AV Control Receiver SA-XR58 Operating Instructions Dear customer

AV Control Receiver SA-XR58 Operating Instructions Dear customer

Operating Instructions

AV Control Receiver

Model No.

SA-XR58

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Dear customer

Thank you for purchasing this product.

Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product, please read the instructions completely.

Please keep this manual for future reference.

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Safety precautions

Placement

Set the unit up on an even surface away from direct sunlight, high temperatures, high humidity, and excessive vibration. These conditions can damage the cabinet and other components, thereby shortening the unit’s service life.

Do not place heavy items on the unit.

Voltage

Do not use high voltage power sources. This can overload the unit and cause a fire.

Do not use a DC power source. Check the source carefully when setting the unit up on a ship or other place where DC is used.

AC mains lead protection

Ensure the AC mains lead is connected correctly and not damaged.

Poor connection and lead damage can cause fire or electric shock. Do not pull, bend, or place heavy items on the lead.

Grasp the plug firmly when unplugging the lead. Pulling the AC mains lead can cause electric shock.

Do not handle the plug with wet hands. This can cause electric shock.

Foreign matter

Do not let metal objects fall inside the unit. This can cause electric shock or malfunction.

Do not let liquids get into the unit. This can cause electric shock or malfunction. If this occurs, immediately disconnect the unit from the power supply and contact your dealer.

Do not spray insecticides onto or into the unit. They contain flammable gases which can ignite if sprayed into the unit.

Service

Do not attempt to repair this unit by yourself. If sound is interrupted, indicators fail to light, smoke appears, or any other problem that is not covered in these operating instructions occurs, disconnect the AC mains lead and contact your dealer or an authorized service center.

Electric shock or damage to the unit can occur if the unit is repaired, disassembled or reconstructed by unqualified persons.

Extend operating life by disconnecting the unit from the power source if it is not to be used for a long time.

CAUTION!

DO NOT INSTALL OR PLACE THIS UNIT IN A BOOKCASE,

BUILT-IN CABINET OR IN ANOTHER CONFINED SPACE.

ENSURE THE UNIT IS WELL VENTILATED. TO PREVENT

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARD DUE TO

OVERHEATING, ENSURE THAT CURTAINS AND ANY OTHER

MATERIALS DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE VENTILATION VENTS.

DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE UNIT’S VENTILATION OPENINGS

WITH NEWSPAPERS, TABLECLOTHS, CURTAINS, AND

SIMILAR ITEMS.

DO NOT PLACE SOURCES OF NAKED FLAMES, SUCH AS

LIGHTED CANDLES, ON THE UNIT.

DISPOSE OF BATTERIES IN AN ENVIRONMENTALLY

FRIENDLY MANNER.

WARNING:

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR

PRODUCT DAMAGE, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO

RAIN, MOISTURE, DRIPPING OR SPLASHING AND THAT NO

OBJECTS FILLED WITH LIQUIDS, SUCH AS VASES, SHALL BE

PLACED ON THE APPARATUS.

THIS UNIT IS INTENDED FOR USE IN MODERATE CLIMATES.

This product may receive radio interference caused by mobile telephones during use. If such interference is apparent, please increase separation between the product and the mobile telephone.

The socket outlet shall be installed near the equipment and easily accessible or the mains plug or an appliance coupler shall remain readily operable.

CAUTION!

Do not place anything on top of this unit or block the heat radiation vents in any way. In particular, do not place DVD recorder or CD/

DVD players on this unit as heat radiated from it can damage your software.

HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia

Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI

Licensing LLC.

HDAVI Control TM is a trademark of Matsushita Electric

Industrial Co., Ltd.

Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.

“Dolby”, “Pro Logic” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

“DTS”, “DTS-ES”, “Neo:6” and “DTS 96/24” are trademarks of

Digital Theater Systems, Inc.

Refer to the back cover for

“Supplied accessories”.

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Table of contents

Before use

Safety precautions ...................................................... 2

The remote control .............................................................. 3

Control guide ............................................................... 4

Remote control/The main unit and display ....................... 4

Connections

Home Theater connections ........................................ 5

Connecting your television and DVD equipment ............. 5

High-quality audio and video simply with HDMI connection .. 5

Connections for high-resolution video (components without an HDMI) ............................................................................. 6

Connections for standard-resolution video (components without an HDMI) ................................................................ 7

Connection with 21-pin scart cable .................................... 7

6-channel discrete connection (for high-quality DVD-Audio sound) ................................................................................. 8

Analogue audio connections ............................................... 8

Playing audio from your television through speakers connected to this unit .......................................................... 9

Connecting a combination DVD recorder/VCR ................... 9

Connecting other equipment .................................... 10

Connecting a set top box (cable or satellite)/Connecting a

VCR/Connecting a CD player/Connecting a video camera or other portable device ................................................... 10

Connecting the antennas and AC mains lead ................ 11

Using headphones ............................................................ 11

Speaker connections ................................................ 12

Connecting speakers ........................................................ 12

Connections and placement to suit the number of speakers you have ........................................................................... 12

Connecting biwireable speakers/Connecting a second pair of front speakers ............................................................... 13

Before playback ......................................................... 14

Auto speaker setup ........................................................... 14

Process for auto speaker setup ........................................ 14

Troubleshooting for auto speaker setup ........................... 16

Automatic speaker detection ........................................... 17

Speaker output and level .................................................. 17

Basic operations

Enjoying Home Theater features ............................. 18

Basic play .......................................................................... 18

Digital signals this unit can play/Signal indicators ............. 19

Playback options ....................................................... 20

Using SPEAKERS B/ADVANCED DUAL AMP/BI-AMP/

Playing DVD-Audio ........................................................... 20

The remote control

Batteries

Press on the tab to open.

Use

Sensor

HDMI

INPUT SELECTOR

VOLUME

A B SURROUND

AUTO DETECTOR

AUX

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

TUNE

SETUP MIC

RETURN

ENTER

7 meters (actual distance depends on the angle)

Using HDAVI Control

TM

.............................................. 21

One-touch Home Theater ................................................. 21

Operations

Surround sound ......................................................... 22

Dolby Pro Logic

ΙΙx ............................................................ 22

Adjusting the Dolby Pro Logic

ΙΙx “MUSIC” mode ............ 22

NEO:6 ................................................................................. 23

Adjusting the NEO:6 “MUSIC” mode ............................... 23

SFC (Sound Field Control) ............................................... 24

Adjusting SFC (Sound Field Control) ................................ 25

Receiver settings ....................................................... 26

Basic operations ............................................................... 26

Speaker and size settings/Distance/LR BI-WIRE setting/

Low-pass filter/Auto Setup ................................................ 27

Digital input settings/Input signal/Bi-amp settings ............. 28

HDMI settings/Turning the ADVANCED DUAL AMP off/Clear audio at low volume/Attenuating analogue input/

Delaying audio/Resetting factory settings ......................... 29

Sound effects/Other functions ................................. 30

Basic operations ............................................................... 30

Sound effects-Adjusting the bass/Adjusting the treble/

Adjusting front speaker balance/Adjusting the subwoofer level ................................................................................... 31

Other functions-Selecting audio channels/Adjusting the dimness of the display/Sleep timer/Muting ....................... 31

The radio .................................................................... 32

Manual tuning .................................................................... 32

Preset tuning ..................................................................... 33

Presetting stations/Selecting channels ............................. 33

RDS broadcasts ......................................................... 34

Changing the display ........................................................ 34

Using the remote control with other equipment ..... 34

Television ........................................................................... 34

DVD recorder/DVD player ................................................. 35

VCR/CD player ................................................................... 36

Changing the remote control code/Enter a code to operate some equipment ............................................................... 37

Reference

Specifications (DIN 45 500) ....................................... 38

Help messages .......................................................... 38

Troubleshooting guide .............................................. 39

Supplied accessories ................................. Back cover

Maintenance ................................................ Back cover

Caution

Ensure there are no obstacles between the remote control and the main unit.

Strong light sources (direct sunlight or strong fluorescent light) can interfere with operation.

Keep the transmitter and sensor free from dust.

(R6/LR6, AA)

Insert this side first when closing.

Note

Insert so the poles (+ and –) match those in the remote control.

Do not use rechargeable type batteries.

Transmitter

When you set the unit in a cabinet

Thick or coloured glass can reduce the operating distance.

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Control guide

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Remote control

4

5

6

7

1

2

3

RECEIVER

AV

SYSTEM

TV

RECORDER

DVD

TUNER

BAND

CD VCR

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

CH

8

9

10

VOLUME

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

0

-/--

11

SKIP SLOW/SEARCH

STOP PAUSE PLAY

DRIVE SELECT DVD RECORDER MANUAL SKIP

T

O

P

M

E

N

U

AV

N

IG

AT

O

R

ONE

TOUCH PLAY

ENTER

FU

N

T

C

IO

12

SUB MENU RETURN

OFF

SUBWOOFER

DIMMER

LEVEL EFFECT

TV

VOL

NEO : 6 TV/AV

SFC

MUSIC MOVIE

AUTO

TEST MUTING

13

14

1

2

4

5

3

6

7

Power button

For selecting tuner/ For switching FM or AM (

page 32)

For selecting stations directly

TUNER (

page 32)

For selecting channels

TUNER (

page 33)

TV (

page 34)

DVD recorder (

page 35)

VCR (

page 36)

For selecting tracks and chapters

DVD recorder/DVD player (

page

35)

For selecting tracks

CD player (

page 36)

To dim the display (

page 31)

To adjust the subwoofer level

(

page 31)

For selecting sound modes

(

pages 22, 23, and 24)

For speaker adjustments (

page 17)

For changing sound quality and sound field (

pages 22, 23, and 25)

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

Switches on or off other equipment/ switches the source/ switches the remote control mode

(

pages 34 to 37)

For switching on the DVD-Audio

6-channel mode (

page 20)

To change channels

TUNER (

page 33)

TV (

page 34)

DVD recorder (

page 35)

VCR (

page 36)

Adjusts volume (

page 17)

For operating other equipment

(

pages 21 and 34 to 37)

To mute the volume (

page 31)

For auto speaker setup

(

pages 14 to 16)

For testing speaker output

(

page 17)

The main unit and display

15

AUTO

SPEAKER SETUP

ADVANCED

DUAL AMP BI-AMP

1

SURROUND

AUTO DETECTOR

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

AUX

TUNE

SETUP MIC

9

10

7

8

2

3

4

5

6

16

HDMI

MENU

SETUP

RETURN

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

VOLUME

17

11

14

18

13

2CH MIX

SPEAKERS

BI-WIRE

A B

TUNED MONO ST

RDS

PS PTY

M

SLEEP DIGITAL INPUT cm DTS 96/24DTS-ES kHz

MHz

PCM

DIGITAL EX EX

20 21 22 23

12

19

1

2

3

Standby/on switch [8]

Press to switch the unit from on to standby mode or vice versa.

In standby mode, the unit is still consuming a small amount of power.

7

8

Setup microphone jack

(

page 14)

For switching surround (The indicator lights when you are using this feature) (

page 18)

Standby indicator [^]

When the unit is connected to the

AC mains supply, this indicator lights up in standby mode and goes out when the unit is turned on.

9

For selecting front speakers

(

pages 11, 17, 18, and 20)

10

For connecting other equipment

(

pages 10)

Flashes during auto speaker setup.

Lights when the setup finishes

(

pages 14 to 16)

11

Lights when you are using the

HDMI connections (

page 5)

12

Headphone jack (

page 11)

4

Lights when you are using the

Advanced Dual Amp (

page 20)

13

Adjusts volume (

pages 11 and

18)

5 Lights when you are using the biamp (

page 20)

14

For switching input (

page 18)

Also used during menu and setup operation

6

For tuning the radio and selecting preset stations (

pages 32 to 33)

15

16

17

18

Lights when multi-channel sources are being down-mixed to 2 channels

Radio indicators

Sleep timer indicator

Units for speaker distance and

Bi-amp delay time

19

20

21

22

23

Lights when you have set the PCM

FIX mode

Shows the front speaker mode you have selected

General display

Frequency unit indicators

Digital signal format (

page 19)

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Home Theater connections

• Turn off all components before making any connections.

Peripheral equipment and cables sold separately unless otherwise indicated.

To connect equipment, refer to the appropriate operating instructions.

Connecting your television and DVD equipment

High-quality audio and video simply with HDMI connection

A B SURROUND

AUTO DETECTOR

AUX

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

TUNE

SETUP MIC

RETURN

HDMI

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

VOLUME

[HDMI]

The HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) connection means you only need one cable to transmit digital audio and video between two pieces of equipment. It also carries a command signal that allows you to control your

Panasonic TV (VIERA) or DVD recorder (DIGA) with one touch of a button

(

page 21).

DVD-Audio multi-channel audio is carried as a digital signal. Some DVD equipment (e.g. with HDMI Ver.1.0) cannot output multi-channel audio as a digital signal. Use the 6-channel discrete connection (

pages 8 and 20) if this is the case.

The HDMI indicator lights when you are using this connection.

Connection cable

Video and Audio cable

HDMI Cable

(Use a Panasonic HDMI cable for best results.)

[Recommended part number: RP-CDHG15 (1.5 m), RP-CDHG30 (3.0 m), RP-CDHG50 (5.0 m) etc.]

• Use only HDMI cables that have the HDMI logo (as shown on the cover).

To play audio from the television through speakers connected to this unit,

page 9.

TV HDMI

(AV IN)

FM ANT

DIGITAL IN

AM ANT

(TV/STB)

OPTICAL1

(DVD RECORDER) (DVD PLAYER) (CD)

OPTICAL2 COAXIAL1 COAXIAL2

LOOP ANT

GND

Rear panel

DVD������ ��

S VIDEO VIDEO

OUT

TV MONITOR

IN

DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

TV/STB

OUT IN

TV MONITOR DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

CENTER

L

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

R

IN

CD

SUBWOOFER SURROUND FRONT

DVD/DVD 6CH IN

AUDIO

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

OUT

SUBWOOFER

Y

R

FRONT A

LF

L

If you decide to connect a DVD player through the HDMI, change the “HDMI settings” (

page

29).

BI-WIRE

R

FRONT B

HF

L

CENTER

R

SURROUND

L

SURROUND BACK

R L

Note

Connect only DVD equipment to the HDMI input terminal of the unit. Connecting other equipment

P

R

Y Y P

B

P

R

P

B

P

R

TV MONITOR OUT DVD RECORDER IN TV / STB IN

In such cases, see “Connecting other equipment”,

page 10, for connections other than HDMI.

DVD equipment

DVD HDMI

(AV OUT)

Audio and video signal flow when you have used HDMI connections

The audio and video signals from DVD equipment pass through to the television even if this unit is set to standby.

When this unit is on

TV

Audio

Video

Audio

Speakers

This unit

Video Audio

DVD equipment

When this unit is in standby mode

(in standby ON condition,

page 29)

Video

Video

TV

Audio

Speakers

This unit

Audio

DVD equipment

For your reference

Audio signals from HDMI connection takes priority to digital terminal connections (

page 6 and 7).

This unit’s HDMI can carry video signals up to 1125i (1080i) (even when this unit is in standby mode).

