Denon AVC-3808 Network Card User Manual

DENON AVR control protocol
Ver. 5.2.0_a
Application model : AVR-3808/AVC-3808
Application terminal: RS-232C/ Ethernet
Connector specification
Ⅰ. RS-232C
Connector type: DB-9pin female type, slave straight connection (DCE type)
( 1pin : GND , 2pin : TxD , 3pin : RxD , 5pin : Common(GND) , 4,6,7,8,9pin : NC )
Communication format:
Synchronous system
: Tone step synchronization
Communication system
: A half duplex
Communication speed
: 9600bps
Character length
: 8 bits
Parity control
: None
Start bit
: 1 bit
Stop bit
: 1 bit
Communication procedure
: Non procedural
Communication data length
: 135 bytes (maximum)
Version
5.2.0
5.2.0_a
Date
06.Jul.’07
23.Jan.’08
Contents
Original
1.Added NSE,NSB,NSC for iRadio Control.
2.Corrected the Command of IPE,IPA for iPod Control.
3.Added Response MS Command for DTS Mode.
4.Corrected the Response Command of PSMODE.
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Page
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Ⅱ. Ethernet
Connector type
: RJ-45(10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Example ①
Ethernet
Cross cable
PC
Example ②
AVR/AVC
HUB
PC
AVR/AVC
Ethernet
Straight
cable
Communication format
Communication
Communication
Communication
Communication
:
system
speed
port
data length
:
:
:
:
Ethernet
Straight
cable
A half duplex
10Mbps/100Mbps
TCP port 23 (telnet)
135bytes (maximum)
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NETWORK SETUP of AVR-4308
>Procedure of Network Setup mode.
(1)Press SYSTEM SETUP button, then System Setup Menu appears on FL-display(and GUI)
(2)Select “Network Setup > Detail” .
(3)Set parameters described below.
<DHCP>
"ON"---Use this setting when DHCP server is on the local network.
"OFF"---Use this setting when DHCP server is not on the local network.
<IP Address> When <DHCP> sets "OFF”, please set IP address.
When <DHCP> sets "ON”, you can confirm the IP address that is set by server.
<Subnet Mask> When <DHCP> sets "OFF”, please set Subnet Mask.
When <DHCP> sets "ON”, you can confirm the Subnet Mask that is set by server.
<Gateway>
Set the address of Gateway when Gateway is on the local network.
Do not set this parameter when Gateway is not on the local network.
<Primary DNS> Do not set this parameter.
<Second DNS> Do not set this parameter.
<Proxy>
Set this parameter "OFF".
<Network Option: Standby Mode Power Saving>
(1)Press MENU button, then Menu appears on FL-display (and GUI)
(2)Select “Manual Setup > Network Setup > Other > Power Saving”
(3)Set parameters described below.
“OFF”---Use this setting when using the AVR-4308 connected in a network.
“ON”--- Use this setting when not using the AVR-4308 connected in a network.
This setting is reducing the power consumption in the standby mode.
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Ⅱ. Ethernet
Connector type
: RJ-45(10BASE-T/100BASE-TX)
Example ①
Ethernet
Cross cable
PC
Example ②
AVR/AVC
HUB
PC
AVR/AVC
Ethernet
Straight
cable
Communication format
Communication
Communication
Communication
Communication
:
system
speed
port
data length
:
:
:
:
Ethernet
Straight
cable
A half duplex
10Mbps/100Mbps
TCP port 23 (telnet)
135bytes (maximum)
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NETWORK SETUP of AVR-3808
>Procedure of Network Setup mode.
(1)Press SYSTEM SETUP button, then System Setup Menu appears on FL-display(and GUI)
(2)Select “Network Setup > Detail” .
(3)Set parameters described below.
<DHCP>
"ON"---Use this setting when DHCP server is on the local network.
"OFF"---Use this setting when DHCP server is not on the local network.
<IP Address> When <DHCP> sets "OFF”, please set IP address.
When <DHCP> sets "ON”, you can confirm the IP address that is set by server.
<Subnet Mask> When <DHCP> sets "OFF”, please set Subnet Mask.
When <DHCP> sets "ON”, you can confirm the Subnet Mask that is set by server.
<Gateway>
Set the address of Gateway when Gateway is on the local network.
Do not set this parameter when Gateway is not on the local network.
<Primary DNS> Do not set this parameter.
<Second DNS> Do not set this parameter.
<Proxy>
Set this parameter "OFF".
<Network Option: Standby Mode Power Saving>
(1)Press MENU button, then Menu appears on FL-display (and GUI)
(2)Select “Manual Setup > Network Setup > Other > Power Saving”
(3)Set parameters described below.
“OFF”---Use this setting when using the AVR-3808 connected in a network.
“ON”--- Use this setting when not using the AVR-4308 connected in a network.
This setting is reducing the power consumption in the standby mode.
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Protocol specification
The following three data forms are defined.
COMMAND :
The message sent to a system(AVR) from a controller(Touch Panel etc.)
A command to a system is given from a controller.
EVENT
:
The message sent to a controller (Touch Panel etc.) from a system (AVR)
The result is sent, when a system is operated directly and a state changes.
*The form of EVENT presupposes that it is the same as that of COMMAND.
**Refer to the following table for the contents of COMMAND and EVENT.
RESPONSE :
The message sent to a controller (Touch Panel etc.) from a system (AVR)
if the ‘request command’ (COMMAND+?+CR(0x0D)) has came from a controller.
The RESPONSE should be sent within 200ms of receiving the COMMAND.
*The form of RESPONSE presupposes that it is the same as that of EVENT.
Basic specification: The command by ASCII CODE, parameter expression
*ASCII CODE which can be used is from 0x20 to 0x7F: the alphabet and the number of 0-9, and space (0x20), some signs,
AND carriage return (0x0D) --- It is used only as a pause sign.
Command structure: COMMAND + PARAMETER + CR (0x0D)
COMMAND: ASCII CODE of 2 characters
Ex.
SI : Select Input source
MS : surround Mode Setting
MV : Master Volume setting
PW : system PoWer setting
PARAMETER : ASCII CODE ( up to 25 characters)
ex.
DVD : function name
SUPER STADIUM : surround mode name
*Special Parameter--- ? : for request command
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The example of a command
* <CR> is the meaning of 0x0D.
SIDVD<CR> : Select Input source DVD
MSSTEREO<CR> : surround Mode Set to STEREO
MVUP<CR> : Master Volume UP
PWON<CR> : system PoWer ON
PWSTANDBY<CR> : system PoWer STANDBY
SI?<CR> : Request command for now playing input source >> Return RESPONSE ‘SI***<CR>’
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Others
A) COMMAND is receivable also during transmission of EVENT.
B) Since CHANNEL VOLUME changes simultaneously when the SURROUND MODE changes, the value of the channel volume of all channels
returns as EVENT.
C) CHANNEL VOLUME returns the data of ALL channels by the present SURROUND MODE also including an intact channel. In this case,
the data of an intact channel is set to "50".
D) Since SURROUND MODE changes simultaneously when the INPUT source changes, the SURROUND MODE (and also the value of the channel
volume of all channels , It described in B) ) returns as EVENT.
E) When SURROUND MODE is the same in between INPUT source change before and after, EVENT of SURROUND MODE and CHANNEL VOLUME
does NOT return.
F) Although EVENT of SURROUND MODE returns when the present SURROUND MODE is set up again, CHANNEL VOLUME does NOT return.
G) When SURROUND MODE is changed, before returning SURROUND MODE after change as EVENT, the present SURROUND MODE is returned.
H) The RESPONSE should be sent as opposed to the request command by all the commands with which an EVENT exists , not need to
the another request commands(ex. SV command).
I) The PARAMETER (with COMMAND and RESPONSE, EVENT) of minimum level of MASTER VOLUME defines “99”.
J) If the MASTER VOLUME & CHANNEL VOLUME set with 0.5dB step, the PARAMETER (with COMMAND and RESPONSE, EVENT) defines three
ASCII characters as bellows.
Ex.
