resolution of the video input from the player. Change the
setting on the player.
■ The on-screen menus do not appear
r On your TV, make sure that the video input to which this
unit is connected is selected.
r Set "6. Miscellaneous" - "On Screen Display" to "On" in
"OSD Setup".
Tuner
■ Reception is noisy, FM stereo reception is noisy, or
the "FM STEREO" indicator does not stay lit
r Re-check the antenna connection.
r Relocate your antenna.
r Move the unit away from your TV or PC.
r Passing cars and airplanes can cause interference.
r Concrete walls weaken radio signals.
r Listen to the station in mono.
r When listening to an AM station, operating the remote
controller may cause noise.
r If nothing improves the reception, install an outdoor
antenna.
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Remote Controller
■ The remote controller does not work
r Before operating this unit using remote controller, be
sure to press Receiver.
r Make sure that the batteries are installed with the
correct polarity.
r Install new batteries. Do not mix different types of
batteries, or old and new batteries.
r Make sure that the remote controller is not too far away
from the unit, and that there is no obstruction between
the remote controller and the remote control sensor of
the unit.
r Make sure that the unit is not subjected to direct
sunshine or inverter-type fluorescent lights. Relocate if
necessary.
r If the unit is installed in a rack or cabinet with coloredglass doors or if the doors are closed, the remote
controller may not work reliably.
r Make sure you have selected the correct remote
controller mode.
r When using the remote controller to control other
manufacturers’ AV components, some buttons may not
work as expected.
r Make sure you have entered the correct remote control
code.
r Make sure to set the same ID on both the unit and
remote controller.
■ Operating other Onkyo component by using a RI
remote control code is not available
r Make sure that the Onkyo component is properly
connected with RI cable. When RI cable is used for
connection, make sure to connect analog audio (RCA)
cable as well. (Connecting only an RI cable will not be
enough.)
r Make sure you have selected the correct remote
controller mode.
r Make sure that the input display is correctly set.
r Input the RI remote control code again.
r When the RI remote control code is input, point the
remote controller at remote control sensor of the unit.
■ Cannot operate Integra/Onkyo components (ones
without RI connection) and components of other
makers
r Make sure that the connection with other components is
correct.
r Input a correct remote control code again. If there are
several codes, try each code.
r Make sure that the remote controller mode is correctly
selected.
r Operate the remote controller by setting toward the light
receiving section of each component.
r Some components may not start the operation.
■ The remote controller cannot learn other
component's remote control.
r Make sure the procedure of learning other component's
remote control has been performed correctly.
r Because of differences in transfer systems, some
remote controller may not function as intended and
learning may not be successful.
RI Dock for iPod/iPhone
■ There is no sound
r Make sure your iPod/iPhone is actually playing.
r Make sure your iPod/iPhone is properly inserted in the
Dock.
r Make sure the unit is turned on, the correct input source
is selected, and the volume is turned up.
r Make sure the plugs are pushed in all the way.
r Try resetting your iPod/iPhone.
■ There is no video
r Make sure that your iPod/iPhone model’s TV OUT
setting is set to On.
r Make sure the correct input is selected on your TV or the
unit.
r Some versions of the iPod/iPhone do not output video.
■ The AV receiver’s remote controller does not control
my iPod/iPhone
r Make sure your iPod/iPhone is properly inserted in the
Dock. If your iPod/iPhone is in a case, it may not connect
properly to the Dock. Always remove your iPod/iPhone
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from the case before inserting it into the Dock.
r The iPod/iPhone cannot be operated while it is
displaying the Apple logo.
r Make sure you have selected the correct remote
controller mode.
r When you use the AV receiver’s remote controller, point
it toward this unit.
r Before operating with the remote controller, you may
need to play on your iPod/iPhone to make the input
selector be recognized.
r Try resetting your iPod/iPhone.
r Depending on your iPod/iPhone model and generation,
some buttons may not work as expected.
■ The unit unexpectedly selects my iPod/iPhone as the
input source
r Always pause iPod/iPhone playback before selecting
a different input source. If playback is not paused, the
Direct Change function may select your iPod/iPhone
as the input source by mistake during the transition
between tracks.
r Make sure that the router LAN side port is properly
connected to the AV receiver.
r Make sure that the correct IP address is allocated in
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■ Playback stops while listening to music files on the
network server
r Make sure the network server is compatible with this
unit.
r When the PC is serving as the network server, try
quitting any application software other than the server
software (Windows Media® Player 12 etc.).
r If the PC is downloading or copying large files, the
playback may be interrupted.
NET/USB Function
■ Cannot access the Internet radio
r Certain network service or contents available through
the unit may not be accessible in case the service
provider terminates its service.
r If a specific radio station is unavailable for listening,
make sure the registered URL is correct, or whether the
format distributed from the radio station is supported by
the AV receiver.
r When NET is blinking, the AV receiver is not properly
connected to the home network.
r Make sure that your modem and router are properly
connected, and make sure they are both turned on.
r Make sure that connecting to Internet from other
components is possible. If connecting is not possible,
turn off all components connected to the network, wait
for a while, and then turn on the components again.
r Make sure that the router LAN side port is properly
connected to the AV receiver.
r Make sure that the correct IP address is allocated in
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r Depending on ISP, setting the proxy server is necessary.
r Make sure that the used router and/or modem is
supported by your ISP.
■ Cannot access the network server
r When NET is blinking, the AV receiver is not properly
connected to the home network.
r Make sure your network server has been started up.
r Make sure your network server is properly connected to
the home network.
r Make sure your network server is correctly set.
■ Cannot connect to the AV receiver from a Web browser
r Make sure that the IP address of the AV receiver is
correctly input to the Internet browser.
r When DHCP is used for allocating the IP address, the IP
address of this AV receiver may have been changed.
r Make sure that both AV receiver and PC are properly
connected to the network.
■ iPod/iPhone does not work properly
r Try reconnecting your iPod/iPhone.
Multi-zone Function
■ There is no sound
r When you connect a CD player or such other player
without HDMI output jack, connect it to the analog audio
input jacks of the unit. Multi-zone output is not possible if
the connection is only with digital optical cable or digital
coaxial cable. In case of analog connection, analog
audio output setting may be necessary on the player.
■ USB storage device is not displayed
r Make sure that USB storage device and USB cable are
securely plugged to the USB port of this AV receiver.
r Remove the USB storage device from the AV receiver
once, and then try re-connecting.
r Performance of the hard disk that receives power from
the USB port of the unit is not guaranteed.
r Depending on the type of format, the playback may not
be performed normally. Check the type of the file formats
that is supported.
r USB storage device with security functions may not be
played.
Others
■ Power consumption in standby mode
r In the following cases, the power consumption in
standby mode may reach up to a maximum of 5 W:
– $ƒ*&žŒ~<_ƒŒ@
"Network" is set to "On".
– When “HDMI CEC (RIHD)” is set to “On”. (Depending
on the TV status, the AV receiver will enter normal
standby mode.)
– The “HDMI Through” setting is set to other than “Off”.
r The power consumption in standby mode may be larger
than the value above while the MHL (Mobile Highdefinition Link) enabled mobile device connected to the
AUX INPUT HDMI/MHL jack is being charged.
■ The sound changes when I connect my headphones
r When a listening mode other than Direct, or Mono is
selected, connecting a headphone automatically selects
Stereo.
■ How do I change the language of a multiplex source
r Select “Main” or “Sub” for “Multiplex Input Channel” in
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■ The RI functions do not work
r To use RI, you must make an RI connection and an
analog audio (RCA) connection between the component
and AV receiver, even if they are connected digitally.
r While Zone 2/Zone 3 is selected, the RI functions do not
work.
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Troubleshooting
■ The functions System On/Auto Power On and Direct
Change do not work for components connected via RI
r These functions do not work when Zone 2/Zone 3 is
turned on.
■ When performing Automatic Speaker Setup, the
measurement fails and the message “Ambient noise is
too high.” is displayed.
r This can be caused by a malfunction in your speaker
unit. Check if the unit produces normal sounds.
■ The display is dark
r Make sure that Dimmer function is not working. Press
Dimmer button and change the brightness level of the
display.
■ The following settings can be made for the
component video and composite video inputs.
r While holding down the input selector button
to configure, press Home once at a time until
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the setup, repeat the above described step until
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This setting is possible for input selectors assigned
with one of the video inputs "VIDEO 1" to "VIDEO 3" in
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"Composite Video Input". If you have a game console
connected to the composite video input, and the picture
is not very clear, you can attenuate the gain.
Video ATT:Off: (Default).
Video ATT:On: (Gain is reduced by 2 dB.)
■ The picture on your TV/monitor connected to the
HDMI output(s) is unstable
r Try turning the DeepColor function off.
To turn off the DeepColor function, press STB/DVR and
On/Standby on the AV receiver simultaneously.
While holding down STB/DVR, press On/Standby
repeatedly until “Deep Color:Off” is appeared on the
display. To reactivate the DeepColor function, repeat the
above described step until “Deep Color:On” appears on
the display.
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The AV receiver contains a microPC for signal processing
and control functions. In very rare situations, severe
interference, noise from an external source, or static
electricity may cause it to lockup. In the unlikely event that
this happens, unplug the power cord from the wall outlet,
wait at least 5 seconds, and then plug it back in.
Onkyo is not responsible for damages (such as CD rental
fees) due to unsuccessful recordings caused by the unit’s
malfunction.
Before you record important data, make sure that the
material will be recorded correctly.
Before disconnecting the power cord from the wall outlet,
set the AV receiver to standby.
Supported Video Resolution of HDMI OUT MAIN/
SUB Jacks
See below the video signal types and resolutions that the
unit can output when it receives the input signals of the
following types and resolutions. The supported resolutions
are shown as "Input: Output".
(North American model)
■ HDMI: HDMI
4K : 4K (¼1)
1080p/24 : 4K, 2560 × 1080p
2560 × 1080p : 4K (¼2)
1680 × 720p : 4K (¼2), 1080p/24, 2560 × 1080p,
1080p/24
1080p : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p
1080i : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p, 1080p, 720p
720p : 4K (¼3), 1080p/24, 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p,
1080p, 1080i
480p : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p, 1080p, 1080i,
720p
480i : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p, 1080p, 1080i,
720p, 480p
■ HDMI: Component
Cannot be output.
■ HDMI: Composite
Cannot be output.
■ Component: HDMI
1080p : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1080p
1080i : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p, 1080p, 1080i
720p : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p, 1080p, 1080i,
720p
480p : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p, 1080p, 1080i,
720p, 480p
480i : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p, 1080p, 1080i,
720p, 480p, 480i
■ Component: Component
1080p: 1080p
1080i: 1080i
720p: 720p
480p: 480p
480i: 480i
■ Composite: HDMI
480i: 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p, 1080p, 1080i,
720p, 480p, 480i
■ Composite: Composite
480i: 480i
¼1
¼2
¼3
Supported resolution: [3840 × 2160 24/30/60 Hz] [4096 × 2160
24/30/60 Hz]
Supported resolution: [3840 × 2160 24/30 Hz]
Supported resolution: [3840 × 2160 24/30 Hz], [4096 × 2160 24/30
Hz]
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Video signals input from the PC IN jack will be output with an unchanged
resolution. Supported resolution: [640 x 480 60 Hz], [800 x 600 60 Hz],
[1024 x 768 60 Hz]
(Australian and Asian models)
■ HDMI: HDMI
4K : 4K (¼1)
1080p/24 : 4K, 2560 × 1080p
2560 × 1080p : 4K (¼3)
1680 × 720p : 4K (¼2), 1080p/24, 2560 × 1080p, 1080p
1080p : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p
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1080i : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p, 1080p, 720p
720p : 4K (¼3), 1080p/24, 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p,
1080p
480p/576p : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p, 1080p,
1080i, 720p
480i/576i : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p, 1080p,
1080i, 720p, 480p/576p
Supported Video Resolution of HDMI OUT ZONE2
Jack
■ HDMI: Component
Cannot be output.
■ HDMI : HDMI
4K : 4K
1080p/24 : 1080p/24
2560 × 1080p : 2560 × 1080p
1680 × 720p : 1680 × 720p
1080p : 1080p
1080i : 1080i
720p : 720p
480p : 480p
480i : 480i
■ HDMI: Composite
Cannot be output.
■ Component: HDMI
1080p : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1080p
1080i : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p, 1080p, 1080i
720p : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p, 1080p, 1080i,
720p
480p/576p : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p, 1080p,
1080i, 720p, 480p/576p
480i/576i : 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p, 1080p,
1080i, 720p, 480p/576p, 480i/576i
■ Component: Component
1080p: 1080p
1080i: 1080i
720p: 720p
480p/576p: 480p/576p
480i/576i: 480i/576i
■ Composite: HDMI
480i/576i: 4K (¼3), 2560 × 1080p, 1680 × 720p, 1080p,
1080i, 720p, 480p/576p, 480i/576i
HDMI OUT ZONE2 outputs only the signal input through
HDMI IN jacks.
(North American models)
(Australian and Asian models)
■ HDMI : HDMI
4K : 4K
1080p/24 : 1080p/24
2560 × 1080p : 2560 × 1080p
1680 × 720p : 1680 × 720p
1080p : 1080p
1080i : 1080i
720p : 720p
480p/576p : 480p/576p
480i/576i : 480i/576i
■ Composite: Composite
480i/576i: 480i/576i
¼1
¼2
¼3
Supported resolution: [3840 × 2160 24/25/30/50/60 Hz] [4096 ×
2160 24/25/30/50/60 Hz]
Supported resolution: [3840 × 2160 24/25/30 Hz]
Supported resolution: [3840 × 2160 24/25/30 Hz], [4096 × 2160
24/25/30 Hz]
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Video signals input from the PC IN jack will be output with an unchanged
resolution. Supported resolution: [640 x 480 60 Hz], [800 x 600 60 Hz],
[1024 x 768 60 Hz]
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Reference Information
Reference Information
Linked Operation with CEC-compatible
Components
The AV receiver is compatible with the following
components (as of January 2014).
TV (Random order):
r Toshiba TV sets
r Sharp TV sets
Players/Recorders (Random order):
r Onkyo and Integra RIHD-compatible players
r Toshiba players and recorders
r Sharp players and recorders (only when used together
with Sharp TV sets)
Models other than those mentioned above may have some
interoperability if compatible with CEC, which is part of the
HDMI Standard, but operation cannot be guaranteed.
