Carrier 50EK Air Conditioner User Manual

AUDIO VIDEO SURROUND RECEIVER
VR-716
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
KENWOOD CORPORATION
About the supplied remote control
Compared to standard remote controls, the remote control supplied with this receiver has several
operation modes. These modes enable the remote control to control other audio/video components. In
order to effectively use the remote control it is important to read the operating instructions and obtain a
proper understanding of the remote control and how to switch its operation modes (etc.).
Using the remote control without completely understanding its design and how to switch the operation
modes may result in incorrect operations.
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Before applying the power
Caution : Read this page carefully to ensure safe
operation.
Units are designed for operation as follows.
How to use this manual
U.S.A. and Canada ........................................... AC 120 V only
Australia ........................................................... AC 240 V only
Europe and U.K. ............................................... AC 230 V only
China and Russia ............................................. AC 220 V only
Other countries .......... AC 110-120 / 220-240 V switchable*
This manual is divided into four sections, Preparations, Operations,
Remote Control, and Additional Information.
Maintenance of the unit
Preparations
Shows you how to connect your audio and video components to the
receiver and prepare the surround processor.
Since this receiver works with all of your audio and video components,
we will guide you in setting up your system to be as easy as possible.
When the front panel or case becomes dirty, wipe with a soft, dry
cloth. Do not use thinner, benzine, alcohol, etc. for these agents may
cause discoloration.
Operations
In regard to contact cleaner
Remote Control
Do not use contact cleaner because it could cause a malfunction. Be
specially careful not to use contact cleaners containing oil, for they
may deform the plastic component.
Shows you how to operate the various functions available on the
receiver.
Shows you how to operate other components using the remote control,
as well as a detailed explanation of all remote control operations. Once
you have registered your components with the proper setup codes, you’ll
be able to operate both this receiver and your other AV components (TV,
VCR, DVD player, CD player, etc.) using the remote control supplied with
this receiver.
Additional Information
Shows you additional information such as “In case of difficulty”
(troubleshooting) and “Specifications”.
Memory back up function
Please note that the following items will be deleted from the unit's
memory if the power cord is disconnected from the AC outlet for
approximately 1 day.
Safety precautions
WARNING :
TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
• Power mode.
• Input selector settings.
• Picture output.
• Speaker ON/OFF.
• Volume level.
• BASS, TREBLE, INPUT level.
• TONE ON/OFF.
• LOUDNESS ON/OFF.
• Dimmer level.
• MD/TAPE settings.
• Listen mode setting.
• SP SYSTEM.
• Speaker settings.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
THE LIGHTNING FLASH WITH ARROWHEAD SYMBOL,
WITHIN AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE, IS INTENDED TO
ALERT THE USER TO THE PRESENCE OF UNINSULATED
“DANGEROUS VOLTAGE” WITHIN THE PRODUCT’S
ENCLOSURE THAT MAY BE OF SUFFICIENT MAGNITUDE
TO CONSTITUTE A RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK TO
PERSONS.
THE EXCLAMATION POINT WITHIN AN EQUILATERAL
TRIANGLE IS INTENDED TO ALERT THE USER TO THE
PRESENCE OF IMPORTANT OPERATING AND
MAINTENANCE (SERVICING) INSTRUCTIONS IN THE
LITERATURE ACCOMPANYING THE APPLIANCE.
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• SUBWOOFER ON/OFF.
• SW RE-MIX ON/OFF.
• Distance setting.
• Input mode setting.
• Midnight mode setting.
• PRO LOGIC II mode setting.
• Broadcast band.
• Frequency setting.
• Preset stations.
• Tuning mode.
• ACTIVE EQ mode.
• DSP mode.
Before applying the power
Contents
Unpacking
Caution : Read the pages marked
safe operation.
carefully to ensure
Unpack the unit carefully and make sure that all accessories are
present.
FM indoor antenna (1)
AM loop antenna (1)
Remote control unit (1)
RC-R0824
Batteries (R6/AA) (2)
Before applying the power .............................. 2
Safety precautions ............................................. 2
How to use this manual ..................................... 2
Unpacking .......................................................... 3
Preparing the remote control ............................ 4
Special features ................................................. 5
Names and functions of parts ......................... 6
Main Unit ........................................................... 6
Remote control unit ........................................... 7
Connecting audio components .......................... 9
Connecting video components ........................ 10
Digital connections .......................................... 11
Connecting a DVD player (6-channel input) ..... 12
Connecting the speakers ................................. 13
Connecting the terminals ................................ 14
Connecting the antennas ................................. 14
Connecting the system control ....................... 15
Preparing for surround sound ....................... 16
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Setting up the system ........................................ 8
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Preparations
If any accessories are missing, or if the unit is damaged or fails to operate,
notify your dealer immediately. If your unit was shipped to you directly,
notify your shipper immediately. Kenwood recommend that you retain
the original carton and packing materials in case you need to move or ship
the unit in the future.
Keep this manual handy for future reference.
Speaker settings .............................................. 16
Normal playback.............................................. 18
Preparing for playback ..................................... 18
Listening to a source component .................... 18
Adjusting the sound ......................................... 19
Recording .......................................................... 20
Recording audio (analog sources) ................... 20
Recording video ............................................... 20
Recording audio (digital sources) .................... 20
Operations
Listening to radio broadcasts ....................... 21
Tuning radio stations ....................................... 21
Presetting radio stations manually .................. 21
Receiving preset stations ................................ 22
Receiving preset stations in order (P.Call) ...... 22
Ambience effects ............................................. 23
Surround modes .............................................. 23
Surround play ................................................... 25
DVD 6-channel playback .................................. 26
Convenient functions ....................................... 26
Basic remote control operations for other
components ....................................................... 28
Remote
Control
Additional
Information
Registering setup codes for other components
......................................................................... 28
Searching for your code ................................... 28
Checking the codes ......................................... 28
Re-assigning device keys ................................ 29
Operating other components .......................... 29
Setup code chart .............................................. 30
CASSETTE deck, CD player & MD recorder
operations ........................................................ 34
Other components’ operations ....................... 35
In case of difficulty .......................................... 37
Specifications .................................................. 39
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Before applying the power
Preparing the remote control
For the U.S.A.
FCC WARNING
Loading the batteries
1 Remove the cover.
2 Insert the batteries.
This equipment may generate or use radio frequency energy. Changes
or modifications to this equipment may cause harmful interference
unless the modifications are expressly approved in the instruction
manual. The user could lose the authority to operate this equipment
if an unauthorized change or modification is made.
NOTE:
3 Close the cover.
• Insert two AA-size (R6) batteries as indicated by the polarity markings.
Operation
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment may
cause harmful interference to radio communications, if it is not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
– – Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– – Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
– – Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected.
– – Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help.
For the U.S.A.
When the STANDBY indicator is lit, the power turns ON when you press
the POWER RCVR key on the remote control. When the power comes
ON, press the key you want to operate.
Operating range
(Approx.)
Remote sensor
Note to CATV system installer:
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer's attention
to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper
grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be
connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the
point of cable entry as practical.
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As an
ENERGY STAR®
Partner, Kenwood
Corporation has determined that this product
meets the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for
energy efficiency. This product can save
POWER
RCVR
energy. Saving energy reduces air pollution and lowers utility bills.
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Infrared ray system
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• When pressing more than one remote control key successively,
press the keys securely by leaving an interval of 1 second or more
between keys.
Notes
1. The supplied batteries may have shorter lives than ordinary batteries
due to use during operation checks.
2. When the remote-controllable distance gets shorter than before,
replace both batteries with new ones.
3. Placing the remote sensor in direct sunlight, or in direct light from
a high frequency fluorescent lamp may cause a malfunction.
In such a case, change the location of the system installation to
prevent malfunction.
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Before applying the power
Special features
True home theater sound
DSP surround modes
This receiver incorporates a wide variety of surround modes to bring you
maximum enjoyment from your video software. Select a surround mode
according to your equipment or the software you are going to play and
enjoy!
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The DSP (Digital Signal Processor) used for this receiver incorporates a
variety of high quality adjustable sound fields, like “ARENA”, “JAZZ
CLUB”, “THEATER”, “STADIUM” and “DISCO”. It is compatible with
almost any kind of program source.
Dolby Digital
DVD 6-channel input
The DOLBY DIGITAL mode lets you enjoy full digital surround from
software processed in the Dolby Digital format. Dolby Digital provides up
to 5.1 channels of independent digital audio for better sound quality and
more powerful presence than conventional Dolby Surround.
If you own a DVD player equipped with 6-channel output, this receiver
allows you to obtain the full surround sound impact of DVD source
material featuring multi-channel encoding. Since the source signals are
digital and each channel is input independently, the resulting ambience
is far superior to what can be achieved with conventional surround sound
systems.
Dolby PRO LOGIC II
DOLBY PRO LOGIC II, whilst totally compatible with its predecessor
PRO LOGIC, provides greater advantages in surround sound. It allows
user to enjoy the conventional stereo or Dolby Surround with a convincing
“5.1 like” presentation. PRO LOGIC II offers special features for controlling
the overall spatial, dimensionality and frontal sound field imaging. PRO
LOGIC II produces an impressive surround sound from video software
and three-dimensional space from music CD.
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When listening to music, you will be able to enjoy the experience of sheer
STEREO surround sound.
DTS
ACTIVE EQ
Active EQ mode will produce a more dynamic sound quality in any
conditions. You can enjoy a more impressive sound effect when you
switch ACTIVE EQ ON during Dolby Digital and DTS playback.
Universal IR (InfraRed) remote control
In addition to the basic receiver, the remote control supplied with this
receiver can also operate almost all of your remote controllable audio and
video components. Just follow the simple setup procedure to register
the components you have connected.
DTS (Digital Theater System) is a 5.1 channel digital audio format that
provides five full-spectrum channels and one low-frequency (subwoofer)
channel for unprecedented clarity, optimum channel separation and a
(wide) dynamic range.
In the DTS mode, the 5.1 channel digital input from a DTS CD, LD or DVD
disc (carrying the “DTS” marking) can be played in Digital Surround.
Important:
When a DTS disc is played on a CD, LD or DVD player, noise may be
output from the analog output. It is recommended that you connect the
digital output of the player to the digital input of this unit.
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Names and functions of parts
Main Unit
Frequency display,
Input display,
Preset channel display,
Surround mode display
Speaker indicator
MUTE indicator
AUTO DETECT
indicator
DTS indicator
6CH INPUT indicator
Band indicators
DIGITAL indicator
AUTO indicator
CLIP indicator
MEMO. indicator
ST. indicator
TONE indicator
LOUDNESS indicator
96kHzfs indicator
TUNED indicator
DSP indicator
DOLBY DIGITAL
indicator
Speaker selection indicators
Input channel indicators
Output channel indicators
STEREO indicator
PRO LOGIC
indicator
Display
VOLUME CONTROL
POWER
STANDBY
ON STANDBY
SPEAKERS ON OFF
DIMMER
LISTEN MODE
ACTIVE EQ
DTS DOLBY DIGITAL
MULTI CONTROL
INPUT SELECTOR
DOWN
UP
SOUND
MUTE
ACTIVE EQ
PHONES
INPUT MODE
1 POWER ON/STANDBY key
^
Use to turn the power ON/STANDBY.
STANDBY indicator
2 DIMMER key
Use to select the REC MODE.
)
Use to adjust the brightness of the display.
¶
3 LISTEN MODE key
∞
Use to select the listening mode.
4 Surround LED (light-emitting diode)
indicators
ACTIVE EQ mode LED indicator
(
Lights when the receiver is in the ACTIVE EQ
mode.
DTS mode LED indicator
∞
Lights when the receiver is in the DTS mode.
DOLBY DIGITAL mode LED indicator
∞
Lights when the receiver is in the Dolby
Digital mode.
BAND
AUTO
MEMORY
SETUP
5 SOUND key
§
Use to adjust the sound quality and the
ambience effects.
