MV-5 Processor
User Guide
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce
heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug
has two blades with one wider than the other. A
grounding-type plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong. The wide blade or the third
prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet, consult
an electrician for replacement of the obsolete
outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on
or pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from
the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by
the manufacturer.
Use only with the cart, stand,
tripod, bracket or table specified
by the manufacturer, or sold with
the apparatus. When a cart is
used, use caution when moving
the cart/apparatus combination
to avoid injury from tip-over.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms
or when unused for long periods of time.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric
shock, do not expose this apparatus
to rain or moisture.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has
been damaged in any way, such as when a
power supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid
has been spilled or objects have fallen into the
apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to
rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or
has been dropped.
15. Do not expose this apparatus to dripping or
splashing and ensure that no objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, are placed on the
apparatus.
16. To completely disconnect this apparatus from
the AC Mains, disconnect the power supply
cord plug from the AC receptacle.
17. The MAINS cord is intended to be the safety
disconnect device for this apparatus and shall
remain readily operable at all times.
18. Do not expose batteries to excessive heat, such
as sunshine, fire, or the like.
19. This product shall be connected to a MAINS
socket outlet with a protective earthing
connection.
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and radiates radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may 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:
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.
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Re-orient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment
and the 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/
television technician for help.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept
interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
CAUTION
Changes or modifications not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
Canada
This Class B digital apparatus complies with
Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
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 product.
Lexicon, “Logic 7”, and the L7 logo are registered trademarks of Harman International Industries, Inc.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby”, “Pro Logic”, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
“DTS” and “DTS-ES | Neo:6” are registered trademarks of DTS, Inc. and “96/24” is a trademark of DTS, Inc.
“Faroudja” and “DCDi by Faroudja” are trademarks of Genesis Microchip, Inc.
“HD-DVD” is a trademark of the DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation (DVD FLLC).
“HDMI”, the HDMI logo, and “High-Definition Multimedia Interface” are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing
LLC.
Lexicon Inc.
3 Oak Park Drive
Bedford, MA 01730-1413 USA
Tel
781-280-0300
Fax
781-280-0490
www.lexicon.com
Customer Service
Telephone:
781-280-0300
Sales Fax:
781-280-0495
Service Fax:
781-280-0499
“iPod” and “iTunes” are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
“SACD” is a trademark of Sony Electronics, Inc.
“Windows” is a trademark of Microsoft, Inc.
“DLP” and “Digital Light Processing” are trademarks of Texas Instruments, Inc.
Other company and product names may be trademarks of the respective companies with which they are associated.
© 2007 Harman Specialty Group and Harman International Industries, Incorporated. All rights reserved.
Harman Specialty Group is a wholly-owned company of Harman International, Inc.
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This document should not be construed as a commitment on the part of Harman Specialty Group. The information it contains is
subject to change without notice. Harman Specialty Group assumes no responsibility for errors that may appear within this
document.
Introduction
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DOCUMENTATION CONVENTIONS
This document contains general safety, installation and operation instructions for the MV-5 Processor. It is important to read this user guide
before attempting to use the product. Pay particular attention to safety instructions.
Note: This manual is not intended as a general reference guide for home theater systems. If you’re uncertain how to proceed in setting up or maintaining
your system, seek the advice of a professional installer or ask your dealer for their recommendations.
All graphics of the product are included for reference only and may not completely reflect the physical product that is shipped.
The following symbols are used in the document:
Appears on the component to indicate the
presence of uninsulated, dangerous voltage
inside the enclosure – voltage that may be
sufficient to constitute a risk of shock.
Appears on the component to indicate important
operating and maintenance instructions in the
accompanying literature.
WARNING
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Calls attention to a procedure, practice,
condition or the like that, if not correctly
performed or adhered to, could result in injury or
death.
CAUTION!
Calls attention to a procedure, practice,
condition or the like that, if not correctly
performed or adhered to, could result in damage
or destruction to part or all of the product.
Note:
Calls attention to information that is essential to
highlight.
Introduction
MV-5
Table of Contents
Documentation Conventions........................................................ ii
Getting Started
About the MV-5 ........................................................................ 1-2
Product Registration .................................................................. 1-2
Highlights ................................................................................. 1-2
What’s in the Box ...................................................................... 1-3
Available Options ...................................................................... 1-3
D-1 iPod Docking Station Option .......................................... 1-3
RF-1 Receiver Option ............................................................. 1-3
Installation Considerations......................................................... 1-4
Remote Control Battery Installation ........................................... 1-4
Basic Operation
Front Panel Overview ................................................................ 2-2
Rear Panel Overview.................................................................. 2-5
PC & Dock Overview................................................................. 2-8
Remote Control Overview ......................................................... 2-8
Operation Considerations ...................................................... 2-8
MV-5 Menu Overview ........................................................... 2-9
Menu Navigation .................................................................. 2-9
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Remote Control Buttons ...................................................... 2-10
Menu Options ..................................................................... 2-11
Menu Item Selection ........................................................... 2-11
Remote Control Light Button .............................................. 2-11
Command Matrix ............................................................... 2-11
Setup
Setup ........................................................................................ 3-2
Display Setup ............................................................................ 3-3
Speaker/EQ Setup ..................................................................... 3-5
Manual .................................................................................. 3-6
Semi Autocal.......................................................................... 3-6
Full Autocal ............................................................................ 3-6
Manual Speaker Setup............................................................... 3-8
Speakers Menu ..................................................................... 3-9
Speaker Distances Menu ..................................................... 3-10
Output Levels Menu ............................................................ 3-11
Input Setup ............................................................................. 3-13
Advanced Video .................................................................. 3-19
Listening Modes...................................................................... 3-22
Selecting a Listening Mode ................................................. 3-22
DTS + Dolby Listening Modes ............................................. 3-22
Available Listening Modes ................................................... 3-23
Listening Mode Descriptions ............................................... 3-26
5.1-channel & 7.1-channel Direct Inputs ............................. 3-28
DTS & Dolby Status Displays ............................................... 3-28
Surround Configuration .......................................................... 3-29
Dolby Configuration ............................................................... 3-31
Mute Levels............................................................................. 3-32
Power On Settings .................................................................. 3-32
Audio Controls & Video Status
Audio Controls .......................................................................... 4-2
Video Status .............................................................................. 4-4
PC & Dock Controls
PC & Dock Overview................................................................. 5-2
PC Controls............................................................................... 5-2
Setting Up to Play ................................................................. 5-2
Playing PC Media .................................................................. 5-3
Dock Functionality .................................................................... 5-4
Connecting the Dock to the MV-5 ........................................ 5-4
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Introduction
Selecting the Correct iPod Insert ............................................ 5-4
Docking the iPod ................................................................... 5-5
Dock 2-line Display Characteristics ........................................ 5-5
Controlling the iPod with the MV-5 ....................................... 5-6
Charging the iPod ................................................................. 5-6
Removing the iPod ................................................................ 5-6
Zone 2 iPod Controls ............................................................. 5-7
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Lock Feature ..........................................................................C-6
Advanced Customizing Tools ................................................C-6
Erasing Commands .............................................................C-13
Restoring Factory Default Settings .......................................C-14
Optional RF-1 Receiver ........................................................... C-14
Using the 3-Digit Code Library ............................................... C-15
3-Digit Pre-programmed Codes ...........................................C-15
Troubleshooting & Maintenance
Appendix D
Troubleshooting ........................................................................6-2
MV-5 Error Messages .................................................................6-7
Video Error Messages ............................................................. 6-7
Autocal Error Messages .......................................................... 6-8
Video Resolutions Table ...........................................................6-10
Routine Maintenance...............................................................6-12
Restoring Factory Default Settings ...........................................6-12
Installation Worksheet ............................................................ D-2
3-Digit Pre-programmed Codes Worksheet .............................. D-6
Appendix A
Specifications.............................................................................A-2
Declaration of Conformity .........................................................A-4
Appendix B
Main Menu: Audio Controls ......................................................B-2
Main Menu: Video Status ..........................................................B-2
Main Menu: Setup.....................................................................B-3
Setup Menu: Display Setup ................................................... B-4
Setup Menu: Surround Config ............................................... B-4
Setup Menu: Speaker/EQ Setup ............................................. B-5
Setup Menu: Input Setup ...................................................... B-6
Appendix C
Remote Control Programming.................................................. C-2
Remote Control Light Button .................................................C-2
Transmitting Icon ..................................................................C-2
Setting Up the Remote Control .............................................C-3
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Index
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Getting Started
About the MV-5 ......................................................................... 1-2
Product Registration ................................................................... 1-2
Highlights .................................................................................. 1-2
What’s in the Box ....................................................................... 1-3
Available Options ....................................................................... 1-3
D-1 iPod Docking Station.......................................................................... 1-3
RF-1 Receiver............................................................................................. 1-3
Installation Considerations.......................................................... 1-4
Remote Control Battery Installation ............................................ 1-4
Getting Started
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ABOUT THE MV-5
HIGHLIGHTS
Thank you for purchasing the MV-5 Processor, a multi-faceted audio
and video preamplifier with built-in processing. In addition, the
MV-5 can accommodate a pair of HDMI source devices and can
connect directly to a PC via USB, enabling the control and playback
of streaming audio files. With the optional dock accessory, iPod
owners can even connect and play their iPod through the MV-5.
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12 configurable inputs, 8 channels, 2 audio zones
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Logic 7 audio processing
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Automatic EQ and speaker calibration (microphone included)
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HDMI inputs and output
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Faroudja® video processing
The MV-5 is designed to serve as the control center for your home
theater system. A landmark product for Lexicon, the MV-5 offers
capabilities never before offered as well as breaking ground with
several brand new features. The MV-5 represents a new age in
audio and video processing equipment from Lexicon.
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RS-232 control, rear panel IR input, 2 trigger outputs
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7.1-channel analog input array
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Universal pre-programmed and learning remote control
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PC-compatible media player support via USB connector
We hope you enjoy your Lexicon experience!
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iPod support (with optional accessory
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RF remote control (with optional accessory)
PRODUCT REGISTRATION
P l e a s e r e g i s t e r y o u r M V- 5 P r o c e s s o r o n l i n e a t
www.harmanspeciatlygroup.com/registration/ within 15 days of
purchase. Retain the sales receipt as proof of warranty coverage.
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WHAT’S IN THE BOX
The following items are included with the MV-5 Processor:
One User Guide (this document)
One Remote Control
Four AAA Batteries (for use with Remote Control)
included) with the sonic power of your Lexicon Processor. Just one
simple connection and you’re ready to go!
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Single connection to your Lexicon Processor
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Plays audio from an iPod through your Lexicon Processor
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Controls your iPod through your Lexicon Processor
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Simple track selection with on-screen navigation
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Charges the iPod
One Microphone
One Microphone Rod
One North American Power Cord
Two Export Power Cords
AVAILABLE OPTIONS
The following accessories are available for purchase as options to
the MV-5 Processor:
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D-1 iPod Docking Station, Part No. 021-18138, allows an iPod
to be connected and controlled by the MV-5 Processor.
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RF-1 Receiver, Part No. 021-18005, allows the remote control
to operate via RF (Radio Frequency), giving the remote a
broader operating range.
RF-1 RECEIVER OPTION
The optional RF-1 Receiver utilizes the RF feature of the Lexicon remote
control, allowing you to control components that are completely
out-of-sight, up to 100-feet away. Since the RF-1 Receiver picks up the
RV-5’s remote control radio frequency signal, the remote control no
longer needs to be pointed directly at the components to control
them. Now you can close your entertainment center doors, hide your
components, and still control them with ease.
The RF-1 Receiver accessory requires no setup to the Lexicon remote
control in order for the feature to work - you need only place the RF-1
Receiver in the rack or cabinet, or attach an emitter to the MV-5 front
panel over the IR receiver. Every time a command is sent from the
remote control, it sends both a standard IR and an RF signal. The RF-1
Receiver automatically receives the remote’s radio signals and
translates them into the infrared commands that control the
components.
D-1 iPOD DOCKING STATION OPTION
The optional D-1 iPod Docking station allows you to enter a new
world of listening enjoyment made possible by combining the
increased storage capacity and playback flexibility of an iPod® (not
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INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS
The MV-5 requires special care during installation to ensure optimal
performance. Pay particular attention to the instructions below and
to other precautions that appear throughout this user guide.
DO install the MV-5 on a solid, flat, level surface such as a table or
shelf.
DO select a dry, well-ventilated location out of direct sunlight.
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REMOTE CONTROL BATTERY
INSTALLATION
The remote control requires four AAA batteries. The batteries
should be replaced as needed. Alkaline batteries, which last longer
without leaking, are recommended. When battery power is low, the
remote control enters a low-voltage condition, preventing it from
operating the MV-5. When this occurs, replace the batteries.
Normal operation will resume when new batteries are installed.
DO NOT expose the MV-5 to high temperatures, humidity, steam,
Note: The Remote Control will not lose any custom settings if the batteries
run out. All custom settings are stored in non-volatile FLASH memory.
smoke, dampness or excessive dust. Avoid installing the MV-5 near
radiators or stacking the MV-5 over other heat-producing
equipment such as a power amplifier.
To replace the remote control batteries:
DO NOT place the MV-5 on a thick rug or carpet, or cover the RV-5
1. Locate the battery compartment on the back of the remote
control. Press the tab and lift the cover away from the remote
control.
with a cloth, as this might prevent proper cooling.
DO NOT place the MV-5 on a windowsill or any location exposed
to direct sunlight.
DO NOT obstruct the front panel IR receiver window. The remote
control must be in line of sight with the IR receiver for proper
operation (unless using the optional RF-1 Receiver).
DO NOT install the MV-5 on a surface that is unstable or unable to
support all four feet.
CAUTION!
Before moving the MV-5, power the unit off using the rear
panel power switch and unplug the power cord from the
wall outlet.
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2. Remove old batteries, if applicable.
3. Observing the proper polarity, insert four AAA batteries.
4. Align the cover over the battery compartment and gently press
down until it snaps back into place.
5. Properly dispose of the old batteries.
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Front Panel Overview ................................................................. 2-2
Rear Panel Overview................................................................... 2-5
PC & Dock Overview.................................................................. 2-8
Remote Control Overview .......................................................... 2-8
Operation Considerations.......................................................................... 2-8
MV-5 Menu Overview ............................................................................... 2-9
Menu Navigation ...................................................................................... 2-9
Remote Control Buttons.......................................................................... 2-10
Menu Options......................................................................................... 2-11
Menu Item Selection ............................................................................... 2-11
Remote Control Light Button .................................................................. 2-11
Command Matrix ................................................................................... 2-11
Basic Operation
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FRONT PANEL OVERVIEW
The MV-5 is shown below. The numbers in the front panel illustration correspond with the numbered items in the text.
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1. Front Panel Display
6. Zone 2 Input Selection Buttons
2. IR Receiver
7. Zone 2 Off Button
3. Volume Knob
8. Main Zone Off Button
4. Mode Buttons
9. Mute Button
5. Main Zone Input Selection Buttons
10. ON/Standby Button
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1. FRONT PANEL DISPLAY
Use the front panel 2-line display to view the current input source,
input type, listening mode, and volume level. The 2 x 20 character
display also functions as a display for messages and menus, one line
at a time.
2. While holding down the Zone 2 input button, rotate the volume
knob clockwise to increase the volume or counter-clockwise to
decrease the volume. On the front panel 2-line display, the
bottom left side displays that Zone 2 is selected and the bottom
right side indicates the current volume level.
Note: If you attempt to set the volume higher than the maximum or lower
than the minimum volume levels, the displayed volume level flashes.
2. IR RECEIVER
The IR receiver receives infrared commands from the MV-5 remote
control. Blocking the IR receiver will prevent the remote control
from functioning properly (unless using the optional RF-1
Receiver).
4. MODE BUTTONS
3. VOLUME KNOB
Use the Mode buttons to scroll to the previous ( ) or next ( )
available listening mode. Scrolling the Mode button reveals the
entire list of listening modes available for the currently selected
input and mode family. For more information on selecting listening
modes, refer to Section 3: Setup.
Use the volume knob to adjust the volume level. The adjustable volume
range is -80 dB to +10 dB in 1 dB increments.
5. MAIN ZONE INPUT SELECTION BUTTONS
Note: The maximum volume level may be lower than +10 dB due to the
output level settings of the speakers. Refer to Section 3: Setup for more
information on setting the speaker output levels.
To adjust the Main Zone volume level:
Rotate the volume knob clockwise to increase or counter-clockwise
to decrease the volume level in 1dB increments. The current
volume level is indicated on the bottom right side of the 2-line front
panel display.
To adjust the Zone 2 volume level:
1. Press and hold the front panel Zone 2 input selection button that
corresponds with the current input source. For instance, if DVD is
the current Zone 2 input source, press and hold the DVD input
selection button in the Zone 2 area of the front panel.
Individually select each of the twelve inputs available in the Main
Zone. When an input is selected, a blue LED lights in the
corresponding input selection button. When the Main Zone is
deactivated, pressing a Main Zone input selection button activates
the corresponding input in the Main Zone.
When the MV-5 is in Standby, pressing a Main Zone input selection
button powers on the MV-5, selects the input in the Main Zone,
and turns off Zone 2.
6. ZONE 2 INPUT SELECTION BUTTONS
Individually select each of the twelve inputs available in Zone 2.
When an input is selected, an amber LED lights on the
corresponding input selection button. When Zone 2 is deactivated,
pressing a Zone 2 input selection button activates the
corresponding input in Zone 2.
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When the MV-5 is in Standby, pressing a Zone 2 input selection
button powers on the MV-5, selects the input in Zone 2, and turns
off the Main Zone.
7. ZONE 2 OFF BUTTON
Deactivates Zone 2. When Zone 2 is off, the Zone 2 OFF button on
the front panel lights red.
8. MAIN ZONE OFF BUTTON
Deactivates the Main Zone. When the Main Zone is off, the Main
Zone OFF button on the front panel lights red.
Note: Activating the Main Zone OFF button on the front panel turns off
the audio, however the video continues to be output through both the
analog and HDMI video outs. If using the HDMI Video In connection, only
the HDMI video is output. If the analog Video In is used, then both analog
and HDMI video is output. Main Zone OSD (On-Screen Display) menus
are also still available.
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The LED in the MUTE button lights red when the Main Zone mute is
active, green when the Zone 2 mute is active, and amber when
both Zones are muted. The volume can also be muted by using the
MUTE button on the remote control, which functions in the same
manner. However, the remote only mutes Zone 2 if the touch
screen is in the “Zone 2” menu layer.
10. ON/STANDBY BUTTON
Toggles the MV-5 between On and Standby. The rear panel Power
Switch must be set to the ON position for the Standby button to be
active. When the MV-5 is in the standby mode, pressing the
Standby button turns the unit on and changes the light in the
Standby button from red to blue. Power is still supplied to the
MV-5 when standby mode is activated.
When the rear panel Power Switch is set to the ON position or AC
power is applied or restored, the MV-5 automatically enters the
standby mode.
Note: When taken out of standby, the MV-5 activates the Zone inputs
that were active in the previous operating session.
9. MUTE BUTTON
Mutes the Main Zone and Zone 2 volumes. Press the MUTE button to
mute the Main Zone volume level; “MUTE ON” appears in the 2-line
and OSD displays. Press the MUTE button again to restore the volume
to its original level. If a front panel Zone 2 input button is held down,
then pressing the MUTE button on the front panel will mute the Zone
2 output.
On the remote control, pressing the volume button once while the
volume is muted, turns off mute. Pressing and holding the Volume
button, while the sound is muted, resets to the original pre-mute
volume level and then increases or decreases the volume from that
point, turning off mute.
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REAR PANEL OVERVIEW
The MV-5 rear panel is shown below. The numbers in the rear panel illustrations correspond with the numbered items in the text.
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1. 8-CH Analog Audio Input Connector
Array
7. Component Video Input Connectors
14. RS-232 Connector
8. Component Video Output Connector
15. Preamplifier Outputs
2. Digital Audio Input Connectors
9. HDMI Input Connectors
16. Dock Connector
3. USB Connector
10. HDMI Output Connector
17. Zone 2 Audio Output Connectors
4. IR Input Connector
11. Power Switch
18. Stereo Analog Audio Input Connectors
5. S-Video/Composite Input Connectors
12. AC Input Connector
19. Microphone Input Connector
6. S-Video/Composite Ouput Connectors
13. Trigger Output Connectors
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CAUTION!
connection) or mono plug (Tip/Sleeve connection).
Never make or break connections to the MV-5 unless the
MV-5 and all associated components are powered off.