Note: For RI functions to work properly, do not connect more RIHDcompatible components than the quantities specified below, to
the HDMI jack. RI functions are not guaranteed when more RIHDcompatible components than the below mentioned quantities are
connected. Furthermore, do not connect the AV receiver to another
AV receiver/AV amplifier via HDMI.
r Blu-ray Disc/DVD players: up to 3.
r Blu-ray Disc/DVD recorders: up to 3.
r Cable TV tuner, terrestrial digital tuner, and satellite broadcasting
tuner: up to 4 units.
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Checking whether the HDMI Linked Operation
Settings Are Enabled
1. Turn on the power of all connected components.
2. Turn off the power of the TV, and confirm that the power
of the connected components is turned off automatically
with the link operation.
3. Turn on the power of the Blu-ray Disc/DVD player/
recorder.
4. Start playback on the Blu-ray Disc/DVD player/recorder,
and verify the following:
r The AV receiver automatically turns on, and selects the
input to which the Blu-ray Disc/DVD player/recorder is
connected.
r The TV automatically turns on, and selects the input
to which the AV receiver is connected.
5. Following the operating instructions of the TV, select
“Use the TV speakers” from the menu screen of the TV,
and confirm that the audio is output from the speakers of
the TV, and not from the speakers connected to the AV
receiver.
6. Select “Use the speakers connected from the AV
receiver” from the menu screen of the TV, and confirm
that the audio is output from the speakers connected to
the AV receiver, and not from the TV speakers.
Note:
r Even if you set to output audio on the TV speakers, audio will
be output from the speakers connected to the AV receiver when
you adjust the volume or switch the input on the AV receiver.
To output audio from the TV speakers, redo the corresponding
operations on the TV.
r In case of an RIHD connection with RI and RI audio control
compatible components, do not connect the RI cable at the
same time.
r On the TV, when you select anything other than the HDMI jack to
which the AV receiver is connected, the input on the AV receiver
will be switched to “TV/CD”.
r The AV receiver will automatically power on in conjunction
when it determines it to be necessary. Even if the AV receiver
is connected to an RIHD compatible TV or player/recorder, it
will not power on if it is not necessary. It may not power on in
conjunction when the TV is set to output audio from the TV.
r Linked system functions with the AV receiver may not work
depending on the component model connected. In such cases,
operate the AV receiver directly.
r When the player/recorder cannot be operated with the remote
controller of the AV receiver, the corresponding component may
not be programmed to support the remote controller operation of
CEC. Program the remote control code of the component maker
to the remote controller for using.
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About HDMI
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a digital
interface standard for connecting TVs, projectors, Bluray Disc/DVD players, set-top boxes, and other video
components. Until now, several separate video and audio
cables have been required to connect AV components. With
HDMI, a single cable can carry control signals and digital
audio of digital video (2-channel PCM, multichannel digital
audio, and multichannel PCM).
The HDMI video stream (i.e., video signal) is compatible
with DVI (Digital Visual Interface) (¼1), so TVs and displays
with a DVI input can be connected by using an HDMI-toDVI adapter cable. (This may not work with some TVs and
displays, resulting in no picture.)
This unit supports HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content
Protection) (¼2), so it can display picture only on HDCPcompatible components.
HDMI of the unit supports the following functions.
Audio Return Channel, 3D, x.v.Color, DeepColor, Lip Sync,
4K (Upscaling and Passthrough)
Audio Formats Supported by The Unit:
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16/20/24 bit)
r Bitstream (Dolby Atmos, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital
Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS, DTS-HD High Resolution
Audio, DTS-HD Master Audio)
r DSD
Your Blu-ray Disc/DVD player must also support HDMI
output of the above audio formats.
About Copyright Protection:
The unit supports Revision 1.4 and Revision 2.2 (HDMI
OUT MAIN and HDMI IN3 only) of the HDCP (Highbandwidth Digital Content Protection) (¼2), a copyprotection system for digital video signals. Other devices
connected to the unit must also support HDCP.
¼1 DVI (Digital Visual Interface): The digital display interface standard set
by the DDWG (¼3) in 1999.
¼2 HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection): The video
encryption technology developed by Intel for HDMI/DVI. It is designed
to protect video content and requires a HDCP-compatible HDMI/DVI
receiver to display the encrypted video.
¼3 DDWG (Digital Display Working Group): Lead by Intel, Compaq,
Fujitsu, Hewlett-Packard, and Silicon Image, this open industry
group’s objective is to address the industry’s requirements for a digital
connectivity specification for high-performance PC and digital displays.
Note:
r There are some content that can be played only with HDCP Rev.
2.2 compatible devices. To play such content, connect an HDCP
Rev.2.2 compatible TV or player to the HDMI OUT MAIN jack or
HDMI IN3 jack of the unit.
r The HDMI video stream (i.e., video signal) is compatible with
DVI (Digital Visual Interface), so TVs and displays with a DVI
input can be connected by using an HDMI-to-DVI adapter cable.
(Note that DVI connections only carry video, so you will need
to make a separate connection for audio.) However, reliable
operation with such an adapter is not guaranteed. In addition,
video signals from a PC are not supported.
r The HDMI audio signal (sampling rate, bit length, etc.) may be
restricted by the connected source component. If the picture
is poor or there is no sound from a component connected via
HDMI, check its setup. Refer to the connected component’s
instruction manual for details.
Home network (LAN)
The connection of several components via cables enabling
the mutual communication is called a network.
At households, many families create (generally, the term
"build" is used) a network to connect PC and gaming
machines to the Internet and to exchange data between
PC.
The network established in a relatively narrow area such as
one household is called a LAN (Local Area Network).
In this manual, a term "home network" (network for a
family) is used instead of "LAN," so this LAN becomes
more familiar.
By connecting this unit with the network server such as a
PC, playing music files in the network server (in the PC) is
possible. Moreover, by connecting to the Internet, listening
to the Internet radio is also possible.
This unit, PC, and Internet are not directly connected.
When connecting with a PC and/or Internet, several
components (network components) are necessary.
Components necessary for establishing a home
network (LAN):
Components necessary for the home network (LAN) for
using the NET function of this unit are as follows.
■ Router
A router is a device that controls information (data) flow
between the unit, PC, and the Internet.
As a network term, the flow of information (data) is called
"traffic". The router has a role to control the information flow
as the traffic control, between connected components.
r A router with a built-in 100Base-TX switch is
recommended.
r In addition, if your router has the DHCP function,
facilitating the network setting becomes possible.
r Some routers have a built-in modem, and some Internet
Service Providers (ISP) require you to use specific
routers.
Please consult your ISP or PC dealer if you are unsure.
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■ CAT-5 Ethernet cable
The Ethernet cable is a cable that actually connects
components that comprise the network. There are straight
type and cross type Ethernet cables.
r Use a shielded CAT-5 Ethernet cable (straight-type) to
connect the unit to your home network.
Consult your cable store for details of Ethernet cable.
■ Network server (When PC etc./network server is
used)
Component that stores music files and provides those files
at the time of playback.
r Requirements for use with this unit depend on the
component that is used as a network server.
r Conditions for pleasant playback of music files on
the unit depend on the using network server (PC
performance). See instruction manuals of using
components.
■ Modem (when Internet radio is used)
Device that connects home network (LAN) and Internet
There are many kinds of modems depending on the forms
of Internet connection.
In addition, when connecting to the Internet, it is required
to conclude an agreement with a company that provides
Internet connection service, called ISP (Internet Service
Provider).
Use a modem that is recommended by your ISP company
for the Internet connection.
There are some devices that have both router and modem
functions.
Within above network components, prepare a router,
Ethernet cable, and network server when the NET function
"network server" is used.
For enjoying the NET function "Internet radio," it is
necessary to use the router, Ethernet cable, and modem
(and agreement with ISP).
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Server Requirements
■ Server playback
This unit can play digital music files stored on a PC or
media server and supports the following technologies:
r Windows Media® Player 11
r Windows Media® Player 12
r DLNA-certified media server
The network server must be connected to the same
network as this unit.
Up to 20,000 folders can be displayed, and folders may be
nested up to 16 levels deep.
Note: Depending on the media server, the unit may not recognize it,
or may not be able to play its music files.
■ Remote playback
Remote playback is the function that enables this unit to
play music files saved in different components by operating
the DLNA-compliant controller component and PC in the
home network.
r Windows Media® Player 12
r DLNA-certified (within DLNA Interoperability Guidelines
version 1.5) media server or controller component.
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The setting varies depending on the media server or controller
components. Refer to your components’ instruction manual for details.
If the operating system of your personal PC is Windows®
8/Windows® 7, Windows Media® Player 12 is already
installed. For more information, see the Microsoft web site.
USB Storage Device Requirements
r USB Mass Storage Class (but not always guaranteed).
r FAT16 or FAT32 file system format.
r If the USB storage device has been partitioned, each
section will be treated as an independent device.
r Up to 20,000 folders can be displayed, and folders may
be nested up to 16 levels deep.
r USB hubs and USB storage devices with hub functions
are not supported. Do not connect these devices to the
unit.
Note:
r If the media you connect is not supported, the message “No
Storage” will be displayed.
r Sound files that are protected by copyright cannot be played.
r When the USB audio player and this unit are connected, the
audio player screen and the screen of the unit may be different.
In addition, control functions of the audio player (classifying and
sorting music files and adding information, etc.) are not available
on this unit.
r Do not connect a PC to the USB port of the unit. Inputting sound
to the USB port of the unit from a PC is not possible.
r Media inserted to the USB card reader may not be available in
this function.
r Some USB storage devices and its contents may require some
time to be read.
r Depending on the USB storage device, proper reading of the
contents and proper supply of the power supply may not be
possible.
r Onkyo accepts no responsibility whatsoever for the loss or
damage to data stored on a USB storage device when that
device is used with this unit. We recommend that you back up
your important music files beforehand.
r Performance of the hard disk that receive power from the USB
port of the unit is not guaranteed.
r If you connect a USB hard disk drive to the USB port of the unit,
we recommend that you use its AC adapter to power it.
r When an audio player that are operated with batteries is used,
make sure that the batteries have enough remaining power.
r USB storage devices with security functions cannot be played.
Supported Audio Formats
r For server playback and playback from a USB storage
device, this unit supports the following music file formats.
r Music files of the following formats that can be played
depend on the network server. For example, when using
Windows Media® Player 12, not all music files in the PC
can be played. The music files that can be played are the
ones registered to the Windows Media® Player 12 library.
r Variable bit-rate (VBR) files are supported. However,
playback times may not be displayed correctly.
r This unit supports the gapless playback of the USB
storage device in the following conditions.
When WAV, FLAC and Apple Lossless files are
continuously played back with the same format,
sampling frequency, channels and quantization bit rate.
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r Remote playback does not support the gapless
playback.
Note:
r With remote playback, this unit does not support the following
music file formats:
– FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, DSD and Dolby TrueHD.
■ MP3 (.mp3 or .MP3)
r Supported formats: MPEG-1/MPEG-2 Audio Layer 3
r %‡*_`==<ˆ>*_`=*_`
=^*_`<ˆ>*_`{*_`;*_`{{<=*_`{‡*_`
r Supported bitrates: Between 8 kbps and 320 kbps and
VBR.
■ WMA (.wma or .WMA)
r %‡*_`==<ˆ>*_`
=^*_`<ˆ>*_`;*_`{{<=*_`{‡*_`
r Supported bitrates: Between 5 kbps and 320 kbps and
VBR.
r WMA Pro/Voice formats are not supported.
■ WMA Lossless (.wma or .WMA)
r %{{<=*_`{‡*_`‡‡<*_`
\^*_`
r Quantization bit: 16 bit, 24 bit
■ WAV (.wav or .WAV)
WAV files contain uncompressed PCM digital audio.
r %‡*_`==<ˆ>*_`=*_`
=^*_`<ˆ>*_`{*_`;*_`{{<=*_`{‡*_`
^{*_`‡‡<*_`\^*_`=~^<{*_`=\*_`
r Quantization bit: 8 bit, 16 bit, 24 bit
■ FLAC (.flac or .FLAC)
r %‡*_`==<ˆ>*_`=*_`
=^*_`<ˆ>*_`{*_`;*_`{{<=*_`{‡*_`
^{*_`‡‡<*_`\^*_`=~^<{*_`=\*_`
r Quantization bit: 8 bit, 16 bit, 24 bit
½
&*—?%%=~^<{*_`
=\*_`<
■ Ogg Vorbis (.ogg or .OGG)
r %‡*_`==<ˆ>*_`=^*_`
<ˆ>*_`;*_`{{<=*_`{‡*_`
r Supported bitrates: Between 32 kbps and 500 kbps and
VBR.
r Incompatible files cannot be played.
■ LPCM (Linear PCM)
r %{{<=*_`{‡*_`
r Quantization bit: 16 bit
½
Only for playback via DLNA.
■ Apple Lossless (.m4a/.mp4/.M4A/.MP4)
r %‡*_`==<ˆ>*_`=*_`
=^*_`<ˆ>*_`{*_`;*_`{{<=*_`{‡*_`
^{*_`‡‡<*_`\^*_`
r Quantization bit: 16 bit, 24 bit
■ DSD (.dsf or .DSF)
r %<‡{€_`><^{{‡€_`
½
&*—?%%><^{{‡€_`
is not supported.
■ Dolby TrueHD (.vr/.mlp/.VR/.MLP)
r %{‡*_`^{*_`‡‡<*_`
\^*_`=~^<{*_`=\*_`
½
&*—?%%{‡*_`
is supported.
½
Playback via DLNA is not supported.