MASTER VOLUME = +1.0dB :
MV81<CR>
+0.5dB :
MV805<CR>
0dB :
MV80<CR>
-0.5dB :
MV795<CR>
-1.0dB :
MV79<CR>
|
|
-79.5dB :
MV005<CR>
-80.0dB :
MV00<CR>
--:
MV99<CR>
* At the **.0dB step, only uses two ASCII characters as PARAMETER, same as usual.
K) Four seconds later, please transmit the next COMMAND after transmitting a power on COMMAND(PWON).
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COMMAND and PARAMETER list
COMMAND
PW
PARAMETER
function
example
ON
POWER ON/STANDBY change
PWON<CR>
STANDBY
PWSTANDBY<CR>
?
Return PW Status
PW?<CR>
MV
UP
MASTER VOLUME UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
MVUP<CR>
DOWN
MVDOWN<CR>
**
**:00 to 99 by ASCII , 80=0dB, 99=---(MIN)
MV80<CR>
?
Return MV Status
MV?<CR>
CV
FL UP
CHANNEL VOLUME UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
CVFL UP<CR>
FL DOWN
---FRONT Lch
CVFL DOWN<CR>
FL **
**:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB
CVFL 50<CR>
FR UP
CVFR UP<CR>
FR DOWN
---FRONT Rch
CVFR DOWN<CR>
FR **
**:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB
CVFR 50<CR>
C UP
CVC UP<CR>
C DOWN
---CENTERch
CVC DOWN<CR>
C **
**:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB
CVC 50<CR>
SW UP
CVSW UP<CR>
SW DOWN
---SUBWOOFERch
CVSW DOWN<CR>
SW **
**:00,38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB,00=OFF
CVSW 50<CR>
SL UP
CVSL UP<CR>
SL DOWN
---SURROUND Lch
CVSL DOWN<CR>
SL **
**:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB
CVSL 50<CR>
SR UP
CVSR UP<CR>
SR DOWN
---SURROUND Rch
CVSR DOWN<CR>
SR **
**:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB
CVSR 50<CR>
SBL UP
---SURROUND BACK Lch (SBch 2SP)
CVSBL UP<CR>
SBL DOWN
CVSBL DOWN<CR>
SBL **
**:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB
CVSBL 50<CR>
SBR UP
---SURROUND BACK Rch (SBch 2SP)
CVSBR UP<CR>
SBR DOWN
CVSBR DOWN<CR>
SBR **
**:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB
CVSBR 50<CR>
MV, CV COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two or three ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
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COMMAND
CV
PARAMETER
function
SB UP
---SURROUND BACKch
(SBch 1SP)
SB DOWN
SB **
**:00 to 99 by ASCII , 50=0dB
?
Return CV Status
MU
ON
OUTPUT MUTE ON/OFF change
OFF
?
Return MU Status
SI
PHONO
Select INPUT source
CD
TUNER
DVD
HDP
TV/CBL
SAT
VCR
DVR
V.AUX
NET/USB
XM
(North America model Only)
IPOD
?
Return SI Status
ZM
ON
MAIN-ZONE ON/OFF change at AVR-3808
OFF
?
Return ZM Status
SR
PHONO
REC SELECT mode set , and select source
|
---The name of PARAMETER is
IPOD
the same as that of the time of SI COMMAND.
SOURCE
REC SELECT mode cancel
?
Return SR Status
CV COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
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example
CVSB UP<CR>
CVSB DOWN<CR>
CVSB 50<CR>
CV?<CR>
MUON<CR>
MUOFF<CR>
MU?<CR>
SIPHONO<CR>
SICD<CR>
SITUNER<CR>
SIDVD<CR>
SIHDP<CR>
SITV/CBL<CR>
SISAT<CR>
SIVCR<CR>
SIDVR<CR>
SIV.AUX<CR>
SINET/USB<CR>
SIXM<CR>
SIIPOD<CR>
SI?<CR>
ZMON<CR>
ZMOFF<CR>
ZM?<CR>
SRPHONO<CR>
|
SRIPOD<CR>
SRSOURCE<CR>
SR?<CR>
COMMAND
SD
DC
SV
MS
PARAMETER
AUTO
HDMI
DIGITAL
ANALOG
EXT.IN-1
?
AUTO
PCM
DTS
?
DVD
HDP
TV/CBL
SAT
VCR
DVR
V.AUX
SOURCE
?
DIRECT
PURE DIRECT
STEREO
STANDARD
DOLBY DIGITAL
DTS SUROUND
NEURAL
WIDE SCREEN
7CH STEREO
SUPER STADIUM
ROCK ARENA
JAZZ CLUB
function
set AUTO mode (Priority:HDMI>>DIGITAL>>ANALOG)
set force HDMI INPUT mode
set force DIGITAL INPUT (Optical,Coaxial)mode
set force ANALOG INPUT mode
---Set EXT.IN mode at AVR-3808
Return SD Status
set DIGITAL INPUT AUTO mode
set DIGITAL INPUT force PCM mode
set DIGITAL INPUT force DTS mode
Return DC Status
VIDEO SELECT mode set , and select source
VIDEO SELECT mode cancel
Return SV Status
Select SURROUND mode
(North America model Only)
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example
SDAUTO<CR>
SDHDMI<CR>
SDDIGITAL<CR>
SDANALOG<CR>
SDEXT.IN-1<CR>
SD?<CR>
DCAUTO<CR>
DCPCM<CR>
DCDTS<CR>
DC?
SVDVD<CR>
SVVDP<CR>
SVTV/CBL<CR>
SVSAT<CR>
SVVCR<CR>
SVDVR<CR>
SVV.AUX<CR>
SVSOURCE<CR>
SV?<CR>
MSDIRECT<CR>
MSPURE DIRECT<CR>
MSSTEREO<CR>
MS STANDARD<CR>
MSDOLBY DIGITAL<CR>
MSDTS SURROUND<CR>
MS NEURAL<CR>
MSWIDE SCREEN
MS7CH STEREO<CR>
MSSUPER STADIUM<CR>
MSROCK ARENA<CR>
MSJAZZ CLUB<CR>
COMMAND
MS
VS
PARAMETER
CLASSIC CONCERT
MONO MOVIE
MATRIX
VIDEO GAME
VIRTUAL
MPEG2 AAC
?
QUICK1
QUICK2
QUICK3
QUICK1 MEMORY
QUICK2 MEMORY
QUICK3 MEMORY
QUICK ?
MONIAUTO
MONI1
MONI2
MONI?
ASPNRM
ASPFUL
ASP?
SC48P
SC10I
SC72P
SC10P
SC AUTO
SC?
function
---Invalid at AVR model (Japan model only)
Return MS Status
QUICK SELECT 1-3 MODE SELECT
USER1-3 MODE MEMORY
Return MSQUICK Status
Set HDMI MONITOR automatic detection
(Japan model only)
Set HDMI MONITOR OUT-1 (Japan model only)
Set HDMI MONITOR OUT-2 (Japan model only)
Return VSMONITOR Status (Japan model only)
Set Normal mode
Set FULL mode
Return VSASPECT Status
Set Resolution to 480p/576p
Set Resolution to 1080i
Set Resolution to 720p
Set Resolution to 1080p
Set Resolution to AUTO
Return VSSCALE Status
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example
MSCLASSIC CONCERT<CR>
MSMONO MOVIE<CR>
MSMATRIX<CR>
MSVIDEO GAME<CR>
MSVIRTUAL<CR>
MSMPEG2 AAC<CR>
MS?<CR>
MSQUICK1<CR>
MSQUICK2<CR>
MSQUICK3<CR>
MSQUICK1 MEMORY<CR>
MSQUICK2 MEMORY<CR>
MSQUICK3 MEMORY<CR>
MSQUICK ?<CR>
VSMONIAUTO<CR>
VSMONI1<CR>
VSMONI2<CR>
VSMONI?<CR>
VSASPNRM<CR>
VSASPFUL<CR>
VSASP?<CR>
VSSC48P<CR>
VSSC10I<CR>
VSSC72P<CR>
VSSC10P<CR>
VSSCAUTO<CR>
VSSC?<CR>
COMMAND
PS
PARAMETER
TONE DEFEAT ON
TONE DEFEAT OFF
TONE DEFEAT ?
