Insignia NS-R5101HD Stereo System User Manual

Insignia NS-R5101HD Stereo System User Manual
Quick Setup Guide I NS-R5101HD 5.1 Receiver
Congratulations on your purchase of
a high-quality Insignia product. Your
5.1-channel surround sound receiver
is designed for reliable and troublefree performance.
Use this guide for initial setup of your
receiver. If you have questions, see
your User Guide for more information.
1 Install remote control batteries
Remove the cover from the back of the remote control, insert the batteries
as indicated in the battery compartment, then replace the cover.
2 Connect speakers
Position speakers around your room and connect as shown.
Loosen cap, insert speaker wire into the side, then tighten cap.
Front
right
Front
left
Center
Package contents
• Remote control
• AAA batteries
• FM antenna
• AM loop antenna
Power amplifier
• Microphone for auto setup
• Quick Setup Guide
• User Guide
Surround back
speakers
Powered subwoofer
AAA batteries
1
TV or screen
5
Front right speaker
2
Front left speaker
6
Surround back left speaker
3
Subwoofer
7
Surround back right speaker
4
Center speaker
8
Listening position
Surround Surround
right
left
Microphone
3 Connect devices
You can connect headphones and one device, such as game console or video camera, to the front of your NS-R5101 receiver.
Remote
control
ON/STANDBY
Press to turn on your receiver
or put it in standby mode
during normal operation.
Speaker On/Off
Press to turn off speakers
when using headphones or
TV speakers.
Input Selector
Turn the knob to switch
between components such
as tuner, DVD, CD, or TV.
Volume
FM antenna
AM loop antenna
Power
Press to turn off main power before
connecting components.
Headphone Jack
BAND
Press to select
the radio band,
FM, FM-MONO,
or AM.
Tuning/Preset
Press TUNING buttons to choose an AM
or FM radio station. Press PRESET buttons
to choose a saved station.
Video 3 Input
Connect a game console
or video camera here.
3 Connect devices, continued
For each device, plug one end of the cable into the back of your receiver. Plug the other end into the device you are connecting. Use the input buttons on your remote control to switch between devices.
SURROUND BACK PRE OUTS
To extend your system to 7.1, connect the PRE
OUT SURROUND BACK to a powered amplifier
connected to speakers. A separate amp is
necessary to make these speakers work.
AUDIO IN GAME/AUX2 L/R
Connect the audio for the GAME/AUX 2 device.
SUBWOOFER PRE OUT
Connect a powered subwoofer to
this SUBWOOFER PRE OUT jack.
CD IN L/R AUDIO
Connect a CD player to these jacks.
MONITOR OUT
Connect a TV to this jack, using a Composite cable (not included).
VIDEO IN GAME AUX2
Connect a VCR to these VIDEO DVD IN
jacks, using a Composite Connect a Blu-ray Disc player or DVD player to this
cable (not included). jack, using a Composite cable (not included).
AUDIO OUT
Connect to a device that
requires a composite video
output connection, like a
recording device.
AUDIO OUT
Connect to a device that requires left/right audio
output connection, like a recording device.
VIDEO CABLE/SAT IN
Connect cable or satellite TV
to this jack, using a Composite
cable (not included).
SPEAKERS
Connect speakers to these jacks.
IR IN
Connect an IR receiver to this jack.
HDMI IN DVD
HDMI IN CABLE/SAT
HDMI IN GAME/AUX2
Connect HDMI devices to these jacks.
HDMI OUT
Connect a TV using an
HDMI cable (not included).
OPTICAL IN1 GAME/AUX2
OPTICAL IN2 CABLE/SAT
Connect an optical digital audio
device to these jacks.
CABLE/SAT IN AUDIO L/R
Connect the audio for the
CABLE/SAT device.
COAXIAL IN1
Connect a coaxial digital
audio device to this jack.
TV IN AUDIO L/R
Connect the audio for a TV to hear
its sound through your receiver.
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Connect a TV to these jacks, using a
Component cable (not included).