1125i: an interlace (jump scanning) system that divides 1,125 scan lines in two and sends each half alternately every 1/60 second.

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Home Theater connections

Connecting your television and DVD equipment (cont.)

Connections for high-resolution video (components without an HDMI)

Connection cable

Check the connections on your equipment and prepare the necessary cables.

Your equipment will have more than one way of connecting video, so decide which best suits your needs.

Video cable

S-VIDEO connection cable Optical fibre cable

Audio cable

Connecting the optical fibre cable

Note the shape and fit it correctly into the terminal.

Do not bend!

Video connection cable Coaxial cable

To play audio from the television through speakers connected to this unit,

page 9.

TV

S-VIDEO COMPONENT

IN

VIDEO IN

Y P

B

P

R

Digital input settings

You can change the input settings for the digital terminals if necessary (

page 28).

LOOP ANT

GND

Rear panel

R

FRONT A

LF

L

BI-WIRE

R

FRONT B

HF

L

CENTER

R

SURROUND

L

SURROUND BACK

R L

OUT (DVD RECORDER) IN

FM ANT

DIGITAL IN

AM ANT

S VIDEO VIDEO

(TV/STB) (DVD RECORDER) (DVD PLAYER)

OPTICAL1

(CD)

OPTICAL2 COAXIAL1 COAXIAL2

OUT

TV MONITOR

IN

DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

TV/STB

OUT IN

TV MONITOR DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

CENTER

IN

VCR

L

IN

TV/STB

R

IN

CD

SUBWOOFER SURROUND FRONT

DVD/DVD 6CH IN

AUDIO

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

OUT

SUBWOOFER

Y P B P R Y P B

SPEAKERS

P R Y P B P R

TV MONITOR OUT DVD RECORDER IN

COMPONENT VIDEO

TV / STB IN

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DIGITAL

AUDIO OUT

(COAXIAL)

S-VIDEO

OUT

DVD player

Y P

B

P

R

DIGITAL

AUDIO

OUT

(OPTICAL)

S-VIDEO

OUT

COMPONENT

VIDEO OUT

DVD recorder

The video terminals

Connect the video cables in sets so that you have the same type for input and output.

The component video connection provides the best colour reproduction by separating the luminance (Y) and colour (red: P

R

or

C

R

, and blue: P

B

or C

B

) signals.

Note

To connect a set top box (cable or satellite),

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Connecting your television and DVD equipment (cont.)

• Turn off all components before making any connections.

Peripheral equipment and cables sold separately unless otherwise indicated.

To connect equipment, refer to the appropriate operating instructions.

Connections for standard-resolution video (components without an HDMI)

Connection cable

Video cable

Video connection cable

Audio cable

Connecting the optical fibre cable

Scart cable

21-pin scart cable

Optical fibre cable

Note the shape and fit it correctly into the terminal.

Do not bend!

Coaxial cable

You will need an adaptor to connect equipment with a 21-pin scart terminal.

To play audio from the television through speakers connected to this unit,

page 9.

Digital input settings

You can change the input settings for the digital terminals if necessary

(

page 28).

VIDEO IN

TV

LOOP ANT

GND

Rear panel

R

FRONT A

LF

L

BI-WIRE

R

FRONT B

HF

L

CENTER

R

SURROUND

L

SURROUND BACK

R L

OUT (DVD RECORDER) IN

FM ANT

DIGITAL IN

AM ANT

S VIDEO VIDEO

(TV/STB) (DVD RECORDER) (DVD PLAYER)

OPTICAL1

(CD)

OPTICAL2 COAXIAL1 COAXIAL2

OUT

TV MONITOR

IN

DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

TV/STB

OUT IN

TV MONITOR DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

CENTER

IN

VCR

L

IN

TV/STB

R

IN

CD

SUBWOOFER SURROUND FRONT IN

DVD/DVD 6CH IN DVD RECORDER

AUDIO

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

OUT

SUBWOOFER

Y P B P R Y P B

SPEAKERS

P R Y P B P R

TV MONITOR OUT DVD RECORDER IN

COMPONENT VIDEO

TV / STB IN

DIGITAL

AUDIO OUT

(COAXIAL)

VIDEO

OUT

DVD player

Note

To connect a set top box (cable or satellite),

page 10.

Connection with 21-pin scart cable

LOOP ANT

GND

AV

DVD recorder

AV

AM ANT

D)

XIAL2

DIGITAL

AUDIO OUT

(OPTICAL)

VIDEO

OUT

OUT

S VIDEO

(DVD RECORDER) IN

VIDEO

OUT

TV MONITOR

IN

DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

TV/STB

OUT IN

TV MONITOR DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

CENTER

IN

VCR

L

IN

TV/STB

R

IN

CD

SUBWOOFER SURROUND FRONT

DVD/DVD 6CH IN

AUDIO

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

OUT

SUBWOOFER

AV

Rear panel

DVD player

DVD recorder

TV

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Home Theater connections

Connecting your television and DVD equipment (cont.)

Connection cable

Video cable

Video connection cable Stereo phono cable

Audio cable

White (L)

Red (R)

Optical fibre cable

Connecting the optical digital cable

Note the shape and fit it correctly into the terminal.

Do not bend!

6-channel discrete connection (for high-quality DVD-Audio sound)

LOOP ANT

GND

R

FRONT A

LF

L

BI-WIRE

R

FRONT B

HF

L

CENTER

Rear panel

R

SURROUND

L

SURROUND BACK

R L

OUT (DVD RECORDER) IN

FM ANT

DIGITAL IN

AM ANT

S VIDEO VIDEO

(TV/STB) (DVD RECORDER) (DVD PLAYER)

OPTICAL1

(CD)

OPTICAL2 COAXIAL1 COAXIAL2

OUT

TV MONITOR

IN

DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

TV/STB

OUT IN

TV MONITOR DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

CENTER

L

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

R

IN

CD

SUBWOOFER SURROUND FRONT

DVD/DVD 6CH IN

AUDIO

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

OUT

SUBWOOFER

Y P

B

P

R

Y P

B

SPEAKERS

P

R

Y P

B

P

R

TV MONITOR OUT DVD RECORDER IN

COMPONENT VIDEO

TV / STB IN

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DVD equipment

SUBWOOFER CENTER (R) (L)

FRONT

(R) (L)

SURROUND See also “Playing DVD-Audio”,

➡ page 20.

Analogue audio connections

There are some limitations on digital output from DVD equipment, so you may need to make this connection. For video connections,

pages 6 and 7.

Rear panel

CENTER

LOOP ANT

GND

R

FRONT A

LF

L

BI-WIRE

R

FRONT B

HF

L R

SURROUND

L

SURROUND BACK

R L

OUT (DVD RECORDER) IN

FM ANT

DIGITAL IN

AM ANT

S VIDEO VIDEO

(TV/STB) (DVD RECORDER) (DVD PLAYER)

OPTICAL1

(CD)

OPTICAL2 COAXIAL1 COAXIAL2

OUT

TV MONITOR

IN

DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

TV/STB

OUT IN

TV MONITOR DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

CENTER

L

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

R

IN

CD

SUBWOOFER SURROUND FRONT

DVD/DVD 6CH IN DVD RECORDER

AUDIO

IN IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

OUT

SUBWOOFER

Y P B P R Y

TV MONITOR OUT

P B

SPEAKERS

P R Y

DVD RECORDER IN

COMPONENT VIDEO

P B

TV / STB IN

P R

DVD player

DVD recorder

(R) (L)

AUDIO

OUT

(R) (L)

AUDIO

OUT

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Connecting your television and DVD equipment (cont.)

Video cable

Video connection cable Stereo phono cable

Audio cable

Optical fibre cable

• Turn off all components before making any connections.

Peripheral equipment and cables sold separately unless otherwise indicated.

To connect equipment, refer to the appropriate operating instructions.

Playing audio from your television through speakers connected to this unit

Your equipment may be able to output both digital and analogue audio, so decide which best suits your needs.

To take advantage of the multi-channel sounds now available with digital television, use a digital connection. Read your television’s operating instructions for details.

TV

DIGITAL

AUDIO OUT

(OPTICAL)

AUDIO OUT

(R) (L)

R

FRONT A

LF

L

BI-WIRE

R

FRONT B

HF

L

CENTER

Rear panel

R

SURROUND

L

SURROUND BACK

R L

LOOP ANT

GND

FM ANT

DIGITAL IN

AM ANT

OUT

S VIDEO

(DVD RECORDER) IN

VIDEO

(TV/STB) (DVD RECORDER) (DVD PLAYER)

OPTICAL1

(CD)

OPTICAL2 COAXIAL1 COAXIAL2

OUT

TV MONITOR

IN

DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

TV/STB

OUT IN

TV MONITOR DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

CENTER

Digital input settings

You can change the input settings for the digital terminals if necessary (

page 28).

L

R

IN

CD

SUBWOOFER SURROUND FRONT

DVD/DVD 6CH IN

AUDIO

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

VCR

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

IN

TV/STB

OUT

SUBWOOFER

Y P

B

P

R

Y P

B

SPEAKERS

P

R

Y P

B

P

R

TV MONITOR OUT DVD RECORDER IN

COMPONENT VIDEO

TV / STB IN

Connecting a combination DVD recorder/VCR

Digital input settings

You can change the input settings for the digital terminals if necessary (

page 28).

LOOP ANT

GND

OUT

FM ANT

DIGITAL IN

AM ANT

S VIDEO

(DVD RECORDER) IN

(TV/STB) (DVD RECORDER) (DVD PLAYER)

OPTICAL1

(CD)

OPTICAL2 COAXIAL1 COAXIAL2

VIDEO

OUT

TV MONITOR

IN

DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

TV/STB

OUT IN

TV MONITOR DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

CENTER

L

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

R

IN

CD

SUBWOOFER SURROUND FRONT

DVD/DVD 6CH IN

AUDIO

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

OUT

SUBWOOFER

R

FRONT A

LF

L

BI-WIRE

R

FRONT B

HF

L

CENTER

Rear panel

R

SURROUND

L

SURROUND BACK

R L

Y P

B

P

R

Y P

B

SPEAKERS

P

R

Y P

B

P

R

TV MONITOR OUT DVD RECORDER IN

COMPONENT VIDEO

TV / STB IN

Combination DVD recorder/VCR

DIGITAL

AUDIO OUT

(OPTICAL)

VIDEO

OUT

DVD OUT terminals

(R) (L)

AUDIO OUT

VIDEO

OUT

DVD/VHS COMMON OUT terminals

For playback instructions,

page 18.

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Connecting other equipment

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Connecting a set top box (cable or satellite)

Your equipment may be able to output both digital and analogue audio, so decide which best suits your needs.

Connect the video cables in sets so that you have the same type for input from the equipment and output to your television.

For television connections,

pages 6 and 7.

Cable box or satellite receiver etc.

Rear panel

LOOP ANT

GND

R

FRONT A

LF

L

BI-WIRE

R

FRONT B

HF

L

CENTER

R

SURROUND

L

SURROUND BACK

R L

S-VIDEO OUT

OUT (DVD RECORDER) IN

FM ANT

DIGITAL IN

AM ANT

S VIDEO VIDEO

VIDEO OUT

(TV/STB)

OPTICAL1

(DVD RECORDER) (DVD PLAYER) (CD)

OPTICAL2 COAXIAL1 COAXIAL2

OUT

TV MONITOR

IN

DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

TV/STB

OUT IN

TV MONITOR DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

CENTER

L

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

R

Digital input settings

You can change the input

IN

CD

settings for the digital terminals if necessary

(

page 28).

SUBWOOFER SURROUND FRONT

DVD/DVD 6CH IN

AUDIO

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

OUT

SUBWOOFER

Y P B P R

TV MONITOR OUT

Y

SPEAKERS

Y

DVD RECORDER IN

COMPONENT VIDEO

P B P R

TV / STB IN

Y

P

R

P

B

Y

COMPONENT

VIDEO OUT

(L)

(R)

AUDIO

OUT

DIGITAL AUDIO

OUT (OPTICAL)

Connecting a VCR

Rear panel

LOOP ANT

GND

R

FRONT A

LF

L

BI-WIRE

R

FRONT B

HF

L

CENTER

R

SURROUND

L

SURROUND BACK

R L

VCR

OUT (DVD RECORDER) IN

FM ANT

DIGITAL IN

AM ANT

S VIDEO VIDEO

(TV/STB) (DVD RECORDER) (DVD PLAYER)

OPTICAL1

(CD)

OPTICAL2 COAXIAL1 COAXIAL2

OUT

TV MONITOR

IN

DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

TV/STB

OUT IN

TV MONITOR DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

CENTER

L

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

Y P

B

P

R

Y

SPEAKERS

Y P

B

P

R

VIDEO OUT

(L)

(R)

AUDIO

OUT

R

IN

CD

SUBWOOFER SURROUND FRONT

DVD/DVD 6CH IN DVD RECORDER

AUDIO

IN IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

OUT

SUBWOOFER

TV MONITOR OUT DVD RECORDER IN

COMPONENT VIDEO

TV / STB IN

Note that you must also use matching connections for your television and DVD recorder, “Connections for standard-resolution video”,

page 7, to view or record the images played on the VCR.

Connecting a CD player

Your equipment may be able to output both digital and analogue audio, so decide which best suits your needs.

CD Player

LOOP ANT

GND

R

FRONT A

LF

L

BI-WIRE

R

FRONT B

HF

L

CENTER

R

SURROUND

L

SURROUND BACK

R L

OUT (DVD RECORDER) IN

FM ANT

DIGITAL IN

AM ANT

S VIDEO VIDEO

(TV/STB) (DVD RECORDER) (DVD PLAYER)

OPTICAL1

(CD)

OPTICAL2 COAXIAL1 COAXIAL2

OUT

TV MONITOR

IN

DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

TV/STB

OUT IN

TV MONITOR DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

CENTER

Digital input settings

You can change the input settings for the digital terminals if necessary

(

page 28).

L

R

IN

CD

SUBWOOFER SURROUND FRONT IN

DVD/DVD 6CH IN DVD RECORDER

AUDIO

IN

VCR

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

IN

TV/STB

OUT

SUBWOOFER

Y P

B

P

R

TV MONITOR OUT

SPEAKERS

Y

DVD RECORDER IN

COMPONENT VIDEO

Y P

B

P

R

TV / STB IN

Rear panel

DIGITAL AUDIO

OUT (COAXIAL)

(L)

(R)

AUDIO

OUT

Connecting a video camera or other portable device

Use these terminals for temporary connections.

Connect the video cables in sets so that you have the same type for input from the equipment and output to your television.

For television connections,

pages

6 and 7.

AUTO

SPEAKER SETUP

ADVANCED

DUAL AMP BI-AMP

SURROUND

AUTO DETECTOR

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

AUX

TUNE

SETUP MIC

HDMI

MENU

SETUP

RETURN

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

VOLUME

S-VIDEO

OUT

VIDEO OUT

(L)

(R)

AUDIO

OUT

Video camera etc.