SB:MTRX ON
SB:NON MTRX
SB:PL2xCINEMA
SB:PL2xMUSIC
SB:ON
SB:OFF
SB: ?
CINEMA EQ.ON
CINEMA EQ.OFF
CINEMA EQ. ?
MODE:MUSIC
MODE:CINEMA
MODE:GAME
MODE:PRO LOGIC
function
PARAMETER setting
TONE DEFEAT ON/OFF
Return PSTONE DEFEAT Status
SURROUND BACK SP MODE set
Return PSSB: Status
CINEMA EQ. ON/OFF
Return PSCINEMA EQ.Status
CINEMA / MUSIC / GAME / PL mode change
(This parameter can change DOLBY PL2,PL2x,NEO:6 mode.)
---SB=ON:PL2x mode / SB=OFF:PL2 mode
--- GAME can change DOLBY PL2 & PL2x mode
--- PL can change ONLY DOLBY PL2 mode
Return PSMODE: Status
ROOM EQ mode direct change
MODE: ?
ROOM
EQ:AUDYSSEY
ROOM EQ:BYP.LR
ROOM EQ:FLAT
ROOM EQ:MANUAL
ROOM EQ:OFF
ROOM EQ ?
Return PSROOM EQ: Status
BAS UP
BASS UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
BAS DOWN
**:00 to 99 by ASCII , 50=0dB
BAS **
---AVR-3808 can be operated from -6 to +6(44 to 56)
BAS ?
Return PSBAS Status
PS COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
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example
PSTONE DEFEAT ON<CR>
PSTONE DEFEAT OFF<CR>
PSTONE DEFEAT ?<CR>
PSSB:MTRX ON<CR>
PSSB:NON MTRX<CR>
PSSB:PL2X CINEMA<CR>
PSSB:PL2X MUSIC<CR>
PSSB:ON<CR>
PSSB:OFF<CR>
PSSB: ?<CR>
PSCINEMA EQ.ON<CR>
PSCINEMA EQ.OFF<CR>
PSCINEMA EQ. ?<CR>
PSMODE:MUSIC<CR>
PSMODE:CINEMA<CR>
PSMODE:GAME<CR>
PSMODE:PRO LOGIC<CR>
PSMODE: ?<CR>
PSROOM EQ:AUDYSSEY<CR>
PSROOM EQ:BYP.LR<CR>
PSROOM EQ:FLAT<CR>
PSROOM EQ:MANUAL<CR>
PSROOM EQ:OFF<CR>
PSROOM EQ: ?<CR>
PSBAS UP<CR>
PSBAS DOWN<CR>
PSBAS 50<CR>
PSBAS ?<CR>
COMMAND
PS
PARAMETER
function
TRE UP
PSTRE
TREBLE UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
TRE DOWN
PSTRE
**:00 to 99 by ASCII , 50=0dB
TRE **
PSTRE
---AVR-3808 can be operated from -6 to +6(44 to 56)
TRE ?
PSTRE
Return PSTRE Status
DRC AUTO
PSDRC
DRC direct change
DRC LOW
PSDRC
DRC MID
PSDRC
DRC HI
PSDRC
DRC OFF
PSDRC
DRC ?
PSDRC
DCO OFF
PSDCO
D.COMP direct change
DCO LOW
PSDCO
DCO MID
PSDCO
DCO HIGH
PSDCO
DCO ?
PSDCO
Return PSDCO Status
LFE UP
PSLEE
LFE UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
LFE DOWN
PSLFE
**:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0dB, 10=-10dB
LFE **
PSLFE
---AVR-3808 can be operated from 0 to -10
LFE ?
PSLFE
Return PSLFE Status
EFF ON
PSEFF
EFFECT ON/OFF , EFFECT LEVEL direct change to **dB
EFF OFF
PSEFF
**:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0dB, 10=10dB
EFF **
PSEFF
---AVR-3808 can be operated from 1 to 15
EFF ?
PSEFF
Return PSEFF Status
DEL UP
PSDEL
DELAY UP/DOWN , direct change to ***dB
DEL DOWN
PSDEL
***:000 to 999 by ASCII , 000=0ms, 300=300ms
DEL ***
PSDEL
---AVR-3808 can be operated from 0 to 300
DEL ?
PSDEL
Return PSDEL Status
AFD ON
PSAFD
AFDM ON/OFF
AFD OFF
PSAFD
AFD ?
PSAFD
Return PSAFD Status
PS COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two or three ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
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example
UP<CR>
DOWN<CR>
50<CR>
?<CR>
AUTO<CR>
LOW<CR>
MID<CR>
HI<CR>
OFF<CR>
?<CR>
OFF<CR>
LOW<CR>
MID<CR>
HIGH<CR>
?<CR>
UP<CR>
DOWN<CR>
10<CR>
? <CR>
UP<CR>
DOWN<CR>
**<CR>
?<CR>
UP<CR>
DOWN<CR>
***<CR>
?<CR>
ON<CR>
OFF<CR>
?<CR>
COMMAND
PS
PARAMETER
function
example
PAN ON
PSPAN ON<CR>
PANORAMA ON/OFF
PAN OFF
PSPAN OFF<CR>
PAN ?
PSPAN ?<CR>
Return PSPAN Status
DIM UP
PSDIM UP<CR>
DIMENSION UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
DIM DOWN
PSDIM DOWN<CR>
**:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0,
DIM **
PSDIM **<CR>
---AVR-3808 can be operated from 0 to 6
DIM ?
PSDIM ?<CR>
Return PSDIM Status
CEN UP
PSCEN UP<CR>
CENTER WIDTH UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
CEN DOWN
PSCEN DOWN<CR>
**:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0
CEN **
PSCEN 07<CR>
---AVR-3808 can be operated from 0 to 7
CEN ?
PSCEN ?<CR>
Return PSCEN Status
CEI UP
PSCEI UP<CR>
CENTER IMAGE UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
CEI DOWN
PSCEI DOWN<CR>
**:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0.0
CEI **
PSCEI 10<CR>
---AVR-3808 can be operated from 0.0 to 1.0
CEI?
OSCEI ?<CR>
Return PSCEI Status
ATT ON
PSATT ON<CR>
SW ATT ON/OFF
ATT OFF
PSATT OFF<CR>
ATT ?
PSATT ?<CR>
Return PSATT Status
SWR ON
PSSWR ON<CR>
SW ON/OFF
SWR OFF
PSSWR OFF<CR>
SWR ?
PSSWR ?<CR>
Return PSSWR Status
RSZ S
PSRSZ S<CR>
ROOM SIZE direct change
RSZ MS
PSRSZ MS<CR>
RSZ M
PSRSZ M<CR>
RSZ ML
PSRSZ ML<CR>
RSZ L
PSRSZ L<CR>
RSZ ?
PSRSZ ?<CR>
Return PSRSZ Status
DELAY UP
AUDIO DELAY UP/DOWN , direct change to ***dB
PSDELAY UP<CR>
DELAY DOWN
***:000 to 999 by ASCII , 000=0ms, 200=200ms
PSDELAY DOWN<CR>
DELAY ***
---AVR-3808 can be operated from 0 to 200
PSDELAY 200<CR>
PS COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two or three ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
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COMMAND
PS
PARAMETER
function
NIGHT OFF
NIGHT MODE direct change
NIGHT LOW
NIGHT MID
NIGHT HI
NIGHT ?
Return PSNIGHT Status
RSTR OFF
AUDIO RESTORER direct change
RSTR MODE1
RSTR MODE2
RSTR MODE3
RSTR ?
Return PSRSTR Status
PV
CN UP
CONTRAST UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
CN DOWN
**:44 to 56 by ASCII , 50=0
CN **
---AVR-3808 can be operated from -6 to +6(44 to 56)
CN ?
Return PSCN Status
BR UP
BRIGHTNESS UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
BR DOWN
**:00 to 12 by ASCII , 00=0
BR **
---AVR-3808 can be operated from 0 to 12
BR ?
Return PSBR Status
CM UP
CROMA LEVET UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
CM DOWN
**:44 to 56 by ASCII , 50=0
CM **
---AVR-3808 can be operated from -6 to +6(44 to 56)
CM ?