6 MULTI CONTROL knob
^
Use to control a variety of settings.
7 INPUT SELECTOR knob
*
Use to select the input sources.
8 VOLUME CONTROL knob
*
9 PHONES jack
(
Use for headphone listening.
0 SPEAKERS ON/OFF key
*
Use to turn the speakers ON/OFF.
! ACTIVE EQ key
(
Use to select ACTIVE EQ setting.
@ INPUT MODE key
8
Use to switch between full auto, digital and
analog inputs.
# BAND key
¡
Use to select the broadcast band.
$ AUTO key
Use to change “TAPE” indication to “MD”.
*
Use to select the auto tuning mode. ¡
% MEMORY key
¡
Use to store radio stations in the preset
memory.
^ SETUP key
^
Use to select the speakers' settings etc.
& MUTE key
(
Use to temporarily mute the sound.
Standby mode
While the standby indicator is lit, a small amount of power is supplied to the system to back-up the memory. This is called standby mode. Under the
condition, the system can be turned ON by the remote control unit.
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Names and functions of parts
Remote control unit
This remote control unit can be use not only for Kenwood products but also for non-Kenwood products by setting the appropriate manufacturer’s setup
codes.
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1
DVD
6CH
TUNER
CD
DVD
VID1
MD
TAPE
VID2
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P. Call
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P. Call
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TV
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SR
AUX
Enter
7
Multi
8
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+ 100
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1
4
0
+ 10
9
TV Mute
Page
Return
5
6
7
8
9
0
!
@
#
$
%
1 Source keys (AUX, VID2, VID1, TUNER,
DVD/6CH, CD/DVD, MD/TAPE)
•
When press and hold for more than 3
seconds, they are used to select the
registered component.
Input Selector keys (AUX, VID2, VID1,
TUNER, DVD/6CH, CD/DVD, MD/TAPE)
*
When press and release in less than 3
seconds, they are used to select the input
sources.
2 SRC (source) Power key
Use to turn the other source components
on and off.
3 Numeric keys
•
Provide functions identical to those of the
original remote control supplied with the
component you are controlling.
Multi (multi control) %/fi keys
^
Use to control a variety of settings.
Use to operate other components.
P.Call @/# keys
™
If tuner is selected as the input source, these
keys function as preset channel call keys.
Enter key
Use to operate other components.
4 Return key
Use to operate the DVD component.
Exit key
Use to operate other components.
5 Disc Skip key
If CD is selected as the input source, this
key functions as the multi-CD player disc
skip key.
Last/A/B key
If TAPE is selected as the input source, this
is A and B deck of a double cassette deck.
Use to operate other components.
6 Disc Sel. key
Use to operate other components.
Input Sel. key
Use to operate other components.
7 CH +/– keys
Use to select the channels.
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9
0
!
@
#
$
%
^
&
*
(
)
OSD
Last / A/B
Exit
Guide
Disc Skip
Menu
Mute
Disc Sel.
Input Sel.
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Tone
VOL
CH
Sound
4
TV
VOL
Tune —
Dimmer
TV Input
Tune +
Auto
Top Menu
Info / Flip
Setup
Input
Mode
Listen
Mode
Bass
Boost
Band
Loudness
Active
EQ
Remote
Setup
™
£
¢
∞
§
¶
•
ª
º
⁄
¤
If the name of a function is different on
the receiver and on the remote control,
the name of the remote control key in
this manual is indicated in parentheses.
4/¢ keys
If CD, MD or DVD is selected as the input
source, these keys function as skip keys.
Tone key
(
Use to switch the status of TONE control.
Sound key
§
Use to adjust the sound quality and ambience
effects.
TV VOL +/– keys
Use to adjust the TV’s volume.
8 key
Use to operate other components.
Dimmer key
¶
Use to adjust the brightness of the display.
6 key
If CD is selected as the input source, this
key functions as the play/pause key.
If MD or TAPE is selected as the input
source, this key functions as the play key.
Band key
¡
Use to select the broadcast band.
Input Mode key
8
Use to switch between full auto, digital and
analog inputs.
Listen Mode key
∞
Use to select the listening mode.
2 key
If TAPE is selected, this key functions as
reverse play key.
Info/Flip key
Use to operate the DVD component.
Active EQ key
(
Use to select ACTIVE EQ setting.
LED (light-emitting diode) indicator
Blinks to show that signals are being
transmitted.
TV key
Use to select the TV equipment.
POWER RCVR (receiver) key
^
Use to turn the receiver on and off.
TV Power key
Use to turn the TV on and off.
+100 key
Use to select the disc number with the
multi-CD player.
TV Mute key
Use to temporarily mute the TV sound.
¡ Page ∞/5 keys
Use to operate other components.
™ OSD (on screen display) key
Use to operate the DVD component.
Guide key
Use to operate other components.
£ Menu key
Use to operate other components.
¢ Mute key
(
Use to temporarily mute the sound.
∞ VOL +/– keys
Use to adjust the receiver’s volume.
§ TV Input key
Use when in TV operation.
¶ Bass Boost key
(
Use to select the maximum adjustment
setting for the low frequency range.
• 1/¡ key
If CD, MD or TAPE is selected as the input
source, these keys function as search key.
Tune –/+ key
Use to operate the tuner mode.
ª ¶ key
If MD or TAPE is selected, this key functions
as record key.
If VCR is selected, this key functions as
record key when it is pressed twice
sequentially.
Top Menu key
Use to operate other components.
Setup key
^
Use to select the speakers' settings etc.
º Loudness key
(
Use to switch the status of LOUDNESS.
⁄ Remote Setup key
Use to register other components.
¤ 7 key
If CD, MD or TAPE is selected as the input
source, this key functions as the stop key.
Auto key
¡
Use to select the auto tuning mode.
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Setting up the system
Make connections as shown in the following pages.
When connecting the related system components, be
sure to refer to the instruction manuals supplied with
the components you are connecting.
Do not connect the power cord to a wall outlet until all
connections are completed.
Input mode settings
CD/DVD, VIDEO 2 and DVD/6CH inputs each include jacks for digital
audio input and analog audio input.
After completing connections and turning on the receiver, follow the
steps below.
LISTEN MODE
Notes
1. Be sure to insert all connection cords securely. If their connections are
imperfect, the sound may not be produced or there will be noise
interference.
2. Be sure to remove the power cord from the AC outlet before plugging
or unplugging any connection cords. Plugging/unplugging connection
cords without disconnecting the power cord can cause malfunctions
and may damage the unit.
3. Do not connect power cords from components whose power
consumption is larger than what is indicated on the AC outlet at the
rear of this unit.
INPUT SELECTOR
INPUT MODE
1 Use the INPUT SELECTOR knob to select CD/DVD, VIDEO 2,
DVD/6CH.
2 Press the INPUT MODE key.
Analog connections
Audio connections are made using RCA pin cords. These cables transfer
stereo audio signal in an “analog” form. This means the audio signal
corresponds to the actual audio of two channels. These cables usually
have 2 plugs at each end, red for the right channel and white for the left
channel. These cables are usually packed together with the source unit,
or are available at your local electronics retailer.
Microcomputer malfunction
If operation is not possible or an erroneous display appears, even
though all connections have been made properly, reset the
microcomputer by referring to “In case of difficulty”.
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Each press switches the setting as follows:
In DTS play mode
1 F-AUTO (digital input, analog input)
2 D-MANUAL (digital input)
In CD/DVD, VIDEO 2, DVD/6CH play mode
1 F-AUTO (digital input, analog input)
2 D-MANUAL (digital input)
3 6CH INPT (DVD/6CH input)
4 ANALOG (analog input)
Digital input:
Select this setting to play digital signals from a DVD, CD, or LD
player.
Analog input:
Select this setting to play analog signals from a cassette deck, VCR,
or record player.
Auto detect:
In “F-AUTO” (full auto) mode (AUTO DETECT and DIGITAL
indicators light up), the receiver detects the digital or analog input
signals automatically. Priority is given to digital signal during input
mode selection. The receiver will select the input mode and listening
mode automatically during playback to match the type of input
signal (Dolby Digital, PCM, DTS ) and the speaker setting. The initial
factory setting is full auto.
To keep the receiver set to the currently selected listening mode,
use the INPUT MODE key to select “D-MANUAL” (digital manual).
However, even when this setting is selected, there may be cases
in which the listening mode is selected automatically to match a
Dolby Digital source signal depending on the combination of listening
mode and source digital.
In D-MANUAL mode, if the audio reproduction stops in the middle
due to change in the input signals, etc, press the LISTEN MODE
key. If the INPUT MODE key is pressed quickly, sound may not be
produced. Press the INPUT MODE key again.
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Setting up the system
Connecting audio components
SYSTEM CONTROL
jacks
%
+
+
-
-
To AC wall outlet
AUDIO
L
R
AUX
CD/DVD
REC OUT PLAY IN REC OUT PLAY IN
MD/TAPE
VIDEO1
IN
OUT
Video component
IN
)
OUT
Cassette deck or MD
recorder
OUT
CD or DVD player
Other components
OUT
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Setting up the system
Connecting video components
About the S-VIDEO
jacks
S-VIDEO
VIDEO 2
IN
DVD
IN
S-VIDEO jacks
MONITOR
OUT
S-VIDEO
Use the S-VIDEO jacks to
make connections to
video components with
S-VIDEO IN/OUT jacks.
• If
+
+
-
-
you use the S-VIDEO
jacks to connect your video
playback components, be
sure to use the S-VIDEO
jacks when connecting
your monitor and video
recording components.
AUDIO
VIDEO
DVD
IN
MONITOR
OUT
VIDEO 2
IN
VIDEO 1
IN
REC OUT PLAY IN PLAY IN
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
OUT
VIDEO
IN
Monitor TV
VIDEO
IN/ OUT
IN
IN
Video inputs
(Yellow RCA pin cords)
Video deck
OUT
Video inputs and
outputs
(Yellow RCA pin cords)
OUT
Audio inputs
and outputs
DVD player or LD player
OUT
OUT
A video component with digital audio outputs should be connected to the VIDEO 2 jacks.
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AUDIO
IN/ OUT
Setting up the system
Digital connections
The digital in jacks can accept DTS, Dolby Digital, or PCM signals. Connect components capable of outputting DTS, Dolby Digital, or standard PCM (CD)
format digital signals.
If you have connected any digital components to the receiver, be sure to read the “Input mode settings” section carefully.
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COAXIAL
VIDEO 2
+
+
-
-
OPTICAL
CD/DVD
DVD / 6CH
DIGITAL IN
OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT (AUDIO)
Optical fiber cable
CD or DVD player
COAXIAL DIGITAL OUT
(AUDIO)
Component with DTS,
Dolby Digital, or PCM
COAXIAL DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
DIGITAL
OUT
(AUDIO)
Connect the video signal and analog
audio signals to the VIDEO 2 jacks.
(See “Connecting video components”.)
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RF digital
demodulator
(DEM-9991D)
(sold separately)
DOLBY DIGITAL RF
OUT (AUDIO)
PCM OUT
LD player
To connect an LD player with a DIGITAL RF OUT, connect the LD player to the KENWOOD RF digital demodulator (DEM-9991D).
Next, connect the DIGITAL OUT jacks of the demodulator to the DIGITAL IN jacks of the receiver.
Connect the video signal and analog audio signals to the VIDEO 2 jacks. (See “Connecting video components”.)
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Setting up the system
Connecting a DVD player (6-channel input)
If you have connected a DVD player to the receiver with digital connection, be sure to read the “Input mode settings” section carefully.