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AUTO

SPEAKER SETUP

ADVANCED

DUAL AMP BI-AMP

SURROUND

AUTO DETECTOR

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

AUX

TUNE

SETUP MIC

HDMI

MENU

SETUP

RETURN

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

VOLUME

VIDEO OUT

CD Player

VIDEO OUT

• Turn off all components before making any connections.

Peripheral equipment and cables sold separately unless otherwise indicated.

To connect equipment, refer to the appropriate operating instructions.

Connecting the antennas and AC mains lead

Adhesive tape

Rear panel

FM indoor antenna

(included)

Fix the other end of the antenna where reception is best.

FM ANT

DIGITAL IN

AM ANT

(TV/STB)

OPTICAL1

(DVD RECORDER) (DVD PLAYER) (CD)

OPTICAL2 COAXIAL1 COAXIAL2

1

LOOP ANT

GND

2

AM loop antenna (included)

Keep the antenna cord away from

DVD recorders, DVD players, and other cords.

1

2

3

(DVD RECORDER) IN OUT

S VIDEO

OUT

TV MONITOR

IN

DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

TV/STB

CENTER

OUT IN

TV MONITOR DVD PLAYER

Red

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

VCR

L

Black

VIDEO

IN

TV/STB

R

IN

CD

SUBWOOFER SURROUND FRONT

DVD/DVD 6CH IN

White

AUDIO

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

OUT

SUBWOOFER

R

SURROUND

L

SURROUND BACK

R L

FM outdoor antenna

(not included)

Disconnect the FM indoor antenna.

The antenna should be installed by a competent technician.

FM ANT

FM outdoor antenna

AC mains lead (included)

To household mains socket

Insertion of connector

Even when the connector is perfectly inserted, depending on the type of inlet used, the front part of the connector may jut out as shown in the drawing.

However there is no problem using the unit.

Appliance inlet

Connector

75

Ω coaxial cable

Approx. 6 mm

Connect AC mains lead after all other cables and cords are connected.

The included AC mains lead is for use with this unit only. Do not use it with other equipment.

Do not use an AC mains lead from other equipment.

If the unit is left unplugged for longer than two weeks, all settings will revert to the factory settings. Perform the settings again if this occurs.

Using headphones

A B

AUTO

SPEAKER SETUP

ADVANCED

DUAL AMP BI-AMP

A

SPEAKERS

B

SURROUND

AUTO DETECTOR

AUX

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

TUNE

SETUP MIC

VOLUME

HDMI

MENU

SETUP

RETURN

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

VOLUME

1.

Press [SPEAKERS A] and [SPEAKERS B] to turn off the speakers.

2.

Reduce the volume and connect the headphones.

Plug type: 6.3 mm stereo (in diameter)

3.

Adjust the volume.

Note

Avoid listening for prolonged periods of time to prevent hearing damage.

Turning the speakers off automatically engages stereo play, and when you play multi-channel sources they are down-mixed (2CH

MIX). (Some DVD-Audio prohibit down-mixing.)

Note that if you are using DVD 6CH input (

page 20), the input source switches to

“DVD” (2 channel) and only the sound for the front speakers is output.

(Headphone jack)

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Speaker connections

Connecting speakers

Connections and placement to suit the number of speakers you have

The ideal is to have all the speakers (except the subwoofer) at equal distances from the seating area.

Auto speaker setup compensates for any differences (

pages 14 to 16).

Front speakers (left , right )

Place either side of the television, then adjust their position and angle towards the seating position until you are satisfied with the relationship between the images and sound.

Center speaker ( )

Place directly above or below the center of the television, aiming at the seating position.

Surround speakers (left , right )

Place on either side of or slightly behind the seating area, about one meter higher than ear level.

Surround back speakers (left , right / when you connect only one speaker )

Place behind the seating area, about one meter higher than ear level.

Subwoofer ( )

Place anywhere near the television (but not so close as to cause excessive vibration).

Number of speakers

7

Placement

This setup is suitable for playing 6.1-channel sources (DTS-ES and Dolby Digital Surround EX).

Use Dolby Pro Logic

ΙΙx, DTS NEO:6, or SFC to enhance 2-channel or 5.1-channel sources.

This is the best setup for playing 6.1-channel sources (DTS-ES and Dolby Digital Surround EX).

Use Dolby Pro Logic

ΙΙx, DTS NEO:6, or SFC to enhance 2-channel or 5.1-channel sources.

6

Use this setup when you do not have a center speaker.

The center channel is split between the front speakers.

5

4

3

2

This is the best setup for playing 5.1-channel sources (Dolby Digital and DTS materials).

Use Dolby Pro Logic

ΙΙx, DTS NEO:6, or SFC to enhance 2-channel sources.

Use this setup when you do not have a center speaker.

The center channel is split between the front speakers.

FM ANT

DIGITAL IN

AM ANT

(TV/STB)

OPTICAL1

(DVD RECORDER) (DVD PLAYER) (CD)

OPTICAL2 COAXIAL1 COAXIAL2

LOOP ANT

GND

HF

R

FRONT A

LF

L

BI-WIRE

R

FRONT B

HF

L

CENTER

R

SURROUND

L

SURROUND BACK

R L

OUT

S VIDEO

(DVD RECORDER) IN

VIDEO

OUT

TV MONITOR

IN

DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

TV/STB

OUT IN

TV MONITOR DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

CENTER

L

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

LF

R

IN

CD

SUBWOOFER SURROUND FRONT IN

DVD/DVD 6CH IN DVD RECORDER

AUDIO

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

OUT

SUBWOOFER

Y PB PR Y PB

SPEAKERS

PR Y PB PR

TV MONITOR OUT DVD RECORDER IN

COMPONENT VIDEO

TV / STB IN

HF

LF

• Any center-channel sound (from 2-channel, 5.1-channel or 6.1-channel sources or allocated by Dolby Pro Logic

ΙΙx, DTS NEO:6, or SFC) is split between the front speakers. Surround back speakers are split between the surround speakers.

• Any surround or surround back-channel sound (from multi-channel sources or allocated by

Dolby Pro Logic

ΙΙx, DTS NEO:6, or SFC) is split between the front speakers.

This is the best setup for stereo sources.

All other channels are “down-mixed” and played through the front speakers.

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Connecting speakers

• Turn off all components before making any connections.

Peripheral equipment and cables sold separately unless otherwise indicated.

To connect equipment, refer to the appropriate operating instructions.

Speaker impedance

Front A: 6 to 16

Center: 6 to 16

Surround: 6 to 16

Surround back: 6 to 16

Front speakers (left , right )

Place either side of the television, then adjust their position and angle towards the seating position until you are satisfied with the relationship between the images and sound.

Center speaker ( )

Place directly above or below the center of the television, aiming at the seating position.

Surround speakers (left , right )

Place on either side of or slightly behind the seating area, about one meter higher than ear level.

Surround back speakers (left , right / when you connect only one speaker )

Place behind the seating area, about one meter higher than ear level.

LOOP ANT

GND

OUT

FM ANT AM ANT

Subwoofer ( )

Place anywhere near the television (but not so close as to cause excessive vibration).

(TV/STB)

OPTICAL1

DIGITAL IN

(DVD RECORDER) (DVD PLAYER) (CD)

OPTICAL2 COAXIAL1 COAXIAL2

OUT

TV MONITOR

IN

S VIDEO

DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

(DVD RECORDER) IN

IN

TV/STB

VIDEO

OUT IN

TV MONITOR DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

CENTER

L

10

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

2

R

IN

CD

SUBWOOFER SURROUND FRONT

DVD/DVD 6CH IN

AUDIO

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

VCR

9

IN

TV/STB

OUT

SUBWOOFER

Y

3

R

FRONT A

LF

L

BI-WIRE

R

FRONT B

HF

L

P B

TV MONITOR OUT

P R

1

If you have a single surround back speaker, connect it to the SURROUND BACK (L) terminal .

Y

4

CENTER

P B

SPEAKERS

P R Y

DVD RECORDER IN

COMPONENT VIDEO

5

P B

TV / STB IN

6

R

SURROUND

L

P R

7

SURROUND BACK

R L

8

Rear panel

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Speaker cable

Front speaker (R)

Front speaker (L)

Center speaker

Surround speaker (R)

Surround speaker (L)

Surround back speaker (R)

Surround back speaker (L)

Monaural connection cable

Active subwoofer

Note

After changing your speaker set up:

Perform auto speaker setup

(

pages 14 to 16) or automatic speaker detection (

page 17); or for manual settings (

page 27).

Connecting biwireable speakers

FM ANT

DIGITAL IN

AM ANT

(TV/STB)

OPTICAL1

(DVD RECORDER) (DVD PLAYER) (CD)

OPTICAL2 COAXIAL1 COAXIAL2

LOOP ANT

GND

Biwireable speakers have separate terminals for the high frequency and low frequency signals.

Use this connection to reduce interference between the high frequency and low frequency signals for high-fidelity sound.

When you are playing analogue or 2-channel PCM sources, the unit can allocate an amplifier each to the high frequency and low frequency signals, thereby giving you a much clearer biamp stereo sound (

page 20).

HF stands for high frequency and LF for low frequency.

Speaker impedance

BI-WIRE: 6 to 16

Front speaker

OUT

S VIDEO

(R)

Rear view

VIDEO

HF

R

FRONT A

LF

L

BI-WIRE

R

FRONT B

HF

L

CENTER

Rear panel

R

SURROUND

L

SURROUND BACK

R L

HF

For your reference

Front speaker

(L)

Rear view

Be sure to connect the HF cables to the FRONT B terminals, and the LF cables to the FRONT A terminals, so that you can correct any delay that may occur

(

page 28).

To take advantage of this connection and ensure the best possible sound, be sure to change the setting in “LR BI-

WIRE setting” to “YES”

(

page 27).

OUT

TV MONITOR

IN

DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

TV/STB

OUT IN

TV MONITOR DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

CENTER

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

L LF

Y PB PR Y PB

SPEAKERS

PR Y PB PR

LF

R

TV MONITOR OUT DVD RECORDER IN

COMPONENT VIDEO

TV / STB IN

CD

SUBWOOFER SURROUND FRONT IN

DVD/DVD 6CH IN DVD RECORDER

AUDIO

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

OUT

SUBWOOFER

Connecting a second pair of front speakers

This second set of terminals allows you to connect a second pair of speakers to place in another room, for example.

To use the speakers connected to the FRONT B terminals, press [SPEAKERS B] (

page 20).

Speaker cable

Rear panel

R

FRONT A

LF

L

BI-WIRE

R

FRONT B

HF

L

CENTER

R

SURROUND

L

SURROUND BACK

R L

) IN

VIDEO

IN

OR DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

Front speaker (R)

ND FRONT

/DVD 6CH IN

AUDIO

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

VCR

IN

TV/STB

OUT

SUBWOOFER

Y

TV MONITOR OUT

Y

SPEAKERS

P R

DVD RECORDER IN

COMPONENT VIDEO

Y

TV / STB IN

P R

Front speaker (L)

Speaker impedance

Front A and B: 6 to 16

Front B: 6 to 16

Note

When only SPEAKERS B is on, output will be 2-channel only. Signals from multi-channel sources are “downmixed” and output through the two front speakers you have connected.

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Before playback

Auto speaker setup

Auto speaker setup allows you to achieve a satisfactory listening environment easily with the use of the supplied calibration microphone as a detector of sound signals. The unit will first perform automatic speaker detection, then checks and adjusts the following settings.

Automatic speaker detection

(This can also be performed in

“Automatic speaker detection”,

page 17. However, for a more optimized listening environment, carry out the setup here.)

Checks which speakers you have connected.

The factory setting is 7 speakers and a subwoofer.

Some types of speakers and cables may cause disruptions to the setup. In this case, conduct manual setting, “Speaker and size settings”,

page 27.

DISTANCE

POLARITY

SIZE

FREQUENCY

LEVEL

Checks the distance of each speaker from the listening position and adjusts the timing of each channel. For manual setup, “Distance”,

page 27.

Checks the polarity of each speaker. You can choose not to have polarity checked, “Auto setup”,

page 27.

Checks the speaker’s frequency response. For manual setup, “Speaker and size settings”,

page 27.

The front speakers are set to SMALL if the unit determines that they are different sizes.

Sets the appropriate low frequency crossover for each channel according to the speaker size.

For manual setup, “Low-pass filter”,

page 27.

The setting is based on the speaker with the lowest bass reproduction range.

Also checks on “Level” setting to adjust the sound level (volume) for each speaker.

Makes any further corrections to the volume of each speaker (for manual setup, “Speaker output and level”

page 17) and also to the frequency response.

Before setup

Conduct the auto speaker setup in a quiet environment. A noisy background will give unsatisfactory results.

Put the subwoofer in position, switch it on, and sets its volume to the level you would normally use. If you do auto speaker setup without the subwoofer, the front speakers will be set as large, possibly resulting in an unsatisfactory bass.

1

Process for auto speaker setup

Placing of calibration microphone.

Place on a flat surface at the seating area. Use a tripod for best results.

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Connect the calibration microphone to the [SETUP

MIC] jack on the front panel.

Note

The calibration microphone is sensitive to heat. Keep it away from direct sunlight and do not place it on top of the unit.

A

SPEAKERS

B SURROUND

AUTO DETECTOR

AUX

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

TUNE

SETUP MIC

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HDMI

MENU

SETUP

RETURN

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

VOLUME

Auto speaker setup

3

Start performing auto speaker setup.

Turn on the unit.

Press

• The standby indicator goes off when you turn on the unit.

AUTO

a) Press and hold

TEST

for about 2 seconds.

[AUTO SPEAKER SETUP] indicator starts flashing.

AUTO

SPEAKER SETUP

AUTO

SPEAKER SETUP

“AUTO SETUP” appears on the display.

b) The unit checks that you have correctly connected the calibration microphone.

c) The automatic setup starts the automatic speaker detection,

STEP 1, STEP 2, and STEP 3 calibration as follows.

RECEIVER

AV

SYSTEM

TUNER

BAND

CD

TV

VCR

RECORDER

DVD

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

Peripheral equipment and cables sold separately unless otherwise indicated.

instructions.

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

0

-/--

VOLUME

To connect equipment, refer to the appropriate operating

SKIP

STOP PAUSE

SLOW/SEARCH

PLAY

AUTO

SPEAKER SETUP

DRIVE SELECT DVD RECORDER MANUAL SKIP

TO

P

M

EN

U

AV

TN

IGA

TO

R

ONE T

OUCH PLAY

ENTER

FU

NC

TIO

SUB MENU RETURN

AUTO

SPEAKER SETUP

ADVANCED

DUAL AMP BI-AMP

OFF

SUBWOOFER

DIMMER

TV

LEVEL EFFECT VOL

TV/AV NEO : 6

MUSIC

SFC

MOVIE

AUTO

TEST MUTING

SPEAKERS

A B

SURROUND

AUTO DETECTOR

AUX

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

TUNE

SETUP MIC

(Automatic speaker detection)

STEP1 L

STEP1 CSTEP1 RSTEP1 RSSTEP1 SBR

STEP1 SBLSTEP1 LSSTEP1 SUBWPROCESSING

STEP2 L

STEP2 CSTEP2 RSTEP2 RSSTEP2 SBR

STEP2 SBLSTEP2 LSSTEP2 SUBWPROCESSING

Speaker abbreviations

L: Front left C: Center

S: Surround RS: Surround right

SB: Surround back

SBR: Surround back right

W/SUBW: Subwoofer

R: Front right

LS: Surround left

SBL: Surround back left

For your reference

Loud test tones are output from each speaker during the configuration.

