Yamaha NX-S100S Owner`s manual

OYAMAHA
[]
DVD HOME THEATER
........
........
:
4
_
_
_
SOUND SYSTEM
. _
DVX-S100
i ii
DVX-S100:DVR-S100
;_i_i_ii!_iiiiiiiii
!_i_i_!ii_iii_
+ NX-S100S
+ NX-S100C
+ SW-S100
OWNER'S
MANUAL
10
[_:|l|ilq_l
RESKOFELECTRIC
SHOCK
DONOTOPEN
Ventilation
- Slots and openings
in the cabinet
for ventilation
and to ensure reliable operation
product and to protect it from overheating,
and these
openings
must no_ be blocked or covered. The openings
should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed,
Z
sot), rug, or other similar surl_ce.
be placed in a built-in installation
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK) NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
• Explanation
of Graphical
11
Power
Sources
12
poil_t withil]
an equilateral
to aier_ you to the p_sel/ce
and maintenance
the literatul_
(s_vicing)
accompanying
in
13
OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK,
UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
Read Instructions
- All the safety
should be read belbre the product
and operating
is operated.
3
Heed Warnings - All warnings
on the product
operating
instructions
should be adhered to.
and in the
4
Follow Instructions
should be l\)llowed.
-- All operating
5
Cleaning
this product
- Unplug
A_tachments
- Do not use attachments
by the product
manufacturer
the wall outlet
or aerosol
cleaners.
mounting
cords
accessory
recommended
and cart combination
hazards.
by the manul_cturer.
CAUTION
to overturn.
protection
should
be
on or pinched
particular
receptacles,
the this product
due m lightning
and the
during
a
and ix)wer-line
Lines
- An outside
in the vicinity
light or power
antenna
system
should
not be
of overhead
power lines or other
circuits, or where it can t_ll into such
Overloading
lines or circuits
as contact
-- Do nol overload
with them
wall outlets,
cords, or integral convenience
receptacles
in a risk of fire or electric shock.
17
cart,
Object
and Liquid
Entry ---Never
might
in a fire or electric
the product.
18
-- Do not attempt
Servicing
as opening
dangerous
19
shock.
Never
extension
push objects
spill liquid
to service
of any kind
service
Damage
Requiring
resuh
of any kind on
this product
yourself
or removing
covers may expose you to
voltage or other hazards. Ret?r all servicing
qualified
be
as this can result
into this product through openings
as lhey may touch
dangerous
voltage points or short-out
parts that could
m a child or adult, and serious
Use only with a cart, stand, tripod,
A product and cart combination
should be
moved with care. Quick stops, excessive
force, and uneven surfaces
may cause the
Power
such power
fatal.
16
bracket, or table recommended
by the manufacturer,
or sold
with the product.
Any mounting
of the product should
follow the manul)cturer's
instructions,
and should use a
product
---Power-supply
power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna
system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching
before
Accessories
- Do not place this product on an unstable
stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may tall,
serious injury
to the product.
-- For added
m the product
located
electric
Water and Moisture
- Do not use this product near water
for example,
near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or
laundry tub; in a wet basement;
or near a swimming
Ix)ol;
and the like.
causing
damage
9
15
not recommended
as they may cause
Lightning
damage
and use instructions
from
cleaning.
Do not use liquid cleaners
Use a damp cloth l\)r cleaning.
8
Protection
surges.
instructions
7
Power-Cord
Do not
lightning
storm, or when it is let_ unattended
and unused for
long periods of time, unplug it fl'om the wal! outlet and
disconnect
the antenna or cable system. This will prevent
instructions
Retain lnst_ uctions -- The safety and operating
should be retained l\)r future ret?rence.
6
instructions.
routad so tha_ they are no_ likely to be walked
by items placed upon or against them, paying
the appliance.
14
RISK
THIS
only from
- This product may be equipped
current line plug (a plug having
your electrician
to replace your obsolete
outlet.
defeat the safety purpose of the lx)larized plug.
triangle
Of important
instructions
refer to the operating
Grounding
or Polarization
with a polarized
alternating
attention
to cords a_ plugs, convenience
point where they exit fl'om the product.
TO REDUCE
THE
DO NOT EXPOSE
2
be operated
are unable to insert the plug fully imo the outlet, try
reversing
the plug. If the plug should still tail _o fit, contact
WARNING
1
should
one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the
power outlet only one way. This is a sal?ty feature. If you
persons.
operating
product
consult your product dealer or local power company.
For
products
intended to operate fl'om battery power, or other
som_es,
exclamation
--This
the type of power source indicated
on the marking
label. [f
you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home,
Symbols
is intended
This product should nol
such as a bookcase
or
rack unless proper ventilation
is provided
or the
manufacturer's
instructions
have been adhered to.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symNoh withi_
an equilateral triangle, is thtended to alert you to the
presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within
the ptoduct's enclosm_ that may be of sutlicient
magnitude k3 constitute a risk of electric shock to
The
are provided
of the
to
personnel.
Service
-- Unplug
wall outlet and refbe servicing
under the following
conditions:
a)
When
b)
If liquid has been spilled,
the product,
the power-supply
c)
If the product
this product
to qualified
service
fl'om the
personnel
cord or plug is damaged,
or objects
has been exposed
have fallen
to rain or watec
into
d)
If the product
I)
not operate
by following
24
Outdoor
Antenna
= If an outside
Grounding
antenna
or
improper
adjustment
of other
damage and will ofien require
controls may result in
extensive
work by a
protection
against voltage surges and builI-up static charges.
Article 810 of the National Electrical
Code, ANSlYNFPA
qualified
the product
70, provides
technician
to restore
has been dropped
to its normal
or damaged
in any
When the product exhibits a distinct change in
perfk_rmance
- this indicates a need for service.
Replacement
Parts -- When
replacement
be sure the service technician
specified
by the manufacturer
characteristics
substitutions
hazards.
21
normally
cable system is connected
to the product,
be sure the
antenna or cable system is grounded
so as to provide some
operation,
If the product
way, and
e)
20
does
the operating
instructions.
Adjust only those controls
that are covered by the operating
instructions
as an
information
with
m grounding
electrodes,
grounding
electr(_e.
parts are required,
has used replacement
or have the same
regard
to proper
grounding
the mast and supporting
structure,
grounding
of the lead-in
wire to an antenna discharge
unit, size of grounding
conductors,
location of antenna discharge
unit, connection
EXAMPLE
and requirements
OF ANTENNA
fk_r the
GROUNDING
parts
as the original part. Unauthorized
may result in fire, electric shock, or other
SafEty Check ---Upon completion
of any service or repairs
to this product,
ask the service technician
to pert_,mn safety
checks to determine
condition.
that the product
is in proper
operating
22
Wall or Ceiling Mounting
-- The unit should be mounted to
a wall or ceiling only as recommended
by the manufacturer.
23
Heat -- The product should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators,
heat registers,
stoves, or other
products
Note
(including
to CATV
This _eminde_
attention
amplifiers)
system
system
to call the CATV
820-40
guidelines
for proper
that the cable ground
produce
heat.
installer:
is provided
to Article
that
of the NEC
system
installer's
that provides
grounding
and, in particular,
specifies
shall be connected
to the grounding
of the building,
as close
to the point
of cable
entry as
practical.
FCC INFORMATION
1.
IMPORTANT
NOTICE
: DO NOT
MODIFY
(for US customers
THIS
UNITI
This product,
when
instructions
requirements.
by Yamaha
FCC,
2.
installed
contained
as indicated
in this manual,
Modifications
in the
meets
not expressly
may void your
authority,
accessories
quality
this product
can be determined
approved
"ON",
please
granted
and/or
connecting
another
cables.
product
use only
supplied
to
high
with
product MUST be used.
Follow all installation
instructions.
Failure to fMlow instructions
could
your
3.
FCC authorization
NOTE
: This
comply
to use this product
product
has been
with the requirements
Regulations,
Part
Compliance
with these
reasonable
level
harmful
interference
if not installed
f\)und
harmful
"B"
that
digital
your
other
generates/uses
and used
in the users manual,
to the operation
radio
according
lead,
the lead-in
Corp.,
in
devices.
and,
to the instructions
one
that
is being
change
please
lead-in
contact
retailer,
U.S.A.
6660
type cable,
the local retailer
please
relocate/reorient
do not produce
this type of pr(_uct.
(circuit
is 300 ohm ribbon
to coaxial
measures
branch
AC line fiher/s.
or TV interference,
If the antenna
appropriate
use of this
or the device
or install
the antenna.
dislribute
a
and
by using
that are on different
circuits
If these corrective
devices.
f]-equencies
may cause
of other
to
will not result
electronic
outlets
or fuse)
resuhs,
provides
environment
with
in the USA.
and found
this product
In the case of radio
in FCC
requirements
of assurance
in a residential
This equipment
listed
15 for Class
product
tested
power
breaker
void
the problem
by the interference.
Utilize
this
the unit "OFF"
measures:
either
affected
of interference,
by turning
try to eliminate
of the following
by the
this product
Cable/s
is fkmnd to be the source
which
Relocate
: When
shielded
Compliance
with FCC regulations
does not guarantee
that interference
will not occur in all installations.
If
FCC
to use the product.
IMPORTANT
only)
satisfactory
authorized
to
If you can not locate
contact
Omngethorpe
Yamaha
the
Electronics
Ave, Buena park, CA
90620.
The above
statements
distributed
by Yamaha
apply
ONLY
Corporation
to those
products
of America
or its
subsidiaries.
intertErence
electronic
devices.
CAUTION
of
1
To assure
carefully.
the finest perfk_rn]ance,
please read this manual
Keep it in a sal_ place fl_r future reference.
16
2
Install this sound system in a well ventilated,
cool, dry, clean
place with at least 10 cm on the top, 10 cm on the left and
right, and 10 cm at the back of DVR-SI00,
and 20 cm on the
top, 10 cm on the lel_ and right, and 10 cm at the back of
SW-SI00
------away from direct sunlight, heat sources,
3
vibration, dust, moisture,
and/or cold.
Locate this unit away from other electrical
appliances,
motors,
sounds.
or translk]rmers
to avoid
humming
Do not expose
this unit to sudden
temperature
To
5
inside
this unit, which
changes
may cause
with
an electrical
-- Containers
6
with liquid
in them,
Do not operate
9
possibly causing damage.
Do not use tk]rce on switches,
this unit upside-down.
until all connections
and/or
this
13
14
from the wall outlet during an electrical
Take care of this unit so thai no lk]reign
15
drops inside this unit.
Do not attempt to modil)¢ or fix this unit. Contact
should
never be opened
We Want You Listening
Industries
storm.
objects
any service
the AC power
source
as
to consume
a very small
of power:
CANADIAN
To prevent
electric
CUSTOMERS
shock,
match
wide blade
of plug to wide
insert.
B digital
lase_ radiation
apparatus
when
con]plies
open. Avoid
with Canadian
direct
ICES-
exposure
to
When this unit is plugged
to the wall outlet,
eyes close to the opening
look into inside.
of the disc tray and other openings
do not place
The laser component
radiation
exceeding
in this product
is capable
the limit tk)r Class
your
plate is located
on
the bottom
of emitling
I.
of the unit.
qualified
is needed.
l_r any reasons.
For A Lifetime
and the Electronic
Group want you to get the most out of your
by playing it at a safe level. One that lets the sound
Association's
Consumer
come through loud and clear without annoying
blaring or
distortion
---and, most importantly,
without affecting your
CAUTION
them
liquid
Electronics
equipment
hearing.
are 220124{) V AC, 50 Hz.
Retain this Owner's Manual in a safe place lbr future
reference.
The name
and/or
YAMAHA
sensitive
only)
lk]r any dan]age
resulting t?om use of this unit with a voltage other than
specified.
To prevent dan]age by lightning, disconnect
the power cord
The cabinet
model
plug
IMPORTANT
Visible
beam.
this might
unit with a higher voltage than specified
is dangerous
and
may cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
when
quantity
solvents;
damage the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth.
Only vohage specified
on this unit must be used. Using
personnel
to set this
the AC power
long as it is connected
to the wall outlet, even if this unit
itself is turned off, This state is called the standby mode. In
DANGER
12
service
(General
This unit is not disconnected
This Class
003.
cords.
11
YAMAHA
Voltages
from the wan outlet,
will not be held responsible
STANDBY/ON
and disconnect
SELECTOR
that this unit is
The VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
on the rear panel of this unit
must be set l)r your local main w)ltage BEFORE plugging
into the AC main supply.
slot and fully
It may overheat,
knobs
this unit, press
concluding
to this unit,
When disconnecting
the power cord
grasp the plug; do not pull the cord.
Do not clean this unit with chemical
YAMAHA
VOLTAGE
FOR
Do not plug in this unit to a wall outlet
are completa.
8
10
fire,
as they may cause
fire, damage
bel\_re
Please record the serial number of this unit in the space
below.
MODEL:
Serial No.:
The serial number is located on the bottom of the unit.
electrical
shock to the user and/or dan]age to this unit.
Do not cover this unit with a newspapeL
tablecloth,
curtain,
etc. in order not to obstruct
heat radiation.
If the temperature
inside this unit rises, it may cause
and/or personal injury.
7
and/or
objects (i.e. candles),
as they may cause
to this unit, and/or personal injury.
moving
errors
this state, this unit is designed
and liquid might fall. It might cause a fire, damage to this
unit and/or personal
injury. Do not place the following
objects on this unit:
-- Burning
dan]age
operating
faulty.
Before
t¥om
shock, fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
Avoid installing
this unit in a place where t_,)reign objects
-- Other components,
as they may cause dan]age
discoloration
on the surface of this unit.
18
19
cold to hot, and do not locate this unit in a environment
high humidity
(i.e. a room with a humidifier)
m prevent
condensation
common
unit in the standby mode,
from the wall outlet.
prevent fire or electrical
shock, do not place this unit where
it may gel exposed
to dripping or splashing,
and never put
any objects filled with liquids, such as vases, on the top of
the unit.
4
17
When not planning
to use this unit l_r long periods of time
(i.e. vacation),
disconnect
the AC power plug from the wall
outlet.
Be sure to read the '_I'ROUBLESHOOTING"
section on
Since hearing damage t¥om loud sounds is olken
undetectable
until it is too late, YAMAHA
and the
Electronic
Industries
Association's
Consumer
Electronics
prolonged
Group recommend
you to avoid
exposure
fi'om excessive
w_lume levels.
m
to
[I_ RiXo]_1 _e]iilEe]_!
SETUP MENU ...................................................................
FEATURES ..........................................................................
CHECKING THE ACCESSORIES
...................................
INSTALLING BATTERIES IN THE REMOTE
CONTROL ...........................................................................
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS .......................................
Front panel .........................................................................
Remote control (AMP mode) ............................................
Front panel display (left) ...................................................
Front panel display (right) .................................................
2
3
3
4
4
6
8
9
PREPARATION STEPS ...................................................
SPEAKER SETUP .............................................................
10
11
Speaker placement ...........................................................
11
Installing the speake_ .....................................................
CONNECTIONS
................................................................
Connecting TV and audio/video components .................
Connecting the antennas ..................................................
12
14
14
16
Connecting
Connecting
Connecting
Turning on
ADJUSTING
the speakers ..................................................
17
to an external amplifier ................................ 19
the AC power cord ........................................
19
the power .......................................................
19
SPEAKER OUTPUT LEVELS ................ 20
Using the test tone ...........................................................
20
BASIC PLAYBACK ..........................................................
21
Basic operations ...............................................................
21
_]]_/_1ISelecting a sound field program ......................................
DISC INFORMATION
.....................................................
23
29
Types of disc that this unit can play ................................
Region management information ....................................
Notes about handling discs ..............................................
MP3 playback ..................................................................
REMOTE CONTROL (DVD MODE) .............................
PLAYING A DISC .............................................................
29
29
29
30
31
32
Basic operation ................................................................
ON-SCREEN MENU .........................................................
32
34
Operating menu bar .........................................................
Icons f_r disc menu .........................................................
34
35
lcons@ player menu ......................................................
USING MULTIPLE FUNCTIONS ..................................
36
38
Using a disc's menu .........................................................
Enhancing video quality
[U.S.A. and Canada models onlyl ...................................
DVD-Audio i_atures ........................................................
38
Enhancing audio quality (DISC DIRECT) ......................
Switching audio tracks, subtitles and angles ...................
All group play ..................................................................
Programmed play .............................................................
Random play ....................................................................
Bookmarks .......................................................................
40
41
42
42
43
44
Repeat play ......................................................................
Repeat A-B ......................................................................
45
46
47
Operating the setup menu ................................................
Summary of settings ........................................................
47
48
Ratings .............................................................................
PCM down conversion .....................................................
51
51
Speaker settings ...............................................................
52
IfitlRIR_
TUNING
.............................................................................
Automatic and manual tuning .........................................
Presetting stations ............................................................
Tuning in to a preset station .............................................
Exchanging preset stations ..............................................
OPERATING
REMOTE
OTHER
CONTROL
COMPONENTS
USING
54
54
55
56
56
THE
.......................................................
57
I_Oll£,:fil!il_g]
SET MENU .........................................................................
List of SET MENU i_ems ................................................
Adjusting the items on the SET MENU ..........................
I SPEAKER SET (speaker mode settings) ....................
2 LFE LEVEL ................................................................
59
59
59
60
61
3 SP DLY TIME (speaker delay time) ........................... 62
4 D. RANGE (dynamic range) .......................................
62
5 L/R BALANCE (balance of the _¥ont lefk and right
speakers) ......................................................................
62
6 HP TONE CTRL (headphone tone control) ................ 62
7 I/O ASSIGN (input assignment) ................................. 63
g INPUT MODE (initial input mode) ............................ 63
9 SP/PRE OUT (output source settings) ......................... 63
ADJUSTING
THE LEVEL OF THE EFFECT
SPEAKERS ........................................................................
64
CHANGING THE PARAMETER SETTINGS FOR DSP
PROGRAMS ......................................................................
65
Adjusting the delay time ..................................................
Adjusting lhe parameter settings fk_rPRO LOGIC lI
Music ...............................................................................
GLOSSARY
.........
I_ SPECIFICATIONS
65
(g_
72
...........................
75
38
39
/
The DVX-SI00
is the Home Theater
found in a movie
The newest
sporting
DSP programs
events,
Also,
will enhance
the Silent Cinema
Since the DVX-S 100 consists
you can enjoy stronger
Moreover,
the Oneqouch
•
•
•
•
that delivers
the power
program
and realism
of various
allows you 1o enjoy
receiver,
bass and surroond
effects
of the speaker
connectors
connection
a powerful
and realistic
sound experience
like thai
sources,
the sound
a cenler speaker,
as well as a good
designed
from movies
1o concerts,
field even through
front speakers,
balance
exclusively
and
the headphones.
rear speakers
throughout
and a
the speakers.
for this unit allows
you to easily
the speakers.
Built-in 5-channel power amplifier
DVD-AUDIO/VIDEO,
CD, VCD, MP3, CD-R/
RW playback
Dolby Pro Logic/Dolby
Pro Logic II decoder
Dolby Digital/Dolby
Digital + Matrix 6.1
decoder
•
DTS/DTS
•
•
Sophisticated
FM/AM tuner
CINEMA DSP: Combination
technology
or DTS
•
System
the unit with the TV_
of a DVD Audio/Video
subwoofer,
connect
Sound
theater just by combining
+ Matrix
6.1 decoder
Virtual CINEMA DSP
SILENT CINEMA DSP
•
Easy connection of the center speaker, front
speakers and l_ar speakers using special speaker
connectors designed exclusively for this unit
Multi-function
_mote control which can also be
•
used for other audio/video
manufacturers
of YAMAHA
and Dolby Pro Logic,
•
•
Dolby
components
of certain
DSP
Digital
About this manual
• -%"-indicates a tip for your operation.
• Some operations can be performed by using the buttons
on either the main unit or the remote control. In this
case, the operalions performed by using the remole
control are described in this manual.
• This manual is prinled prior Io production. Design and
specifications are subject to change in part for the
reason of the improvement in operalivity ability, and
others. In this case, the product has priority.
• Some of the illustrations and names of the package
contents elc written in this manual may differ from the
actual products and the names writlen on the package
etc.
Ilrl
DIGITAL
ra'mmrRmml
Manufactured
"Dolby',
under
license
"Pro Logic",
trademarks
of Dolby
from Dolby Laboratories.
and the double-D
symbol
are
Laboratories.
DIGITAL
SURIIOUND
"DTS" and "DTS Digital Surround" are registered
trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
(U.S.A.
andCanadamodels)
IDCDf]
byFA_3UI_h\
"DCDi"
Inc.
is a trademark
This product
leehnology
of Faroudja,
a division
copyright
protection
incorporates
thai is protected
U.S. patents
and other
intellectual
by Macrovision
Corporation
of this copyright
protection
authorized
by Macrovision
for home and olher limited
otherwise
Reverse
authorized
engineering
by method
claims
property
and other righls
lechnology
Corporation,
viewing
by Macrovision
or disassembly
of Sage
of certain
rights
owned
owners.
Use
must be
and is inlended
uses only unless
Corporation.
is prohibiled.
Check
yourpackage
tomake
sure
itcontains
thefollowing
items.
DV R-S 100
M
:0
O
NX-SW100 (NX-S100S x4, NX-S100C, SW-S100)
Remote control
Batteries (x2)
(AA, R06, UM-3)
AM loop antenna
Fasteners (4 sets)
for the center
speaker
Pads
(2 sets: 16 pieces)
r{3
M
Non-skid pads
(2 sets: 16 pieces)
Z
G_C;_G_O
Indoor FM antenna
(U.S.A., Canada and
General models)
(Europe,
Australia
U.K. and
models)
Speaker cables
(for the rear speakers: 15m (x2),
for the front/center speaker:
5m (x3))
System connector
cable (5m x 1)
_J
Insert
the batteries
in the correct
+ and - marks on the batteries
(+ and -) inside the battery
direction
by aligning
with the polm'ity
the
markings
compm'tment.
•
Notes on batteries
• Change all of the batteries if you notice a decrease
the operating range of the remote control.
in
• Do no1 use old batteries togelher with new ones.