5. S-VIDEO/COMPOSITE INPUT CONNECTORS
1. 8-CH ANALOG AUDIO INPUT CONNECTOR
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Provides 8-channel analog audio input via eight RCA connectors
labeled Front L/R, Center, LFE, Side L/R and Rear L/R. These inputs
are used to connect source devices such as high-resolution DVD
players, DVD-Audio, or SACD players with discrete analog audio
outputs. Depending on the source device in use, all eight
connectors may be used, although only the Front L/R, Center, Side
L/R, and LFE are required for 5.1 analog audio signals.
2. DIGITAL AUDIO INPUT CONNECTORS
Provide the S-Video & Composite analog video inputs. Four
composite video connectors labeled 1 to 4 and four S-Video
connectors labeled 1 to 4 are available.
6. S-VIDEO/COMPOSITE OUTPUT CONNECTORS
Provide the S-Video & Composite video outputs. One composite
video connector and one S-Video connector are available.
7. COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT CONNECTORS
Provide inputs that can be used with any source device that is
equipped with analog Y/Pr/Pb or RGB component video outputs.
Three inputs, labeled Component Video 1 to 3, are supplied.
Provide digital audio input via four S/PDIF optical (TOSLINK) and four
S/PDIF coaxial (RCA) input connectors. Connectors are compatible
with most PCM, Dolby Digital, and DTS sources.
8. COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUT CONNECTOR
3. USB CONNECTOR
Provides one component output that can be used with any device that
is equipped with analog Y/Pr/Pb or RGB component video intputs.
Provides a USB port to connect to a PC computer, enabling the user
to listen to audio from the computer through the MV-5 Processor.
The USB connector port is a “mini B” connector and requires a USB
cable (not included). See Section 5: PC & Dock Controls for more
information on the playback of computer audio.
9. HDMI INPUT CONNECTORS
Provide two HDMI inputs for devices such as a DVD player or HDTV
tuner.
4. IR INPUT CONNECTOR
10. HDMI OUTPUT CONNECTOR
Accepts input of IR signals from infrared distribution equipment via
one 3.5mm jack that accepts a stereo plug (Tip/Ring/Sleeve
Provides one HDMI output for HDMI-equipped video monitors.
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11. POWER SWITCH
15. PREAMPLIFIER OUTPUTS
Use the Power Switch to connect or disconnect power from the AC
Input connector to the MV-5 Processor. When the MV-5 is powered
on, the front panel Standby button or remote control ON & OFF
buttons can be used to activate and deactivate standby mode. When
the MV-5 is powered off via the rear panel switch, the standby and
ON modes are not available.
Provide output for external power amplifiers for applications that
require them.
12. AC INPUT CONNECTOR
Provides power to the MV-5 through the supplied power cord.
13. TRIGGER OUTPUT CONNECTORS
Provide a 12V DC output to control connected components. Two
trigger output connectors are available as 3.5 mm mono mini
phone jacks. The OUT 1 connector is the power trigger and is not
configurable; it is activated when the MV-5 is powered on or taken
out of Standby mode, and deactivated when the MV-5 is powered
off, either from the rear panel or by putting the MV-5 into Standby
mode. The OUT 2 connector can be configured independently for
each input, refer to Section 3: Setup for more information on how to
configure the OUT 2 trigger.
Note: The OUT 2 trigger is referred to as “TRIGGER 2” in the Input Setup
menu.
14. RS-232 CONNECTOR
The RS-232 serial connector provides serial remote control through a
standard RS-232 connection. Refer to the Lexicon website
(www.lexicon.com) for more details on controlling the MV-5 Processor
via the RS-232 connection.
16. DOCK CONNECTOR
Provides an interface for an iPod, which can then be accessed
through the MV-5 rear panel. To use this feature, the D-1 Dock
option must be installed to the DOCK connector. With a
compatible iPod connected to the MV-5, selecting the DOCK input
allows you to play audio files from the iPod. You can view and
navigate through the iPod menus using the MV-5 remote control.
For more information on the Dock option and how to use your
MV-5 with an iPod, refer to Section 5: PC & Dock Controls.
17. ZONE 2 AUDIO OUTPUT CONNECTORS
Provide preamplifier audio outputs for Zone 2.
18. STEREO ANALOG AUDIO INPUT CONNECTORS
Provide stereo analog audio input. Six stereo analog audio input
RCA connectors labeled 1 to 6 are available.
19. MICROPHONE INPUT CONNECTOR
Provides a microphone input for system calibration. The
microphone input is only for use with the supplied microphone
during the system calibration process. See Section 3: Setup for more
information regarding system calibration and setup.
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PC & DOCK OVERVIEW
REMOTE CONTROL OVERVIEW
The PC & Dock inputs are the only “hard-wired” inputs in the MV-5
Processor. Unlike the other inputs, both have very specific
audio-only functionality.
The MV-5 Processor remote control provides full operation of the
MV-5 including commands, such as menu navigation, that are not
available from the front panel. It is also designed to provide control
for the entire home theater system. This section provides a brief
overview of the remote control functions used to control the MV-5
Processor. For detailed universal remote control operation,
programming instructions, and manufacturing codes, refer to
Appendix C.
The PC input is tied to the USB input on the rear panel and is for use
with media player software on a connected PC computer. The Dock
input is for use with the optional D-1 Dock accessory and is tied to
the DOCK input on the rear panel. This input is only for use with
iPod players.
While both of these inputs have devoted Remote Control menu
controls, there are NO front panel controls for use with the PC and
DOCK inputs.
For more information about the PC & Dock operation, refer to
Section 5: PC & Dock Controls.
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OPERATION CONSIDERATIONS
The following factors can improve or impede remote control
operation.
Note the following before operating the MV-5 remote control:
•
The remote control must be in line-of-sight with the front panel
IR receiver (unless using the optional RF-1 Receiver). Eliminate
obstructions between the remote control and the IR receiver.
The remote control may become unreliable if strong sunlight or
fluorescent light shines on the MV-5 IR receiver.
•
For optimal performance, position the remote control within a
30-degree angle no more than 40 to 60 feet (12.2m to 18.3m)
from the MV-5. Placing the MV-5 inside a smoked glass cabinet
will reduce the remote control range.
•
Remote controls for different components can interfere with
one another. Avoid using remote controls for different
components at the same time.
•
Remote control batteries should be replaced as needed.
•
To control the MV-5, the touch screen of the remote control
must be in the “LEX” or “ZONE 2” menu layers. The Volume +/
- and Mute controls, however, are always active, regardless of
the active menu layer. The remote control ships from the
factory set to the “MAIN” menu layer.
Basic Operation
MV-5
MV-5 MENU OVERVIEW
MENU NAVIGATION
When the remote control touch screen is in the
MAIN MENU
“LEX” or “ZONE 2” menu layers, pressing
AUDIO CONTROLS
MENU or SELECT on the MV-5 remote control
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
accesses the menu controls for the MV-5
Processor. The MAIN MENU is the root
directory of the MV-5 menu structure and has three branches: AUDIO
CONTROLS, VIDEO STATUS, and SETUP.
Use the remote control arrow buttons to navigate the MV-5 menu
structure, shown in detail in Appendix B. The Command Matrix
Table located later in this chapter indicates the navigation
commands that the remote control buttons perform when the MV5 command bank is activated by selecting the “LEX” or “ZONE 2”
options on the remote control touch screen.
Note: The DVD menu layer of the touch screen controls the Lexicon RT-20
and RT-10, if installed.
Arrow
When a menu is open, press the
arrow to close the current
menu and, in most cases, open the previous menu. Subsequent
presses continue to close the current menu and open the
previous menu until the MAIN MENU is closed.
The VIDEO STATUS menu is an information-only menu identifying
the current video status of the MV-5 Processor. For more information, refer to Section 4: Audio Controls & Video Status.
When a menu is open, press the
and
arrow buttons to scroll
upward and downward through the complete list of menu parameters. The highlighted menu item appears in the front panel
display. All menu items appear in the OSD. The cursor
automatically wraps to the next menu parameter when the first or
last menu item is passed.
The SETUP menu controls all aspects of setting up the MV-5 Processor.
Refer to Section 3: Setup for more information.
Note: When the MV-5 menu structure is entered, most front panel buttons
and the remote control buttons are disabled until the menu structure is
exited. The exceptions are the Volume Knob and Standby Button on the
front panel and the remote control Volume, Mute, and OFF buttons. Note
also that the disabled condition of the remote control only affects the
“LEX” and “ZONE 2” menu layers.
(for “LEX” and “ZONE2” menu layers)
When a menu is open, press the remote control
arrow to
select the highlighted menu parameter. The menu parameter
will blink to indicate that it is selected.
The AUDIO CONTROLS menu controls the audio-specific parameters,
such as treble and bass, as well as providing an audio status menu.
Refer to Section 4: Audio Controls & Video Status for more
information.
The MV-5 menu structure can be viewed on the OSD (On-Screen
Display), which is a 480i or 480p video output signal to your monitor,
or on the front panel 2-line display, which displays the menus one line
at a time using the remote control navigation controls. The front panel
2-line display can also be viewed on the OSD, in 480i resolution only.
Navigation Functions
When a menu parameter is selected and blinking, press the and
arrow buttons to scroll through the available parameter
options.
SELECT
MENU
EXIT
Press the SELECT button to open the menu structure, open a
menu branch, or select a menu parameter.
Press the MENU button to open the menu structure.
When the menu is open, press the EXIT button to leave the menu.
Unlike the
arrow button which closes a menu layer, the EXIT
button completely closes the menu structure.
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Basic Operation
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REMOTE CONTROL BUTTONS
1. Touch Screen (component and function buttons)
2. MAIN remote control touch screen menu
1
9
2
3. OFF
4. VOLUME (+/-)
5. MUTE
3
10
4
11
5
12
6
13
7
14
15
6. MENU
7. SELECT & Navigation (left, right, up, & down)
8. Number Keypad & ENT (Enter)
9. LIGHT (back light for the remote control)
10. ON
11. CHANNEL (+/-)
12. PREV CH (Previous Channel)
13. GUIDE & INFO
14. EXIT
15. Transport functions (PLAY
for source components
8
, STOP
, RW
, PAUSE ||, & FF
)
Note: These are the names and functions for the universal remote control.
For the MV-5 specific remote control functions, refer to the Command
Matrix on the following page.
Note: The number call-outs on the figure above
correlate with the numbers listed to the right.
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Basic Operation
MV-5
MENU OPTIONS
REMOTE CONTROL LIGHT BUTTON
Selecting a menu option can open another menu within the menu
structure. For example, selecting SETUP from the MAIN MENU opens
the SETUP menu.
The remote control is fully back lit, making it very useful in low-light
conditions. Press the LIGHT button on the right side of the remote
to back light all of the buttons and the LCD touch screen. To turn
off the back light, press the LIGHT button again or wait. Ten
seconds after the last button is pressed, the back light will
automatically shut off.
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
INPUT SETUP
SURROUND CONFIG
DOLBY CONFIG
MUTE LEVELS
POWER ON SETTINGS
MENU ITEM SELECTION
Use the remote control arrows to navigate the menu structure.
To select a menu item in an open menu:
COMMAND MATRIX
The command matrix table, starting on the next page, lists the
commands that each remote control button performs in each menu
setting.
Note: A brief description of each function is given in the table but refer to
the Table of Contents for additional information on each function. For
additional information on using and programming the remote control,
refer to Appendix C.
1. Press the Menu or Select buttons to enter the Menu structure.
2. Navigate to the desired menu.
3. Press the remote control
desired menu item.
and
arrows to highlight the
4. When the desired menu item is highlighted, press the
arrow
or SELECT button to select the highlighted item. If an option is
selected, another menu opens. When an adjustable parameter is
selected, the current selection will blink to indicate that it is
selected. Use the
and
arrows to scroll through the available
options for the selected parameter. When the desired parameter
option is highlighted, press the arrow on the remote control to
select the option.
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Basic Operation
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MAIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
LEX PAGE2
LEX PAGE3
LEX PAGE4
1
Menu Name MAIN*
Menu Name - LEX
Menu Name - LEX
Menu Name - LEX
(iPod controls)
Menu Name - LEX
(PC controls)
2
LEX
Enters the Lexicon
MV-5 menu layer
L7
Selects the Logic 7
listening mode family
EQ
Toggles the Auto EQ
parameter between
ON & OFF.
IPODiPod
PCPC
3
ZONE2
Enters the Lexicon
MV-5 Zone 2 menu
layer
STER
Selects the Stereo
listening mode family
PRE1
Sets the MV-5 to the
Autocal Preset 1
saved values
IPOD+
iPod
PC+
PC
4
TUNER
(Does not affect the
MV-5)
DOLBY
Selects the Dolby
listening mode family
PRE2
Sets the MV-5 to the
Autocal Preset 2
saved values
CLIK
iPod wheel click,
counterclockwise
PC II
PC Play/Pause
5
TV
DTS
(Does not affect the Selects the DTS
MV-5)
listening mode family
PRE3
Sets the MV-5 to the
Autocal Preset 3
saved values
CLIK
iPod wheel click,
clockwise
(unused)
6
HD
DSP
(Does not affect the Selects the DSP
MV-5)
listening mode family
TREBLowers the Treble
parameter
MENU
iPod MENU button
(unused)
7
DVD
Enters the Lexicon
RT-10/RT-20 menu
AUDIN
Selects either Digital
or Analog Audio.
TREB+
Raises the Treble
parameter
SEL
iPod SELECT button
(unused)
8
GAME
TONE
(Does not affect the Toggles the Tone
MV-5)
Control parameter
between ON & OFF.
BASSLowers the Bass
parameter
II
iPod Play/Pause
button
(unused)
9
FAV
(Does not affect the
MV-5)
BASS+
Raises the Bass
parameter
9
10
Note: The number call-outs on the figure above
correlate with the numbers in the adjoining table.
LEX PAGE1
10
ZOOM
(unused)
(unused)
MENU PAGE - <ACTIVE PAGE> OF <TOTAL PAGES>
Touch
or
to scrolll between the menu pages
*The Menu Name is not a functional command. It is simply a label identifying which menu or sub-menu the touch screen currently
displays.
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Basic Operation
MV-5
LEX
PAGE1-4
MAIN*
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Note: The number call-outs on the figure above
correlate with the numbers in the adjoining table.
ZONE 2
PAGE 1-3
11
MAIN*
Returns to the Main layer of the remote control
12
OFF
Puts the MV-5 Processor into Standby
13
ON
Turns on the MV-5 Processor from Standby
14
MUTE
Mutes the Main Zone Volume
15
PREV CH
(unused)
16
VOL
Main Zone
VOL
or VOL
Zone 2
VOL
or VOL
17
CH
Main Zone
MODE
or MODE
(unused)
18
GUIDE
Steps through the VIDEO STATUS menu
19
INFO
Steps through the AUDIO STATUS menu
or VOL
or CH
Mutes the Zone 2
Volume
*The MAIN menu level does NOT control the MV-5. The remote control touch screen heading must read “LEX” or “ZONE 2”
in order to control the MV-5 Processor.
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Basic Operation
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LEX
PAGE1-4
MAIN*
20
MENU
Enters OSD menu
21
EXIT
Exits OSD menu
22
21
20
23
22
25
24
27
26
28
23
24
25
26
27
28
Note: The number call-outs on the figure above
correlate with the numbers in the adjoining table.
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ZONE 2
PAGE 1-3
(unused)
REWIND
SELECT
Arrows
Enters OSD menu,
While in OSD menu, selects menu items
Used for OSD menu navigation
If not in the OSD menu structure, no function.
(unused)
FAST FORWARD
Main Zone OFF
Zone 2 OFF
Changes Front panel display illumination
(unused)
STOP
||
PAUSE
(unused)
PLAY
*The MAIN menu level does NOT control the MV-5. The remote control touch screen heading must read “LEX” or “ZONE 2”
in order to control the MV-5 Processor.
Basic Operation
MV-5
LEX
PAGE1-4
MAIN*
30
ZONE 2
PAGE 1-3
29
1
Main Zone
HD input
Zone 2
HD input
30
2
Main Zone
DVD input
Zone 2
DVD input
31
3
Main Zone
Game input
Zone 2
Game input
32
4
Main Zone
Sat input
Zone 2
Sat input
33
5
Main Zone
Cable input
Zone 2
Cable input
34
6
Main Zone
DVR input
Zone 2
DVR input
35
7
Main Zone
CD input
Zone 2
CD input
36
8
Main Zone
Dock input
Zone 2
Dock input
29
31
32
34
37
9
Main Zone
PC input
Zone 2
PC input
33
37
38
+10
Main Zone
Tuner input
Zone 2
Tuner input
35
36
39
0
38
Main Zone
Aux 1 input
Zone 2
Aux 1 input
40
40
ENT
Enter
Main Zone
Aux 2 input
Zone 2
Aux 2 input
39
Note: The number call-outs on the figure above
correlate with the numbers in the adjoining table.
*The MAIN menu level does NOT control the MV-5. The remote control touch screen heading must read “LEX” or “ZONE 2”
in order to control the MV-5 Processor.
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Basic Operation
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3
Setup
Setup ......................................................................................... 3-2
Display Setup ............................................................................. 3-3
Speaker/EQ Setup ...................................................................... 3-5
Manual ..................................................................................................... 3-6
Semi Autocal ............................................................................................. 3-6
Full Autocal ............................................................................................... 3-6
Manual Speaker Setup................................................................ 3-8
Speakers Menu.......................................................................................... 3-9
Speaker Distances Menu ......................................................................... 3-10
Output Levels Menu................................................................................ 3-11
Input Setup .............................................................................. 3-13
Advanced Video ...................................................................................... 3-19
Listening Modes ....................................................................... 3-22
Selecting a Listening Mode ..................................................................... 3-22
DTS + Dolby Listening Modes ................................................................. 3-22
Available Listening Modes ....................................................................... 3-23
Listening Mode Descriptions ................................................................... 3-26
5.1-channel & 7.1-channel Direct Inputs................................................. 3-28
DTS & Dolby Status Displays................................................................... 3-28
Surround Configuration ........................................................... 3-29
Dolby Configuration................................................................. 3-31
Mute Levels.............................................................................. 3-32
Power On Settings ................................................................... 3-32
Setup
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SETUP
SURROUND CONFIGURATION
SETUP
Selecting SETUP from
the MAIN MENU
opens the SETUP
menu.
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
INPUT SETUP
SURROUND CONFIG
DOLBY CONFIG
MUTE LEVELS
POWER ON SETTINGS
Opens the SURROUND CONFIG menu, which is used to customize
the listening modes that are available for the currently selected input.
See the “Surround Configuration” section found later in this chapter
for more information.
DOLBY CONFIGURATION
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
Opens the DISPLAY SETUP menu, which is used to customize the
OSD and front panel display, as well as other display-related
parameters. See the “Display Setup” section on the following page
for more information.
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
Opens the SPEAKER/EQ SETUP menu, which is used to configure the
Main Zone and Zone 2 audio output connectors for the desired
speaker setup, set speaker cross-overs, and calibrate distances and
output levels. See the “Speaker/EQ Setup” section found later in this
chapter for more information.
INPUT SETUP
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
Opens the INPUT SETUP menu, which is used to change input
names, assign audio and video input connectors, select preferred
listening modes and configure Main Zone and Zone 2 settings. See
the “Input Setup” section found later in this chapter for more
information.
3-2
SURROUND CONFIG
DOLBY CONFIG
Opens the DOLBY CONFIG menu, which is used to customize the Dolby
listening modes to your personal preferences. See the“Dolby
Configuration” section found later in this chapter for more
information.
MUTE LEVELS
SETUP
MUTE LEVELS
Opens the MUTE LEVELS menu, which is used to set the mute level
controls. See the “Mute Levels” section found later in this chapter for
more information.
POWER ON SETTINGS
SETUP
POWER ON SETTINGS
Opens the POWER ON SETTINGS menu, which is used to configure
the power on volume level and the Dock auto power feature. See
the “Power On Settings” section found later in this chapter for more
information.
Note: When a source is active, changing some audio or video parameters
may cause the Main Zone audio to briefly mute the incoming source. If
Zone 2 is set to DOWN MIX, the Zone 2 audio will also briefly mute.
Setup
MV-5
DISPLAY SETUP
Selecting the SETUP menu DISPLAY SETUP option opens the DISPLAY SETUP menu, which is used to customize the OSD and front panel display and
setup other display-related features.