DVD
IN
DVD/6CH INPUT
VIDEO
CENTER
DVD
IN
+
+
-
-
COAXIAL
VIDEO 2
OPTICAL
CD/DVD
MONITOR
OUT
VIDEO 2
IN
DVD/6CH
DIGITAL IN
FRONT SURROUND
VIDEO 1
IN
SUB
WOOFER
VIDEO 1
OUT
VIDEO OUT
(Yellow RCA
pin cord)
FRONT
OUT L/R
SURROUND
OUT L/R
DVD player
S-VIDEO
OUT
SUBWOOFER
OUT
CENTER OUT
COAXIAL
DIGITAL
OUT
(AUDIO)
S-VIDEO cord
CAUTION
Be sure to adhere to the following, or proper ventilation will be blocked causing damage or fire hazard.
• Do not place any object impairing heat radiation onto the top of the unit.
• Leave a space around the unit (from the largest outside dimension including projection) equal or greater than, shown below.
Top panel : 50 cm
Side panel : 10 cm
Back panel : 10 cm
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Setting up the system
Connecting the speakers
Front Speakers
Right
Left
Center
Speaker
FRONT
CENTER
+
R
L
RED
WHITE
C
GREEN
SPEAKERS
+
+
-
-
SURROUND
SUB
WOOFER
+
R
L
SW
GRAY
BLUE
PURPLE
KERS (8-16Ω)
Right
Left
Surround Speakers
(Be sure to connect both
surround speakers)
Sub woofer
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Setting up the system
Connecting the terminals
1 Strip coating.
2 Push the lever.
Connecting the antennas
AM loop antenna
The supplied loop antenna is for use indoors. Place it as far as possible
from the receiver, TV set, speaker cords and power cord, and adjust
the direction for best reception.
AM antenna terminal connections
3 Insert the cord.
4 Return the lever.
• Never short circuit the + and – speaker cords.
• If the left and right speakers are connected inversely or the speaker
cords are connected with reversed polarity, the sound will be
unnatural with ambiguous acoustic imaging. Be sure to connect the
speakers correctly.
1 Push lever.
2 Insert cord.
3 Release lever.
FM indoor antenna
The supplied indoor antenna is for temporary use only. For stable
signal reception we recommend using an outdoor antenna. Disconnect
the indoor antenna when you connect one outdoors.
FM antenna terminal connections
Insert cord.
Speaker impedance
After confirming the speaker impedance indications printed on the
rear panel of the receiver, connect speakers with matching impedance
ratings. Using speakers with a rated impedance other than that
indicated on the rear panel of the receiver could result in malfunctions
or damage to the speakers or receiver.
FM outdoor antenna
Lead the 75Ω coaxial cable connected to the FM outdoor antenna into
the room and connect it to the FM 75 Ω terminal.
+
+
-
-
ANTENNA
GND
AM
FM
75Ω
Attach to the
stand
FM indoor antenna
FM outdoor antenna
AM loop antenna
Use an
antenna
adapter
(Commercially
available)
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Setting up the system
Connecting the system control
Connecting system control cords after connecting a KENWOOD
audio component system lets you take advantage of convenient
system control operations.
This unit is compatible only with the [SL-16] mode. The system
control operation is not available if the unit is connected in the
[XS8], [XS], or [XR] connection mode.
If your component has the mode select switch, set the connected
components to the [SL16] mode.
SYSTEM CONTROL OPERATIONS
Remote Control
Lets you operate this unit with the system remote supplied with the
receiver.
Automatic Operation
When you start playback from a source component, the input selector
on this unit switches to that component automatically.
Synchronized Recording
Lets you synchronize recording with the start of playback when
recording from CD, MD or analog discs.
SYSTEM CONTROL
cord
SYSTEM CONTROL
• You may connect the system control cord to either the up or down
jack.
Speaker placement
Center speaker
EXAMPLE: [SL16] mode connections
The underlined portion represents the setting of the system control
mode.
[SL16]
Receiver
[SL16] [XS] [XS8] [XR]
Cassette deck
or MD recorder
[SL16] [XS] [XS8]
CD player
[XS]
Record player
SYSTEM
CONTROL
cord
• In order to take advantage of the system control operations, the
components must be connected to the correct jacks. To use a CD
player it must be connected to the CD jacks. To use a cassette deck
(or MD recorder) it must be connected to the MD/TAPE jacks.
When using more than one CD player (etc.) only the one connected
to the specified jacks may be connected for system control.
• Some CD players and cassette decks are not compatible with the
[SL16] system control mode. Do not make system connections
with equipment that is not [SL16] compatible.
• Some MD players are not system control compatible. You cannot
make system control connections to this kind of equipment.
Notes
1. [SL16] equipment cannot be combined with [XR], [XS], and [XS8]
equipment for system operations. If your equipment consists of
this kind of combination, please do not connect any system control
cords. Even without system control cords, normal operations can
be carried out without affecting performance.
2. Do not connect system control cords to any components other
than those specified by KENWOOD. It may cause a malfunction
and damage your equipment.
3. Be sure the system control plugs are inserted all the way in to the
system control terminals.
Subwoofer
Front
speaker
Surround
speaker
Listening
position
Front speakers : Place to the front left and right of the listening
position. Front speakers are required for all surround modes.
Center speaker : Place front and center. This speaker stabilizes the
sound image and helps recreate sound motion. Required for surround
playback.
Surround speakers : Place to the direct left and right, or slightly
behind, the listening position at even heights, approximately 1 meter
above the ears of the listeners. These speakers recreate sound
motion and atmosphere. Required for surround playback.
Subwoofer : Reproduces powerful deep bass sounds.
• Although the ideal surround system consists of all the speakers
listed above, if you don't have a center speaker or a subwoofer, you
can divide those signals between the available speakers in the
speaker settings steps to obtain the best possible surround
reproduction from the speakers you have available.
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Preparing for surround sound
Speaker settings
To enable you to obtain optimum enjoyment from the receiver’s listening
modes, make sure to complete the speaker settings (subwoofer, front,
center, and surround speakers) as described below.
It is not advisable to select “LRG” (large) for front, center, and surround
speakers as this will cause the speakers to malfunction.
POWER
ON/STANDBY
MULTI CONTROL
2 Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi keys to select the
speaker system setting.
1 FULL RANGE : For selected Kenwood speaker – for example,
KS-207HT.
2 2WAY 2SPKR : For selected Kenwood speaker – for example,
KS-307HT.
3 2WAY 3SPKR : For selected Kenwood speaker – for example,
KS-707HT.
4 OTHERS
: For general speakers.
•
•
The selection of FULL RANGE, 2WAY 2SPKR or 2WAY 3SPKR
should only be used with 5 channels speaker system setting.
When the setting FULL RANGE, 2WAY 2SPKR or 2WAY 3SPKR
is selected, the procedure skips to step 5.
3 For general speaker setting, use the MULTI CONTROL knob or
Multi % / fi keys to select OTHERS and press the SETUP key
again.
SETUP
• The subwoofer setting indication “SUBW ON” appears.
POWER RCVR
Multi % / fi
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+
4 Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi keys to select
the appropriate subwoofer setting.
+
4
+
1 SUBW ON : Subwoofer setting mode to the receiver is ON.
2 SUBW OFF : Subwoofer setting mode to the receiver is OFF.
Setup
1 Turn on the power to this receiver by pressing POWER ON/
STANDBY
or POWER RCVR key.
2 For the remote control, press and hold the TUNER key for more
than 3 seconds to switch to receiver mode.
3 Press the SETUP key to enter the SETUP mode and use the
• The initial setting is “SUBW ON”.
• When the setting “SUBW OFF” is selected, the front speakers
are automatically set to “FRNT LRG” and the procedure skips to
step 7.
Before step 7, press the SETUP key to accept the setting.
• When subwoofer output sound is required, select “FRNT NML”.
5 Press the SETUP key to accept the setting.
• The front speakers setting indication “FRNT NML” appears.
MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fikeys for the following
displays.
1
2
3
4
6 Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi keys to select
the appropriate front speakers setting.
SP SETUP
TESTTONE
DISTANCE
EXIT
1 FRNT NML (normal) : Average size front speakers are
connected to the receiver.
2 FRNT LRG (large) : Large front speakers are connected to
the receiver.
The flow of the SETUP is as follows;
SP SETUP
SP System
Full Range
2Way 2Speaker
2Way 3Speaker
Others
Subwoofer
Front
TESTTONE
AUTO MANUAL
DISTANCE
EXIT
Front
Center
L
C
R
SR
SL
SW
L
• You are advised to select “NML” (normal) for front speakers.
• For “FRNT LRG” selection, no sound will be heard from subwoofer
speaker even when it is set to ON. However, if you select “SW
RE-MIX ON” when subwoofer is selected, you will be able to
hear sound from the subwoofer.
When in STEREO mode, the sound goes directly to front speaker.
Surround
C
R
SR
7 Press the SETUP key to accept the setting.
• The center speaker setting indication “CNTR NML” appears.
8 Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi keys to select
the appropriate center speaker setting.
SL
Center
SW
Surround
Subwoofer Re-mix
4 Select a speaker system.
1 Select SP SETUP and press the SETUP key again so that the
speaker system indication “SP SYSTEM” scrolls across the
display.
If you have selected “LRG” as the front speakers setting,
1 CNTR NML (normal) : An average size center speaker is
connected to the receiver.
2 CNTR LRG (large) : A large center speaker is connected to
the receiver.
3 CNTR OFF
: Center speaker setting mode to the
receiver is OFF.
• You are advised to select “NML” (normal) for center speaker.
If you have selected “NML” as the front speakers setting,
1 CNTR ON
: Center speaker setting mode to the
receiver is ON.
2 CNTR OFF
: Center speaker setting mode to the
receiver is OFF.
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Preparing for surround sound
9 Press the SETUP key again to accept the setting.
• The surround speaker setting indication “SURR NML” appears.
0 Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi keys to select the
appropriate surround speaker setting.
If you have selected “LRG” as the center speaker setting,
1 SURR NML (normal) : Average size surround speakers are
connected to the receiver.
2 SURR LRG (large) : Large surround speakers are connected
to the receiver.
3 SURR OFF
: Surround speaker setting mode to the
receiver is OFF.
• You are advised to select “NML” (normal) for surround speakers.
If you have selected other than “LRG” as the center speaker
setting,
1 SURR ON : Surround speaker setting mode to the receiver is
ON.
2 SURR OFF : Surround speaker setting mode to the receiver is
OFF.
! Press the SETUP key again to accept the setting.
• The subwoofer re-mix setting indication “SW RE-MIX” scrolls
across the display.
3 Press the SETUP key.
• The test tone is turned off. The receiver enters the mode for
inputting the distance to the speakers.
4 For MANUAL selection, press the SETUP key each time to
select the speaker channel.
6 Input the distance to the speakers.
1 Select the DISTANCE from the set up displays and press the
SETUP key again.
2 Measure the distance from the listening position to each of
the speakers.
Jot down the distance to each of the speakers.
Distance to front speakers
: ____ feet (meters)
Distance to center speaker
: ____ feet (meters)
Distance to surround speakers
: ____ feet (meters)
3 Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi %/fi keys to select the
distance to the front speakers.
The speaker indicator to be adjusted blinks.
Indication in feet Indication in meters
• If subwoofer is turned OFF, subwoofer re-mix setting is not
visible.
@ Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi keys to select the
appropriate subwoofer re-mix setting.
1 RMX ON : Subwoofer re-mix set mode to the receiver is ON.
2 RMX OFF : Subwoofer re-mix set mode to the receiver is OFF.
# Press the SETUP key to accept the setting.
• The receiver enters the speaker volume level adjustment mode.
• In step 5 and 6, indications appear only for the selected channels
of the speakers that require adjusting.
5 Adjust the speaker volume level.
From your usual listening position, adjust the volume levels. The
volume levels from each speaker should be the same.
1 Press the SETUP key to begin TEST TONE.
The selection of AUTO/MANUAL TEST TONE is done by the
MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi keys.
1 AUTO
2 MANUAL
• The allowable setting range is 1 to 30 feet (0.3m to 9.0m),
adjustable in 1 foot (0.3m) increments.
4 Press the SETUP key to accept the settings.
5 Repeat steps 3 and 4 to input the distance for each of the
speakers.