Return PSCN Status
HUE UP
HUE UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
HUE DOWN
**:44 to 56 by ASCII , 50=0
HUE **
---AVR-3808 can be operated from -6 to +6(44 to 56)
HUE ?
Return PSCN Status
PV COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
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example
PSNIGHT OFF<CR>
PSNIGHT LOW<CR>
PSNIGHT MID<CR>
PSNIGHT HI<CR>
PSNIGHT ?<CR>
PSRSTR OFF<CR>
PSRSTR MODE1<CR>
PSRSTR MODE2<CR>
PSRSTR MODE3<CR>
PSRSTR ?<CR>
PVCN UP<CR>
PVCN DOWN<CR>
PVCN 06<CR>
PVCN ?<CR>
PVBR UP<CR>
PVBR DOWN<CR>
PVBR 12<CR>
PVBR ?<CR>
PVCM UP<CR>
PVSCM DOWN<CR>
PVCM 06<CR>
PVCM ?<CR>
PVHUE UP<CR>
PVHUE DOWN<CR>
PVHUE 06<CR>
PVHUE ?<CR>
COMMAND
Z2
Z2MU
Z2CS
Z2CV
Z2HPF
PARAMETER
PHONO
|
IPOD
SOURCE
UP
DOWN
**
ON
OFF
?
ON
OFF
?
ST
MONO
?
FL UP
FL DOWN
FL **
FR UP
FR DOWN
FR **
?
ON
OFF
?
function
MULTI ZONE-2 mode set , and select source at AVR-3808
---The name of PARAMETER is
the same as that of the time of SI COMMAND.
MULTI ZONE-2 mode cancel at AVR-3808
MULTI ZONE-2 VOLUME UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
at AVR-3808
**:10 to 99 by ASCII , 80=0dB, 99=---(MIN)
MULTI ZONE-2 ON/OFF change at AVR-3808
Return Z2 Status
ZONE2 OUTPUT MUTE ON/OFF change
Return Z2MU Status
ZONE2 Channel setting
Return Z2CS Status
ZONE2 CHANNEL VOLUME
---FRONT Lch
**:38 to 62 by ASCII
ZONE2 CHANNEL VOLUME
---FRONT Rch
**:38 to 62 by ASCII
Return Z2CV Status
ZONE2 HPF ON/OFF
UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
, 50=0dB
UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
, 50=0dB
Return Z2HPF Status
Z2 COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
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example
Z2PHONO<CR>
|
Z2IPOD<CR>
Z2SOURCE<CR>
Z2UP<CR>
Z2DOWN<CR>
Z280<CR>
Z2ON<CR>
Z2OFF<CR>
Z2?<CR>
Z2MUON<CR>
Z2MUOFF<CR>
Z2MU?<CR>
Z2CSST
Z2CSMONO
Z2CS?
Z2CVFL UP<CR>
Z2CVFL DOWN<CR>
Z2CVFL 50<CR>
Z2CVFR UP<CR>
Z2CVFR DOWN<CR>
Z2CVFR 50<CR>
Z2CV?<CR>
Z2HPFON<CR>
Z2HPFOFF<CR>
Z2HPF?<CR>
Except Japan model.
COMMAND
PARAMETER
Z2PS
BAS UP
BAS DOWN
BAS **
BAS ?
TRE UP
TRE DOWN
TRE **
TRE ?
function
ZONE2 BASS UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
**:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0dB
---AVR-3808 can be operated from -10 to +10(40 to 60)
Return Z2PSBAS Status
ZONE2 TREBLE UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
**:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0dB
---AVR-3808 can be operated from -10 to +10(40 to 60)
Return Z2PSTRE Status
Z2 COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
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Z2PSBAS
Z2PSBAS
Z2PSBAS
Z2PSBAS
Z2PSTRE
Z2PSTRE
Z2PSTRE
Z2PSTRE
example
UP<CR>
DOWN<CR>
00<CR>
?<CR>
UP<CR>
DOWN<CR>
00<CR>
?<CR>
Except Japan model
COMMAND
PARAMETER
Z3
PHONO
|
IPOD
SOURCE
UP
DOWN
**
ON
OFF
?
Z3MU
ON
OFF
?
Z3CS
ST
MONO
?
Z3CV
FL UP
FL DOWN
FL **
FR UP
FR DOWN
FR **
?
Z3HPF
ON
OFF
?
function
MULTI ZONE-3 mode set , and select source at AVR-3808
---The name of PARAMETER is
the same as that of the time of SI COMMAND.
MULTI ZONE-3 mode cancel
MULTI ZONE-3 VOLUME UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
**:10 to 99 by ASCII , 80=0dB, 99=---(MIN)
MULTI ZONE-3 ON/OFF change at AVR-3808
Return Z3 Status
ZONE3 OUTPUT MUTE ON/OFF change
Return Z3MU Status
ZONE3 Channel setting
Return Z3CS Status
ZONE3 CHANNEL VOLUME
---FRONT Lch
**:38 to 62 by ASCII
ZONE3 CHANNEL VOLUME
---FRONT Rch
**:38 to 62 by ASCII
Return Z2CV Status
ZONE3 HPF ON/OFF
UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
, 50=0dB
UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
, 50=0dB
Return Z3HPF Status
Z3 COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
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example
Z3PHONO<CR>
|
Z3IPOD<CR>
Z3SOURCE<CR>
Z3UP<CR>
Z3DOWN<CR>
Z380<CR>
Z3ON<CR>
Z3OFF<CR>
Z2?<CR>
Z3MUON<CR>
Z3MUOFF<CR>
Z3MU?<CR>
Z3CSST
Z3CSMONO
Z3CS?
Z3CVFL UP<CR>
Z3CVFL DOWN<CR>
Z3CVFL 50<CR>
Z3CVFR UP<CR>
Z3CVFR DOWN<CR>
Z3CVFR 50<CR>
Z3CV?<CR>
Z3HPFON<CR>
Z3HPFOFF<CR>
Z3HPF?<CR>
Except Japan model
COMMAND
PARAMETER
Z3PS
BAS UP
BAS DOWN
BAS **
BAS ?
TRE UP
TRE DOWN
TRE **
TRE ?
function
ZONE3 BASS UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
**:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0dB
---AVR-3808 can be operated from -10 to +10(40 to 60)
Return Z3PSBAS Status
ZONE3 TREBLE UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB
**:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0dB
---AVR-3808 can be operated from -10 to +10(40 to 60)
Return Z3PSTRE Status
Z3 COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
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Z3PSBAS
Z3PSBAS
Z3PSBAS
Z3PSBAS
Z3PSTRE
Z3PSTRE
Z3PSTRE
Z3PSTRE
example
UP<CR>
DOWN<CR>
00<CR>
?<CR>
UP<CR>
DOWN<CR>
00<CR>
?<CR>
※ANALOG TUNER Control(AVR model only)
COMMAND
TF
TP
TM
PARAMETER
ANUP
ANDOWN
AN******
(6 digits)
AN?
ANUP
ANDOWN
AN**
(PRESET No.)
AN?
ANMEMORY
ANAM
ANFM
AN?
ANAUTO
ANMANUAL
function
TUNER Frequency UP/DOWN
--- ****.** kHz at AM band (>050000 is AM.)
****.** MHz at FM band (<050000 is FM.)
Return TF Status
TUNER PRESET CH UP/DOWN , direct change to No.**
Return TP Status
TUNER PRESET MEMORY
TUNER BAND , MODE Select
---Band set to AM
---Band set to FM
Return TM Status
---Tuning mode set to AUTO mode
---Tuning mode set to MANUAL mode
example
TFANUP<CR>
TFANDOWN<CR>
TFAN105000<CR>
(1050.00kHz at AM)
TFAN?<CR>
TPANUP<CR>
TPANDOWN<CR>
TPANA1<CR>
(PRESET No.”A1”)
TPAN?<CR>
TPANMEMORY<CR>
TMANAM<CR>
TMANFM<CR>
TMAN?<CR>
TMANAUTO<CR>
TMANMANUAL<CR>
TF, TP, TM COMMAND : '*' parameters can NOT operate when INPUT source isn’t TUNER.