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO CONTROLS
SETUP
CONNECTION
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
INPUT SETUP
SURROUND CONFIG
DOLBY CONFIG
MUTE LEVELS
POWER ON SETTINGS
ANALOG, HDMI/DVI
CONNECTION
Selects the CONNECTION parameter, which identifies the active
video output connectors on the MV-5 rear panel. The following list of
conditions identify the behavior of this parameter.
DISPLAY SETUP
CONNECTION: HDMI/DVI
HDMI AUDIO OUT: NO
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
FRONT PANEL DISPLAY
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
2-LINE OSD: 3s
MENU TIME OUT: 30s
FRONT PANEL DISPLAY
BRIGHTNESS: FULL
TIME OUT: NONE
HDMI AUDIO OUT
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
YES, NO
HDMI AUDIO OUT
•
If ANALOG is selected, only the analog video connectors are
available and will output the video signal.
Selects the HDMI AUDIO OUT parameter, which identifies if audio is
sent on the HDMI output. If the HDMI AUDIO OUT parameter is set
to YES, then a two-channel DOWN MIX of the source audio is sent
over the HDMI connection at the maximum bit rate of the display’s
audio system. This audio stream is in addition to the normal audio
outputs. If the parameter is set to NO, this audio is not sent.
•
If HDMI/DVI is selected, both the analog and HDMI video
connectors are available and will output the video signal.
2-LINE OSD
•
If the video input is set to HDMI and the CONNECTION
parameter is set to ANALOG, then no video is output.
•
If the HDMI video input is copy-protected (HDCP), no video is
output on the analog output connectors. This is a requirement
of HDCP and not a limitation of the MV-5 Processor.
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
OFF, 3, 4, 5, 6 SECONDS
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
2-LINE OSD
Selects the 2-LINE OSD parameter from the On-Screen Display (OSD)
menu. The 2-Line OSD parameter identifies the length of time that
the 2-line OSD is displayed and can be set to display from three to six
seconds in one-second increments. If OFF is selected, then the 2-line
OSD is not displayed.
Note: If OFF is selected, the menu screens are still displayed. This
parameter only affects the 2-line OSD display, which is identical to the
front panel 2-line display.
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Setup
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MENU TIME OUT
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
NONE, 30, 40, 50, 60 SECONDS
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
MENU TIME OUT
Selects the MENU TIME OUT parameter from the On-Screen Display
(OSD) menu. This parameter identifies the length of time before the
OSD menu times out and can be set from 30 to 60 seconds in
ten-second increments. If NONE is selected, then the OSD will not
turn off automatically.
CAUTION!
The NONE selection should only be used with caution. If
the system includes a plasma display, or other display
types sensitive to image burn-in, and the OSD Menu Time
Out parameter is set to NONE, the OSD menu image can be
burned into the monitor display.
BRIGHTNESS
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
FULL, HALF, OFF
FRONT PANEL DISPLAY
BRIGHTNESS
Selects the BRIGHTNESS parameter from the Front Panel Display
menu, which selects the brightness of the 2-line front panel display.
The parameter can be set to FULL, HALF, or OFF. If set to OFF, then
the front panel display is off.
On the remote control, this parameter is controlled by the || (Pause)
button while in the touch screen “LEX” menu layer.
Note: When the MV-5 is powered off or put into Standby mode, any
changes to the BRIGHTNESS parameter are not saved. So when the MV-5
is powered on or taken out of Standby mode again, the BRIGHTNESS
parameter will be set to FULL.
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TIME OUT
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
NONE, 1 TO 10 SECONDS
FRONT PANEL DISPLAY
TIME OUT
Selects the TIME OUT parameter from the Front Panel Display menu.
This parameter identifies the length of time before the front panel
2-line display times out. The parameter can be set from 1 to 10
seconds in one-second increments. If NONE is selected, then the
2-line front panel display is always on when the MV-5 is on.
Setup
MV-5
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
Select the SPEAKER/EQ SETUP menu to configure the Main Zone audio output connectors for the desired speaker setup. The Main Zone includes eight
audio output connectors labeled Front L/R, Center, Subwoofer, Side L/R and Rear L/R.
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
INPUT SETUP
SURROUND CONFIG
DOLBY CONFIG
MUTE LEVELS
POWER ON SETTINGS
SPEAKERS
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
MANUAL
SEMI AUTOCAL
FULL AUTOCAL
AUTO SETTINGS: OFF
FRONT L/R: 80Hz
CENTER: 80Hz
SIDE L/R: 80Hz
REAR/Z2 L/R: 80Hz
SUB/LFE LPF: 80Hz
SUBWOOFERS: 1
SUB HPF: 20Hz
SUB MODE: NORMAL
PERFORMS SEMI-AUTOMATIC
CALIBRATION
PERFORMS FULL AUTOMATIC
CALIBRATION
MANUAL
SPEAKERS
SPEAKER DISTANCES
OUTPUT LEVELS
SPEAKER DISTANCES 1
SPEAKER DISTANCES 2
AUTO SETTINGS: OFF
UNITS: FEET
FRONT LEFT: 0.0 ft
CENTER: 0.0 ft
FRONT RIGHT: 0.0 ft
SIDE RIGHT: 0.0 ft
REAR RIGHT: 0.0 ft
REAR LEFT: 0.0 ft
SIDE LEFT: 0.0ft
SUBWOOFERS: 0.0 ft
OUTPUT LEVELS 1
OUTPUT LEVELS 2
AUTO SETTINGS: OFF
INPUT: ALL
TEST TONE: OFF
FRONT LEFT: 0dB
CENTER: 0dB
FRONT RIGHT: 0dB
SIDE RIGHT: 0dB
REAR RIGHT: 0dB
REAR LEFT: 0dB
SIDE LEFT: 0dB
SUBWOOFER1: 0dB
SUBWOOFER2: 0dB
3-5
Setup
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MANUAL
SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
MANUAL
Opens the MANUAL speaker setup menu, which allows the manual
selection of the speaker distances, cross-over points, and output
levels. See the next section, “Manual Speaker Set-Up”, for more
details.
SEMI AUTOCAL
SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
SEMII AUTOCAL
Selects the SEMI AUTOCAL procedure, which automatically sets the
speaker distances and output levels, as well as performing system
equalization adjustments. The cross-over points for each speaker
must be manually set before this procedure can be run. See the next
section, “Manual Speaker Set-Up”, for more information on how to
set the cross-over points.
Performing the Semi Autocal Procedure:
The Semi Autocal procedure is performed in the same manner as the
Full Autocal procedure. Refer to the “Performing the Full Autocal
Procedure” for more details.
CAUTION!
DO NOT place the microphone too close to the speakers
during the autocal procedure. If the microphone is within
one foot of the speaker, the test tones that are output
during the autocal procedure could cause a feedback loop
which may damage the speaker. Harman Specialty Group
assumes no responsibility for speaker damage.
FULL AUTOCAL
SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
FULL AUTOCAL
Selects the FULL AUTOCAL procedure, which automatically sets the
speaker distances, cross-over points, and output levels, as well as
performing system equalization adjustments.
In order to perform this test, the following initial setup is required:
•
All of the speakers are connected to the MV-5 and positioned in
the listening space.
•
The cross-over points for each speaker are set through the
MANUAL setup menu. See the following section, “Manual
Speaker Setup”, for information on how to manually set the
cross-over points.
•
A monitor is connected to the MV-5 for viewing the OSD
during the procedure.
•
The microphone, included with the MV-5, must be connected
to the rear panel Microphone input connector and positioned
in the primary listening position.
For best results, install the microphone onto the accompanying rod by
threading the two parts together and hold or place it in the primary
listening position. Use a microphone stand or tripod if necessary.
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Note: The Full or Semi Autocal settings that are saved to the Preset
locations include the system equalization adjustment values. However,
even if the Auto EQ setting is active, the autocal settings for the system EQ
do NOT apply to certain high bit-rate incoming data streams, such as 176
kHz and 192 kHz PCM.
Performing the AUTOCAL Procedure:
Before beginning the AUTOCAL procedure, set the MV-5 to an input
that does not have a currently active source. There should NOT be
an active audio track playing when the AUTOCAL procedure
is started.
In order to perform this test, the following initial setup is required:
•
All of the speakers are connected to the MV-5 and positioned in
the listening space.
MV-5
•
A monitor is connected to the MV-5 for viewing the OSD
during the procedure.
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The microphone, included with the MV-5, must be connected
to the rear panel Microphone input connector and positioned
in the primary listening position.
Note: For best results, install the microphone onto the accompanying
rod by threading the two parts together and hold or place it in the
primary listening position. Use a microphone stand or tripod if
necessary.
CAUTION!
DO NOT place the microphone too close to the speakers
during the autocal procedure. If the microphone is within
one foot of the speaker, the test tones that are output
during the autocal procedure could cause a feedback loop
which may damage the speaker. Harman Specialty Group
assumes no responsibility for speaker damage.
The Full Autocal procedure is comprised of three parts, the Far Field
Test, the Near Field Test, and the Subwoofer Test. Each part provides
directions on the OSD at the start of the test, for volume level and
microphone positioning, and each test sends test tones to the
speakers.
Note: Before activating the calibration, ensure that the MV-5 is NOT
muted. If Mute is active, then the test tone calibrations will not be
accurate.
For the Far Field test, the test tones sent to each speaker follow a
specific order. The order of testing is Front Left, Front Right, Center,
Side Left, Side Right, Rear Left, and Rear Right.
Note: The test tones may be loud. Be prepared before starting the Full or
Semi Autocal procedures.
Setup
The Far Field test sets the speaker distances, cross-over points, and
output levels. The microphone is stationed in the center of the
preferred listening area and a test tone is sent to each speaker.
Note: If the Far Field test is skipped, the Near Field test must also be
skipped.
The Near Field test adjusts the MV-5, performing system equalization
to compensate for speaker performance and placement. The
procedure seeks to give the system a consistent tonal balance
between the front left, front right, center, side left, side right, rear left,
and rear right speakers, if applicable. The test calibrates each speaker
separately, and the user individually selects each speaker to calibrate.
The microphone should be held within two feet of the speaker baffle
as a test tone is sent to the speaker.
The Subwoofer test is done in two parts. The user is instructed to
hold the microphone to the left of the primary listening position and
then to the right of the primary listening position. Two test tones are
sent out to all connected subwoofers during each of the two test
phases. Two tones are sent to ensure that subwoofers with auto
power settings are active during the procedure.
Note: If there are no subwoofers in the system, then this test will not pass
and must be skipped.
For optimum results, all noise generators in the room should be
removed before performing the full or semi autocal procedure.
However, air conditioners and similar steady-state background noise
should have minimum impact on the test and can be left on.
When the procedure is complete, the user will be prompted to save
the settings. These settings can be saved in one of three Preset
locations. See Section 4: Audio Controls & Video Status for more
information on the Preset locations.
Note: When calibration is complete, the volume level is set to a relatively
high level. Before playing an audio track, be sure to turn the volume
down to avoid potentially offensive or damaging volume levels.
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MANUAL SPEAKER SETUP
Selecting the SETUP menu SPEAKER/EQ SETUP menu MANUAL option opens the MANUAL menu, which is used to manually set the speaker
distances, cross-over points, and output levels.
SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
MANUAL
SPEAKERS
SPEAKER DISTANCES
OUTPUT LEVELS
AUTO SETTINGS
SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
SPEAKERS
SPEAKER DISTANCES 1
SPEAKER DISTANCES 2
AUTO SETTINGS: OFF
UNITS: FEET
FRONT LEFT: 0.0 ft
CENTER: 0.0 ft
FRONT RIGHT: 0.0 ft
SIDE RIGHT: 0.0 ft
REAR RIGHT: 0.0 ft
REAR LEFT: 0.0 ft
SIDE LEFT: 0.0ft
SUBWOOFERS: 0.0 ft
OUTPUT LEVELS 1
OUTPUT LEVELS 2
AUTO SETTINGS: OFF
INPUT: ALL
TEST TONE: AUTO
FRONT LEFT: 0dB
CENTER: 0dB
FRONT RIGHT: 0dB
SIDE RIGHT: 0dB
REAR RIGHT: 0dB
REAR LEFT: 0dB
SIDE LEFT: 0dB
SUBWOOFER1: 0dB
SUBWOOFER2: 0dB
OFF, ON
MANUAL
AUTO SETTINGS
Loads the values from the active preset into the speaker cross-over
points, distances, or output level parameters. The Speakers
(cross-over points), Speaker Distances, and Output Levels menus all
have an Auto Settings parameter. All three are the same parameter,
but each affects the individual sub-menus separately and
independently of each other.
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AUTO SETTINGS: OFF
FRONT L/R: 80Hz
CENTER: 80Hz
SIDE L/R: 80Hz
REAR/Z2 L/R: 80Hz
SUB/LFE LPF: 80Hz
SUBWOOFERS: 1
SUB HPF: 20Hz
SUB MODE: NORMAL
If the Auto Settings parameter is set to ON, the parameters in that
menu cannot be manually changed until the Auto Settings
parameter is set to OFF.
Note: Any manual settings will be lost if the active preset settings are
loaded; if Auto Settings is set to ON in the Speakers, Speaker Distances, or
Output Levels menus, then previous parameter values will be overwritten.
Setup
MV-5
SPEAKERS MENU
SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
MANUAL
SPEAKERS
Selecting the MANUAL SETUP menu SPEAKERS option opens the
SPEAKERS menu, which assigns independent cross-over points for
each Main Zone audio output connector. Front cross-over selections
affect the Sub Mode parameter options.
Manual Speaker Setup Considerations:
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Select the cross-over point closest to the -3dB low frequency
rating of the associated speakers. For example, set the FRONT
L/R parameter to the cross-over point closest to the -3dB
low-frequency rating of the front speakers.
Select the subwoofer cross-over point equal to the lowest crossover point of any of the other speakers.
include FULL, 120 Hz, 100 Hz, and 80 Hz to 40 Hz in 10 Hz
increments.
Select FULL to send a full-range signal to the front speakers.
Otherwise, select the cross-over point closest to the -3dB
low-frequency rating of the front speakers.
CENTER
Allows the manual selection of a cross-over point for the Main Zone
audio output connector labeled Center. Available selections include
NONE, FULL, 120 Hz, 100 Hz, and 80 Hz to 40 Hz in 10 Hz
increments.
•
Select FULL to send a full-range signal to the center speaker.
Otherwise, select the cross-over point closest to the -3dB
low-frequency rating of the center speaker.
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When the speaker setup does not include a center speaker, select
NONE because some listening modes are not intended to be used
without a center channel.
Manual Subwoofer Speaker Setup Considerations:
All low frequencies below the speaker’s cross-over point are
redirected from the speaker to the subwoofer(s). If the cross-over
point is FULL, low-frequency signals, excluding LFE information, are
not redirected to the subwoofer.
Low frequencies between the Subwoofer and Front L/R speaker
channels can be duplicated. However, making this selection can
result in excessive bass. Refer to the “Sub Mode” description found
later in this chapter for more information.
Note: The Semi Autocal and Full Autocal procedures leave the Subwoofer
distance value at a default of 0.0 feet. Refer to the “Speaker Distances”
section found later in this chapter to manually set the correct Speaker
Distance for the subwoofers.
FRONT L/R
FULL, 40 to 120HZ
FULL, 40 to 120HZ, NONE
SIDE L/R
FULL, 40 to 120Hz, NONE
Allows the manual selection of a cross-over point for the Main Zone
audio output connectors labeled Side L/R. Available selections
include NONE, FULL, 120 Hz, 100 Hz, and 80 Hz to 40 Hz in 10 Hz
increments.
•
Select FULL to send a full-range signal to the Side L/R speakers.
Otherwise, select the cross-over point closest to the -3dB
low-frequency rating of the Side L/R speakers.
•
When the speaker setup does not include side speakers, select
NONE to redirect side channel signals to the Front L/R output
connectors. If the Rear L/R parameter is also set to NONE, the
MV-5 will redirect surround channel signals to the Front L/R
output connectors.
Allows the manual selection of a cross-over point for the Main Zone
audio output connectors labeled Front L/R. Available selections
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REAR L/R
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FULL, 40 to 120Hz, NONE
Allows the manual selection of a cross-over point for the Main Zone
audio output connectors labeled REAR/Z2 L/R. Available selections
include NONE, FULL, 120 Hz, 100 Hz, and 80 Hz to 40 Hz in 10 Hz
increments.
•
Select FULL to send a full-range signal to the Rear L/R speakers.
Otherwise, select the cross-over point closest to the -3dB
low-frequency rating of the Rear L/R speakers.
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When the speaker setup does not include rear speakers, select
NONE to redirect rear channel signals to the Side L/R output
connectors. If the Side L/R parameter is also set to NONE, the
MV-5 will redirect surround channel signals to the Front L/R
output connectors.
Note: When the Rear L/R parameter is set to NONE, Dolby Digital PLIIx
modes and DTS(-ES) decoding are not available.
SUB/LFE LPF (LOW-PASS FILTER)
40 to 120 Hz
Identifies the cross-over frequency setting below which sounds that
may be available from an LFE track are sent to the subwoofer.
Available selections are 120 Hz, 100 Hz, and 80 Hz to 40 Hz in 10 Hz
increments.
SUBWOOFERS
0, 1, 2
Selects the number of subwoofers in the system. Available selections
are 0, 1, or 2. The 0 selection is only available if the Front Left &
Right speakers are set to FULL.
SUB HPF (HIGH-PASS FILTER)
15, 20, 30, 38 Hz
Identifies the cross-over frequency setting above which sounds are
sent to the subwoofer. As a general rule of thumb, the larger the
subwoofer driver, the lower the frequency should be of the Sub HPF
parameter. The available selections are 15, 20, 30, and 38 Hz.
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SUB MODE
NORMAL, LFE+FL/FR, LFE ONLY
Selects options that are available to control bass redirection. Available
settings are NORMAL, LFE+FL/FR and LFE ONLY.
NORMAL is the default setting when Front L/R cross-overs are set to
any value other than FULL, and it is not user adjustable. In this mode,
all frequencies below the cross-over point of any main speakers
(Front, Center, Side, or Rear) are sent to the subwoofer. In addition, if
the incoming audio stream contains an LFE (.1) channel, all
frequencies in that channel which are below the SUB/LFE LPF crossover point are also sent to the subwoofer(s).
When the Front L/R cross-over is set to FULL, the user has the choice
of LFE+FL/FR or LFE ONLY.
The default setting, LFE+FL/FR, steers all Front L/R sounds below a
fixed cross-over point of 80Hz to BOTH the subwoofer(s) and the
Front L/R speakers. In addition, it redirects all frequencies below the
cross-over points of the Center, Side, and Rear speakers to the
subwoofer(s). Finally, if the incoming audio stream contains an LFE
(.1) channel, all frequencies in that channel which are below the
SUB/LFE LPF cross-over point are also sent to the subwoofer(s).
The LFE ONLY setting does not send any sound to the subwoofer(s)
other than the LFE (.1) channel, if available.
SPEAKER DISTANCES MENU
SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
MANUAL
SPEAKER DISTANCES
Selecting the MANUAL SETUP menu SPEAKER DISTANCES option
opens the SPEAKER DISTANCES menu, which allows the user to
manually set the distances for each speaker. The adjustable range is
0.0 ft (0.0 m) to 30.0 ft (9.00 m) at 0.2 ft (0.06 m) increments.
Setup
MV-5
The distances for each speaker - Front Left, Center, Front Right, Side
Right, Rear Right, Rear Left, Side Left, and Subwoofers - can be set
individually.
Note: When the speaker distance for the Front Left speaker is adjusted
above 20.0 feet from the shortest speaker distance, all speaker distances
will move in conjunction from the 20.2-feet parameter point. When the
Front Left speaker is adjusted to 20.2 feet, all other speaker distances that
are set to 0 feet will now move to 0.2 feet. If the Front Left speaker
distance is increased to 22 feet, all other speaker distances will move to 2
feet (unless they are set to a higher value). If the Front Left speaker
distance is then decreased, all other speaker distances will not change.
UNITS
FEET, METERS
Identifies the units of measure of the speaker distances. FEET and
METERS are the available selections.
INPUT
Identifies the input that the currently displayed output levels will be
applied to. The Input selection toggles between the currently
selected front panel input and ALL. If the front panel input is selected,
then only that input’s output levels are adjusted.
Note: To set a specific input’s output levels, the input front panel button
must be selected before the Input selection in the Output Levels menu is
available for that specific input.
The ALL selection functions as a virtual input – it holds values that can
be assigned to all inputs. Each input can override the ALL value with
its own custom settings. To assign the ALL input, it must be selected
individually for each front panel input selection.
Note: If the input is set to ALL and the auto settings are turned to ON,
then ALL takes the preset values for its settings. The Auto Settings, if set to
ON, apply to whatever INPUT is currenly selected.