6 Setup is complete when the EXIT indication appears.
• The speakers you have selected should appear on the display.
Confirm that all the speakers have been correctly selected.
7 Press the SETUP key to exit the SETUP mode.
Input level adjustment (analog sources only)
If the input level of an analog source signal is too high, the CLIP indicator
will blink to indicate the source signal. Adjust the input level.
2 Press the SETUP key again to select either AUTO or MANUAL.
Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi keys to adjust
the volume level of the test tone output from the speaker
channel to be adjusted.
For AUTO selection, the test tone is heard from the speakers
in the following sequence for 2 seconds each:
The channel indication blinks while the test tone is being output.
• If you change the volume level settings for the speakers while
listening to music, the settings referred to on this page are also
changed.
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• If any of the speaker is set as OFF during SP SETUP, the TEST
TONE adjustment for the speaker will be skipped.
1 Use the INPUT SELECTOR knob to select the source of which
the input level you want to adjust.
• You can store a separate input level for each input source.
2 Press the SOUND key repeatedly until the “INPUT” indication
appears.
3 Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi keys to adjust
the input level.
• The input level may be adjusted to any one of three settings: 0dB,
-3dB, and -6dB. (The initial setting is 0dB.)
4 Press the SOUND key again to return to the input indication.
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Normal playback
Preparing for playback
Listening to a source component
Some preparatory steps are needed before starting playback.
VOLUME CONTROL
SPEAKERS
ON/OFF
POWER
ON/STANDBY
INPUT SELECTOR
Input
Selector
INPUT SELECTOR
AUTO
Turning on the receiver
1 Turn on the power to the related components.
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+
+
4
VOL
+
2 Turn on the power to this receiver by pressing POWER ON/
STANDBY key.
Selecting the input mode
1 Use the INPUT SELECTOR knob or keys to select the source
If you have selected a component connected to the CD/DVD, VIDEO 2
or DVD/6CH jacks, make sure that the input mode setting is correct for
the type of audio signal to be used.
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Selecting MD/TAPE
Select the source name corresponding to the component connected to
the MD/TAPE jacks. The initial factory setting is “TAPE”. To change the
source to “MD”, follow the steps below:
you want to listen to.
The input sources change as shown below:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
“AUX”
“TUNER”
“CD/DVD”
“TAPE” or “MD”
“VIDEO1”
“VIDEO2”
“DVD/6CH”
1 Use the INPUT SELECTOR knob to select “TAPE”.
2 Hold down the AUTO key for more than 2 seconds.
• The source indication changes to “MD”.
• To return to the original indication, repeat procedure 2.
2 Start playback from the selected source.
3 Use the VOLUME CONTROL knob or VOL +/– keys to adjust the
volume.
Setting the speaker status
The speaker indicator lights up.
Press the SPEAKERS ON/OFF key to switch the speakers on or off.
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Normal playback
Adjusting the sound
Adjusting the LOUDNESS mode (remote control only)
SPEAKERS ON/OFF
ACTIVE EQ
VOLUME CONTROL
You can adjust the Loudness function which controls the low volume
settings to maintain the music’s richness. The adjustment can be made
when the receiver is in the PCM stereo and analog stereo mode.
Press the Loudness key to turn the LOUDNESS setting ON.
To cancel
Press the Loudness key again so that the “LOUDNESS” indicator
goes off.
PHONES
MULTI CONTROL MUTE
Muting the sound
The MUTE key lets you mute the sound of the speakers.
Press the MUTE key.
Multi % / fi
Tone
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+
Mute
VOL
Bass Boost
Loudness
+
4
+
Active EQ
To cancel
Press the MUTE key again so that the “MUTE” indicator goes off.
• MUTE ON can also be deactivated by turning the volume control
knob.
Adjusting the TONE (remote control only)
ACTIVE EQ mode
You can adjust the sound quality when the receiver is in the PCM stereo
and analog stereo mode.
You can enjoy a more impressive sound effect when ACTIVE EQ is
turned ON during Dolby Digital and DTS playback and, when in PCM and
analog stereo mode
1 For the remote control, press and hold the TUNER key for more
than 3 seconds to switch to receiver mode.
2 Press the Tone key to select the TONE mode.
3 Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi key to select TONE
ON/OFF.
4 When in TONE ON selection, press the Tone key for the following
displays.
BASS
TREB
: Select this to adjust the low frequency range.
: Select this to adjust the high frequency range.
5 Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi keys to adjust the
sound quality.
Press the ACTIVE EQ key for the following selections;
1 ACTIVE EQ MUSIC
: Effective when listening to music.
(The ACTIVE EQ LED indicator lights up.)
2 ACTIVE EQ CINEMA : Effective when watching a movie.
(The ACTIVE EQ LED indicator lights up.)
3 ACTIVE EQ TV
: Effective when watching TV.
(The ACTIVE EQ LED indicator lights up.)
4 ACTIVE EQ OFF
: The ACTIVE EQ function is turned OFF.
(The ACTIVE EQ LED indicator goes off.)
• ACTIVE EQ function will not be available when REC MODE, AUTO
TUNING or PRESET MEMORY is ON and during 96kHz LPCM
playback.
Listening with headphones
1 Press the SPEAKERS ON/OFF key so that the speaker indicator
goes off.
• The bass and treble levels are adjustable from -10 to +10 in 2 step
increments.
Once-touch low frequency emphasis (Bass Boost)
(remote control only)
You can adjust the sound quality when the receiver is in the PCM stereo
and analog stereo modes.
Press the Bass Boost key.
• Press the key once to select the maximum (+10) low frequency
emphasis setting.
• TONE will automatically be turned ON.
• This key does not function when the receiver is in the sound quality
or ambience effects adjustment mode.
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Make sure the SP indicator is turned OFF.
• If you turn off all of the speakers when in surround mode, the
surround mode will be canceled as well, resulting in stereo playback.
2 Connect headphones to the PHONES jack.
PHONES
Switching back the previous setting
Press the Bass Boost key again.
3 Use the VOLUME CONTROL knob or VOL + / – keys to adjust the
volume.
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Recording
Recording audio (analog sources)
3 Press and hold the DIMMER key for more than 2 seconds to select
the A-REC or M-REC mode during digital input.
INPUT SELECTOR
1 Rec mode off : The digital input record mode is switched off.
2 A-REC mode : The digital input signals (DTS, Dolby Digital, or
PCM) are identified automatically and
converted into stereo signals that are ready for
recording.
3 M-REC mode : The input signal type at the moment this
mode is selected is held throughout this
mode.
For A-REC mode:
Recording a music source
1 Use the INPUT SELECTOR knob to select the source (other than
“MD/TAPE”) you want to record.
2 Set the MD or TAPE recorder to record.
3 Start playback, then start recording.
For M-REC mode:
Recording video
1 Use the INPUT SELECTOR knob to select the video source (other
than “VIDEO 1”) you want to record.
2 Set the video deck connected to VIDEO 1 to record.
• Select the REC MODE to record a digital input source.
3 Start playback, then start recording.
• Recording may not be normal for some video software. This is due to
the copy guard condition.
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4 Start playback, then start recording.
Recording audio (digital sources)
• If the audio reproduction stops in the middle due to change in the
input signals, etc., press the DIMMER key.
Switch on the REC mode to record a digital input source.
Usually use the A-REC (Auto-Record) mode to record audio input
sources. When the digital mode changes during recording in the A-REC
mode, the audio input source may be interrupted momentarily.
Recording music in A-REC or M-REC mode
DIMMER
INPUT SELECTOR
1 Use the INPUT SELECTOR knob to select the source (CD/DVD,
DVD/6CH or VIDEO 2) you want to record.
2 Set the MD or TAPE recorder to record.
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Listening to radio broadcasts
The receiver can store up to 40 stations in the memory and recall them
by one-touch operation.
Presetting radio stations manually
Tuning radio stations
MEMORY
MULTI CONTROL
MULTI CONTROL
BAND
AUTO
INPUT SELECTOR
TUNER
Multi % / fi
1 Tune to the station you want to store.
2 Press the MEMORY key while receiving the station.
Blinks for 5 seconds
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+
+
Band
4
Tune 1 / + ¡
Lights for 5 seconds
+
Auto
Proceed to step 3 within 5 seconds.
(If more than 5 seconds elapse, press the MEMORY key again).
1 Use the INPUT SELECTOR knob or TUNER key to select the
tuner.
2 Use the BAND key to select the desired broadcast band.
“AM” or “FM” indicator
appears in the display
Each press switches the band
as follows:
1 FM
2 AM
3 Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi keys to select
one of the station presets (1 – 40).
4 Press the MEMORY key again to confirm the setting.
• Repeat steps 1, 2, 3, and 4 to store as many stations as
necessary.
• If you store a station at a previously used preset, the previous station
will be replaced by the new one.
3 Use the AUTO key to select the desired tuning method.
Each press switches the tuning method as follows:
1 AUTO lit (auto tuning)
2 AUTO not lit (manual tuning)
“AUTO” indicator lights
up in the display.
• Normally, set to “AUTO” (auto tuning). If the radio waves are weak
and there is a lot of interference, switch to manual tuning. (With
manual tuning, stereo broadcasts will be received in monaural.)
4 Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi, or Tune – 1 / +
¡ keys to select the station.
Frequency
display
“ST.” lights when
a broadcast is being
received in stereo.
“TUNED” is displayed
when a station is received.
Auto tuning
: The next station is tuned automatically.
Manual tuning : Turn the knob (press the key) to select the
desired station.
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Listening to radio broadcasts
Receiving preset stations
Receiving preset stations in order (P.Call)
TUNER
TUNER
Numeric keys
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+
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P.Call
@/#
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+
+
4
+
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1 Press the TUNER key to select tuner as the source.
1 Press the TUNER key to select tuner as the source.
2 Enter the number of the preset station you want to receive
2 Use the P.Call @¥# key to select the desired station.
(up to “40”).
Press the numeric keys in the following order:
For “15”, press ................................ 0,5
For “20”, press ................................ 0,0,)
• If you make a mistake entering a two digit number, press the +10
key repeatedly to return to the original display and start again.
• Each time you press the key, another preset station is received in
order.
Pressing the P.Call # key does the following:
Pressing the P.Call @ key does the following:
Holding down the P.Call # or @ key, lets you skip through the
presets, receiving each preset station at 0.5 second intervals.
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Ambience effects
This receiver is equipped with listening modes that allow
you to enjoy an enhanced sonic ambience with a variety of
video sources.
In order to obtain the optimum effect from the surround
modes, make sure to input the proper speaker settings
beforehand.
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Surround modes
The below speaker placements are for 5.1 channel surround sound
system which are:
• Dolby Digital
• Dolby Pro Logic II
• DTS
• DSP
• DVD 6-channel
Dolby Digital
The Dolby Digital surround format lets you enjoy up to 5.1 channels
of digital surround sound from Dolby Digital program sources (such
). Compared with
as Laserdisc or DVD software marked
previous Dolby surround, Dolby Digital provides even better sound
quality, greater spatial accuracy, and improved dynamic range.
Although a full set of speakers (front left, right, and center, surround
left and right, and a subwoofer) is required for true 5.1 channel Dolby
Digital surround sound, this receiver lets you enjoy Dolby Digital (and
Dolby Surround) program sources, even if you connect only the front
speakers.
Although only Dolby Digital soundtracks incorporate a separate low
frequency channel, connecting a subwoofer will also improve deep
bass performance in the other surround modes.
The indication “LFE” appears in the display when a signal is being
input for this channel.