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※XM Control(North America model only)
COMMAND
TF
TP
XM
PARAMETER
XMUP
XMDOWN
XM***
(3 digits)
XM?
XMUP
XMDOWN
XM**(PRESET
No.)
XM?
XMMEM
?
function
XM Channel UP/DOWN
--- ***:XM CH No.
Return TFXM Status
XM PRESET CH UP/DOWN , direct change to No.**
Return TPXM Status
XM PRESET MEMORY
Return XM Status
- CHANNEL NAME, ARTIST, TITLE, SIGNAL LEVEL
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example
TFXMUP<CR>
TFXMDOWN<CR>
TFXM001<CR>
(XM001 CH at XM)
TFXM?<CR>
TPXMUP<CR>
TPXMDOWN<CR>
TPXMA1<CR>
(PRESET No.”A1”)
TPXM?<CR>
TPXMMEM<CR>
XM?<CR>
※iRadio/mServer/USB Extended Control
COMMAND
SI
Z2
PARAMETER
USB
USB
Z3
NS
USB
90
91
92
93
94
9A
9B
9C
9D
9E
9H
9I
9J
9K
9L
9X
9Y
NSB
**
function
Select INPUT source NET/USB and USB Start Playback
Select MULTI ZONE-2 source NET/USB and USB Start Playback
(Except Japan model)
Select MULTI ZONE-3 source NET/USB and USB Start Playback
“Cursor Up” Control
“Cursor Down” Control
“Cursor Left” Control
“Cursor Right” Control
“Enter (Play/Pause)” Control
“Play” Control
“Pause” Control
“Stop” Control
“Skip Plus” Control
“Skip Minus” Control
“Repeat One” (USB Only)
“Repeat All” (USB Only)
“Repeat Off” (USB Only)
“Random On/Repeat ALL” (USB Only)
“Random Off” (USB Only)
“Page Up” Control
“Page Down” Control
Return Onscreen Display Information List
(ASCII CODE Character)
Request Onscreen Display Information List
(UTF-8 CODE Character)
“Direct Preset CH Play”
NSC
**
“Direct Preset CH Memory”
NSD
*
“Direct Character Search”
NSA
NSE
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example
SIUSB<CR>
Z2USB<CR>
Z3USB<CR>
NS90<CR>
NS91<CR>
NS92<CR>
NS93<CR>
NS94<CR>
NS9A<CR>
NS9B<CR>
NS9C<CR>
NS9D<CR>
NS9E<CR>
NS9H<CR>
NS9I<CR>
NS9J<CR>
NS9K<CR>
NS9L<CR>
NS9X<CR>
NS9Y<CR>
NSA<CR>
(Return NSA0-NSA8,Refer to Page 38)
NSE<CR>
(Return NSE0-NSE8,Refer to Page 39)
NSB00<CR>
(**:00-55,00=A1,01=A2,B1=08,G8=55)
NSC00<CR>
(**:00-55,00=A1,01=A2,B1=08,G8=55)
NSD0<CR>
(*:0-9,A-Z)
※iPod Extended Control
COMMAND
IP
IPA
IPE
PARAMETER
90
91
92
93
94
9A
9C
9D
9E
9F
9G
9H
9I
9J
9K
9L
9M
9N
9P
9Q
9X
9Y
function
“Cursor Up” Control
“Cursor Down” Control
“Cursor Left” Control
“Cursor Right” Control
“Enter (Play/Pause)” Control
“Play/Pause” Control
“Stop” Control
“Skip Plus” Control
“Skip Minus” Control
“Manual Search Plus” Control
“Manual Search Minus” Control
“Repeat One” Control
“Repeat All” Control
“Repeat Off” Control
“Shuffle Songs” Control
“Shuffle Album” Control
“Shuffle Off” Control
“MENU” Control
Switch the “Browse Mode” Control
Switch the “Remote Mode” Control
“Page Up” Control
“Page Down” Control
Return Onscreen Display Information List
(ASCII CODE Character)
Request Onscreen Display Information List(iPOD)
(UTF-8 CODE Character)
- 24 -
example
IP90<CR>
IP91<CR>
IP92<CR>
IP93<CR>
IP94<CR>
IP9A<CR>
IP9C<CR>
IP9D<CR>
IP9E<CR>
IP9F<CR>
IP9G<CR>
IP9H<CR>
IP9I<CR>
IP9J<CR>
IP9K<CR>
IP9L<CR>
IP9M<CR>
IP9N<CR>
IP9P<CR>
IP9Q<CR>
IP9X<CR>
IP9Y<CR>
IPA<CR>
(Return IPA0-IPA9,Refer to Page 40-41)
IPE<CR>
(Return IPE0-IPE9,Refer to Page 42-43)
※Cursol/Enter/Menu(Setup)
COMMAND
MN
PARAMETER
CUP
CDN
CLT
CRT
ENT
RTN
MEN ON
MEN OFF
function
example
MNCUP<CR>
MNCDN<CR>
MNCLT<CR>
MNCRT<CR>
MNENT<CR>
MNRTN<CR>
MNMEN ON<CR>
MNMEN OFF<CR>
“Cursor Up” Control
“Cursor Down” Control
“Cursor Left” Control
“Cursor Right” Control
“Enter” Control
“RETURN” Control
“GUI Menu ON” Control
“GUI Menu OFF” Control
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※Remote Lock/Panel Lock
COMMAND
SY
PARAMETER
REMOTE LOCK ON
REMOTE LOCK OFF
PANEL LOCK ON
PANEL+V LOCK ON
PANEL LOCK OFF
function
REMOTE CONTROL LOCK ON/OFF
PANEL BUTTON(Except MASTER VOL.)CONTROL LOCK ON
PANEL BUTTON & MASTER VOL. CONTROL LOCK ON
PANEL BUTTUM & MASTER VOL. CONTROL LOCK OFF
- 26 -
example
SYREMOTE LOCK ON<CR>
SYREMOTE LOCK OFF<CR>
SYPANEL LOCK ON<CR>
SYPANEL+V LOCK ON<CR>
SYPANEL LOCK OFF<CR>
EVENT(or RESPONSE) and PARAMETER list
EVENT
PW
MV
CV
PARAMETER
ON
STANDBY
**
function
POWER ON/STANDBY change
MASTER VOLUME change , **:00 to 99 by ASCII
98 = +18dB(MAX)
80 = 0dB
00 = -80dB
99 = ---(MIN)
CHANNEL VOLUME change , **:00,38 to 62 by ASCII
62 = +12dB(MAX)
50 = 0dB
38 = -12dB(MIN)
00 = OFF (define ONLY SWch in DIRECT mode.)
example
PWON<CR>
PWSTANDBY<CR>
MV80<CR>
FL **
CVFL 50<CR>
FR **
CVFR 50<CR>
C **
CVC 50<CR>
SW **
CVSW 50<CR>
SL **
CVSL 50<CR>
SR **
CVSR 50<CR>
SBL **
(at SBch 2SP)
CVSBL 50<CR>
SBR **
(at SBch 2SP)
CVSBR 50<CR>
SB **
(at SBch 1SP)
CVSB 50<CR>
MU
ON
OUTPUT MUTE ON/OFF change
MUON<CR>
OFF
MUOFF<CR>
SI
PHONO
INPUT source change
SIPHONO<CR>
CD
SICD<CR>
TUNER
SITUNER<CR>
DVD
SIDVD<CR>
HDP
SIHDP<CR>
TV/CBL
SITV/CBL<CR>
SAT
SISAT<CR>
VCR
SIVCR<CR>
DVR
SIDVR<CR>
V.AUX
SIV.AUX<CR>
The PARAMETER of MV, CV EVENT : Uses two or three ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
- 27 -
EVENT
SI
ZM
SR
SD
DC
SV
PARAMETER
NET/USB
XM
USB
IPOD
ON
OFF
PHONO
|
IPOD
SOURCE
AUTO
HDMI
DIGITAL
ANALOG
EXT.IN-1
AUTO
PCM
DTS
DVD
HDP
TV/CBL
SAT
VCR
DVR
V.AUX
SOURCE
function
(North America model Only)
MAIN-ZONE ON/OFF change
REC SELECT source change
---The name of PARAMETER is
the same as that of the time of SI COMMAND.