The checked settings display for a minimum of 3 seconds each.

STEP3 L

STEP3 CSTEP3 RSTEP3 RSSTEP3 SBR

STEP3 SBLSTEP3 LSSTEP3 SUBWPROCESSING

During setup, operations may stop when there is an error message on the display. Refer to page 16 for troubleshooting.

4

Auto speaker setup finishes.

“COMPLETE” appears on the display and all calibrations are saved.

[AUTO SPEAKER SETUP] indicator lights.

AUTO

To exit, press

TEST

.

Disconnect the calibration microphone.

To cancel during setup

Press any button on the main unit or remote control. “CANCELED” appears on the display.

Note

Perform auto speaker setup again if you have changed the speakers, speaker positions, or the layout of your listening environment.

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Before playback

Auto speaker setup

RECEIVER

AV

SYSTEM

TUNER

BAND

CD

TV

RECORDER

DVD

VCR

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

CH

A B

VOLUME

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

0

-/--

SKIP

STOP PAUSE

SLOW/SEARCH

PLAY

DRIVE SELECT DVD RECORDER MANUAL SKIP

P

TO

ME

NU

AVI

TN

GAT

OR

ONE

TOUCH PLAY

ENTER

FUN

CTIO

[ ]

AUTO

SPEAKER SETUP

ADVANCED

DUAL AMP BI-AMP

A

SPEAKERS

B SURROUND

AUTO DETECTOR

AUX

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

TUNE

SETUP MIC

AUTO DETECTOR

HDMI

MENU

SETUP

RETURN

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

VOLUME

SUB MENU RETURN

OFF

SUBWOOFER

LEVEL

DIMMER

EFFECT

TV

VOL

NEO : 6

MUSIC

SFC

MOVIE

TV/AV

AUTO

TEST MUTING

While performing auto speaker setup, errors may occur and the messages will blink or scroll on the display, depending on the conditions. Press any button on the main unit or remote control to stop the setup.

After troubleshooting, press and hold

AUTO

TEST

for 2 seconds to start the setup process again.

Troubleshooting for auto speaker setup

Message

“INSERT MIC”

“NO SIGNAL”

“DISTANCE ERROR”

“NOISY”

“MEASURING ERROR”

“CHECK CONNECTION

TO SBL SPEAKER”

“NEED TO CONNECT

LS/RS SPEAKERS”

“CHECK

CONNECTIONS TO

LS/RS SPEAKERS”

“CHECK

CONNECTIONS TO L/R

SPEAKERS”

“LOW SIGNAL”

Solutions

Calibration microphone is not detected. Insert the microphone correctly.

Check that the calibration microphone is connected correctly.

Bring the speakers nearer to the calibration microphone.

Setup in a quiet environment or do auto speaker setup at a quieter time of day.

Turn off equipment that may produce noise, such as air conditioners.

Change the positions of the speakers and perform the setup again.

Left surround back speaker not detected. If you have decided to use only one surround back speaker, connect it to the SURROUND BACK (L) terminal.

Check connection to left surround back speaker.

Surround speakers not detected. You must have surround speakers connected before you can connect and use surround back speakers effectively.

One or both surround speakers not detected. Check the connections.

• Check the front (L) and (R) connections.

Pages

14

-

-

14

-

-

13

13

13

13

13

Change the position (height and direction) of the microphone.

Make sure there is nothing around the microphone that could interfere with the test tones.

Make sure the volume of the subwoofer is set to the level you would normally use.

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17

Note

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Auto speaker setup may produce an unsatisfactory result with some speaker setups and configurations.

You can perform auto speaker setup even if SPEAKERS A are off.

For subwoofer, only level is adjusted in auto speaker setup.

All settings in auto speaker setup return to the factory setting if you do automatic speaker detection (

page 17) separately, or, change the speaker size (except for front speakers) from

“NO” or “NONE” to other size settings (“Speaker and size settings”,

➡ page 27).

Auto speaker setup will not start if you have muted the speakers. Turn the muting off (

page 31).

HDAVI Control TM (

page 21) is disabled during auto speaker setup.

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Automatic speaker detection

Automatic speaker detection is performed during auto speaker setup. Do the following only if you want to check speakers’ status, and not other settings.

1

Turn on the unit.

Press

The standby indicator goes off when you turn on the unit.

2

Start automatic speaker detection.

A

SPEAKERS

B

Press at the same time.

AUTO DETECTOR

(Checks each speaker’s connection status)

(Shows the number of detected speakers, excluding the subwoofer)

(Shows connected speakers)

(Automatic speaker detection ends.

The previous display reappears)

These settings are saved even if you turn the unit off.

Refer to page 14 for further notes and page 16 for error message explanations. (

“WARNING” may appears on the display during the detection here.)

Speaker output and level

Adjust the level of the speakers so they are the same apparent level as the front speakers from the seating area.

Speaker level is adjusted during auto speaker setup. Do the following only if you find the level unsatisfactory.

1

To turn on SPEAKERS A.

A

SPEAKERS

Press

If you have bi-wired your front speakers (

page

13), make sure you have selected “YES” for the

“LR BI-WIRE setting” (

page 27).

A

SPEAKERS

SPEAKERS

B

Press or

SPEAKERS

BI-WIRE

A B

SPEAKERS A are on

SPEAKERS

A

or

SPEAKERS A and B are on

SPEAKERS

A B

• The unit does not output the test signal if only SPEAKERS B is on.

2

Press

AUTO

TEST

to output the test signal.

Speaker abbreviations

• The signal is output from each speaker in order for about two seconds each:

1

L

CRRSSBRSBLLSSUBW or

L

CRRSSB

1

LSSUBW

If you connect one surround back speaker only (the left surround back speaker)

L: Front left

R: Front right

LS: Surround left

SBL: Surround back left

SUBW: Subwoofer

C: Center

RS: Surround right

SBR: Surround back right

SB: Surround back (If you connect one surround back speaker)

Make sure your speaker settings match your connections (

pages 13, and 14 to 16). There will be no output from a speaker if it is set as NO or NONE (

page 27).

3

Set speakers volume to the level you would normally use.

Press

VOLUME

Volume range:

-- dB (minimum), -79 dB to 0 dB (maximum)

4

5

Press

LEVEL

to select the speaker channel to adjust.

Press to adjust the level to the same apparent level as the front speakers.

Repeat steps 4 and 5 for each speaker channel.

Adjustment range:

-20 dB to +10 dB (Factory setting: 0 dB )

For the subwoofer

(SUBW)

MIN (minimum)

1 to 29 MAX (maximum)

(Factory setting: 20 )

The test signal is output only from the speaker you are adjusting in steps 4 and 5. Test signal for connected speakers resumes after 2 seconds.

6

Press

AUTO

TEST

to stop the test signal.

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Enjoying Home Theater features

Basic play

SURROUND

INPUT SELECTOR

A B

VOLUME

[ ]

RETURN

HDMI

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

VOLUME

A B

SURROUND

AUTO DETECTOR

AUX

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

TUNE

SETUP MIC

1 Turn on the unit.

Press

• The standby indicator goes off when you turn on the unit.

The [SURROUND] indicator lights to show that the surround mode is on (factory setting).

SURROUND

Note

Before using the unit for the first time or after changing your speaker set up, make sure that you perform auto speaker setup

(

pages 14 to 16) or automatic speaker detection (

page 17), or for manual settings (

page 27).

2

Turn on SPEAKERS A.

A

SPEAKERS

Press

SPEAKERS

A

If you have bi-wired your front speakers (

page 13), make sure you have selected “YES” for the “LR BI-

WIRE setting” (

page 27).

Press

A

SPEAKERS

or

SPEAKERS

B

SPEAKERS

BI-WIRE

A B

If you also want to use SPEAKERS B, press [SPEAKERS B] to turn them on. (Remember that sound will only be stereo if you use just SPEAKERS B.)

3

Turn

INPUT SELECTOR

to select the input source.

Input sources:

TUNER FM, TUNER AM, CD, TV/STB, DVD, DVR (DVD recorder) , VCR (video recorder), AUX (front terminals)

“DVD RECORDER” scrolls once across the display if you

• select “DVR”.

You can also select the input source with the buttons on the remote control (

pages 34 to 36).

4

If you have a combination DVD recorder/VCR

(

page 9)

Select

“DVR” to watch DVDs.

Select

“VCR” to watch video tapes.

Start playing the source

If you would prefer to listen in stereo, press

[SURROUND] to turn the indicator off.

To return to surround sound, press [SURROUND] to turn the indicator on.

The unit stores whether you have selected SURROUND or not for each input source, but the mode automatically activates if you play a multi-channel source.

You can “down mix” multi-channel sources to 2 channels by pressing [SURROUND] to turn the indicator off during play.

(Some DVD-Audio prohibit down-mixing.)

2-channel down-mix cancels when you turn the unit off or change the input source.

5

Adjust the volume.

VOLUME

Volume range:

-- dB (minimum), -79 dB to 0 dB (maximum)

Turn

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When you finish listening

Be sure to reduce the volume and press [8] to switch the unit to standby.

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Digital signals this unit can play

Dolby Digital (including

Dolby Digital Surround

EX)

DTS (including DTS-ES and DTS 96/24)

These digital surround systems were developed by Dolby Laboratories. Dolby

Digital Surround EX, with its additional surround back channels, produces an increased sense of realism.

These digital surround systems were developed by DTS (Digital Theater

Systems, Inc.). DTS-ES, with its additional surround back channel, immerses you in sound. DTS 96/24 delivers multi-channel sound with superior fidelity (96 kHz/24 bit).

PCM

You can input PCM signals with sampling frequencies up to 192 kHz with the

DIGITAL IN COAXIAL 1 terminal. The other digital terminals allow input of up to

96 kHz. The display shows the sampling frequency when you input 88.2-kHz,

96-kHz, 176.4-kHz, or 192-kHz signals.

Note

This unit cannot process Dolby Digital RF or MPEG audio signal.

Signal indicators

DVD etc.

DVD etc.

CD, DVD-

Audio etc.

2CH MIX

SPEAKERS

BI-WIRE

A B

TUNED MONO ST

RDS

PS PTY

M

SLEEP cm kHz

MHz

DIGITAL INPUT

PCM

DTS 96/24DTS-ES

DIGITAL EX EX

PLⅡx NEO:6 SFC

DTS: DTS sources

DTS 96/24: DTS 96/24 sources

DIGITAL: Dolby Digital sources

DIGITAL EX: Dolby Digital Surround EX decoder (while in Dolby Pro

Logic

ΙΙx mode) when the input signal is Dolby Digital 5.1channel or Dolby Digital Surround EX and you are using one surround back speaker.

EX:

PL

PL

ΙΙx:

ΙΙ:

Dolby Digital Surround EX decoder (while in Dolby Pro

Logic

ΙΙx mode) when the input signal is DTS 5.1-channel and you are using one surround back speaker.

Dolby Pro Logic

ΙΙx decoder

Dolby Pro Logic ΙΙ with stereo sources when you are not using a surround back speaker.

DTS-ES:

NEO:6:

SFC:

DTS-ES Discrete 6.1 sources or when using the DTS-ES matrix

DTS NEO:6 matrix

Sound field control

For your reference

Dolby Pro Logic

ΙΙx, NEO:6, and SFC add surround effects by “adding” channels, so if they are off, the unit plays the number of channels recorded in the original source.

For example, if it is a 5.1-channel source, there will be no output from the surround back speakers.

The SURROUND mode turns off when input is 192-kHz PCM.

Whenever you switch to a different source, the following display appears to show you the number of channels. (It may not appear with some sources.)

Subwoofer

Surround and surround back channels

Front and center channels

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Playback options

SPEAKERS

A B

Using

SPEAKERS B

ADVANCED

DUAL AMP

BI-AMP

Playing DVD-

Audio

[BI-AMP]

RECEIVER

AV

SYSTEM

AUTO

SPEAKER SETUP

ADVANCED

DUAL AMP BI-AMP

TV

RECORDER

DVD

A

SPEAKERS

B SURROUND

AUTO DETECTOR

AUX

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

TUNE

SETUP MIC

HDMI

MENU

SETUP

RETURN

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

VOLUME

TUNER

BAND

CD VCR

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

CH

To use the speakers connected to the FRONT B terminals.

Press

SPEAKERS

B

Sound will be stereo from SPEAKERS B.

If you have only SPEAKERS B on and the input signal is multichannel, the signal is down-mixed and display.

DISC

0

“2CH MIX” appears on the

To turn off sound from SPEAKERS A, press [SPEAKERS A] so “ goes off.

A

• in 5.1 channel, the unused surround back speakers amplifiers drive the front speakers for a clearer, purer sound.

SUB MENU

SLOW/SEARCH the front speakers is output.

PAUSE PLAY

Speaker settings (

page 27) are fixed as follows when you have only

SPEAKERS B on.

DRIVE SELECT DVD RECORDER MANUAL SKIP

Speaker size:

LARGE

Subwoofer: NO (bass is output from the front speakers.)

T

O

P

M

E

N

AV

IG

AT

O

R

FU

[ADVANCED DUAL AMP] lights when the function is on.

You can turn this function off

RETURN

(

page 29).

The bi-amp activates if you have bi-wired your front speakers and play analogue or stereo PCM sources.

The amplifiers for the front and surround speakers separately run the low frequency and high frequency. You can use this feature in combination with the

Advanced Dual Amp (

above) for an even clearer and purer stereo sound.

Preparation

OFF

SUBWOOFER

DIMMER

Bi-wire your front speakers (

page

EFFECT

13).

Make sure you have selected “YES” for the “LR BI-WIRE setting” (

SFC

page

AUTO

27).

MUSIC MOVIE

Turn the SURROUND mode off

(

page 18).

TEST

[BI-AMP] lights when the function is on.

VOL

To make bi-amp settings

(

page 28).

TV/AV

Note

are using DVD 6CH input

(

below).

Digital

DVD analogue 6CH

Connect your DVD equipment with an HDMI cable (

page 5) or with a coaxial cable through the DIGITAL IN COAXIAL 1 terminal (

pages 6 and 7).

Preparation

Connect through the DVD 6CH IN terminals (

page 8).

Switch on SPEAKERS A or BI-WIRE.

Select “DVD” as input (

page 18).

Press and hold

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

until

“DVD 6CH” appears on the display.

If you are using a DVD recorder

You cannot switch to DVD

6CH input if “DVR” is the input source, so connect your recorder through the DVD 6CH

IN terminals and select “DVD” as the input source if you want to listen to DVD-Audio.

Note

“Level” settings (

pages 14 and

17) made on this unit, except for subwoofer level, are ineffective.

To cancel, press and hold until

“DVD” appears on the display.

2-channel analogue

This mode lets you enjoy the highquality stereo sound available with

DVD-Audio recorded with a sampling frequency of 192 kHz.

1.

2.