Dolby PRO LOGIC II
Dolby Pro Logic II was designed specifically to provide a new sense
of spatiality, directionality and articulation of sounds from Dolby
Surround encoded sources (such as video and Laserdisc software
). This is achieved with an intelligent, built-in
marked
feedback logic design, a matrix surround decoding and the decoding
of stereo, full bandwidth surround outputs. The PRO LOGIC II modes
programmed into this receiver are “MOVIE”, “MUSIC” and “PRO
LOGIC”. The “MOVIE” mode of the PRO LOGIC II has preset
characteristics to produce a calibrated, high-level surround sound
playback while the “MUSIC” mode has user-adjustable characteristics
to offer the three optional controls, like “Dimension”, “Center
Width” and “Panorama” modes to allow optimization of the
soundfields as desired. The “Dimension” control allows the user to
gradually adjust the soundfield either towards the front or towards
the rear; the “Center Width” control allows various adjustment of the
left-center-right speakers’ balance; the “Panorama” extends the
front stereo image to include the surround speakers for an exciting
“wraparound” effect with side wall imaging.
L
Front left speaker
SW
Subwoofer
C
R
Center speaker
Front right speaker
Note
LFE = Low Frequency Effects. This channel delivers separate nondirectional bass signals to the subwoofer for more dynamic deep
bass sound effects.
SL
Surround left speaker
SR
Surround right speaker
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “DOLBY”, the
double-D symbol and “PRO LOGIC” are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are registered
trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
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Ambience effects
DTS mode
DVD 6-channel mode
The DTS multi-channel audio format is available on CD, LD and DVD
software. DTS is a strictly digital format and cannot be decoded inside
most CD, LD or DVD players. For this reason, if you attempt to listen
to DTS encoded software through the analog output of your new CD,
LD or DVD player, you will experience digital noise in most cases. This
noise can be quite loud if the analog output is connected directly to a
high power amplification system. Proper measures for playing the
digital output as described below should be taken to avoid this
situation. To enjoy DTS Digital Surround playback, an external 5.1
channel DTS Digital Surround decoder system or an amplifier with a
built-in DTS Digital Surround decoder must be connected to the digital
output (S/P DIF, AES/EBU or TosLink) of a CD, LD or DVD player.
All models are incorporated with the DTS decoder.
Using a DVD player or the like equipped with six (5.1) output channels
and the receiver, you can enjoy multi-channel encoded DVD source
material in all its splendor. Since the source signals are digital and
each channel is input independently, the resulting sound quality,
sense of spaciousness, and dynamic range are superb.
The indication “LFE” appears in the display during DVD 6-channel
mode selection.
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DTS has a .1 or LFE channel.
The indication “LFE” appears in the display when a signal is being
input for this channel.
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DSP mode
The DSP mode lets you add the atmosphere of a live concert or hall to
almost any type of program source. These modes are particularly effective
when used with stereo program sources, like CD, television, and FM radio.
You might enjoy trying the ARENA, JAZZ CLUB, THEATER, STADIUM or
DISCO mode the next time you watch a concert or sporting event!
What's DSP?
DSP stands for Digital Signal Processor.
The way a sound is heard in an actual environment depends on a
variety of different factors. One of the most important is reverberation
(the act of decaying elements of sound echoing in various places).
The DSP modes produce the feeling of presence by using the DSP to
create reverberation, without spoiling the sound quality of the original
signal.
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Ambience effects
Surround play
The DTS compatible models can reproduce a CD, DVD, or LD carrying the
DTS mark.
DOLBY DIGITAL can be used when playing DVD or LD software bearing
mark and DOLBY DIGITAL format digital broadcasts (etc.).
the
DOLBY PRO LOGIC can be used when playing video, DVD, or LD
mark.
software bearing the
LISTEN MODE
When the DOLBY DIGITAL signal is input:
(The DOLBY DIGITAL, PRO LOGIC, or STEREO indicator lights up.)
1 DOLBY DIGITAL : DOLBY DIGITAL surround.
(The DOLBY DIGITAL LED indicator lights
up.)
2 PL II MOVIE
: PRO LOGIC II surround MOVIE mode.
(The PRO LOGIC indicator lights up.)
3 PL II MUSIC
: PRO LOGIC II surround MUSIC mode.
(The PRO LOGIC indicator lights up.)
4 PRO LOGIC
: PRO LOGIC II surround PRO LOGIC mode.
(The PRO LOGIC indicator lights up.)
5 STEREO
: Normal stereo playback.
(The STEREO indicator lights up)
When you select DOLBY DIGITAL
“DOLBY DIGITAL” will scroll from right to left.
INPUT MODE
INPUT SELECTOR
Input
Selector
When the DTS signal is input:
(The DTS LED indicator lights up.)
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+
1 DTS
: DTS surround
2 STEREO : Normal stereo playback
+
4
Input Mode
+
When the analog signal or the digital signal (except for
DOLBY DIGITAL or DTS signal) is input:
Listen Mode
Preparations
• Turn ON related components.
• Complete “Preparing for surround sound” (speaker settings). ^
• Use the INPUT SELECTOR to select the component you wish to play
back with surround sound.
• Use the INPUT MODE key to select the input mode (analog or digital)
for the source you wish to play back.
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• Noise will be produced when a DTS source is played by selecting the
analog input.
1 Start playing the video software.
2 Press the LISTEN MODE key to select the listening mode.
The listening mode settings are stored separately for each input. If the
input mode is set to full auto (“AUTO DETECT” lights), the receiver
selects the optimal listening mode automatically based on the type of
input signal and the speaker settings.
Each press of the LISTEN MODE key switches the setting as
listed.
The listening mode settings are different depending on the type
of input signal.
1 PL II MOVIE : PRO LOGIC II surround MOVIE mode.
(The PRO LOGIC indicator lights up.)
2 PL II MUSIC : PRO LOGIC II surround MUSIC mode.
(The PRO LOGIC indicator lights up.)
3 PRO LOGIC : PRO LOGIC II surround PRO LOGIC mode.
(The PRO LOGIC indicator lights up.)
4 ARENA
: DSP Surround ARENA mode.
5 JAZZ CLUB : DSP Surround JAZZ CLUB mode.
6 THEATER
: DSP Surround THEATER mode.
7 STADIUM : DSP Surround STADIUM mode.
8 DISCO
: DSP Surround DISCO mode.
9 STEREO
: Normal stereo playback.
(The STEREO indicator lights up.)
• Dolby Digital or DTS signal having more channels than the maximum
number of playback channels available using the receiver’s current
settings is input, downmixing is performed to match the number of
available channels.
3 Adjust the volume.
Notes
• Depending on the type of the signal or speaker setting, some
listening modes cannot be selected.
• When playback is started, the sound may be cut or interrupted
before the input source is confirmed as Dolby Digital.
• To enjoy Dolby Digital surround (as well as all the other listening
modes) from a single component, be sure to use a Dolby Digital
compatible source component.
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Ambience effects
DVD 6-channel playback
Convenient functions
Using a DVD player or the like equipped with six (5.1) output channels and
the receiver, you can enjoy surround sound playback.
Connecting a DVD player which can decode the surround signal itself is
also acceptable.
DIMMER
SOUND
MULTI CONTROL
INPUT MODE
INPUT SELECTOR
Multi % / fi
DVD/6CH
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+
+
4
+
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Sound
Dimmer
Listen Mode
+
4
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Input Mode
Adjusting the sound
You can make further adjustments to the sound while listening to
playback in the surround mode.
Preparations
• Connect your DVD player to the DVD/6CH jacks of the receiver.
• Turn on all other components that will be used.
• Complete “Preparing for surround sound”.
^
1 Select “DVD/6CH” as the input source.
2 Select "6CH INPT" by pressing the INPUT MODE key.
3 Start playback of the DVD software.
4 Adjust the volume.
• It is not possible to adjust the volume level or sound quality (SETUP,
SOUND, LISTEN MODE, ACTIVE EQ and TONE keys will not be
functional) of the channels separately when the receiver is in the
6CH INPUT mode. Adjust the volume with the controls of the DVD
player.
For the powered subwoofer, you can adjust the volume of the
subwoofer using the subwoofer’s own volume control.
1 For the remote control, press and hold the TUNER key for more
than 3 seconds to switch to receiver mode.
2 Press the SOUND key until the desired item appears in the
display.
Each time you press the button, the menu changes as follows:
Note that some items are not displayed in certain modes.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
C (center speaker level adjustment)*
SR (right surround speaker level adjustment)*
SL (left surround speaker level adjustment)*
SW (subwoofer level adjustment)*
INPUT (input level adjustment - analog mode only)
&
NIGHT (midnight mode ON/OFF - Dolby Digital mode only)
PANORAMA (Panorama mode ON/OFF)**
DIMENSION (Dimension adjustment)**
CENTER WIDTH (Center Width adjustment)**
* The adjustment is only temporary for the current input selection.
The value will return automatically to the original setup value
when the power is turned on/off or when the input selection is
changed.
** Pro Logic II Music mode only.
3 Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi keys to adjust the
setting as desired.
Midnight mode (Dolby Digital mode only)
When watching movies at night, you might not be able to raise the
volume as loud as normal. Midnight mode compresses the dynamic
range of previously specified heavy sound passage of the Dolby Digital
sound track (like scenes with sudden increases in volume) to minimize
the difference in volume between the scenes with heavy sound passage
and scenes with normal sound passage. This makes it easy to hear all of
the sound track, even when listening at low volumes.
1 Press the SOUND key repeatedly until “NIGHT” appears on the
display.
• This can be selected only if CD/DVD, DVD/6CH or VIDEO 2 is
selected as the source and the listen mode is set to “DOLBY
DIGITAL.”
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Ambience effects
2 Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi keys to select the
ON or OFF setting.
Center Width mode (Pro Logic II Music mode only)
Center Width adjustment allows you to enjoy an enchanced sound when
listening to music through center image from only center speaker, or left
and right speakers or various combinations adjustments.
• Some Dolby Digital software may not be compatible with the
Midnight mode.
Panorama mode (Pro Logic II Music mode only)
When listening to music, you will be able to enjoy the “wraparound”
sound effect when you adjust the panorama mode.
1 Press the SOUND key repeatedly until “PANORAMA” appears on
the display.
1 Press the SOUND key repeatedly until “CENTER WIDTH” appears
on the display.
• The CENTER WIDTH indication scrolls across the display.
• When the center speaker is switched OFF, this mode will not be
effective.
2 Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi to adjust the leftcenter-right output.
Center image will be heard from center speaker only.
• The PANORAMA setting indication scrolls across the display.
“PANORAMA” will be scrolled from right to left.
Center image will be heard from left and right speakers only.
2 Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi keys to select
PANORAMA ON or OFF.
1 ON : PANORAMA mode is ON.
2 OFF : PANORAMA mode is OFF.
• When in other positions, center image from center speaker, left
and right speakers can be heard simultaneously with various
combinations.
Display dimmer adjustment
The dimmer function lets you select the brightness of the receiver's
display. You might find this useful if you darken your room to watch
movies or listen to music.
Dimension mode (Pro Logic II Music mode only)
When listening to music with certain recordings, you will also be able to
achieve a suitable balance from all the speakers by adjusting the
dimension mode.
Each time you press the DIMMER key, the display brightness
changes among the three available settings. Select the brightness
level you find most pleasing.
1 Press the SOUND key repeatedly until “DIMENSION” appears on
the display.
• The DIMENSION indication scrolls across the display.
2 Use the MULTI CONTROL knob or Multi % / fi keys to adjust the
soundfield towards the rear or the front.
Soundfield is adjusted towards the front.
96kHz LPCM playback
The receiver is compatible with the 96kHz LPCM playback. To play a
96kHz DVD, set the listen mode to “STEREO”.
Soundfield is in neutral position.
Soundfield is adjusted towards the rear.
• In F-AUTO input mode, the listen mode will automatically be STEREO.
• When in D-MANUAL input mode (listen mode is not STEREO), “FS
96kHz” will appear in the display and no sound can be heard from the
speakers.
Press the LISTEN MODE key (the listen mode changes to the STEREO
mode) to output sound from the speakers.
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Basic remote control operations for other components
The remote control supplied with this receiver is also capable
of controlling components from a variety of manufacturers
once you register the appropriate setup codes into the
remote control unit.