OUTPUT LEVELS MENU
SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
MANUAL
OUTPUT LEVELS
Selecting the MANUAL SETUP menu OUTPUT LEVELS option opens
the OUTPUT LEVELS menu, which allows the user to manually set the
output levels for each speaker. The output levels can be set
independently for each input. The adjustable range is -15 dB to +5 dB
in 1 dB increments.
The output levels for each speaker - Front Left, Center, Front Right,
Side Right, Rear Right, Rear Left, Side Left, Subwoofer1, and
Subwoofer2 - can be set individually.
Note: The speaker output level settings may affect the maximum volume
level of the MV-5 Processor. The maximum volume level is +10 dB minus
the maximum output level setting of any speaker. Thus, if your Front L/R
output levels are set to +3.0 dB, then the maxium allowable volume level
is +10 dB minus 3 dB, or +7.0 dB.
TEST TONE
OFF, AUTO, MANUAL
Provides a noise signal to each speaker through either the AUTO or
MANUAL setting. AUTO sends a rotating noise signal to each
speaker, in the order listed in the menu. If set to AUTO, the test tone
moves in a clockwise order around the speakers, starting from the
front left. MANUAL sends the pink noise signal only to the speaker
selected by the user. The OFF selection turns off the noise signal. Any
active input source is muted while the Test Tone parameter is active
and until the Test Tone parameter is set to OFF.
The available test tones are dependent upon the current listening
mode. For example, if a 5.1 channel listening mode is active, then
the rear speakers are not accessible to the Test Tone parameter.
Note: Before activating the test tones, ensure that the MV-5 is NOT
muted. If Mute is active, then the test tone calibrations will not be
accurate.
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Setup
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To activate the Test Tone:
1. Press the Menu or Select button to enter the Menu structure.
2. Select Setup from the Main menu.
3. Select Speaker/EQ Setup.
4. Select Manual.
5. Select Output Levels.
6. Press the remote control
Tone parameter.
and
7. Press the remote control SELECT or
the Test Tone parameter.
arrows to highlight the Test
arrow button to select
8. Press the remote control
arrow to select manual test tones.
The Test Tone parameter displays MANUAL and the highlighted
parameter is now Front Left. You should hear the test tone in
the Front Left speaker.
9. Press the remote control
arrow to select automatic test
tones. The Test Tone parameter displays AUTO and the
highlighted parameter is now Front Left. You should hear the
test tone in the Front Left speaker, then in the Center speaker,
and so on through the list. After the last speaker, the test tone
will return to the Front Left speaker and continue down the list
again.
10. To stop the Test Tone, use the remote control
and
arrows
to highlight the Test Tone parameter. The parameter will
change to OFF. The test tone can no longer be heard through
any of the speakers.
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Setup
MV-5
INPUT SETUP
Selecting the SETUP menu INPUT SETUP option opens the INPUT SETUP menu, a two-screen menu which sets up the input type and name, the
digital and analog inputs for both audio and video, the listening mode, and other advanced input settings.
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
INPUT SETUP
SURROUND CONFIG
DOLBY CONFIG
MUTE LEVELS
POWER ON SETTINGS
INPUT SETUP 1
INPUT: HD
NAME: ________
VIDEO IN: HDMI 1
V-PROCESS: FAROUDJA
VIDEO OUT: AUTO
DIG AUDIO: HDMI 1
ANLG AUDIO: NONE
DIG/ANLG AUTO: ON
INPUT
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
INPUT
Selects between the twelve different inputs available. The input
selected in this parameter identifies the input that is currently being
setup or modified. Inputs can be scrolled through and modified
without leaving the input setup menu. However, most input setup
changes do not take affect until after the OSD menu is exited.
Note: Selecting a different input in the input setup menu will also change
the front panel input selection to match. For example, if the Tuner input is
selected on the front panel and you change the Input parameter to HD,
the front panel HD input is also selected.
Most of the inputs are interchangeable, with the exception of the
Dock and PC inputs. These two inputs are “hard-wired” and do not
allow for user selection of the Audio In parameters. For more information on these two inputs, refer to Section 5: PC & Dock Controls.
INPUT SETUP 2
MODE FAMILY: STEREO
MODE: 2-CHANNEL
DEFAULT SUR: USE LAST
A/D SAMPLE RATE: 48kHz
A/V SYNC DELAY: 0 ms
ADVANCED VIDEO
TRIGGER 2: ON
ZONE-2 OUT: ANALOG
ADVANCED VIDEO 1
ADVANCED VIDEO 2
INPUT TYPE: VCR
SHARPNESS: 32
NOISE REDUCTION: ON
X-COLOR SUPPRESS: ON
DCDi INTERPOL: ON
FILM DETECTION: ON
FILM EDIT DETECT: ON
FLESHTONE NR: ON
COMPNT ENHANCE: ON
BRIGHTNESS: 100
CONTRAST: 100
COLOR: 100
Note: When a source is active, changing some audio or video parameters
may cause the Main Zone audio to briefly mute the incoming source. If
Zone 2 is set to DOWN MIX, the Zone 2 audio will also briefly mute.
NAME
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
NAME
Allows the user to customize the name of the selected input. Custom
input names can include up to eight characters.
Note: A custom name cannot be assigned to the Tuner input.
To Customize the Name of the Selected Input:
1. Select the input and enter the Input Setup menu.
2. Select the Name parameter. Note that a blinking square appears in
the first letter position.
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3. Using the
and
arrows, scroll through the letter list until you
find the first desired letter.
V-PROCESS
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
FAROUDJA, CONV ONLY, BYPASS
V-PROCESS
The letter list is arranged with Uppercase letters > lowercase
letters > numbers > symbols. The letters are listed in alphabetical
order and the numbers in numerical order. Most standard ASCII
characters are included.
Selects the V-PROCESS parameter, which identifies the type of video
processing or conversion, if any, that is applied to the selected input
source. Explanations of the available selections are listed below.
4. Press the SELECT button or
arrow to save the first letter and
move to the next letter. A blinking square appears in the second
letter position.
Faroudja - Activates the Faroudja video processing feature. The video
signals can be handled in several different ways, depending upon the
input source.
5. Repeat Steps 2 through 4 until the complete name is entered.
Note: The arrow saves the custom name. The
arrow allows you to
move forward, one space per one button press. To add a space to your
custom name, press the SELECT button or
arrow without choosing a
letter.
Use the same procedure to edit a previously saved name.
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A standard-definition (480i or 576i) analog signal
(composite, S-video, or component) is digitized and sent
to the Faroudja video processor for enhancement. The
signal is available as both an analog component and an
HDMI signal.
•
An analog component signal is digitized and sent to the
Faroudja video processor for enhancement. The signal is
available as both an analog component and an HDMI
signal, but not at the analog composite or S-video
monitor outputs.
•
Any HDMI signal other than 1080i is sent to the Faroudja
video processor for enhancement and is available as an
output at both the HDMI and analog component
outputs. Program material that carries HDCP
(High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) encoding is
only available through the HDMI output.
•
HDMI signals in 1080i resolution are sent directly to the
HDMI and analog component outputs without
processing. Program material that carries HDCP
encoding is only available through the HDMI output.
VIDEO IN
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
VIDEO IN
Selects the VIDEO IN parameter, which assigns one of the rear panel
video input connectors to the current input. Available selections
include NONE, HDMI 1-2, Component 1-3, S-Video 1-4, and
Composite 1-4.
The HDMI Audio & Video inputs, HDMI 1 & HDMI 2, are mutually
exclusive inputs - only one input is available at a time for each input
location. For example, while setting up the DVD input, if HDMI 2 is
selected for the Video Input, then HDMI 1 is not a selectable option
for the Digital Audio Input.
The Faroudja selection delivers the best image quality when a digital
video display is in use but it requires the use of a video display
capable of accepting high-resolution (480p up to 1080i) signals
through either an HDMI or component video connection.
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Conv Only - Does not apply any video enhancement or processing
to the incoming video signal, but outputs the signal in one of the
following ways, depending on the input source.
•
•
•
A standard-definition (480i or 576i) analog signal
(composite, S-video, or component) is converted so
that it is available as an HDMI signal at its input
resolution, as well as at the standard S-video,
composite, or component analog video outputs.
An analog component signal is digitized and output at
its input resolution through the HDMI outputs and as
an analog component signal, but not through the
analog composite or S-video monitor outputs.
HDMI signals are output through both the HDMI and
analog component outputs. Program material that
carries HDCP encoding is only available through the
HDMI output.
Bypass – Does not apply any video enhancement or processing to
the incoming video signal, but outputs the signal in one of the
following ways, depending on the input source.
•
•
Analog signals (composite, S-video, or component) is
output only in the resolution and format that matches
the input.
HDMI signals are output through the HDMI and analog
component outputs. Program material that carries
HDCP encoding is only available through the HDMI
output.
VIDEO OUT
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO OUT is a multi-purpose parameter; the function of the
parameter depends upon the input source and the setting of the
V-PROCESS parameter.
When the V-PROCESS parameter is set to BYPASS or CONV ONLY, the
VIDEO OUT parameter is a non-adjustable status display of the video
resolution of the output signal, as determined by the input.
When the Faroudja video processing is selected for the V-PROCESS
parameter and the output is set to HDMI or component format,
VIDEO OUT becomes an active user-selectable parameter which
identifies the video output resolution. Available selections are AUTO,
1080i, 720p, and 480p.
For HDMI inputs, the AUTO option automatically selects the highest
output resolution supported by the HDMI-equipped monitor. For
component inputs with copy protection, the component output is
restricted to the resolution format of the incoming component
signal.
Note: If VIDEO OUT is set to AUTO when the component input is not copy
protected, the component output is always set to 1080i format. If the
video monitor does not support 1080i format, the signal will not display
correctly.
Note: If you are not getting the expected resolution options for your video
monitor, it may be caused by an incompability between the input setup
selections and the incoming signal. Refer to the Video Resolutions Table in
Section 6: Troubleshooting and Maintenance for more detailed
information.
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Setup
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DIG AUDIO
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
DIG AUDIO
Selects the DIG AUDIO parameter, which assigns one of the rear
panel digital audio input connectors to the current input. Available
selections include NONE, Optical 1-4, Coaxial 1-4, and HDMI 1-2.
The HDMI Audio & Video inputs, HDMI 1 & HDMI 2, are mutually
exclusive inputs - only one input is available at a time for each input
location. For example, while setting up the DVD input, if HDMI 2 is
selected for the Video Input, then HDMI 1 is not a selectable option
for the Digital Audio Input.
Note: Digital audio is not selectable for the PC and Dock inputs. Refer to
Section 5: PC & Dock Controls for more information.
INPUT SETUP
ANLG AUDIO
Selects the ANLG AUDIO parameter, which assigns one of the rear
panel analog audio input connectors to the current input. Available
selections include NONE, Analog 1-6, 7.1 Analog, and 5.1 Analog.
Note: Analog audio is not selectable for the Dock and PC inputs. Refer to
Section 5: PC and Dock Controls for more information.
DIG/ANLG AUTO
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
MODE FAMILY
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
LOGIC 7, DOLBY, DTS, DSP, STEREO
MODE FAMILY
Identifies the Surround Mode Family that is initially applied to the
incoming audio streams for the currently selected input. Other
surround mode families may still be applied. For more information,
refer to the “Listening Modes” section found later in this chapter.
MODE
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
MODE
Identifies the Listening Mode that is initially applied to the incoming
audio streams for the currently selected Mode Family. Other listening
modes may still be applied. For more information, refer to the
“Listening Modes” section found later in this chapter.
OFF, ON
DIG/ANLG AUTO
Selects the DIG/ANLG AUTO parameter, which identifies if the MV-5
should switch to an analog signal source for an input where the
digital input source has been interrupted. This feature is particularly
useful with certain cable set-top boxes where the signal is normally
digital but occasionally changes to analog.
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Note: Digital/analog auto switching is not selectable for the Dock and PC
inputs. Refer to Section 5: PC and Dock Controls for more information.
Note: The Mode Family and Modes are connected. The Modes are driven
by the Mode Family selection as well as by the incoming audio source. The
current running data stream dictates what Mode Family options are
available for selection.
ANLG AUDIO
SETUP
The parameter, when set to ON, identifies if there is both a digital
and analog signal present to the input. If this condition is true, then
the MV-5 prioritizes the digital signal over the analog signal. When
the digital signal is interrupted, then it switches to the analog signal.
Note: The Mode Family and Modes are connected. The Modes are driven
by the Mode Family selection as well as by the incoming audio source. The
current running data stream dictates what Mode Family options are
available for selection.
Setup
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DEFAULT SUR
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
STANDARD, USE LAST
DEFAULT SUR
SETUP
Identifies the Default Surround Mode that is activated when a digital
source is selected. The STANDARD parameter activates the
“standard” decoder of the source input. The USE LAST selection
allows the MV-5 software to “remember” the last used listening
mode for any given input source. Once selected, that mode will
always be active on the corresponding input until another listening
mode is selected. This parameter affects all inputs.
Note: If the LOGIC 7 DEFAULT parameter in the SURROUND CONFIG
menu is set to ON, the USE LAST selection is defeated and the listening
mode will always switch to a LOGIC 7 mode. For normal functionality
with the USE LAST selection, make sure that the LOGIC 7 DEFAULT
parameter is set to OFF.
A/D SAMPLE RATE
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
48 KHZ, 96 KHZ
A/D SAMPLE RATE
The MV-5 converts the incoming analog audio signals to digital audio
for all audio processing. The A/D SAMPLE RATE parameter allows you
to select the sample rate of the A/D converters. Some surround
processing modes, such as those in the DSP Mode Family, are only
available at the 48 kHz sampling rate. This setting is only available for
incoming analog audio streams and does not apply to any of the
ANALOG BYPASS modes.
A/V SYNC DELAY
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
ADVANCED VIDEO
0 TO 180 mS
A/V SYNC DELAY
Delays the audio until it matches the on-screen video. Select a value
to activate an audio signal delay to compensate for video that is
delayed relative to the audio. The A/V sync delay range is 0 to 180 ms
in 1 ms increments. Each input has an independent A/V Sync Delay
parameter.
INPUT SETUP
ADVANCED VIDEO
Selects the ADVANCED VIDEO menu, which provides fine-tuning
adjustments to the video output. For more information, refer to the
next section, “Advanced Video”.
Note: Most of the Advanced Video parameters are only available when the
V-Process parameter is set to FAROUDJA.
TRIGGER 2
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
OFF, ON
TRIGGER 2
Selects the TRIGGER 2 parameter, which configures the Trigger
OUT 2 connector on the rear panel. This trigger output can be
configured independently for each input so that a trigger voltage
signal is sent to the Trigger Out 2 connector when a specific input is
selected. If the Trigger 2 parameter is set to ON, it will output its
voltage when the associated input is activated in the Main Zone. It
is not activated by Zone 2 input switching. The default for the
Trigger 2 parameter is OFF.
ZONE-2 OUT
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
ANALOG, DOWN MIX
ZONE-2 OUT
Identifies the type of audio that is sent to the Zone 2 outputs. The
ANALOG setting is a straight bypass of the Main Zone stereo analog
audio to the Zone 2 outputs. DOWN MIX provides a stereo DOWN
MIX of the incoming audio to the Zone 2 outputs. DOWN MIX,
which should be selected for digital or multi-channel analog
sources, is only available if the Main Zone has an input selected that
will accept a down mixed source. The ZONE 2 OUT parameter is
NOT input-specific; a selection made for one input will be reflected
in ALL inputs.
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Note: If you have 5.1-channel or 7.1-channel ANALOG AUDIO assigned
to an Input using the BYPASS listening mode, only the Front Left and Front
Right channels will be sent to Zone 2 OUT with the ANALOG setting. In
this condition, DOWN MIX is not available.
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•
If the Zone 2 input is NOT the same as the Main Zone input,
but the Zone 2 ANLG AUDIO IN parameter is set to any of the
six stereo analog input connectors, then Zone 2 will output the
independent analog audio for that input.
The Main Zone and Zone 2 inputs are inter-related. For example,
there is only one HD input that is accessible in both the Main Zone
and Zone 2; there are NOT two separate HD inputs. Therefore, to
set the ZONE 2 OUT in a Main Zone input, the same Zone 2 input
must also be selected.
The PC & Dock inputs are special cases that do not quite function
exactly as noted above. The ZONE-2 OUT parameter is preset to
ANALOG and cannot be changed to DOWN MIX.
DOWN MIX is only available if the following conditions exist:
Since the PC & Dock inputs operate independently of all other
inputs...
•
Zone 2 is ON (or the Zone 2 OFF button is not lit).
•
Zone 2 has the same input selected as the Main Zone.
•
If the Main Zone audio is ANALOG, it is not set to a BYPASS
listening mode.
If the ZONE-2 OUT parameter is set to ANALOG and an input has
stereo analog audio assigned to it (ANALOG 1 to ANALOG 6
connectors), then choosing that input in Zone 2 will allow it to play
the assigned ANALOG audio, regardless of what is playing in the
Main Zone.
If the ZONE-2 OUT parameter is set to DOWN MIX, selecting an
input in Zone 2 will have one of the following results:
•
If the Zone 2 input is the same as the Main Zone input, then
Zone 2 will output a DOWN MIX of the Main Zone audio.
•
If the Zone 2 input is NOT the same as the Main Zone input,
but the Zone 2 DIG AUDIO IN parameter is the same as the
selected Main Zone input, then Zone 2 will output a DOWN
MIX of the Main Zone audio.
•
If the Zone 2 input is NOT the same as the Main Zone input,
but the Zone 2 ANLG AUDIO IN parameter is set to 5.1
ANALOG or 7.1 ANALOG, then Zone 2 will output a DOWN
MIX of the Main Zone audio.
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Either may be selected in Zone 2 regardless of what is playing in
the Main Zone.
•
Any combination of these two inputs can be selected in the
Main Zone and Zone 2, including selecting either of them for
both Zones simultaneously.
•
If either of these inputs is playing in the Main Zone, the other
ANALOG input can be chosen for Zone 2.
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ADVANCED VIDEO
Selecting the SETUP menu INPUT SETUP menu ADVANCED VIDEO option opens the ADVANCED VIDEO menu, a two-screen menu which
provides user-adjustable controls for sharpness, noise reduction, brightness, and other video fine-tuning.
Note: Most of the Advanced Video parameters are only available when the V-Process parameter is set to FAROUDJA.
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
ADVANCED VIDEO 1
ADVANCED VIDEO 2
INPUT TYPE: VCR
SHARPNESS: 32
NOISE REDUCTION: ON
X-COLOR SUPPRESS: ON
DCDi INTERPOL: ON
FILM DETECTION: ON
FILM EDIT DETECT: ON
FLESHTONE NR: ON
COMPNT ENHANCE: ON
BRIGHTNESS: 100
CONTRAST: 100
COLOR: 100
INPUT TYPE
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
ADVANCED VIDEO
INPUT TYPE
Identifies the type of device being used for the input source. Once
the selection is made, the advanced video settings will change to
default settings that are best suited for that type of device. Manual
changes to these settings may also be made. The input types
available for selection are:
•
DVD – Use with the output signal of a typical DVD player.
•
VCR – Use with the output signal of an analog videocassette
recorder.
•
DIG CABLE – Use with digital cable set-top boxes. Even when a
digital cable system is in use, there may be a mix of digital and
analog channels. Start with this configuration and then change
the advanced video options as needed to tailor the output to
your preferences.
•
DIG SAT – Use with digital satellite system set-top boxes.
•
ANLG CABLE – Use with analog cable set-top boxes.
•
ANLG SAT – Use with analog satellite system set-top boxes.
•
DIG CAM – Use with digital camcorders or still-image cameras.
•
ANLG CAM – Use with analog camcorders.
Refer to the table on the following page for the default video source
settings.
SHARPNESS
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
0 TO 100
ADVANCED VIDEO
SHARPNESS
Adjusts the degree to which the enhancement circuits that adjust the
high-frequency content of the signal are applied. The setting acts on
the vertical and horizontal as well as luminance and chrominance
parameters to offer an enhanced depth in the picture as well as
greater small object detail. In general, the lower settings are
applicable for digital displays and sources, while the higher settings
may be preferred for CRT-based displays and digital sources. The
Sharpness adjustment range is 0 to 100 in single increments.
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Most of the following Advanced Video parameters are simple ON/OFF toggle switches that apply to each input independently.