Cancel

“DVD 6CH” if necessary (

above).

In INPUT MODE, fix input to analogue (

page 28).

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Using HDAVI Control

TM

HDAVI Control

This convenient feature links control of your receiver and your other Panasonic home theater equipment. VIERA televisions and

DIGA DVD recorders connected with an HDMI cable can be controlled in this way. For details, refer to the operating instructions of your other equipment.

Preparation

1. Connect your other Panasonic home theater equipment (HDAVI Control compatible VIERA television or DIGA DVD recorder) with an HDMI cable (

page 5).

(Cables that do not meet the HDMI specifications are not compatible with this feature. Use a Panasonic HDMI cable for best results.)

2. Read your television’s operating instructions and make the settings necessary to activate the HDAVI Control.

3. Switch on all your equipment, then switch your television off then on again and check that images from DIGA appear correctly.

(Do this whenever you change connections or settings.)

Rear panel

TV (VIERA)

TV HDMI

(AV IN)

DIGITAL AUDIO

OUT (OPTICAL)

FM ANT

DIGITAL IN

AM ANT

LOOP ANT

GND

OUT

S VIDEO

(DVD RECORDER) IN

DVD HDMI

(AV OUT)

DVD recorder

(DIGA)

(TV/STB)

OPTICAL1

(DVD RECORDER) (DVD PLAYER) (CD)

OPTICAL2 COAXIAL1 COAXIAL2

OUT

TV MONITOR

IN

DVD PLAYER

IN

DVD RECORDER

IN

TV/STB

OUT IN

TV MONITOR DVD PLAYER

• To take advantage of the multi-channel sounds now available with digital television, use a digital connection if your TV has a digital output terminal.

RECEIVER

AV

One-touch Home Theater

TV

RECORDER

DVD

TUNER

BAND

CD VCR

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

ONE T

OUCH PLAY

Point the remote control at your DIGA DVD recorder and press [ONE

TOUCH PLAY].

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

0

-/--

CH

VOLUME

1.

2.

3.

Your DIGA switches on. Play starts if there is a disc in the tray. If a disc is not in the tray, DIGA plays the television program last recorded to the hard disk.

Your VIERA switches on and input switches.

This unit switches on, input switches to “DVR”, and multi-channel play starts.

Press [+ VOLUME -] to adjust the volume.

You can also adjust the volume with VIERA’s remote control.

(An indicator appears on the television showing that you are adjusting this unit’s volume.)

If the beginning of the program is cut off, press [u SKIP] to skip back to the beginning.

SKIP SLOW/SEARCH

STOP PAUSE PLAY

DRIVE SELECT DVD RECORDER MANUAL SKIP

T

O

P

M

E

N

U

N

AV

IG

AT

O

R

ONE

TOUCH PLAY

ENTER

FU

N

T

C

IO

For your reference

If you switch your VIERA off, this unit also switches off (unless you have changed the input source to

“TUNER” or “CD”).

VIERA’s speakers start to output the audio instead if you switch this unit off. If you then switch this unit on again, audio output switches back to this unit.

If this unit is off and you switch the setting on your VIERA so that audio is output from a connected receiver, this unit switches on and starts to output the audio.

Multi-channel audio for your VIERA

SUB MENU RETURN

Connect your VIERA’s digital output terminal to the DIGITAL IN OPTICAL 1 terminal on this unit (

page 9).

Refer to your VIERA’s operating instructions and make the settings necessary to switch audio output from VIERA’s speakers to speakers connected to this unit.

The input source on this unit switches to “TV” if you select a channel or otherwise operate the television (

page 34).

To turn off HDAVI Control, “HDMI settings”,

page 29.

SFC

MUSIC MOVIE

AUTO

TEST

MUTING

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Surround sound

There are various modes you can use to add surround effects or play stereo through more than just the normal two speakers.

RECEIVER

AV

SYSTEM

TV

RECORDER

DVD

TUNER

BAND

CD VCR

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

0

-/--

CH

VOLUME

SKIP SLOW/SEARCH

STOP PAUSE PLAY

DRIVE SELECT DVD RECORDER MANUAL SKIP

T

O

P

M

E

N

U

AV

N

IG

AT

O

R

ONE

TOUCH PLAY

ENTER

FU

C

N

IO

T

SUB MENU RETURN

OFF

SUBWOOFER

DIMMER

LEVEL EFFECT

TV

VOL

NEO : 6 TV/AV

SFC

MUSIC MOVIE

AUTO

TEST MUTING

Note

You may be unable to use some of these surround effects with some sources.

These settings are saved even if you turn the unit off.

Dolby Pro Logic

ΙΙx

This feature adds surround effects to stereo sources.

It can also expand 5.1-channel Dolby Digital and DTS so that you can hear them through 7.1 channels (when you have connected 2 surround back speakers) or 6.1 channels (when you have connected 1 surround back speaker).

Use this mode when playing Dolby Digital Surround EX to make effective use of the surround back channel.

Press to select one of the following modes.

(Movie)

Use this mode when playing movie software, especially if it is recorded in

Dolby Surround.

If you have connected two surround back speakers, their output will be in stereo.

This is the factory setting.

This mode is effective on music sources.

(Music)

(Dolby Digital EX)

(Game)

Use this mode when playing movie software, especially if it is recorded in

Dolby Digital EX format.

It is effective on multi-channel sources.

If you have connected two surround back speakers, output from them will be monaural.

• If you have connected one surround back speaker, the “

PL

ΙΙx” indicator goes out and either “ DIGITAL EX” or “ EX” lights instead.

Enjoy gaming with more impact.

This mode is effective on stereo sources.

You cannot use this mode unless you have connected both surround speakers and surround back speakers (

pages 13 and 14 to 17). Make sure you have also set these speakers as present in “Speaker and size settings” (

page 27).

To cancel, press OFF

Adjusting the Dolby Pro Logic

ΙΙx “MUSIC” mode

You can make the following adjustments in stereo sources.

(Dimension Control)

(Center Width Control)

(Panorama)

You can make up for differences in the output level of the front and surround speakers.

Press

EFFECT

to select “DIMEN”, then press adjust the level.

Adjustment range: -3 (emphasis on the surround speakers) to +3

(emphasis on the front speakers)

Factory setting:

0

to

This is an overall adjustment for the front and center speakers to achieve a more natural sound.

Press

EFFECT

to select “C-WIDTH”, then press adjust the level.

Adjustment range:

0 (for a distinct center) to 7 (for a broad center)

Factory setting:

3

to

This mode spreads sound out to envelope you in music.

EFFECT

Press to select “PANORAMA”, then press to select “ON” or “OFF”.

Factory setting:

OFF

RECEIVER

AV

SYSTEM

TUNER

BAND

CD

TV

RECORDER

DVD

VCR

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

CH

VOLUME

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

0

-/--

SKIP SLOW/SEARCH

STOP PAUSE PLAY

DRIVE SELECT DVD RECORDER MANUAL SKIP

T

O

P

M

E

N

U

AV

N

IG

AT

O

R

ONE

TOUCH PLAY

ENTER

FU

C

N

IO

T

SUB MENU RETURN

OFF

SUBWOOFER TV

DIMMER

LEVEL EFFECT

VOL

NEO : 6 TV/AV

SFC

MUSIC MOVIE

AUTO

TEST MUTING

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Dolby Pro Logic

ΙΙx

This feature adds surround effects to stereo sources.

It can also expand 5.1-channel Dolby Digital and DTS so that you can hear them through 7.1 channels (when you have connected 2 surround back speakers) or 6.1 channels (when you have connected 1 surround back speaker).

Use this mode when playing Dolby Digital Surround EX to make effective use of the surround back channel.

Press to select one of the following modes.

(Movie)

Use this mode when playing movie software, especially if it is recorded in

Dolby Surround.

If you have connected two surround back speakers, their output will be in stereo.

This is the factory setting.

This mode is effective on music sources.

(Music)

(Dolby Digital EX)

(Game)

Use this mode when playing movie software, especially if it is recorded in

Dolby Digital EX format.

It is effective on multi-channel sources.

If you have connected two surround back speakers, output from them will be monaural.

• If you have connected one surround back speaker, the “

PL

ΙΙx” indicator goes out and either “ DIGITAL EX” or “ EX” lights instead.

Enjoy gaming with more impact.

This mode is effective on stereo sources.

You cannot use this mode unless you have connected both surround speakers and surround back speakers (

pages 13 and 14 to 17). Make sure you have also set these speakers as present in “Speaker and size settings” (

page 27).

To cancel, press

RECEIVER

AV

SYSTEM

TUNER

BAND

CD

TV

RECORDER

DVD

VCR

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

0

-/--

CH

VOLUME

SKIP SLOW/SEARCH

STOP PAUSE PLAY

DRIVE SELECT DVD RECORDER MANUAL SKIP

T

O

P

M

E

N

U

AV

N

IG

AT

O

R

ONE

TOUCH PLAY

ENTER

FU

C

N

IO

T

SUB MENU RETURN

OFF

SUBWOOFER

DIMMER

LEVEL EFFECT

TV

VOL

NEO : 6 TV/AV

SFC

MUSIC MOVIE

AUTO

TEST MUTING

NEO:6

This feature adds surround effects to stereo sources.

It can also expand 5.1-channel Dolby Digital and DTS so that you can hear them through 6.1 channels.

Press

NEO : 6

to select one of the following modes.

(Cinema)

Use this mode when playing movies.

This mode is effective on music sources.

(Music)

For 2-channel Dolby Digital and DTS sources with matrix-encoded multi-channel audio, use

“CINEMA”. For simple stereo sources, use “MUSIC”.

To cancel, press

OFF

Adjusting the NEO:6 “MUSIC” mode

(Center Image

Control)

This is an overall adjustment for the front and center speakers to achieve a more natural sound.

Press

EFFECT

to select “C-IMAGE”, then press adjust the level.

Adjustment range:

0 (for a distinct center) to 5 (for a broad center)

Factory setting:

2

to

Note

There will be no output from the subwoofer when using

NEO:6 on stereo sources and you have set all of your speakers to “LARGE” in

“Speaker and size settings”

(

page 27).

You may be unable to use some of these surround effects with some sources.

These settings are saved even if you turn the unit off.

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Surround sound

There are various modes you can use to add surround effects or play stereo through more than just the normal two speakers.

RECEIVER

AV

SYSTEM

TUNER

BAND

CD

TV

VCR

RECORDER

DVD

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

SFC (Sound Field Control)

Use SFC modes to add realism and depth to Dolby Digital, DTS, PCM, and analogue stereo sources.

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

0

-/--

CH

VOLUME

SKIP SLOW/SEARCH

STOP PAUSE PLAY

DRIVE SELECT DVD RECORDER MANUAL SKIP

TO

P

M

EN

U

AV

TN

IGA

TO

R

ONE T

OUCH PLAY

ENTER

FU

NC

TIO

This mode is effective on music sources.

(Music)

Press

MUSIC

SFC

to select one of the following modes

You can also press

or

to select the modes after you have pressed

MUSIC

SFC

(Live)

Adds reverberation and depth that makes you feel like you were in a concert hall.

Suitable for pop and rock.

(Pop/rock)

SUB MENU RETURN

OFF

SUBWOOFER

DIMMER

LEVEL EFFECT

TV

VOL

NEO : 6

SFC

MUSIC MOVIE

AUTO

TEST

TV/AV

MUTING

For adding gloss to vocals.

(Vocal)

Adds the reverberations you would experience in an intimate jazz club.

(Jazz)

Adds the echoes and feeling of space you would experience in a dance hall.

(Dance)

(Party)

To cancel, press

OFF

This mode uses all available speakers so that sound is in stereo regardless of the direction you are facing, and is useful at parties where listeners are spread out.

(Movie)

Press

SFC

MOVIE

Use this mode when playing movies.

to select one of the following modes

You can also press

or

to select the modes after you have pressed

SFC

MOVIE

For dramas and other material where dialogue is important.

(Drama)

For action movies and other material where impact is important.

(Action)

To make you feel like you were in the stadium.

(Sports)

Makes you feel like you are in a theater.

(Musical)

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(Game)

To cancel, press

OFF

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SFC (Sound Field Control)

Use SFC modes to add realism and depth to Dolby Digital, DTS, PCM, and analogue stereo sources.

This mode is effective on music sources.

(Music)

Press to select one of the following modes

or

You can also press

(Live)

to select the modes after you have pressed

Adds reverberation and depth that makes you feel like you were in a concert hall.

Suitable for pop and rock.

(Pop/rock)

For adding gloss to vocals.

(Vocal)

Adds the reverberations you would experience in an intimate jazz club.

(Jazz)

Adds the echoes and feeling of space you would experience in a dance hall.

(Dance)

(Party)

To cancel, press

This mode uses all available speakers so that sound is in stereo regardless of the direction you are facing, and is useful at parties where listeners are spread out.

(Movie)

Press

Use this mode when playing movies.

to select one of the following modes

or

You can also press to select the modes after you have pressed

For dramas and other material where dialogue is important.

(Drama)

For action movies and other material where impact is important.

(Action)

To make you feel like you were in the stadium.

(Sports)

Makes you feel like you are in a theater.

(Musical)

Enjoy gaming with more impact.

(Game)

To cancel, press

Adjusting SFC (Sound Field Control)

Adjusting the output level

Press

LEVEL

to select the speaker you want to adjust, then press to adjust the level.

C (center), RS (surround right), SBR (surround back right), SBL (surround back left), (SB when you have connected only one surround back speaker),

LS (surround left)

Adjustment range:

-20 dB to +10 dB

Factory setting:

0 dB

SUBW (Subwoofer)

Adjustment range:

--- (off), MIN (minimum), 1 to 29, MAX (maximum)

Factory setting:

20

Adjusting the effect level

EFFECT

Press , then press to adjust the level.

Adjustment range: EFFECT 1 (minimum) to EFFECT 10 (maximum)

Factory setting:

EFFECT 5

You cannot adjust the effect level in the “PARTY” mode (

page 24).

Note

In

“PARTY” mode, you can only adjust the subwoofer output level (

page 17).

You can only adjust speakers if you have connected them (

pages 13, and 14 to 17) and set them as present (“Speaker and size settings”,

page

27).

You may be unable to use some of these surround effects with some sources.

These settings are saved even if you turn the unit off.

You cannot use SFC modes unless you have connected center or surround speakers.

When in

“PARTY” mode and you have connected a single surround back speaker (the left surround back speaker), there will be no sound from that speaker unless you have also connected a center speaker. Similarly, there will be no sound from your center speaker unless you have also connected a surround back speaker (the left surround back speaker).

There may be some distortion with some input sources and modes. Reduce the effect level (

above), or choose another mode.

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Receiver settings

Basic operations

AUTO

SPEAKER SETUP

ADVANCED

DUAL AMP BI-AMP

A

SPEAKERS

B SURROUND

AUTO DETECTOR

AUX

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

TUNE

SETUP MIC

HDMI

MENU

SETUP

RETURN

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

VOLUME

1

2

Enter the setup menu.

Press and hold

MENU

SETUP

for about 2 seconds.

RETURN

Select the item you want to change.

INPUT SELECTOR

2a

Turn to select the item.