REC SELECT mode cancel
INPUT mode change
---Set EXT.IN mode at AVR-3808
DIGITAL INPUT mode change
VIDEO SELECT mode source change
- 28 -
example
SINET/USB<CR>
SIHDRADIO<CR>
SIUSB<CR>
SIIPOD<CR>
ZMON<CR>
ZMOFF<CR>
SRPHONO<CR>
|
SRAUXIPOD<CR>
SRSOURCE<CR>
SDAUTO<CR>
SDHDMI<CR>
SDDIGITAL<CR>
SDANALOG<CR>
SDEXT.IN-1<CR>
DCAUTO<CR>
DCPCM<CR>
DCDTS<CR>
SVDVD<CR>
SVVDP<CR>
SVTV/CBL<CR>
SVSAT<CR>
SVVCR<CR>
SVDVR<CR>
SVV.AUX<CR>
SVSOURCE<CR>
EVENT
MS
PARAMETER
DIRECT
PURE DIRECT
STEREO
MULTI CH IN
MULTI CH IN
+PL2x C
MULTI CH IN
+PL2x M
MULTI CH DIRECT
MULTI CH DIRECT
+PL2x C
MULTI CH DIRECT
+PL2x M
MULTI CH PURE D
MULTI CH PURE D
+PL2x C
MULTI CH PURE D
+PL2x M
MULTI CH IN 7.1
M DIRECT 7.1
M CH PURE D 7.1
DOLBY PRO LOGIC
DOLBY PL2 CINEMA
DOLBY PL2 MUSIC
DOLBY PL2 G
DOLBY PL2x C
DOLBY PL2x M
DOLBY PL2x G
DOLBY DIGITAL
DOLBY D EX
DOLBY D
+PL2x C
DOLBY D
+PL2x M
function
SURROUND mode change
example
MSDIRECT<CR>
MSPURE DIRECT<CR>
MSSTEREO<CR>
MSMULTI CH IN<CR>
MSM CH IN+PL2X C<CR>
MSM CH IN+PL2X M<CR>
MSMULTI CH DIRECT<CR>
MSM CH DRCT+PL2X C <CR>
MSM CH DRCT+PL2X M <CR>
MSMULTI CH PURE D<CR>
MSM CH PURE D+PL2X C <CR>
MSM CH PURE D+PL2X M <CR>
MSMULTI CH IN 7.1<CR>
MSM DIRECT 7.1<CR>
MSM CH PURE D 7.1<CR>
MSDOLBY PRO LOGIC<CR>
MSDOLBY PL2 C<CR>
MSDOLBY PL2 M<CR>
MSDOLBY PL2 G<CR>
MSDOLBY PL2X C<CR>
MSDOLBY PL2X M<CR>
MSDOLBY PL2X G<CR>
MSDOLBY DIGITAL<CR>
MSDOLBY D EX<CR>
MSDOLBY D+PL2X C<CR>
MSDOLBY D+PL2X M<CR>
- 29 -
EVENT
MS
PARAMETER
DTS NEO:6 C
DTS NEO:6 M
DTS SURROUND
DTS ES DSCRT6.1
DTS ES MTRX6.1
DTS+PL2x C
DTS+PL2x M
DTS+NEO:6
DTS96/24
DTS96 ES MTRX
WIDE SCREEN
5CH STEREO
7CH STEREO
SUPER STADIUM
ROCK ARENA
JAZZ CLUB
CLASSIC CONCERT
MONO MOVIE
MATRIX
VIDEO GAME
VIRTUAL
DSD DIRECT
DSD PURE DIRECT
DSD MULTI DRCT
DSD MULTI PURE
MPEG2 AAC
AAC+DOLBY EX
AAC+PL2x C
AAC+PL2x M
function
(JAPAN
(JAPAN
(JAPAN
(JAPAN
model
model
model
model
Only
Only
Only
Only
)
)
)
)
- 30 -
example
MSDTS NEO:6 C<CR>
MSDTS NEO:6 M<CR>
MSDTS SURROUND<CR>
MSDTS ES DSCRT6.1<CR>
MSDTS ES MTRX6.1<CR>
MSDTS+PL2X C<CR>
MSDTS+PL2X M<CR>
MSDTS+NEO:6<CR>
MSDTS96/24<CR>
MSDTS96 ES MTRX<CR>
MSWIDE SCREEN<CR>
MS5CH STEREO<CR>
MS7CH STEREO<CR>
MSSUPER STADIUM<CR>
MSROCK ARENA<CR>
MSJAZZ CLUB<CR>
MSCLASSIC CONCERT<CR>
MSMONO MOVIE<CR>
MSMATRIX<CR>
MSVIDEO GAME<CR>
MSVIRTUAL<CR>
MSDSD DIRECT<CR>
MSDSD PURE DIRECT<CR>
MSDSD MULTI DRCT<CR>
MSDSD MULTI PURE<CR>
MSMPEG2 AAC<CR>
MSAAC+DOLBY EX<CR>
MSAAC+PL2X C<CR>
MSAAC+PL2X M<CR>
EVENT
MS
VS
PARAMETER
function
NEURAL
(North America model Only)
DOLBY D+
DOLBY D+ +EX
DOLBY D+ +PL2x C
DOLBY D+ +PL2x M
DOLBY TRUEHD
DOLBY HD
DOLBY HD+EX
DOLBY HD+PL2x C
DOLBY HD+PL2x M
DTS HD
DTS HD MSTR
DTS HD+NEO:6
DTS HD+PL2X C
DTS HD+PL2X M
DTS ES 8CH DSCRT
QUICK1
QUICK SELECT mode change
QUICK2
QUICK3
QUICK0
---User 1(or User 2 or User 3) Change User OFF
MONIAUTO
HDMI MONITOR setting change
MONI1
MONI2
ASPNRM
ASPECT setting change
ASPFUL
SC48P
SCALER setting change
SC10I
SC72P
SC10P
SCAUTO
- 31 -
example
MSNEURAL<CR>
MSDOLBY D+<CR>
MSDOLBY D+ +EX<CR>
MSDOLBY D+ +PL2X C<CR>
MSDOLBY D+ +PL2X M<CR>
MSDOLBY HD<CR>
MSDOLBY HD<CR>
MSDOLBY HD+EX<CR>
MSDOLBY HD+PL2X C<CR>
MSDOLBY HD+PL2X M<CR>
MSDTS HD<CR>
MSDTS HD MSTR<CR>
MSDTS HD+NEO:6<CR>
MSDTS HD+PL2X C<CR>
MSDTS HD+PL2X M<CR>
MSDTS ES 8CH DSCRT<CR>
MSQUICK1<CR>
MSQUICK2<CR>
MSQUICK3<CR>
MSQUICK0<CR>
VSMONIAUTO<CR>
VSMONI1<CR>
VSMONI2<CR>
VSASPNRM<CR>
VSASPFUL<CR>
VSSC48P<CR>
VSSC10I<CR>
VSSC72P<CR>
VSSC10P<CR>
VSSCAUTO<CR>
EVENT
PS
PARAMETER
TONE DEFEAT ON
TONE DEFEAT OFF
SB:MTRX ON
SB:NON MTRX
SB:PL2xC
SB:PL2xM
SB:ON
SB:OFF
SB:ESDSCRT
SB:ESMTRX
CINEMA EQ.ON
CINEMA EQ.OFF
MODE:CINEMA
MODE:MUSIC
MODE:GAME
MODE:PRO LOGIC
ROOM EQ:AUDYSSEY
ROOM EQ:BYP.LR
ROOM EQ:FLAT
ROOM EQ:MANUAL
ROOM EQ:OFF
BAS **
TRE **
function
TONE DEFEAT ON/OFF change
SURROUND BACK MODE change
CINEMA EQ. ON/OFF Change
CINEMA / MUSIC / GAME / PL mode change
ROOM EQ mode direct change
BASS change
TREBLE change
- 32 -
example
PSTONE DEFEAT ON<CR>
PSTONE DEFEAT OFF<CR>
PSSB:MTRX ON<CR>
PSSB:NON MTRX<CR>
PSSB:PL2X CINEMA<CR>
PSSB:PL2X MUSIC<CR>
PSSB:ON<CR>
PSSB:OFF<CR>
PSSB:ESDSCRT<CR>
PSSB:ESMTRX<CR>
PSCINEMA EQ.ON<CR>
PSCINEMA EQ.OFF<CR>
PSMODE:CINEMA<CR>
PSMODE:MUSIC<CR>
PSMODE:GAME<CR>
PSMODE:PRO LOGIC<CR>
PSROOM EQ:AUDYSSEY<CR>
PSROOM EQ:BYP.LR<CR>
PSROOM EQ:FLAT<CR>
PSROOM EQ:MANUAL<CR>
PSROOM EQ:OFF<CR>
PSBAS 00<CR>
PSTRE 00<CR>
EVENT
PS
DRC
DRC
DRC
DRC
DRC
DCO
DCO
DCO
DCO
DCO
LFE
EFF
EFF
EFF
DEL
AFD
AFD
PAN
PAN
DIM
CEN
CEI
ATT
ATT
SWR
SWR
RSZ
RSZ
RSZ
RSZ
RSZ
PARAMETER
AUTO
LOW
MID
HI
OFF
OFF
MID
LOW
MID
HIGH
**
ON
OFF
**
***
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
**
**
**
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