• Point the remote control at the component and press SRC (source)
Power key once. It should turn on or off. If it does not respond repeat
steps 2 to 4.
• If the component still does not work, try searching for the code.
5 Repeat steps 2 to 4 to register additional components until
Low battery warning
Replace all two batteries with new ones when you notice a shortening
of the distance from which the remote control will operate. The
remote control is designed to retain setup codes in memory while you
change batteries.
Registering setup codes for other components
If your component does not respond after trying all the codes listed for
your component, or if your component is not listed at all, try searching for
your code.
For example, to search for a code for your TV.
Numeric keys
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+
Note
Although each setup code is designed to work with a number of
different models, certain codes may not work with some models.
(Also, certain codes may only operate some of the functions available
on a given model.)
Searching for your code
LED
Source
keys
SRC Power
all components have been registered.
1 Press the TV key once. Next, press and hold the Remote Setup
+
key until the LED blinks twice, then release the Remote Setup
key.
4
+
Remote
Setup
2 Press the numeric key to enter “9 - 9 - 1”.
• The LED will blink twice.
1 Find the setup code of the component to be registered.
• Refer to the setup code lists to find the setup code for the
component to be registered.
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Example: To register a DVD made by KENWOOD, you would enter
“0534”.
Input
Component
Maker
Code
Key
(DVD)
DVD player
KENWOOD
0534
DVD/6CH
Source key
TUNER
Other components
3 Point the remote control at the TV and slowly alternate
between pressing the SRC (source) Power and TV keys.
• Stop when the TV turns on or off.
• In the search mode, the remote control will send IR codes from its
library to the selected device, starting with the most popular code
first.
4 Press the Remote Setup key once to lock in the code.
5 To search for the codes of your other components, repeat
steps 1 through 4, but substitute the appropriate key (i.e.,
AUX, VID2, VID1, DVD/6CH, CD/DVD, MD/TAPE) for the
component you are searching for.
Receiver (Kenwood)
DVD/6CH
DVD (other manufacturers’)
CD/DVD
CD and MD (Kenwood)
MD/TAPE
Cassette deck (Kenwood)
VID1/ AUX
VCR and PVR (other manufacturers’)
VID2
Cable and DTV decorder (other manufacturers’)
TV
TV/VCR combo, TV/DVD combo, TV (other
manufacturers’)
2 Press the Source (AUX, VID2, VID1, DVD/6CH, CD/DVD, MD/
TAPE) keys.
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• While in Tuner mode, setup code function will not be available.
3 Press and hold the Remote Setup key until the LED blinks
twice, then release the Remote Setup key.
4 Press the numeric key to enter the four-digit code for the
component to be registered.
• If performed correctly, the LED will blink twice.
Checking the codes
If you have set up the remote control using the procedures described
in “Searching for your codes”, you may need to find out which four-digit
code is operating your equipment:
For example, to find out which code is operating your TV:
1 Press the TV key once. Next, press and hold the Remote Setup
key until the LED blinks twice, then release the Remote Setup
key.
2 Press the numeric key to enter “9 - 9 - 0”.
• The LED will blink twice.
3 To view the code for the first digit, press “1”once. Wait for
3 seconds, count the number of times the LED blinks (e.g.,
blinks = 3) and write down that number.
• If a code digit is “0”, the LED will not blink.
4 Repeat step 3 three more times for the remaining digit. Use
“2” for the second digit, “3” for the third digit, and “4” for the
fourth digit.
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Basic remote control operations for other components
5 To check the codes of your other components, repeat steps 1
through 4, but substitute the appropriate key (i.e., AUX, VID2,
VID1, DVD/6CH, CD/DVD, MD/TAPE) for the component you
are checking.
Operating other components
This operation lets you operate the registered components.
KENWOOD audio components with system control turn on and off
automatically with the receiver via the system control connections.
• As suggested earlier on, write down each of the four-digit code.
Re-assigning device keys
The remote control can be set up to control a second TV or VCR, or any
combination of eight home entertainment components.
For example, to control the operation of two different VCR using the
remote control, the user need to re-assign the unused VID2 key to
operate the second VCR (VID1) as follows:
Source
keys
SRC Power
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+
+
4
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1 Press and hold the Remote Setup key until the LED blinks
twice, then release the Remote Setup key.
2 Press the numeric key to enter “9 - 9 - 2”.
1 Use the Source keys to select the component you desire.
• The LED will blink twice.
3 Press the VID1 key once, then press the VID2 key once.
•The user now can operate VID2 as a second VCR along with VID1.
• Refer to the table in the previous page for the combination of
source keys and the other components assignment.
•
4 To re-assign other device keys, repeat steps 1 through 3 by
substituting the key sequence from the chart below for the
most popular components:
To re-assign key
Sequence
TV as 2nd VID1 key
TV as 2nd VID2 key
TV as 2nd CD/DVD key
TV back to TV key
VID1 as 2nd TV key
VID1 as 2nd VID2 key
VID1 as 2nd CD/DVD key
VID1 back to VID1 key
Perform
Remote Setup -9 -9 -2 -VID1 - TV
Remote Setup -9 -9 -2 -VID2 - TV
Remote Setup -9 -9 -2 -CD/DVD - TV
Remote Setup -9 -9 -2 -TV - TV
Remote Setup -9 -9 -2 -TV - VID1
Remote Setup -9 -9 -2 -VID2 - VID1
Remote Setup -9 -9 -2 -CD/DVD - VID1
Remote Setup -9 -9 -2 -VID1 - VID1
5 To clear the re-assignment and reset the remote control to its
original operation mode:
1 Press and hold the Remote Setup key until the LED blinks twice,
then release the Remote Setup key.
• Pressing the Source keys also changes the input selector on the
receiver.
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• When you operate your registered DVD player, CD player, Cassette
deck, Cable, DTV decoders, VCR or TV, go to step 2.
• When you operate the CD player, Cassette deck, MD player, or
Tuner with system control connection, go to step 3.
2 Press the SRC (source) Power key.
• To return to the receiver operation mode, press the TUNER key for
more than 3 seconds.
3 Press the operation keys you desire.
›
The remote control mode remains at the selected input. If you
wish to operate another component, repeat step 2 or 3.
Note
• Be sure to point the remote control at the remote sensor on the
receiver when you want to operate KENWOOD components connected
by system control cords. Otherwise, point the remote control at the
component you want to operate.
• To initialize the remote control, press the Remote Setup key until the
LED blinks twice. Then press the numeric key to enter “9-8-1”. The
LED blinks twice.
2 Press the numeric key to enter “9 - 9 - 2”.
3 Press the VID2 key twice.
• When a re-assignment is done, the LED will blink twice to confirm
your choice. At that time, you will need to program the remote
control in order to control the new component.
• If an invalid key sequence is entered, the LED blink once and return
to normal operation.
• When in Tuner mode, re-assignment is not available.
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Basic remote control operations for other components
Setup code chart
TV Setup codes
Manufacturer
Setup Codes
Manufacturer
Setup Codes
AOC
0019, 0030
GE
Admiral
0093, 0463
0021, 0047, 0051, 0178, 0251, 0451,
0747, 0804, 0807, 0809, 0811, 1147,
1347
Gibralter
0017, 0019, 0030
Adventura
0800
Aiko
0092
Aiwa
0701, 0800, 0802
Akai
0030
Alaron
0179
America Action
0180
Ampro
0751
Anam
0180
Apex Digital
0748, 0765, 0767
Asha
0804
Audiovox
0092, 0180, 0451, 0623, 0802
Baysonic
0180
Belcor
0019
Bell & Howell
0016, 0154
Beaumark
0804
Bradford
0180
Brockwood
0019
Broksonic
0236, 0463, 0817, 0901
CXC
0180
Calix
0802
Candle
0030, 0056
Carnivale
0030
Carver
0054
Celebrity
Changhong
Cineral
0092, 0451
Citizen
0030, 0056, 0060, 0092, 0802, 0816
GoldStar
0019, 0030, 0178, 0802, 0814
Gradiente
0053, 0056, 0800
Grunpy
0179, 0180
Hallmark
0178
Harley Davidson
0179, 0800
Harman/Kardon
0054
Harvard
0180
Havermy
0093
Hitachi
0016, 0056, 0145, 0800
Infinity
0054
Inteq
0017
JBL
0054
JCB
0000
JVC
0053
KEC
0180, 0802
KTV
0030, 0180
Kenwood
0019, 0030
Kodak
0802
Konka
0632, 0628, 0638, 0703, 0707
LG
0056
LXI
0047, 0054, 0154, 0156, 0178, 0747,
0802
0000
Logik
0016
0765
Luxman
0056
Lloyd’s
0800
MGA
0019, 0030, 0150, 0178, 0804
MTC
0019, 0030, 0056, 0060, 0800, 0804
Magnavox
0030, 0054, 0179, 0800, 0818, 1254,
1454
0816
Concerto
0056
Contec
0180
Craig
0180, 0802, 0804
Crosley
0054
Magnasonic
Crown
0180
Magnin
0804
Curtis Mathes
0016, 0030, 0047, 0054, 0056, 0060,
0093, 0145, 0154, 0166, 0451, 0466,
0747, 0809, 1147, 1347
Majestic
0016
Marantz
0030, 0054
Marta
0802
Cybernex
0804
Daewoo
0019, 0092, 0451, 0623, 0816
Daytron
0019
Denon
0145
Dumont
0017, 0019
Matsushita
0250
Megatron
0145, 0178
Memorex
0016, 0150, 0154, 0178, 0179, 0250,
0463, 0800, 0802, 0804, 0810, 0812,
0814, 0815
Dynatech
0800
MGN Technology
0804
Dwin
0720, 0774
Midland
0017, 0047, 0051, 0747
Electroband
0000
Minutz
0021
Electrohome
0802
Mitsubishi
0019, 0093, 0150, 0178, 0807
Electrophonic
0802
Motorola
0093
Emerson