Refer to pages 27, 28, and 29 for each item settings.

For

“REMOTE 1”, refer to page 37 to change the remote control code.

ENTER

Press to confirm.

INPUT SELECTOR

2b

3

Turn

ENTER

to select a sub-item.

Press to confirm.

Change the setting.

INPUT SELECTOR

Turn to change the setting.

ENTER

Press to confirm.

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4

Exit the menu.

MENU

SETUP

Press

RETURN

repeatedly until “EXIT” appears.

ENTER

Press to confirm.

The previous display reappears.

You can also turn [INPUT SELECTOR] to select “EXIT”.

To return to the previous display/To cancel

MENU

SETUP

Press

RETURN

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RETURN

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

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2a

Select and confirm.

2b

Select the speaker you want to set and confirm.

3

Change the setting and confirm.

Speaker and size settings

Set the speakers and their sizes.

Different speakers play different ranges. Change the size setting to achieve a satisfactory bass.

Only change this setting if auto speaker setup has not produced a satisfactory result.

When you have set the front speakers (LR) as “LARGE”

The subwoofer outputs bass even when you are playing analogue or PCM stereo sources.

The sound recorded for the LFE (low frequency effect) channel is played through the subwoofer.

For your reference

The

“SMALL” setting allows you to set the low pass filter to suit the frequency range of your speakers. (

below)

The following settings are automatic:

“SUBW”

(subwoofer) is set to

“YES” if you set

“LR” (front) to “SMALL”. “LR” is set to

“LARGE” if you set “SUBW” to “NO”.

“SB” (surround back) have the same size setting as

“S” (surround).

SUBW:

Subwoofer

LR:

Front speakers

C:

S:

SB:

Center speaker

Surround speakers

Surround back speakers

SUBW (Subwoofer)

NO: Unconnected YES : Connected

(factory setting)

LR (Front), C (Center), S (Surround)

NONE: Speakers not connected (center or surround)

SMALL : Speakers that cannot adequately reproduce the bass range (sufficient for most speakers when using a subwoofer)

(factory setting).

LARGE: Speakers that can reproduce a full sound range, down to 20 Hz.

SB (Surround back)

NONE: Not connected

1-SPK: 1 connected

2-SPK : 2 connected (factory setting)

RETURN (Returns to the main menu)

2a Select and confirm.

Distance

Enter the distance of the speakers from the seating position so that the sound from all the speakers (except for the subwoofer) reaches you at the same time.

2b

Select the speaker you want to set and confirm.

m

3

Select the distance and confirm.

m

L, R: Front speakers C: Center speaker

LS, RS: Surround speakers SBL, SBR: Surround back speakers

Adjustment range: 0.5 m to 15.0 m

Factory settings:

L, R (Front), C (Center)

LS, RS (Surround), SBL, SBR (Surround back)

3.0 m

1.5 m

Note

“OVER” appears if a speaker was detected as being more than 15.0 m away during auto speaker setup.

YES: You have bi-wired your front speakers

NO: You have not bi-wired your front speakers

Factory setting:

NO

LR BI-WIRE setting

Change this setting if you have bi-wired your front speakers

(

page 13).

2a Select and confirm.

3

Select and confirm.

Low-pass filter

Only necessary if you have set speaker size to

“SMALL”

(

above).

Small speakers are unable to reproduce the bass range adequately, so set the filter to match the range of your speakers so that more bass is output from the subwoofer.

Only change this setting if auto speaker setup has not produced a satisfactory result.

2a

Select and confirm.

3

Select the cut-off frequency and confirm.

For your reference

The filter applies to any speakers you have set as

“SMALL”.

The settings are

80 Hz, 100 Hz, 120 Hz,

140 Hz, 160 Hz, 180 Hz, and 200 Hz.

Factory setting:

100

Polarity

2a Select and confirm.

Auto Setup

Reset the settings done in auto speaker setup.

Choose whether to check speaker polarity during auto speaker setup.

(If polarity is reversed, a minus sign

(-) appears besides the distance reading, for example,

“L 3.0 -”

to show that polarity has been corrected.)

Reset

2a

Select and confirm.

2b

Select and confirm.

3

Select and confirm.

YES: Reset all auto speaker setup settings

NO: To cancel

Factory setting:

NO

2b

Select and confirm.

3

Select and confirm.

CHECK NO: Do not check polarity

CHECK YES: To check polarity

Factory setting:

CHECK YES

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Receiver settings

INPUT SELECTOR

AUTO

SPEAKER SETUP

ADVANCED

DUAL AMP BI-AMP HDMI

VOLUME

MENU

SETUP

A

SPEAKERS

B

SURROUND

AUTO DETECTOR

AUX

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

TUNE

SETUP MIC

MENU

SETUP

RETURN

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

RETURN

page 26 for basic operations

Digital input settings

2a

Select and confirm.

Change these settings to suit the connections you have made to the digital input terminals

(

pages 6, 7, 9, and 10).

You cannot allocate more than one terminal per input.

Therefore, if you change the setting for “DVD” to “OPT 1”, digital input for DVD input will be only through the OPTICAL 1 terminal.

2b

Select the equipment and confirm.

3 Change the digital input setting and confirm.

Repeat 2b and 3 to change other settings.

TV:

DVR:

DVD:

CD:

ENTER

Television

DVD recorder

DVD player

CD player

Factory setting:

TV: OPT1 (OPTICAL 1)

DVR:

DVD:

CD:

OPT2 (OPTICAL 2)

COAX1 (COAXIAL 1)

COAX2 (COAXIAL 2)

Input signal

This unit automatically detects whether input is digital or analogue, but you can fix the input mode.

Select

“AUTO” if it isn’t necessary to fix a certain signal.

2a

2b

Select and confirm.

Select the equipment and confirm.

3 Select the setting and confirm.

Repeat 2b and

3

to change other settings.

PCM FIX mode

• In rare cases, the unit may have trouble

• recognizing the digital signals on discs. Use this mode if the beginnings of tracks are cut off when playing CDs.

Do not use this mode if the unit can handle audio

• from CDs normally.

When PCM FIX mode is on, the unit cannot process other signals. Choose another mode if

PCM FIX causes noise.

TV:

DVR:

DVD:

CD:

Television

DVD recorder

DVD player

CD player

AUTO: The unit automatically detects whether input is digital or analogue. (HDMI takes priority when input is digital.)

ANALOG:

Analogue input fixed

DIG: Digital input fixed

PCMFIX:

PCM (from CDs) digital input fixed

Factory setting:

TV, DVR, DVD, CD: AUTO

For your reference

“DIGITAL INPUT” lights after fixing digital input.

“PCM” lights if you select the PCM FIX mode.

“PCM FIX” flashes on the display if you input any signal other than PCM after you have set the PCM FIX mode.

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Balance

2 Select and confirm.

Bi-amp settings

This option appears after you have set “LR BI-WIRE setting” to

“YES” (

page 27).

Adjust high frequency (HF) and low frequency (LF) balance.

Correct HF and LF delay time.

2a Select and confirm.

3

Adjust and confirm.

Use the bar as a guide.

LF: low frequency

HF: high frequency

Delay time

Speaker

(cross section of a speaker)

Difference

2 Select and confirm.

2a

Select and confirm.

3

Adjust and confirm.

cm

Adjustment range: 0 to 30 cm

Adjust in 1-cm increments.

Factory setting: 0 cm

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page 26 for basic operations

Selecting Input

2a

Select and confirm.

Standby selection

2a

Select and confirm.

HDAVI Control

2a Select and confirm.

HDMI settings

Specify the DVD equipment you have connected to the HDMI terminal.

To reduce standby power consumption.

Choice for turning off the HDAVI

Control (

page 21).

2b

3

Select and confirm.

Select the equipment and confirm.

DVR: You have connected a DVD recorder (factory setting)

DVD: You have connected a DVD player

2b

3

Select and confirm.

Select and confirm.

OFF: Standby power consumption reduced (approximately 0.35

W).

• Signals from DVD

• equipment cannot pass through HDMI connection to the television when the unit is in standby (

page 5).

HDAVI Control (

page 21) does not work when the unit is in standby.

ON:

Normal standby power consumption (factory setting)

2b

Select and confirm.

3

3

Select and confirm.

OFF: HDAVI Control is OFF

ON:

HDAVI Control is ON (factory setting)

Turning the

ADVANCED DUAL

AMP off

2

Select and confirm.

3

Select and confirm.

OFF: The Advance Dual Amp is off

AUTO: The Advanced Dual Amp works when possible

Factory setting:

AUTO

Clear audio at low volume

Set the dynamic range (the difference between the loudest and softest sounds) compression for Dolby Digital. Use this function when you have to turn the volume down, such as late at night. It compresses the dynamic range so that you can still hear dialogue and leave the sound field unaffected.

2

Select and confirm.

3

Select a level and confirm.

Note

This function depends on the disc so it may not work at times.

Attenuating analogue input

Analogue input can cause distortion and the “OVERFLOW” warning to appear on the display.

Turn the attenuator on if this occurs.

Delaying audio

Delay audio if there appears to be a difference in timing between audio and pictures.

2 Select and confirm.

3 Select and confirm.

Select “OFF” to cancel.

2 Select and confirm.

3 Select and confirm.

Resetting factory settings

Do the necessary settings again after this.

OFF: Off

STANDARD: The level recommended by the producer of the software for household viewing.

MAX:

The maximum allowable compression

(recommended for night viewing)

Factory setting:

OFF

OFF: Off

ON:

On

Factory setting:

OFF

OFF: No delay

ON:

Audio delayed

Factory setting:

OFF

2 Select and confirm.

3 Select and confirm.

YES:

Reset all settings to those made in the factory

NO:

Cancel

Factory setting:

YES

Select “NO” to cancel.

Note

Input switches to TUNER after you select “YES”. (Preset channels remain intact.)

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Sound effects/Other functions

Basic operations

AUTO

SPEAKER SETUP

ADVANCED

DUAL AMP BI-AMP

A

SPEAKERS

B SURROUND

AUTO DETECTOR

AUX

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

TUNE

SETUP MIC

HDMI

MENU

SETUP

RETURN

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

VOLUME

RETURN

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

1

2

Enter the menu.

MENU

SETUP

Press

RETURN

Select the item you want to change.

INPUT SELECTOR

Turn to select the item.

ENTER

Press to confirm.

3

Change the setting.

INPUT SELECTOR

Turn to change the setting.

ENTER

Press to confirm.

4

Exit the menu.

MENU

SETUP

Press

RETURN

repeatedly until “EXIT” appears.

ENTER

Press to confirm.

The previous display reappears.

You can also turn [INPUT SELECTOR] to select “EXIT”.

To return to the previous display/To cancel

MENU

SETUP

Press

RETURN

RECEIVER

AV

SYSTEM

TUNER

BAND

CD

TV

RECORDER

DVD

VCR

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

CH

VOLUME

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

0

-/--

SKIP SLOW/SEARCH

STOP PAUSE PLAY

DRIVE SELECT DVD RECORDER MANUAL SKIP

T

O

P

M

E

N

U

N

AV

IG

AT

O

R

ONE

TOUCH PLAY

ENTER

FU

C

N

IO

T

SUB MENU RETURN

OFF

SUBWOOFER TV

DIMMER

LEVEL EFFECT

VOL

NEO : 6 TV/AV

SFC

MUSIC MOVIE

AUTO

TEST MUTING

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Sound effects

Adjusting the bass

2

Select and confirm.

3

Adjust and confirm.

Adjustment range: -10 dB to +10 dB

Factory setting: 0 dB

Adjusting the treble

2

Select and confirm.

3

Adjust and confirm.

2 Select and confirm.

3 Adjust and confirm.

Use the bar as a guide.

Adjustment range:

-10 dB to +10 dB

Factory setting:

0 dB

L: Front left

R: Front right

Note

You cannot adjust the balance when the

“PARTY” SFC mode is on (

page 24).

Adjusting front speaker balance

Adjusting the subwoofer level

Adjust the subwoofer level while listening to a source for a more or lesser bass.

Press

SUBWOOFER

to select a level.

Factory setting:

SUBW 20

There is no output from the subwoofer if you select ---”.

Adjustment range: --- (off),

MIN (minimum), 5, 10, 15, 20,

25, MAX (maximum)

Note

Sound can be distorted if you raise the volume while subwoofer level is high. Reduce subwoofer level if this occurs.

You can also make fine adjustments to subwoofer level (“Speaker output and level”,

page 17).

Other functions

Selecting audio channels

“DUAL PRG” appears on the display when the unit is receiving a signal with dual audio channels.

2

Select and confirm.

You can switch between the main and secondary audio soundtracks of Dolby Digital or DTS sources.

3

Select the audio track and confirm.

MAIN: Main audio channel (factory setting)

SAP: Second audio program

M+S: Main and second channel

2 Select and confirm.

Adjusting the dimness of the display

Dim the display for better viewing in a darkened room.

3

Select a level and confirm.

Sleep timer

The sleep timer turns the unit off after a set time.

It does not control any other components.

Muting

Adjustment range:

DIMMER 1 (bright) to DIMMER 3 (dim)

Factory setting:

OFF

• To return to the normal brightness, select

“DIMMER OFF”.

Press

DIMMER

The display dims to the level you have selected.

Press again to cancel.

2

3

Select and confirm.

Select the time and confirm.

Times available:

30, 60, 90, 120 (minutes)

Factory setting:

OFF

“SLEEP” lights when the timer is set.

To check the setting:

Select

SLEEP” again in Step 2.

To change a setting:

Repeat the procedure from the beginning.

Press

MUTING

“MUTING IS ON” scrolls across the display while output is muted.

Press again to cancel.

Muting also cancels when you adjust the volume or switch the unit to standby.

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The radio

TUNE

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INPUT SELECTOR

2

AUTO

SPEAKER SETUP

ADVANCED

DUAL AMP BI-AMP

A

SPEAKERS

B SURROUND

AUTO DETECTOR

AUX

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

TUNE

SETUP MIC

INPUT SELECTOR

Basic operations

HDMI

MENU

SETUP

RETURN

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

VOLUME

ENTER

Turn to select.

Manual tuning

On the remote control (Direct tuning)

Input the frequency of the station.

1

Select “TUNER”.

Press

TUNER

BAND

Select “FM” or “AM”.

Press and hold

TUNER

BAND

for 2 seconds.

RETURN

ENTER

RECEIVER

AV

SYSTEM

TUNER

BAND

CD

TV

RECORDER

DVD

VCR

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

0

CH

Press to confirm.

MENU

SETUP

RETURN

To return to the previous menu/To cancel

-/--

VOLUME

SKIP SLOW/SEARCH

STOP PAUSE PLAY

DRIVE SELECT DVD RECORDER MANUAL SKIP

On the main unit

1

ONE

TOUCH PLAY

T

O

P

M

E

N

U

AV

N

IG

AT

O

R

Select “TUNER FM” or “TUNER AM”.

INPUT SELECTOR

FU

N

T

C

IO

SUB MENU RETURN

Turn

OFF

SUBWOOFER

DIMMER

TV

LEVEL EFFECT

VOL

2

Tune to the station.