½
&*—?%%=~^<{*_`
=\*_`<
■ AAC (.aac/.m4a/.mp4/.3gp/.3g2/.AAC/.M4A/.MP4/.3GP
or .3G2)
r Supported formats: MPEG-2/MPEG-4 Audio
r %‡*_`==<ˆ>*_`=*_`
=^*_`<ˆ>*_`{*_`;*_`{{<=*_`{‡*_`
^{*_`‡‡<*_`\^*_`
r Supported bitrates: Between 8 kbps and 320 kbps and
VBR
79
Reference Information
Remote Control Code List
„
Television (A to E)
A.R. Systems
Accent
Acoustic Solutions
Action
Addison
AEG
Aiko
Aim
Akai
Akiba
Akito
Akura
Alba
Alien
Allstar
Amstrad
Anam
Andersson
Anitech
Ansonic
AOC
Apex Digital
Ardem
Arena
Ario
Aristona
ART
Art Mito
80
10037, 10556
10037
11667, 11585,
11037
10650
10653, 11150
11037
10037
10037
10037, 12676,
10208, 10714,
10556, 12414,
13183, 10178
10037
10037
10037, 10714,
11667, 11585,
10171, 11037
11037, 12676,
10037, 10714,
11585
11037
10037
10037, 10171,
11037
10037, 10650
11585, 12676
10037
10037
11365, 12769,
10178, 10625,
11150
12397
10714, 10037
10037
12397
10556, 10037
11037
11585
Asberg
Astra
ATD
Atlantic
Audiosonic
Audioworld
Autovox
Aventura
Axxon
Baird
Barco
Base
Basic Line
Baur
Beaumark
Beijing
Beko
Bell & Howell
Belson
Belstar
Beon
Berthen
Bestar
Bexa
BGH
Black Diamond
Blaupunkt
Blue Sky
BPL
Brandt
Brinkmann
Brionvega
Britania
10037
10037
10698
10037
10714, 10037
10698
12676
10171
10714
10208
10556
10698
10037, 11037,
10556
10037, 10195
10178
10208
10714, 10037
10017
10698
11037
10037
10556
10037
12493
12414
11037
10195
10714, 10037,
11037, 10556,
10625
10208, 10037
10625, 11585,
10714
10037
10037
12414
Bush
Byd:sign
Camper
Carad
Carena
Carrefour
Cascade
Casio
Cathay
CCE
Celcus
Celebrity
Centrum
Centurion
Changhong
Chimei
Chun Yun
Chung Hsin
Clarivox
Clatronic
Clayton
Coby
Commercial Solutions
Condor
Conrowa
Contec
Cosmel
CPTEC
Crown
Crypton
Curtis
Cyberpix
D-Vision
Daewoo
11037, 10037,
10714, 12676,
11667, 10208,
10556, 10698,
11585
12209
10037
11037
10037
10037
10037
10037
10037
13782, 10037
12676, 11585
10000
11037
10037
13434, 12769,
10508
12769
10000, 11150
11150
10037
10037, 10714
11037
13478
11447
10037
10698
10037
10037
10625
10037, 10714,
10208, 11037
11667
12397
11667
10037, 10556
10037, 10556,
10178, 11150
Dansai
Dantax
Datsura
Dawa
Daytron
De Graaf
Decca
Denver
Desmet
Diamant
Diamond
Digatron
Digihome
Digiline
Digisonic
Digitor
Dixi
Drean
DSE
Dual
Dumont
Durabrand
Dux
DX Antenna
Dynatron
Dynex
E.S.C.
ECE
Elbe
Electroband
Electrograph
Elektra
Elfunk
ELG
Elin
Elite
10037, 10208
11037, 10714,
12676
10208
10037
10037
10208
10037
10037
10037
10037
10698
10037
11667, 12676
10037
11826
10698, 10037
10037
10037
10698
11667, 10037,
11037, 11585,
12676, 10714
10017
10171, 10178,
10714, 11037
10037
13817
10037
12049
10037
10037
10037, 10556
10000
11755
10017
11037
10037
10037
10037
Reference Information
Emerson
Envision
Epson
Erres
ESA
Euroman
Europa
Europhon
Evesham Technology
Excello
Exquisit
11864, 10171,
11394, 10178,
10037, 10714
11365, 11506
11379
10037
10171
10037
10037
10037
11667
11037
10037
„
Television (F to J)
F&U
FairTec
Ferguson
Fidelity
Finlandia
Finlux
Firstline
Fisher
Flint
Formenti
Fraba
Freesat
Friac
Frigidaire
Fujitsu
Fujitsu Siemens
Funai
Gaba
12676
11585
10625, 11037,
10037, 10195,
11585, 12676
10037, 10171
10208
11667, 10714,
12676, 10037,
10556
10714, 10037,
11037, 10208,
10556
10208
10037
10037
10037
11636
10037
11826
10809
10809
13817, 10171,
11394, 11037,
10714
11037
Galaxi
Galaxis
Gateway
GE
GEC
Genesis
Genexxa
GFM
Gibralter
Gibson
Gintai
Godrej
GoGen
GoldStar
Goodmans
Gorenje
Gradiente
Graetz
Granada
Grandin
Grundig
H-Buster
Haier
Hallmark
Hankook
Hannspree
Hanseatic
Hantarex
Hantor
Harwood
Hauppauge
HB
10037
10037
11755
11447, 10178,
10625, 11454
10037
10037
10037
10171, 11864
10017
11826
11150
11585
12676
10178, 10037,
10714, 11150
10037, 11037,
11667, 10714,
11585, 10556,
10625, 12676
11585, 12676
10037
10714
10208, 10037
10037, 10714,
11037, 10556
10195, 11223,
10556, 10037,
11667, 12676
13620
13620, 10698,
10037, 10508
10178
10178
11826
10037, 10714,
10625, 10556
10037
10037
10037
10037
10714
HCM
Heran
Herosonic
Highline
Hinari
HiPlus
Hisawa
Hisense
Hitachi
Hitachi Fujian
Hitec
Hoher
Hornyphon
Hua Tun
Hypson
Hyundai
Iberia
ICE
iLo
Imperial
Indiana
Inno Hit
Innova
Insignia
Integra
Inteq
Interbuy
Interfunk
Internal
Intervision
Irradio
IRT
10037
11826
11826
10037
10037, 10208
11826
10714
10556, 10508,
10208
11643, 12676,
11576, 11585,
11691, 11037,
11667, 10037,
10150, 10178,
10508, 11150,
12170
10150
10698
10714
10037
11150
10037, 10714,
10556, 11037
10698, 12676,
11037
10037
10037
11394
10037
10037
11037, 11585
10037
12049, 10171
11807, 13100,
13500
10017
10037
10037
10556
10037
10037
10698
Isis
Isukai
ITS
ITT
ITT Nokia
ITV
JCB
Jinfeng
Jinxing
JMB
Jubilee
JVC
12676
10037
10037
12676, 10208
10208
10037
10000
10208
10037, 10556,
10698
12676, 10556
10556
11774, 10653,
11601, 12271,
11428, 10508,
10650, 12676
„
Television (K to N)
Kaisui
Karcher
Kathrein
Kendo
Kennex
Kioto
Kiton
KLL
Kneissel
Kolin
Kolster
Konka
Konnig
Korpel
Kosmos
Kunlun
Kupperbusch
L&S Electronic
Lavis
Lecson
Lenco
10037
10714
10556
11037, 11585,
12676, 10037
11037
10556
10037
10037
10037, 10556
10150, 10037,
11150, 11755
10037
10037, 10714
10037
10037
10037
10208
12676
10714
11037
10037
10037, 11037
81
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Leyco
LG
LiesenKotter
Lifetec
Linetech
Linsar
Local India Brand
Local Malaysia Brand
Lodos
Loewe
Logik
Luma
Lumatron
Lumenio
Lux May
Luxor
LXI
Madison
Magnavox
Magnum
Manesth
Manhattan
Marantz
Mark
Mastro
Masuda
82
10037
11840, 11860,
11423, 12731,
12182, 12358,
12362, 10178,
12424, 10037,
10714, 10017,
10556, 10698
10037
10037, 11037,
10714
12676
12676, 11667,
11585
10208
10698
11037
10633
11037, 10698,
11585
11037
10037
10037
10037
11037, 12676,
10208
10178
10037
12372, 11454,
11506, 10171,
11365, 11755,
11867
10714, 10037
10037
10037, 11037
10037, 10556
10037, 10714
10698
10037
Matsui
Matsushita
Maxent
Maxess
Meck
Mediator
Medion
Megatron
MEI
Melectronic
Memorex
Mercury
Mermaid
Metronic
Metz
MGA
Micromaxx
Midland
Mikomi
Minato
Minerva
Ministry Of Sound
Minoka
Mitsubishi
Moree
Morgan's
Moserbaer
MTlogic
Mudan
10037, 10195,
10208, 11037,
10714, 10556,
11667, 12676
10650
11755
12493
10698
10037, 10556
10714, 10037,
11037, 12676,
11667, 10556,
10698, 11585
10178
11037
10037, 10195,
10714
10178, 10150,
11037
10037
10037
10625
11037, 10195
10150, 10178
10037, 10714,
11037
10017
11585, 11667
10037
10195
11667
10037
10150, 11250,
12313, 10178,
10037, 10556,
11150, 11037,
11171
10037
10037
11585
10714
10208
Multitec
Multitech
Myryad
NAD
Naiko
Nakimura
National
NEC
Neckermann
NEI
Neoka
Netsat
NetTV
Neufunk
Nevir
New Sonic
New Tech
Newave
Nikkai
Nikkei
Nikko
Nokia
Norcent
Nordmende
Normerel
Novatronic
Novita
NPG
11037, 10037
10037
10556
10037, 10178
10037
10037
10208, 10508
12461, 10178,
10508, 10653,
11150
10037, 10556
10037, 11037
11826
10037
11755
10556, 10714,
10037
12676
11826
10037, 10556
10178, 11150
10037
10714
10178
10208
11365
10195, 11585,
10037, 10714,
11667
10037
10037
11585
13434
„
Television (O to S)
Oceanic
OK Line
OK.
Okano
OKI
10208
11037
13434, 12676
10037
11667, 12676,
13434, 11585
Omni
Onei
Onida
Onimax
Onix
Onkyo
Onn
Opera
Optimus
Orava
Orbit
Orion
Orline
Ormond
Osaki
Osio
Osume
Otto Versand
Palladium
Palsonic
Panama
Panasonic
Panavideo
Panavision
Panda
Penney
Perdio
Perfekt
10698
11667
10653, 12414
10714
10698
11807, 13100,
13500
11667
10037, 10714
10650
11037
10037
10037, 10556,
10714, 11037,
12676
10037
11037
10037, 10556
10037
10037
10037, 10556,
10195
10714, 11037,
10556
10037, 10714,
10556
12461, 10698,
10037
10037
11636, 11291,
11480, 11650,
10650, 13825,
12170, 10037,
10208, 10508
13825
10037
10208, 10508,
10698
10178
10037
10037
Reference Information
Philco
Philips
Phocus
Phoenix
Phonola
Pioneer
PJ
Plantron
Playsonic
Polaroid
Powerpoint
Prima
Prinston
Pro Vision
Proline
Proscan
Prosonic
Protech
Proton
Pulsar
Pye
Qingdao
Quadro
Quasar
Quelle
R-Line
13426, 12414,
10037, 10178
10037, 12800,
10556, 11887,
11867, 11506,
12372, 12680,
11454, 10171,
11365, 10017,
10000, 10178,
11394
10714
10037
10037, 10556
11457, 10037,
10698, 11636,
12171
11506
10037
10714, 10037
12676, 11826
10037, 10698
12461
11037
10037, 10556,
10714
10037
10625, 10037,
11037, 12676
11447
10714, 12676,
10037, 11585,
11667
10037, 11037
10178
10017
10037, 10556
10208
11667
11291, 10650
10037, 11037,
10195
10037
Radiola
Radiomarelli
RadioShack
Radiotone
RCA
Realistic
Recor
Rectiligne
Red Star
‚¡
Relisys
Relon
Remotec
Reoc
Revox
RFT
Roadstar
Rowa
Runco
Saba
Sagem
Saivod
Salora
Sampo
Samsung
Sansui
10037, 10556
10037
10037, 10178
10037, 11037
11447, 12746,
10625, 12434,
12932, 12187,
10000, 10178,
10618, 11454,
13426
10178
10037
10037
10037
10037, 11037
11585
11826
10037, 10171
10714
10037
10037
11037, 10037,
10714
10698, 10037
10017
10625, 10714,
12676
10618
11037, 10037
10208
11755, 10171,
10178, 10650
12051, 11632,
10618, 10037,
10556, 10178,
10208, 11150
10037, 10714
Sanyo
SBR
Schaub Lorenz
Schneider
Schontech
Scotch
Scott
Sears
Seelver
SEG
SEI
Sei-Sinudyne
Semp Toshiba
Sencor
Senzu
Serie Dorada
Shanghai
Sharp
Sheng Chia
Shintoshi
Shivaki
Siam
Siemens
Siera
Silva
Silva Schneider
SilverCrest
Sinudyne
SKY
10208, 11142,
11585, 12676,
12461, 11974,
12769, 10508,
11037, 11150,
11365, 11667
10037, 10556
10714, 12676,
11667
10037, 10556,
10714, 11037,
11585, 12676
11037
10178
10178
10171, 10178
11037
11037, 10037,
13434
10037
10037
13793
10714
12493
10178
10208
11659, 12360,
10818, 11393,
12676, 10650,
11165, 11423
11150
10037
10178, 10037
10037
10195, 10037
10556, 10037
10037
10037
12676, 11037
10037
10037
Skyworth
Solavox
Soniko
Soniq
Sonitron
Sonneclair
Sonoko
Sonolor
Sontec
Sony
Soundesign
Soundwave
Sowa
Soyea
Soyo
Squareview
SR Standard
Starlite
STI
Strato
Sunny
Sunstar
Sunstech
Sunwood
Supersonic
SuperTech
Supra
Supreme
Svasa
Sylvania
Symphonic
Synco
Sysline
12769, 10037,
10698
10037
10037
12493
10208
10037
10037
10208
10037
12778, 11825,
10810, 10000,
11651, 11505,
11167
10178
10037, 11037
10178, 11150
10698
11826
10171
10037, 11037
10037
13793
10037
10037
10037
12676
10037
10208
10037, 10556
10178
10000
10208
10171, 11864,
11394
10171, 11394
11755, 10000,
10178, 11826
10037
83
Reference Information
„
Television (T to Z)
Tacico
Tai Yi
Talent
Tashiko
Tatung
TCL
TCM
Teac
Tec
Tech Line
Technica
Technics
Technika
TechniSat
Technisson
Techno
Technosonic
Techwood
Tecnimagen
Teco
Tedelex
Teknika
TELE System
Telecor
Telefunken
Telefusion
Telegazi
Telemeister
Telesonic
Telestar
Teletech
Teleview
84
10178, 11150
11150
10178
10650, 11150
10037, 11150
12434, 13183,
13426, 12414,
10698
10714
10037, 11037,
10698, 10714,
11755, 10171,
10178
10037
10037, 11585
11037
10556, 10650
11667, 12676
10556
10714
11585
10556, 10625
11667, 11037,
12676
10556
10178, 10653
10208
10150
11585
10037
10625, 12676,
12414, 10698,
11585, 10037,
10714, 11667
10037
10037
10037
10037
10037, 10556
10037, 11037
10037
Tennessee
Tensai
Terris
Tesla
Tevion
Thomson
Thorn
TMK
TNCi
Tokai
Tokaido
Topline
Toshiba
TRANS-continents
Transonic
Triad
Triumph
TVTEXT 95
Uher
Ultravox
Unic Line
Uniden
United
Universal
Universum
Univox
V7 Videoseven
Vestel
10037
10037, 11037
11667
11037, 10037,
10556, 10714
10714, 11037,
10037, 10556,
11585, 11667
10625, 11447,
10037
10037
10178
10017
10037, 11037
11037
11037
11508, 11524,
11656, 12676,
10508, 13570,
10650, 11037,
10195, 10618,
11150, 11169
10037, 10556,
11037
10037, 10698
10556
10037, 10556
10556
10037
10037
10037
12122, 12676,
11667
10714, 11037,
10037, 10556
10037, 10714
10037, 11037,
10195, 10618
10037
11755
11037, 10037,
11585, 11667
Vexa
Victor
Videocon
VideoSystem
Vidtech
Viewsonic
Vision
VIZIO
Vortec
Voxson
VU
Walker
Waltham
Wards
Watson
Wega
Welltech
Weltstar
Westinghouse
Westwood
Wharfedale
White Westinghouse
Wilson
Windsor
Windy Sam
Wintel
Wyse
Xiahua
Xiron
XLogic
Xoceco
Xrypton
Yamaha
10037
11428, 10650,
10653
10508, 10037
10037
10178
11755, 12049,
11365
11826, 10037
11758, 13758,
12209
10037
10037, 10178,
11667
11365
12676, 11667,
11585
10037, 11037
10017, 10000,
10178
11037, 10037,
10714
10037
10714
11037
11712, 11826,
11755, 12397
11585
11667, 10037,
10556
10037
10556
11037
10556
10714
11365
10698
11037
10698
10037, 12461
10037
11576, 10650
Yamishi
Yokan
Yoko
YU-MA-TU
Zenith
Zepto
Zonda
10037
10037
10037
10037
10017, 10178,
11423, 12731,
11365, 12358,
12362
11585
10698
„
TV DVD Combination
Akai
Alba
Black Diamond
Blue Sky
Bush
Centrum
Crown
Dual
Dynex
Elfunk
Emerson
Ferguson
Funai
Goodmans
Grandin
Grundig
Hitachi
Insignia
JVC
LG
Linsar
Logik
Luxor
Magnavox
12676, 32966
12676, 32966
11037, 30713
11037, 30713
12676, 10698,
11037, 30713,
32966
11037, 30713
11037, 30713
11037, 30713
12049
11037, 30713
11864, 11394,
30675
11037, 30713
11394, 30675
11037, 12676,
30713, 32966
30713
30539
12676, 11037,
30713, 32966
12049
12271, 11774
11423
12676, 32966
11037, 30713
11037, 30713
12372
Reference Information
Matsui
Medion
Mitsubishi
OK.