• Do no1 use different types of batteries (such as alkaline
and manganese
carefully
batteries)
as these different
together.
types
Read the packaging
of batteries
]nay have
the same shape and color.
• If the batteries have leaked, dispose of them
immediately.
Avoid touching the leaked material
t
\
[]
Press the _ part and slide off the battery
compartment cover.
P_I Insert the two batteries (AA, R06, UM-3 type)
with + and - oriented properly.
I_] Slide the cover back on so that it snaps into
place.
or
letting it come inlo contact with clothing, etc. Clean the
battery compartment
thoroughly
before installing new
batteries.
Preserving
the manufacturer
Replace batteries
The manufacturer
code
early before they become unusable.
code set by the user will be
preserved for about two minutes when batteries
out or when they are removed. Note that the
manufacturer
two minules
run
code setting may be lost if more than
elapses. Also, if you press any button on
the remote control accidentally
while replacing
batteries, the manufacturer
code will be lost.
I
3
T
(U.K. Europe, AUSllMiaand General models)
O
STANDBY/ON
_1<_,
Turns this unit on, or set it to the standby
r_r>lr_r_ (v
PRESET/TUNING
mode. When
you turn this unit on, you will hear a click and there will
(DVD mode)
be a 4 Io 5-second
sound.
Each time these buttons
delay before
this unit can reproduce
playing
Standby mode
In 1his mode, this unit will consume
power in order to receive
remote control.
O
a small amount
infrared-signals
from the
Disc tray
The disc you play is loaded
on this 1ray.
of
are pressed,
from the beginning
you keep pressing
or backward.
the buttons,
the disc begins
the disc searches
mode)
Selects
preset
appears
in the front panel display.
Selects
the tuning
stalion
/
of the track you select. When
(Tuner
forward
numbe_:_ 1 1o 8 when the colon (:)
frequency
when the colon
(:) does not
appear.
O
PROGRESSIVE
Canada
Press Io open and close the disc tray.
PRESET/TUNING
A)
(MEMORY)
(U.S.A.
and
models)
(DVD mode)
Swilches
Press to stm't playback.
0
between
progressive
video oulput
and inlerlace
video oulput.
(Tuner
D (AIBICIDIE)
mode)
(DVD mode)
Slores 1he current
Press 1o stop playback.
MEMORY (U.K., Europe, Australia and
General models)
(Tuner mode)
Slores Ihe current station in the memory.
(Tuner
mode)
Selects
preset
O
station
groups A Io E.
(PRESET/BAND)
(DVD mode)
Press lo pause.
(Tuner
Swilches
mode)
the reception
also the mode between
mode.
4
band between
the tuning
FM anti AM and
mode and the preset
station
in the memory.
O DISC DIRECT (AUTO/MAN'L)
(DVD mode)
Changes the modes of DISC DIRECT function.
(Tuner mode)
Swilches the tuning mode between automatic and manual.
(_
INPUT
Selects
•
=,Iv
the input source
Sets the priority
for the types of input signals
DTS, ANALOG)
connecled
1_
you want to lislen Io or watch.
iNPUT MODE
Io receive
-I
(AUTO,
when one component
is
O
o
tO
-I
1o two or more input jacks.
DSP "/*
Selects
the DSP program.
Z
1_ STEREO
Swilches
between
reproduction.
When
normal
slereo
STEREO
and DSP effect
is selected,
2=channel
signals are direcled to the front lefl and right speaker,s
without effect sounds.
VOLUME +/Controls the output level of all audio channels.
This does nol affect the recording (Rec) level
Remote control sensor
Receives signals from the remote control.
_) Front panel display
Shows informalion about the operalional stalus of this
unit.
(_, SILENT
Allows
you enjoy DSP effect for private
headphones.
m'e output
When
you connect
listening
headphones,
with
no signals
to the speakers.
|
5
l_!ehTIE:lellT_lV,_|A_ltaJgllh_,'_ll[eh_
This section explains the function of each button on the
remote control when you operate this unit as an amplifier,
no1 as a tuner or a DVD player. Make sure that the AMP
mode is selected before starting operation.
O
CODE
SET
Used when setting
O
up the manufacturer
DSP program
buttons
Select DSP programs
Refer m "REMOTE
CONTROL
(DVD MODE)" on page
31 for the details about the functions of the remote
button
components
connected
to this unit.
0
• The buttons on the remote control whose names are written in
puq_le are operation buttons when you operate this unit in the
AMP mode.
Press
a
within
that
LEVEL
Selects
the effect
Cursor
speaker
buttons
Select SET MENU
SETUP menu etc.
.%,:
for the AMP position.
to select a DSP program
group.
control when you control this unit in the DVD mode.
Also, refer Io "OPERATING
OTHER COMPONENTS
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL"
on pages 57 and 58
for the details about its functions when controlling
other
repeatedly
code.
channel
(<, >,/%
to be adjusted.
v)/ENTER
items and change
1he settings
on the
TEST
Outputs
O
the test tone to adjust
the speaker
levels.
SLEEP
Sets the sleep timer.
O
POWER
(,,_/i)
Turns this unit on, or set it to the standby
@
Input selector
mode.
buttons/AMP
Select the input source and set _he remote
operate
the selected
source component.
control
to 1he AMP mode for controlling
control
to
Sets the remote
this unit.
STEREO
Switehes
between
reproduction.
signals
normal
stereo
When STEREO
are directed
to the front
sounds
and DSP effect
is selected,
without
effect
signals
{excepl the LFE channel)
2-channel
lefl and right speakers
and all Dolby
Digital
are mixed
and DTS
down to the
front left and right speakex_s.
_1
MUTE
Mutes the sound.
Io the previous
_)
Press again Io reslore the audio output
volume
level.
SET MENU
Selects
the SET MENU
mode.
_) VOL +/Increasesor decreases the volume level.
_1 B. BOOST
Turns BASS BOOST function on or off.
(U.S.A.
O
Infrared
Outputs
window
infrared
component
Basic
control
signals.
Aim this window
you want to operate.
operation
buttons
Used to operate the components
seleclor buttons.
6
model)
selected
with input
at the
•
Using the remote control
-4
Approximately
O
O
t'O
-4
6 m (20 feet)
Z
Handling the remote control
• Do no1 spill water or other liquids on the remole
control.
• Do no1 drop the remote control.
• Do no1 leave or slore the remote control in the
following types of conditions:
- high humidity or lemperature such as near a heater,
stove or bath;
- dusty places; or
- in places subject Io exffemely low temperatures.
|
7
lo,!ehTiE=_lellk_lV__|A_lmJg;llh_[_llHeh_
This front panel display
mainly displays
the information
related to the playback
of discs.
,",
I
,",
"' "'
mmm
Ilmmmll
"'
mmm
O Play mode indicators
PGM: Programmed play / RND: Random play /
C_.._:Repeat play / A-B C_.._:Repeat A-B
O Disc type indicators
Indicates the type of disc, For example, DVD and AUDIO
lights up when playing a DVD-Audio disc.
O Modetype indicators
GROUP: Group mode/TITLE: Title mode /
TRACK: Track mode / CHAP: Chapter mode
Lights up during playback, Blinks while resmne function
is working,
D.MIX (Down Mix)
Lights up when the currently playing multi-channel audio
track is mixed down inlo 2-channel.
P.PCM (Packed PCM)
Lights up while a P.PCM signal is input.
MLT.CH (Multi Channel)
Lights up while a multi-channel signal is output.
8
O
BB
Lights up while playback is paused,
Multi-information display (left)
Shows various information such as title, chapter or track
number, elapsed playing time etc.
-I
_o
0
cJ
¢')
-t
5
Z
0 Decoder indicators
Lights up when the dllts, {m DIGITAL
MATRIX are activated.
lid
}_
[ [I]m0LOGIC/I ) or
DSP indicator
Lights
up when you select
1_ _
indicator
VIRTUAL indicator
Lights up in the virtual cinema DSP mode.
Lights
O Headphones indicator
Lights up when headphones are connecled.
_]_ B. BOOST
O SP/PRE indicator
The indicator of the item selected in "9 SP/PRE OUT" on
the SET MENU lights up. (But it does not light up when
headphones m'e connecled.)
SILENT indicator
Lights up when headphones are connecled while the
digital sound field processor is on.
Input source indicator
Shows the cmTent input source wilh a cursor.
STEREO indicator
Lights up when this unit is receiving a strong signal for an
FM stereo broadcast while the "AUTO" indicator is lit.
O AUTO indicator
Shows that this unit is in the aulomatic tuning mode.
TUNED indicator
up when this unit is reproducing
modulation)
Lights
DSP programs.
digital
PCM (pulse code
audio signals.
indicator
up when BASS
BOOST
light up when headphones
DSP program
is ON. (But it does not
are connected.)
indicators
The name of the selected
the ENTERTAINMENT,
DSP program lights up when
MOVIE THEATER
1, MOVIE
THEATER
selected.
SURROUND
2 or rlrl/DTS
MuttMnformation
Shows
the current
display
when adjusting
_)
indicator
SLEEP
Lights
MUTE
Flashes
settings.
is on.
indicator
while the MUTE
Input channel
Indicates
received.
name and olher
or changing
up while the sleep timer
is
(right)
DSP program
information
DSP program
the channel
function
is on.
indicator
components
of input signals
being
Lights up when this unit is tuned to a station.
@ MEMORY indicator
Flashes to show a station can be slored.
1_) RDS indicator
The name(s)
received
(U.K. and Europe
of the RDS data offered
RDS station
light(s)
models)
by the currently
up.
PTY HOLD indicator lights up while searching
stations in the IYI'Y SEEK mode.
for
|
9
In order
to enjoy sound
system,
follow the procedures
and video images
as described
with this sound
below.
See
each page for details.
Installing batteries in the remote control (P,3)
f Speaker
setup (P.1 t)
|
Speaker placement (E 11 )
_•
Installing
the speakers
(E 12)
)
]
t,
"Connections
Connecting
Connecting
Connecting
Connecting
Turning on
(P.14 - t 9)
TV and audio/video components (P.14)
the antennas (E 16)
the speakers (P.17)
the AC power cord (E 19)
the power (E 19)
Adjusting speaker output levels (P.20)
Before connecting components
• Do not connect this unit or _her components to the
mains power until all connections between the
components have been completed.
• Be sm'e all connections are made correctly, thai is Io
say, L (leB) to L, R (right) 1o R, "+" to "+" and "-" Io
"-'. Some components require different connection
methods and have different jack names. Refer lo the
operalion instructions for each component Io be
connected to this unit.
• Insert the plugs properly. The speakm:s may not output
any sound or may oulput noise if they are not inserled
properly,
• The name of jack corresponds to input selector.
• The VOLTAGE SELECTOR on the rear panel of this
unit must be set for your local main voltage BEFORE
plugging into the AC main supply. Voltages are
2201240 V AC, 50 Hz. (General model)
VOLTAGE SELECTOR
)
(General
model)
After connecting components
• Check them again to make sure they are correct.
10
This unit has been designed to provide the best soundfield quality wilh a 5-speaker system, using front left and
right speakers, rear left and right speakers and a center
speaker.
The front speakers
are used for the main source
plus effect sounds.
The rear speakers
and surround
sounds
sounds.
(dialog,
the settings
(p.60)
to designate
speakers
the included
types
that you
with
of SPEAKER
the signals
(with
speakers,
of sound
use speakers
Front speaker (R)
\
is for the center
Real"speaker (R)
(rear and/or
center),
1.8 m/6fee 0
SET items at the SET MENU
to other
terminals
you connect
/
to.
• If you use speakers
other
Center speaker
etc.).
• If you do not use any of ef}_ct speakers
change
sound
m'e used for effect
The center speaker
vocals,
Refer to the following diagram when you place the
speakers.
different
tonal
qualities)
the tone of a moving
may not shift
from
the same tonal quality.
smoothly.
the same
human
instead
of
voice
and
Frontspeaker(L I
Subwoot?r
We recommend
manufacturer
Rear speaker
(L)
or speakers
Front speakers
Place the front left anti right speakers
from the ideal listening
position.
an equal distance
The distance
between
each speaker and each side of the video monilor
also be the same.
Center
Align
should
speaker
the front face of the center
speaker
with the front
face of your video monitor. Place the speaker as close to
the monilor as possible (such as directly over or under the
monilor)
and centrally
between
the front speakers.
Rear speakers
Place these speakers
facing slightly
floor.
behind your listening
inwm'ds, nearly
position,
1.8 m (6 feet) above
the
Subwoofer
The position
of the subwoofer
low bass sounds
is not so critical,
are not highly
to place the subwoofer
directional.
near the front speakers.
slightly towm'd the center of the room to reduce
reflections.
• Although
shielded,
when
the speaker
system
it may still affect
Turn it
wall
in this uniI is magnetically
the color on the television
using this unit near the television.
positions
because
But it is better
of this unit and the television
Adjust
monitor
the relative
if this happens.
11
•
Mounting
the front and rear
speakers
•
When
Placing the center speaker
Place the speaker on TV whose top is flat or on the floor
under the TV or inside the TV rack so that it is stabilized.
When
placing
speaker
the speaker
on top of the TV, to prevent
from falling down,
four points on the bottom
TV.
put 1he provided
of the speaker
fasteners
mounting
the front and rear speakers
the holes on the speakers'
the
at
and the top of the
U
Put the provided
on a wall, use
back panels.
pads at the four corners
the rear of the front
prevent
the front
moving
by vibrations,
and rear speakers
and rear speakers
from
Peel off the
Fasten screws into a firm wall or wall
support as shown below.
S
Diam.
• Do not place the speaker on top of the TV whose area is
smaller than the bottom area of the speaker. If placed, the
speaker may drop out causing an injury m you.
• Do not place the speaker on top of the TV with an inclination.
• Do not touch the adhesive surface after peeling off the seal as
this will weaken its adhesive strength.
• Thoroughly wipe clean the surface where the fastener is m be
applied. Note that adhesive strength is weakened if the surface
is dirty, oily or wet and that this may cause the center speaker
m drop.
•
When
Placing the front and rear
speakers
placing
the front and rear speakers
on a flat
surface, attach the included non-skid pads to the cornens
on the bottom of the speakers as shown below. This
prevents
the speakers
•
_
12
from sliding
around.
/
Non-skid pads
6
to
3.5 to 4 mm
mill
Tapping screw
(Available at the
hardware s_ore)
on
•
I_J Hang the holes on the protruding screws.
If you want to mount a speaker
on a commercially
available
speaker stand (for the front/rear
speakers)
The screw holes (at an interval of 60 ram) on the bottom
and
the rear
speaker
* Those
on
of the speaker
a
screw
speaker
holes
can
be used
to mount
the
stand.
can
be used
with
M4
screws
only.
60 nlm
• Make
sure that the screws
are securely
caught
by
the narrow parts of the holes.
• You can use the lower holes on the rear of the
fi'onl/rear
Front/rear speaker
(bottom)
speakers.
60 mm
H
60 mm
9
©
• Each
speaker
weighs
on thin plywood
mounted,
the screws
the speakers
personal
out of tile flimsy
may fhlh This damages
the speakers
any other unstable
may cause
the speakers
them
If
surface
and
Fl'Onffrearspeaker
(rear)
or causes
to a wall with nails,
hardware.
Long-ierm
adhesives,
or
use and vibrations
them m t)ll.
• To avoid accidents
• Select
may come
material.
@
injury.
• Do not install
cables,
1.1 kg (2 lbs. 6 oz.). Do not mount
or a wall with sof) surface
9
resulting
from tripping
over loose speaker
fix them to tile wall.
a proper
position
thai no one will injure
on the wall to mount
his/her
the speaker
so
head or face.
13
•
•
Types of audio jacks
Types of video jacks
O
COAXIAL
jackpin cable and provides the better
Connects
a coaxial
quality
sound than analog
audio jacks.
OPTICAL jack
COMPONENTVIDEO
Australia
Transmit
jacks
and General
color difference
separately
and provide
(U.S.A.,
Canada,
models)
Connects
quality
an oplical
sound
Transmits
• Each
color and luminance
the composite
through
• When
of jack,
on the video
instructions
incorporated
video
input
are only
output
and S video jacks.
monitor,
a video
connect
the same types
on this unit to the video
component.
video jacks
may differ
(e.g. Y, C_, C_/Y, Pt_, Pa/Y, B-Y,
using these jacks,
rel_r also to the operation
being
this nnit to a video
connected.
monitor
If you do so, the picture
due to the copyright
output
(p.38)
are only output
• All digital
a video
may not be played
protection
technology
is selected
in the DVD
from the component
jacks.
input jacks
jacks
to input PCM,
are acceptable
l\)r 96-kHz
Digital
and
sampling
OUTPUT jack and analog signals from OUT (Rec) jacks.
• The OPTICAL jacks on this unit coni'orm m the EIA standard.
If you use an optical cable that does not conlk_rm to this
standard, this unit may not tunction properly.
• Once you have connected a recording component to this unit,
keep its power turned on while using this unit. If the power is
off, this unit may distort the sound from other components.
Remove
cap
the cap covering
connecting
the OPTICAL
an optical cable.
re-insert
Safely
it in the terminal
in use. (This cap prevents
jacks
when
store the cap and
when the lerminal
the entrance
video jacks.
Anti-dust
14
Dolby
• DIGITAL OUTPUT jack and analog OUT (Rec) jacks are
independent. Only digital signals are output from DIGITAL
always
mode.
are digital
signals.
Anti-dust
through
in this unit.
progressive
signals
Signals
video
component,
for the component
recorder.
back properly
independently.
the video jack
on the component
• Do not connect
• When
and achieves
and S video jacks
of the component
R-Y etc.). When
the better
pin cable.
• You can use the digital
DTS bitstreams.
digital
composile
and a recording
depending
separately
this unit to a video
for example,
• The description
cassette
works
video
the corresponding
you connect
component
an audio
• O and O
color reproduction.
type of video jack
through
jack
video signal.
jack
high-quality
provides
..4..
composite
SVIDEO
and
Analog audio jacks
picture.
jack
Conventional
cable
(PB/CR, P_dCR) and lmninance
the best quality
Connect
VIDEO
fiber
analog audio jacks.
than
cap
of dust.)
is not
.fahWl_l_1#[Oh_i
•
The connection
Use a commercially
available
example
cable
specified
for connecting
For Audio component
each type of jacks.
For Video Component
Video pin cable
Audio
pin cable
S Video cable
Coaxial
cable
Optical
cable
Component video cable
(U.S.A., Canada, Australia
models)
and General
For A/V component
Audio/Video
The connection
example
shown
cable
below is just an example.
Connect
in accordance
with the components
you have.
.%,:
• The solid lines indicate the output from this unit and the dotted lines indicate the input m this unit.
OUTPUT
_S
S Video cable _
®
V=OEOI Video pin cable
_/c_
NPUT
Video cable
IComponent
I
video cable
....
_.._,=IIm°dels)
_,-----_](U.S.A., Canada, Australia and General
_u_d;o
VCR
cable
Video monitor
S
Audio/Video cable
(U.S.A.
model)
S Video cable
Optical
cable
Optical cable
Audio/Video cable
Audio pin cable
CD recorder or MD recorder
TV/digital
TV/cable
TV
15
[_leh%q_e!ll[Oh_l "
Both AM and FM indoor
unit. In general,
anlennas
these anlennas
are included
should
provide
with this
sufficient
signal strength.
Connect each antenna
lerminals.
•
Connecting
Connect
the included
correctly
•
Connecting
the AM loop antenna
[]
Set up the AM loop antenna, then connect it.
to the designated
indoor FM antenna
indoor
FM antenna
to the FM ANT
terminal.
Indoor FM antenn_
(included)
AM loop antenna
(included)
Press and hold the tab to insert the AM loop
antenna lead wires into the AM ANT and
GND terminals.
Tab
I_J Release the tab. (The tab will return to its
original position when you release your
finger.)
Once connected, pull the wires gently Io check that
they are connected securely.
Ground (GND terminal)
For rrmximum safety and
minimllm interference, connect
the antenna GND terminal to a
good earth ground. A good earth
ground is a metal stake driven into
moist earth.
Orient the AM loop antenna for the best
reception.
• A properly
installed
than an indoor
outdoor
antenna
provides
one. If you experience
clearer
pz)or reception
reception
quality,
outdoor antenna may improve the quality. Consuh the nearest
authorized
YAMAHA
dealer or service cen_er about the
outdoor
antennas.
• The AM loop antenna
should
be placed
away from
• The AM loop antenna should always be connected,
outdoor AM antenna
is connected
to this unit.
16
this unit.
even if an
an
.fahWl_l_1#[Oh_i
Connect
system
the included
conneclor
speakers
cables
1o the DVD AUDIO/VIDEO
as shown
receiver
(DVR-S
100) using the included
speaker
cables
and
below.
DVD Audio/Video receiver (DVR-S100)
As this
terminal
is used
for
testing
at the
factory, do not connect any equipment to this
terminal.
"1
"1 Insert the plug with its _ mark facing up.
System connector cable
I
Front speaker (R)
(NX-S10OS)
Front speaker (L)
(NX-S100S)
I
"1
Speaker cable (RED)
Speaker cable (WHITE)
Speaker cable (GREEN)
Center speaker (NX-S100C)
(GREEN)
Speaker cable (BLUE)
Speaker cable (GRAY)
(GRAY)
Subwoofer
(SW-SIOO)
Rear speaker (R)
(NX-S100S)
Rear speaker (L)
(NX-S10OS)
17
g_lehq_q_ft,ll#[Oh_l"
•
Using commercially
available
speakers and speaker cables
You can use commercially
speakers
excepl
for
available speaker cables and
a subwoofer.
If you
use
them,
hole
the
following.
• Use
the speaker
whose
impedance
is 6£2 or higher.
When using Ihe speaker whose impedance
I
Color lube
(RED)
6£2, the protection
Connector
may
• Use
place
• Use
Conllector
cable.
(BLUE)
Color tube
(BLUE)
may
start
working
speakers.
If this
still
shielded
creates
the speakers
the speaker
"Ibo thick
the interference
away
cable
cables
from
that
of the included
the subwoof_r
are classified
• The label of the speaker
Connect
the speakers
• Connect
the color
of each
speaker.
incorrect,
• A cover
speakers
• Make
is attached
cannot
is attached
cable
type
of
the monitor,
as the included
be used.
and the terminal
Tab
of
the same colors.
speaker
cable.
to the plus (+) side
connections
is
and lack bass.
to the end of the speaker
cable.