DVD
VCR
DIG
CABLE
DIG
SAT
ANLG
CABLE
ANLG
SAT
DIG
CAM
ANLG
CAM
Noise Reduction
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
X-Color Suppressor
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
DCDi Interpolation
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Film Mode Detect
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Film Mode Edit Detect
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Component Video Enhancement
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
Fleshtone NR
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
FEATURE
NOISE REDUCTION
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
OFF, ON
ADVANCED VIDEO
NOISE REDUCTION
Reduces the video noise often present in analog input sources.
X-COLOR SUPPRESS
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
OFF, ON
ADVANCED VIDEO
X-COLOR SUPPRESS
Reduces the cross-color interference that typically appears in
composite video sources as moire’ in finely detailed objects. Moire’
effect is a visual perception that occurs when viewing a set of lines or
dots superimposed upon another set of lines or dots, where the sets
differ in relative size, angle, or spacing.
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DCDi INTERPOL
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
OFF, ON
ADVANCED VIDEO
DCDi INTERPOL
Directional Correlation De-interlacing (DCDi) Interpolation is a
Faroudja technology that examines each pixel for the optimal
direction from which to interpolate the video information, with
regard to local edges. This adaptive process prevents the appearance
of staircasing and the jagged edges that are often visible with other
means of de-interlacing.
FILM DETECTION
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
OFF, ON
ADVANCED VIDEO
FILM DETECTION
Detects the presence of film-originated material so that the original
film-frame sequence may be recovered by weaving together the
appropriate video fields.
Setup
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FILM EDIT DETECT
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
OFF, ON
ADVANCED VIDEO
FILM EDIT DETECT
Applies additional processing when film-based material is detected
so that any disruption in the frame sequence of film-based material
due to video edits or overlay of video text over film is compensated
for by processing, before artifacts such as feathering may appear.
CONTRAST
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
50 TO 150
ADVANCED VIDEO
CONTRAST
Changes the black level of the video to compensate for poor
contrast. The CONTRAST adjustment range is 50 to 150 in single
increments.
COLOR
FLESHTONE NR
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
OFF, ON
ADVANCED VIDEO
COMPNT ENHANCE
INPUT SETUP
INPUT SETUP
ADVANCED VIDEO
COLOR
FLESHTONE NR
Selects the Fleshtone NR (Noise Reduction) parameter, which
preserves the detail in faces and flesh tones while reducing noise in
the total picture.
SETUP
SETUP
50 TO 150
Changes the color of the video to compensate for over- or undercolor saturation conditions. The COLOR adjustment range is 50 to
150 in single increments.
OFF, ON
ADVANCED VIDEO
COMPNT ENHANCE
Selects the Component Video Enhance parameter, which processes
incoming component video signal to adjust the high-frequency
content of the signal resulting in enhanced depth in the picture as
well as greater small object detail.
BRIGHTNESS
SETUP
INPUT SETUP
50 TO 150
ADVANCED VIDEO
BRIGHTNESS
Changes the video level to a darker or brighter setting. The
BRIGHTNESS adjustment range is 50 to 150 in single increments.
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LISTENING MODES
The MV-5 has a large selection of listening modes to choose from. The list of available listening modes is broken into two parts - the Mode Family
and the Mode. The available listening modes vary depending upon the Mode Family selections, the input setup, and the incoming audio signal.
The MV-5 features the ability to turn off selected listening mode families so that those options do not appear in the list of available listening modes.
See the following section, “Surround Configuration”, for more information. The MV-5 also features the ability to modify elements of the Dolby
listening modes, PLIIx and PLII, to better suit your listening preference. See the “Dolby Configuration” section found later in this chapter for more
information.
SELECTING A LISTENING MODE
The Input Setup menu allows the user to select the initial listening
mode and mode family that will be applied to any incoming data
stream on that specific input. However, setting the input Mode
Family and Mode parameters does not prevent other listening modes
from being available through the Mode buttons.
The Front Panel Mode
and
buttons allow the user to quickly
scan through the available listening modes in the selected family for a
given input or incoming data stream. The Remote Control Channel
and
buttons perform the same function.
To select a different Mode Family, the remote control touch screen
must be set to the first page of the LEX menu. Then selecting the
DOLBY, DTS, DSP, or STER from the touch screen of the remote
control switches the Mode button selections to any listening modes
available for each of those families, respectively.
The MV-5 process of signal identification and listening mode
selection is shown below:
Incoming Signal
MV-5 identifies
incoming signal
MV-5 builds the
available mode list
MV-5 identifies which
surround modes have
been turned off
DTS + DOLBY LISTENING MODES
When a DTS soundtrack is playing, the Mode Family menu for DTS
contains two options. The DTS selection provides the currently
available DTS listening modes. The Dolby selection contains two
additional listening modes: DTS + PLIIx Film and DTS + PLIIx Music.
Note: These DTS + Dolby listening modes are ONLY available when the
incoming data stream is DTS.
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AVAILABLE LISTENING MODES
The following table provides a complete listing of the listening modes available for each of the incoming audio or video formats currently available.
Shaded cells indicate that there are no available modes in that Mode Family for that specific incoming data stream.
Note: The table identifies all of the possible formats, but depending upon the Input setup and the Surround Configuration of the MV-5, all of these modes may
not be available for selection .
Incoming PCM
Datastream
PCM 32kHz
PCM 44.1/48kHz
2-channel
PCM 88.2kHz
2-channel
PCM 96kHz
2-channel
Dolby
PLIIx Film, Music, & Game
PLII Film, Music, & Game
Pro Logic
VS 2-SP REF & WIDE
VS 3-SP REF & WIDE
VS 4-SP WIDE
VS 5-SP WIDE
PLIIx Film, Music, & Game
PLII Film, Music, & Game
Pro Logic
DTS
Neo 6: 6ch Cinema
Neo 6: 6ch Music
Neo 6: 5ch Cinema
Neo 6: 5ch Music
Neo 6: 3ch Cinema
Logic 7
Logic 7 7CH FILM
Logic 7 7CH MUSIC
Logic 7 5CH FILM
Logic 7 5CH MUSIC
Hall 1 5ch
Hall 1 6ch
Hall 2 5ch
Hall 2 6ch
2-ch Stereo
5-ch Stereo
7-ch Stereo
2-ch Stereo
5-ch Stereo
7-ch Stereo
PCM 44.1/48kHz
5.1-channel
PCM 96kHz
5.1-channel
Stereo
Logic 7 7CH FILM
Logic 7 7CH MUSIC
Logic 7 5CH FILM
Logic 7 5CH MUSIC
PCM 176.4/192kHz
2-channel
PCM 88.2kHz
5.1-channel
DSP
Logic 7 7CH FILM
Logic 7 7CH MUSIC
PLIIx Film & Music
PCM MULTI**
Logic 7 7CH FILM
Logic 7 7CH MUSIC
**With PCM 5.1 audio input, one additional listening mode is available - the AUDIO STATUS menu indicates that the audio is PCM 3/2.1, the mode family is PCM MULTI, and the mode is
STANDARD, which applies only bass management and tone controls to the incoming PCM 5.1 audio.
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Incoming DOLBY
Datastream
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Dolby
Dolby Digital 1.0
VS 2-SP REF & WIDE
DOLBY DIGITAL
DOLBY D STEREO
Dolby Digital 2.0
PLIIx Film, Music, & Game
PLII Film, Music, & Game
Pro Logic
VS 2-SP REF & WIDE
VS 3-SP REF & WIDE
VS 4-SP WIDE
VS 5-SP WIDE
DOLBY DIGITAL
Dolby Digital 4.1
PLIIx Film & Music
Digital EX
DOLBY DIGITAL
DOLBY D STEREO
VS 2-SP REF & WIDE
VS 4-SP WIDE
Dolby Digital 5.0
D+PLIIX Film & Music
Digital EX
DOLBY DIGITAL
DOLBY D STEREO
VS 2-SP REF & WIDE
VS 3-SP REF & WIDE
VS 4-SP WIDE
VS 5-SP WIDE
Dolby Digital 5.1
D+PLIIX Film & Music
Digital EX
DOLBY DIGITAL
DOLBY D STEREO
VS 2-SP REF & WIDE
VS 3-SP REF & WIDE
VS 4-SP WIDE
VS 5-SP WIDE
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Logic 7
Logic 7 7CH FILM
Logic 7 7CH MUSIC
Logic 7 5CH FILM
Logic 7 5CH MUSIC
DSP
Stereo
Setup
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Incoming DTS
Datastream
Dolby
DTS 5.1 MATRIX
DTS 96/24
DTS 6.1 DISCRETE
DTS+PLIIx Film & Music*
*These modes are only
available when a DTS source is
playing and the Dolby Mode
Family button is pressed on
the remote.
Analog, 2-channel
Analog, 2-channel
96kHz sample rate
DTS 96/24
DTS 96/24 ST
DTS NEO:6
DTS-ES DISCRETE
DTS
DTS STEREO
Dolby
PLIIx Film, Music, & Game
PLII Film, Music, & Game
Pro Logic
VS 2-SP REF & WIDE
VS 3-SP REF & WIDE
VS 4-SP WIDE
VS 5-SP WIDE
DTS
Neo 6: 6ch Cinema
Neo 6: 6ch Music
Neo 6: 5ch Cinema
Neo 6: 5ch Music
Neo 6: 3ch Cinema
Logic 7
Logic 7 7CH FILM
Logic 7 7CH MUSIC
Logic 7 5CH FILM
Logic 7 5CH MUSIC
PLIIx Film, Music, & Game
PLII Film, Music, & Game
Pro Logic
DSP
Stereo
Hall 1 5ch
Hall 1 6ch
Hall 2 5ch
Hall 2 6ch
2-ch Stereo
2-ch Bypass*
5-ch Stereo
7-ch Stereo
*The 2-ch Bypass mode is
ONLY available if the Tone
Controls parameter is set to
OFF.
5-CHANNEL
5.1-ch Bypass
48kHz & 96kHz sample rate
48kHz & 96kHz sample rate
Stereo
Logic 7 7CH FILM
Logic 7 7CH MUSIC
Logic 7 5CH FILM
Logic 7 5CH MUSIC
Analog, 5-channel
Analog, 7-channel
DSP
DTS NEO:6
DTS
DTS STEREO
DTS 20-bit 5.1 ch CD
48kHz sample rate
Logic 7
DTS-ES MATRIX
DTS
DTS STEREO
DTS 5.1 and
Incoming ANALOG
Datastream
DTS
PLIIx Film & Music
Logic 7 7CH FILM
Logic 7 7CH MUSIC
5-CHANNEL
5.1-ch Bypass
7-CHANNEL
7.1-ch Bypass
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LISTENING MODE DESCRIPTIONS
The following table provides a brief description of each listening mode.
Logic 7 Film
Logic 7 Music
A proprietary Lexicon technology, Logic 7 is an advanced mode that extracts the maximum surround information from either surround-encoded programs or conventional stereo material. Film 7.1 and Music 7.1 are tailored specifically for use with rear speakers, while Film 5.1 and Music 5.1 are specifically formatted for use without rear speakers. The Film modes should be used with any source that contains Dolby Surround or similar matrix
encoding to experience increased center channel intelligibility and more accurate placement of sounds with fades and pans. The Music modes
enhance the listening experience by presenting a wider front soundstage and greater rear ambience. Both Logic 7 modes also direct low-frequency
information to the subwoofer (if installed and configured) to deliver maximum bass impact. Logic 7 adds additional bass enhancement that circulates
low frequencies in the 40 Hz to 120 Hz range to the front and surround speakers to deliver a less localized soundstage that seems broader and wider
than when the subwoofer is the sole source of bass energy.
Note: Logic 7 Film is designed for use with a center channel. If your speaker system does not have a center channel, then use Logic 7 Music.
Dolby Digital
Available only with digital input sources encoded with Dolby Digital data. It provides up to five separate main audio channels and a special dedicated
low-frequency effects channel. This mode does not use the rear speakers.
Dolby Digital EX
Available when the receiver is configured for 7.1-channel operation, Dolby Digital EX is an extended version of Dolby Digital. When used with movies
or other programs that have special encoding, Dolby Digital EX reproduces specially-encoded soundtracks so that a full 7.1 sound field is available.
Even if a source does not contain specific EX encoding, the special algorithm may be used to derive a 7.1-channel output.
Dolby Pro Logic II
Film
Music
Game
Pro Logic
Dolby Pro Logic II decodes full-range, discrete, left, center, right, right surround, and left surround channels from matrix surround-encoded programs
and conventional stereo sources. The Dolby Pro Logic II Film mode is optimized for movie soundtracks, while the Pro Logic II Music mode should be
used with musical selections. The Pro Logic II Game mode is designed to enhance the soundtrack of video games for either dedicated consoles or
computers. The Pro Logic mode re-creates the original Pro Logic processing for those who prefer that presentation format.
Dolby Pro Logic IIx
Film
Music
Game
Dolby Pro Logic IIx is the latest extension of Dolby Laboratory’s benchmark matrix surround technology, which creates a discrete 7.1 sound field from
matrix surround or two-channel stereo sources when your system is configured for surround back speakers. Film, Music, and Game versions are
available that customize the processing to the type of source in use. These modes may also be used to create 7.1 sound fields from 5.1 digital
soundtracks.
Dolby Virtual Speaker
Reference
Wide
Dolby Virtual Speaker technology uses a next-generation advanced algorithm to reproduce the dynamics and surround sound effects of a precisely
placed 5.1-channel speaker system using only front left and right speakers. In the Reference mode, the apparent width of the sound across the front
image is defined by the distance between the two speakers. The Wide mode provides a wider, more spacious front image when the two speakers are
close together. Depending upon the number of speakers available in your system, a variety of different sound field options are available for both the
Reference and Wide modes.
DTS 5.1
When the speaker configuration is set for 5.1-channel operation, the DTS 5.1 mode is available when DVD, audio-only music, or laser discs encoded
with DTS data are played. DTS 5.1 provides up to five separate main audio channels and a special dedicated low-frequency effects channel.
DTS-ES 6.1 Matrix
DTS-ES 6.1 Discrete
When the speaker configuration is set for 7.1-channel operation, playback of a DTS-encoded program source will automatically trigger the selection of
one of the two DTS-ES modes. Newer discs with special DTS-ES Discrete-encoding will be decoded to provide six discrete, full-bandwidth channels
plus a separate low-frequency effects channel. All other DTS discs will be decoded using the DTS-ES Matrix mode, which creates a 6.1-channel sound
field from the original 5.1-channel soundtrack.
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DTS Neo:6 Cinema
DTS Neo:6 Music
These two modes are available when any analog source is playing to create a three-channel, five-channel, or six-channel surround presentation from
conventional Matrix-encoded and traditional Stereo sources. Select the Cinema version of the Neo:6 when a program with any type of Matrix
surround encoding is present. Select the Music version of Neo:6 for optimal processing when a non-encoded, two-channel stereo program is being
played.
DTS Neo:6
The DTS Neo:6 mode is designed for use with matrix-encoded digital signals. This mode is available when Digital DTS 96/24, DTS 5.1, and DTS 20-bit
5.1 CH CD data streams are active. DTS Neo:6 derives six channels when both side and rear speakers are present (rear speakers will be in parallel). It
derives five channels when only side speakers are present.
DTS 96/24
DTS 96/24 is available on specially-encoded (and labeled) optical discs that offer five channels of audio with a 96kHz sampling rate that delivers greatly
improved audio performance. When a DTS 96/24 disc is in use and the player is connected with a digital link, the mode is selected automatically.
Hall 1 & Hall 2
The Hall modes, for both 5-channel and 7-channel systems, create sound fields that resemble a small-(Hall 1) or medium-sized (Hall 2) concert hall.
5-Channel Stereo
7-Channel Stereo
This mode takes advantage of multiple speakers to place a stereo signal at both the front and back of a room. Ideal for playing music in situations such
as a party, it places the same signal at the front-left and surround-left, and front-right and surround-right speakers. The center channel is fed a summed
mono mix of the in-phase material of the left and right channels. If the MV-5 has been configured for 6.1-/7.1-channel operation, both of these options
are available for selection. If the MV-5 has been configured for 5.1-channel operation, only the 5-Channel Stereo option is available.
2-Channel Stereo
This mode turns off all surround processing and presents pure left- and right-channel stereo programs. The bass management processing that routes
low frequencies to the subwoofers is still active.
2-Channel Stereo
Bypass
This mode turns off all surround processing and present pure left- and right-channel stereo programs. The bass management processing that routes
low frequencies to the subwoofers is still active. This mode does not allow any user modification of the audio, such as Bass or Treble adjustments.
Note: This mode is only available when the Tone Controls are set to OFF.
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5.1-CHANNEL & 7.1-CHANNEL DIRECT INPUTS
DTS & DOLBY STATUS DISPLAYS
There are four listening modes available for use with surround
sources such as DVD-Audio, SACD, HD-DVD, or Blue-ray players.
These listening modes are for use when the MV-5 8-channel direct
inputs are in use. We recommend you use these listening modes
under the following conditions:
The upper right-hand corner of the front panel 2-line display may
indicate status information regarding the incoming source. If a
Dolby or DTS source is input and the MV-5 is configured to a
surround system, the following status indicators may be displayed
to indicate the state of the incoming source:
•
•
ES-ON: Indicates when an encoded DTS signal, discrete or
matrix, is input to the surround back channels. “ON” indicates
that the condition exists, or is active; “OF” indicates that the
condition does not exist, or is off.
•
DS-ON: Indicates when the input signal is encoded with Dolby
Surround under the Dolby 2.0 standard. “ON” indicates that
the condition exists, or is active; “OF” indicates that the
condition does not exist, or is off.
•
EX-ON: Indicates when Dolby Surround EX is input with the
digital stream, if a surround channel (3/2 or 2/2) exists. “ON”
indicates that the condition exists, or is active; “OF” indicates
that the condition does not exist, or is off.
•
5.1 BYPASS - Use this listening mode when the Surround Back
L/R inputs are NOT in use and the input source device has its
own internal bass management system. The incoming audio
stream passes from the source directly through to the volume
control without any analog-to-digital conversion. This mode
also mutes the unusued input jacks to prevent unwanted noise
from interfering with system performance.
5-CHANNEL - Use this listening mode when the Surround Back
L/R inputs are NOT in use and the input source device does
NOT have its own internal bass management system. In this
mode, the analog source is converted to digital so that it uses
the same bass management options for the direct input as used
for all other inputs. This mode also mutes the unusued input
jacks to prevent unwanted noise from interfering with system
performance.
•
7.1 BYPASS - Use this listening mode when the 8-channel direct
inputs are in use and the input source device has its own
internal bass management system. The incoming audio stream
passes from the source directly through to the volume control
without any analog-to-digital conversion.
•
7-CHANNEL - Use this listening mode when the 8-channel
direct inputs are in use and the input source device does NOT
have its own internal bass management system. In this mode,
the analog source is converted to digital so that it uses the same
bass management options for the direct input as used for all
other inputs.
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SURROUND CONFIGURATION
Selecting the SETUP menu SURROUND CONFIG option opens the Surround Configuration menu, which is used to customize the list of available
listening modes that can be applied to incoming signals. Each Mode Family has a subset of available listening modes that can be turned off. If the
listening mode is set to OFF, then the applicable listening modes in that family are not available for selection from the mode buttons. If the listening
mode is ON, then the applicable listening modes in that family are available for selection.
These are not input-specific settings; if a Mode Family option is turned off, it is removed from the list of available listening modes for ALL inputs, and
regardless of the incoming data stream. Some modes, such as Dolby Digital, DTS, and the Stereo modes in the PCM menus, cannot be excluded
from the mode selections.
Note: The Logic 7 Default parameter is the one exception in the Surround Configuration menu - this parameter has different functionality, as described on the
following page.
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
INPUT SETUP
SURROUND CONFIG
DOLBY CONFIG
MUTE LEVELS
POWER ON SETTINGS
SURROUND CONFIG
LOGIC 7 DEFAULT: ON
DOLBY MULTI-CHANNEL
DOLBY 2.0
DTS
PCM 44.1/48 kHz
PCM 96kHz
DOLBY MULTI-CHANNEL
DOLBY 2.0
DTS
DTS 96/24: ON
DTS NEO:6: ON
DTS-ES MATRIX: ON
DTS-ES DISCRETE: ON
LOGIC 7: ON
STEREO DOWN MIX: ON
DOLBY PLII: ON
DOLBY PLIIx: ON
DOLBY VIRTUAL: OFF
LOGIC 7: ON
DOLBY VIRTUAL: OFF
LOGIC 7: ON
STEREO DOWN MIX: ON
PCM 44.1/48 kHz
PCM 96kHz
LOGIC 7: ON
DOLBY PLII: ON
DOLBY PLIIx: ON
DTS NEO:6: ON
5/7 CH STEREO: ON
LOGIC 7: ON
DOLBY PLII: ON
DOLBY PLIIx: ON
DOLBY VIRTUAL: OFF
DTS NEO:6: ON
HALL: ON
5/7 CH STEREO: ON
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LOGIC 7 DEFAULT
SETUP
SURROUND CONFIG
OFF, ON
LOGIC 7 DEFAULT
Allows the user to choose Logic 7 as the default surround mode for
all incoming audio signals. If this parameter is OFF, then the MV-5
selects the native format of the incoming signal as the default
listening mode. If set to ON, then all incoming audio signals are
defaulted to the Logic 7 listening modes.