OKI
Orava
Panasonic
Philips
Polaroid
Powerpoint
Prosonic
RCA
Samsung
Sanyo
SEG
Sharp
Soniq
Sony
Sylvania
Teac
Technica
Telefunken
Teletech
Thomson
Toshiba
United
Universum
Vestel
Viewsonic
Weltstar
Westinghouse
Xiron
11037, 12676,
30713
12676, 32966
34004
13434
12676, 32966
11037, 30713
12170
10556, 11454,
11394, 12372,
30539
12676, 32966
10698
12676, 32966
12187, 12746,
12932, 11447
12051
12676
11037, 30713
10818, 12360,
12676, 32966
12493
12778
11864, 11394,
10171, 30675,
30630
10698
11037, 30713
10698
11037, 30713
10625, 30551
11524, 12676,
32966
11037, 30713
30713
11037
12049
11037, 30713
11712
11037, 30713
„
DVD
3D LAB
Accurian
Acoustic Solutions
AEG
Aiwa
Akai
Akura
Alba
Amitech
Amstrad
AMW
Ansonic
Aristona
ASDA
Audix
Autovox
Awa
Axion
Basic Line
Bel Canto Design
Belson
Best Buy
Black Diamond
Blu:sens
Blue Parade
Blue Sky
Brainwave
Brandt
Bush
Byd:sign
CCE
Celcus
Centrum
Changhong
Cinea
30539
30675
30730, 30713
30675, 30770,
31233
30533
32966, 31233,
30675, 30770
31233
32966, 30713,
30730, 30539
30770
30713, 30770,
32139
30872
30831
30539, 30646
32213
30713
30713
30730, 30872
30730
30713
31571
32139
32139
30713
31233
30571
30713
30770
30551, 30503
30713, 30730,
30831, 32966
30872
30730
32966
30713, 30675
30627
30831
Cineral
Cinetec
Classic
Clatronic
Clayton
Coby
Codex
Continental Edison
Craig
Crown
Cybercom
Daenyx
Daewoo
Dansai
Dantax
Datsun
Daytek
Dayton Audio
DCE
Decca
Denon
Dewo
Digihome
DigiLogic
DiK
Disney
DK Digital
Dragon
DSE
Dual
Durabrand
Dynex
E:max
ECC
Elfunk
Elin
30730
30713, 30872
30730
30675, 31233
30713
30730
31233
30831, 30872
30831
30713, 30770
30831
30872
30770, 30872
30770
30713, 30539,
32966
31233
30872
30872
30831
30770
31634, 32258,
32748, 30490,
33851
31634
30713, 32966
30713
30831
30675, 30831
30831
30831
30675
30831, 30713,
30730, 32966
30675, 30713,
30831
32596
30770, 31233
30730
30713
30770
Elite
Elta
Eltax
Emerson
EuroLine
Ferguson
Finlux
Firstline
Funai
G-Hanz
G-HanzS
GE
GFM
Go Video
GoldStar
Goodmans
GPX
Gran Prix
Grandin
Grundig
Grunkel
GVG
H&B
Hanseatic
Harman/Kardon
HE
Hello Kitty
Henss
Hitachi
Hoher
Home Electronics
Humax
HYD
Hyundai
Inno Hit
Insignia
32854
30770, 31233
31233
30675, 32213
30675, 31233
30713, 32966
32966, 30770,
30741
30713
30675
32213
32213
30522
30675
31044, 30741
30741
30713, 30730,
32966
30741
30831
30713, 31233
30539, 30551,
30713, 32966
30770, 30831
30770
30713, 31233
30741
30582
30730
30831
30713
32966, 30573,
30713, 31664
30713, 30831
30730, 30770
30646
31233
32966
30713
32596, 30675,
30741
85
Reference Information
Integra
Irradio
ITT
JDB
JMB
JVC
Kansas Technologies
Kendo
Kennex
Kenwood
Kiiro
Kupperbusch
Leiker
Lenco
Lexicon
LG
Lifetec
Linetech
Linsar
Lodos
Loewe
Logik
Lumatron
Lunatron
Luxman
Luxor
Magnavox
Manhattan
Marantz
Mark
Marquant
Matsui
Maxim
86
32147, 30627,
31769, 30503,
31612, 30571,
31634
31233, 30646
31233
30730
32966
30623, 31602,
30503, 30539,
32966
31233
30713, 30831
30713, 30770
30490
30770
32966
30872
30713, 30770
32545
30741, 31602,
31233
30831
32966
32966
30713
30741, 30539
30713
30713, 30741
30741
30573
30713, 32966
30675, 30503,
30646, 30539,
31354, 30713
30713
30539, 32414,
33444
30713
30770
30713, 32966
30713, 30872
MBO
MDS
Mecotek
Medion
Memorex
Metz
Micromedia
Micromega
Microsoft
Microstar
Minax
Minoka
Mitsubishi
Mizuda
Mustek
Mystral
NAD
Naiko
NEC
Nevir
Nisato
Noblex
Norcent
Nordmende
OK.
OKI
Onkyo
Oppo
Orava
Orbit
Orion
Ormond
Packard Bell
Palladium
30730
30713
30770
30831, 32966,
30741, 30630
30831, 32213
30713, 30571
30503, 30539
30539
31708, 32083,
30522
30831
30713
30770
34004, 30713
30770
30730
30831
30741
30770
30741, 31602
30831, 30770
31233
31233
30872
30831
32966
32966
30627, 32147,
31612, 31769,
30503, 30571,
31634
32545, 30575
30713
30872
30713, 31233
30713
30831, 30713
30831
30713
Panasonic
Philco
Philips
Pioneer
Polaroid
Polk Audio
Portland
Powerpoint
Presidian
Prinz
Prism
Pro Vision
Proline
Proscan
Proson
Prosonic
Pye
Radionette
Radiotone
RCA
REC
Red
Red Star
Richmond
Roadstar
Ronin
Rotel
Rowa
Saba
Saivod
Salora
30490, 31579,
31641, 32710,
33641, 33862,
32523
30675
32056, 30539,
31354, 32789,
32434, 30646,
31340, 30503,
30675, 32084
31571, 30631,
30571, 32442,
32854, 30142
32966
30539
30770
30872
30675
30831
30831
30730
32966
30522
30713
32966
30539, 30646
30741
30713
30522, 32213,
30571, 31769
30490
32213
30770
31233
30713, 30730
30872
30623
30872
30551
30831
30741
Samsung
Sanyo
ScanMagic
Schaub Lorenz
Schneider
Schontech
Scott
SEG
Semp
Semp Toshiba
Sharp
Sherwood
Shinsonic
Sigmatek
Silva Schneider
Skantic
Skymaster
SM Electronic
Smart
Sonashi
Soniq
Sony
Sound Color
Soundwave
Spectra
SR Standard
Strong
Sunkai
Sunstech
30199, 30573,
33195, 31635,
32369, 32489,
32329, 30490,
31044
32966, 30713,
31233
30730
30770
30539, 30831,
30646, 30713
30713
31233
30713, 30872
30503
30503
30630, 32250,
30713, 32966,
30675
30741, 30770
30533
32139
30831, 30741
30713, 30539
30730
30730
30713
30831
30831
31633, 31516,
30533, 31033,
31070, 30864,
32861, 31536,
32180
31233
30713
30872
30831
30713
30770
30831, 32139,
32966
Reference Information
Supratech
Sylvania
Symphonic
Sytech
Tandberg
Targa
Tascam
Tatung
TBoston
Tchibo
TCM
Teac
Technica
Technics
Technika
Technosonic
Techwood
Telefunken
Teletech
Tensai
Theta Digital
Thomson
Tokai
Toshiba
TRANS-continents
Transonic
Trevi
TVE
United
Universum
Urban Concepts
Venturer
Vestel
VIZIO
32139
30675, 30630
30675
30831
30713
30741
31818
30770
32139
30741
30741
30571, 30675,
30741, 31818,
32139, 34004
30713
30490
30770, 30831
30730
30713, 32966
30551, 32966
30713
30770
30571
30551, 30522,
30831
31233
30503, 32705,
32277, 31769,
33157, 32966,
32551
30831, 30872,
31233
30730
30831
30713
30713, 30675,
30730, 31233
30713, 30741
30503
31769
30713
32563
Voxson
Waitec
Walker
Waltham
Welkin
Wellington
Weltstar
Wharfedale
Wilson
Windsor
Windy Sam
Woxter
X-View
Xbox
Xiron
XMS
Yamada
Yamaha
Yamakawa
Yukai
Zenith
30831, 30730
30730, 31233
32966
30713
30831
30713
30713
30713
31233, 30831
30713
30573
32139
31233
31708, 32083,
30522
30713
30770
30872, 32139
30539, 30817,
30490, 32298,
31354, 30646
30872
30730
30741, 30503
„
Blu-ray Disc
Denon
Elite
Funai
Insignia
Integra
Lexicon
LG
Magnavox
Marantz
Mitsubishi
32258, 32748,
33851
32854
30675
32596, 30675
32147, 32900,
32910, 33100,
33101, 33500,
33501
32545
31602, 30741
30675
32414, 33444
34004
Onkyo
Oppo
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Samsung
Sharp
Sony
Sylvania
Tascam
Toshiba
VIZIO
Yamaha
32147, 32900,
33101, 33501,
32910, 33100,
33500
32545
31641, 33641,
33862, 32523,
32710
32789, 32434,
32084
32442, 32854,
30142
30199, 33195
32250
31516, 32180
30675
31818, 34004
32705, 33157,
32551
32563
32298
„
DVD-R
Accurian
Aristona
Denon
Emerson
Funai
Go Video
GPX
Hitachi
Humax
Irradio
LG
Loewe
Magnavox
Medion
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
30675
30646
30490
30675
30675
30741
30741
31664
30646
30646
30741
30741
30675, 30646
30741
30490, 31579,
32710, 32523
30646, 31340
30631
Pye
RCA
Samsung
Schneider
Sharp
Sony
Sylvania
Targa
Thomson
Toshiba
Yamaha
Zenith
30646
30522
31635, 30490,
32489
30646
30630, 30675
32861, 31070,
31516, 31033,
31536, 32180,
31633
30675
30741
30551
32277, 32551
30646
30741
„
VCR
DirecTV
Humax
Panasonic
Philips
RCN
ReplayTV
Sonic Blue
Sony
TiVo
20739
20739
20616
20739
20739
20616
20616
20636
20739, 20636
„
Cable Set Top Box (A to E)
3 Rivers Telephone
Cooperative
Accelplus
Access Cable
Television
Access
Communications
Ace Communications
ACTV Cablevision
Adams Cable TV
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877
02586
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
87
Reference Information
ADB
Advanced Broadband
Advanced Telemedia
Airwave Networks
Akado
Alabama Broadband
Alcom
Algona Municipal
Utilities
All West
Communications
Alleghany Cablevision
Allegiance
Communications
Alliance
Communications
Allied Telesis
Almega Cable
Alpine Cable
Alta Utilities
Alternative Cable
Altibox
Altitude
Communications
Americable
International
American Broadband
02586, 01920,
01481, 01998,
02437, 03028
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01982
02043
01376
02437
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01877
01376, 01877,
01982
02437
01376
Anne Arundel
Broadband
Antietam Cable
Arc One
Arctic Cooperatives
Argent
Communications
Arialink Broadband
Arkwest
Arledge Electronics
Armstrong
Arris
Arvig Communication
Systems
Ashland Home Net
Askivision Systems
Astound Broadband
AT&T
ATC Communications
Atlantic Broadband
ATMC
Atwood Cable
01877
01376, 01877,
01982
American
01376, 01877,
Entertainment Network 01982
American Telecasting
01376, 01877,
01982
Amherst Telephone
01376, 01877,
01982
88
Amino
Aurora Cable TV
Ayrshire
Communications
B & C Cablevision
B & L Technologies
Bailey Cable TV
01615, 01481,
01898, 01998,
03028
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01481, 01998,
03028
01376
01376, 01877
02187
01376, 01982,
01998, 02345
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877
00858
01376
01877, 01376
01376, 01982,
01998, 03028
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
Baja Broadband
Baldwin County
Internet
Baldwin Telecom
Ballard Rural
Telephone Cooperative
Barbourville Utility
Commission
Bardstown Cable
Bascom
Communications
Base Cablevision
Bay Cablevision
Bay City Cablevision
Bay Country
Communications
Bay Creek
Communications
Bayland
Communications
Bayou Cable
Beamspeed
Beaver Creek
Telephone
Beaver Valley Cable
Beck's Cable Systems
Bee Line Cable
Beeline
BELD Broadband
Belgacom TV
Belhaven Cable TV
Bell
Bell Aliant
Bell Fibe TV
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01877
02586
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
02586
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01877, 01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
03028
01376, 01877,
01982
02132
01376, 01877,
01982
01998
01998
01998
Bellaire Cable
Bellevue Cable
Bend Broadband
Bentleyville Cable
Benton Cooperative
Telephone
Beresford Cablevision
Berkshire Cable Corp
Beulah Cable TV
Bevcomm
Beyond
Communications
Big Sandy Broadband
Biltmore
Communications
Blakely Cable
Television
Bledsoe Telephone
Cooperative
Bloomingdale
Communications
Blue Mountain TV
Cable
Blue Ridge
Communications
Blue Sky Cable
Blue Valley
Telecommunications
Bobcaygeon Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 02187
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01615, 01898
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01877, 01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01481, 01998,
03028
01481, 01998,
03028
01376, 01877,
01982
01877
01376, 01877,
01982
01898
01376, 01877,
01982
Booher Brothers Cable 01376, 01877,
01982
Bouygues Telecom
03007
Bowen Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Boycom Cablevision
01376
Reference Information
Branch Cable
Brandenburg Telecom
Brandywine
Cablevision
Bresnan
Briand et Moreau
Cable
Bright Green
Communications
Bright House
Bristol Tennessee
Essential Services
Bristol Virginia Utilities
01376, 01877,
01982
01481, 01998,
03028
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01877, 01376
01877, 01998
01376, 01877,
01982
British American
01376, 01877,
01982
Broadstar
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Broadstripe
01376
Brockway Television
01376, 01877,
01982
Broken Bow Cable TV 01376, 01877,
01982
Brooks Bay Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Brownwood TV Cable 01376, 01877,
Service
01982
Bryan Municipal
01376, 01877,
Utilities
01982
BT
02294
BTC Broadband
02586
Buckeye Cable System 01877, 01376,
02187
Bulldog Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Bulloch Telephone
01376, 01877,
Cooperative
01982
Burlington Telecom
01481, 01615
Butler Bremer Mutual
01898
Telephone
Byron Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
C & W Cable
C.L. Davis Cable
Services
Cable &
Communications
Cable America
Cable Axion Digitel
Cable Communications
of Willsboro
Cable Cooperative
Cable Development
Corporation
Cable Management
Assocication
Cable Montana
Cable Nebraska
Cable Of The
Carolinas
Cable One
Cable Plus
Cable Suite
Cable Tech Cable TV
Cable TV of Camrose
Cable TV of East
Alabama
Cable TV of Slave
Lake
Cable TV of St. Paul
Cable Vision Services
Cablecom
Cablecom Mexico
Cablemas
Cablenet
CableSouth Media
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01877
01582
01376
01376, 01877
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
Cableview
Communications
Cablevision
Cablevision du Nord
Cablevision of Marion
County
Cablevision T.R.P.