Connect
the
the cover.
sure that the plugs
inserting
cable
of the speaker
will be unnatural
after removing
with
with the labels.
tube of the speaker
If the polarity
than
unit
Exchanging the speaker cables
Connect
to each
in accordance
the sound
connectors
speaker
by color.
or this
the monitor.
is as thick
O
• The connector
is lower
be damaged.
magnetically
speakers
(BLUE)
circuit
of the system
of the speaker
cables
connector
al_e inserted
cable
correctly
and the
betbre
them.
• Do not let the bare speaker
part of this unit. This could
wires
touch
damage
each
other or any metal
this unit and/or
the
speakers.
• Do not insert
the plug
or conneclor
fk_rcibly. Doing
damage the plug, connector
or _erminah
• Do not scralch, _rcibly
bend, or pull the system
speaker
audio
cable
oulput,
as this may damage
and may possibly
Take particular
care in making
squashed
by a rack or caster.
• Be_k_re disconnecting
cable, disconnect
DVD audio/video
the cable,
connector
causing
supply
_he system
_1
Remove approximately 15 mm (9/16") of
insulation from each of the speaker cables.
Twist the exposed wires of the cable together to
prevent short circuits.
[]
Open the tab.
I_]
Pull the inserted bare wire of the speaker
cable from the connector and insert the bare
or
loss of
result in a fire or electric
sure that the cable
or connecting
the power
receiver.
so may
shock.
is not
connector
cord of the subwoofer
and
wire of the commercially
cable,
[]
18
available speaker
Return the tab to secure the wire,
.fIJAWl_l_#[lli_l
Plug in this unit to the wall outlet.
If you want to increase the power output to the speakers,
or want to use another amplifier, connect an external
amplifier to the 6CH PREOUT jacks as follows.
•
Memory
The memory
6.3.)
O
FRONT
REAR
supply
However,
from the
is temporarily
cut due to
if the unit is turned
off for more
than one week, the stored
setting
will be cleared.
If so, set
Speaker
rear channels
line ouiput jack.
rear L/R and subwoofer)
Disc direct
Preset station
jack
disiributed
are direcied
from the front, cenier
and/or
to this jack if they are assigned
(The cut-off frequency
The LFE (low-frequency
Digital
level (center,
Delay time
Set menu
jack
Low bass signals
output
Sleep timer
Parameter
line output jacks.
SUBWOOFER
m'e assigned
jacks.
jacks
channel
to this jack.
Input source
line output
CENTER
Dolby
or the power
power failure.
jacks
Rear channel
0
the stored data from
the setting again.
Volume level
Front channel
Center
prevents
being lost when the power cord is disconnected
AC outlet,
• When you have connected this unit lo an external amplifier,
select PRE in "9 SP/PRE OUT" on the SET MENU. (See page
back-up
back=up circuit
effect)
or DTS is decoded
of this jack is 90 Hz.)
signals
generated
are also direcled
when
if they
When all connections
this unit.
to this jack.
m'e complete,
turn on the power of
STANDBY/ON
POWER (,3/I)
0
• The adjusiments made in the fk)llowing settings have an effect
on the signals output f]'om the 6CH PREOUT jacks.
-- BASS BOOST settings
-- Speaker settings
-- DSP programs
U
Press STANDBY/ON (POWER (u/i) on the
remote control) to turn on the power of this
unit,
[]
Turn on the video monitor connected to this
unit,
• When
you
use only some
using commercially
settings
SET
soon after turning
(speaker
of the included
available
speakers,
the power
mode settings)"
6 speakers
adjust
speaker
or when
mode
on. See "1 SPEAKER
on page 60 f\)r details.
19
This section
explains
how to adjust
using the lest lone generator.
complete,
should
the oulput
level heard at the listening
and the various
Logic, Dolby
decoder,s
(Dolby
RIGHT
is
position
This is important
sound
Digital,
CENTER
field processor;
Dolby
SUBWOOFER
Pro
Pro Logic II and DTS).
this unit cannot
connected
the O
of the digital
LEFT
output levels
this adjustment
be the same fi'om each speaker.
for best perfonnanee
• Since
speaker
When
enter
the test mode
to this unit, be sure
SILENT
jack
when
m unplug
while
headphones
the headphones
are
from
using the test tone.
LSUR.
[]
Use the lest 1one lo balance the output levels of the
speakers.
R SUR.
Adjust the level of the effect speakers using
</> so that it matches the level of the front
speakers.
While adjusting, the test tone is heard from the
selecled speaker.
• The adjustment of each speaker output level should be made at
your listening position using the remote control.
• To adjust the level of the front speakers,
the remote controh
[]
When adjustment is complete, pressTEST
stop the test tone.
• it is not necessary
to readjust
the speake_
set (as long as you do not change
listening
simply
to or watching
by pressing
• If the output
fi'ont speakers,
model)
U
Press
AMP,
[]
PressTEST
I_]
Press VOL +/- to adjust
to output
the test tone.
the volume
(front left speaker),
RIGHT
speaker),
(front
(in order) from the LEFT
CENTER
right speaker),
(cenler
(subwoofer).
for about 2 seconds
speaker),
R SUR. (rear right
L SUR. (rear left speaker),
SUBWOOFER
and the
The tone is produced
from each speaker.
one-third
on the SET MENU
center
and rear speakers
volume
control.
(center,
m match
of the normal
• If "IA
center
CENTER"
speaker
rear left, and
the level of the
on SET MENU
to -10
the front speaker
output
level. After
dB (see
level
you have set "IEE
to ---10 dB, adjust
the levels
for the
again.
aummatica!ly
• If "IC
output
adjusted
REAR
on the SET MENU
is not connected,
output
is set m NON
the center
fi'om the front
channel
and the
sound
is
left and right speakers.
LR" on the SET MENU
is set to NON,
level of the rear left and right speakers
cannot
in step 4. The test rune will be circulated
the
be
skipping
rear right and left speakers.
• If "ID
BASS"
on the SET MENU
tone will be circulated
2O
at the desired
enough
decreases
Level"
once they are
You can enjoy
speakers
set "1E E Level"
to
of this
unit so you can hear the test tone.
The lest 1one is heard
the input source
be increased
page 61). This setting
to about
levels
the speakers).
VOL +/- on the remote
level of the effect
rear right) cannot
(U.S.A.
use VOL +/- on
skipping
is set to FRONT,
the subwoof_r.
the test
the
[]
Adjust
the volume
The volume
You can play the software
components
connected
loaded
on the audio
Example:
and video
level.
digitally.
-70 dB
Control
to this unit.
to the desired
level is displayed
range:
VOLUME
MUTE
(minimum)
to
0 dB (maximum)
SLEEP
• If you have connected
OUT,
or MD/CD-R
a recording
OUT jacks,
component
and you
low volume during playback
of other
the recording
compzment
on.
Inputselector
bu_ons
•
Enhancing
to the VCR
notice
distortion
components,
or
try turning
the bass tones
Press B. BOOST.
• "Bass
DSP
Boost
• This
bu_ons
ON"
function
subwoofer
appears
enhances
by
in the display.
the
increasing
bass
the
tones
of the
level
of the
low-range
press
B. BOOST
frequencies.
• "Ib cancel
B. BOOST
mode,
again.
..+.:
B.BOOST
(U.S.A. model)
• The B. BOOST
are connected.
mode does
not function
when
the headphones
Indication on the front panel display (example):
• If a thudding
noise is heard f]'onl the subwoofbr
when this
function
is turned on, lower the subwoof?r
level. Otherwise,
V_DEO
IU_Tut.-U
r"* P--
""
_"I I
HU_
,'-. = f
I
Selected
input source
L(I
subwoof?r
- ,'-.
low-bass
I
Input
mode
•
may be damaged
due to an excessive
the
input level of
signal.
To mute the sound
Press MUTE on the remote control.
[]
Press POWER (b/n) to turn on the power.
Turn on the A/V component connected to
this unit.
I_1 Press INPUT ,/v on the front panel
repeatedly (one of the input selector buttons
on the remote control) to select the input
source.
To resmne
the
audio
• You can also cancel
mute
oulput,
press
MUTE
again.
..+.:
• During
panel
muting,
by pressing
the "MUTE"
indicator
VOL +/---, etc.
flashes
on the front
display.
The selected input source name and input mode
appear on Ihe front panel display for a few seconds.
[]
Start playback or select a broadcast station
on the source component.
Refer to the operation instructions for the
component.
21
•
When you have finished
this unit
using
(0/I)
Press STANDBY/ON
on the front panel (POWER
on the remote
mode.
Io set this unit in the standby
•
control)
• When AUTO is selected, this unit automatically determines the
type of signal. If this unit detects a Dolby Digital oz"DTS
signal, the decoder automatically switches to the appropriate
setting.
• Each time you turn on the power (t1'this unit, the input mode is
set according to "8 INPUT MODE" setting on the SET MENU
(see page 63 lk/r details).
Setting the sleep timer
Use this feature
standby
1o automatically
set this unit in the
mode after the amount
sleep timer
of time you have set. The
is useful when you are going
this unit is playing
or recording
• When
Io sleep while
some
a source.
playback
..+..
playing
Press
time.
a source)
SLEEP
to set the amount
of
playing
the sound
the front panel display
after
a LD source
set the input mode
on
display
indicator
lights up on the front panel
soon after the sleep timer has been set.
The display
then returns
to the previous
appears
repeatedly
on the front
After a few seconds,
"SLEEP"
panel
"SLEEP
indicator
Io 1he previous
until "SLEEP
OFF"
display.
OFF"
disappears,
goes off and the display
the
returns
indication.
for some
encoded
the noise of an unprocessed
select the type of input signals
the source
to a digital
Press INPUT
MODE
(the input selector
have pressed
to select
the input source on 1he remote
control)
repeatedly
until the desired
button
that you
input mode is shown
on the front panel display.
• AUTO:
In this mode, the input signal
automatically
is selected
as follows:
1)Digital
signal
2)Analog
signal
• DTS:
In this mode, only the digital input signal
encoded with DTS is selected.
• ANALOG:
In this mode, only the analog
selected.
22
input signal is
In this case,
input jack and set the
input mode to AUTO or DTS.
playing
the input mode to ANALOG
a source
encoded
while
with a DTS signal,
this unit
no sound.
encoded
with a DTS signal
with
the input mode set to AUTO;
- This unit automatically
switehes to the DTSdecoding mode (The "tits"
indicator lights up) after
having detected
the DTS source
PCM
- When
the DTS signal. When playback of
is completed,
the "tits"
indicator
can be played.
source
is flashing,
only DTS
If you want to play a normal
soon, set the input mode back to AUTO.
the input mode
is set to AUTO and a search
or
skip operation
is performed
during playback of a
DTS source, the "tits"
indicator may flash. If this
status
you desire.
connection
this unit may reproduce
• The sleep timer setting can also be canceled by setting this unit
in the standby mode by using POWER (¢/I) on the remote
control (or STANDBY/ON on the t?ont panel) or by
disconnecting the AC power cord from the AC outlet.
with a variety of input jacks. You can
recorded,
In this case,
has been
DTS signal.
source
Input modes and indications
is
with a DTS signal and set
the input mode to ANALOG,
may flash. While this indicator
•
LD players.
data of the player
..+.:
This unit comes
when
signal
that h_s not been digitally
even if you make a digital
• If you play a source
Press SLEEP
the digital
this unit and the player.
reproduces
Canceling the sleep timer
because
or DTS on
in any way, you may not be able to perform
• If you switeh
indication.
fi,tr a moment
DTS-CD/LDs
output
DTS decoding
connect
The "SLEEP"
Digital
delays
to ANALOG.
playing
• If the digital
between
SLEEP I20 _n ½ SI_EP _) _m
l
OFF _ SLEEP 30 rain _ SLEEP 60 min _
Dolby
a search
• If you play a source
_S_Ep
with
output
may not be output
processed
as shown below.
the sound
again.
Notes
repeatedly
Each time you press SLEEP,
changes
• When
a disc encoded
resumes
selected
• By connecting a commerciany available timer to this unit, you
can also set a wake-up timer. Refbe to the operation instructions
of the timer.
(While
playing
LD players,
continues
for longer
than 30 seconds,
this unit
will automatically
switch from "DTS-decoding"
mode to PCM digital signal input mode. The "dl_"
indicator will turn oft'.
This unit's
built-in
DSP (Digital
hall and movie theater,
selected audio source.
Sound
field Processor)
with its 9 sound field programs.
can simulate
various
For Ihe best results,
[]
acoustic
choose
enviromnenls,
a program
including
appropriate
a concert
for the
Press AMP,
P_I Press one ofthe DSP program buttons on
the remote control to select the desired
program,
[]
After selecting the desired program, press
the same button repeatedly to select the
desired sub-program if available,
• You can also select
DSP progrmn
by pressing
DSP A/v
on the
fi'ont panel.
• Select
(U.S.A. model)
the DSP program
the name
and description
that you
given
feel sounds
best regardless
of
f\)r it below.
Indication on the front panel display (example):
Prograill
naille
I DVD/CD
MOVIE T_ITI_ 1
r,m
F"
- L"
........
L.
i'?" ....
Sub-program
•
.:_L. ,,.
I L"
.- I
I
name
Feature of DSP programs
No.
Program
1
CONCERT
2
JAZZ
HALL
.o
¢O
CLUB
O
(t}
CI
This is the sound field at stage t_ont in "The Bottom
seats up to 3t)0 people.
CONCERT
Its wide left to right seating
3
ROCK
4
ENTERTAINMENT/
This program
DISCO
sound is dense and bighty concentrated.
sound.
ENTERTAINMENT/
5ch Stereo
Using this program increases the listening
background music at palsies, etc.
_.
"_
Features
A large round concelx hall witb a rich surroand eflEct. Pronounced
reflections from all directions
emphasize the extension of soands. The soand field has a great deal of presence, and yore"
virtual seat is near the center, close to the stage.
Line", a famous
arrangement
New York jazz club, that
ofl_rs a real and vibrant
sound.
The ideal program for lively, dynamic rock masic. The data fi_r this program was recorded
LA's "hottest" rock club. Tbe listener's virtual seat is at the center-lefl of tbe hall.
recreates
the acoastic
environment
at
of a lively disco in the heart of a big city. The
It is also characterized
by a high=energy,
"imlnediate"
E
,-'
7_
position
range. This is a sound field suitable
fi_r
23
No.
Program
4
ENTERTAINMENT/
Game
This program
ENTERTAINMENT/
Concert Video
This program produces
jazz or rock conceit
TV SPORTS
With this program,
9,
IX_ ...,=
_=o
5
Features
_,_
adds a deep and spatial
f_efing to video game sounds.
an enthusiastic
atmosphere
you can enjoy watching
and lets you feel as if you are a_ an actual
various
TV programs
such as news, variety
shows
music
or sports
programs.
In shouts
a stereo and
broadcast
ofa spor_s
game,
tile commentator
oriented programs
at the center
position,
and tile
the atmosphere
in the
stadium
spread on theis
surround side, while their spread to the rear is properly restrained.
O _.
6
MONO
MOVIE
This program
is provided
program produces
sound field.
7
MOVIE THEATER
Spectacle
1/
MOVIE
11
_.
8
MOVIE
THEATER
clearly
(such as old movies).
Tile
movie productions).
reproduces
dialog
and sound effects
Digital and DTS-encoded
software employing
This program is ideal for precisely reproducing
2/
in tile latest sound fk_r]n of science
the most advanced techniques.
the sound design of'the newest
70-mm and
multichannel
souodtrack films. The sound field is made to be similar to that of the newest
theaters, so the reverberations
of"the sound field it_lf are restrained as much as possible.
MOVIE THEATER
General
9
video sources
to create sound depth by using only the presence
fiction films, thus creating a broad and expansive
cinematic space amid the silence. You can
enjoy science fiction films in a virtual-space
sound field that includes Dolby Sun'oued. Dolby
Adventure
I=
Ill •
Z.=
_
O
large-scale
This program
Sci-Fi
IX
_¢_
, _
monaural
reverberation
This program creates the extremely wide sound field of a 70-ram movie theater. It precisely
reproduces the source sound in detail, making both the video and tile sound field incredibly real.
This is ideal fi)r any kind of' video som'ce encoded with Dolby SmTound. Dolby Digital or DTS
(especially
THEATER
for reproducing
tile optimum
2/
movie
This program is fi_r reproducing
sounds froin 70-ram and muhichanne! soundtrack films, and is
characterized
by a soft and extensive sound field. The presence sound field is relatively narrow.
It spatially spreads all around and toward the screen, restraining the echo effect of conversations
without losing clarity.
DD/DTS/ENHANCED
This program
ideally simulates
the multi-smTound
speaker
systems of"the 35-into film theaters.
Dolby Pro Logic and Dolby Pro Logic II decoding, Dolby Digital decoding or DTS decoding
and digital sound field processing create precise effects without altering the original sound
orientation.
The sun'oued effects produced by this sound field wrap aroued the viewer nalurally from the
back to the lefi and right, and toward the screen.
_
9
DD/DTS/NOR
MAL
The built-in
decoderprocess
precisely
reproduces
sounds
sound _paration
et't_cts ffoin
The highly
efficient
decoding
improves
crosslalk
and and
channel
and sotlrces.
makes sound
positioning smoother and more precise.
O
In this program.
_
• When
you set this unit in the standby
you turn on the power
• When
The
• There
you select
_
• When
of your
source
and DSP program
are memorized
and are automatically
selected
when
this unit automatically
not light up when
with sub-programs
listening
available
all input signal
room
selects
selecting
the last DSP program
program
No.
9 except
with this unit. However,
used
in Enhanced
the selection
with that source.
mode.
depends
on the input
signal
format
and not
fk/rmats.
affect the DSP program.
Minimize
the sound
reflections
in your
room
to maximize
the effect
by the program.
a monaural
will be heard
source
is being
from the front
the SET MENU
24
source,
does
can be used with
• The acoustics
created
an input
are 9 programs
the current
again.
" indicator
all sub-programs
mode,
no DSP ei'f_ct is applied.
played
speakers
is set to NON.
with
PRO LOG1C/Normal
and the rear speakers.
the center
channel
sound
or PRO LOGIC/Enhanced,
Sound can only be heard
is output
from the front
or PRO LOGIC
fl'om the center
speakers.)
speaker:
lI Movie,
(If "1A
no sound
CENTER"
on
•
Table of Program
This unit
formal.
aulomatically
_
chooses
Input
_
Program
No.
7
_
t
MOVIE
THEATER
2
9
the
appropriate
decoder
and
DOLBY
DIGITAL
2 channel
DSP
sound
field
paltern
according
to the input
5.1 channel
ANALOG, PCM,
DOLBY DIGITAL, DTS
MOVIE
THEATER
8
Names for Each Input Format
70 mm Spectacle
DGTL
70 mm Sci-Fi
DGTL
70 rain Adventure
70 mm General
DGTL
6.1 channel
DTS
Speclacle
DTS Spectacle
Sci-Fi
DTS Sci-Fi
DGTL Adventure
General
DOLBY
DIGITAL
+ Matrix 6.1
Spectacle
DTS Adventm'e
Adventure
DTS General
General
--
Normal
--
Enhanced
DTS DIGITAL
SUR
--
Normal
--
--
Enhanced
--
PRO LOGIC
* means
the Matrix
6. I
Sci-Fi 6.1
DOLBY
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC
signal
--
DTS
+ Matrix
6.1
Spectacle
6. I
Sci-Fi 6.1
6. I
Adventure
6. I
General
Matrix 6.1
--
Enhanced
6.1
-Matrix 6.1
Enhanced
Normal
--
--
--
--
--
--
Movie
--
--
--
Music
--
--
--
6.1 decoder
6. I
--
Enhanced
II
6. I
6.1
is ON.
.%,,.
• If Dolby
Digital
the remote
program
• When
EX software
the Dolby
Digital
or DTS ES sol,ware
+ Matrix
is played
6.1 or DTS + Matrix
when
AUTO
6.1 deceder
is selected
usually
turns
by pressing
the MATRIX
on and the corresponding
6.1 button
on
DSP
is selected.
• MATRIX
speaker,
Surround
control,
6.1 on the remote
control
In this case the program
playing
corresponding
a 6.1 channel
name
can be used
name
source
changes
to play Dolby
Digital
_o the corresponding
with MATRIX
6.1 on the remote
or DTS 5.1 channel
name
control
sources
with the virtual
rear center
tor 6.1 channel.
turned
off, the program
name
changes
to the
tor 5.1 channel.
25
•
Selecting
PRO LOGIC II
You can enjoy the 2-channel
discrete
No. 9.
channels
(While
playing
sources
by selecting
decoded
into five
PRO LOGIC/1
a 2-channel
• Some
in program
Press
P_I
Press ND/DTS.
AMP.
The previously
selected
SELECT
decoder,
sub program
repeatedly
PRO LOGIC
After selecting
II), select
appears
to select
on the
the mode
the
II.
on the decoder
source by pressing
The selection swilches
PRO LOGIC
6.1 decoding
playing
appropriate
(PRO
LOGIC
II Movie _
II Music
• You can select PRO LOGIC, PRO LOGIC II Movie, and PRO
LOGIC II Music by pressing DSP A/_I' on the front panel
repeatedly.
a source,
select
source
"Matrix6.
may not
to the
6.1 decoder
I".
is not possible
the sound
headphones
when
when
a Dolby Digital KARAOKE
5ch S_ereo is selected.
• The setting
mede.
el_ct
even if
is turned
AUTO
CINEMA
is being played;
into standby
DSP
DSP, you can enjoy all DSP
rear speakens.
a natural
source
once this unit turns
Virtual CINEMA
without
off;
are connecled;
becomes
m reproduce
..+..
To turn on the Malrix
when
programs
ES sol)wine
tbr this unit to switch
is pressed in the l)._llowing cases:
REAR LR" in lhe SET MENU is set to NON;
With Virtual
PRO LOGIC
mode.
such
EX or DTS
is necessary
when
•
for the
DD/DTS.
as follows;
Surround
that
a 6.1-channel
MATRIX6.1
when "IC
front panel display.