Setting the Logic 7 Default to ON does not prevent other listening
modes from being available through the Mode buttons. Selecting
the DOLBY, DTS, DSP, or STER soft button on the remote control
switches the Mode menu selections to any listening modes available
for those families.
Note: The Logic 7 Default is the only menu item in the Surround Config
menu that has different functionality.
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Setup
MV-5
DOLBY CONFIGURATION
Selecting the SETUP menu DOLBY CONFIG option opens the Dolby Configuration menu, which is used to configure the Dolby surround modes for
optimum performance.
DIMENSION
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
INPUT SETUP
SURROUND CONFIG
DOLBY CONFIG
MUTE LEVELS
POWER ON SETTINGS
DOLBY CONFIGURATION
MODE: DOLBY PLII MUSIC
CENTER WIDTH:3
DIMENSION: 0
PANORAMA: OFF
NIGHT: OFF
SETUP
DOLBY CONFIG
R-1, R-2, R-3, O, F-1, F-2, F-3
DIMENSION
Alters the perceived depth of the surround field by creating a
shallower presentation (F-1 to F-3) that appears to move the center
of the sound field towards the front of the room or a deeper
presentation (R-1 to R-3) that appears to move the sound field
towards the rear of the room.
PANORAMA
Note: The Dolby Configuration only applies to the Dolby PLII Music and
Dolby PLIIx Music listening modes. The Dolby Pro Logic IIx mode requires
a 7.1-channel configured system.
MODE
SETUP
PLII, PLIIx
DOLBY CONFIG
MODE
SETUP
DOLBY CONFIG
OFF, ON
PANORAMA
Appears to increase the sound presentation along the sides of the
room by extending the stereo image to include surround channel
signals, which enhances the sense of surround sound by creating a
“wraparound” effect with side wall imaging.
Selects the MODE parameter, which chooses between the Dolby PLII
Music and Dolby PLIIx Music listening modes.
NIGHT
CENTER WIDTH
Adjusts the audio settings for Night mode. The Night mode uses
special processing to preserve the dynamic range and full intelligibility
of a movie soundtrack while reducing the peak level. This prevents
abruptly loud transitions from disturbing others, without reducing the
sonic impact of a digital source. Use the MID setting for mild
compression and the MAX setting for more severe compression.
SETUP
DOLBY CONFIG
0 TO 7
CENTER WIDTH
Adjusts the balance of the vocal information in the front soundstage
between the center and front left/right speakers. The higher settings
spread the center channel sound more broadly into the left and right
channels while a lower number produces a tigher center channel
presentation. The Center Width range is 0 to 7 in single increments.
SETUP
OFF, MID, MAX
DOLBY CONFIG
NIGHT
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Setup
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MUTE LEVELS
POWER ON SETTINGS
Selecting the SETUP menu MUTE LEVELS option opens the Mute
Levels menu, which is used to adjust the mute levels of both the Main
Zone and Zone 2 audio outputs.
Selecting the SETUP menu POWER ON SETTINGS option opens the
Power On Settings menu, which provides user preferences to the
Power On Volume and Dock Auto Power settings.
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
INPUT SETUP
SURROUND CONFIG
DOLBY CONFIG
MUTE LEVELS
POWER ON SETTINGS
MUTE LEVELS
MAIN ZONE: -30dB
ZONE-2: -30dB
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
INPUT SETUP
SURROUND CONFIG
DOLBY CONFIG
MUTE LEVELS
POWER ON SETTINGS
POWER ON VOL
MAIN ZONE
SETUP
MUTE LEVELS
FULL, -10, -20, -30, -40dB
MAIN ZONE
Allows you to choose different levels of attenuation for Main Zone
audio muting. The FULL setting completely mutes the box. The
other available settings perform incremental muting.
ZONE 2
SETUP
FULL, -10, -20, -30, -40dB
MUTE LEVELS
ZONE-2
Allows you to choose different levels of attenuation for Zone 2 audio
muting. The FULL setting completely mutes the box. The other
available settings perform incremental muting.
SETUP
POWER ON SETTINGS
POWER ON SETTINGS
POWER ON VOL: -30dB
DOCK AUTO POWER: ON
LAST, -80dB TO -10dB
POWER ON VOL
Identifies the starting volume level when the MV-5 is powered on.
The Last parameter sets the volume to the same volume that existed
when the unit was put into Standby or powered off from the rear
panel switch. The Power On Volume can be set from –80dB to –10dB
in 1dB increments.
DOCK AUTO POWER
SETUP
POWER ON SETTINGS
OFF, ON
DOCK AUTO POWER
If the Dock Auto Power parameter is set to ON, then if an iPod is
playing when plugged into the Dock, it will take the MV-5 out of
Standby mode and select the Dock input. If the Dock Auto Power
parameter is set to OFF, then the MV-5 does not respond when a
running iPod is plugged into the Dock. For more information about
the Dock input & controls, refer to Section 5: PC & Dock Controls.
Note: If the Main Zone is OFF when the MV-5 is put into Standby, when
the iPod is plugged into the Dock, the MV-5 will power up but the Main
Zone will remain OFF. The user will need to manually select the DOCK
input at that point.
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Audio Controls & Video Status
Audio Controls ............................................................................4-2
Video Status ............................................................................... 4-4
Audio Controls & Video Status
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AUDIO CONTROLS
Selecting AUDIO CONTROLS opens the AUDIO CONTROLS menu. All of the Audio Controls interact with the AUTOCAL settings, except for the
Audio Status parameter.
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
AUDIO CONTROLS
AUTO EQ: ON
EQ PRESET
EQ ADJUST
TONE CONTROLS: OFF
BASS: 0dB
TREBLE: 0dB
AUDIO STATUS
EQ PRESET
EQ ADJUST
HF SHELF: 0dB
ACTIVE PS: USER
PRESET 1: FACTORY
PRESET 2: FACTORY
PRESET 3: FACTORY
AUDIO STATUS
INPUT: HD+
NAME:
CONNECTOR: ANALOG 3
AUDIO: - - MODE FAMILY: LOGIC 7
MODE: MUSIC 5.1
AUTO EQ
AUDIO CONTROLS
OFF, ON
AUTO EQ: ON
If the AUTOCAL process is performed and the settings are saved,
then the Auto EQ parameter identifies if the saved AUTOCAL
settings are being actively applied to the system. When the Auto EQ
parameter is OFF, the AUTOCAL settings are not applied.
Note: When the AUTO EQ parameter is set to OFF, the EQ ADJUST
parameter is also not applied.
EQ PRESET
AUDIO CONTROLS
PRESET 1, PRESET 2, PRESET 3, USER
EQ PRESET
Identifies the three preset locations where the AUTOCAL settings
are saved, and displays the state of each preset (saved or unused).
The Active PS, or Active Preset, parameter identifies the preset
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location that is currently active if the AUTO EQ parameter is set to
ON for any input. The Active Preset can be set to any of the three
saved preset locations.
The Preset locations cannot be selected and are present only to
identify the current state of each location. If the location indicates
“SET” then the preset location has AUTOCAL settings saved to it. If
the location indicates “FACTORY”, then the preset location has not
been used and remains at the default factory settings.
Note: If all three Preset locations indicate “FACTORY”, then the AUTOCAL
procedure has not yet been done, or at the least, the settings have not been
saved.
For more information on the AUTOCAL process, refer to Section 3:
Setup.
Audio Controls & Video Status
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To load a different saved EQ Preset into the system:
1. Decide which saved Preset location you want to load.
2. Select ACTIVE PS from the EQ PRESET menu.
3. Use the
to load.
4. Press the
or
cursors to select the Preset location you want
Note: When the Tone Controls are OFF, the incoming audio datastream is
stereo analog, and the Mode Family is set to STEREO, four different listening
modes are available: 7CH STEREO, 5CH STEREO, 2CH STEREO, and 2CH
BYPASS. Refer to the “Listening Modes” section of Section 3: Setup for more
information.
BASS
cursor to save the selection.
AUDIO CONTROLS
When the Active PS is set to “USER”, this indicates a factory default
condition.
Note: Once a Preset location has been selected and saved, the factory
default “USER” option is no longer available for selection. Before a preset
location is saved, toggling the EQ on & off results in a noticeable change in
the subwoofer output level. This is normal behavior.
AUDIO CONTROLS
+8dB to -8dB
EQ ADJUST
HF SHELF
Located in the EQ ADJUST menu, the HF SHELF control acts as a
high-frequency shelf filter, which boosts or cuts frequencies above
1kHz. The HF SHELF parameter can be adjusted from +8dB to -8dB
in 1dB increments.
BASS
Controls the amount of low-frequency boost or cut applied to all of
the audio outputs. Bass is an independent setting for each input,
NOT a global setting. The BASS parameter can be adjusted from
+6dB to -6dB in 1dB increments.
TREBLE
AUDIO CONTROLS
HF SHELF
+6dB to -6dB
+6dB to -6dB
TREBLE
Controls the amount of high-frequency boost or cut applied to all
of the audio outputs except for the subwoofers. Treble is an
independent setting for each input, NOT a global setting. The
TREBLE parameter can be adjusted from +6dB to -6dB in 1dB
increments.
Note: The HF SHELF parameter does not adjust the timbre of the rear
speakers in the 7-CHANNEL listening mode.
TONE CONTROLS
AUDIO CONTROLS
OFF, ON
TONE CONTROLS: OFF
Activates or deactivates the Bass and Treble Tone Controls. Bass and
Treble controls are only active when the Tone Control parameter is
set to ON.
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Audio Controls & Video Status
AUDIO STATUS
AUDIO CONTROLS
AUDIO STATUS
INPUT: HD+
NAME:
CONNECTOR: ANALOG 3
AUDIO: - - MODE FAMILY: LOGIC 7
MODE: MUSIC 5.1
The AUDIO STATUS menu is an information-only menu identifying
the current audio status of the MV-5.
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INPUT identifies the currently selected input.
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NAME identifies the customer-chosen name, if any, for the
currently selected input.
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CONNECTOR identifies the current audio connector in use.
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AUDIO identifies what type of audio signal is in use.
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MODE FAMILY identifies the currently selected mode family.
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MODE identifies the currently selected listening mode.
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INPUT RESOL identifies the current input resolution setting.
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COPY PROTECTION identifies the current status of copy
protection.
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V-PROCESS identifies the current setting of the video processor.
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OUTPUT RESOL identifies the current output resolution setting
of the HDMI and Component outputs.
Note: The HDMI and component output resolution values are always
the same, unless copy protection is active. In some cases, copy
protected inputs can restrict the component output format options.
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COMPONENT OUT identifies the currently
component output status as described below.
selected
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S-VIDEO OUT identifies the currently selected S-video output
status as described below.
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COMPOSITE OUT identifies the currently selected composite
output status as described below.
The Component, S-Video, and Composite Out parameters all reflect
the interaction between the input type (which is not listed in the
Video Status menu), the copy protection status, the video process
parameter setting, and the current output resolution.
Note: The Audio line is dashed out if the audio input is analog.
Therefore...
VIDEO STATUS
VIDEO STATUS
VIDEO STATUS
INPUT RESOL: - - COPY PROTECTION: OFF
V-PROCESS: FAROUDJA
OUTPUT RESOL: - - COMPONENT OUT: 480i
S-VIDEO OUT: OFF
COMPOSITE OUT: OFF
The VIDEO STATUS menu is an information-only menu identifying
the current video status of the MV-5.
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COMPONENT OUT displays “OFF” if the component output is
disabled for the current video input and processing
configuration. Otherwise, it displays “Enabled”.
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S-VIDEO OUT displays “OFF’ if the S-video output is disabled
for the current video input and processing configuration.
Otherwise, it displays the current output resolution.
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COMPOSITE OUT displays “OFF’ if the composite output is
disabled for the current video input and processing
configuration. Otherwise, it displays the current output
resolution.
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PC & Dock Controls
PC & Dock Overview ..................................................................5-2
PC Controls.................................................................................5-2
Setting Up to Play ..................................................................................... 5-2
Playing PC Media...................................................................................... 5-3
Dock Functionality ......................................................................5-4
Connecting the Dock to the MV-5 ............................................................ 5-4
Selecting the Correct iPod Insert ............................................................... 5-4
Docking the iPod ...................................................................................... 5-5
Dock 2-line Display Characteristics ............................................................ 5-5
Controlling the iPod with the MV-5 .......................................................... 5-6
Charging the iPod..................................................................................... 5-6
Removing the iPod ................................................................................... 5-6
Zone 2 iPod Controls ................................................................................ 5-7
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PC & DOCK OVERVIEW
PC CONTROLS
Unlike the other ten inputs of the MV-5 Processor, the PC and Dock
inputs are NOT interchangeable. These two inputs have specific
audio-only functionality that is exclusive to these individual inputs.
The MV-5 is capable of direct connection to a computer for audio
playback. Once connected, playback of audio streams from a
computer are possible through your MV-5 Processor, with all the
power and performance of your own speakers and the enhanced
multi-channel playback made possible through the use of Logic 7,
Dolby Pro Logic II/IIx, or DTS Neo:6 processing.
The PC input is tied to the USB jack on the rear panel and is only for
use with media software on a computer. The Dock input is tied to
the DOCK connector on the rear panel and is only for use with iPod
players that are connected to the DOCK input via the optional D-1
Dock accessory. The Dock controls and features are discussed in
later sections of this chapter.
While both of these inputs have devoted touch screen menu
controls using the remote control, there are NO front panel
controls for use with the DOCK or PC inputs.
Note: The audio input for the PC and Dock inputs is not user-adjustable.
However, the video input for these two inputs can be set to any of the
available rear panel video inputs and are as fully customizable as any of the
other ten inputs.
In addition to these Main Zone differences, the PC and DOCK
inputs also behave differently in Zone 2 operation. Unlike the other
inputs, the PC and DOCK inputs in Zone 2 operate independently
of both each other and the other ten inputs, regardless of what is
playing in the Main Zone. Any combination of these two inputs
may be selected in the Main Zone and Zone 2, including the
selection of one input playing simultaneously in both Zones. In
addition, if one of these inputs is playing in the Main Zone, you can
freely choose any other Analog input in Zone 2.
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SETTING UP TO PLAY
The MV-5 Processor connects to a PC-compatible computer
through the USB jack on the rear panel. Connect one of the
available USB jacks on your computer to the USB jack on the MV-5
rear panel using a cable with one standard USB connector and one
USB “Mini B” connector. Only the PC input can be used with
computer media players.
Note: The PC Input setup displays Digital Audio as USB, Analog Audio as
NONE, and the Dig/Anlg Auto parameter is dashed out. These three
parameters cannot be changed for the PC Input.
The MV-5 may be used with PC-compatible computers running
Microsoft Windows 2000® with Service Pack 4 or higher installed,
Vista®, Windows XP®, or Windows XP Media Center Edition with
Service Pack 1 or higher installed. In addition, you will need to have
a media player installed on the computer. The MV-5 has been
tested for operation with Windows Media Player® Version 8.0 and
above, but it is also compatible with many other popular players
such as iTunes®, WinAmp®, and Real Player®. Always verify that you
have the latest version of the player installed to ensure the best
compatibility and performance.
PC & Dock Controls
MV-5
When the connection between a computer and the MV-5 is made
for the first time, or if the USB connection is plugged into a different
USB jack on a computer or hub that has not been previously
connected to the MV-5, you will see a series of pop-up messages
from Windows to indicate that the computer is configuring itself for
the new device. Since the MV-5 provides a number of different
functions, you may see the “Found New Hardware” message up to
four times, one each for “A/V Receiver,” “Compatible Device,”
“Audio Receiver”, and “Human Interface Device.”
CAUTION!
Do NOT power cycle the computer while connected to the
MV-5 with the PC input selected. The computer MUST be
on and connected to the MV-5 rear panel USB jack BEFORE
selecting the PC input on the MV-5. Selecting the PC input
first may cause a burst of loud noise that may be
damaging to the speakers or the listener’s hearing.
Harman Specialty Group assumes no responsibility for
damage caused in this manner.
PLAYING PC MEDIA
Before selecting the PC input on the MV-5, make certain that
the media player has been opened on the computer and is
the “top” or active screen. The remote control PC input
commands will not operate the media player if it is minimized or
“behind” other programs.
You are now ready to begin playing music. The MV-5 remote
control or the computer media player program can be used to
control the play, pause, skip forward, and skip back features of the
media player.
Using the MV-5 remote control:
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Page 4 of the “Lex” touch screen menu provides media player
controls for use with the PC input.
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The PC || option mimics the Pause/Play control. If the playlist
is not active, pressing this option starts the playlist. If the
playlist is already playing, then pressing this option pauses it.
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The PC- option mimics the Skip Back control. Pressing this
option causes the media player to skip back a track in the
playlist.
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The PC+ option mimics the Skip Forward control. Pressing this
option causes the media player to skip forward a track in the
playlist.
Once playback is started, the audio from a USB source is treated the
same as any other 2-channel audio source, and you may apply any
of the appropriate surround processing modes.
Note: Whenever the USB jack is connected to the computer, the RV-5 will be
selected as the sound card for the computer, even while the MV-5 is in
Standby.
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PC & Dock Controls
DOCK FUNCTIONALITY
The optional D-1 iPod Docking Station allows you to enter a new
world of listening enjoyment made possible by combining the
storage capacity and playback flexibility of an iPod® (not included)
with the sonic power of your MV-5 Processor. Operation is easy, you
can use your MV-5 remote control to access and control your iPod
selections. Just one simple connection and you’re ready to go!
Note: This functionality is ONLY available if you have purchased the optional
D-1 iPod Docking Station. Refer to Section 1: Getting Started for ordering
details.
CONNECTING THE DOCK TO THE MV-5
Before connecting the Dock, turn the MV-5 off using either the
main power switch or the Standby button.
With the MV-5 off, press the button on each side of the connector
at the end of the Dock cable and insert this plug into the DOCK
connector on the rear panel of the MV-5. The connector is keyed to
only connect in one way. If you inadvertently try to plug the
connector in the wrong way, do not force it. Simply invert the
connector and try again.
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Once the DOCK connector is attached to the D-1 Dock accessory,
select the DOCK input. The MV-5 front panel 2-line front panel
display indicates that the input is “UNPLUGGED...”. The status
remains as “UNPLUGGED” until an iPod is actually docked.
Note: The DOCK Input setup displays Digital Audio as NONE, Analog Audio
as DOCK (or “UNPLUGGED” if there is no iPod connected to the MV-5), and
the Dig/Anlg Auto parameter is dashed out. These three parameters cannot
be changed for the DOCK Input.
When the iPod is initially plugged into the MV-5, the iPod goes to
the top of its music menu. When the iPod is removed, the iPod
menu goes to the root menu.
If the MV-5 is in Standby mode with the DOCK AUTO POWER
parameter set to ON and the iPod currently playing a track when it
is plugged into the Dock, the track will continue to play and the
2-line front panel display will show the current track information.
SELECTING THE CORRECT iPOD INSERT
Each iPod model is a slightly different size, making it necessary to
use an insert that matches your specific iPod to the Dock. The Dock
is shipped with the insert for the color screen and photo models
already installed; if you own one of those models, no further
changes are necessary.
If you own a different iPod, first select the insert that matches your
model. The model identification is printed on the back of each of
the four extra inserts supplied with the Dock.
Note: The iPod Shuffle is not supported by the optional D-1 iPod Docking
Station.
Press buttons when inserting or removing the plug.
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PC & Dock Controls
MV-5
To remove the factory installed
insert, hold the Dock with one
hand as you grab the edges of
the insert in the Dock with
your other hand, then pull
straight up. Use the following
as a guide to determine which
insert is correct for your iPod model:
DOCKING THE iPOD
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For any iPod with a color screen, including all iPod photo
models, use the insert with “COLOR/PHOTO” on the back.
This insert is already installed in the Dock at the factory.
Note: If you normally keep your iPod in a
protective case, or “skin”, you will need to
remove it before docking your iPod.