Cabovis
Caiway
CalNeva Broadband
CalTel Connections
Cameron
Communications
CAMS Cable
Canby Telcom
Cannon Valley
Cablevision
Caprock TV
Carnegie Cable
Carolina Mountain
Cable
Carr Communications
Carrell
Communications
CAS Cable
Cascade
Communications
Casey Cable
Caspian Community
TV
Cass Cable
Castle Cable Service
Catalina Cable
Catawba Services
01376, 01877,
01982
01877, 01376
01376
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
02436
02015, 0660
01376, 01877,
01982
02586
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01481
01481, 01998,
03028
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
CBN
CBPU Cable
CCAP
CDE Lightband
Cedar Falls Utilities
Celect
Communications
Cencom
CentraCom Interactive
Central Texas
Communications
Central Valley Cable
Centre TV Cable
Centrovision
Century
Communications
Century Telephone
CenturyLink
CenturyTel TeleVideo
Chambers Cable
Champion Broadband
Chaparral Cablevision
Chariton Valley
Communications
Charter
Chatmoss Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01877
00858, 01615,
02586
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01998
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
02187
01376, 01877,
01982
01898, 01615
Chequamegon
Telephone Cooperative
Chesnee
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
89
Reference Information
Chester Telephone
Chinook Progressive
Club TV
Chippewa Valley Cable
Choice Cable TV
Choice
Communications
Choice Television
ChoiceCable
Christy Cablevision
CimTel
Cincinnati Bell
Circle Bar Cable
Television
Cisco
Citizens Cable
Citizens Cable TV
Citizens Cablevision
Citizens Mutual
Telephone
Citizens Telecom
Citizens Telephone
City Cablevision
City of Barnesville
Cable
City of Baxter Springs
Cable
City of Hawarden
Cable
City of Norway Cable
City of Quitman Cable
90
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01877, 01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01877, 01982,
00858, 02589,
03028, 02132,
02345, 01582,
01883, 02378,
02401, 03265
01376
01376
01481
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
02586
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
City Of Salisaw
City of Sumas TV
Cable System
City West
Citycable
Clarence Telephone
Claro
Clear Creek
Communications
Clearview Cable
Clearview Partners
Clearview TV Cable
Clearvision Cable TV
Click Network
ClickOne
Clinton Cable
CLT Communications
ClubInternet
CMA Communications
CNS Television
Coast Cable
Communications
Coast Cablevision
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
03477
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
02132
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
Coast Communications 01376
Coastal Link
01376
Coaxial Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Cobridge
01376
Cobridge
01376
Communications
Cogeco
01376, 01877,
01982
Colane Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Colfax Highline Cable
Collinsville Cable
Colonial Cablevision
ColtonTel
Columbia Power and
Water
Columbus Telephone
Com Hem
Com-Link
Comcast
Communication
Services
Communicomm
Community Antenna
Service
Community Antenna
System
Community Cable &
Broadband
Community Cable
Service
Community
Communications
Community Telecom
Community Television
Compas Cable
Complete
Communication
Services
Comserv Ltd
ComSouth
ComSpan
Communications
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
02378
01376, 01877
01376
00660, 02015
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01982,
01877, 02187
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01481, 01898
Comstar Cable TV
Consolidated Cable
Consolidated
Communications
Conuma Cable
Systems
Conway Corporation
Cable TV
Conxxus
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
Coon Creek Telephone 01376
Coon Rapids Municipal 01376, 01877,
Utilities
01982
Coop CSCF
01376
Cooperative Television 01376, 01877,
Godahl
01982
CoopTel
00858, 01615,
01898
Coosa Cable
01376
Copper Mountain
01376, 01877,
Metropolitan
01982
Country Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Country Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Country Cablevision
01376
Country Cablevision
01376
Ltd.
Cowley Telecable
01376, 01877,
01982
Cox
01877, 01376
Craig Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Craw-Kan Telephone
02586
Cooperative
Crestview Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Cross Country TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Crosslake
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Reference Information
Crow Cable TV
CRRS-TV
CRST Telephone
Authority
Crystal Cable TV
CSI Cable
CT & R Cable
CTC
Cunningham
Telephone & Cable
Curtis Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01481, 01998,
03028
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
CUTV
01376, 01877,
01982
CWA Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
D & D Cable Systems 01376, 01877,
01982
D & P Communications 01376
Daeryung
01877
Dairyland Cable
01376, 01877,
Systems
01982
Dakota Central
02345
Telecommunications
Dalton Cable
01877, 01982
Television
Darty Box
02436
Davis Communications 01376, 01877,
01982
Dawson City Television 01376, 01877,
01982
DCA Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
DDD Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Dean Hill Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Dean's Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Decca Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Deffner Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Delhi Telephone
01376, 01877,
01982
Delta
02015, 00660
Delta Cable
01376
Demopolis CATV
01376, 01877,
01982
Denali TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Dery Telecom
01376
Deutsche Telekom
02132
Dickey Rural Networks 01376, 01877,
01982
Digeo
02187
Diode Communications 01376, 01877,
01982
Diverse
01898, 01982
Communications
Dixie Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Dixon Telephone
01376, 01877,
01982
DMS Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Downsville Community 01376, 01877,
Antenna
01982
Doylestown Cable TV 01376, 01877,
01982
Drummond Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
DTC
01376, 01877,
01982
Du
02401
Dumont Telephone
01376, 01877,
01982
Duncan Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Eagle Broadband
01481, 01998,
03028
Eagle Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Eagle Communications 01376, 02187
Eagle Valley Telephone 01481, 01998,
03028
EagleVision Wireless
01376, 01877,
TV Services
01982
East Arkansas Video
01376
East Cleveland Cable 01376, 01877,
01982
East Texas Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Eastern Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
EastLink
01376
Easton Cable
01877
EasyTEL
01481, 01998,
03028
Eatel
01877
Echostar
03452
Electron Enterprises
01376, 01877,
01982
Elk River Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Elkhart TV Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Emery Telcom Video
01376, 01877,
01982
Emily Coop Telephone 01481, 01615
Enhanced
01376
Telecommunications
EnTouch
01376
EPB of Chattanooga
00858
Escape Broadband
01376, 01877,
01982
Eston CATV
01376, 01877,
Cooperative
01982
ETAN Industries
01376, 01877,
01982
Etex
02586
Execulink
01376
Eyecom
01376, 01877,
01982
„
Cable Set Top Box (F to J)
F & B Telephone
FairPoint
Communications
Falls Earth Station
02586
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
FamilyView
01376, 01877,
Cablevision
01982
Fannettsburg Cable TV 01376, 01877,
01982
Farmer & Merchant
01376, 01877,
Mutual
01982
Farmer's Telephone
01998, 03028
Cooperative
Farmers Independent 01376, 01877,
Telephone
01982
Farmers Mutual
01376, 01877,
Telephone
01982
Fayetteville Electric
01877
System
Federated Telephone
01376
Fenton Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
FiberCast Cable
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
FiberNet Monticello
01376, 01877,
01982
Fibrant
01376, 01877,
01982
Fidelity
01376
Communications
First Cable Of Missouri 01376, 01877,
01982
FirstMile
01376, 01877,
01982
Flint Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Florida Cable
01376
Foothills Rural
01877
Telephone Cooperative
Forsyth CableNet
01376, 01877,
01982
Fort Jennings
02586
Communications
91
Reference Information
Fort Towson Cable
Foster
Communications
Frank Howard TV
Cable
Frankfort Plant Board
Cable
Freebox
FTC
Full Channel TV
Full Choice
Communications
Fusion Broadband
Futuristic Cablevision
Galaxy American
Communication
Galaxy Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01976
01877, 01982,
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01998
Gardonville
Cooperative Telephone
Gatehouse Networks
01376, 01877,
01982
Gauthier Cablevision & 01376, 01877,
Electric
01982
GCI
01877
General
01376
Communications
Genext
01376, 01877,
01982
Geraldine Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Get Real Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
GEUS
01376, 01877,
01982
Giant Communications 01376, 01877,
01982
Giles-Craig
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
92
Gilmer Cable
Television
Glasgow Electric Plant
Board
Glass Antenna
Systems
Glenwood
Telecommunications
Glide Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
Globalcom
01376, 01877,
01982
Golden Belt Telephone 02586
Golden
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Golden Rain
01376, 01877,
Foundation
01982
Golden Valley Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Golden West
01376, 01877,
Telecommunications
01982
› 01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Gorham
01481
Communications
Gowrie Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Grafton Cable
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Grand River Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Grande
01877, 01376
Communications
Great Plains
01376
Communications
Green Hills
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Greene County Cable 01376, 01877,
TV
01982
Greenlight Community 01376, 01877,
Broadband
01982
Gridley Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Griswold Cooperative
Telephone
Grove Cable
01481, 01998,
03028
01376, 01877,
01982
Grundy Center Utilities 01376, 01877
GTI
01481, 01998,
03028
Guadalupe Valley
01877
Haefele TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Haines Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Hall Beach
01376, 01877,
Cooperative
01982
Hamilton County Cable 01877, 01982,
TV
01376
Hancel
01376, 01877,
01982
Hargray
01376, 01877,
01982
Harlan Community TV 01376
Harlan Municipal
01376
Utilities
Harmony Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Harris Broadband
01376
Harrisonville
02586
Telephone
Harron Metrocast
01376, 01877
Hart Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Hart Electric
01376, 01877,
01982
Hartelco
01376, 01877,
01982
Hastings Cable Vision 01376, 01877,
01982
Hathw@y
02043
Hawaiian Telcom
03028
HBC
01376, 01877,
01982
HBL Communications 01376, 01877,
01982
HCS
Healthcare Cable
Systems
Heart of Iowa
Communications
Heartland Cable
Heartland Wireless
Communications
Heck's TV & Cable
Henderson Telephone
Hermosa Cablevision
Herr Cable
HFU Television
Hiawatha Broadband
HickoryTech
High Plains
Cablevision
Highland
Hill Top
Communications
Hinton CATV
HLM Cable Corp
HomeTel
Hometown Cable
Hometown Utilicom
Hood Canal
Cablevision
Hoonah Community
Television
Hooper Telephone
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01898
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
Reference Information
Horizon Cable TV
Horizon Telecom
Horry Telephone
Cooperative
Hospers Telephone
01376, 02586
02586
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
Hotwire
02586
Houston Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Hrvatski Telekom
02132
HTC Communications 01481, 01998,
03028
HTC Services
01376, 01877,
01982
Humax
00660, 02620,
02043, 02165
HunTel Systems
01376
Huxley
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Hydaburg Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
HYDE County
01376, 01877,
Cablevision
01982
i-CAN
02437
I-Speed
01376, 01877,
01982
ICE Cable Holdings
01376
ICS Communications
01376, 01877,
01982
Illini Cablevision Of
01376, 01877,
Illinois
01982
ImOn Communications 01877
Indco Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Independence Telecom 01376, 01982
Utility
Independent Cable
01376, 01877,
Systems of Idaho
01982
Indevideo
01376, 01877,
01982
Index Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Innovative Cable TV
01376
Innovative Systems
01898
Inotel
Inside Connect Cable
Insight
Integra Telecom
Inter Mountain Cable
Inter-County Cable
02437
01376
01376, 01877
02345
01877
01376, 01877,
01982
Interstate Cablevision 01481, 01998,
03028
Intertech Private Cable 01376, 01877,
01982
InviTV
02437
Iron River Cooperative 01376, 01877,
TV
01982
Irvine Community TV
01376, 01877,
01982
ITV-3
01376, 01877,
01982, 03028
J & L Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
J & N Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Jack McClanahan
01376, 01877,
Cable TV
01982
Jackson Energy
01376, 01877,
Authority
01982
Jaguar
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
James Cable Partners 01376, 01877,
01982
James Valley
02586
Cooperative Telephone
Jayroc Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Jefferson County
01376, 01877,
Cable
01982
Jefferson Telecom
01376, 01877,
01982
Jeffersonville Cable TV 01376, 01877,
01982
Jet Broadband
01376
Johnston County
01376, 01877,
Cable
01982
Journeyvision Cable
JP PTT
01376, 01877,
01982
01615
„
Cable Set Top Box (K to N)
K-Communications
Kabel Deutschland
Kalida Telephone
Kalona Cooperative
Telephone
Kaplan Telephone
Karban TV Systems
KAS Cable TV
Kaslo Cable
KBS Cable TV
Keene Valley Video
Kelley
Communications
Kennebec Telephone
Kennedy Cablevision
Kentucky
Ridge Country
Communications
Keta Cable
KFW Communications
Kincardine Cable TV
Kings Bay
Communications
Kiss
KLiP
KM Telecom
Knology
01376, 01877,
01982
02165
01376, 01877,
01982
02586
02586
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
02132
01376, 01877,
01982
01481
01877, 01376
KoolConnect
Koomiut Cooperative
01481
01376, 01877,
01982
KPN
02952, 02437
Kraus Electronic
01376, 01877,
Systems
01982
Kudzu Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Kugluktuk Cooperative 01376, 01877,
01982
Kuhn Communications 01376, 01877
L & J Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