Press
Matrix
when
source)
Digital
the signal
• Playing
_1
[]
Dolby
contain
It creates
virtual
speakens
sound field.
You can listen m virtual CINEMA
DSP by setting "1C
REAR LR" in the SET MENU to NON. Sound field
processing
changes
to VIRTUAL
CINEMA
DSP
automatically.
.%,:
• Playback using DOLBY PRO LOGIC II decoders is possible
only fi_r 2-channel signals.
•
Playing Dolby Digital Surround
EX or DTS ES software
• When virtual CINEMA DSP is functioning, the "VIRTUAL"
indicator lights up on the fi'ont panel display.
• This unit is not set in the virtual
"IC
Press MATRIX 6.1 to turn on the Dolby Digital
6.1 or DTS + Malrix 6.1 decoder.
The rear cenler channel
channels,
and output
is created
from virtual
+ Matrix
+ Matrix
depending
speaker
sources.
• Matrix6.1:
Virtual
DOLBY
the sound
96-kHz
when
using the test _one; oz"
when
connecting
switches
Dolby
6.1 and DTS + Matrix
on the signal. Virtual
6.1
rear center
does not work for 5.1 channel
The virtual
rear cenler speaker
a 5. l-channel
rear cenler speaker
can
source.
does not work in
.%,:
• When the Matrix 6.1 decoder is functioning, lhe "MATRIX"
indicator lights up on the fi'ont panel display.
CINEMA
el_ct
sampling
DSP mode
in the lk_llowing
DIGITAL
II, or DTS Normal
when
speaker.
this setting.
26
Pro Logic
when
be used when playing
• OFF:
the 5ch Stereo,
from rear left and right
This setting produces 6-channel playback
of 1he input source using the Matrix 6.1
decoder.
LR" is set to NON
rear center
This mode automatically
Digital
when
Normal,
The display changes AUTO _ Matrix6.1 _ OFF each
time the MATRIX 6.1 button is pressed.
• AUTO:
REAR
is turned
off;
digital
signals
the headphones.
Normal,
program
even if
cases:
Pm Logic
is selected;
are input m this unit;
•
SILENT
You can
enjoy
CINEMA
a powerful
sound
could expert
from actual
CINEMA
DSR You can
by connecting
while
DSP
your
the digital
program
indicator
sound
effects
slereo
reproduction.)
similar
Io what
you
field
to the
processor
the front
m'e off, you
_
DSP
all the
Analog
with
signal
Display
Analog
PCM
Digital signal
Dolby
SILENT
DTS
DTS signal
CINEMA
lights
DSP is functioning,
up on the front panel
Digital
normal
Other digital signals
indicator
input is not known,
signal
Dolby
--'4":
• When
digital
mode.
PCM signal
(When
soume
When
is set to the analog
Input
"SILENT"
display.
to the
the mode
jack
is on. Enjoy
The
panel
listen
SILENT
• Format:
The type of an input signal.
speaker,s
with SILENT
lislen to SILENT
CINEMA
the headphones.
up on
sound
field
headphones
using
lights
DSP
Unknwn
(Unknown
the "SILENT'
Digital
Digital)
display.
• f,:
The sampling
• This
l_ature
signals
is not available
when
96-kHz
sampling
digital
is input.
are input to this unit.
• The sound
of LFE channel
will be mixed
and output
from the
The number
Normal
a Dolby
Stereo Reproduction
Press STEREO
Io 1urn off the sound
effect
of audio channels
Digital
The mnount
when
again to turn the sound
signal
is not known,
when
a digital
"unknown"
signal
appears
on
included
or DTS signal
in an input
signal when
is input.
• Rate (bit rate):
effect for normal
s_ereo reproduction.
Press STEREO
of an input
the front panel display.
• Audio Channels:
headphone.
•
IYequency
If the frequency
of data
a Dolby
not known,
back on.
contained
Digital
in an input signal
or DTS signal
"unknown"
appears
is input.
per second
If the bit rate is
on the fi'ont panel
display.
• Fig (flag):
An identit_cation
• If you turn off the sound
cen_er
ett_cts,
no sound
is output
Dolby
from the
"None"
or rear speakers.
• The volume
may be greatly
reduced
when
you turn off the
sound ett?cts or if you set "4 D. RANGE"
on the SET MENU
to MIN. In this case turn on the sound eft_ct.
• The sound
of LFE
channel
will be directed
right or the subwool_r
(or both)
setting
on the SET MENU.
of "I D BASS"
• If you turn off the sound
signal
is being
automatically
speaker
output,
et_cts
while
the dynamic
compressed
channels
channels
to the front letl and
depending
a Dolby
on the
Digital
or DTS
range of the signal
and the sounds
are mixed and output
of the center
from
is
and rear
the fi'ont speakers.
Displaying
the information
about
stereo
the type,
you can display
l_._rmat and sampling
the components
connected
fbequency
inlk_rm_tion
of the signal
such
as
on the frtmt
panel
digital
input
jacks
digital
signals.
sampling
digital
signal
-
DSP
-
Sound
programs
front
will
left
adjusted
unit
can
Note
the
following
cannot
right
the
the
while
as 2-channel
speakers.
subwoofer
MODE
level
to this
handle
digital
96-kHz
when
96-kHz
unit:
be selected.
be oulput
and
from
of this
is input
a
display.
The
sampling
when
If the flag is not detected,
Notes on 96-kHz sampling
signals
Therefore,
reproduction,
in an input signal
is input.
•
SPEAKER
input signal
During
or DTS signal
appears
oulput
•
signal contained
Digital
of the
on the
from
only
the
]nay be sound
depending
settings
listening
slereo
(There
on
SET
effect
speakers
to such
a source.
the
MENU.)
cannot
be
input t_om
to this unit.
(While playing a stereo source)
U
Press AMP.
Press v to display the information about the
input signal.
27
Recording adjustments and olher operations are
performed from the recording components. Refer Io the
operation instructions for these components.
•
_1
result
Turn on the power of this unit and all
connected component.
Attempting
Start playback (or select a broadcast station)
on the source component.
to digitally
in noise
being
unit
• Do a test recording
• When
before
between
the components
• The setting
• A given
• Check
to VCR
• While
in your
the
to the same OUT (Rec)
IN is not
country
to record
of copyrighted
t}om
material
the sound
effect
created
by this
DSP processing.
recording
• During
functions
video
images
digital
recording,
do not work.
played
menu.
Karaoke
(See pages
If you playback
a video source
encoded
to prevent
28
not elt?ct
laws.
to record
do not display ON-SCREEN
be also recorded.
picture
"5 [JR BALANCE"
does
input from VCR
etc. Recording
copyright
• It is not possible
unit's
laws
CDs, radio,
may infiinge
the signal
record
OUT.)
the copyright
records.
VOLUME,
is not output
(For example,
recording.
you cannot
to this unit.
and DSP programs
input source
channel.
mode,
connected
of BASS BOOST,
on the SET MENU
recorded
materiah
output
you start an actual
this unit is set in the standby
signals
during
the DVD
If displayed,
vocal
and Cinema
will
dialog
35 and 36.)
that uses scrambled
it from being dubbed,
itself may be disturbed
mode,
the menu
due to those
or
1he
signals.
record
the
DTS
bitstream
will
recorded.
can perform
external
timer
instructions
• Stored
playback
playback
(not supplied).
for the component
data, such
to 1he
with
an
operating
the timer
to be used.
will be reflected
when
with the timer.
any sound
timer, turn the volume
or recording
Refer
and
_s input somce,
or recording
• If you do not want
Start recording on the recording component,
when
Timer playback/recording
This
The procedure for selecting an input source is 1he
same as Ihe one described in "BASIC PLAYBACK"
on page 21.
considerations
recording DTS software
•
P_I Select the source component you want to
record from.
I_]
Special
down.
output
when
recording
with a
This unit is designed
This unit is designed
for use with following
only. Never attempt
unit because
types of disc
to load any other type of disc into this
it may damage
this unit.
region
management
nmnber
marked
In this manual,
w._um
not match this unit's
DVD*Audio
region
that supports
the regional
number
_muu=o
mmmm
Video CD
_muu=o
does
(see the table shown
Region
number of
this unit
U.S.A. and Canada
models
code
If the number
below or the back of this unit), this unit refuses
thai disc.
the type of discs are indicated
DVD-Video
Check
on the disc packages.
Model
VIDEOCD_
to meet DVD standard
system.
to play
Discs can be
played
"1 ....
1", "ALL" or a
mark which includes
as below.
the region number
Audio CD
U.K. and Europe
models
"2 ....
2", "ALL" or a
mark which includes
the region number
,,2-.
Australia model
• This
ROM,
unit is not compatible
DVD-RAM,
SVCD,
RW and DVD+RW
discs
cannot
CD-ROM,
CDV, etc. (some
"4 ....
made
DVD-R,
DVD-
be played
,,4-.
by reliable
manufacturers.
depending
General model
"3 ....
(heart,
etc.).
,,3-.
• Hold discs by touching
DVD
and VCD
not be available
are subject
instruction.
• This
signal
to sofkware
unit cannot
type
features
described
or may operate
producer's
play the video
is PAL. (U.S.A.
in this manual
way because
design.
each
Check
parts of a disc whose
models
only the edges
or center hole.
may
in a diftbrent
and Canada
3", "ALL" or a
mark which includes
the region number
on the disc
characteristics
or recording
conditions.
• Do not use any non standm'd shaped discs
• Some
4", "ALL" or a
mark which includes
the region number
DVD-
can be played).
• Be sure to use only discs
Some
with Phom-CD,
they
disc's
video
only)
• When
a disc is not currently
tray, store it in an appropriate
• Do not use a disc printed
commercially
available
• Do not expose
or high humidity
being loaded
on the disc
case.
on its surface
by a
label printer.
discs to direct
sunlight,
for a long period
these might warp or otherwise
high lemperature
of time, because
damage
the disc.
NO!
29
[talk,_lml_Vlgl#lgl_g,_l[l[[oJi
• Playback
of discs is generally
particles
of dust or fingerprints
Even so, they should
clean, dry cloth,
wipe straight
no1 affecled
by small
on their playing
surface.
be kepl clean. Wipe by using a
Do not wipe with a circular
outward
motion;
Starting play from a selected chapter
Select a chapter using the numeric buttons (see "To select
a specific track" on page 33) and press ENTER.
Repeat play
You can use chapter repeal or title repeat. (See page 45.)
from the center.
On-screen icons for disc information during play
Totzl chzpler
Current chapter
• Do not try to clean the disc's
of disc cleaner, record spray,
or any other chemical-based
substances might irreparably
surface by using any type
anti-static spray or liquid,
liquid, because such
damage the disc's surface.
This unit can play MP3 format
audio recorded
personal
use with a computer
Play may no1 be possible
condition
following
using MP3 differ from CDs in the
of the disc (example)
Since the MP3 formal
is assigned
can slore several
to a "Title",
albmns
on a disc,
and a file is assigned
"Chapter".
Root directory
[_
[_
3O
: Title (Folder)
: Chapter
• The tMlowing settings are recommended.
The bit rate 128kbps
(The bit rates ranging t¥om 32kbps to 320kbps are accepted.)
The sampling fi'equency 44.1 kHz
(The sampling frequency 32kHz is not accepted.)
(File)
• Chapters
them
in some cases due to the
ways.
Structure
Elapsed play time (display only,
you cannot use "time index"
ti_ature.)
for
or CD-RW.
of the recording.
Discs recorded
a folder
elc. Ohio CD-R
number
to a
when
may not be played
recording.
in the order
that you arranged
This section explains how each button on the remote
control functions when you play a disc. Press DVD first
when using this unit as a DVD player.
• The buttons on the remote control whose names are
written in green are operation buttons when you
operate this unit in the DVD mode.
• When pressing any of_f_
while
pressing SHI_, these bultons function to operate this
unit as a DVD player.
SETUP
Press to call up the setup menu screen.
Numeric
buttons/CANCEL
Press to enler nmnbers./Press
Io cancel
a specific
mode or
a setting.
O pLAYMODE
Press to switch
normal
among
random
play, program
play, and
play.
f
@ TOP
MENU
Press to display
(23 (_
Q@
lid
®
_,
v,
a disc menu screen.
<, >/ENTER
Use Io select
and determine
an ilem on menu screen,
etc.
(_ ON SCREEN
Press to turn the on-screen icons on and ofi"on the video
monitor.
(_
SHIFT__
[ I
_
c,
---'DVDmode
I I
AUDIO
(P.41)
<_
(P,33)
_>
O ANGLE (P,41)
MARKER
(P,44)
REPEAT
(P.45)
A-B (P.46)
1_) GROUP
O
(P.39)
PAGE (P.40)
_) MENU
Press to call up menu screen contained in the disc.
_YAMAHA
(U.S.A.
0
model)
RETURN
Press to go back Io the previous screen when operaling in
the menu screen.
SUBTITLE
Press to select
a subtitle
language.
O BB
Press to pause.
0
_
_
(P.33)
Press to start playback.
OD
Press to slop playback.
Press to open and close the disc tray.
31
•
To stop playback
Press D.
STANDBY/ON
Resume
function
This unit memorizes
unit is turned
When
where D was pressed
on (1_- indicator
flashes
you press _ in this status,
as long as this
on the display).
playback
resmnes
from
where it was slopped.
"Ib clear the memory,
indicator
chapter
press Eq once more so that the B,-
goes off. (When
review screen
a DVD-Video
disc is played,
a
appeases.)
• Opening the disc tray cancels the resume function.
Chapter review function
This function
plays the first few seconds
from the beginning
of each chapter
of the title up to the memorized
so that you can review previous
Press E> while the message
on the screen.
point
chapters.
for chapter
review is displayed
(eli)
• This function
• Canceling
function.
•
Press
STANDBY/ON
POWER
(u/i)
the power
Press
on the front
on the remote
panel
control
or
to turn
on.
_ to open
I_J
Load a disc.
[]
Press _.
The disc tray closes
the disc tray.
and playback
starts.
.,+,:
• When a menu screen appears _
See "Using a disc's menu" on p_ge 38.
_
[_
:
• When this unit finishes playing a DVD, this unit stops playback
or shows the menu screen.
• This unit cannot play a CD-R or CD-RW disc unless the disc
has been t]nalized. Please make sure to finalize the disc on the
CD recorder befk)re playing it on this unit.
32
some DVDs.
will also clear
Ihe disc by pressing
STANDBY/ON
remote control.
[]
function
the chapter
review
After operation
Remove
(U.S.A. model)
may not work with
resume
_ and then press
on the front panel or POWER(U/I)
on the
llq.*|¥liT[elF.*ll]l_[
•
Search
Press c>_ (or <a<a)on the remole
control
to search
forwm'd
(or backward).
or
Press and hold t>c>/t>ca (or K_/<_)
search forward (or backward).
on the front panel Io
.,4,:
• To increase the speed, press or keep pressing >%_,<< on the
remole control repeatedly or keep pressing _>1>_, _-_/_-_< on
the front pane].
• If you search
forward
or backward
while a Dolby
Digital
or
DTS disc is played, the input mode is automatically switched
rl_
to the analog mode and cannot be switched to other modes.
•
Pause
(U.S.A. model)
Press.
•
Skip
To resume
Press t>ca (or _<1) on the remote
control
to skip forward
o
play, press t>.
•
Frame advance/reverse
Ii
Press
during
[]
Press
the cursor
O'l
O
(or backwm'd).
or
Press c>c>/t>ca (or _<1/<_)
forward (or backward).
Press _a<a on the remote
on the front panel to skip
control
panel once for each chapter
or _/<a<a
(track)
on the front
• "Ib return
to be skipped.
playback.
buttons
lo normal
• Each time you press Ibe cursor buttons
when you keep pressing
advancing
• When playing aVCD with playback conu'ol (p.38), skip
• Frames
operation may not function as described above.
•
track
number
using numeric
(to select
Ii
Press
->10.
[]
Press
1.
I_i
Press
7.
track
17):
when
DVD-Audio
((, ;'), or
keep
is pressed.
discs, frames
reverse only in the video
advance
or
pm_s.
buttons.
"Ib select a two-digit numbe_; press >_10 and then enter
upper figure and the last figure successively.
Example
them, frames
or reversing.
also advance
• With some
To select a specific track
Enler a desired
(<,)).
play, press E>.
• With Video CD, you cannot move backward.
the
•
SIow__[_
_1
Press
[]
Press
Press
front
during
_>
playback,
(or <_)
on the remote
or
and hold _>D_
on the
panel,
• "Ib return
lo normal
• "Ib increase
play, press E>.
the speed,
t>c> <a<a on the remole
pressing
• With Video
(or _/<_)
control,
press or keep pressing
control
repeatedly
or keep
t>c>/c>ca _a<a/<a<a on the front panel.
CD, you cannot
move backward.
I
33
Icons for player menu has 4 different menu
bars as below. To switch the menu bar, press
the cursor buttons (A, v).
YOUcan control various itelns using on-screen inenu bar.
@i_Play menu
@ Displaymenu
@ Audio
menu
$
_9]Videomenu
ON_
RETURN
(U.S.A. model)
_1
Press
[]
Press the cursor buttons ((,))
item you wish to adjust.
The selecled ilem is highlighled.
I_i
Press the cursor buttons (A, v, (, ;,) to
change setting.
• With some ilems, you need Io press ENTER or)
to delermine the setting,
• You can also use the numeric buttons when
entering number,s to select a chapter, etc.
•
To turn the screen off
ON SCREEN.
Each time ON SCREEN
changes as below.
is pressed,
the menu bar
@ Icons for disc menu
@ Icons for playermenu
to select the
Press RETURN repeatedly.
@ Shuttlescreen
• Some
--
34
off
_J
•
items cannot
To change
be accessed
when
the play is stopped.
the menu bar position
When the menu bar does not appear properly, you can
adjust its position.
U
Select the rightmost
Example)
icon (_J).
[]
Press the cursor buttons (_, v) to move the
menu bar.
eg) DVD-Video
Title
number
Track
Karaoke
number
vocal
(Karaoke
DVD
This works
Chapter
only)
only when
DISC
DIRECT
is functioning.
Solo: OFF or ON
number
Duet:
Group
on/off
OFE V1 +V2, VI or V2
number
Time
_11)Subtitle
on/off
(2) Subtitle
language
index
hour:minute:second)
Angle
number
You can start play I¥om the desired
peint
by specit}cing
the elapsed
Eg) If you start play from
time.
1:46:50
encoded
Playback
order.
"[61 "[5]
Changing
selecting
scene
"[0] "[ENTER]
the time
elapsed
remaining
remaining
Audio
When
time
sound
is
you have
(11) Audio
track
number
(2) Audio
track
Language:
• Time
remaining
random-sequence
• When
number
playing
on the disc does
with
or time is displayed.
When
you select
be adjusted.
a page number,
on that page
the
is played.
type:
English
SVE:
Swedish
CHI:
Chinese
French
NOR:
Norwegian
KOR:
Korean
DEU:
German
DAN:
Danish
MAL:
Malay
ITA:
Italian
POR:
Portuguese
VIE:
Vietnamese
ESP:
NLD:
Spanish
Dutch
RUS:
JPN:
Russian
Japanese
THA:
*:
Thai
Others
type/data
LPCM/PPCM/[]aDolbyDigital/DTS[MPEG:
abbreviations.
k (kHz):
See 1t3 lbr
Sampling
b (bit): Number
the disc's
not appears
during
program
disc using playback
control,
Signal
type
frequency
of bits
Nmnber
of channels
Example:
3/2 .lch
specification.
or
pl_y.
a video-CD
cannot
FRA:
ch (channel):
in accordance
number
ENG:
Signal
See _AIl\)r language
may differ
is
/A] Language
a channel,
LR _L_R
• Display
control
Page
picture
output from the channel
selected.
@ Audio signal
details.
control
time
mode
you select
playback
time
1
-Disc
ffl
O
the
is
display
I
Track
number,
that angle
control
Indicates
whethel
on or off.
Playback
_ Track
an angle
with
played.
(1 hr 46 rain 50 sex:), press in the
following
[1] "[4]
When
no track
1: Subwoof_r
(not displayed
if there
is no subwool_r
0: Rear channel
not available
1: Rear channel
2: Rear channels
(monaural)
(lel_!right)
1: Front channel
(monaural)
2: Front channels
(let_/right)
3: Front channels
(let,/right)
signal)
on the disc
I
+ Center
35
•
Play mode menu
•
eg) DVD-Video
Display
menu
eg) DVD-Video
A-B repeat
IENTER]
( , R46)
(start point)
IPB display
"[ENTER]
(finish
Displays
point)
To cancel
picture
IENTERI
*I/P/B
Repeat
the picture
(when
ON _
play (
C: Chapter,
T: Track,
, P.45)
T: Title,
OFF: Normal
A: All, G: Group,
OFF:
play,
Normal
of a still
of the front
panel
OFF
Display
dimmer
Changes
the brighmess
display.
play
_
DIM
_
AUTO*
display
The pl_y modes
RND:
(I/P/B)*
(R73)
BRIGHT
Play mode
type
paused).
cannot
Random
........ : Normal
When
be adjusted.
play, PGM:
Programmed
you select
display
play,
play,
ALL: All groups
AUTO,
gets darker
video
images
when
you pause
when
are recorded
the front panel
the disc on which
is being
played.
etc, it gets brighter
tempo-
But
rarily.
Bookmarks
( + P.44)
You can mark at the points
where
you want to
•
Audio menu
eg) DVD-Video
play again.
(up to 5 points)
To mark a point
i<, >] "[ENTER]
To recall
(at the desired
a bookmark
point)
This cannot
be adjusted.
I<, >l ,[ENTER]
To erase a bookmark
I<, >1 "[CANCEL]
Cinema
(Dolby
dialog
DigitallDTS
3ch or more channel
discs)
This works
fimctioning.
only when DISC DIRECT
is
When selecting ON, the volume
level of the dialog
channel increases.