0019, 0154, 0178, 0179, 0180, 0236,
0463, 0623, 0800, 0802, 0816, 0817
Multitech
0180, 0800
NAD
0156, 0166, 0178
Envision
0030
NEC
0019, 0030, 0056, 0497
Fisher
0154
NTC
0092
Fujitsu
0179, 0683
Nikko
0030, 0092, 0178, 0802
Funai
0171, 0179, 0180, 0800
Noblex
0804
Futuretech
0180
Garrard
0800
Onwa
0180
Optimus
0154, 0166, 0250, 0802, 0812, 0815
Optonica
0093
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Basic remote control operations for other components
Setup code chart
Manufacturer
Setup Codes
Manufacturer
Orion
0179, 0236, 0463, 0817
Techwood
0051, 0056
Panasonic
0051, 0250, 0809, 0812, 0815, 0907,
0908
Teknika
0016, 0019, 0054, 0056, 0060, 0092,
0150, 0179, 0180, 0800, 0802
Penney
0019, 0021, 0030, 0047, 0051, 0060,
0156, 0178, 0747, 0802, 0804, 0809,
0814, 1347
Telefunken
0056
Philco
0019, 0030, 0054, 0145, 0463
Philips
0054, 0904, 1454
Pilot
0019, 0030, 0802
Pioneer
0166, 0679
Portland
0019, 0092
Princeton
0717
Prism
0051
Proscan
0047, 0747, 0811
Profitronic
0804
Proton
0178, 0466
Setup Codes
Thomas
0800
Toshiba
0060, 0154, 0156, 0901, 0906, 1256
Totevision
0802, 0804
Unitech
0804
Vector Research
0030
Victor
0053
Videomagic
0802
Vidikron
0054, 0242
Vidtech
0019, 0178
Videosonic
0804
Villian
0800
Wards
0016, 0019, 0021, 0030, 0054, 0056,
0178, 0179, 0800, 0804
Pulsar
0017, 0019
Quasar
0051, 0250, 0809, 0812
Waycon
0156
RCA
0019, 0047, 0090, 0679, 0747, 0804,
0807, 0809, 0811, 0905, 1047, 1147,
1247, 1347, 1447, 1547
White Westinghouse
0463, 0623, 0816
XR-1000
0800
RadioShack
0019, 0030, 0047, 0056, 0154, 0178,
0180, 0747, 0800, 0810
Yamaha
0019, 0030, 0769
Radix
0802
Zenith
0016, 0017, 0092, 0463, 0800, 0817
Randex
0802
Realistic
0019, 0030, 0056, 0154, 0178, 0180,
0800, 0802
Runco
0017, 0030, 0251, 0497, 0603
Cable Setup codes
Manufacturer
Setup Codes
SSS
0019, 0180
ABC
Sampo
0030
Americast
0003, 0008, 0014, 0017
0899
Samsung
0019, 0030, 0056, 0060, 0178, 0766,
0804
Bell & Howell
0014
Bell South
0899
Sansei
0451
Director
0476
Sansui
0463, 0800 0817, 0901
General Instrument
0003, 0276, 0476, 0810
Sanyo
0154, 0804
GoldStar
0144
Scimitsu
0019
Hamlin
0009, 0273
Scotch
0178
Jerrold
0003, 0012, 0014, 0276, 0476, 0810
Scott
0019, 0178, 0179, 0180, 0236
Memorex
0000
Sears
0047, 0054, 0056, 0154, 0156, 0171,
0178, 0179, 0747, 0800, 0802, 0814
Motorola
0276, 0476, 0810, 1106
Pace
0237
Semivox
0180
Panasonic
0000, 0107
Semp
0156
Paragon
0000
Sharp
0093, 0688, 0689, 0807, 0900
Philips
0305, 0317
Shogun
0019, 0804
Pioneer
0144, 0533, 0877, 1877
Signature
0016
Pulsar
0000
Sony
0000, 0800, 0813
Quasar
0000
Soundesign
0178, 0179, 0180
Regal
0273, 0279
Squareview
0171
Runco
0000
Starlite
0180
Samsung
0144
Supreme
0000
Scientific Atlanta
0008, 0017, 0477, 0877, 1877
Sylvania
0030, 0054, 0171, 0800, 0818, 0903
Sony
1006
Symphonic
0171, 0180, 0800
Starcom
0003
TMK
0056, 0178, 0804
Supercable
0276
TNCi
0017
Tocom
0012
Tandy
0093
Torx
0003
Teac
0800
Toshiba
0000
Technics
0051, 0250
Zenith
0000, 0525, 0899
Technol Ace
0179
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Basic remote control operations for other components
Setup code chart
DVD player Setup codes
VCR Setup codes
Manufacturer
Setup Codes
Manufacturer
Setup Codes
Aiwa
0641
Admiral
0048, 0209
Apex Digital
0672, 0717, 0755, 0794, 0795, 0796,
0797, 0830
American High
0035
Bell & Howell
0104
Blue Parade
0571
Broksonic
0121, 0184, 0209
DVD2000
0521
Canon
0035
Daewoo
0784
Carver
0081
Denon
0490, 0634
Craig
0047
Emerson
0591
Curtis Mathes
0035, 0060, 0162, 0760
Enterprise
0591
Daewoo
0045
Fisher
0670
Denon
0042
GE
0522, 0717, 0815
Emerex
0032
GPX
0769
Emerson
0043, 0121, 0184, 0209
Go Video
0715
Fisher
0047, 0104
Gradiente
0651
Fuji
0033, 0035
Greenhill
0717
GE
0035, 0060, 0760
Harman/Kardon
0582, 0702
HI-Q
0047
Hitachi
0573, 0664
Harman/Kardon
0081
Hiteker
0672
Hitachi
0042
JBL
0702
0558, 0623
Hughes Network
Systems
0042
JVC
KLH
0717
JVC
0067
Kenwood
0490, 0534, 0682
Kenwood
0067
Konka
0711
Kodak
0035
Koss
0651
MEI
0035
Magnavox
0503, 0675
MGA
0043
Marantz
0539
Magnavox
0035, 0039, 0081, 0563
Microsoft
0522
Marantz
0035, 0081
Mintek
0717
Matsushita
0035, 0162
Mitsubishi
0521
Memorex
0035, 0039, 0047, 0048, 0104, 0162,
0209
Nesa
0717
Onkyo
0503
Minolta
0042
Oritron
0651
Mitsubishi
0043, 0067
Panasonic
0490, 1490
Motorola
0035, 0048
Philips
0503, 0539, 0646
NEC
0067, 0104
Pioneer
0525, 0571
Olympus
0035
Polk Audio
0539
Optimus
0048, 0104, 0162,1048, 1062
Proscan
0522
Orion
0184, 0209
RCA
0522, 0571, 0717
Panasonic
0035, 0162, 0225, 0616, 1062
Rowa
0823
Penney
0035, 0042
Sampo
0698
Pentax
0042
Samsung
0573
Philco
0035, 0209
Sanyo
0670
Philips
0035, 0081, 0618, 1081, 1181
Shinsonic
0533
Pioneer
0067
Sony
0533
Polk Audio
0081
Sylvania
0675
Proscan
0060, 0760
Technics
0490
Pulsar
0039
Theta Digital
0571
Quasar
0035, 0162
Toshiba
0503
RCA
0042, 0060, 0760
Urban Concepts
0503
Realistic
0035, 0047, 0048, 0104
Yamaha
0490, 0539, 0545
ReplayTV
0614, 0616
Zenith
0503, 0591
Runco
0039
STS
0042
Samsung
0045
Sanky
0039, 0048
Sansui
0067, 0209
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Basic remote control operations for other components
Setup code chart
Manufacturer
Setup Codes
Setup codes for Kenwood components with System Control
connection
Sanyo
0047, 0104
Component
Setup Codes
Scott
0043, 0045, 0121, 0184
CD
1338
Sears
0035, 0042, 0047, 0104
MD
1339
Semp
0045
Cassette deck
1340
Sharp
0048
Sonic Blue
0614, 0616
Sony
0032, 0033, 0035, 0636, 1032
Sylvania
0035, 0043, 0081
Technics
0035, 0162
Teknika
0035
Tivo
0618, 0636
Toshiba
0043, 0045
Vector
0045
Video Concepts
0045
Wards
0035, 0042, 0047, 0048, 0060, 0081,
0760
White Westinghouse
0209
XR-1000
0035
Zenith
0033, 0039, 0209
Cassette deck Setup codes
Manufacturer
Setup Codes
Kenwood
0070, 0071, 0092, 0183, 0205, 0233,
0234, 0251, 0386
Receiver Setup codes
Manufacturer
Setup Codes
Kenwood
1570
CD and MD players Setup codes
Manufacturer
Setup Codes
Kenwood
0028, 0037, 0190, 0338, 0339, 0340,
0523, 0626, 0677, 0681, 0826, 0858,
0859, 1490
DTV decoders Setup codes
Manufacturer
Setup Codes
Panasonic
1120
Pioneer
1010
Princeton
0113, 0295
Samsung
1190
Sensory Science
1126
Sharp
1010
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Basic remote control operations for other components
CASSETTE deck, CD player & MD recorder operations
You can perform these basic operations using the keys described below when connected to KENWOOD cassette deck, CD player or MD recorder
equipped with system control operations.
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Cassette deck operations’ keys
CD player operations’ keys
DVD
6CH
T
3
Enter
0
9
8
1
+ 100
+ 10
Disc Skip
TV Mute
8
0
Return
Guide
Disc Skip
Exit
Tone
Sound
TV
VOL
1 (Rewind)
¡ (Fast forward)
¢ (Skip up)
4 (Skip down)
VOL
CH
Mute
¢
Tone
Tune +
Dimmer
Auto
Top Menu
Setup
Info / Flip
Input
Mode
Active
EQ
Sound
¶ (Record)
8 (Pause)
Tune +
Dimmer
Auto
Top Menu
Info / Flip
Input
Mode
Listen
Mode
2 (Reverse play)
6 (Play/Pause)
MD recorder operations’ keys
DVD
6CH
CD
DVD
MD
TAPE
VID2
TV
POWER
RCVR
T
4
3
o
VP w
er
C Po
r
we
SRC Power
(Source power)
SR
AUX
5
6
P. Call
P. Call
Multi
2
Enter
Numeric keys
(Select tracks)
7
Multi
1
8
0
+ 10
9
+ 100
TV Mute
+100
(Select tracks)
Page
Return
OSD
Last / A/B
Exit
Guide
Disc Skip
Menu
Disc Sel.
Mute
Input Sel.
¢ (Skip up)
4 (Skip down)
¢
Tone
VOL
CH
Sound
4
TV
VOL
8 (Pause)
Band
Tune +
Auto
Top Menu
Info / Flip
Input
Mode
6 (3 Play)
Bass
Boost
TV Input
Tune –
Dimmer
Listen
Mode
Setup
1 (Search)
¡ (Search)
¶ (Record)
Loudness
Active
EQ
Remote
Setup
7 (Stop)
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Boost
Band
Remote
Setup
7 (Stop)
TUNER
TV Input
Tune –
Loudness
VID1
VOL
CH
4
TV
VOL
Band
Listen
Mode
Menu
Disc Sel.
Input Sel.
Bass
Boost
TV Input
Tune –
6 (3 Play)
Guide
Disc Skip
Disc Sel.
(Disc selection)
Mute
4
+100
(Select tracks)
OSD
Last / A/B
Menu
Disc Sel.
Input Sel.
¢
+ 100
Page
OSD
Last / A/B
Exit
9
TV Mute
Page
Return
A/B
(Cassette
deck selection)
Numeric keys
(Select tracks)
7
Multi
Multi
1
+ 10
6
Multi
2
7
o
VP w
5
P. Call
P. Call
Enter
C Po
4
6
Multi
P. Call
SR
T
SR
3
2
SRC Power
(Source power)
er
o
VP w
5
TV
POWER
RCVR
r
we
4
AUX
er
C Po
r
we
SRC Power
(Source power)
MD
TAPE
VID2
TV
POWER
RCVR
CD
DVD
VID1
MD
TAPE
VID2
AUX
DVD
6CH
TUNER
CD
DVD
P. Call
TUNER
VID1
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Setup
Loudness
Active
EQ
1 (Search)
¡ (Search)
Remote
Setup
7 (Stop)
Basic remote control operations for other components
Other components’ operations
Refer to the following for the type of remote control operations available for each component.
1 Select the input source.
2 Press the keys corresponding to the operations you desire.
Refer to the following sections for details.
• When pressing keys in succession, press each key firmly and be sure
to wait at least 1 second before pressing the next key.
• Numeric keys function the same as the numeric keys on the original
remote.
These keys can be used to perform the basic operations of KENWOOD and other manufacturers’ components which the setup code for each
component had been entered beforehand.
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TV operation keys
VCR operation keys
DVD
6CH
6
Enter
Enter
7
% (Cursor up)
fi (Cursor down)
@ (Cursor left)
# (Cursor right)
Multi
1
C Po
3
Numeric keys
0
9
+ 100
6
2
Enter
Exit
Last
(Last channel)
Return
OSD
Last / A/B
Exit
TV Mute
8
0
+ 10
9
Menu
Input Sel.
Return
OSD
Last / A/B
Exit
Guide
Disc Skip
Input Sel.
(Input selection)
Menu
Disc Sel.
Guide
Menu
Mute
Last
(Last channel)
Input Sel.
¢
CH +/
(Channel +/–)
VOL
Sound
4
Page
Exit
Tone
CH
+ 100
TV Mute
Guide
Menu
Mute
¢
CH +/
(Channel +/–)
Guide
Disc Skip
Disc Sel.