S
MS
M
ML
L
function
PSDRC
PSDRC
PSDRC
PSDRC
PSDRC
PSDCO
PSDCO
PSDCO
PSDCO
PSDCO
PSLFE
PSEFF
PSEFF
PSEFF
PSDEL
PSAFD
PSAFD
PSPAN
PSPAN
PSDIM
PSCEN
PSCEI
PSATT
PSATT
PSSWR
PSSWR
PSRSZ
PSRSZ
PSRSZ
PSRSZ
PSRSZ
DRC change
D.COMP change
LFE change
EFFECT change
EFFECT LEVEL change
DELAY change
AFDM change
PANORAMA change
DIMMENSION change
CENTER WIDTH change
CENTER IMAGE change
SW ATT change
SW ON/OFF change
ROOM SIZE change
- 33 -
example
AUTO<CR>
LOW<CR>
MID<CR>
HI<CR>
OFF<CR>
OFF<CR>
MID<CR>
LOW<CR>
MID<CR>
HIGH<CR>
10<CR>
UP<CR>
DOWN<CR>
**<CR>
***<CR>
ON<CR>
OFF<CR>
ON<CR>
OFF<CR>
**<CR>
07<CR>
10<CR>
ON<CR>
OFF<CR>
ON<CR>
OFF<CR>
S<CR>
MS<CR>
M<CR>
ML<CR>
L<CR>
EVENT
PS
PV
PARAMETER
DELAY ***
NIGHT OFF
NIGHT LOW
NIGHT MID
NIGHT HI
RSTR OFF
RSTR MODE1
RSTR MODE2
RSTR MODE3
CN **
BR **
CM **
HUE **
function
AUDIO DELAY change, ***:000 to 999 by ASCII
---AVR-3808:200=200ms(MAX)
100=100ms, 000=0ms
NIGHT MODE change
AUDIO RESTORER change
CONTRAST change
BRIGHTNESS Change
CROMA LEVEL change
Hue Change
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example
PSDELAY 200<CR>
PSNIGHT OFF<CR>
PSNIGHT LOW<CR>
PSNIGHT MID<CR>
PSNIGHT HI<CR>
PSRSTR OFF<CR>
PSRSTR MODE1<CR>
PSRSTR MODE2<CR>
PSRSTR MODE3<CR>
PVCN 06<CR>
PVBR 12<CR>
PVCM 06<CR>
PVHUE 06<CR>
EVENT
Z2
PARAMETER
PHONO
|
IPOD
SOURCE
**
ON
OFF
Z2MU
ON
OFF
Z2CS
ST
MONO
Z2CV
FL **
FR **
Z2HPF
ON
OFF
Z2PS
BAS **
TRE **
The PARAMETER of Z2 EVENT : Uses
function
MULTI ZONE-2 source change
---The name of PARAMETER is
the same as that of the time of SI COMMAND.
MULTI ZONE-2 mode cancel
MULTI ZONE-2 VOLUME change , **:10 to 99 by ASCII
98 = +18dB(MAX)
80 = 0dB
10 = -70dB
99 = ---(MIN)
MULTI ZONE-2 ON/OFF change
ZONE2 OUTPUT MUTE ON/OFF change
ZONE2 Channel setting
**:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB
**:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB
ZONE2 HPF ON/OFF change
ZONE2 BASS change
ZONE2 TEBLE change
two ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
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example
Z2PHONO<CR>
|
Z2IPOD<CR>
Z2SOURCE<CR>
Z280<CR>
Z2ON<CR>
Z2OFF<CR>
Z2MUON<CR>
Z2MUOFF<CR>
Z2CSST
Z2CSMONO
Z2CVFL 50<CR>
Z2CVFR 50<CR>
Z2HPFON<CR>
Z2HPFOFF<CR>
Z2PSBAS 00<CR>
Z2PSTRE 00<CR>
EVENT
Z3
PARAMETER
PHONO
|
IPOD
SOURCE
**
ON
OFF
Z3MU
ON
OFF
Z3CS
ST
MONO
Z3CV
FL **
FR **
Z3HPF
ON
OFF
Z3PS
BAS **
TRE **
The PARAMETER of Z3 EVENT : Uses
function
MULTI ZONE-3 source change
---The name of PARAMETER is
the same as that of the time of SI COMMAND.
MULTI ZONE-3 mode cancel
MULTI ZONE-3 VOLUME change , **:10 to 99 by ASCII
98 = +18dB(MAX)
80 = 0dB
10 = -70dB
99 = ---(MIN)
MULTI ZONE-3 ON/OFF change
ZONE3 OUTPUT MUTE ON/OFF change
ZONE3 Channel setting
**:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB
**:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB
ZONE3 HPF ON/OFF change
ZONE3 BASS change
ZONE3 TEBLE change
two ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
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example
Z3PHONO<CR>
|
Z3IPOD<CR>
Z3SOURCE<CR>
Z380<CR>
Z3ON<CR>
Z3OFF<CR>
Z3MUON<CR>
Z3MUOFF<CR>
Z3CSST
Z3CSMONO
Z3CVFL 50<CR>
Z3CVFR 50<CR>
Z3HPFON<CR>
Z3HPFOFF<CR>
Z3PSBAS 00<CR>
Z3PSTRE 00<CR>
※ANALOG TUNER Control(AVR model only)
EVENT
TF
TP
PARAMETER
AN******
(6 digits)
function
TUNER Frequency change
AN**(PRESET No.)
--- ****.** kHz at AM band
****.** MHz at FM band
TUNER PRESET change to No.**
ANAM
ANFM
ANAUTO
ANMANUAL
TUNER BAND , MODE change
---Band set to AM
---Band set to FM
---Tuning mode set to AUTO mode
---Tuning mode set to MANUAL mode
TM
example
TFAN105000<CR>
(1050.00kHz at AM)
TPANA1<CR>
(PRESET No.”A1”)
TMANAM<CR>
TMANFM<CR>
TMANAUTO<CR>
TMANMANUAL<CR>
※XM Control(North America model only)
TF
EVENT
PARAMETER
XM*** (3 digits)
--- ***:XM CH No.
TP
XM**(PRESET No.)
XM PRESET change to No.**
XM
CH NAME ********
(8 digit)
ARTIST
****************
(16 digit)
TITLE
****************
(16 digit)
XMID ********
(8 digit)
SIGNAL GOOD
SIGNAL WEAK
SIGNAL MARGINAL
SIGNAL NOSIGNAL
XM CH NAME change
example
TFXM001<CR>
(XM001 CH)
TPXMA1<CR>
(PRESET No.”A1”)
TMCH NAME 20 on 20<CR>
XM ARTIST NAME change
TMARTIST EMINEM
<CR>
XM TITLE NAME change
TMTITLE JUST LOSE IT
<CR>
XM RADIO ID(XM000 Selected)
TMXMID J3JU703B<CR>
XM ANTENNA SIGNAL STATUS change
TMSIGNAL
TMSIGNAL
TMSIGNAL
TMSIGNAL
function
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GOOD<CR>
WEAK<CR>
MARGINAL<CR>
NOSIGNAL<CR>
※iRadio/mServer/USB Extended Control
EVENT
PARAMETER
NSA
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
function
Onscreen Display Information is Answered
By the NSA Command.