36
part output
fi'om the center
,!#lk-tOllt,_l,_l_,al_ i _ #1
•
Video menu
Digital
When PROGRESSIVE is on (U.S.A. and Canada models)
picture
Digital picture mode
I DVD'A I I DVD-V I[_
N: Normal
mode
N: Normal
C: Cinema image
U: User mode
To change
(1_ Select
(suited
the user
fbr movie
C: Cinema image (suited fbr movie viewing)
viewing)
Transfer MODE
Selects the method of conversion fi_r
mode
User mode.
(2_ Press
progressive output to suit the type of material
(<, >) m select
the item you
wish m
being played.
Auto {normal): for viewing film material
Vidao: t\n" video material
change.
'_3) Press
(A,
V)
tO change
the setting.
The tk_llowing items al_e displayed
you select "U".
Contrast
dark
(-7
when
to +7)
part of the picture.
Brightness (0 to +15)
Adjusts
the brightness
Sharpness(.;
Australia
;
+6) _,U.K.,Eumpe,
and General
Adjusts
ffl
of the picture.
the horizontal
models)
resolution
of the
ptcture.
Color
(-7
Adjusts
•
Shuttle
to +7)
the shade
[_
Pause
[_
I
I
IL
Search
14: Backward
only
Slow-motion
works
[_
]
JI
Play
[_
on the video
play
I=-:Forward
I
I
• Slow-motion
color.
screen
Slow-motion
play
<1: Backward
i
of the picture's
I
i
I
Search
!_: Forward
parts of DVD-Audio.
|
37
•
Video CD's playback
If a Video CD has "playback
Discs may contain multiple audio tracks, sublitles, index
and bonus materials such as movie traile[_sand cast
informalion, etc. And many of them have menu screens
that enable you 1o control these features. This section
gives you general instruction about how Io operate Ihese
screens. However, the operation methods may differ
depending on the disc.
jacket,
it means
be selected
that particular
for viewing
playback
written
scenes
interactively
using the menu screen.
control
control"
on it or its
or information
This unit can play Video CDs with
control.
Using menus
to control
"menu play"
in these operating
Numeric
buttons:
RETURN:
Press
play of a Video CD is called
instructions.
Press to select
the desired
m go back m the previous
t> (PLAY): Press m play the selected
_>_: Press to show the next screen.
item.
screen.
item.
K<l: Press to show the previous screen.
D (STOP): Press while a menu screen appears
video monitor
• Playback
can
with the lelevision
to cancel
contm!
the playback
is automatically
play or random-sequence
on the
control.
canceled
during
program
play,
TOP MENt
/ ENTER
RETURN
This unit's component video outputs are capable of oulput
progressive signals. You can enjoy even higher quality
picture if you have connecled this unit to a monilor that
can receive progressive signals.
(U.S.A. model)
_1
PressTOP
MENU or MENU
to show menu screen.
With some
discs, menu screen
during
playback
PROGRESSIVE
appean_ aulomatically
when you start playback.
[]
Press the cursor
select the desired
ENTER.
buttons
(A, v,
item and then
<, >) to
press
PROGRESSIVE indicator
(U.S.A. model)
Press
PROGRESSIVE
The PROGRESSIVE
To cancel
38
this feature,
on the front
indicator
panel.
lights up.
press PROGRESSIVE
again.
CONSUMERS
• If the screen shifts off center when using progressive output,
see "Adjusting the screen position" described below.
• When playing 4:3 aspect software with a 16:9 aspect widescreen monitor using progressive output, the picture may
appear horizontally stretched to fill the screen. In that case,
change the aspect to the correct one at your monitor. If the
monitor cannot change the aspect, it is recommended to turn
the progressive feature off. (The progressive output is switched
to the interlace output.)
• When the PROGRESSIVE function is working, video signals
are output only from the component video jacks.
•
and Canada
monilors,
with progressive
signals
the position, follow
remote control.
[]
Press
[]
Follow
output
to pause
SETS ARE
THIS
ARTIFACTS
PRODUCT
TO BE
IN THE PICTURE.
IN CASE
OF 525
PROGRESSIVE
SCAN PICTURE
PROBLEMS,
IT
IS RECOMMENDED
THAT THE USER SWITCH
THE CONNECTION
DEFINITION"
TO THE "STANDARD
OUTPUT.
IF THERE
QUESTIONS
REGRADING
MONITOR
COMPATIBILITY
ARE
OUR VIDEO
WITH THIS MODEL
525P DVD PLAYER, PLEASE CONTACT
CUSTOMER
SERVICE CENTER.
may shift off center
projector
with YAMAHA
OUR
digital
cinema
DPX- 1.
from this unit. "Ib adjust
described
below using the
0'1
O
the step 1 on "Operating
> to select
Adjust
THAT NOT ALL
play.
on page 34 to show
Press
WITH
This unit is compatible
the screen
the method
COMPATIBLE
DISPLAYED
NOTE
TELEVISION
AND MAY CAUSE
models)
With some video
SHOULD
DEFINfI'ION
FULLY
Adjusting the screen position
(when using progressive
output)
(U.S.A.
[]
HIGH
the video
menu
SHIFT _
bar"
menu,
the rightmost
icon (_J).
PAGE
GROUP
the position.
To move to the left, press the nmneric
To move to the right,
button
press the nmneric
button
A, v,<,}
/ ENTER
I.
3.
iiiiiiiiiiiii!i!iiiiill
i!ii!iii!ii!ili!ii!il
Example:
(U.S.A. model
Press 3 to move to the right.
• Pressing
the numeric
sets the screen
button
back to the original
• You can check whether
or not by switching
I_1
so the indicator
position.
First press D and then press SETUP
Then press SETUP
and now the position
procedure,
power
off.
the position
is in the center
output
PROGRESSIVE
1 or 3
is saved
[]
(press
to show setup
Even if you skip this
until you turn the
Press
GROUP
while
pressing
The group and track icons
monitor.
turns oft').
once again (or RETURN)
is saved.
To play a track on a specific
group
position.
the picture
to normal
Save the adjusted
menu.
•
2 after pressing
[]
Press
the cursor
group
number
Press
track
The selected
buttons
and press
the cursor
number
buttons
and press
SHIFT,
appear on the video
(/% v)
to select
a
to select
a
ENTER.
(/% v)
ENTER.
track starts Io play.
..+..
• You can also use the numeric buttons to select a group and a
track.
|
39
•
To play a bonus group
Some discs contain
password,
consult
bonus groups.
the disc jacket,
U
Press
D to stop
[]
Press
GROUP
[]
pressing
Press the cursor
buttons
group
cursor
button
Enter
a 4 digit
To change
DVD-Audio
"pages"
(A, v)
press
to select
ENTER
a
appears
press
buttons
press
the original
also has an effect
of a disc recorded
or the
function,
sound
sampling
quality.
on improving
with lower
a DVD-Audio
and the DVD-
with the 192kHz
keeping
frequency
This
the sound quality
sampling
frequency.
using
the numeric
ENTER.
(A, v)
to select
a
screens
called
ENTER.
pages
may contain
DISC DIRECT
some information
galleries,
artist biographies
and
Press DISC
Each
it appem_s, you can move to another
PAGE while SHIFT
on the display
function
DIRECT
DISC DIRECT
password
that show photo
pressing
the DISC
with the multi-channels,
Audio disc recorded
on the video
lyrics, etc.
When
If you operate
disc is played
(>).
and then
and then
SHIFT.
is played,
and then
Press the cursor
track
•
while
icons appear
bonus
4 digit
play.
The group and track
monitor.
buttons
[]
If it requires
etc.
is pressed.
when you change
page by
(Page
number
indicator
DIRECT.
time DISC
DIRECT
is pressed,
the display
changes as follows: AUTO_'ON_'OFF_'AUTO
-_.
• AUTO: Some discs swilch this function on or off.
pages.).
(In the case of DVD-Audio
discs, AUTO
is
automatically
swilcbed 1o ON.)
• ON: DISC DIRECT is turned on.
• OFF (initial
setting):
DISC
DIRECT
is turned
oft'.
..+..
• When DISC DIRECT is functioning, the DISC DIRECT
indicator on the t_ont panel lights up.
• To adjust the output level of speakers while DISC DIRECT is
functioning, see "Speaker settings" on the SETUP MENU on
page 52.
• DISC
DIRECT
does
not function
screen is displayed.
• When DISC DIRECT
Sound
et_ct
DIRECT
Only
is t\mctioning,
is not added
I E, 5, 9 settings
(See
Adjusting
the output
sound.
speakers
MENU
cannot
be adjusted
level of speakers
during
using test tone in the
settings
channels
etc do
display.
are switched
to the settings
tk)r DVD
page 52.)
When using headphones,
set the "Speaker
settings"
SETUP MENU m "2-channel'.
(See page 52.)
With some discs,
subwoof_
40
(See
page 64.)
not light up on the front panel
use. (See
DISC
items function.
AMP mode cannot be made. (See page 20.)
The displays of decoders,
PCM, input signal
The speaker
(Turn
effect.)
of the SET
level of effect
playback.
MENU
note the ti)llowing:
to reproduced
off to add sound
page 59.)
The output
while a SETUP
sound
may not be output
from the
on the
•
Subtitles
Press
Some
discs are encoded
multilingual
disc jacket
subtitles
with several
or multiple
audio
camera
etc. to see which feature
SUBTITLE
angles.
Refer to
• Pressing
subtitles
is supported.
the button repealedly
toggles through all
recorded on the disc. You can also use the
cursor
buttons
change
subtitles.
• Subtitles
button.
if the disc does
Press
SUBTITLE.
[]
Press
the cursor
Audio tracks
Press
AUDIO
•
Angles
DVDs
during
formats
can be
button
buttons
tracks.
ANGLE
Press
change audio
section.
• With
fi'om the beginning
track
DVD-Audio,
while playing
track
number
or the nmneric
discs.
See the instruction
of the current
DVD-Audio,
2 may appear
of each
camera
can be selected
during
lights up on the front panel display
with multiple
angles
is being
ANGLE
while
pressing
t_ack
if you
disc.
SHIFT.
rrloi/itor.
• Pressing
ANGLE
repeatedly
while
toggles through all angles recorded
You can also use the cursor buttons
buttons
nmneric
buttons
Io change
pressing
SHIFT
on the disc.
(/x, v) or the
angles.
To turn the icon off
Press RETURN.
other than video
even
if the disc
does not support multiple audio tracks.
• You can also use the button _o turn the vocals on and off on
karaoke
with multiple
ON
This icon appears on _he video
•
• Play restarts
to select
played.
play.
(/x, v)
(A, v)
viewpoint
while a scene encoded
• Pressing the button repeatedly
Ioggles through all
audio _racks recorded on the disc. You can also use
to change
_'
0')
buttons
This icon appears on the
video monitor.
the cursor
(_).
have scenes enc_xted
so that different
playback.
ai_)er you press the
ONLY)
Press the cursor
and OFR
angles
to
not have a subtitle.
immediately
_
[]
Some
buttons
the subtitles:
[]
([_,
(U.S.A. model)
(/x, x/) or the numeric
may not change
To turn on/off
Different aodio track languages and/or
selected if available on the disc.
play.
This icon appears on the
video monitor.
tracks,
• "- -" appears
•
during
• With
angles
some discs,
you cannot
in the way described
menu
and change
• With
some discs,
change
above.
audio
tracks,
subtitles
or
In tha_ case, go m the disc
them.
you canno_ change
angles.
41
IIl.(.',Jli_[Ni_lllllll_.J|;l=_lJ_[t/ll[#]lT,_
[]
[]
Press D to stop play.
[]
Press PLAY MODE while pressing SHIFT.
The -Ml group play" screen appears.
Press _>.
[]
Press PLAY MODE repeatedly while pressing
SHIFT to select the program screen.
Each time you press PLAY MODE while pressing
SHI!_I",the screen changes as follows:
Indication
on the video monitor (example)
Prograin screen ( Programmed
play mode)
Playing in yoar desired order
You can enjoy listening to your favorite tracks selected
from a disc in any desired order by programming tracks.
• The "PGM"
indicator
I_J Press numeric
[]
lights
up on the front
panel
display.
buttons to select the track.
Press _>to start play.
.%,.
• You
/ ENTER
(U.S.A. model)
[[JR Press
D to stop
play.
can
also
use
the
numeric
bunons
to select
a track.
(In the case of DVD-Audio)
• The -MI group play" screen is added to slep 2.
• In step 4, press the cursor buttons (A, v) to select a
group and then press ENTER. Then, press the cursor
buttons (/x, x/) again Io select a track and then press
ENTER.
• You can also use the numeric buttons to select a group
and a track.
42
•
To change or add to the program
during programmed play
_1
Press D repeatedly to stop programmed
play.
When
you select this mode, this unit plays all tracks
disc in random
on a
sequence.
Press the cursor buttons (A, v) to select the
order of the tracks you want to play.
[]
Press the numeric buttons to enter a track
number.
•
To cancel the programmed
[]
Press D repeatedly to stop programmed
play,
[]
Press the cursor buttons (A, v) to select the
track you want to cancel.
[]
Press CANCEL.
tracks
PLAY
O9
¢3
• When you program a track of a Video CD (ver.2.0),
playback control is canceled during programmed
play.
(U.S.A. model)
•
To move up and down the pages
on the program screen
Press <_ to move up the page, or press _
down 1hepage.
Io move
•
To exit programming
_1
Press D repeatedly to stop programmed
play.
[]
Press PLAY MODE twice while pressing
SHIFT.
_1
Press
D to stop
[]
Press PLAY
SHIFT.
play.
MODE
The "RND" indicator
mode
repeatedly
while
pressing
lights up on the front panel
display.
[]
Press
_ to start random
play.
• When turning the power off, opening the disc tray,
or swilching the input source, all the programs are
canceled.
|
43
•
To cancel random
U
Press
D repeatedly
random
[]
Press
mode
to stop playback
during
play,
PLAY MODE
The "RND"
indicator
• Opening
while
pressing
SHIFT,
This feature
allows you to mark up to 5 points so 1hat you
can quickly
return
goes off'.
to those points later.
SHIFT _
the disc tray also cancels
this mode.
MARKER
.....
• When this unit is in random mode while aVideo CD
(ver.2.0) is loaded, playback control is canceled during
random play.
•
Random
CANCEL
<,>
/ENTER
play (DVD-Audio)
In the step 2 of "Random play", press the cursor
((,)) to select a group and then press ENTER.
buttons
Eg) DVD-Audio (The disc that has 2 groups.)
(U.S.A. model)
Press MARKER
[]
while selecting
the group(s)
you have selecled
them, press the cursor
select the group you want Io cancel,
CANCEL
or ENTER.
buttons
(Q))
pressing
SHIFT.
Press the cursor buttons (<, ;,) to select one
of five asterisks.
The selected asterisk is highlighted.
I_J Press ENTER.
The selected asterisk turns to be the bookmark
number.
• You can select more than one group.
• You can use the numeric buttons to select a group.
If you want to cancel
while
to
and then press
.,,+,,.
• You can also cancel a group by entering the number you want
to cancel using numeric buttons.
•
To play from the marked
Press the cursor
number
•
(Q))
to select
point
a bookmark
and press ENTER.
To clear a bookmark
Press the cursor
number
• When
input
44
buttons
buttons
((,))
to select
a bookmark
and press CANCEL.
you open the disc tray, turn this unit offor
source,
all bookmarks
are cleared.
switch
the
•
This function allows you Io play your desired chapter,
track or disc repeatedly.
Program
Press
repeat
REPEAT
programmed
Each
while
pressing
time you press REPEAT
the repeat
SHIFT
during
play. (p.42)
mode changes
while pressing
SHI_,
as follows:
Eg) CO
REPEAT
DVD-Audio/Video-CD/CD
T: TRACK:
The cun'ent
A: ALL: The cun'ent
1rack is played
programmed
repeatedly.
track is played
repeatedly.
OFF:
(returning
(U.S.A. model)
Press
REPEAT
playback
Each
while
to select
time this button
changes
as follows.
mode scrolls
pressing
repeat
SHIFT
during
is pressed,
repeal ]node
mode is canceled.
program
Random-sequence
play)
repeat
0_
C3
once on the multi-information
indicators
Press
repeal
display
light up.
Eg) DVD*Video
REPEAT
while
pressing
SHIFT
during
random play.(p.43)
Each time you press REPEAT while pressing
the repeat mode changes as follows:
SHI_,
Eg) CD
DVD-Video
DVD-Audio/Video-CD/CD
C: CHAPTER:
The current
chapter
is played
T: TRACK:
repeatedly.
T: TITLE:
•
PLAY: Repeat
to normal
mode.
The name of the selected
and the corresponding
NORMAL
The current
title is played
OFF: NORMAL
PLAY: Repeat
DVD-Audio/Video-CD/CD
T: TRACK:
The current
A: ALL (Video
repeatedly.
mode
is canceled.
1rack is played
CD, CD): The current
The current
track
is played
repeatedly.
A: ALL: The cun'ent disc is played repeatedly.
OFF: NORMAL
PLAY: Repeat mode is canceled.
(returning
to normal
random
play)
repeatedly.
disc is played
repeatedly.
or
G: GROUP
played
OFF:
(DVD Audio):
The cm'rent
group is
repeatedly.
NORMAL
PLAY: Repeat
mode
is canceled.
.,,4,,
• When the repeat mode is OFF, "C_,,_" indicator goes off.
• Repeat
play may not work properly
• Repeat
play does not work with an interactive
during
menu play of a VCD
with some
with playback
DVD-Video.
DVD-Video
or
controh
|
45
•
To cancel A-B repeat
Press A-B while
This function
between
allows
you to specify
two points
them repeatedly.
_11
A-B
(U.S.A.
U
model)
Press A-B while pressing SHIFT during play
at the point where you want to start A-B
repeat.
This icon appeaY_ on tile video
rr_onitor.
• "C_,,_" and "A-" light up on the from panel display.
P_I
Press A-B while
pressing
where
to end A-B repeat,
you want
SHIFT
at the point
,_!_isiit_
tr,n appears on/he video
.%,,.
• "B" is added on the front panel display, The section
between the point A and B starts playing repeatedly.
46
pressing
SHIFT,
and play
tTl_)siit
c r°.nappears on the video
• This function may not available with some DVD-Video.
• This function works only within a title (DVD-Video) or a track
(DVD-Audio, VCD, CD).
With the setup menu, you can change this unit's system
defaults to suit your preference and this system.
I_] Press the cursor buttons (/% v) to select the
desired item and press ENTER.
Press the cursor buttons (/% v) to change
the setting and press ENTER.
When pressing ENTER, you can go back to the
screen in slep 2.
SHIFT _
•
SETUP
To go back to the previous
screen
Press RETURN.
A,v,<,)
/ ENTER
•
RETURN
To get out from the setup menu
mode
Press SETUP while pressing SHIFT,
(U.S.A. model)
_l
Press
SETUP
The menu screen
[]
while
appears
Press the cursor
menu
pressing
• When
function
SHIFT.
menu,
on the video monitor.
buttons
(<,))
to select
a
items that belong
tab.
The screen
shows
the
to the menu group of the selected
•
the setup
is automatically
the setting
the previous
group.
There are five menu groups.
you display
menu
turned
of the function
screen,
on. When
the DISC
DIRECT
finishing
the setup
is automatically
returned
to
setting.
To return all the settings on the
setup menu to the factory
settings
(While playback is stopped)
Keep pressing
and D on the front panel
together until "Initialized"
appears on the
video monitor.
Video
lrtenu
Audio
menu
®
Display
menu
®
47
The following
underlined.
chm't shows
the menu groups
In the "Options"
cohtmn,
the factory
Items
Menu groups
Disc
and each items.
settings
are
Options
Audio _
Select the pret_rred audio Irack language.
(U.S.A.
and Canada
French
models)
Spanish
Original*
Other**
(Australia
model)
Frencb
German
Spanish
Original*
Other**
(U.K. and Europe models)
Frencb
German
Spanish
Original*
Other**
(General model)
Chinese
Original*
Subtitle
_
Select the pret_rred
subtit]e
(U.S.A. and Canada models)
Automatic
English
Spanish
Other**
(Australia modal)
Automatic
English
German
Italian
Other**
language.
Menus _
Select the pret_rred disc menu language.
Ratings
Set a ratings
level Io limit DVD-Video
Ilalian
Ilalian
Other**
French
French
Spanish
(U.K. and Europe models)
Automatic
English
German
Italian
Other**
French
Spanish
(General model)
Automatic
English
Other**
Chinese
(U.S.A.
and Canada models)
French
Spanish
(Australia model)
French
German
Spanish
Other**
(U.K. and Europe models)
French
German
Spanish
Other**
(General model)
Chinese
Otber**
play. gee p.51 t_r details.
Other**
Ilalian
Ilalian
Setting ratings (When level 8 is selected)
No Limit
I to 7
0 Lock All
Changing ratings (When level 0 - 7 is
selected)
Unlock Player
Change Level
Change Password
Temporary
Unlock
Video
TV Aspect
If yotl connect to a 4:3 conventional-type
monitor select "4:3
Pan&Scan" (left and right sides trimmed when playing !6:9
software) or "4:3 Letterbox" (black areas appear at the top and
bottom when playing 16:9 software). Select "16:9" if you connect
to a widescreen
monitor.
4:3 Pan_
16:9
Still Mode
Automatic
Specit_¢ the type of picture shown when paused. First select
"Automatic".
If a still picture ji_tel's, select "Field". If details
appear clearly enough, select "Fraine'.
48
don't
4:3 Letterbox
Field
Frame
Menu
Video
Audio
groups
Items
Options
Black Level Control
(U.S.A. and Canada models)
Change the black level of the picture. Select "Lighter" when you
connect 1o the monitor using VIDEO or S VIDEO terminal. Select
"Darker" when using COMPONENT
terminals.
_
NTSC Disc Output
(U.K., Europe, Auslralia and General models)
Select video signal fommt (PAL 60 or NTSC)
playing NTSC disc.
(U.K., Europe and Australia
PAL 60
NTSC
(General model)
PAL 60
NTSC
Speaker
Setting
to be output when
Darker
models)
Multi-channel:
_
Select this when connected
Adjust the settings to suit your audio system and your listening
environment when DISC DIRECT is fhnctioning. See p.52 for
details.
to multi-channal
system. There are three sub-items
• Speaker presence and size
• Delay time
• Channel balance
2-channeh
Select this when connected
as below.
to 2-channel
system.