La Harpe
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
La Harpe Video and
01376, 01877
Data Services
Lafayette Utilities
01376
System
Laguna Serrano Cable 01376, 01877,
01982
Lake Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Lakeland Cablevision
01376, 01481,
01877, 01982,
01998
Lakeland Telecom
01481, 01998,
03028
Lakeview Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Lamont Digital
01376, 01877,
Systems
01982
Lang
01376, 01877,
01982
Laurel Highland
01376, 01877,
01982, 02187
LB Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Lehigh Valley
01376, 01877,
Cooperative Telephone 01982
Lemonweir Valley
01481, 01998,
Telephone
03028
Lexcom Cable
01376, 01877,
Services
01982
93
Reference Information
Liberty Cablevision
01376
Liberty
01481, 02586
Communications
Limestone Cablevision 01376, 01877,
01982
Lincoln Cable
01376
Television
Lincolnville
01376
Lindsey
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
LISCO
01376, 01877,
01982
Litestream Holdings
01376, 01877,
01982
LNE Telco
01376, 01877,
01982
Localtel
01376, 01877,
01982
Lockesburg
01376, 01877
Cablevision
Lodgenet
01376, 01877,
Entertainment
01982
Lone Pine Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Longview
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Lonsdale Video
01481, 01998,
Ventures
03028
Loretel Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Loretel Systems
01376
Lost Island Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Lumos Networks
01998, 03028
Lycom
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
M-Tek Systems
01376, 01877,
01982
M.T.C. Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Maddock Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Madison
01376, 01982
Communications
94
Madison County Cable 01376, 01877,
01982
Magio Sat
02132
Magnet
01615
Mahaska
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Mainstreet
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Maitland Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Mallard Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Manawa Telecom
02586
Manning Municipal
01376, 01877,
Utilities
01982
Manti Telecom
01481, 01998,
03028
Marco Island Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Markdale Cable TV
01376
Marne & Elk Horn
01376, 01877,
Telephone
01982
Marquette-Adams
01376, 01877,
Telephone
01982
Martelle
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Cooperative
Mascon Cable
01376
Masset-Haida TV
01376, 01877,
Society
01982
Massillon Cable
01376
Matanuska Telephone 01481, 02586
Association
Matrix Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Mattawamkeag
01376, 01877,
Cablevision
01982
McDonough Telephone 01376, 01877,
Cooperative
01982
McKee TV Enterprises 01376, 01877,
01982
McNabb Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
MCV Broadband
01877
Media One
Mediacom
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01982
01376
01376
02401
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877
Mediapolis Telephone
Mediastream
Megacable
Meo
Merrimac
Communications
Metlakatla Indian
Community TV
MetroCast Cablevision 01376, 01982,
01877
MetroNet
01877, 0858
Metropolitan Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
MGS Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
MHTC
01481, 01998,
03028
Mi-Connection
01877
Microwave Satellite
01481, 01998,
Technologies
03028
Mid Century Telecom
01481, 01615
Mid Missouri
01376, 01877,
Broadband & Cable
01982
Mid Missouri
01376, 01877,
Telephone
01982
Mid-Coast Cablevision 01376, 01877,
01982
Mid-Hudson Cable
01376
Mid-Rivers
01376
Communications
Mid-South Cablevision 01376, 01877,
01982
Midamerican Cable
01376, 01877,
Systems
01982
Midcontinent
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Midstate
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Midtel Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Milcom Cable
Milford Cable TV
Milk River Cable Club
Millennium Telecom
Millheim TV
Transmission
Millington CATV
Minburn
Communications
Minerva Valley Cable
MINET
MLGC Cable TV
MM&G Enterprises
MMDS Wireless East
Mobius
Communications
Monroe Cablevision
Monroe Utilities
Montana Opticom
Moosehead
Enterprises
Morris Broadband
Morristown Utility
Systems
Mosaic Telecom
Motorola
Moultrie
Telecommunications
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01481, 01998,
03028
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01481, 01998,
03028
01376, 01877,
01982
01877
01376, 01877,
01982
01481, 01998,
03028
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01877
01376, 02586
01376, 02437,
02378, 01998,
00858, 02952,
01562, 01982,
02401
01376, 01877,
01982
Reference Information
Mountain Shadows
Cable TV
Mountain
Telecommunications
Mountain Zone TV
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
Movistar
03288
Moxi
02187
Mt. Baker Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
MTC
01376, 01877,
01982
MTC Technologies
01376, 01982
MTS
01998
Multiband Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Municipality Cable
01376, 01877,
Operator
01982
Murphy Cable
01376, 01877
Murray Electric System 01376, 01877,
01982
Muscatine Power &
01376
Water
N.W. Communications 01376, 01877,
01982
National Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Naujat Cooperative
01376, 01877,
01982
NDTC
01481, 01998,
03028
Nebraska Central
01376, 01877,
Telecom
01982
NEIT
01376, 01877,
01982
Nelson County
01376, 01877,
Cablevision
01982
Nelsonville TV Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Nemont
01376, 01877
Communications
NET
01883
New Century
01376, 01877,
Communication
01982
New Day Broadband
01376, 01877,
01982
New England Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
New Jersey
01376, 01877,
Broadband
01982
New Knoxville Cable
01376, 01877,
Systems
01982
New North Networks
01376, 01877,
01982
New Paris Quality
01376, 01877,
Cablevision
01982
New Visions
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
New Windsor Cable TV 01376, 01877,
01982
Newcastle Cablevision 01376, 01877,
01982
Newpath
01877, 01982
Communications
NewWave
01376, 02187
Communications
NexHorizon
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Nexicom
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Nextgen
01376, 01877
Communications
Niagara Community
01376, 01877,
TV Cooperative
01982
Nimpkish Valley
01376, 01877,
Communcations
01982
Nittany Media
01376
Nor-Cal Cable
01376, 01877,
Systems
01982
Nortex
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
North American
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
North Central
02345
Telephone
North Crossroads
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
North Dakota
02586
Telephone
North Star Cablevision 01376, 01877,
01982
North State
00858
Communications
North Texas
01376, 01877,
Broadband
01982
North Yellowstone
01376, 01877,
Cable TV
01982
Northern Cable
01376, 01877,
Holdings
01982
Northern Lakes Cable 01376, 01877,
TV
01982
Northland
01376
Communications
Northside TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Northstar Broadband
01376, 01982
Northwest
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Northwest Community 01877
Northwest Iowa
01877
Telephone
Northwest Telephone
01376, 01877,
Cooperative
01982
NorthwesTel
01376
Norvado
02586
Norwood Light
01376
Broadband
Nova Cable
01376, 01877,
Management
01982
Nova Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Novus
01376, 01877
NPG Cable
01376
Nsight
02345, 02586
NTC Cable Services
01376, 01877,
01982
nTelos
01998
NTL
01060
NTS Communications 01376, 01877,
01982
NU Telecom
01998, 03028
NuLink
01877, 01376,
01982
Numericable
02436
Nushagak Cooperative 01376, 01877,
01982
„
Cable Set Top Box (O to S)
Oak Cable Systems
Of Iowa
Oak Hill Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
Oasis Communications 01376, 01877,
01982
Oi TV
03452, 03454
Omni III Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Oneida Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
OneLink
01376, 01877,
01982
OneSource
01376
Communications
Ono
01562
Open IPTV
01615
Opp Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Optimum
01877
Optimus Clix
02437
Optus
01060
Orange
02407
Orbitel
01376
Communications
Oregon Cable Group
01376, 01877,
01982
Orion Cablesystems
01376, 01877,
01982
OTEC
02586
Communications
Our Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Overton County Cable 01376, 01877,
01982
95
Reference Information
Oxford Networks
01376, 01877,
01982
Pace
01877, 01060,
02620, 01982,
01582, 01376,
01883, 02401,
03454
Packerland Broadband 01376
Paleajook Cooperative 01376, 01877,
01982
Palmer Mutual
01376, 01877,
Telephone
01982
Palmetto Rural
00858
Telephone Cooperative
Panasonic
01982
Pangnirtung
01376, 01877,
Cooperative
01982
Panhandle Telephone 01376
Panora
01481
Telecommunications
Paragould Light &
01376, 01877,
Water
01982
Parish
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Park Region Mutual
01481, 01998,
Telephone
02345, 03028
Park TV & Electronics 01376, 01877,
01982
Partner
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Pathway Com-Tel
01376, 01877,
01982
Patterson Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Paul Bunyan
02586
Communications
PBT Cable Services
01376, 01877,
01982
PC One Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
PDQ Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
PEC Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
96
Pegasus
Communications
Peoples CATV
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
Persona
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Philippi
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Philips
01582, 02294
Phoenix
01376
Phoenix Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Phonoscope
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Pickwick Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Piedmont Cable
01376, 01877,
Services
01982
Pine Bluff Cable
01376
Pine Island Telephone 01481, 01998,
03028
Pine River Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Pine Tree Cablevision 01376, 01877,
01982
Pineland Telephone
01481, 01615,
Cooperative
01898, 02586
Pinpoint
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Pioneer
01877
Pioneer Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Pioneer
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Pioneer Long Distance 01898, 01615
Pitcairn Community
01376, 01877,
Cable TV
01982
Plantation Cable
01376, 01877,
System
01982
Pleasant Vision
01376, 01877,
01982
Polar Communications 02586
Polaris Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Ponderosa Cablevision 01376, 01877,
01982
Poplar Bluff Municipal 01481, 01998,
Utilities
03028
Portal Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Portugal Telecom
02401
Post Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Premier
01376
Communications
Premiere
02620
Price County
01481, 01998,
Telephone
03028
Prime Cable
01376, 01877,
Corporation
01982
Prime Time Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Princetown Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Private Cable Systems 01376, 01877,
01982
Private Network Cable 01376, 01877,
Systems
01982
Project Mutual
01481, 01998,
Telephone
03028
Project Services
01376, 01877,
01982
PSC
01481, 01998,
03028
PTCI
01376
PVT Networks
01376, 01877,
01982
Quality Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Quality One
01481, 01998,
Technologies
03028
Quinter Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Qwerty.TV
01898
R & R Cable
01376
Raftview
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Rainbow Cable
Rainbow
Communications
Rainbow Lake Cable
TV
Rainier Connect
Ramapo Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
Rancho Murieta
Association
Randolph Telephone
02586
Rapid Communications 01376, 01877,
01982
RC Communications
01376, 01877,
01982
RCN
01376
Reach Broadband
01376, 01877,
01982
Readlyn Telephone
02586
Rebeltec
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Red River Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Reds Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Regional Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Reinbeck
01376, 01877,
Telecommunications
01982
Reservation Telephone 01376, 01998,
02345
Reserve Long
01376, 01877,
Distance
01982
Resnet
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Resort Cable
01376
Reveille Broadband
01376, 01877,
01982
Reynolds Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
RGA Cablle
01376, 01877,
01982
Reference Information
Ridgewood
Cablevision
Ringgold Telephone
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
Rio Virgin Telephone
01376, 01877,
01982
Riondel Community
01376, 01877,
Cable Society
01982
Ripley Video Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Ritter Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
River Road Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
River Valley Cable TV 01376, 01877,
01982
River Valley
01481, 01998,
Telecommunications
03028
Riverside Cablevision 01376, 01877,
01982
Riviera Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Robins Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Rock Port Cablevision 01376, 01877,
01982
Rocky Mountain Cable 01376, 01877,
Systems
01982
Rogers
01877, 01376
Roome
01376, 01877,
Telecommunications
01982
Royal Telephone
01376, 01877,
01982
RTC
01376, 01877,
01982
RTEC
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Runestone Telcom
01376, 01877,
01982
Rural Route Video
01376, 01877,
01982
Rural Telephone
01376
Company
RuralWest
Russellville Electric
Plant Board
S & K TV Systems
01376, 01877,
01982
02586
01376, 01877,
01982
S & T Communications 01376, 01877,
01982
S-GO Video
01877, 01982
S.Bryer Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Sagem
02407, 02436,
03288
Sagemcom
02407, 02436,
03007
Sallisaw Municipal
01376, 01877,
Authority
01982
Samsung
02407, 02015,
01877, 03477,
01060, 01987,
02589, 03265
San Bruno Municipal
01376, 01877,
Cable TV
01982
San Carlos
01376, 01877,
Cablevision
01982
San Juan Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
San Simeon
01376, 01877,
Community Cable
01982
Santel Comm
01376, 01877,
Cooperative
01982
Sasktel
01998
Satellite Cable
01376, 01877,
Services
01982
Satview Broadband
01376, 01877,
01982
Saugeen Telecable
01376, 01877,
01982
Savage
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Sayward Valley