7
% (Cursor up)
fi (Cursor down)
@ (Cursor left)
# (Cursor right)
Multi
1
TV Mute
Page
o
VP w
5
Multi
Enter
8
+ 10
T
4
P. Call
2
P. Call
P. Call
Multi
SRC Power
(Source power)
P. Call
T
SR
3
TV Power
er
Numeric keys
o
VP w
5
TV
POWER
RCVR
r
we
4
AUX
er
r
we
C Po
MD
TAPE
VID2
TV
POWER
RCVR
CD
DVD
VID1
MD
TAPE
VID2
AUX
DVD
6CH
TUNER
CD
DVD
SR
TUNER
VID1
Tone
VOL
CH
Sound
4
TV Input
TV
VOL
TV VOL
TV Input
Tune –
Band
Tune +
Dimmer
Auto
Top Menu
Info / Flip
2 (Display)
Bass
Boost
Input
Mode
Listen
Mode
Setup
Loudness
Active
EQ
Remote
Setup
8 (Pause)
6 (3 Play)
2 (Display)
TV
VOL
TV Input
Bass
Boost
Tune –
Band
Tune +
Dimmer
Auto
Top Menu
Info / Flip
Input
Mode
Listen
Mode
Setup
Loudness
Active
EQ
Remote
Setup
1 (Rewind)
¡ (Fast forward)
¶ (Record)
7 (Stop)
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Basic remote control operations for other components
DVD player operation keys
Cable operation keys
DVD
6CH
P. Call
Enter
7
C Po
T
4
3
Numeric keys
2
Enter
0
9
+ 100
Page
Return
Return
OSD
Last / A/B
Exit
Guide
Disc Skip
¢ (Skip up)
4 (Skip down)
8 (Pause)
Menu
Disc Sel.
+100
(Select tracks)
OSD (On screen display)
Menu
Disc Skip
Input Sel.
Page ∞/5
(Page down or up)
TV
VOL
Tune –
TV Input
Band
Auto
Info / Flip
Bass
Boost
Tune +
OSD
Last / A/B
Setup
Active
EQ
Remote
Setup
Top Menu
(Title)
7 (Stop)
Guide
Menu
Disc Sel.
Last
(Last channel)
Input Sel.
Tone
VOL
CH
Sound
4
TV Input
Bass
Boost
Tune –
Band
Tune +
Dimmer
Auto
Top Menu
Info / Flip
Info
(Information)
Guide
Menu
Mute
TV
VOL
1 (Search)
¡ (Search)
+ 100
TV Mute
Return
Disc Skip
Top Menu
Loudness
9
Page
¢
Input
Mode
Listen
Mode
0
Exit
Input Sel.
(Input selection)
CH +/
(Channel +/–)
VOL
Sound
4
8
+ 10
Exit
Tone
CH
Dimmer
6 (3 Play)
1
Mute
¢
% (Cursor up)
fi (Cursor down)
@ (Cursor left)
# (Cursor right)
Multi
TV Mute
Disc Sel.
(Disc selection)
7
Enter
8
+ 10
6
Multi
Multi
1
Page ∞/5
(Page down or up)
o
VP w
5
P. Call
P. Call
2
Enter
% (Cursor up)
fi (Cursor down)
@ (Cursor left)
# (Cursor right)
SR
SR
T
6
Multi
SRC Power
(Source power)
er
3
o
VP w
5
TV
POWER
RCVR
r
we
4
AUX
er
C Po
r
we
SRC Power
(Source power)
Numeric keys
(Select tracks)
MD
TAPE
VID2
TV
POWER
RCVR
CD
DVD
VID1
MD
TAPE
VID2
AUX
DVD
6CH
TUNER
CD
DVD
P. Call
TUNER
VID1
Input
Mode
Listen
Mode
Setup
Loudness
Active
EQ
Remote
Setup
Notes
1. Certain codes may only operate some of the function available on a given model.
2. The above show the typical functions available for each component. Some manufacturers use different key combinations to perform similar
functions. For that reason, we have programmed extra functions on some of the unused number keys to help you control your equipment.
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In case of difficulty
Resetting the Microcomputer
The microcomputer may malfunction (unit cannot be operated, or
shows an erroneous display) if the power cord is unplugged while
the power is ON, or due to some other external factor. If this
happens, execute the following procedure to reset the
microcomputer and return the unit to its normal operating condition.
Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet, then plug
it back in while holding down the POWER ON/STANDBY
key.
• Please note that resetting the microcomputer will clear the contents
of the memory and return the unit to the state it was in when it left
the factory.
Amplifier
Symptom
Remedy
Cause
No sound from the speakers.
• Connect them properly referring to “Connecting
the speakers”
#
• Adjust the volume to a proper level.
• Turn OFF the MUTE.
(
• Set the SPEAKERS switch to ON.
*
• The speaker cords are disconnected.
• VOLUME is set to the minimum position.
• MUTE is ON.
• The SPEAKERS switches are set to OFF.
The standby indicator blinks and sound is
not output.
• Speaker cords are short-circuited.
• Turn the power off, eliminate the shortcircuiting, then turn on the power again.
Sound is not output from one of the speakers.
• The speaker cord is disconnected.
• Connect it properly referring to “Connecting
the speakers”.
#
Sound is not output from the surround
speakers and / or the center speaker, or their
sound is very soft.
• The surround speaker cords and/or the center
speaker cord is disconnected.
• A surround mode has not been activated.
• The surround and/or center volume controls
are set to the minimum level.
• Connect it properly referring to “Connecting
the speakers”.
#
• Select a surround mode.
• Adjust the speaker levels using the test tone.
&
When playing a Dolby Digital source signal
using a DVD player, the sound is cut off soon
after it starts.
• There are many possible causes for this
problem, depending on the type of DVD player
used.
• Set the input mode to digital manual before
starting playback of the Dolby Digital source.
8
No sound is produced during playback from
a DVD player.
• The input mode is set to digital manual.
• Press the Input Mode key to select to full auto
mode.
8
A video source cannot be recorded normally.
• The software is copy-guarded.
• Copy-guarded video software cannot be
recorded.
Tuner
Symptom
Cause
Remedy
Radio stations cannot be received.
• No antenna is connected.
• The broadcast band is not set properly.
• The frequency of the desired station is not
tuned.
• Connect an antenna.
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• Set the broadcast band properly.
• Tune the frequency of the desired station.
¡
Interference.
• Noise due to ignition noise from an automobile.
• Noise due to interference from an electric
appliance.
• Noise due to a nearby TV set.
• Install the outdoor antenna away from the
road.
• Turn off the power to the appliance.
• Install the receiver farther away from the TV.
A station which was preset cannot be
received by pressing the corresponding
numeric key.
• The preset station belongs to a frequency that
cannot be received.
• The preset memory was cleared because the
power cord had been unplugged for a long
period of time.
• Preset a station with a receivable frequency.
• Preset the station again.
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In case of difficulty
Remote control unit
Symptom
Cause
Certain inputs cannot be selected using the
remote control.
• No setup codes registered at the respective
input(s).
• Register a setup code at
input(s).
Remote control operation is not possible.
• The remote control is set to a different
operation mode.
• Press the any of the Input Selector keys to
select the appropriate operation mode.
• Batteries are exhausted.
• The remote control unit is too far away from
the main system, controlling angle is too large,
or there is an obstacle between the receiver
and the remote.
• The audio cords and system control cords are
not connected properly.
• No tape or CD is placed in the source
component.
• An attempt is made to play a tape which is
being recorded in the cassette deck.
• The remote control has not been set to the
operation mode for the component you wish
to control.
• Replace with new batteries.
• Operate the remote control unit within the
controllable range.
Remedy
• Connect properly referring to “Setting up the
system”.
• Place the tape or CD in the source component
which you want to play.
• Wait for recording to complete.
• Press any of the source keys or SRC Power
key to activate the operation mode for the
component you want to control before
operation.
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Caution : Read this page carefully to ensure safe
operation.
Specifications
AUDIO section
VIDEO section
Rated power output during STEREO operation
VIDEO inputs / outputs
VIDEO (composite) ............................................... 1 Vp-p / 75Ω
S-VIDEO inputs / outputs
S-VIDEO (luminance signal) ................................ 1 Vp-p / 75Ω
S-VIDEO (chrominance signal) ..................... 0.286 Vp-p / 75Ω
100 watts per channel minimum RMS, both channels driven, at 8Ω
from 40 Hz to 20 kHz with no more than 0.7% total harmonic
distortion. (FTC)
Effective power output during SURROUND operation
FRONT (40 ~ 20 kHz, 0.7% T.H.D. at 8 Ω one channel driven)
............................................................................... 100 W + 100 W
CENTER (40 ~ 20 kHz, 0.7% T.H.D. at 8Ω one channel driven)
.............................................................................................. 100 W
SURROUND (40 ~ 20 kHz, 0.7% T.H.D. at 8Ω one channel driven)
100 W + 100 W
SUBWOOFER (80 Hz, 0.7% T.H.D. at 8Ω one channel driven)
.............................................................................................. 100 W
Total harmonic distortion .......................... 0.05% (1 kHz, 50 W, 8Ω)
Frequency response
CD/DVD ...................................... 20 Hz ~ 70 kHz, +0 dB, –3.0 dB
Signal to noise ratio (IHF’66)
CD/DVD, AUX, TAPE, VIDEO1, VIDEO2 ............................ 95 dB
Input sensitivity / impedance
CD/DVD ................................................................ 550 mV / 47 kΩ
DVD/6CH INPUT .................................................. 550 mV / 47 kΩ
Output level / impedance
TAPE REC ............................................................... 550 mV / 1 kΩ
Tone control
BASS ................................................................ ±10 dB (at 100 Hz)
TREBLE ............................................................ ±10 dB (at 10 kHz)
Loudness control
VOLUME at -30dB level ................................... +8 dB (at 100 Hz)
FM tuner section
Tuning frequency range ................................. 87.5 MHz ~ 108.0 MHz
Usable sensitivity (MONO)
................. 1.3 µV (75Ω)/ 13.2 dBf (75 kHz DEV., SINAD 30 dB)
50dB quieting sensitivity
STEREO ..................................................... 28 µV (75Ω)/ 40.2 dBf
Total harmonic distortion (1 kHz)
MONO .......................................................... 0.5% (71.2 dBf input)
STEREO ....................................................... 0.7% (71.2 dBf input)
Signal to noise ratio (1 kHz, 75 kHz DEV.)
MONO ........................................................ 75 dB (71.2 dBf input)
STEREO ..................................................... 68 dB (71.2 dBf input)
Stereo separation (1 kHz) ........................................................... 40 dB
Selectivity (±400 kHz) ................................................................. 70 dB
Frequency response .................... (30 Hz ~ 15kHz), +0.5 dB, –3.0 dB
AM tuner section
Tuning frequency range
10 kHz step .................................................. 530 kHz ~ 1,700 kHz
Usable sensitivity (30% mod., S/N 20 dB) ........ 16 µV / (600 µV/m)
Signal to noise ratio (30% mod. 1 mV input) ........................... 50 dB
DIGITAL AUDIO section
GENERAL
Sampling frequency ...................... 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 96 kHz
Input level / impedance / wave length
Optical ........................... (–15 dBm ~ –21 dBm), 660 nm ±30 nm
Coaxial ................................................................... 0.5 Vp-p / 75 Ω
Power consumption .................................................................... 2.2 A
AC outlet
SWITCHED ......................................... (total 150 W, 1.25 A max.)
Dimensions .................................................... W : . 440 mm (17-5/16")
H : 143 mm
(5-5/8")
D : 303 mm (11-15/16")
Weight (Net) ............................................................... 8.7 kg (19.18 lb)
Notes
1. KENWOOD follows a policy of continuous advancements in development. For this reason specifications may be changed without notice.
2. The full performance may not be exhibited in an extremely cold location (under a water-freezing temperature).
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For your records
Record the serial number, found on the back of the unit, in the spaces
designated on the warranty card, and in the space provided below.
Refer to the model and serial numbers whenever you call upon your
dealer for information or service on this product.
Model_____________________ Serial Number_____________________
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