PCM Down Conversion
No
_
Select how to output tile high sampling-frequency
audio signals
a disc that is not copyright-protected.
See p.51 for details.
Oolby Digital
Yes
6'1
O
on
_
Bitslream
PCM
Bitslream
PCM
Bitslream
PCM
Off
On
On
Off
Decide the signal type that output from this unit's digital outputs.
Select "Bitstream"
when connected device has Dolby Digital
decoder. Select "PCM" when not.
DTS Digital
Surround
_
Decide the signal type that output ti'om this unit's digital outputs.
Select "Bitstream"
when connected device has DTS decoder. Select
"PCM" when noL
MPEG
_
(U.K., Europe and Australia models)
Decide the signal type that output from this unit's digital outputs.
Select "Bitslream"
when connected device has MPEG decoder.
Selec_ "PCM" when not.
D. Range Compression
_
_
(Dolby Digital only)
Change the dynamic range for late night viewing. Select "On" to
make it easier to hear dialog e_c. even at low volume level.
Audio
during
Search
_
_
_
Select whether to have sound during search. Select "Off" if" sound
dislorted when searching with Dolby Digital or DTS material. With
DVD=Audio, the sound may be heard even if you select "Oil".
Display
Menu Language
Select the preferred
(U.S.A.
language
fl)r on=screen
messages
menu.
and selup
(Australia
and Canada
Frangals
model)
Frangais
models)
Espafiol
Deutsch
Espafiol
(U.K. and Europe models)
Frangais
Deutsch
Espafiol
(General model)
Italiano
Italiano
OK
On-Screen Messages
Select whether to show on-screen messages or not.
On
Off
|
49
Menu
groups
Items
Others
DVD-Video
Mode
Soine DVD-Audio
discs contain
Options
the DVD-Video
contents
Off
On
Off
On
that can
be played only by a DVD-Video
player. If you want to play the
contents, select "On". If not, select "Off'.
Demo
A demonstration
of the unit's on-screen displays stains when you
select "On". The demonstration
stops when you press button z etc.
and the setting reverts to "Off"'.
• *
lfyou
set to"Original"
at Audio,
the original
language
• * If yon set to "Other" at Audio, Subtitle or Menus,
code list and enter with numeric buttons.
• When
the audio
recorded
•
you have selected
on it, the subtitle
Language
from
is displayed
selection
"audio
language"
on the screen.
ofeach
discis
you need to select
selected.
a l\mr-digit
is not recorded
However,
and language
number
of the desired
on the disc but instead
if the audio
is recorded
language
the subtitle
fi'om the language
of the same
on the disc, the subtitle
language
is
is not displayed.
code list
Language code list
6565:
6566:
6570:
6577:
6582:
6583:
6588:
6590:
6665:
6669:
6671:
6672:
6678:
6679:
6682:
6765:
6779:
6783:
6789:
6865:
6869:
At_r
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Ameharic
Arabic
Assainese
Ayinara
Azerbaljani
Bashkir
Byelorussian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bengali; Bangla
Tibetan
Breton
Calalan
Corsican
Czech
Welsh
Danish
German
7079: Faroese
7082: French
7089: Frisian
7165: Irish
7168: Scots Gaelic
7176: Galician
7178: Guarani
7185: Gt_jarafi
7265: Hausa
7273: Hindi
7282: Croatian
7285: Hungarian
7289: Armenian
7365: Interlingua
7378: Indonesian
7383: Icelandic
7384: halian
7387: Hebrew
7465: Japanese
7473: Yiddish
7487: Javanese
7678:
7679:
7684:
7686:
777 !:
7773:
7775:
7776:
7778:
7779:
7782:
7783:
7784:
7789:
7865:
7869:
7876:
7879:
7982:
8065:
8076:
Lingala
Laotian
Lithuanian
Latvian, Lettish
Malagasy
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malay
Mahese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Dutch
Norwegian
Oriya
Punjabi
Polish
8375:
8376:
8377:
8378:
8379:
8381:
8382:
8385:
8386:
8387:
8465:
8469:
8471:
8472:
8473:
8475:
8476:
8479:
8482:
8484:
8487:
SIovak
Slovenian
Samoan
Shona
Somali
Albanian
Serbian
Sundanese
Swedish
Swahili
Tamil
Telugu
Tajik
Thai
Tigrinya
Tm'kmen
Tagalog
Tonga
Turkish
Tatar
Twi
6890: Bhutani
6976: Greek
6978: English
6979: Esperanto
6983: Spanish
6984: Estonian
6985: Basque
7065: Persian
7565: Georgian
7575: Kazakh
7576: Greenlandic
7577: Cambodian
7578: Kannada
7579: Korean
7583: Kashmiri
7585: Kurdish
8083:
8084:
8185:
8277:
8279:
8285:
8365:
8368:
Pashto, Pushto
Portuguese
Quechua
Rhaelo-Romance
Romanian
Russian
Sanskrit
Sindhi
8575:
8582:
8590:
8673:
8679:
8779:
8872:
8979:
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Viemainese
Volapfik
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
7073:
7074:
7589:
7665:
8372: Serbo-Croatian
8373: Singhalese
Finnish
Fiji
• Selecting
audio, subtitle
adisc does not have it.
5O
Kirghiz
Latin
or disc menu language
is a disc-dependent
matter.
The language
9072: Chinese
9085: Zulu
selected
at the setup
menu
is not effective
if
•
Depending on software capability, you can prevent discs
or scenes with objectionable material from being played
according to your desired rating. You can select the level
and lock it by designating a password.
Level 8
Level of restriction
becomes
_verer
(Level 7 to 0)
in the setup menu,
where
you enter
is displayed.
I_i
Enter
a password
4-digit
and press
as lhe
number gets smaller.
All DVDs canno_ be played.
number
Unlock
8.
Player:
Change
Password:
Change
Level: changes
the raling.
with numeric
the screen
buttons
ENTER.
Temporary
Level 0
settings
you select "Ratings"
All DVDs can be plzyed.
Level 7 Io I
To change
When
unlocks
the rating
changes
Unlock:
anti returns
the password.
the level of the rating.
temporarily
unlocks
It will be kepl unlocked
the input source,
Io level
turn the power
the level of
until you switeh
off, or open the disc
tray.
Numeric buttons
[]
Press
the cursor
desired
buttons
item and press
(A, v)
to select
the
i
ENTER,
Z
CANCEL
•
If you have forgotten
password
Return
the setting
to the faclory
• Not only the password
setting
turn back to the factory
(U.S.A.
•
Setting
[[J
Press
Enter
SETUP
while
pressing
"Ratings"
4-digit
number
SHIFT,
Decide
whether
(sampling
monitor.
to oulput
frequency
accordance
and press
with
numeric
buttons
if you want 1o re-enter
your password
other number.
appears.
frequency
signals
signals,
of handling
select
• If no1, select "Yes" so that digital oulput
converted to 48 kHz or 44.1 kHz.
high-rate
"No".
signals
are
Do
• If a disc
is copyright
protected
or has a sampling
are automatically
frequency
converted
of
to
ENTER.
you select a disc that exceeds
have set, a message
the rating you
appeases on the video monitor.
In that case, follow the procedure
pressing
digital
of the connected
is capable
digital
176.4 kHz or more, signals
either 48 kHz or 44.1 kHz.
screen.
high-quality
of 88.2 kHz and 96 kHz) or not, in
with the capability
sampling
ENTER.
The screen that confirms
not forget your password.
When
wil!
component.
Press CANCEL
Press
but also all the other settings
model)
appem_s on the video
to select
and press
[]
(,,3
¢')
See page 47.
settings.
• If your,Z, dV component
[]
o
setting.
method (Level 8)
The menu screen
Press v
ENTER.
your
thai appears
You can go back Io the previous
screen
on the
by
ENTER.
|
51
@ Output
Change
your speaker
When you adjust speakers while DISC DIRECT is
functioning, follow the procedures described below.
U
P_I
mode
the settings
of each speaker
in accordance
with
system.
Press the cursor
buttons
select
and press
a speaker
Press the cursor
setting
buttons
and press
• Choices
(/% v,
<, _) to
ENTER.
(/% v)
to select
the
ENTER.
of the speaker
size
L: Large, Small
R: Large, Small
A,v,
<,>
/ ENTER
C: Large, Small, None
SW: Used, No1 used
LS: Large, Small,
None
RS: Large, Small, None
The size of L is set 1o be the same as that of R.
(U.S.A.
Therefore,
model)
If you wish 1o enjoy multi-channel
sound
you need Io select
on the setup menu
and
that is, when connecting
to
make following
When
you select
only 2 speakers
following
"Multi-channeW
reproduction,
• Example:
adjustments.
"2-channel",
or a Dolby
adjustments
for L, the size of R is
Rear lefl speaker
the
Front (R) I
i
(I) when the speaker
is not used.
@ when using a large speaker
frequency
(under
low-frequency
capable
of low-
1O0 Hz) output.
@ when using a small speaker
output.
1hal is not capable
(the included
NX-S 100S elc.)
• Factory settings of 1he speaker sizes
L/R: Large
C/LS/RS: Large
SW: Used
52
to the
are not necessary.
iFront (L)
Exit
Pro Logic decoder,
if you select Large
automatically
set to Large. This also applies
sizes of LS and RS.
speakei_s,
of
@ Delay time
(Only center/rear channels
DVD-Video discs recorded
Dolby Digital format)
"Ib obtain
the maximum
effect
channel
source,
all speaker,s
distance
from the listening
cases the center
speaker,s,
speaker
of Dolby
be located
position.
However,
is placed
ete. You can virtually
the center
Digital
should
and rear speakers
You can adjust
(center,
[[.i
5.1
the output
level of each effect speaker,s
rear L/R) using the test tone.
Press
the cursor
select
"Test"
buttons
and press
(A, ,,/, <, >) to
ENTER.
at a time in below order,
at the same
The test tone is one speaker
in many
stm'ting
with the left front speaker.
L _C
_R
in line with the front
increase
by adjusting
•
@ Speaker balance
of the
in the
the distance
_
RS _
LS
J
of
the delay time.
P_I Listening to the test tone, press the cursor
buttons (A, v) to adjust the volume of effect
speakers and press ENTER.
The value in the "dB" box changes.
1
J
• The subwool_r
position
cannot
output
the test tone.
something
and return to this screen
level of the subwool_r.
•
To exit the speaker
Press the cursor
buttons
(/x, v,
Play
to adjust
the output
ffl
setting
mode
(, _) to select "EXIT"
and press ENTER.
[[.i
Press the cursor buttons (A, ,,/, <, >) to
select a "ms" box and press ENTER.
P_I Press the cursor buttons (A, ,,/) to adjust the
delay time and press ENTER.
• Settings
Distance A, Distance B > Distance C: 0 ms
Distance A, Distance B < Distance C:
The following adjustments should be made.
Cemer
DISC
speakers
functioning,
OUTPUT
• These
original
D.MIX
DIRECT
is functioning,
on the SETUP
follow
LEVELS"
adjustments
MENU
the prc_cedure
adjust
screen.
the settings
However,
in "ADJUSTING
on page 20 m adjust
may not be effective
of the
it is not
SPEAKER
the settings.
when
sound design is protected.
RPCM
indicator turns off in that case.
when
the disc's
indicator
lights
up or
speaker
Difference
Approx.
50cm
Approx.
Rear
• When
(1 I/2 fe_t)
100 cm (3 feet)
Setting
1.3 ms
2.6 ms
Approx.
150 cm (5 feet)
3.9 ms
Approx.
200 cm (6 feet)
5.3 ms
speakers
Difference
Setting
Approx. 200 cm (6 feet)
5.3 ms
Approx. 400 cm (I 2 |_et)
10.6 ms
Approx. 60A)cm (I 8 |_et)
15.9 ms
|
53
Indication on the front panel (example)
•
Preset station
number
Reception band
Manual tuning
If the signal
from the station
[]
SelecITUNER
following
"Automatic
Preset station
group
Colon *L
[]
Station frequency
mode and goes off in tile tuning
Press
•
Automatic
[]
Press
INPUT
control)
are
[]
Press
INPUT
• / • (TUNER
TUNER
to select
the reception
is pressed,
the mode
as follows:
FM (Tuning
mode)
on the remote
as the input source,
or "AM")
Each time PRESET/BAND
changes
• / •
tuning
PRESET/BAND
band. ("FM"
mode)
_" AM (Tuning
_" FM (Tuning
mode)
mode)
_" (Preset
_" ...
..4.:
• Make sure that the colon (:) turns off when the mode switches
to the tuning mode.
[]
Press AUTO/MAN'L
indicator
Press
lights
Press/x
so that the "AUTO"
up on the front
PRESET/TUNING
automatic
A / v
panel
once
display,
to begin
tuning,
to tune in 1o a higher
frequency,
or press v
Io tune in to a lower frequency.
..+..
• Use the manual tuning method if"the tuning search does not
stop at the desired station because the signal is weak.
• When tuned in to a station, the 'q'UNED" indicator lights up
and the frequency of'the received station is shown on the fi'ont
panel display.
54
so that the"AUTO"
off from
the front
panel
A / v
station
manually.
HoM down the button
Io continue
to tune
in to
the tuning
search.
• Manually tuning in to an FM station will automatically
change
the reception mode to monaural to increase the signal quality.
AUTO/MAN'L
to select
in
at left,
..4.:
strong and there is no interference.
PRESET/TUNING
A/v
tuning"
goes
band
1 and 2 described
PRESET/TUNING
the desired
PRESET/BAND
is weak,
display,
I_J
There are 2 ways to tune; automatic and manual.
Automatic tuning is effective when station signals
and the reception
steps
Press AUTO/MAN'L
indicator
The colon (:) lights up in the pre_t
mode.
you want to select
you must tune in to it manually.
[q|'lli'r_
Automatic
preset
You can select
tuning
the preset
options
group and nmnber
this unit will store FM stations
PRESET/BAND
lower or higher
MEMORY
[]
Follow
steps
stations)"
•
Automatically
AUTO/MAN'L
presetting
[]
1 and 2 described
enables
FM stations
stations
tune in to
and 1o store up Io 40 (8
stations
x 5 groups)
enables
you to easily tune in to any preset stalion
selecting
the preset
stalion
Press
PRESET/BAND
P_I
Press
AUTO/MAN'L
indicator
[]
Press
lights
stations
to select
MEMORY
the FM band.
panel display.
frequency
for more than
currently
panel display
station.
preset
tuning
displayed
preset
begins
toward
tuning
[]
automatic preset tuning has automatically
searching all stations.
• Only
want
to store
in the monaural
in "Manually
under
you store a new station
FM stations
automatically
data existing
with
sufficient
by automatic
is weak
in signal
a preset
tuning.
strength,
mode,
and store
presetting
stations'.
stopped after
under that
signal
preset
which
strength
number
preset
A
preset
currently
displayed
lower frequencies,
and when pressing/x,
Manually
the
have
(:)
/ _.
tuning
begins
toward
the
it begins
ones.
presetting
stations
(8 stations
x5
manually.
Tune
in to a station.
instructions.
in 1o a station,
the front panel display
of received
station.
MEMORY.
The "MEMORY"
5 seconds.
the front
fi'equency and reception band are also stored.
• You can manually replace a preset station with another FM or
AM station by simply f_llowing the procedure in the section
"Exchanging preset stations" on page 56.
• If the number of the received stations does not reach E8,
station
/
to turn off the colon
PRESET/TUNING
shows the frequency
of the last preset
• When a station da_a is stored under a preset number, the
when
_
will stop when stations
automatic
When tuned
1he higher
is compleled,
shows 1he frequency
press
See page 54 for tuning
from the
,,+,,.
clemed
tuning
under
v,
P_I Press
When automatic
for more than 3
from the frequency
groups)
frequencies.
• Any stored
•
and 1he "MEMORY"
and
flash. Then, after about
automatic
(for FM
and PRESET/TUNING
PRESET/BAND
towm'd the higher
[]
5 seconds,
pressed
You can also store up to 40 stations
3 seconds.
The preset number
"AUTO" indicators
preset
When pressing
by
so that the "AUTO"
Press
and then
in order. This fealure
up on the front
and hold
[]
number.
[]
in
stations
all been stored up Io E8.
signals,
of those
MEMORY
A/B/C/D/E
Automatic
this unit to automatically
with strong
presetting
to select the preset number
first station will be stored.
(for FM stations)
This function
Press
toward
on the left.
(After keeping
seconds)
PRESET/TUNING
A/v
from which
begin tuning
frequencies.
"Automatically
AIBICIDIE
and/or
indicator
flashes
for about
Press A/B/C/D/E repeatedly to select a preset
station group (A to E) while the "MEMORY"
indicator is flashing.
The group letter appears anti make sure that the
colon (:) appears on the front panel display.
Press PRESET/TUNING _ / _ to select a
preset station number (1 to 8) while the
"MEMORY" indicator is flashing.
Press/x 1o select a higher preset station number.
Press x/Io select a lower preset station nmnber.
is
number.
are stored
If the station
you
tune in to it manually
it by following
the procedure
55
IglJAVI#I_
I_1 Press MEMORY on the front panel while the
"MEMORY" indicator is flashing.
The stalion band anti frequency appear on the front
panel display with the preset group and nmnber you
have selected.
You can exchange
The example
exchanging
o_1 Repeat steps 1 to 5 to store other stations.
• Any stored
cleared
station
when
• The reception
the station
you
data
existing
under
store a new station
mode
(stereo
a preset
under
or monaural)
number
that preset
is stored
the assignment
below describes
preset
station
of two preset stations.
the procedure
for
"E 1" with "A5".
PRESET/BAND
is
number.
along
wifll
frequency.
A/BICIDIE
You can tune any desired
preset station
number
station
under
simply
by selecting
the
[]
which it was stored.
PRESET/TUNING
A/v
Tune in to preset station "El" by using the
A/B/C/D/E and PRESET/TUNING A / V.
See "Tuning in to a preset station" at left.
x,/
[]
Press and hold PRESET/BAND for more than
3 seconds.
"El" appears and the "MEMORY" indicator flashes
on the front panel display.
[]
Tune in to preset station "A5" by using the
A/B/C/D/E and PRESET/TUNING A / V.
"A5" appears and the "MEMORY"
on the front panel display.
(U.S.A.
model)
[]
Press ABCDE (AIBICIDIE on the front panel)
to select the preset station group.
The preset group letter appears on the front panel
display and changes each time you press ABCDE.
[]
Press PRESET A / v (PRESET/TUNING
A/V
on the front panel) to select a preset
station number (1 to 8).
The preset group and number appear on the front
panel display along with the stalion band and
frequency, and the "TUNED" indicator lights up.
56
indicator flashes
Press PRESET/BAND again.
"EDIT El-E5" appears on the front panel display,
and then 1he preset stations m'e exchanged.
Setting the manufacturer code (remote control signal
assigned to each manufactm'er) for your TV, VCR or MD/
CD recorder on the remote control allows you to operate
not only the DVX-S 100 but also your TV, VCR or MD/
CD recorder using the remote control.
[]
Keeping
CODE
digit device
manufacturer
controlled
SET pressed,
enter the t-
code and the 2-digit
code for the component
using
You can release
the numeric
CODE
to be
buttons.
SET after entering
the code.
.,+,:
• Depending
on the model,
manufacture_
cannot
can be controlled,
certain
even though
has been set, If you encounter
remote
control
components
be controlled,
supplied
or only
the proper
functions
manufacturer
this problem,
• The manufacturer code 99 has been set _._rthe remote control
fi'om o_her
limited
please
code
use the
with the component.
selector buttons (TV, VCR and MD/CD-R) at the factory.
I_J
Press
POWER
component
(TV or AV) and check
to be controlled
turns
that the
on and off
(standby),
Precautions when performing the setting
You can operate
Manufacturer codes can be set for TV, VCR and MD/
CD-R buttons only.
MD/CD=R
the manufacturer
perform
• TV manufacturer
codes
can be set }k_rthe TV button
However,
any of the manufacturer
and MD/CD-R
buttons.
codes
only.
can be set tk)r the VCR
the component
operation
buttons
using the "IV, VCR or
on the remote
code is set properly.
the procedure
control
from step 1 again.
Pay attention
to
the following points when you perform the procedure.
• Check that the con'ect remote control selector button
has been selected
when setting
the manufacturer
• If more than one code is given for a manufacturer,
entering
AV
once
If unsuccessful,
• Remove
(complele
each code in the order
given.
and replace
control's
the remote
this step within
the procedure.
2 minutes)
While replacing
try
batteries
and then perform
the batteries,
Io press any button on the remote
code.
control.
be sure not
Doing
so
may erase the manufacturer
code which has been set
for other remote control selector buttons.
To reset the manufacturer
Numeric
buttons
code to the
factory-set
code
Follow steps 1 to 2 for the procedure "Setting the
manufacturer code", and enter the device code for the
component and "99" while pressing CODE SET in step 2.
(It is not necessary to follow slep 3.)
(U.S.A. model)
[]
While
pressing
CODE
SET, press
the input
selector button (TV, VCR, MD/CD-R)
for which
the manufacturer
code is to be set.
Only one manufacturer
selector button.
code can be set for each input
Keep pressing CODE SET between step 1 and 2.
• Refer m "LIST OF MANUFACTURER'S
CODES" at the end of this manual.
57
•
Table of control
buttons
When you press the input selector button for which a
manufacturer code has been set, many buttons on the
remote control function differently to operate each
component as shown in the table below.
When you press the TV button, the TV is automatically
turned on. The AV components such as VCR are turned
on when you press the AV button after pressing the
corresponding input seleclor buttons.