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For 20GB or 30GB iPod photo models only, remove the insert
marked “COLOR/PHOTO” and attach the two included foam
pads to the rear inside wall in the well of the insert before
replacing it.
When the iPod is plugged into the Dock, the iPod navigation
controls are no longer accessible and the iPod screen will read
“Connected and ready to be unplugged“.
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For iPods with a black & white screen and a 10GB, 15GB, or
20GB hard drive, use the insert with “10GB/15GB” on the
back.
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For iPods with a black & white screen and a 30GB or 40GB
hard drive, use the insert with “30GB/40GB” on the back.
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Use the insert with “mini” on the back for all iPod mini models.
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Use the insert with “Universal” on the back for iPod models
that come with a special insert.
Once you have selected the correct insert, place it over the well in
the center of the Dock and gently press it down so that it snaps into
place.
Note: Do not place an iPod in the Dock unless an insert is installed;
otherwise the iPod will not connect properly and damage may occur to the
Dock and/or your iPod that is not covered by the warranty for either
product.
After placing the appropriate insert in the
center well of the Dock and connecting
the Dock to your receiver, dock your iPod
by placing it into the insert, gently
pressing it down until the connectors
mate between the iPod and the Dock.
DOCK 2-LINE DISPLAY CHARACTERISTICS
When the DOCK input is selected, the 2-line front panel display
changes so that the left side of the display reflects the current iPod
information. Initially, the 2-line display on the MV-5 displays
“Menu” on the left side of the top line. “Playlists” and the number
of playlists available are displayed on the left side of the bottom
line. The ANLG signal type is identified on the top right side and
the current volume setting of the MV-5 is identified on the bottom
right side of the display, as shown:
MENU
ANLG
PLAYLISTS 11
-39dB
Note: The name of the iPod is always included as the first playlist.
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As the menus on the iPod are scrolled through, the top left side
indicates the menu item selected and the bottom left side indicates
the menu items as they are scrolled through, as shown:
PLAYLIST 4
ANLG
DINNER MIX
-39dB
Note: The allotted space for iPod navigation descriptions is 14 characters. If
a menu item is longer that this limitation, the displayed name is simply cut
off at the 14-character point.
When a song is playing, the bottom of the 2-line display identifies
the track counter, the time left on the song, and whether the song
is in PLAY or PAUSE mode. The top left side of the display
continuously scrolls through the song title, artist, and album title, as
shown:
Title: Everybod...
ANLG
0:57
-32dB
-2:08
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The IPOD+ option mimics the Skip Forward control. Pressing
this option causes the iPod to skip forward a track in the
playlist.
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The CLIK
iPod.
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The CLIK
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The MENU option mimics the MENU button on the iPod. The
Menu button backs out of the menu structure, one level at a
time, each time it is pressed.
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The SEL option mimics the SELECT button on the iPod. The
SELECT button acts as a play button at the song level. The
select button drills deeper into the menu structure, one level a
time, each time it’s pressed.
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The || options mimic the Pause/Play control of the iPod. If the
playlist is not active, pressing either of these options starts the
playlist. If the playlist is already playing, then pressing this
option pauses it.
option mimics a counter-clockwise click on the
option mimics a clockwise click on the iPod.
CHARGING THE iPOD
CONTROLLING THE iPOD WITH THE MV-5
To control the iPod once it is docked and connected to the MV-5,
use the remote control. Page 3 of the “LEX” menu layer of the
remote control touch screen is devoted to controlling the iPod.
Note: The following functionality is available only if there is a valid device
connected to the DOCK connector on the rear panel and the DOCK input
has been selected.
Using the MV-5 remote control:
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Page 3 of the “Lex” touch screen menu provides iPod controls
for use with the DOCK input.
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The IPOD- option mimics the Skip Back control. Pressing this
option causes the iPod to skip back a track in the playlist.
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You may leave your iPod in the Dock even when you are not using
it as a playback source. Whenever the iPod is docked and the MV-5
is turned on, the Dock will charge the battery in the iPod.
REMOVING THE iPOD
To remove the iPod from the Dock, grasp the sides of the iPod and
pull it straight up, away from the Dock.
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ZONE 2 iPOD CONTROLS
The MV-5 Processor allows the DOCK input, and attached iPod, to
be accessed and output to either the Main Zone or the Zone 2
location. However, for the DOCK inputs, the OSD and front panel
display reflect ONLY the Main Zone activity. Therefore, if the iPod is
accessed in Zone 2, there is no visible indication on the MV-5 that a
change has been made.
To control the iPod in Zone 2 via the remote control:
1. From the “Zone 2” menu layer, select the DOCK input (number pad key 8).
2. Page 1 of the “Zone 2” menu layer touch screen provides the
iPod controls.
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Troubleshooting & Maintenance
Troubleshooting......................................................................... 6-2
MV-5 Error Messages.................................................................. 6-7
Video Error Messages ................................................................................ 6-7
Autocal Error Messages ............................................................................. 6-8
Video Resolutions Table............................................................ 6-10
Routine Maintenance ............................................................... 6-12
Restoring Factory Default Settings ............................................ 6-12
Troubleshooting & Maintenance
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TROUBLESHOOTING
The MV-5 is powered on, but there is no audio.
The MV-5 does not power on.
1. Make sure that the source device is powered on, playing audio,
and set to the right output connector.
1. Make sure the rear panel power switch is set to the ON
position.
2. Attempt to power on the MV-5 with the front panel Standby
button and remote control ON button.
3. Examine the power cord to ensure a good connection between
the rear panel AC input connector and the wall outlet.
4. Check the electrical circuit and breaker.
The remote control does not work.
1. Make sure that the remote control touch screen is in the “LEX”
or “Zone 2” menu layers. The remote control is a universal
control designed to operate all of the home theater equipment
in your system. In order to control the MV-5, the remote
control must be in the “LEX” or “Zone 2” menu layers.
2. Eliminate obstructions between the remote control and the
front panel IR receiver. When the rear panel IR IN connector is
not in use, the remote control must be in line of sight with the
front panel IR receiver for proper operation. The remote control
might also become unreliable if strong sunlight or fluorescent
light is shining on the MV-5’s IR receiver.
3. Make sure the remote control batteries are correctly inserted
with the proper polarity.
4. Replace the remote control batteries. When the batteries are
low on power, the remote control enters a low-voltage
condition that prevents it from operating the MV-5.
5. If using the optional RF-1 Receiver, ensure that it is properly
connected to the MV-5 rear panel.
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2. Make sure the volume level is audible. Volume level can be
adjusted with the front panel volume knob or the remote
control VOL
and
buttons.
3. Make sure the audio has not been muted. The message “MUTE
ON” is displayed on the on-screen and front panel displays
when audio has been muted in the Main Zone. In addition, the
MUTE button on the front panel lights red when the Main Zone
mute is active and green when the Zone 2 mute is active. If
both Zones are muted, the Mute button lights amber. To
deactivate mute, press the MUTE button or adjust the volume
level.
4. Verify that all rear panel input and output connections are
correct.
5. Check the INPUT SETUP menu DIG AUDIO and ANLG AUDIO
parameters to ensure the appropriate audio connector is assigned
to the selected input.
6. Verify that the incoming audio signal is compatible with the input
chosen.
Note: The rear panel input connectors marked S/PDIF INPUTS (RCA
& TOSLINK connectors) are not compatible with MP3 sources.
The Subwoofer(s) distorts frequently.
The likely cause for the subwoofer(s) to distort is either an
incorrectly set output level or the subwoofer high-pass filter is set
too low. Verify that the SUB/LFE LPF setting (subwoofer cross-over
point) is set correctly. If correct, try setting the SUB HPF setting to a
higher value to resolve the issue. Refer to Section 3: Setup for more
information.
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A humming sound is present in the audio.
In the SEMI AUTOCAL Test, the Far Field Test keeps failing.
1. If a cable TV connection is present, disconnect the cable from
the wall outlet. If this eliminates the humming sound, a ground
loop isolation device is required. Contact your dealer or cable
provider for assistance.
1. Ensure that the microphone is placed in your preferred seating
location.
2. Disconnect components one at a time to isolate the problem.
Once the problem is identified, make sure the associated
component is properly grounded and connected to the same
electrical circuit as the MV-5 Processor.
RF interference is present in the audio or video.
1. Make sure the MV-5 is not positioned too close to RF-emitting
devices.
2. Move such items one at a time to isolate which device is
causing the problem.
3. Replace unshielded cables with shielded cables wherever
possible.
Audio sounds distorted when using analog audio inputs.
The likely cause for distorted audio while using the analog audio
inputs is that the input voltage is too high. The MV-5 analog inputs
have a maximum rating of 2 Vrms. Any input voltages higher than
this limit will exhibit audible distortion.
To correct the problem, reduce the analog audio output from the
connected device using the volume or level control. If neither is
available, an intermediate device may be required. Contact your
Lexicon dealer for assistance.
2. Ensure that the volume is set to -20dB.
3. In the Speakers Menu, ensure that none of the speakers
connected to the system have a cross-over selection of NONE.
During the Far Field Test, test tones are sent to ALL speaker
locations, regardless of the settings identified in the Speakers
menu. Therefore, every speaker that is plugged in MUST have
a cross-over setting other than NONE for the Far Field test to be
successul. If a cross-over is set to NONE but the speaker is
plugged in, the test will fail because it will “see” a speaker that
is identified as having no cross-over point.
4. Refer to the “AUTOCAL Error Messages” section found later in
this chapter for more information about specific error messages
related to the AUTOCAL process.
The volume won’t go to the +10 dB maximum level.
The speaker output level settings may affect the maximum volume
level of the MV-5 Processor. The maximum volume level is +10 dB
minus the maximum output level setting of any speaker. Thus, if
your front L/R output levels are set to +3 dB, the maxium allowable
volume level is +10 dB minus 3 dB, or +7 dB.
The picture on the video monitor is all one color.
This is a synchonization problem when using HDMI. When the
source device and video monitor do not sync correctly, the
color spacing may not load correctly. When the monitor color
is all red, or all green, it means that only half of the color
spacing data was loaded into the video monitor.
To correct the problem, simply enter the OSD menu and then exit
out again. This will resync the video and should clear the error.
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The MV-5 is powered on, but there is no video.
1. Examine the video cables – particularly the S-Video cables –
to ensure a good connection to the associated component.
2. Check the INPUT SETUP menu VIDEO IN parameter to ensure
the appropriate video connector is assigned to the selected
input.
3. Set the V-PROCESS parameter to BYPASS. This setting doesn’t
apply any video processing and outputs the signal in the same
resolution and format as the incoming signal.
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2. Use the
or
cursors to highlight SETUP and then press the
cursor, or press the SELECT button, to select the menu
option.
3. Using the cursors, highlight and select DISPLAY SETUP.
4. Then select CONNECTION. The parameter selection starts to
flash.
5. Use the
or
cursors to select ANALOG and then press the
cursor to save the selection.
6. Press EXIT to close the OSD menu.
4. Refer to the “Video Error Messages” section found later in this
chapter for more information about specific video-related error
messages.
The MV-5 is exhibiting erratic behavior.
5. Verify that the selected output is not analog with a HDCP
(High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) input source.
Source material that carries HDCP encoding is only available
through the HDMI output. No video is output on the analog
output connectors.
2. Put the MV-5 into Standby mode. Wait 10 seconds. Then take
the MV-5 out of Standby mode.
6. Verify that the input type selected on the video monitor
matches the selected output on the MV-5.
Video is shifted to the left.
When the MV-5 has both component and HDMI cables connected to
a video monitor with the Faroudja processing active, the Faroudja
processing may cause the video to shift to the left when the
component output is selected, particularly at higher resolution
settings.
To correct the issue, change the Display CONNECTION parameter
from HDMI/DVI to ANALOG, or unplug the HDMI cable.
To change the CONNECTION parameter:
1. Enter the OSD menu by pressing MENU on the remote control.
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1. Change to a different input, then return to the original input.
This may clear the discrepency.
3. Set the rear panel power switch of the MV-5 to the OFF
position. Wait 10 seconds. Then set the rear panel power switch
to the ON position.
4. With the MV-5’s rear panel power switch set to OFF, power-cycle
all other devices that are connected to the MV-5, such as DVD &
CD players, projectors, and monitors. When finished, restore
power to the MV-5 by setting the rear panel power switch to the
ON position and then taking the MV-5 out of Standby mode.
5. If the steps above do not resolve the behavior, document all
user-defined settings on the Installation Worksheet that begins
on page D-2. Then, follow the instructions found later in this
chapter to restore factory default settings.
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VIDEO IN is set to NONE, but the monitor has a video error, or
is showing a blue screen.
sync issues don’t need a power cycle to re-sync correctly. We
suggest that you try the following:
When the VIDEO IN parameter is set to NONE, the MV-5 outputs a
blue screen at 480i resolution. This blue screen cannot be disabled.
If the monitor does not support 480i resolution, the monitor may
display an error message.
1. Enter the OSD menu and then exit out again. This will resync
the video.
Note: This condition can also exist when the VIDEO IN parameter
has been setup, but there is no active incoming signal.
3. Power cycle the MV-5 by turning off the rear panel power
switch, wait at least 10 seconds, and then turn the rear panel
power switch to the ON position.
The 2-line OSD display does not appear on the video monitor.
4. With the MV-5’s rear panel power switch set to OFF, power-cycle
all other devices that are connected to the MV-5, such as DVD &
CD players, projectors, and monitors. When finished, restore
power to the MV-5 by setting the rear panel power switch to the
ON position and then taking the MV-5 out of Standby mode.
•
Verify that the 2-line OSD parameter under the Setup -> Display
Setup -> On-Screen Display menu is not set to OFF.
•
Verify the video input source. The 2-line OSD is supported only
at 480i and 576i resolutions when the incoming video source is
digital.
2. Put the MV-5 into Standby mode. Wait 10 seconds. Then take
the MV-5 out of Standby mode.
The MV-5 is connected via USB to the PC but the computer is
playing with the sound card, not the MV-5.
While using HDMI connections, the video monitor is behaving
oddly.
Connecting together all the components of your home theater
system with HDMI depends upon every piece of equipment
functioning in synchronization. If the timing of any one piece is out
of sync, then odd results can occur. For example, an out-of-sync
source might cause incorrect colors to appear on the screen, or to
shift all of the video to the left or towards the top of the screen. If
the video monitor sync is off, it might load the color spacing
incorrectly so that the screen appears to be all one color, instead of
displaying normal color. In short, an out-of-sync signal can cause a
number of very odd results.
This condition may exist if the media player was already active
when the USB cable was connected between the computer and the
MV-5 Processor. With the media player actively playing, it may not
“see” the USB connection. Close the media player, check the cable
connections, and then launch the media player again. Now it
should see the USB connection and switch control to the MV-5.
To correct the problem, the system needs to resync, which should
clear the error. Some out-of-sync issues are easier to clear than
others. Typically, power cycling the MV-5 will clear it, but some
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Using the PC input, the remote control commands on page 4 of
the LEX menu and page 2 of the ZONE 2 menu do not work.
1. Make sure that the computer is properly connected to the USB
input of the MV-5 Processor.
2. Make sure that PC is selected as the active input on the MV-5
Processor.
3. Make sure that the media player has been opened on the
computer and is playing audio.
4. Make sure the media player is the “top” or active screen on the
computer. The MV-5 remote control will not operate the media
player if it is minimized or “behind” other programs.
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The iPod’s front panel display and controls do not operate
when the iPod is docked and the DOCK input is selected as the
MV-5’s active input.
This is normal behavior and does not indicate a problem with the
iPod, the Dock, or the MV-5 Processor. Use the MV-5 remote
control to navigate the iPod functions. Refer to Section 5: PC & Dock
Controls, for further information.
The iPod does not seem to be functioning correctly.
Verify the video input setting of the Dock input in use. If the video
input is set to an HDMI input source, the functionality of the iPod
may be hindered.
CAUTION!
Do NOT power cycle the computer while connected to the
MV-5 with the PC input selected. The computer MUST be
on and connected to the MV-5 rear panel USB jack BEFORE
selecting the PC input on the MV-5. Selecting the PC
input first may cause a burst of loud noise that may be
damaging to the speakers or the listener’s hearing.
Harman Specialty Group assumes no responsibility for
damage caused in this manner.
The iPod does not play or respond to commands from the MV-5
remote control.
1. Make sure that the Dock is properly connected to the MV-5
Processor.
2. Make sure that the Dock is selected as the active input on the
MV-5 Processor.
3. Make sure that the touch screen of the MV-5 remote control is
in an iPod control page of the “LEX” or “ZONE 2” menu layer.
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If all else fails...
1. Document all user-defined settings on the Installation
Worksheet that begins on page D-2. Then, refer to the
“Restoring Factory Default Settings” section found later in this
chapter to reset the MV-5 to the factory settings.
Note: If you want to save your settings before restoring the
factory defaults, you must save them manually. The Installation Worksheet in Appendix D has been provided to assist
you.
2. Contact an authorized Lexicon dealer.
3. Contact Lexicon customer service at www.lexicon.com or
781-280-0300.
Note: Visit the knowledgebase at http://www.lexicon.com/kbase for
answers to frequently asked questions and additional troubleshooting
information.
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MV-5 ERROR MESSAGES
VIDEO FORMAT OUTPUT
ERROR
MV-5 error messages are displayed on the OSD when certain error
conditions exist. This section explains what each of these error
messages means and how to fix each problem.
VIDEO ERROR MESSAGES
The following error messages apply specifically to video issues.
VIDEO PROCESS ERROR
This error message will display
when the incoming datastream is
at a higher resolution than the
resolution of the VIDEO OUT
p a r a m e t e r. T h e M V- 5 c a n
up-sample a lower resolution to a
higher resolution. However it can
not down-sample to a lower
resolution setting.
VIDEO PROCESS NOTICE
Video input resolution
can not be higher than
video output resolution
when set to FAROUDJA.
Please adjust settings.
PRESS > TO CONTINUE
To correct the problem, right click to return to the VIDEO OUT
Setup parameter and change the VIDEO OUT parameter to AUTO
or to a resolution setting that is higher than that of the incoming
datastream.
This error message will display
when the MV-5 is connected to an
HDMI video monitor but the
VIDEO OUT parameter is set to a
resolution that is not supported by
the HDMI video monitor.
VIDEO OUTPUT NOTICE
Video output resolution
not supported by HDMI
monitor. Please select
a different VIDEO OUT
resolution.
PRESS > TO CONTINUE
To correct the problem, right click
to return to the VIDEO OUT Setup
parameter and change the VIDEO
OUT parameter to AUTO or to a
resolution setting that is supported
by the video monitor.
HDCP VIDEO ERROR
This error message will display
when the video monitor is not
HDCP compliant and the
incoming datastream requires
HDCP compliance. Typically, any
HDMI source will require a HDCP
compliant video monitor.
HDCP NOTICE
Display is not
HDCP Capable
To correct the problem, change
the incoming datastream to a
non-HDCP source or change the
video monitor to one that is HDCP
compliant.
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CHANGE MONITOR
MESSAGE
CHANGE MONITOR TO
ANALOG IN
This error message flashes on the
2-line OSD and front panel display
when an analog signal is being sent
to an HDMI monitor.
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FAR FIELD ERROR
This error message will display
when the microphone does not
detect sound from a speaker that
has a cross-over setting other than
“NONE” during the Far Field Test.
AUTOCAL ERROR MESSAGES
To correct the problem, check the
microphone position, verify the
sp eaker cables are connected
properly, verify that the volume
level is correct, and repeat the test.
The following error messages apply specifically to error conditions
that exist during the AUTOCAL or SEMI AUTOCAL procedures, or
that pertain to the saved AUTOCAL settings.
NEAR FIELD ERROR
To correct the problem, change the video monitor setting to an
analog input source.
MICROPHONE OVERLOAD
ERROR
This error message will display
when the microphone is placed too
close to the speaker grille of the
speaker under test during the Far
Field, Near Field, or Subwoofer
Tests.
CAUTION!
MICROPHONE OVERLOAD
Verify microphone
position and
lower volume 6dB.
REPEAT TEST
BACK TO SPK/EQ SETUP
If the microphone is too close to the speaker during
testing, damage to the speaker or microphone may
result.
To correct the problem, move the microphone further away from
the speaker under test and repeat the test.
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This error message will display
when the Near Field test has failed.
Ty p i c a l l y, t h i s f a i l u r e o c c u r s
because the microphone is not in
the proper position or the volume
setting is too low.
To correct the problem, verify that
the microphone is within two feet
of the speaker under test, verify the
sp eaker cables are connected
properly, verify that the volume
level is correct, and repeat the test.