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT 1 and 2
Connect a DVD player, set-top box, or other
component using a Component cable (not included).
ANTENNA GND/AM Loop
Connect the FM and AM loop
antennas to listen to radio
broadcasts.
DVD IN AUDIO L/R
Connect the audio for the device connected
to the COMPONENT VIDEO IN 1 (DVD) jacks
or the VIDEO DVD IN jack.
CD player
Connecting a VCR
To connect a VCR:
1 Connect a standard video cable to the VIDEO IN
GAME/AUX2 jack on the back of your receiver
and to the VIDEO OUT jack on the VCR.
CD Player
Receiver
Antenna
for FM radio
for AM radio
Receiver
Receiver
2 Connect a standard video cable to the VIDEO
OUT GAME/AUX2 jack on the back of your
receiver and to the VIDEO IN jack on the VCR.
3 Connect an audio cable to the AUDIO IN
GAME/AUX2 L/R jacks on the back of your
receiver and to the AUDIO OUT jacks on the VCR.
4 Connect an audio cable to the AUDIO OUT
GAME/AUX2 L/R jacks on the back of your
receiver and to the AUDIO IN jacks on the VCR.
Connecting a TV
Connecting a Blu-ray Disc player or DVD player
To connect a Blu-ray Disc player or DVD
player using HDMI (Best):
• Connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI IN DVD
jack on the back of your receiver and to the
HDMI OUT jack on the player.
To connect a Blu-ray Disc player or DVD player
using component video (Better):
1 Connect a component video cable to the
COMPONENT VIDEO IN 1 (DVD) jacks on the
back of your receiver and to the COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT jacks on the player.
Blu-Ray Disc player
or DVD player
Blu-Ray Disc player
or DVD player
To connect a Blu-ray Disc player or DVD player
using standard (composite) video (Good):
1 Connect a standard video cable to the VIDEO
DVD IN jack on the back of your receiver and
to the VIDEO OUT jack on the player.
To connect a TV using HDMI (Best):
• Connect an HDMI cable to the
HDMI OUT jack on the back of
your receiver and to the HDMI IN
jack on the TV.
NOTE: An HDMI cable carries both video and audio. You do
not need to make an audio connection.
Blu-Ray Disc player
or DVD player
To connect a TV using component video (Better):
Connect a component video cable to the COMPONENT VIDEO
OUT jacks on the back of your receiver and to the COMPONENT
VIDEO IN jacks on the TV.
2 Connect an audio cable to the DVD IN AUDIO L/R
jacks on the back of your receiver and to the AUDIO
OUT jacks on the player. Or use digital (noted
below) for better Audio experience.
NOTE: An HDMI cable carries both video and audio.
You do not need to make an audio connection.
2 Connect an audio cable to the AUDIO IN DVD
jacks on the back of your receiver and to the
AUDIO OUT jacks on the player. Or use digital
(noted below) for better Audio experience.
Connecting a Cable TV or Satellite Box
To connect a cable or satellite box using
CABLE/SAT box using HDMI (Best):
• Connect an HDMI cable to the HDMI IN
CABLE/SAT jack on the back of your receiver
and to the HDMI OUT jack on the player.
To connect a cable or satellite box using
CABLE/SAT box using component video (Better):
1 Connect a component video cable to the
COMPONENT VIDEO IN 2 (CABLE/SAT) jacks
on the back of your receiver and to the
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks on the player.
Blu-Ray Disc player
or CABLE/SAT box
Blu-Ray Disc player
or CABLE/SAT box
To connect a cable or satellite box using CABLE/
SAT box using standard (composite) video (Good):
1 Connect a standard video cable to the VIDEO
CABLE/SAT IN jack on the back of your receiver
and to the VIDEO OUT jack on the player.
To connect a TV using standard (composite) video (Good):
Connect a standard (composite) video cable to the MONITOR OUT
jack on the back of your receiver and to the VIDEO IN jack on the TV.