Comportertt
VCR
TV
CD/MD
recorder
button
O
O
AV
*tpower
*3VCR power
**Power
TV
*2roy power
TV power
*2TV power
TV CH +
*2TV channel
up
TV channel
up
*2TV channel
TV CH -
*_TV channel
down
TV channel
down
*2TV channel
down
TV VOL +
*2TV volume
up
TV volume
up
*2TV volume
up
TV VOL -
*2TV volume
down
TV volume
down
*2TV volume
down
TV MUTE
*2TV mute
TV mute
*2TV mute
TV INPUT
*2TV input
TV input
*2TV input
*4REC
Rec
*3VCR rec
Rec (MD)
_-
Pl_y
*3VCR play
Play
_:_
Search backward
*3VCR search backward
Search backward
_>
Search ti_rward
*3VCR search ftlrward
Search forward
_/1
Pause
*3VCR pause
Pause
_:_
Skip backward
_2_
Skip t_rward
_
*_ This button
.2
functions
Stop
%9, 0, ->10
I_
CH +
VCRchannel
up
CH -
VCR channel
down
only when
the original
buttons
can operate
your TV without
*3 These
buttons
can operate
your VCR
.4
Only
Stop
Numeric
These
(except
*3VCR slop
0
remote
control
swpehing
without
of the component
has POWER
the input if the manufacturer
switching
the input to VCR
up
buttons
button.
code is set in TV.
if the manufacturer
code is set in input selector
buttons
TV).
when
pressing
this button
twice
in quick
succession
within
one second,
the button
tunctions.
.%,:
• If the manufacturer
input
58
selector
button
code of TV has been
is pressed.
set _\)r the TV button,
the control
buttons
_
and _
can also operate
your
TV even if any
The SET MENU consists of 9 ilems including the speaker
mode setting. Choose the appropriale ilem and adjust or
select the values as necessary.
..4..
• You can adjust the iiems on the SET MENU while playing a
Adjustment
should
be made wilh the remote control.
SOUrCe.
buttons
3
4
Items
Initial settings
SPEAKER SET
A CENTER
B FRONT
C REAR LR
D BASS
E F. Level
SML (small)
SMALL
SML (small)
SWFR
Nrm (Normal)
LFE LEVEL
SP LFE
HP LFE
0 dB
0 dB
SP DLY TIME
0 ms
A_
V
<,>
(U:S.A.
model)
• Some items require extra steps.
[]
Press AMP.
[]
Press SET MENU to enter the SET MENU.
D. RANGE
SP D.R
HP D.R
MAX
MAX
I_] Press A/v repeatedly to select the item you
want to adjust (1 to 9).
5
L/R BALANCE
0 dB for L/R
.,&
6
HPTONECTRL
HPBASS
HPTRBL
0dB
0dB
I/O ASSIGN
[A] OPTICAL INPUT
[B] COAXIAL INPUT
VIDEO 1
MD/CD-R
8
INPUT MODE
AUTO
9
SP/PRE OUT
sP
• By pressing
same
In the descriptions
for each item from the following
the default
is indicaied
setting
in bold.
order
SET
MENU
as when
repeatedly,
pressing
you can select
items
in the
v.
Press < / > once to enter the setup mode of
the selected item.
The last setting you adjusied appears on the front
panel display.
Depending on the item, press/-,/v
to select a sub
item.
page,
[]
Press < / > repeatedly to change the setting
of the item.
[]
Press A/v repeatedly until the menu
disappears or simply press one of the DSP
program buttons to exit SET MENU.
59
•
1B FRONT (front speaker
Choices:
LARGE,
mode)
SMALL
LARGE
Use this feature
speaker
Io select suitable
ou|put
modes for your
Select this if you have large front speakez_.
range of the front let1 and right channel
configuration.
If you do no1 use one or any of the included
if you use other speakez_s instead
speakers,
of the included
or
speakers,
set the following.
The entire
signal is directed
to the front left and right speakers.
SMALL
Select this if you have small front speakers. The lowfrequency signals (90 Hz and below) of the front channel
• When 96-kHz sampling digital signals are input to this unit,
some items are no_ affected.
are directed
•
• When you select FRONT for "ID BASS", the low-l)'equency
signals (90 Hz and below) of the t_mt channel are directed m
the front speakers even if you select SMALL for the front
1A CENTER
mode)
By adding
a center speaker
this unit can provide
listeners
(center speaker
to your speaker
better dialog
and superior
configuration,
localization
synchronization
of sound
and
•
1C REAR LR (rear speaker
Choices:
LRG
SML (small),
NON (none)
LRG
(large),
SML (small),
mode)
NON (none)
Select this if you have lm'ge rear let1 and right speakers
LRG
if a rear subwoofer
Select this if you have a large center speaker.
The entire
range of the center channel
to the center
signal
is directed
speaker.
is connected
entire range of the rear channel
rein" left and right speakez_s.
to the rear speakers.
signal
is directed
to the
Select this if you have small rein" left and right speakers.
Select this if you have a small center
speaker.
frequency
of the center
signals
(90 Hz and below)
are directed
to the speakers
selected
The lowwith "1D
The low-frequency
channel
BASS".
are directed
signals
(90 Hz and below) of the rein"
to the speakers
selected
with "1D
NON
NON
Select this if you do not have rear speakers.
Select this if you do not have a center speaker.
center
channel
right speakez_s.
6O
or
The
SML
SML
channel
BASS".
with "1D BASS".
speaker mode.
Choices:
(large),
selected
for several
images.
LRG
to the speakers
signals
are directed
All of the
to the front left and
.,+,:
• This unit is set in the virtual CINEMA DSP mode when you
select NON l\)r "IC REAR LR'.
•
1D BASS (LFE/bass
LFE signals
carry low-frequency
decodes
a Dolby
signals
are defined
frequency
Digital
out mode)
effects
when this unit
or DTS signal
Low-frequency
Use 1his feature
to adjust the output
The Low-
(low-frequency
effect) channel
to both front left and
Dolby Digital
(subwoofer
according
as 90 Hz and below.
signals
can be directed
right speakers,
and the subwoofer
for both stereo
reproduction
can be used
and 1he DSP program).
Select this if you use a subwoofer. The LFE signals are
directed to the subwoofer.
FRONT
or
-20 to 0 dB
(HP LFE) .............
-20 to 0 dB
The LFE signals
0 dB
[]
Press
via
to select
_._
Press
( to adjust
the item to be adjusted.
to the front speakers.
BOTH
The LFE signals
are directed
signals
accordance
designated
with other speaker
to both front speakers
•
(SP LFE) .............
HEADPHONE
Initial setting:
fi'equency
of your subwoofer
Control range:
SPEAKER
SWFR
are directed
back a
the LFE level
headphones.
Choices: SWFR (subwoofer), FRONT, BOTH
Select this if you do not use a subwoofer.
or DTS signal. Adjust
to the capacity
level of the LFE
when playing
to the subwoofer.
Low-
to the front channels
mode settings
the LFE level.
in
are directed
and a subwoofer.
1E F. Level (front level mode)
Change
this setting
of the center
speakers
because
performance
Choices:
if you cannot
match lhe output
and rear (L/R) speakers
of mmsually
level
with that of the front
high-efficiency
from the front speakers.
Nrm (Normal),
-10 dB
Nrm
Select this if you can match 1he output
and rear speakers
level of the cenler
with thai of the front speakers
when
using 1he test tone.
-10
dB
Select this if you cannot
effect speakers
the lest tone.
malch the output
level of the
with 1hat of the front speakex_s when using
61
Use this fealure
Use this fealure
sounds.
This feature
from the center
or DTS,
1o adjust the delay of the center channel
works
speaker,
when there
with a source
etc. Ideally, the center speaker
same distance
from the main
listening
is sound output
like Dolby
should
Digital
be the
position
as the lefl
and right speakers.
However, in most home situalions, the center speaker is
placed in line with the front speakers, By delaying the
sound from the center speaker, the apparent distance from
the center speaker to the main listening position can be
adjusted to make it seem the same as the distance
between the front left and right speaker to the listening
position. Adjusting the delay time for the center speaker
is especially important for giving deplh Io the dialogue.
Control range:
CENTER
.............
0 Io 5 ms
Initial setting:
CENTER
.............
0 ms
Press ( / ;' to increase
or decrease
of the center channel sounds.
is effective
1o adjust 1he dynamic
range. This setting
only when this unit is decoding
Dolby
Digital
signals.
Choices: MAX, STD (standm'd), MIN (minimum)
MAX
Select the "MAX" for feature fihns.
STD
Select the "STD" for general use.
MIN
Select the "MIN" for lislening 1o sources at low volume
levels.
• Some types of the Dolby Digital software do not support
"M[N" fbr the dynamic range. If"MIN" is selected to play this
type of sol)wa_v, the volume m_y be extremely lowered fail
greatly, sharply. If this happens, select "MAX" or "STD'.
the delay
Center speaker image
Use this fealure to adjust 1he balance
from the front lefl and right speakers.
of the oulput
level
Control range: 20 steps each for L/R
Initial setting: 0 dB for L/R
Press > to decrease the output level for the
front left speaker. Press ( for the front right
speaker.
J
Use this fealure
1o adjust the level of the bass and treble
when you use your headphones.
• Increasing the delay by 1 ms sinmlates moving the speakers
about 30 cm (one l_ot) tarther away from the listening position.
Control range (dB):
BASS ...................
TRBL
(treble)
Initial setting:
BASS ...................
TRBL ..................
62
-6 to +3
..... -6 to +3
0 dB
0 dB
Press ) 1o increase
the level of the bass and treble,
press ( to decrease
the level.
and
It is possible Io assign jacks according 1o the component
to be used if this unit's DIGITAL INPUT jack settings
(component names for jacks) differ from thai component.
This makes it possible to change the jack assignment and
effectively connect more components.
Once you assign, you can select that component with
INPUT • / • on the front panel (or the input selector
buttons on the remole control).
Use Ibis feature
Io designate
connected to the DIGITAL
on this unit.
the input mode for sources
INPUT
jacks when you turn
Choices: AUTO, LAST
AUTO
Select this to allow this unit to aulomatically
•
[A] OPTICAL
Choices:
•
VIDEO
INPUT jack
1, VIDEO
[B] COAXIAL
Choices:
• When
VIDEO
you connect
OPTICAL
jacks,
COAXIAL
jack.
2, VCR, MD/CD-R
a component
2, VCR,
to both the COAXIAL
delect
the appropriale
Select this to set this unit to aulomalically
input mode used for the respective
MD/CD-R
is given to the input signals
and select
the
input mode.
LAST
INPUT jack
1, VIDEO
priority
type of input signal
select
the last
source.
and
from the
Choices: SP, PRE
SP
Select this to direct
the subwoofer
PREOUT
signals
to the speakei_s connecled
(SW-S 100). (No sound
is output
1o
from 6CH
jacks.)
PRE
Select this to direct
signals
m 6CH PREOUT
jacks
or if
you connect your external amplifier m 6CH PREOUT
jacks on this unit. (No sound is oulput from the speakers
connected
to the subwoofer
(SW-S 100).)
63
You can
(cenler,
atljust
rear
the oulput
lefl
and
level
of each
and
subwoofer)
right,
effect
•
speaker
while
lislening
Io a source.
For 5ch Stereo
You can adjust the volume
channel stereo mode.
Control
range:
level for each channel
in 5-
0 Io 100%
Initial Selling:
100%
• CT level (Center level)
LEVEL
•
RL level
(Rear
lefl level)
•
RR level
(Rear
right level)
(U.S.A. model)
(While
playing
a source)
U
Press
AMP.
[]
Press
LEVEL
speaker(s)
repeatedly
you want
to select
Each time you press LEVEL,
changes
and appears
follows:
center,
CENTER
speaker)
the selected
(Cenler
on the front panel display
speaker)
as
_" CENTER
_" R SUR. (Rear right
lefl speaker)
(Cenler
_" SWFR
speaker)...
.,+,:
• Once you press LEVEL, you can also select the speaker(s) to
be adjusted by pressing x///x.
[]
Press < / > to adjust
the speaker
output
level.
• The control range for the center or rear lefl and
right speakers
is from +10 dB to -10 dB.
• The control range for the subwoofer
+10dB to-10 dB.
(U.S.A.
speaker
rear right, rein" left and subwoofer.
_" L SUR.(Rear
(Subwoofer)
the
to adjust.
is from
(While playing a source)
U
Press AMP.
[]
Press "4" button to select 5ch Stereo.
[]
Press/x / ",/repeatedly
to select the
speaker(s) you want to adjust.
[]
Press < / > to adjust the speaker output level.
• During
64
the 5ch Stereo
mode,
the output
test tone or LEVEL
is replaced
5-channel
stereo mode.
• When
the speaker
output
modes
REAR
LR" are set to NON,
cannot
be adjusted
these
• When the speaker output modes f'tlr "IA CENTER" and "lC
REAR LR" are set to NON, and "1D BASS" to FRONT, the
output level of"those speakers cannot be adjusted because there
is no sound coming t¥om these speakers.
• When you adjust the output level with LEVEL, the settings you
made with the test tone will be changed.
• We recommend adjusting the speakers by following the steps
described in "Using the test tone" on page 20.
model)
speakers.
because
with
adjusted
for "1A CENTER"
the output
there
level
the level adjusted
level of those
is no sound
coming
with the
in the
and "IC
speakers
fi'om
The following
table shows factory-set
Program
You can adjust
the time difference
between
of the sound from the front speakers
the sound effect
and the beginning
from the rear speaker,s.
value, the later the sound
time can be individually
effect
of
Preset value (ms)
1
CONCERT
HALL
2
JAZZ CLUB
3
ROCK CONCERT
The delay
15
4
DISCO
26
to all DSP programs.
36
CONCERT
VIDEO
TV SPORTS
10
6
MONO
69
7
70 mm SPECTACLE
23
DGTL
15
MOVIE
g
SPECTACLE
Spectacle
(U.S.A.
model)
(While playing a source)
8
_1
Press AMP.
[]
Select a DSP program you want to adjust the
delay time.
Press A / v so that "DELAY"
front panel display.
appears on the
Press < / > to adjust the delay time.
• Adding too much delay
some sources.
• The sound
time.
2I
5
DTS SPECTACLE
[]
45
30
GAME
A_
time.
The lm'ger the
is generated.
adjusted
the beginning
delay
is momentarily
will cause
an unnatural
interrupted
while
eftbct
adjusting
with
the delay
9
15
6. I
15
70 mm SCI_FI
20
Sci-Fi 6. I
15
DGTL
15
SC]-F[
DTS SCI_FI
15
70 mm ADVENTURE
20
DGTL
15
ADVENTURE
DTS ADVENTURE
15
Adventure
15
6. I
70 mm GENERAL
20
DGTL
15
GENERAL
DTS GENERAL
15
General
6. I
15
PRO LOGIC/NORMAL
15
DOLBY
5
DIGITAL/NORMAL
DTS DIGITAL
SUR./NORMAL
M_trix 6.1
5
PRO LOGIC/ENHANCED
DOLBY
DIGITAL/ENHANCED
DTS DIGITAL
Enhanced
5
SUR./ENHANCED
6.1
20
5
5
5
PRO LOGIC
II Movie
15
PRO LOGIC
II Music
5
65
•
Changing
You can adjust
parameters
parameter
the values
so the sound
your listening
•
settings
of PRO LOGIC
fields are recreated
lI Music
accurately
PRO LOGIC II Music parameter
descriptions
in
PANORAMA
room.
Function:
Turning
stereo
Choices:
the function
on exlcnds
image to include
the front
the sun'ound
speakers
for wraparound
effect.
OFF/ON,
initial setting
is OFE
DIMENSION
Function:
Gradually adjusts the soundfield either
towards the front or towards the rear.
Control range: -3 (rewards the rear) m +3 (towards the
front), initial setting is STD (standard).
CT WIDTH
Function:
(U.S.A.
(Center width)
Adjusts
model)
the center image from the center
and front speakers
larger the value,
_1
Press AMP,
[]
Press the numeric buttons 9 and 0
towards
repeatedly to select PRO LOGIC ii Music.
I_J Press A / v
[]
to select the parameter.
Press ( / ) to change the parameter value,
I_1 Repeat steps 3 and 4 above as necessary to
change other parameters.
66
Control
range:
degrees.
the center
The
image
the front left and right speakers.
0 (center
channel
fi'om center
sound
m varying
adjusts
sound
speaker)
is output
right speakers),
is output
to 7 (center
only
channel
only from front left and
initial setting
is 3.
Refer to the chart below
when this unit does not function
properly.
the instruction
below does no1 help, set this unit to the standby
authorized YAMAHA
dealer or service cenler.
•
If lhe problem
mode, disconnect
you are having
is not lisled below or if
the power cord, and contact
the nearest
General
Problem
Cause
Remedy
Refer
to page
This unit fails to turn
on when STANDBY/
ON (or POWER (O/I))
is pressed, or enters
in the standby mode
soon after the power
has been turned on.
Tile power cord is not connected
is no_ completely
inserted.
No Sound=
Incorrect
This unit has been exposed to a strong
external electric shock (such as lighming
strong static electricity),
input source
The speaker connections
The volume
The sound
goes off.
does
suddenly
Only the speaker
one side can be
heard.
Sound
not
on
can be heard
only from the front
speakers,
and
input or output cable connections.
An appropriate
selected,
The picture
appear,
or the plug
has not been
are not secure.
is turned down.
Firmly
connect
the power
cord.
Set this unit in the standby inode, disconnect
the power cord, plug i_ hack in atier 30 seconds
then sta_l operaling.
Connect
persists
the cables p]'operly. If _he problem
the c_bles [nay be defective.
14
Select an appropriate input source with the
input selector buttons.
Secure the connections.
19
21
17
18
Turn up the volume.
21
The sound is muted.
Press MUTE or any operation buttons of this
unit to cancel a mute and adjust the volume.
21
The source that this unit cannot reproduce,
such as a CD-ROM, is being played,
Play a source
reproduce.
The output and input for the picture arc
connected to different _ypes of video jacks,
Make connections
using the same type of video
jacks (S VIDEO or VIDEO (composite))
ft_r
both lhe input and output.
14
The sleep timer has functioned.
Turn on the power,
22
Incorrect
Connect
persists,
c_ble connections.
whose signals
and play the source
Press STEREO
to turn it on.
A Dolby
decoding
Select another
DSP program.
material not encoded with Dolby
Dolby Digital or DTS.
A 96-kHz sampling
input _o this unit.
again.
the cables p]'operly. If _he problem
the c_bles [nay be defective.
The sound effect is off.
Surround, Dolby Digital or DTS
DSP program is being used with
this unit can
17
18
27
23
24
Surround,
digital signal is being
When a 96-kHz sampling digital signal is being
input to this unit, sound is output from the front
speakers
27
only.
67
jl;{e]lJ;te,,*_;[_ie_ll_T[.
Problem
Cause
Refer
Remedy
to page
No sound from the
center speaker.
The output level of the center speaker
rrfinimum.
is set to
speaker.
64
mode for your cemer
60
Rals_ the level of the center
"IA CENTER" on the SET MENU is set to
NON.
Select the appropriate
One of the Hi-Fi DSP programs (1 to 4) has
been selected (except for 5ch Stereo).
Select another
speaker.
23-24
DSP prograin.
The source encoded with a Dolby Digital or
DTS signal does not have a center channel
signal.
No sound
from the
rear speakers.
The output level of the rear speakers
minimmn.
A monam'al som'ce is being played
program 9.
No sound from the
subwoofer.
"ID
BASS" on the SET MENU
FRONT when a Dolby Digital
is being played.
is set to
with
is set to
Rals_ the output level of the rear speakers.
Select another
64
23 - 24
DSP prograin.
Select SWFR or BOTH.
61
Select BOTH.
61
or DTS signal
"ID BASS" on the SET MENU is set to
SWFR or FRONT when a 2-channel som'ce is
being played.
The source does not contain
(90 Hz and below).
Poor bass
reproduction.
A "humming"
can be heard.
The volume
sound
level
cannot be increased,
or the sound is
distorted.
low bass signals
The speaker mode settings (front, center, or
rear) on the SET MENU do not match your
speaker contiguradon.
Select the appropriate
position for each speaker
ha.ted on the size oftbe speakers in your
contiguration.
60 - 61
[nCOlTeC[ cable connections.
Firmly connect the audio plugs. If the problem
persists, the cables may be defective.
14 - 15
The component connected to the OUT (Rec)
jacks of this unit is turned oil
Turn on the power
The sound effect
cannot be recorded.
It is not possible to record the sound effect by
a recording component.
A source
cannot
recorded
recording
by a digital
A source component is not connected
DIGITAL INPUT jacks of this unit.
be
to the component.
to the DIGITAL
14 -
The internal microcoinputer
has been frozen
by an external electric shock (such as
lightning or excessive static electricity)
or by
a power supply with low voltage.
Disconnect
the AC power cord from the outlet
and then plug it in again after about 30 seconds.
--
This unit is too clos_ to the digital or highti'equency equipment,
Move this unit further away from such
equipment.
--
to the
Connect the source component
INPUT jacks of this unit.
component
connected
to the
DIGITAL OUTPUT
jack
of this unit.
This unit does not
operate
properly.
There is noise
interference
from
digital or high*
frequency equipment,
or this unit.
68
15
•
Disc playback
Problem
Cause
No response when
buttons pressed.
Some operations
disc.
Playback does not
start.
Tile disc is damaged.
Check
There
Wait
may be prohibited
is moistm'e
by the
on lhe laser pickup.
_he disc carefully;
1 {o 2 hours
betin'e
Tile disc has been loaded
upside down.
lrying
Reload
Clean
Tile disc is dilay.
Alternative
languages fail to be
selected.
Refer
to page
Remedy
alter
to play
the disc
with
replace
switching
it if necessary.
the unit
on
facing
up.
a disc.
the label
side
3O
the disc.
An alternative language is not selected with
discs which do not contain more than one
language.
In the case of some discs, the alternative
language cannot be selected with [AUDIO] or
[SUBTITLE].
Try selecting it from the disc's
menu if one is available.
No subtitles.
Tile disc does not have subtitles.
Subtitle
is turned ot_i
Show subtitles
on=screen
Angle cannot
changed.
be
Tile disc or the scene being played does
suppoll multi-angle.
If {he "D.MIX" indicator on the front panel
display goes oat while playing a multichannel DVD-Audio
disc, sound will only be
output from speakers specitied by the disc.
Sound "skips".
Tile disc is dilay.
Clean
Noise from inside of
the unit.
Tile disc m_y be warped.
Replace
Picture distorted
during SEARCH,
Some distortion
No picture.
(U.S.A and Canada models)
If you play PAL system DVD-Audio,
"This
disc is PAL syslem. The output is sound
only" may appear on the monitor. Picture is
not available because the disc's video signal
system is dit'l_ren{.