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Schindler Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
SCI Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
 •
01877, 01982,
00858, 01987,
02401, 02436,
02345, 03028
Scio Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Scott Telecom And
01376, 01877,
Electronics
01982
Scottsboro Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Sea Island
01877
Seaside Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Seaview
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
SecureVision
01376, 01877,
01982
Semo Communications 01376, 01877,
01982
Senior TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Service Electric
01376, 01877,
01982
Service One Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Shannon Vision
01376, 01877,
01982
Shaw
01376, 01877,
02187
Shawano Municipal
01376, 01877,
Utilities
01982
Shellsburg Cablevision 01376, 01877,
01982
Shen-Heights TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Shenandoah Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Shenandoah
01376, 01877,
Telecommunications
01982
Shentel
01376, 01877,
01982
Sherburne Cable
Sherman Cablevision
Shrewsbury Electric &
Cable
Silver Star
Communications
Simpson Country
Cable TV
SingTel
Siskiyou Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877
01481, 01998,
03028
01376, 01877,
01982
01998
01376, 01877,
01982
Sister Lakes Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Sjoberg's Cable TV
01376
Skisat
01376, 01877,
01982
SKT
01376, 01877,
01982
SKY
02620
Sky Angel
01376, 01877,
01982
Sky Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
SKY Deutschland
02620
Skyline Cable
02586
SkyPix
01481, 01998,
03028
Sleepy Eye Telephone 02345
Small Town Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Smile Content
02437
Smithville
02586
Sogetel
01998
 &
š
01376, 01877,
01982
Source Cable
01376
South Benton
01376, 01877,
Cablevision
01982
South Central
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
South Holt Cablevision 01376, 01877,
01982
97
Reference Information
South Slope
Communications
Southeast Cable TV
Southern Cayuga
County Cable
Southern Coastal
Cable
Southern Kansas
Telephone
Southern Plains Cable
Southern Vermont
Cable
Southey Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01982
01376, 01877,
01982
Southside TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Southwest MN
01376, 01877,
Broadband
01982
Southwestern Bell
01376, 01877,
Video Services
01982
Spanish Fork
01376, 01877,
01982
Spencer Municipal
01376, 01877,
Utilities
01982
Spillway Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Spirit Broadband
01376, 01877,
01982
Spring Creek Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Springcom
01376, 01877,
01982
% & 01376, 01877,
01982
Springville Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
St. George Island
01376, 01877,
Cable
01982
St. John Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Stanley Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
98
Stanton Telecom
01376, 01877,
01982
Star Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Starkville Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Starlight
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Starview Cable of
01376, 01877,
Delaware
01982
Starvision
01376, 01877,
01982
Starwest
01376, 01877,
01982
Stellar
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Stellar Private Cable
01376, 01877,
Systems
01982
Stofa
02015
Stowe Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Strategic Technologies 01376, 01877,
01982
Stubbs
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Suddenlink
01877, 01376
Summit Broadband
01376, 01877,
01982
Summit
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Sumner Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Sun Country Cable
01376
Sunrise
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Supercanal
01376
Superior Cable & Data 01376, 01877,
01982
Supervision Cable TV 01376, 01877,
01982
SureWest
01481, 01998,
02586
Surry Telephone
02586
SWAT Cooperative
Sweetwater Cable TV
Swisher Telephone
01481, 01998,
03028
01376, 01877,
01982
02345
„
Cable Set Top Box (T to Z)
T-Home
TA Communications
Taloga Cable
TAT Cablevision
Tbaytel
TCSI Huntsville
TCT
TDS
TDS Telecom
Technicolor
Tekstar Cablevision
Tel-Star Cablevision
Tele-Media
Tele-Services
Tele2
Telecentro
Telecom Cable
Teledistribution Amos
Telefonica
Telenet
Telepak Networks
TelePartners
02132
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
03028
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
03028
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
00660
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
03288, 03028
01920, 03477
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
Telerent Leasing
Corporation
Telestar Systems
Telewest
Telmex
Telsat Systems
Telus
Templeton Telephone
TeNeT
Tesco Cable TV
Texas Mid-Gulf
Cablevision
Thames Valley
Communications
The Community
Agency
The Town of Mountain
Village Cable
Thomson
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01987
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
03028
01376, 01877,
01982
01898
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01582, 01982,
03007, 02407
Three River Digital
01376, 01877,
Cable
01982
Throckmorton
01376, 01877,
Cablevision
01982
TiftNet
01376, 01877,
01982
Time Warner
01877, 01376,
02187
Tip-Top
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
TiVo
03265
Tobacco Valley
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Tongue River Cable TV 01376, 01877,
01982
Total Cable Service
01376
Touchet Valley
01376, 01877,
Television
01982
TP
02407
Reference Information
Trans-Video
Trappers Loop
Communications
Trenton Cable
Tri-County Cable TV
TrioTel
Communications
Troy Cablevision
Trust Cable TV
TruVista
Tudjaat Cooperative
Tulalip Broadband
Tullahoma Utilities
Tulugak Cooperative
Turquoise Turtle TV
TV Cable
TV Cable Company of
Andalusia
TV Cable of Winamac
TV Northeast
TV Service
TVB
TVC
TVision
TVMAX
TVS Cable
Twin Valley
Communications
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
02586
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01481, 01998,
03028
01376, 01877,
01982
01615
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
02586
Two Creeks Cable
Ucluelet Video
Uintah Basin
Electronic Telecom
UMBC
Union Telephone
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
Unitah-Strata
Networks
United
01376
Communications
Association
United States Gypsum 01376, 01877,
01982
United Telephone
01376, 02586
Unitymedia
03477
Universal Cablevision 01376, 01877,
01982
Universal Satellite
01376, 01877,
Cable
01982
UPC
01582, 03477,
00660, 01060
UPC Cablecom
01582, 03477
Upper Peninsula
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
US Online
01376, 01877,
01982
US Sonet
01376, 01877,
01982
USA Cablesystems
01376, 01877,
01982
USA Companies
01376, 01877,
01982
Utica Cablevision
01376, 01877,
01982
Utilities Board City of
01376
Foley
Utility Systems
01376, 01877,
Development
01982
Uwharrie
02586
Communications
Valley Cable & Satellite 01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Valley Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
Valparaiso
01376
Communications
Venture
01481, 01998,
Communications
03028
Cooperative
Venus Telephone
01376, 01898
Cooperative
Veracity
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Verizon
02378
Vernon Telephone
02586
Cooperative
Vicksburg Video
01376
Videotron
01877
Vidia Communications 01376, 01877,
01982
Vidion Cable
01376, 01877,
01982
Viken Fibernett
02437
Viola Communications 01376, 01877,
01982
Virgin Media
01987, 01060,
03265
Vision
01376
Communications
VisionComm
01376, 01877,
01982
Vital Communications 01376, 01877,
01982
Vivo
03288
Vodafone
02401
Vogtmann Engineering 01376, 01877,
01982
Volcano Vision
01376
W.D.B.
01376, 01877,
Communications
01982
Wabash Independent
01376, 01877,
Networks
01982
Wadsworth Cable TV
01376
$ &
01376
Walnut
Communications
Walnut Grove Cable
TV
Ward Communications
Warwick Valley
Telephone
Washington County
Rural Telephone
Cooperative
Watch TV
Waterville Cable TV
Watson Cable
Wave Broadband
Wavevision
WCTA
01376, 01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01481, 01998,
03028
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877
01376, 01877,
01982
03028
WEHCO Video
Weiss Lake Cable
West Alabama TV
Cable
West Carolina
Telephone
West Central
01376, 01877,
Telephone
01982
West Lake Cablevision 01376, 01877,
01982
West River Cable
01376, 01877,
Television
01982
WesTel Systems
01376, 01877,
01982
Western Broadband
01376, 01877,
01982
Western Cable Service 01376, 01877,
01982
Western Iowa
01877
Telephone
Western Telephone
01376, 01877,
Company
01982
99
Reference Information
Western Wisconsin
Communications
Westman
Communications
Westphalia Broadband
Wetherell Satellite
Cable TV
WFL Cable Television
White County Video
WideOpenWest
Wikstrom Systems
Wilco Electronic
Systems
Wilkes
Telecommunications
Willamette Broadband
Windbreak Cable TV
Windjammer Cable
Windom
Communications
Windstream
Winslow
Communications
Wire Tele-View
01376, 02586
WTCI Cable
01376, 02187
Wyandotte Municipal
Yadkin Valley Telecom
Ycom Networks
02586
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
02187
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01481, 01998,
03028
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877
01877
01376, 01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
Wireless One
01376, 01877,
01982
Wittenberg Telephone 01376, 01877,
01982
Wood County
01376, 01877,
Telephone
01982
$ € 01376, 01877,
Cable
01982
Worth Cable TV
01376, 01877,
01982
WT Services
01376, 01877,
01982
WTC Communications 01376, 01877,
01982
100
Yelcot Video Group
Yelo
Ygnition
Zampelli Electronics
Ziggo
Zito Media
Zoom Media
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01982
02345
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
01376
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982
02589, 02015,
00660, 02401
01376, 01982
01376, 01877,
01982
„
Satellite Set top Box
@sat
Acoustic Solutions
ADB
AEG
Agora
Airis
Airtel
Akira
Alba
Altech UEC
Amstrad
AMTC
Arledge Electronics
Arnion
ASDA
AssCom
Astro
Aurora
Austar
Auvisio
01300
01284
00887
02738, 02813
01284
02813
02248
02738
01284, 02034
02059
00847, 01662,
01175, 01693,
02467
02738, 02813
00775
01300
01284
00853
01100, 02026
00879
00879
02738, 02813
Avanit
Axil
Ballard Rural
Telephone Cooperative
Bell
Bell Satellite TV
Biostek
Black Diamond
Boca
Boshmann
Boxer
BskyB
Bulltech
Bush
Cablecom
Caiway
Canal Digitaal
Canal Digital
Canal+
CanalSat
Century
CGV
Chess
Cignal
City of Cawker City
Cable
CityCom
Claro
Clatronic
Com Hem
Comag
Coship
Country Vision Cable
Croner
Crown
Cyfra+
Cyfrowy Polsat
D-box
01631
02738
00775
00775
00775
02738
01284
02026, 02813
01631
02443, 01692
01175, 00847,
01662
02738
02376, 01284,
02034, 02813
01195, 01197
02443, 00253
00853, 02957
00853
00853, 02657,
01195, 01197
00853, 02657
00856
02034
02026
02835
00775
01176
03787, 03790
02738
01176, 01915
02026, 02813
03787, 03790
00775, 00869
02813
01284
00853, 01409
00253, 0853,
01409
01114
DASAN
Delta
Denver
Deutsche Telekabel
Dgtec
Dicra
Digi
Digiality
Digihome
DigiLogic
DigiQuest
DigitAlb
DigitalBox
Digiwave
DirecTV
Dish Network
Dishpro
DishTV
DMT
DMTech
DRE
Dream Multimedia
DSE
DSTV
DTK Deutsche
Telekabel
Dual
Durabrand
Dyon
Echostar
Edision
Elta
Energy Sistem
Etisalat
Evesham Technology
Finlux
FinnSat
Fortec Star
03321
02443
02738
01195, 01197
01631
02738
02026
02813
01284, 02034
01284, 02034
01300, 02738,
01631
01195, 01197
01631, 01100
01631
01377, 00099
00775
00775
01300
03321
02738
01176
01237, 01652,
01923
02813
00879
01195, 01197
02034
01284, 02034
02738, 02813
00775, 00853,
01409
01631
02738
01631, 02813
02443
02034
02034
01195, 01197
01631
Reference Information
Foxtel
Freesat
Freesat+
Frontier
Communications
Fuji Onkyo
Galaxis
General Instrument
General Satellite
Globo
GoGen
GOI
Gold Box
Gold Vision
Goodmans
Gradiente
Grocos
Grundig
Hanseatic
HD+
HDT
Hirschmann
Hitachi
Hornet
HTS
Huawei
Hughes Network
Systems
Humax
ibox
ID Digital
Illusion
Imagin
01356, 00879,
01176
01692, 02376
02443
00775
01631
00853, 00879
00869
01176
02026, 02957
02738
00775
00853
01631
01284, 02376,
02034
00887, 00856,
00099
01409
00847, 02376,
02034, 01284,
00853, 00879
01100
02443
03321
02026
02034, 01284
01300
00775
03787
01377
01176, 02443,
01808, 01915,
02408, 01377,
03321, 01989,
02616
01652
01176
01631
01195, 01197
Imperial
Indovision
iNETBOX
Innova
IQ
ISkyB
JVC
Kabel Deutschland
KabelBW
KabelNoord
Kaon
Kenwood
Koenig
KT
Lava
LG
Linsar
Lodos
Logik
LogiSat
Luxor
Macab
Majestic
Manhattan
Maplin
Marusys
Mascom
Matsui
Maximum
Mediabox
MediaSat
Mediascape
Medion
Mega TV
MegaSat
Metronic
Micro
Micro electronic
01195, 01197
01989, 00856,
00887
01652, 01237
00099
02813
00887
00775, 01284
01195, 01197
01195, 01197,
01915
00253, 02443
01300
00853
01631
03321
01631
03321
01284
01284
01284, 02034
02026, 02813
02034
00853
02738
01300
02034
03543
02738
01284
02813
00853
00853
02835
02026
03321
02034, 02813,
01631, 02738
02738, 01631
02813
02813
Milestone
Communications
Mitsai
Morgan's
Motorola
Movistar
Multichoice
Murphy
Mysat
NET
Netsat
Next Level
Nokia
NPG
NTV Plus
Olleh TV
Olleh-Skylife
Onn
Opticum
Optus
Orbitech
Orton
Pace
Palcom
Palsonic
Panasat
Panasonic
00775
02738
02026
00869, 00856,
03469
01409
00879, 02059,
02060
02034
02738
01409
00099, 00887
00869
00853
01631
01692, 02443
03321
03321
02034, 01284
02957
00879, 01356
01100, 01195,
01197
02957
00847, 01356,
00887, 01175,
01693, 00853,
01662, 02467,
02657, 03469,
01377, 02059,
02060, 02211,
03787, 03790,
02620
01284
01409
02813
00879
00847
Philips
Pioneer
PLDT
Premiere
Primacom
Pro Basic
Proline
Qook TV
Qook-SkyLife
Qwest
RadioShack
Raduga TV
RiksTV
Roadstar
SAB
Sagem
Sagemcom
Samsung
Sat Control
SAT+
Satellite Operations
Satplus
SatyCon
Schaub Lorenz
Schwaiger
Schwaiger CS
Scott
SEG
Shark
Sharp
Shaw Direct
Sherwood
00099, 00853,
01114, 02619,
00856, 00887,
02211, 03469
00853
02835
01114, 01195,
01197
01176, 01195,
01197
00853
01284
03321
03321
01377
00869
02957
01692
00853
01300, 01631
01692, 01114
01692
03063, 00253,
01377, 01989,
02467, 00853,
03321, 01662,
01693, 03834
01300
01409
00775
01100
01631
02034
01631, 02813,
02957
01631
02738
01284, 02034
01631
02034
00869
01409
101
Reference Information
Shinelco
Sigmatek
SilverCrest
SKY
Sky Brasil
SKY Deutschland
SKY Italia
SKY Mexico
SKY New Zealand
SKY PerfecTV!