Display Line1 Information
Display Line3 Information
Display Line4 Information
Display Line5 Information
Display Line6 Information
Display Line7 Information
Display Line8 Information
Display Line9 Information
Display Line10 Information
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NSA0**************_?????<CR>
NSA1※************_?????<CR>
NSA2※************_?????<CR>
NSA3※************_?????<CR>
NSA4※************_?????<CR>
NSA5※************_?????<CR>
NSA6※************_?????<CR>
NSA7**************_?????<CR>
NSA8**************_?????<CR>
*:Character Length MAX96
_:Null
?:Exclusion(The character after Null
should be disregarded)
※:Cursor&Playable Music
Infomation Data(1Byte)
Bit1:Playable Music =1
Bit2,3:Don't Care
Bit4:CURSOR SELECT=1
Bit5,6,7,8:Don't Care
<example>
NSA0Now Playing USB_????<CR>
NSA1※Come Away With Me_???<CR>
NSA2※Norah Jones_?????????<CR>
NSA3※_????????????????????<CR>
NSA4※_????????????????????<CR>
NSA5※00:11
100%_???????<CR>
NSA6※_????????????????????<CR>
NSA7_????????????????????<CR>
NSA8_????????????????????<CR>
EVENT
PARAMETER
NSE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
function
Onscreen Display Information(mserver/iRadio) is
Answered By the NSE Command.
Display Line1 Information
Display Line3 Information
Display Line4 Information
Display Line5 Information
Display Line6 Information
Display Line7 Information
Display Line8 Information
Display Line9 Information
Display Line10 Information
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NSE0**************_?????<CR>
NSE1※************_?????<CR>
NSE2※************_?????<CR>
NSE3※************_?????<CR>
NSE4※************_?????<CR>
NSE5※************_?????<CR>
NSE6※************_?????<CR>
NSE7**************_?????<CR>
NSE8**************_?????<CR>
*:UTF-8 CODE Character(MAX95byte)
_:Null
?: Don't Care (The character after Null
should be disregarded)
※:Cursor&Playable Music
Information Data(1Byte)
Bit1:Playable Music =1
Bit2,3:Don't Care
Bit4:CURSOR SELECT=1
Bit5,6,7,8:Don't Care
************_?????:96byte Fixed
<example>
NSE0Now Playing USB_????<CR>
NSE1※Come Away With Me_???<CR>
NSE2※Norah Jones_?????????<CR>
NSE3※_????????????????????<CR>
NSE4※_????????????????????<CR>
NSE5※00:11
100%_???????<CR>
NSE6※_????????????????????<CR>
NSE7_????????????????????<CR>
NSE8_????????????????????<CR>
※iPod Extended Control
EVENT
PARAMETER
IPA
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
function
Onscreen Display Information is Answered
By the IPA Command.
Display Line1 Information
Display Line3 Information
Display Line4 Information
Display Line5 Information
Display Line6 Information
Display Line7 Information
Display Line8 Information
Display Line9 Information
Display Line10 Information
Display Line11 Information
IPA0***************_???<CR>
IPA1※*************_???<CR>
IPA2※*************_???<CR>
IPA3※*************_???<CR>
IPA4※*************_???<CR>
IPA5※*************_???<CR>
IPA6※*************_???<CR>
IPA7※*************_???<CR>
IPA8#**************_???<CR>
IPA9***************_???<CR>
*:Character Length MAX96
_:Null
?:Exclusion(The character after Null
should be disregarded)
※:Cursor Infomation Data(1Byte)
Bit1:Playable Music=1
Bit2:Display Only=1
Bit3:Don't Care
Bit4:CURSOR SELECT=1
Bit5,6,7,8:Don't Care
#:Bit1-8:Don’t Care
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EVENT
PARAMETER
function
IPA
<example1>
IPA0Artist??????????????????<CR>
IPA1※ Ana Caram_????????????<CR>
IPA2※ Badi Assad_???????????<CR>
IPA3※ Christy Baron_????????<CR>
IPA4※ Marta Gomez_??????????<CR>
IPA5※ Rebecca Pidgeon_??????<CR>
IPA6※ Sara K_???????????????<CR>
IPA7※ Valerie Joyce_????????<CR>
IPA8# SFL Songs RPT All_???<CR>
IPA9 [
2/
6]_?????????<CR>
<example2>
IPA0Now Playing iPod_???????<CR>
IPA1※ A HARD DAY'S NIGHT._??<CR>
IPA2※ /The Beatles_?????????<CR>
IPA3※_??????????????????????<CR>
IPA4※ A HARD DAY'S NIGHT_???<CR>
IPA5※ 00:04_??????????????<CR>
IPA6※_??????????????????????<CR>
IPA7※_??????????????????????<CR>
IPA8# SFL Songs RPT All_???<CR>
IPA9????????????????????????<CR>
- 41 -
EVENT
PARAMETER
IPE
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
function
Onscreen Display Information(iPod) is Answered
By the IPA Command.
Display Line1 Information
Display Line3 Information
Display Line4 Information
Display Line5 Information
Display Line6 Information
Display Line7 Information
Display Line8 Information
Display Line9 Information
Display Line10 Information
Display Line11 Information
IPE0***************_???<CR>
IPE1※*************_???<CR>
IPE2※*************_???<CR>
IPE3※*************_???<CR>
IPE4※*************_???<CR>
IPE5※*************_???<CR>
IPE6※*************_???<CR>
IPE7※*************_???<CR>
IPE8#**************_???<CR>
IPE9***************_???<CR>
*:UTF-8 CODE Character(MAX95byte)
_:Null
?:Exclusion(The character after Null
should be disregarded)
※:Cursor Information Data(1Byte)
Bit1:Playable Music=1
Bit2:Display Only=1
Bit3:Don't Care
Bit4:CURSOR SELECT=1
Bit5-8:Don't Care
#:Bit1-8:Don’t Care
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EVENT
PARAMETER
function
IPE
<example1>
IPE0Artist??????????????????<CR>
IPE1※ Ana Caram_????????????<CR>
IPE2※ Badi Assad_???????????<CR>
IPE3※ Christy Baron_????????<CR>
IPE4※ Marta Gomez_??????????<CR>
IPE5※ Rebecca Pidgeon_??????<CR>
IPE6※ Sara K_???????????????<CR>
IPE7※ Valerie Joyce_????????<CR>
IPE8# SFL Songs RPT All_???<CR>
IPE9 [
2/
6]_?????????<CR>
<example2>
IPE0Now Playing iPod_???????<CR>
IPE1※ A HARD DAY'S NIGHT._??<CR>
IPE2※ /The Beatles_?????????<CR>
IPE3※_??????????????????????<CR>
IPE4※ A HARD DAY'S NIGHT_???<CR>
IPE5※ 00:04_??????????????<CR>
IPE6※_??????????????????????<CR>
IPE7※_??????????????????????<CR>
IPE8# SFL Songs RPT All_???<CR>
IPE9_??????????????????????<CR>
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※Remote Lock/Panel Lock
EVENT
SY
PARAMETER
REMOTE LOCK ON
REMOTE LOCK OFF
PANEL LOCK ON
PANEL+V LOCK ON
PANEL LOCK OFF
function
REMOTE CONTROL LOCK ON/OFF
PANEL BUTTON(Except MASTER VOL.)CONTROL LOCK ON
PANEL BUTTON & MASTER VOL. CONTROL LOCK ON
PANEL BUTTUM & MASTER VOL. CONTROL LOCK OFF
- 44 -
example
SYREMOTE LOCK ON<CR>
SYREMOTE LOCK OFF<CR>
SYPANEL LOCK ON<CR>
SYPANEL+V LOCK ON<CR>
SYPANEL LOCK OFF<CR>