Picture appears
incorrectly.
Incorrect
(U.S.A
"TV aspect"
and Canada
SUBTITLE
35
or using
not
No sound=
Distorted sound.
is normal during
by pressing
rflenu.
3O
the disc.
lhe disc.
SEARCH.
setting.
models)
Select the right position. However, it mzy be
difficuh {o adjust many DVD-Videos'
widescreen format to fit perfectly in your 4:3
video monitor.
48
Turn off the PROGRESSIVE
t?amre.
38
39
Turn off lhe PROGRESSIVE
t_amre.
38
39
PROGRESSIVE
is turned on even though the
connected monitor cannot receive the
progressive
signals.
(U.S.A and Canada models)
Due {o the editing method or material used on
a DVD, ghosting may occur with progressive
output.
69
jl;{e]lJ;te.*_,._;[_ze_l/_T[,
Problem
Cause
Remedy
Refer
to page
NO
on*screen
display.
Go to Display on the SETUP menu, and select
"On" for "On-Screen
Messages".
49
On-Screen Menu
Icons not displayed
or only partially
displayed on the
television.
Press the cursor buttons IA,V] while the
rightmost icon is highlighted to change the
menu bar position.
34
There is a lot of
ghosting.
Use the on=screen
picture quality.
37
"No Play" appears
on the unit's display.
The
This unit does not
recognize disc ("No
disc" appears on the
display, or the
display shows the
status when no disc
is loaded).
The disc is not placed properly.
7O
disc
that
this unit
cannot
play
menu icons Io adjust the
is loaded.
Place the disc properly.
_gIolll_le:_gleIeHh_:
•
Tuner
Problem
Cause
Refer
Remedy
to page
FM/
AM
Previously
preset
stations cannot be
tuned in.
FM stereo
noisy.
FM
reception
is
The preset stations are cleared.
Pre-se_ the stmions once again.
The characteristics
Check the antenna
of FM stereo
Try using a high-quality
antenna.
There is distortion, and
clear reception cannot
be obtained even with a
good FM antenna.
There
Adjust the antenna lx_sition to eliminate
multip_th interthrence.
16
The desired station
cannot be tuned in with
The station is too weak.
Use a high-quality
16
is multipath
interfhrence.
Use the manual tuning
The signal
connections
is weak or the antenna
are ]oose.
directional
54
FM antenna.
method.
16
Use the manual tuning
54
method.
Noises
crackling
noises=
fluorescent lainps, motors, thermostats
and other electrical equipment,
This will help somewhat,
eliminate al! noise.
A TV set is being used nearby.
Move this unit away from the TV.
hissing
There are buzzing
whining noises
(especially
in the
evening).
Remote
and
result from lightning,
54
Tighten the AM loop antenna connections
and orient it fbr best reception.
There are continuous
and
FM
method.
directional
Use the manual tuning
The desired station
cannot be tuned in with
the automatic tuning
method.
•
16
connections.
broadcasts may cause this problem
when the transmiaer
is _o far away or
the antenna input is poor.
the automatic tuning
method.
AM
55
Use an ouldoor
antenna
and a ground
16
wire.
but it is difficult
_o
control
Problem
Cause
Remedy
Refer
to page
The remote control
does not work nor
function
properly,
Wrong distance
or angle.
The remote control will function within a
maximum range of 6 in (20 feet) and no inore
than 30 degrees oft_axis from the front panel.
Direct sunlight or lighting (from an
inveller type of fluorescent lamp, etc.) is
striking lhe remote control sensor of INs
unit.
Reposition
The batteries
Replace
are weak.
The manufacture
code is not correctly
set.
Even if the manutiicturer
code is
COITeCfly set, there are some models that
do not respond _o the remoie con_roh
7
this unit.
all batteries
with new ones.
3
Set the code COITeCfly.
57
Try setting another
manuthcturer.
57
Operate
control.
code of lhe same
the component
using its remote
71
Bitstream
Dolby Pro Logic
This is the digital form of multiple channel audio data
(eg., 5.1 channel) before it is decoded into its various
channels.
Dolby Pro Logic II is an improved
CINEMA
decode
Since the Dolby
originally
software.
designed
anti DTS systems
for use in movie
for acoustic
having
effects.
were
theaters,
many speaker,s
measured
YAMAHA
original
number
the visual
in lhe lislening
dala, YAMAHA
movie mode.
and
Digital
DSP uses
to combine
and DTS systems
1o
of movie
theater
room of your own home.
video signal
into 1he Y signal
PrdC_ and P_dC_ signals
Dynamic range
Dynamic
of sound
range is the difference
between the lowest level
that can be heard above the noise of the
system,
the video signal
for the luminance
for the ehrominanee.
the luminance
A monilor
order
the "color
difference
signal is sublracted
wilh component
to use the component
and the highest
level of sound before
and the
Color
can
signal"
because
from the color signal.
input jacks
is required
in
Film
and
recorded
fihned
using either
at 24 frames
at, although
recorded
Video is recorded
still
A still is shown
film or video. Fihn is
per second,
the rate movies
some recent progressive
al 30 frames
Frame
signal for oulput.
video
DVDs are recorded
at 30 frames
and
field
still
when you pause
a moving
A decoder restores the coded signals on DVDs Io normal.
This is called decoding.
picture
Dolby Digital
Frames
Dolby Laboratories.
digital
signals
Apart from stereo
developed
(2-channel)
by
audio,
these signals can also be 5.l-channel
audio. A large
amount of audio information
can be recorded on one disc
using this method.
may appear blurred,
is high.
that go together
shown
to make a
each second.
Group
"groups"
72
A
One frame is made up of two fields. A regular television
shows these fields one after the other to create frames.
A DVD audio
up to 7 kHz.
but overall quality
are the still pictures
moving picture.
There are about 30 frames
A surround system where a 4-channel audio track is
recorded as 2 channels and then is restored to 4 channels
reproduce
picture.
fields, so the
A field still is not blurred, but it has only half the
informalion
of a frame still so picture quality is lower.
Dolby Pro Logic
for play. The sun'ound
is
per second.
frame still is made up of two alternating
of coding
are
material
per second.
Decoder
This is a method
distortion
occurs.
be reproduced
more faithfully with this syslem because
each of these signals is indepearlent.
The component
signal is also called
for
A music mode is
in addition to the
DTS (Digital Theater Systems)
This surround syslem is used in many movie 1heaters
around the world. There is good separation between the
channels, so realistic sound effects are possible.
equipment
Component video signal
is separated
5-
1 center channel,
of only 1 rear channel
their effect
CINEMA
and audio experience
With the component
a discrete
and
of speakers,
sound field technology
Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby
enables
with 2 front channels,
(instead
used to
Sun'ound
conventional
Pro Logic technology).
also available for 2-channel sources
so on, can differ so widely, it's inevitable that there are
differences
in the sound heard as well. Based on a wealth
of actually
technique
Dolby
Since home conditions,
such as room size, wall material,
provide
This new technology
playback
and 2 rear channels
Surround
is best felt in a theater
designed
vast numbei_s of existing
channel
DSP
II
channel
is monaural
and can
disc is divided
and smaller
sections
inlo large sections
called
numbers allocated _o these sections
numbers" and "track numbers".
"tracks".
called
The
are called "group
Interlace
NTSC,
progressive output
and
the video
signal standard,
scan lines, whereas progressive
nmnber of scan lines.
This is called
this unit's
scanning
COMPONENT
VIDEO
output
OUT terminals
higher
quality
OUT terminals
(progressive)
resolution.
are also able to handle
video signals
6.1
The unit incorporates
Digital
existing
5. l-channel
(Y, Pt_ /
created
from rear left and right channels,
lhan
terminal
from virtual
channel,
moving
525p
with DVD-Video,
codes
frames
Intracoded
picture
for use
using these 3 picture
This means
P:
picture
picture
DVD=Video
quality
and is the
with an aspect
"Pan&Scan"
aspect
with the intention
television
ratio on a widescreen
ratio of 4:3. Two styles of
and "Letterbox",
deal with this
Pan&Scan:
The sides are cut off so the picture
screen.
This picture
Letterbox:
Black bands
based on past I or P=
the picture
Bidirectionally=predictive
c_xted picture
(B=picture)
This picture
by comparing
past and
is calculated
future I and P-pictures
information.
LFE
0.1
so it has the lowest volume
aspect
of
channel
This channel
is for the reproduction
of low bass signals.
The frequency range for this channel is 20 Hz to 120 Hz.
This channel is counted as 0.1 because it only enforces a
low frequency range compared to the full=range
reproduced
by the other 5 channels in a Dolby Digital
DTS 5.1 channel
Linear
PCM
systems.
(pulse code modulation)
PCM is the usual digital
DVDs
have a greater
which has a higher
signals
are called
method
volume
sampling
packed
used for music CDs.
so they use linear
PCM,
rate. Compressed
PCM
PCM
(PPCM).
with an
you can view most
problem.
pictures.
B:
are produced
on a widescreen
best 1o use when adjusting the picture.
Predictive coded picture (P=picture)
is calculated
and
with this ratio will no1 fit onto a standm'd
television
picture,
it has the best picture
and realistic
with "fly-over"
effects.
aspect ratio of 16:9. This means
Material
and is a complete
to
is
and oulputted
more dynamic
with scenes
material with the intended
television.
(I-picture)
This is the standard
in itself.
(The rear center channel
Pan&Scan/Letterbox
types.
h
6.1 =
channel
speaker 0 With this additional
especially
thai they are viewed
adoptad
format.
you can experience
"fly-around"
for Dolby
that enables
by adding the rear center
rear center
sound
In general,
standard
soBware
from
which m'e of even greater
the video compression
6.1 decoder
reproduction
_P/B
MPEG,
Malrix
and DTS multi=channel
channel
pictures
if the signals were oulput from the video otaput
or S VIDEO OUT torminal. The COMPONENT
VIDEO
(i)
uses twice the
525p. The 525i video signals
Ct,, P_,JC_) allow you to enjoy
Matrix
has 525 interlaced
or
appear
fills 1he
at the top and bottom
so the picture
itself appem's
of
in an
ratio of 16:9.
Playback control (PBC)
If a Video CD has "playback control" written on it or its
jacket, it means 1hat particular scenes or information can
be selected for viewing interactively wilh the television
using the menu screen. This unit can play Video CDs with
playback control.
Using menus to control play of a Video CD is called
"menu play" in these operating inslructions.
Sampling
frequency
and number
of
quantized bits
When digitizing an analog audio signal, the nmnber of
times the signal is sampled per second is called the
sampling frequency, while 1he degree of fineness when
converting the sound level into a nmneric value is called
the nmnber of quantized bits.
73
SILENT
CINEMA
YAMAHA
has developed
DSP algorithm
Parameters
a natural,
realistic
sound effect
for headphones,
for headphones
field so that accurate
have been set for each sound
representalions
programs
can be enjoyed
S video
signal
of all the sound
field
using headphones.
With the S video signal syslem, the video signal normally
transmitled
using a pin cable is separated
and transmitted
as the Y signal for the luminance
chrominance
VIDEO
through
jack eliminales
allows recording
and the C signal for the
the S video cable.
video
and playback
Using the S
signal lransmission
loss and
of even more beautiful
images.
Title/Chapter
DVD-Video are divided up into large sections, titles, anti
smaller sections, chapters. The numbers allocated 1o these
sections are called title nmnbers and chapter numbers.
Track
This is the smallest division on DVD-Audio, CD, and
Video CD, and usually equates Io a single song.
Virtual
CINEMA
YAMAHA
algorithm
sun'ound
a virtual
CINEMA
thai allows you to enjoy DSP sound
effects
using virtual
74
DSP
has developed
even without
rear speakers.
DSP
field
cenler or rear speakers
by
AUDIO SECTION
SPEAKER SECTION
• Minimum RMS Output Power
FRONT L/R, CENTER, REAR L/R
1 kHz, 0.9% THD, 6 £2 ........................................................
[U.S.A. and Canada models]
20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.9% THD, 6 £2 .....................................
SUBWOOFER
• Front and Rear Speakers
Model Name .................................................................
100 Hz, 0.9%THD,
• Maximum
FRONT
5 £2 ......................................................
Power (EIAJ)
L/R, CENTER,
FRONTE/R
• Input Sensitivity
VIDEO 1, VIDEO
• Outpul
PRE
PRE
REC
Level
OUT
OUT
OUT
Headphones
VIDEO
I kttz)
50W
................................................
Network,
2, VCR, MD/CD-R
ShOlled) ....................
..................
0.05 %
95 dB
200 mV/47
k£2
(when 2fg) mV is input.)
(FRONT L/R, CENTER, REAR L/R) ........... max. 1 V
(SUBWOOFER)
............................................
max. 4 V
..............................................................
200 inV/1.2 kQ
............................................................
165 mV/100
£2
SECTION
• Video Signal Level
Video ..........................................................................
I Vp-p/75 £2
S Video (Y/C)
]U.S.A., Canada and General models] .... 1 Vp-p/0.286 Vp-p/75 £2
]Australia, U.K. and Europe models] .......... I Vp-p/0.3 Vp-p/75 £2
Component (Y/PB, Pa)
]U.S.A, Canada, General and Australia models]
..................................................................
I Vp-p/0.7 Vp-p/75 £2
Signal to Noise R_tio ............................................................
50 dB
TUNER
SECTION
• FM Tuning Range
]U.S.A. and Canada models] ............................
]O_her inrxlels] ..................................................
• AM Tuning Range
]U.S.A. and Canada
models]
...............................
]U.K., Europe and AustrMia models]
]General model S ...................................
.................................................................
NX-S 100C
Type ...................................................................
2-way Bass wflex
Speakers .............. 7 cm (3 inch) cone x 3, 1.5 cm (5/8 inch) piezo,
magnetically
shielded
Impedance
................................................................................
6 £2
Dislortion
Ratio (IHF-A
NX-S 1_g)S
Type ...................................................................
2-way Bass reflex
Speakers
............. 10 cm (4 inch) cone, 1.9 cm (3/4 inch) balanced dome,
magnetically
shielded
Impedance
................................................................................
6 £2
• Center Speaker
Model Name
(100 Hz, 10% THD, 5 £2)
(20W,
• Signal to Noise
40W
40W
............................................................................................
• Total Harmonic
25 W
REAR L/R (I kHz, I0% TFID, 6 _,2)
............................................................................................
SUBWOOFER
33 W
87.5 to 107.9 MHz
87.5 to 108.0 MHz
• Subwoot_r
Model Name
SW-SI00
GENERAL
• Power Supply
]U.S.A. and Canada models] ...............................
]Australia mrxlel} .................................................
AC 120 V/60 Itz
AC 240 V/50 Itz
]U.K. and Europe models] ...................................
AC 230 V/50 Itz
]General model] ...........................................
AC 220/240 V. 50 Hz
• Power Consumption
DVR-S 100 .............................................................................
SW_S100 ..............................................................................
40 W
160W
• S_andby Power Consumption
DVR-SI00
]General model S ....................................................................
]O_her inodels] ......................................................................
0.5 W
0.4 W
• Laser pickup
Wave length ........................................................................
665 nm
Laser power ....................................................................
CLASS I]
Laser output ........................................
Max. 1.0 mW (Continuous)
Outpu_ value determined
by 21 CFR CHAPTER1,
SUBCHAPTER
J
• Dimensions
(W x H x D)
DVR-S 100 .......................................................
435 x 84 x 360 mm
(17-1/8" x 3-318" x 14_3/16")
........................................................
200 x 395 x 416 mm
530 m 1710 kHz
.................. 531 m 161 I kHz
5301531 to 1710/161 I kHz
....................................................................
Type ........ Advanced YAMAHA Active Servo Technology
system
Speaker ............ 16 cm (6-1/2 inch) wooIhr, magnetically
shielded
SW_SIID
(7-718" x 15-112" x 16-318")
NX-S 100C .......................................................
440 x 85 x 122 mm
(17_318" x 3-318 '' x 4_7116")
NX-S 100S .......................................................
120 x 250 x 92 mm
(4-3/4" x 9-7/8" x 3-5/8")
• Weight
DVR-S
100 .............................................................................
SW_S100 ..............................................................................
NX-S100C
.............................................................................
NX-S100S
.............................................................................
• Usable
teinperatm'e
range ..............................................
• Usable humidity range
..........................
5% to 90% (There
• Accessories
6.0kg
(I 3 Ibs 4 oz)
10.7kg
(23 Ibs 9 oz)
1.7kg
(3 Ibs 12 oz)
l.lkg
(2 Ibs 6 oz)
5°C to 35°C
should be no condensation.)
..............................................................
Reti_r to page 3.
75
LIST OF MANUFACTURER'S
TV
CODES
Sony
Sylvania
Telefunken
Thomson
Toshiba
Videch
Wards
(Device Code: 2)
Yamaha
Admiral
Aiwa
Akai
Alba
AOC
BellAYHowell
Bestar
99
92
94
95
96
97
92
98
92
93
76
96
Blaupunkt
Blue sky
Brandt
Bmcsonic
Bush
Clatronic
29
98
23
97
96
98
22
Craig
Croslex
Curtis Mathis
Daewoo
24
25
97
97
26
98
24
27
Daytron
Dual
Emerson
39
98
97
24
39
32
Ferguson
First line
Funai
Fisher
Fraba
GE
Goodmans
23
98
77
95
98
93
96
65
66
97
98
34
23
Grundig
Hitachi
ICE
lrradio
Itt!Nokia
29
97
96
96
44
38
39
49
42
63
97
69
23
92
97
97
25
(:4 65
66
26 67
42
39 32
66
VCR
(Device
3)
Yamaha
Admiral
Aiwa
Akai
99
95
96
22
92
93
94
97
23
98
24
29
Audio Dynamic
BellAYHowell
92
93
94
Blaupunkt
Bmcsonic
Bush
Canon
CGM
Citizen
25
27
22
25
96
96
26
Craig
Curtis M_this
Daewoo
DBX
Dimensia
Emerson
Fisher
Funai
GE
Goodmans
96
97
28
92
33
27
93
97
28
34
Grundig
Hitachi
32
25
38
33
37
Instant Replay
ItffNokia
25
93
28
JCPenny
JVC
Kendo
Kenwood
92
92
96
92
LG (Goldstar)
Loewe
Luxor
LXI
96
96
95
93
96
97
Magnavox
Marantz
Marta
Matsui
Memorex
Minolta
Mitsubishi
Multitech
NEC
Nokia
Nokia Oceanic
Okano
25
92
96
96
28
33
99
97
92
93
95
23
26
94
28
Olympic
Orion
Panasonic
Pentax
Philco
25
27
25
33
25
28
Philips
Phonola
Pioneer
Quasar
RCA/PROSCAN
28
78
33
35
36
43
45
34
47
Code:
JCPenny
JVC
Kendo
KTV
93
96
98
97
97
46
LG(Goldstar)
Loewe
LXI
97
98
93
98
48
97
39
37
25
26
Magnavox
Matsui
Mitsubishi
NEC
Nokia
Nokia Oceanic
Nordmende
Onwa
Panasonic
Philco
97
95
99
97
44
45
65
96
34
97
25
39
97
52
45
59
82
35
25
36
39
53
Philips
Pioneer
Portland
25
2.6 35
97 56
54
55
68
Quasar
Radio Shack
RCA
SABA
34
99
93
23
35
93
97
69
97
34
65
56
66
57
Samsung
Sanyo
Schneider
Scott
97
95
96
97
39
33
48
79
62
72
75
73
Sharp
Siemens
92
29
39
32
Signature
92
39
33
66
58
74
28
32
28
34
94
33
35
34
36
88
33
37
49
42
43
93
94
94
44
28
45
33
46
94
96
36
49
48
54
44
59
52
53
28
49
28
39
55
78
84
25
37
25
26
28
37
56
57
25
25
28
26
28
33
35
49
49
47
37
36
49
44
48
94
95
83
85
58
69
Realistic
Samsung
93 9728365962
54 5863 (_4 65 (if)
Sansui
Sanyo
Schneider
Scott
Seleco
Sharp
Siemens
Signature 2000
Sony
Sylvania
Symphonic
Tandberg
Tashiro
Tatung
Teac
Technics
Teletunken
Thorn
Toshiba
Universum
W.WHouse
Wards
94
93
37
99
22
95
93
95
68
97
97
34
96
92
92
25
76
93
35
96
96
95
36
67
35
36
62
82
97
79
25
72
26
94
94
28
77
96
69
27
96
48
59
52
73
28
74
75
54
58
97
89
76
36
62
CDR
(Device Code: 4)
Yamaha
Sony
DENON
JVC
Kenwood
Pioneer
Marantz
Philips
Hitachi
99
27
22
25
22
26
22
22
24
23
MD
(Device Code: 5)
Yamaha
Sony
Denon
JVC
Kenwood
Pioneer
Sharp
99
22
23
25
26
27
28
98
22
24
II
OYAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
ELECTRONICS
CORPORATtON,
USA 6660 ORANGETHORPE
AVE
BUENA PARK, CALiF 90620, USA
CANADA MUSIC LTD. 135 M_LNER AVE, SCARBOROUGH,
ONTARIO M_S 3R1, CANADA
ELECTRONIK
EUROPA G.m,_.H, SIEMENSSTR
22-34, 25462 RELL_NGEN
BE_ HAMBURG,
FR OF GERMANY
ELECTRONIQUE
FRANCE S.A. RUE AMBRO_SE CRO_ZAT [{pT0 CROISSY-BEAUBOURG
77312 MARNE-LA-VALLEE
YAMAHA
YAMAHA
ELECTRONICS
SCANDINAVIA
YAMAHA
MUSIC
CEDEX02,
FRANCE
YAMAI _A COkP©P_AT!ON
(ILK) LTD. yAMAHA HOusE,
230 RIOKMANSWORTH
ROAD WATFORO,
HERTS WDI
7JS, ENGLAND
A.B. J A WETTERGRENS
GATA 1, BOX 30053, 400 43 VASTRA FR{)LUNDA
SWEDEN
AUSTRALIA
PTY* LTD- 17-33 MARKET
ST,
SOUTH
MELBOURNE,
3205
VIC,
AUSTRALIA
Printed
in MaJaysia
I_p
_1[:{o
V883340