SkyCable
SkyLife
Skylink
Skymaster
Skyplus
SkySat
Skyworth
SL
SM Electronic
Smart
Sony
Star
Star Choice
Stream System
Strong
Sunny
Sunstech
Supernova
T-Mobile
102
02738
02738, 02813
02026
00856, 00847,
01662, 00887,
01175, 02619,
01693, 00099,
01114, 01377,
01915, 02467,
03469
00856, 00887,
01377, 02619
02443, 01114,
01915, 02620
01693, 02467,
00853, 01356
00856, 02619,
00887, 01377,
03469
02211
02616
01631
03321
02443, 02957
01409
02026, 01175
01100
01631, 02835
02026
01409
01631
00847, 00853
00887
00869
01300
01409, 00879,
02813, 01300,
00853, 01284
01300
02738
00887
02443
TATA Sky
TDS Telecom
Teac
Technicolor
Technika
TechniSat
Techwood
tekComm
TELE System
Tele2
Telefonica
Telestar
Televes
Teleview
Communications
Televisa
Telsey
Telstra
Telus
Tevion
Thomson
TNT SAT
Toshiba
TrekStor
Triangle
Communication
System
Triax
Tricolor TV
True Visions
TV Vlaanderen
TVA Digital
TVB
UEC
03575
00775
02813
03469
01284, 02034
01195, 01197,
01100, 02813
01284, 02034
02738
01409, 02738,
02813
01195, 01197
01692, 01409
01100, 01197,
01195
01300
00775
00887
02738
01356
00775
01409, 02026,
02813
00847, 01175,
00853, 01662,
02619, 03469
01692, 01195,
01197
01284
02738
00775
00853, 01631
01176
02408
00853
01692, 01409
01989
00879, 01356
United Satellite
America
United States Wireless
Unitymedia
Unixbox
USA Wireless Satellite
TV
Vectra
Vestel
Via Embratel
Viasat
VisionNet
Viva
Vivo
Voom
VTC
Vu+
Walker
Wharfedale
Windstream
Wisi
World Satellite Cable
Systems
Woxter
Xoro
Xtreme
Yes
Zehnder
Zenith
Ziggo
Zircon
00775
00775
01915
01652
00775
01195, 01197
01284, 02034
03787
01197, 0253,
01195
01631
00856
01409
00869
03834
03543
02034, 01284
02034
00775
02957
00775
02813, 02738
02813
01300
00887, 01631
02034, 03469
00856, 00253
02443
02957
„
Video - Accessory
A.C.Ryan
ABS
Acer
Alienware
Apple
Boxee
Claritas
02709, 03350
01272
01272
01272
02615
03693
01272
CyberPower
D-Link
Daily Media
Dell
Digitech
Elonex
Eminent
Emtec
Fantec
Fujitsu Siemens
Gateway
Hewlett Packard
hFX
Howard Computers
Hush
iBUYPOWER
iconBIT
ISTAR
Linksys
Mede8er
Media Center PC
Microsoft
Mind
NiveusMedia
Northgate
Packard Bell
Philips
PopBox
Popcorn Hour
Ricavision
Roku
Sony
Stack 9
Systemax
Tagar Systems
Toshiba
Touch
Trust
VIA Technologies
Viewsonic
Voodoo
01272
03693
01272
01272
02260
01272
02260
02709
02709
01272
01272
01272
01272
01272
01272
01272
02709, 03350
02260
01272
02709
01272
01272, 01805
01272
01272
01272
01272
01272
02260
02260
01272
03061
02713, 01272
01272
01272
01272
01272
01272
01272
01272
01272
01272
Reference Information
Western Digital
Woxter
Xbox
ZT Group
02558
02709
01805, 01272
01272
„
CD
Advantage
AH!
Aiwa
Arcam
Atoll Electronique
Audio Research
Audiolab
Audiomeca
Audioton
AVI
Balanced Audio
Technology
Cairn
California Audio Labs
Cambridge
Cambridge Audio
Carver
CCE
Cyrus
Denon
DKK
DMX Electronics
Dynaco
Genexxa
Goldmund
Grundig
Harman/Kardon
Hitachi
Integra
JVC
Kenwood
Krell
Linn
Loewe
Magnavox
70032
70157
70157
70157
70157
70157
70157
70157
70157
70157
70157
70157
70029, 70303
70157
70157
70157
70157
70157
70766
70000
70157
70157
70032, 70000
70157
70157
70157
70032
71817
70072
70157, 70036
70157
70157
70157
70157
Marantz
Matsui
MCS
Memorex
Meridian
Micromega
Miro
Mission
Myryad
NAD
Naim
NSM
Onkyo
Optimus
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Polk Audio
Primare
Proton
QED
Quad
Quasar
Radiola
RCA
Restek
Revox
Rotel
SAE
Sansui
SAST
Siemens
Silsonic
Simaudio
Sonic Frontiers
Sony
Sylvania
TAG McLaren
Tandy
Tascam
70157, 70029
70157
70029
70032
70157
70157
70000
70157
70157
70721, 70000
70157
70157
71817
70032, 70000
70303, 70029
70157
70032
70157
70157
70157
70157
70157
70029
70157
70032
70157
70157
70157
70157
70157
70157
70157
70036
70157
70157
70000, 70490
70157
70157
70032
73095, 73511,
73533
Teac
Technics
Thorens
Thule Audio
Universum
Victor
Wards
Yamaha
Zonda
73531, 73532,
73551
70303, 70029
70157
70157
70157
70072
70032, 70000,
70157
70036, 70032,
70490
70157
Victor
Wards
Yamaha
40244
40027, 40029
40097
„
Audio - Accessory
Apple
Jamo
Onkyo
Polk Audio
81115
82228
81993, 82351,
82990
82228
„
Receiver
„
Cassette Deck
Aiwa
Arcam
Audiolab
Carver
Denon
Grundig
Harman/Kardon
Inkel
JVC
Kenwood
Magnavox
Marantz
Myryad
Onkyo
Optimus
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Polk Audio
Radiola
RCA
Revox
Sansui
Sony
Tascam
Technics
Thorens
40029
40076
40029, 40229
40029
40076
40029
40029
40070
40244
40070
40029
40029
40029
42157
40027
40229
40029, 40229
40027
40029
40029
40027
40029
40029
40243, 40170
73095
40229
40029
Integra
Onkyo
52503
52503
„
Cable PVR Combination
Access
Communications
Adams Cable TV
ADB
Armstrong
Arris
Atlantic Broadband
ATMC
Bend Broadband
Blue Ridge
Communications
Bright House
Buckeye Cable System
Cable Axion Digitel
Cable One
Cablecom
Cablevision
Cablevision du Nord
CCAP
Charter
Cincinnati Bell
01376, 01877
01376
01920
01376, 01877
02187
01877
01376
02187
01877
01877, 01376
01376, 01877,
02187
01376
01376, 01877
01582
01877, 01376
01376
01877
01376, 01877,
02187
01877, 01376
103
Reference Information
Cisco
Citycable
Cogeco
Comcast
Cox
Darty Box
Digeo
Freebox
Grande
Communications
Humax
ImOn Communications
Insight
Inter Mountain Cable
Kabel Deutschland
Knology
Mediacom
MetroCast Cablevision
Midcontinent
Communications
Motorola
Moxi
NET
NorthwesTel
Novus
Numericable
Pace
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
RCN
Rogers
Sagem
Samsung
104
01877, 02589,
01982, 01582,
01883, 02401,
03265
03477
01376, 01877,
01982
01376, 01877,
01982, 02187
01877, 01376
02436
02187
01976
01877, 01376
02620, 02165
01877
01376, 01877
01877
02165
01877
01376, 01877
01877
01376, 01877
01376
02187
01883
01376
01376, 01877
02436
01877, 02620,
01582, 01883
01982
01582
01877
01376
01877, 01376
02436
03477, 01877,
01987, 02589,
03265
 •
Service Electric
Shaw
SKY
SKY Deutschland
Source Cable
Suddenlink
Telenet
Telewest
Thomson
Time Warner
TiVo
Unitymedia
UPC
UPC Cablecom
Videotron
Virgin Media
Wave Broadband
Western Iowa
Telephone
Westman
Communications
WideOpenWest
Ziggo
01877, 01982,
01987, 02436,
02401
01376, 01877
01376, 01877,
02187
02620
02620
01376
01877, 01376
01920, 03477
01987
01582
01877, 01376,
02187
03265
03477
01582, 03477
01582, 03477
01877
01987, 03265
01376
01877
01376, 02187
01877, 01376,
02187
02589
„
IPTV
ADB
Alcom
Altibox
Amino
Arkwest
Arvig Communication
Systems
AT&T
02586, 01481,
01998, 03028
02437
02437
01615, 01481,
01898, 01998,
03028
01481, 01998
01998, 02345
00858
ATMC
Ballard Rural
Telephone Cooperative
Bayland
Communications
Bell
Bell Aliant
Bell Fibe TV
Bledsoe Telephone
Cooperative
Bloomingdale
Communications
Blue Valley
Telecommunications
Bouygues Telecom
Brandenburg Telecom
BT
BTC Broadband
Burlington Telecom
Cabovis
CalTel Connections
Canby Telcom
Cannon Valley
Cablevision
CenturyLink
Cisco
ClubInternet
CoopTel
CRST Telephone
Authority
Dakota Central
Telecommunications
Dalton Cable
Television
Delta Cable
Diverse
Communications
Du
Eagle Broadband
Eagle Valley Telephone
01998, 03028
02586
02586
01998
01998
01998
01481, 01998
01481, 01998,
03028
01898
03007
01481, 01998
02294
02586
01481, 01615
02436
02586
01481
01481, 01998
01998
00858, 03028,
02345, 02378
02132
00858, 01615,
01898
01481, 01998
02345
01877, 01982
01376
01898
02401
01481, 01998
01481, 01998
EasyTEL
Echostar
Etex
Farmer's Telephone
Cooperative
Golden Belt Telephone
Gorham
Communications
Griswold Cooperative
Telephone
GTI
Harrisonville
Telephone
Hathw@y
Horizon Cable TV
Hotwire
HTC Communications
Innovative Systems
Inotel
Integra Telecom
Interstate Cablevision
JP PTT
Kiss
KM Telecom
KoolConnect
KPN
Lakeland Cablevision
Lemonweir Valley
Telephone
Liberty
Communications
Lonsdale Video
Ventures
Lumos Networks
Manawa Telecom
Manti Telecom
Matanuska Telephone
Association
Meo
MHTC
01481, 01998,
03028
03452
02586
01998, 03028
02586
01481
01481, 01998
01481, 01998,
03028
02586
02043
02586
02586
01481, 01998
01898
02437
02345
01481, 01998
01615
02132
01481
01481
02952, 02437
01481, 01998
01481, 01998
02586
01481, 01998
01998, 03028
02586
01481, 01998
01481, 02586
02401
01481, 01998
Reference Information
Microwave Satellite
Technologies
Millennium Telecom
Minburn
Communications
MM&G Enterprises
Motorola
Movistar
MTS
NDTC
North Central
Telephone
North Dakota
Telephone
North State
Communications
Norvado
Nsight
NU Telecom
Oi TV
Open IPTV
Optimus Clix
Orange
OTEC
Communications
Pace
Panora
Telecommunications
Paul Bunyan
Communications
Pine Island Telephone
Polar Communications
Poplar Bluff Municipal
Utilities
Portugal Telecom
Price County
Telephone
Project Mutual
Telephone
01481, 01998
01481, 01998
01481, 01998,
03028
01481, 01998
02378, 01998,
02437, 0858,
02952, 01376
03288
01998
01481, 01998,
03028
02345
02586
00858
02586
02345, 02586
01998, 03028
03452, 03454
01615
02437
02407
02586
02401, 03454
01481
02586
01481, 01998
02586
01481, 01998
02401
01481, 01998
01481, 01998
PSC
Quality One
Technologies
Qwerty.TV
Randolph Telephone
Readlyn Telephone
Reservation Telephone
River Valley
Telecommunications
S-GO Video
Sagem
Sagemcom
Samsung
Sasktel
 •
Silver Star
Communications
SingTel
SKY Deutschland
Skyline Cable
SkyPix
Smile Content
Smithville
Sogetel
SureWest
Surry Telephone
SWAT Cooperative
T-Home
Telefonica
Telus
TeNeT
Thomson
TV Northeast
TVB
Twin Valley
Communications
United Telephone
01998
01481, 01998
01898
02586
02586
01998, 02345
01481, 01998
01877
02407, 03288
02407
02407
01998
00858, 02345,
03028
01481, 01998,
03028
01998
02620
02586
01481, 01998
02437
02586
01998
01481, 01998,
02586
02586
01481, 01998,
03028
02132
03288, 03028
03028
01898
03007, 02407
01481, 01998
01615
02586
02586
Venture
Communications
Cooperative
Verizon
Viken Fibernett
Vivo
Watch TV
West Carolina
Telephone
Western Wisconsin
Communications
Westphalia Broadband
Wilkes
Telecommunications
Yadkin Valley Telecom
01998
02378
02437
03288
01481, 01998
03028
02586
02586
01481, 01998
02345
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IPTV PVR Combination
ADB
Altibox
Amino
AT&T
ATMC
Beeline
Belgacom TV
Bell
Bell Aliant
Bell Fibe TV
Bouygues Telecom
BT
Cabovis
CenturyLink
Cisco
ClubInternet
Deutsche Telekom
Du
Echostar
Freebox
i-CAN
Innovative Systems
InviTV
Kiss
KPN
Lumos Networks
Magio Sat
Magnet
Meo
Motorola
02437
02437
01615, 01898
00858
03028
03028
02132
01998
01998
01998
03007
02294
02436
01998
00858, 03028,
02132, 02345,
02378
02132
02132
02401
03452
01976
02437
01898
MTS
Numericable
Oi TV
Orange
Pace
Philips
Portugal Telecom
Sagem
Sagemcom
Samsung
Sasktel
 •
SKY Deutschland
SureWest
T-Home
Telefonica
Telus
Thomson
Verizon
Vodafone
02437
02132
02952, 02437
01998
02132
01615
02401
02437, 02378,
00858, 01998,
02952, 02401
01998
02436
03452, 03454
02407
02401, 03454
02294
02401
02407, 03288
02436, 02407,
03007
02407
01998
00858, 02345,
02401, 03028
02620
01998
02132
03028, 03288
03028
03007
02378
02401
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PVR
DirecTV
Humax
Panasonic
Philips
RCN
ReplayTV
Sonic Blue
20739
20739
20616
20739
20739
20616
20616
105
Reference Information
Sony
TiVo
106
20636
20739, 20636
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