TUNE

Press

NEO : 6

SFC

MUSIC MOVIE

TV/AV

AUTO

TEST

MUTING

Automatic tuning

Press and hold [TUNE 2 or 1] until the frequency starts scrolling to start automatic tuning. (Tuning stops when a station is found or when there is interference.)

3

Press

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

4

Press the numbered buttons to enter the frequency.

Press

0 e.g. to select 107.90 MHz, press [1]

→ [0] → [7] → [9]

→ [0]

If you do not press a button while the cursor is flashing, the display returns to the frequency being received.

If the frequency has not been input correctly,

“ERROR” will be displayed.

“TUNED” lights when a station is tuned.

“ST” lights when a stereo FM broadcast is tuned.

Improving reception

DVD recorders and DVD players can interfere with radio reception.

Turn the DVD recorder and the DVD player off or move it further away from the AM loop antenna if this occurs.

To change the AM frequency step

1.

2.

3.

4.

If the correct AM frequency cannot be tuned in, change the frequency step to suit your area.

Preparation: Press [-MENU, –SETUP, RETURN] to enter the menu.

Select “TUNER” and confirm.

Select “AM STEP” and confirm.

Select “AM STEP 9 kHz” or “AM STEP 10 kHz” and confirm.

Press [-MENU, –SETUP, RETURN] twice to select “EXIT” and press [ENTER].

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Preset tuning

Preset channels to make selection simpler.

Even if the AC mains lead is disconnected from the household mains socket, the stations remain in the memory for approximately two weeks.

Presetting stations

Auto presetting

The FM stations the unit can receive are preset in channels

1 to 30. The AM stations the unit can receive are preset in channels 21 to 30 (FM stations are replaced if any were preset in these channels).

1. Tune to the frequency where you want to begin

(

page 32).

Tune to FM 87.50 MHz or AM 522 kHz (9 kHz steps),

AM 530 kHz (10 kHz steps) to start from the lowest frequency.

2. Enter the menu

MENU

SETUP

Press

RETURN

3. Select “TUNER” and confirm.

4. Select “AUTO MEMO” and confirm.

5. Select “START” and press [ENTER].

Select

“CANCEL” to cancel.

• During automatic presetting, the memory indicator (

M

) flashes and the frequency scrolls. The memory indicator

• and channel numbers are displayed for a second when a station is preset.

The last station to be preset is played when presetting finishes.

Stations may not preset correctly if broadcasts are too strong or weak. Preset manually if this is the case.

Manual presetting

Preset the stations one at a time.

1. Tune to the station (

page 32).

2. Enter the menu.

MENU

SETUP

Press

RETURN

3. Select “TUNER” and confirm.

4. Select “MEMORY” and confirm.

5. Select a channel number and press [ENTER].

“STORED” is displayed.

• To preset other channels, repeat from step 1.

6. Press [-MENU, –SETUP, RETURN] twice to select “EXIT” and press [ENTER].

You can also preset FM stations in the MONO mode (

below).

Selecting channels

On the remote control

Select the channel.

CH

• Press the numbered buttons to select the channel.

0

-/--

To select a two digit number e.g. 21: [

10, -/--]

→ [2] → [1]

On the main unit

1. Enter the menu.

MENU

SETUP

Press

RETURN

2. Select “TUNER” and confirm.

3. Select “TUNE MODE” and confirm.

4. Select “PRESET” and confirm.

5. Press [-MENU, –SETUP, RETURN] twice to select “EXIT” and press [ENTER].

6. Select the channel.

TUNE

Press

• Press and hold to change channels faster.

Select “MANUAL” in step 4 to tune manually again

(

page 32).

Reducing excessive noise (on the main unit)

Preparation: Press [-MENU, –SETUP, RETURN] to enter the menu.

During FM stereo reception

You can improve FM reception by switching reception to monaural.

1. Select “TUNER” and confirm.

2. Select “FM MODE” and confirm.

3. Select “MONO” and confirm.

“MONO” lights.

To return to normal reception, select

4. Press [-MENU, –SETUP, RETURN] twice to select “EXIT” and press [ENTER].

“AUTO”.

During AM reception

When there is a lot of noise interference with an AM broadcast, try switching to this mode.

1. Select “TUNER” and confirm.

2. Select “BEAT PROOF” and confirm.

3. Select “MODE 1” or “MODE 2” and confirm.

4. Press [-MENU, –SETUP, RETURN] twice to select

“EXIT” and press [ENTER].

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RDS broadcasts

INPUT SELECTOR

AUTO

SPEAKER SETUP

ADVANCED

DUAL AMP BI-AMP

AUTO DETECTOR

SURROUND

AUX

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

TUNE

SETUP MIC

RETURN

HDMI

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

INPUT SELECTOR

Basic operations

ENTER

VOLUME

MENU

SETUP

RETURN

ENTER

Turn to select.

Press to confirm.

MENU

SETUP

RETURN

To return to the previous menu/To cancel

PTY displays

NEWS

CHILDREN

SOCIAL A

RELIGION

PHONE IN

TRAVEL

LEISURE

JAZZ

COUNTRY

NATIONAL

OLDIES

FOLK M

DOCUMENT

TEST

ALARM

AFFAIRS

INFO

SPORT

EDUCATE

DRAMA

CULTURE

SCIENCE

VARIED

POP M

ROCK M

M. O. R. M

LIGHT M

CLASSICS

OTHER M

WEATHER

FINANCE

News

Current affairs

Information

Sport

Education

Drama

Culture

Science

Varied

Pop music

Rock music

Middle-of-the-road Music

Light classical

Serious classical

Other music

Weather information

Finance

Children

Social affairs

Religion

Phone in

Travel

Leisure

Jazz music

Country music

National music

Oldies

Folk music

Documentary

Test broadcast

Emergency announcement

Changing the display

This unit can display the text data transmitted by the radio data system (RDS) available in some areas.

RDS

” lights while RDS signals are being received.

RDS displays may not be available if reception is poor.

1. Press [-MENU, –SETUP, RETURN] to enter the menu.

2. Select “TUNER” and confirm.

3. Select “RDS DISP” and confirm.

4. Select the display mode and confirm.

FREQUENCY: Frequency display

PS DISP: Program service, the station name

PTY DISP: Program type

5. Press [-MENU, –SETUP, RETURN] twice to select “EXIT” and press [ENTER].

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Using the remote control with other equipment

This remote control can operate Panasonic televisions, DVD recorders, DVD players, VCRs, and CD players. Note that this remote control cannot operate some equipment. For details about the operations, refer to your equipment’s operating instructions.

You may need to enter a code to operate some equipment

(

page 37).

Point the remote control at the equipment you want to operate.

Television

RECEIVER

AV

SYSTEM

TUNER

BAND

CD

TV

VCR

RECORDER

DVD

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

CH

To switch the unit’s input to

“TV”/To switch the remote control to the TV operation mode

TV

Do this before trying to operate the television.

AV

SYSTEM

-/--

VOLUME

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

0

SKIP SLOW/SEARCH

STOP PAUSE PLAY

DRIVE SELECT DVD RECORDER

TO

P

M

EN

U

AV

TN

IGA

TO

R

ONE T

OUCH PLAY

ENTER

MANUAL SKIP

FU

NC

TIO

To switch the television on or off

To switch the television’s input mode

To adjust the television’s volume

TV/AV

TV

VOL

SUB MENU RETURN

OFF

SUBWOOFER

DIMMER

LEVEL EFFECT

TV

VOL

NEO : 6

SFC

MUSIC MOVIE

AUTO

TEST

TV/AV

MUTING

Select the channel

To change channels sequentially

CH

To select a channel directly

0

-/--

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Using the remote control with other equipment

Point the remote control at the equipment you want to operate.

RECEIVER

AV

SYSTEM

TV

RECORDER

DVD

DVD recorder/DVD player

TUNER

BAND

CD VCR

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

CH

To switch the unit’s input to “DVR” or “DVD”/To switch the remote control to the DVD recorder or

DVD player operation mode

RECORDER

DVD

Do this before trying to operate the

DVD recorder.

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

SKIP SLOW/SEARCH

STOP PAUSE PLAY

DRIVE SELECT DVD RECORDER

TO

P

M

EN

U

AV

TN

IGA

TO

R

ONE T

OUCH PLAY

ENTER

MANUAL SKIP

FU

NC

TIO

SUB MENU

0

-/--

VOLUME

RETURN

To switch the DVD recorder/DVD player on or off

To skip a track or chapter

To search through the disc

Slow-motion

AV

SYSTEM

SKIP

SLOW/SEARCH

PAUSE

SLOW/SEARCH

To confirm selection of an item

For selecting tracks and chapters directly

To pause

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

Do this before trying to operate the

DVD player.

ENTER

0

You may have to then press [ENTER] on some models.

-/--

PAUSE

SUBWOOFER TV

OFF

DIMMER

LEVEL EFFECT VOL

Before using this remote

TV/AV

recorder

SFC AUTO

MUSIC MOVIE TEST MUTING

code in the remote control to match the remote control

mode of the DVD recorder.

To start play

To show the direct navigator or top menu

PLAY

T

O

P

M

E

N

U

N

AV

IG

AT

O

R

Frame-by-frame

SUB MENU

Preparation: Check the remote control mode of your DVD recorder. Read its operating instructions for details.

1.

2.

Press [DVD

RECORDER].

While pressing [ENTER], press and hold [1],

[2], or [3] for about 2 seconds.

The remote control code switches to 1, 2, or 3, depending on which numbered button you pressed.

The factory setting is “1”.

To show sub menus

To show the FUNCTIONS window (while stopped)

To return to the previous screen

To navigate through menus

FU

N

T

C

IO

RETURN

Use these buttons to select items after pressing [DIRECT

NAVIGATOR,

TOP MENU], [S,

SUB MENU], or

[FUNCTIONS].

To skip ahead 30 seconds

(For DVD recorder only)

To switch the DVD recorder’s drive (HDD, disc, and SD) (For DVD recorder only)

Select the channel (For

DVD recorder only)

If you are unable to switch the drives on the DVD recorder

The DVD recorder is not responding to the signal from the remote control.

Do the following to change the signal, then try switching drives again.

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

To stop play

To specify a disc (5-disc changer only) (For DVD player only)

1.

2.

Press [DVD

RECORDER].

While pressing [ENTER], press and hold [8] for about 2 seconds.

To restore the original signal:

In step 2, while pressing

[ENTER], press and hold [9] for about 2 seconds.

Note

[FUNCTIONS] activates display functions on some of the Panasonic DVD players.

PAUSE

MANUAL SKIP

DRIVE SELECT

To change channels sequentially

CH

To select a channel directly

0

STOP

-/--

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Using the remote control with other equipment

Point the remote control at the equipment you want to operate.

VCR

RECEIVER

AV

SYSTEM

TUNER

BAND

CD

TV

RECORDER

DVD

VCR

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

CH

To switch the unit’s input to “VCR”/To switch the remote control to the VCR operation mode

VCR

Do this before trying to operate the VCR.

To switch the VCR on or off

AV

SYSTEM

CD player

To switch the unit’s input to “CD”/To switch the remote control to the CD player operation mode

CD

Do this before trying to operate the CD player.

To switch the CD player on or off

AV

SYSTEM

VOLUME

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

0

-/--

SKIP SLOW/SEARCH

STOP PAUSE PLAY

DRIVE SELECT DVD RECORDER MANUAL SKIP

T

O

P

M

E

N

U

AV

N

IG

AT

O

R

ONE

TOUCH PLAY

ENTER

FU

C

N

IO

T

SUB MENU RETURN

To start play

Fast-forward/rewind

To pause

PLAY

SLOW/SEARCH

PAUSE

To start play

To skip a track

To search through the disc

PLAY

SKIP

SLOW/SEARCH

OFF

SUBWOOFER TV

DIMMER

LEVEL EFFECT

VOL

NEO : 6 TV/AV

SFC

MUSIC MOVIE

AUTO

TEST MUTING

Select the channel

To change channels sequentially

CH

To select a channel directly

To pause

To specify a disc (3or 5-disc changer)

PAUSE

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

DISC

DIRECT TUNING

To stop play

0

-/--

STOP

To start play from a specified disc

[MEGA CD changer]

(holds more than 50 discs)

0

PLAY

To select a track directly

To stop play

0

-/--

STOP

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Changing the remote control code

Change the code if you find the remote control unintentionally also controls other

Panasonic equipment.

Do the following to set the remote control code and this unit’s remote control mode to the same one.

Enter a code to operate some equipment

This remote control can operate Panasonic and Technics audio-visual equipment that have remote control sensors. You may need to change the remote control code.

It can also operate some other brands of televisions, video cassette recorders, and DVD players. Check the table for the brand and enter the code as follows.

Changing the codes

INPUT SELECTOR

AUTO

SPEAKER SETUP

ADVANCED

DUAL AMP BI-AMP

A

SPEAKERS

B SURROUND

AUTO DETECTOR

AUX

S VIDEO IN VIDEO IN L AUDIO IN R

TUNE

SETUP MIC

RETURN

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

HDMI

MENU

SETUP

RETURN

INPUT SELECTOR

ENTER

VOLUME

ENTER

Basic operations

Turn to select.

Press to confirm.

To return to the previous menu/to cancel

RETURN

Change the main unit’s mode

1. Enter the SETUP menu.

MENU

SETUP

Press and hold seconds.

RETURN

for about 2

2. Select and press [ENTER].

3. Select and press [ENTER].

4. Press [-MENU, –SETUP, RETURN] twice to select “EXIT” and press

[ENTER].

Change the remote control’s code

5. Press

TUNER

BAND

6. While pressing

ENTER

, press and hold for about 2 seconds.

To restore the code to “1”

• On the main unit: In step 3, select

“1”.

On the remote control: In step 6, while pressing [ENTER], press and hold [1] for about 2 seconds.

TV VCR DVD player

TV

VCR

PLAYER

DVD

ANALOG 6CH

Press and hold the button corresponding to the equipment.

0 0

Enter the first digit.

Enter the second digit.

The remote control outputs the on/off signal.

If the code is correct, the equipment turns on or off.

If it doesn’t, try entering another code.

Note that this remote control cannot operate some equipment and that it may not be able to perform some operations.

Re-enter the codes after you change the batteries.