Blu-Ray Disc player
or CABLE/SAT box
To connect a TV to hear its sound through the receiver:
Connect an audio cable to the TV IN AUDIO L/R jacks on the back of
your receiver and to the AUDIO OUT jacks on the TV.
NOTE: When viewing video program sources through MONITOR OUT jack, you must use the same type of video
jacks that you did connect to video playback components such as Blu-ray Disc player, DVD player, or cable TV
tuner.
CABLE/
SAT
NOTE: An HDMI cable carries both video and audio.
You do not need to make an audio connection.
2 Connect an audio cable to the CABLE/SAT IN
AUDIO L/R jacks on the back of your receiver
and to the AUDIO OUT jacks on the player or use
digital (noted below) for better Audio experience.
2 Connect an audio cable to the AUDIO IN
CABLE/SAT jacks on the back of your receiver
and to the AUDIO OUT jacks on the player or use
digital (noted below) for better Audio experience.
Connecting a device to the front AV jacks
Connecting digital audio
To connect a device to the front
AV jacks:
1 Connect a standard (composite)
video cable to the AUX 1 VIDEO
jack on the front of your receiver
and to a standard video device.
2 Connect an audio cable to the
AUX 1 L/R jacks on the front of
your receiver and to the audio
out jacks on the device.
To connect digital audio:
1 Connect the video for a device to the CD, GAME/AUX2, DVD, or
CABLE/SAT video jack(s).
2 Connect the digital audio for the device to a digital audio jack
on the back of your receiver.
• If the device has a coaxial digital audio jack, connect a 75Ω
coaxial digital audio cable to the COAXIAL IN 1 (DVD) jack on
the back of your receiver and to the COAXIAL OUT jack on the
digital audio device.
Or,
• If the device has an optical digital audio jack, connect an
optical digital audio cable to the OPTICAL IN 1 (GAME/AUX2)
or OPTICAL IN 2 (CABLE/SAT) jack on the back of your receiver
and to the OPTICAL OUT jack on the digital audio device.
3 Press input selector button on the remote control (CD,
GAME/AUX2, DVD, or CABLE/SAT) to select the video
jack(s) the device is connected to, then press D.INPUTS
one or more times to select the audio jack(s) the device
is connected to. Each time you press D.INPUTS the
audio source changes from O(ptical) 1, to O(ptical) 2, to
C(oaxial) 1, H(DMI), or A(nalog).
NOTE: If you press select CD, you cannot select HDMI as the audio source.
NOTE: The default settings are as for the digital audio jacks are:
• OPTICAL IN 1 for devices connected to the video GAME/AUX 2 jack.
• OPTICAL IN 2 for devices connected to the video CABLE/SAT jack.
• COAXIAL IN 1 for devices connected to DVD video jack.
4 Connect power
1.
2.
3.
5 Complete setup
Connect the power cord to a power outlet.
Press POWER on the front of your receiver.
Press STANDBY/ON on the receiver or POWER ON on your remote control to turn on the receiver.
Adjust speaker settings with Auto Setup
1. Connect the supplied microphone to the SETUP MIC jack
on the front of your receiver.
•
Press the input buttons on your remote control or rotate the INPUT SELECTOR knob on the
front of your receiver to switch between devices. See “Selecting the input source” in your User
Guide for more information.
•
Press the SOUND PARAMETER button on your remote control to adjust the sound
parameter. See “Adjusting sound parameters” in your User Guide for more information.
INPUT SELECTOR knob (receiver front)
Input buttons (remote control)
NOTES:
• Because the microphone for Auto Setup is designed for use with this receiver,
do not use a microphone other than the one supplied with this receiver.
• After you have completed the auto setup procedure, disconnect the
microphone.
2. For best results, place the microphone close to the area in
which you’ll be sitting.
3. See “Setting the listening environment (ROOM EQ)” in your
User Guide for more information on how to complete the
auto speaker setup procedure.
For additional help setting up your receiver, call (877) 467-4289.
For information on using your receiver or for basic troubleshooting tips, see the Troubleshooting section in your User Guide.
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