Code table

TV VCR

PANASONIC

01/29/30/31

AKAI

07/11/28/36/

37

ALBA

05/11/12

BAIRD

BAUR

32

BLAUPUNKT

28/36

BRANDT

26/41

BUSH

02/05/10/11/

12/32/38

DAEWOO

DENON

DUAL

FERGUSON

FINLUX

11/12/32

32

11/12

11/12/22/23/

24/25/40

01/29/30

06/08/16/17/

19/37

02/06/23

08/10/37

01/26/29/30/33

02/09/23

15

31

FISHER

FUNAI

37

02/38

GOLDSTAR

11/12

05/07/10/11/12

GOLDSTAR/LG

– 03/04/36/37

GOODMANS

11/12/25/32 02/03/18/23/

27/33

GO-VIDEO

GRUNDIG

28/36

02/23/26/28/

32/33

HCM

HITACHI

ICE

INNO HIT

ITT

ITT/NOKIA

JVC

KENDO

01/09/26/41

21/39

34

05/07/37

18

40

KENWOOD

LOEWE

14/33

LOEWE OPTA

32

LUXOR

37

02/23

13/14

08/10/11/37

18/27/37

20/21

08/09/37

03/32

08/10/11/17/

19/37

MATSUI

02/05/06/07/10/

11/12/25/37/38

03/05/09

METZ

– 01

MITSUBISHI

14/19/28/36 17/19/21/32

DVD

player

01

01/17

02

12

06

11

09

15

TV VCR

DVD

player

NEC

NOKIA

NORDMENDE

OCEANIC

OKANO

ORION

05/07/37

26/41

27/35

02/03/05/10/

11/12/38

04/21/36/37

08/10/11/18/

22/27/37

20/21

06

05/09

02

PHILIPS

PHONOLA

11/12/13/15

11/12

PIONEER

POLKAUDIO

RADIOLA

RAITE

11/12

RCA

RFT

22/32/33/34/35

32

33

ROADSTAR

SABA

SALORA

SAMPO

SAMSUNG

39

26/41

07/37

11/12/15/21/

02/03/18/23/27

21

08/11/17/19/37

15/16/18/27

25/34/39

SANYO

SCHAUB LORENZ

SCHNEIDER

11/12

SEG

39/40

SELECO

11/24

SHARP

SIEMENS

SINUDYNE

07/17/25/37

17/20

11/12/17/28/36

02/05/11/12/

22/24/38/40

07/10/11

10

02/18/23/27

22

03/10/11/32

02/03/18/23/27/32 –

08

02

14

10

13

02

04/16

03

16

SONY

TECHNICS

THOMSON

THORN

TOSHIBA

UNIVERSUM

WHITE WESTIN

HOUSE

YAMAHA

ZENITH

16

05/26/41

06/08/11/12/

14/16/25/32

03/04/06/08

39

11/12/22/40

24/25/26

21

10

15/17/19/32

03/08/32/37

05

01

02

04

01

07/12

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Specifications (DIN 45 500)

AMPLIFIER SECTION

Power output (at AC 230 to 240 V)

DIN 1 kHz (T.H.D. 1 %)

20 Hz to 20 kHz continuous power output both channel driven

2 x 100 W (6

Ω)

2 x 80 W (6

Ω)

Total harmonic distortion rated power at 20 Hz to 20 kHz

0.09 % (6

Ω)

Power bandwidth both channel driven, -3 dB

4 Hz to 88 kHz (6

Ω, 0.9 %)

Power output each channel driven (at AC 230 to 240 V)

DIN 1 kHz (T.H.D. 1 %)

Front (L/R)

Center

Surround (L/R)

Surround Back (L/R)

100 W (6

Ω)

100 W (6

Ω)

100 W (6

Ω)

100 W (6

Ω)

Load impedance

Front (L/R)

A or B

A and B

BI-WIRE

Center

Surround (L/R)

Surround Back (L/R)

6

Ω to 16 Ω

6

Ω to 16 Ω

6

Ω to 16 Ω

6

Ω to 16 Ω

6

Ω to 16 Ω

6

Ω to 16 Ω

Frequency response

CD, DVD, DVD Recorder, VCR, TV/STB, AUX

DVD 6CH

Input sensitivity and impedance

4 Hz to 88 kHz, ±3 dB

4 Hz to 44 kHz, ±3 dB

CD, DVD/DVD 6CH, DVD Recorder, VCR, TV/STB, AUX

S/N at rated power (6

)

CD, TV/STB, DVD, DVD Recorder (Digital input)

Tone controls

200 mV/22 k

90 dB (IHF, A: 103 dB)

BASS

TREBLE

Channel balance (250 Hz to 6.3 kHz)

Channel separation

Subwoofer frequency response (-6 dB)

50 Hz, +10 dB to -10 dB

20 kHz, +10 dB to -10 dB

±1 dB

55 dB

7 Hz to 200 Hz

Digital input (OPTICAL)

(COAXIAL)

HDMI (Version 1.2a) Input

Output

1

1

2

2

Total harmonic distortion

MONO

STEREO

S/N

MONO

STEREO

Frequency response

Alternate channel selectivity

Capture ratio

Image rejection at 98 MHz

IF rejection at 98 MHz

Spurious response rejection at 98 MHz

AM suppression

Stereo separation

Carrier leak

Channel balance (250 Hz to 6.3 kHz)

Limiting point

Bandwidth

IF amplifier

FM demodulator

Antenna terminal

AM TUNER SECTION

Frequency range

Sensitivity

Selectivity (at 999 kHz)

IF rejection (at 999 kHz)

VIDEO SECTION

Output voltage at 1 V input (unbalanced)

Maximum input voltage

Input/output impedance

S-Video

Input

Output

Component Video

Input

Output

GENERAL

Power supply

Power consumption

Dimensions (W x H x D)

Mass

0.2 %

0.3 %

60 dB

58 dB

20 Hz to 15 kHz, +1 dB, -2 dB

±400 kHz, 65 dB

1.5 dB

40 dB

70 dB

70 dB

50 dB

40 dB

19 kHz, -30 dB

38 kHz, -50 dB

±1.5 dB

1.2 µV

180 kHz

1000 kHz

75

Ω (unbalanced)

522 kHz to 1611 kHz (9 kHz steps)

530 kHz to 1620 kHz (10 kHz steps)

20 µV, 330 µV/m

55 dB

50 dB

1± 0.1 Vp-p

1.5 Vp-p

75

Ω (unbalanced)

DVD, DVD Recorder, TV/STB

TV MONITOR

DVD Recorder, TV/STB

TV MONITOR

AC 230 to 240 V, 50 Hz

140 W

430 mm x 107.5 mm x 390 mm

4.7 k g

FM TUNER SECTION

Frequency range

Sensitivity

S/N 30 dB

S/N 26 dB

S/N 20 dB

IHF usable sensitivity (IHF ’58)

IHF 46 dB stereo quieting sensitivity

Help messages

87.50 MHz to 108.00 MHz

1.5 µV/75

1.3 µV/75

1.2 µV/75

1.5 µV/75

22 µV/75

Power consumption in standby mode:

Power consumption in HDMI off mode:

1.

2.

3.

Notes:

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Mass and dimensions are approximate.

Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrum analyzer.

0.9 W

0.35 W

(flashing)

Message Causes and solutions

Muting is on.

Press [MUTING] on the remote control to cancel (

page 31).

You are trying to use a feature that is available only in “MUSIC” mode.

Change the mode to “MUSIC” (

pages 22 to 23).

Center and surround speakers are not connected, or they are set as absent.

Connect the speakers (

page 13) or change their setting to present (

page 27).

Surround and surround back speakers are not connected, or they are set as absent. Connect the speakers (

page 13) or change their setting to present

(

page 27).

Surround back speakers are not connected, or they are set as absent. Connect the speakers (

page 13) or change their setting to present (

page 27).

You are trying to use an effect unavailable with DTS-ES sources.

You are trying to use an effect unavailable with DVD-Audio sources.

You are trying to use an effect unavailable with DVD analogue 6-channel input.

You are trying to use an effect unavailable with the current input source.

You have set the

“PCM FIX” mode. Cancel this mode (

page 28).

SPEAKERS A is off. Press [SPEAKERS A] to turn on

“SPEAKERS A” (

page

18).

SPEAKERS A and SPEAKERS B are off. Select one of the speakers (

page

18).

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Troubleshooting guide

Before requesting service, make the following checks. If you are in doubt about some of the check points, or if the remedies indicated in the chart do not solve the problem, consult your dealer for instructions.

Common problems

Pages

No power.

• Ensure the AC mains lead is connected.

11

No sound.

Sound is distorted.

Sound stops. “OVERLOAD” appears on the display for about a second, and the unit turns off.

Turn the volume up.

Check connections to speakers and other equipment.

Turn on the speakers.

Select the correct source.

Change DIG INPUT setting to suit the type of connection you have made.

Check that the digital signals can be decoded by this unit.

Turn the muting off.

Turn PCM FIX off.

Recording of some DVD-Audio may not be possible due to copyright protection.

• Determine and correct the cause, then turn the unit on.

Causes include:

- Shorting (bare wires touching) of positive and negative speaker wires.

- Using speakers with an impedance lower than that rated for this unit.

- Straining of the speakers through excessive volume or power.

- Using the unit in a hot environment without proper ventilation.

Consult your dealer if the problem occurs again after switching the unit on.

• Switch the attenuator on.

18

5 to 13

18

18

28

19

31

28

-

-

13

-

-

29 Analogue input becomes distorted and the message “OVERFLOW” appears on the display during playback.

“F76” appears on the display and the unit turns off.

• Turn the unit off, disconnect the AC mains lead, and consult your dealer.

-

“F70” appears on the display.

“REMOTE 2” or “REMOTE 1” appears on the display.

Display is dim.

Clicking sound is heard during play.

• Turn the unit off, disconnect the AC mains lead, and consult your dealer.

• Match the codes on the main unit and the remote control.

• Cancel “DIMMER”.

• Depending on the input signal when playing DVD etc., the ADVANCED DUAL AMP function changes automatically. A clicking sound is heard when it changes. This does not mean a problem with the unit.

You can also set the unit against automatic advanced dual amp operations.

-

37

31

-

Surround effects

Sound is not heard from the center, surround or subwoofer speakers.

Sound is not heard from the surround back speaker.

Cannot switch SURROUND on.

(Dolby Pro Logic

ΙΙx, NEO:6, and

SFC are unavailable.)

There is no DTS audio output.

There is audio output, but the DTS decoder indicator is not lit.

Sound is distorted when using the

Sound Field Control (SFC).

Radio

The radio cannot be tuned in or there is a lot of noise and interference.

Ensure the speaker settings for your speakers are correct.

Confirm Dolby Pro Logic

ΙΙx, NEO:6, or SFC settings, and select an adequate mode.

Switch SURROUND on when you play 2-channel stereo sources.

Ensure the speaker settings for your speakers are correct.

Switch SURROUND on.

Check if the center speaker, surround speakers, and surround back speakers are connected properly.

Switch SPEAKERS A on.

You cannot use the SURROUND effect when the input source contains PCM signals with sampling frequencies of 192 kHz.

Cancel DVD analogue 6-channel playback.

You cannot use the effect when the input source contains dual audio signals in Dolby Digital or DTS formats.

• Set the DTS Digital Audio Output setting on the DVD player or DVD recorder to “Bitstream”.

• Depending on the input source, sound may be distorted if you increase the SFC effect level. If this happens, decrease the SFC effect level.

Connect the appropriate antenna. (You may need an outdoor antenna or one with more elements.)

Adjust the position of the FM or AM antenna.

Reduce the treble.

Turn off nearby televisions, video decks, DVD recorder, DVD player, and satellite receivers.

Separate the antenna from other cables, cords, and appliances.

• Try changing the BEAT PROOF mode.

29

Pages

14 to 17, 27

22 to 25

18

14 to 17, 27

18

13

18

-

20

-

-

25

Pages

11

11

31

-

-

33 There is a lot of noise when listening to AM.

The correct AM frequency cannot be tuned in.

HDMI

When using an HDMI connection, the first few seconds of sound is cut off.

• Change the frequency step to suit your area when AM is selected.

32

Pages

-

“U 70-1-1” appears on the display.

“U 70-1-2” appears on the display.

“U 70- 3” appears on the display.

The unit does not work properly.

HDAVI Control does not function properly.

Remote control

The remote control does not work.

Other products respond to the remote control.

• Should you be playing a chapter on a DVD:

- Change the audio output setting on the DVD player or DVD recorder from “Bitstream” to “PCM”.

(6.1-channel sources will however be played as 5.1-channel.)

- Select “PCMFIX” as instructed in “Input signals” when you play 2-channel sources.

• The equipment connected by the HDMI cable is not compatible with the unit’s copyright protection technology.

• The unit has received a signal for a picture format that is incompatible with the HDMI connection. Check the settings of the connected equipment.

• Should anything unusual happen using an HDMI connection:

Consult your dealer if the sign remains on the display after these steps.

- Turn the connected equipment off and on again.

- Pull out the HDMI cable then reinsert it.

- Reduce the amount of equipment connected in series to the HDMI terminal if exceeding 2 units.

• The unit does not work properly when wrong cords are in HDMI input and output terminals. Turn the unit off, unplug the AC mains lead, and make connections again.

• Connect the unit to your TV (VIERA) using the HDMI cable, switch the TV on, unplug the unit’s AC mains lead, and insert it into a household mains socket again.

• Replace the batteries if they are worn.

• Change this unit’s remote control code to

“REMOTE 2”.

28

-

-

-

5, 21

-

5, 21

-

Pages

3

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Supplied accessories

Please check and identify the supplied accessories.

1 AC mains lead 1 FM indoor antenna 1 AM loop antenna 2 Batteries

1 Remote control Calibration microphone

(EUR7662YN0)

Use numbers indicated in parentheses when asking for replacement parts.

-If you see this symbol-

Information on Disposal for Users of Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment (private households)

This symbol on the products and/or accompanying documents means that used electrical and electronic products should not be mixed with general household waste.

For proper treatment, recovery and recycling, please take these products to designated collection points, where they will be accepted on a free of charge basis. Alternatively, in some countries you may be able to return your products to your local retailer upon the purchase of an equivalent new product.

Disposing of this product correctly will help to save valuable resources and prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the environment which could otherwise arise from inappropriate waste handling. Please contact your local authority for further details of your nearest designated collection point.

Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national legislation.

For business users in the European Union

If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier for further information.

Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union

This symbol is only valid in the European Union.

If you wish to discard this product, please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.

NORSK

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STØT ELLER SKADER PÅ PRODUKTET, MÅ DETTE

APPARATET IKKE UTSETTES FOR REGN, FUKTIGHET,

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MODERATE KLIMAFORHOLD.

VAROITUS:

TULIPALO-, SÄHKÖISKUVAARAN TAI TUOTETTA KOHTAAVAN

MUUN VAHINGON VÄHENTÄMISEKSI EI LAITETTA SAA

ALTISTAA SATEELLE, KOSTEUDELLE, VESIPISAROILLE TAI

ROISKEELLE, EIKÄ NESTETTÄ SISÄLTÄVIÄ ESINEITÄ, KUTEN

ESIMERKIKSI MALJAKOITA, SAA ASETTAA LAITTEEN PÄÄLLE.

TÄMÄ LAITE ON TARKOITETTU KÄYTETTÄVÄKSI LEUDOSSA

ILMASTOSSA.

Utstyret bør plasseres i nærheten av AC-stikkontakten, og støpslet må være lett tilgjengelig hvis det skulle oppstå problemer.

Laite tulee asettaa lähelle verkkopistorasiaa ja pistokkeen täytyy olla sellaisessa asennossa, että siihen on helppo tarttua ongelman sattuessa.

Maintenance

If the surfaces are dirty

To clean this unit, wipe with a soft, dry cloth.

Never use alcohol, paint thinner or benzine to clean this unit.

Before using chemically treated cloth, carefully read the instructions that came with it.

Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.

Web Site: http://panasonic.net

En

RQTV0156-1B

H0606MT1076

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