FAR FIELD ERROR
Speakers detected:
FRT-L: NO
SIDE-R: NO
CENTER: YES REAR-R: YES
FRT-R: YES
REAR-L: YES
SIDE-L: YES
Verify mic position
and spkr connections.
If OK, raise volume 5dB.
REPEAT TEST
BACK TO SPK/EQ SETUP
NEAR FIELD AUTOCAL
ERROR
Verify mic position
and spkr connections.
If OK, raise volume 5dB.
REPEAT TEST
BACK TO SPK/EQ SETUP
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SUBWOOFER CAL ERROR
This error message will display
w h e n t h e S u b w o of e r t e s t h a s
failed. Typically, this failure occurs
because the microphone is not in
the proper position or the volume
setting is too low.
To correct the problem, check the
microphone position, verify the
subwoofer cables are connected
properly, verify that the volume
level is correct, and repeat the test.
SUBWOOFER CAL ERROR
Subwoofers detected:
SUBWOOFER 1: NO
SUBWOOFER 2: NO
Verify mic position
and sub connections.
If OK, raise volume 5dB.
REPEAT TEST
BACK TO SPK/EQ SETUP
Note: If you are using a powered subwoofer, verify that it is
powered on.
CROSS-OVER CHANGE
WARNING
This warning message will display
the first time each speaker or
subwoofer cross-over is manually
changed from the AUTOCAL or
SEMI AUTOCAL settings.
Press the
cursor button on the
remote control to clear the
warning message. When cross-over
changes are complete, run the
SEMI AUTOCAL procedure.
CAUTION
Changing these
settings will affect
the autocalibration.
Run SEMI AUTOCAL
after changes are made.
RETURN TO MENU
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VIDEO RESOLUTIONS TABLE
The MV-5 Processor is designed to allow flexibility in the selection of
video output resolutions. However, there are restrictions on what
resolutions can be made available due to incoming signal
limitations.
If you are not getting the expected resolution options for your
video monitor, it is possible that there is an incompatability
between the input setup selections and the incoming signal. The
table below describes those formats that are possible, given a
specific input source and input setup conditions.
Notes:
The following notes refer to the “Note” column in the table.
1. If the incoming HDMI signal is copy-protected (HDCP), all
analog video output is blocked. All the available outputs that
may be affected by copy protection are noted in the table by a
double asterix (**).
2. If the incoming analog video signal is Macrovision protected, a
form of copy protection for analog sources, then the component
video output must be either 480i or 480p resolution. If the
output resolution setting has a value that is higher than 480p
resolution, then no analog signal is output.
3. If the HDMI is not connected when the incoming signal is a
Macrovision protected analog video, then the VIDEO OUT
parameter changes automatically to 480p resolution and only
component video is output.
4. The difference between BYPASS and CONVERSION options is
where the video encoder is used (CONVERSION) or not
(BYPASS) when the S-video or composite video input is selected.
In CONVERSION mode, digital video from the analog input is
provided to the video encoder and the S-video and composite
video outputs are encoded. In BYPASS mode, the analog input
signal goes to the video output directly, with no encoding.
INPUT
OUTPUT
Video Mode
Source
HDMI
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Format
HDMI
Component
S-Video
Composite
Note
480i
480p ~ 1080i
480p ~ 1080i**
480i**
480i**
1
480p
480p ~ 1080i
480p ~ 1080i**
-
-
1
720p
720p ~ 1080i
720p ~ 1080i**
-
-
1
1080i
1080i
1080i**
-
-
1
480i
480p ~ 1080i
480p ~ 1080i
480i
480i
2, 3
480p ~ 1080i
480p ~ 1080i**
-
-
2, 3
720p ~ 1080i
720p ~ 1080i**
-
-
2, 3
FAROUDJA ON
Component
Analog
480p
1080i
1080i
1080i
-
-
2, 3
S-Video,
Composite
Analog
S-480i
480p ~ 1080i
480p ~ 1080i**
480i (from S)
480i (from S)
2, 3
C-480i
480p ~ 1080i
480p ~ 1080i**
480i (from C)
480i (from C)
2, 3
S&C - 480i
720p ~ 1080i
720p ~ 1080i
480i (from S)
480i (from S)
2, 3
720p
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INPUT
OUTPUT
Video Mode
Source
HDMI
Format
HDMI
S-Video,
Composite
Analog
HDMI
S-Video
Composite
Note
480i
480i
480i**
480i**
480i**
1
480p
480p
480p**
-
-
1
720p
720p
720p**
-
-
1
1080i
1080i
1080i**
-
-
1
480i
480i
-
-
2, 3
480p
480p
-
-
2, 3
480i
Component
Analog
Component
480p
BYPASS
720p
720p
720p
-
-
2, 3
1080i
1080i
1080i
-
-
2, 3
S-480i
480i
480i**
480i (from S)
480i (from S)
2, 3, 4
C-480i
480i
480i
-
480i (from C)
2, 3, 4
S&C - 480i
480i
480i
480i (from S)
480i (from S)
2, 3, 4
480i
480i
480i**
480i**
480i**
1
480p
480p
480p**
-
-
1
720p
720p
720p**
-
-
1
1080i
1080i
1080i**
-
-
1
480i
480i
480i
480i**
480i**
2, 3
Component
Analog
480p
S-Video,
Composite
Analog
CONVERSION
480p
480p
-
-
2, 3
720p
720p
720p
-
-
2, 3
1080i
1080i
1080i
-
-
2, 3
S-480i
480i
480i
480i (from S)
480i (from S)
2, 3, 4
C-480i
480i
480i
480i (from C)
480i (from C)
2, 3, 4
S&C - 480i
480i
480i
480i (from S)
480i (from S)
2, 3, 4
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ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
RESTORING FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS
The bulleted items below describe routine maintenance that should
be performed on a periodic basis.
It is possible to reset the MV-5 Processor to its factory settings.
However, doing so will permanently delete any user-defined or
manually-entered settings, including parameters such as speaker
setup changes and input names.
•
•
Clean the MV-5 exterior surface with a soft, lint-free cloth. Do
not use alcohol, benzene, acetone-based cleaners or strong
commercial cleaners. Do not use a cloth made with steel wool
or metal polish. If the MV-5 is exposed to a dusty environment,
a low-pressure blower can be used to remove dust from its
exterior surface.
Replace the remote control batteries as needed. The remote
control requires four AAA batteries. When these batteries are
low on power, the remote control enters a low-voltage
condition that prevents it from operating the MV-5. Normal
operation will resume when new batteries are installed.
Note: The Remote Control will not lose any custom settings if the batteries run out. All custom settings are stored in non-volatile FLASH
memory.
Before per forming a factor y reset, be sure to use the
worksheets in Appendix D to record all of the input and setup
information. The factory reset WILL delete all custom settings
except for the saved EQ Presets.
To restore the factory default settings:
1. Record all parameters and user-defined settings on the
Installation Worksheet that begins on page D-2.
2. Put the MV-5 into Standby.
3. Press and hold the MUTE and ST/MON buttons at the same
time.
After several seconds, the MV-5 will turn on. The front panel display
will state “RESET” and then it will return to the normal display. All
parameters and user-defined values will now reflect the factory
default settings, with the exception of any saved EQ Presets.
Note: If you want to save your settings before restoring the factory
defaults, you must record them manually. The Installation Worksheet
in Appendix D has been provided to assist you.
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A
Appendix
Specifications ............................................................................. A-2
Declaration of Conformity.......................................................... A-4
Appendix A
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SPECIFICATIONS
Inputs
HDMI Performance
HDMI (Version 1.1)
2 HDMI Type A, 19-pin connectors
HDMI Input
Analog Video
• Three component video, RCA connectors
• Four S-Video connectors
• Four composite video, RCA connectors
Video: 480i/p, 576i/p, 720p, or 1080i
Audio: Dolby Digital, DTS, & PCM (32, 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96kHz,
176.4kHz, and 192kHz)
HDMI Output
Digital Audio
• Four S/PDIF coaxial (RCA) and four S/PDIF optical
(Toslink) connectors
• Coaxial & optical input connectors conform to IEC-958,
S/PDIF standards
• One USB mini-B connector
Video: 480i/p, 576i/p, 720p, or 1080i
Audio: Dolby Digital, DTS, & PCM (32, 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96kHz,
176.4kHz. and 192kHz)
Analog Audio
•
•
•
•
Control
One 8-channel input array, RCA connectors
Six Stereo RCA connectors
One microphone, 3.5mm mono mini plug
1 DOCK 30-pin connector (for optional docking station)
• One RS-232, 9-pin, D-sub connector
• One IR receiver, on front panel
• One 3.5mm IR IN jack:
Input Voltage: 3V - 15V
Input Current: 10mA
Frequency: 20Hz - 1KHz
Accepts either stereo plug (Tip/Ring/Sleeve) or mono
plug (Tip/Sleeve)
S-Video& Composite Video Performance
Compatibility
NTSC, PAL, and SECAM
A/D converter
12-bit, 110MHz
D/A converter
12-bit, 74.25MHz
Input Level /
Impedance
1V peak-to-peak/75Ω
Output Level /
Impedance
1V peak-to-peak/75Ω
Frequency Response
Composite: 10Hz to 8MHz, -3dB
S-Video: 10Hz to 8MHz, -3dB
Component: 10Hz to 100MHz, -3dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio >65dB
Outputs
Differential Gain
<0.2%
Differential Phase
<0.5 degrees
Gain
+/- 0.15dB
HDMI (Version 1.1)
One HDMI Type A, 19-pin connector
Analog Video
• One component video, RCA connector
• One S-Video connector
• One composite video, RCA connector
Analog Audio
• One 8-channel preamplifier plus additional subwoofer,
RCA connectors
• Zone2 Analog Out: 1 RCA Stereo connector
Component Video Performance
Compatibility
3-channel (Y, Pr, Pb), format-independent
Two triggers - one power on/off & one programmable
3.5mm mono mini plugs
12VDC, 300mA maximum output draw
Impedance
75Ω
Insertion Loss
<3dB
Bandwidth
>100MHz
Control
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Appendix A
MV-5
Main Zone & Zone 2 Audio Performance
A/D conversion
24-bit, 96kHz, dual-bit ΔΣ
D/A conversion
24-bit, 44.1 to 192kHz, multi-bit ΔΣ
Input Sensitivity
200mV for Analog 1 to 6, and 200mV for 8-ch input
max input level: 2Vrms
Input Impedance
98.5kΩ for Analog 1 to 6, and 32kΩ for 8-ch input
Frequency Response
10Hz to 40kHz, +0, -2dB
THD + Noise
<0.05%, 20Hz to 20kHz
Dynamic Range
100dB typical, 22 kHz bandwidth
Signal-to-Noise Ratio 100dB typical, 22kHz bandwidth
min 100dBA, 103dBA typical
Output Level
200mV typical, 6Vrms maximum
Output Impedance
570Ω
General
Power Requirements
90-250VAC, 50-60Hz, 50W (Universal line input)
IEC detachable power cords (supplied)
Power Consumption
3.76W at Power on, idle
47.2W at rated power output (HDMI in/out mode)
Dimensions
•
•
•
•
Weight
• Net Weight: 17.6 lb (8 kg)
• Gross Weight: 26.5 lb (12 kg)
Rack-Mounting
Lexicon built rack mount kit not available.
Please seek alternative.
Operating
Environment
• Operating temperature: 0 to 45 C (32 to 113 F)
• Storage temperature: -20 to 60 C (-4 to 140 F)
• Relative humidity: 93% max without condensation
Remote Control
Hand-held, back-lit, IR/RF** pre-programmed and learning
remote control (requires 4 AAA batteries – included)
Height (with feet): 5.0 inches (127 mm)
Height (without feet): 4.3 inches (109 mm)
Width: 16.8 inches (426 mm)
Depth*: 16.7 inches (423 mm)
*Depth measurement includes knobs, buttons, and terminal connections.
**For use with optional RF-1 Receiver.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Appendix A
Lexicon
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Application of Council Directive(s):
2004/108/EEC and 73/23/EEC as amended by 93/68/EEC
Standard(s) to Which Conformity is Declared:
EN 55013:2001 + A1:2003
EN 55020:2002 + A1:2003 + A2:2005
EN 61000-3-2:2000 + A2:2005
EN 61000-3-3:1995 + A1:2001
EN 60065:2002
Manufacturer:
Harman Specialty Group
3 Oak Park
Bedford, MA 01730-1413 USA
The equipment identified here conforms to the
Directive(s) and Standard(s) specified above.
Type of Equipment: Digital Receiver
Model:
Lexicon MV-5
Date:
June 2007
Harman Specialty Group
Vice President of Engineering
3 Oak Park
Bedford, MA 01730-1413 USA
Tel: 781-280-0300
Fax: 781-280-0490
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B
Appendix
Main Menu: Audio Controls ........................................................B-2
Main Menu: Video Status ............................................................B-2
Main Menu: Setup ......................................................................B-3
Setup Menu: Display Setup ....................................................................... B-4
Setup Menu: Surround Config .................................................................. B-4
Setup Menu: Speaker/EQ Setup ...........................................................................B-5
Setup Menu: Input Setup.......................................................................... B-6
Note: All parameter values shown in the following menu trees indicate the
default parameter value if the MV-5 is restored to its factory default
state.
Appendix B
Lexicon
MAIN MENU: AUDIO CONTROLS
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
AUDIO CONTROLS
AUTO EQ: ON
EQ PRESET
EQ ADJUST
TONE CONTROLS: OFF
BASS: 0dB
TREBLE: 0dB
AUDIO STATUS
EQ ADJUST
HF SHELF: 0dB
AUDIO STATUS
INPUT: HD+
NAME:
CONNECTOR: ANALOG 3
AUDIO: - - MODE FAMILY: LOGIC 7
MODE: MUSIC 5.1
MAIN MENU: VIDEO STATUS
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
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VIDEO STATUS
INPUT RESOL: - - COPY PROTECTION: OFF
V-PROCESS: FAROUDJA
OUTPUT RESOL: - - COMPONENT OUT: 480i
S-VIDEO OUT: OFF
COMPOSITE OUT: OFF
EQ PRESET
ACTIVE PS: USER
PRESET 1: FACTORY
PRESET 2: FACTORY
PRESET 3: FACTORY
Appendix B
MV-5
MAIN MENU: SETUP
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
INPUT SETUP
SURROUND CONFIG
DOLBY CONFIG
MUTE LEVELS
POWER ON SETTINGS
DOLBY CONFIGURATION
DISPLAY SETUP
CONNECTION: HDMI/DVI
HDMI AUDIO OUT: NO
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
FRONT PANEL DISPLAY
continued on page B-4
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
MANUAL
SEMI AUTOCAL
FULL AUTOCAL
continued on page B-5
INPUT SETUP 1
INPUT: HD
NAME: ________
VIDEO IN: HDMI 1
V-PROCESS: FAROUDJA
VIDEO OUT: AUTO
DIG AUDIO: HDMI 1
ANLG AUDIO: NONE
DIG/ANLG AUTO: ON
INPUT SETUP 2
MODE FAMILY: LOGIC 7
MODE: FILM 5.1
DEFAULT SUR: STANDARD
A/D SAMPLE RATE: 48kHz
SURROUND CONFIG
LOGIC 7 DEFAULT: ON
DOLBY MULTI-CHANNEL
DOLBY 2.0
DTS
PCM 44.1/48 kHz
PCM 96kHz
continued on page B-4
MODE: DOLBY PLII MUSIC
CENTER WIDTH: 3
DIMENSION: 0
PANORAMA: OFF
NIGHT: OFF
MUTE LEVELS
MAIN ZONE: -30dB
ZONE-2: -30dB
POWER ON SETTINGS
POWER ON VOL: -30dB
DOCK AUTO POWER: ON
A/V SYNC DELAY: 0 ms
ADVANCED VIDEO
TRIGGER 2: OFF
ZONE-2 OUT: ANALOG
continued on page B-6
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Appendix B
Lexicon
SETUP MENU: DISPLAY SETUP
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
INPUT SETUP
SURROUND CONFIG
DOLBY CONFIG
MUTE LEVELS
POWER ON SETTINGS
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
2-LINE OSD: 3s
MENU TIME OUT: 30s
DISPLAY SETUP
CONNECTION: HDMI/DVI
HDMI AUDIO OUT: NO
ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
FRONT PANEL DISPLAY
FRONT PANEL DISPLAY
BRIGHTNESS: FULL
TIME OUT: NONE
SETUP MENU: SURROUND CONFIG
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
INPUT SETUP
SURROUND CONFIG
DOLBY CONFIG
MUTE LEVELS
POWER ON SETTINGS
SURROUND CONFIG
LOGIC 7 DEFAULT: ON
DOLBY MULTI-CHANNEL
DOLBY 2.0
DTS
PCM 44.1/48 kHz
PCM 96kHz
DOLBY MULTI-CHANNEL
DOLBY 2.0
DTS
DTS 96/24: ON
DTS NEO:6: ON
DTS-ES MATRIX: ON
DTS-ES DISCRETE: ON
LOGIC 7: ON
STEREO DOWN MIX: ON
DOLBY PLII: ON
DOLBY PLIIx: ON
DOLBY VIRTUAL: OFF
LOGIC 7: ON
PCM 44.1/48 kHz
PCM 96kHz
LOGIC 7: ON
DOLBY PLII: ON
DOLBY PLIIx: ON
DTS NEO:6: ON
5/7 CH STEREO: ON
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LOGIC 7: ON
DOLBY PLII: ON
DOLBY PLIIx: ON
DOLBY VIRTUAL: OFF
DTS NEO:6: ON
HALL: ON
5/7 CH STEREO: ON
DOLBY VIRTUAL: OFF
LOGIC 7: ON
STEREO DOWN MIX: ON
Appendix B
MV-5
SETUP MENU: SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
INPUT SETUP
SURROUND CONFIG
DOLBY CONFIG
MUTE LEVELS
POWER ON SETTINGS
SPEAKERS
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
MANUAL
SEMI AUTOCAL
FULL AUTOCAL
AUTO SETTINGS: OFF
FRONT L/R: 80Hz
CENTER: 80Hz
SIDE L/R: 80Hz
REAR/Z2 L/R: 80Hz
SUB/LFE LPF: 80Hz
SUBWOOFERS: 1
SUB HPF: 20Hz
SUB MODE: NORMAL
PERFORMS SEMI-AUTOMATIC
CALIBRATION
PERFORMS FULL AUTOMATIC
CALIBRATION
MANUAL
SPEAKERS
SPEAKER DISTANCES
OUTPUT LEVELS
SPEAKER DISTANCES 1
SPEAKER DISTANCES 2
AUTO SETTINGS: OFF
UNITS: FEET
FRONT LEFT: 0.0 ft
CENTER: 0.0 ft
FRONT RIGHT: 0.0 ft
SIDE RIGHT: 0.0 ft
REAR RIGHT: 0.0 ft
REAR LEFT: 0.0 ft
SIDE LEFT: 0.0ft
SUBWOOFERS: 0.0 ft
OUTPUT LEVELS 1
OUTPUT LEVELS 2
AUTO SETTINGS: OFF
INPUT: ALL
TEST TONE: OFF
FRONT LEFT: 0dB
CENTER: 0dB
FRONT RIGHT: 0dB
SIDE RIGHT: 0dB
REAR RIGHT: 0dB
RIGHT LEFT: 0dB
SIDE LEFT: 0dB
SUBWOOFER1: 0dB
SUBWOOFER2: 0dB
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Appendix B
Lexicon
SETUP MENU: INPUT SETUP
MAIN MENU
AUDIO CONTROLS
VIDEO STATUS
SETUP
SETUP
DISPLAY SETUP
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP
INPUT SETUP
SURROUND CONFIG
DOLBY CONFIG
MUTE LEVELS
POWER ON SETTINGS
INPUT SETUP 1
INPUT: HD*
NAME: ________
VIDEO IN: HDMI 1*
V-PROCESS: FAROUDJA
VIDEO OUT: AUTO
DIG AUDIO: HDMI 1*
ANLG AUDIO: NONE*
DIG/ANLG AUTO: ON
INPUT SETUP 2
MODE FAMILY: LOGIC 7
MODE: FILM 5.1**
DEFAULT SUR: STANDARD
A/D SAMPLE RATE: 48kHz
A/V SYNC DELAY: 0 ms
ADVANCED VIDEO
TRIGGER 2: OFF
ZONE-2 OUT: ANALOG
ADVANCED VIDEO 1
ADVANCED VIDEO 2
INPUT TYPE: DVD
SHARPNESS: 32
NOISE REDUCTION: OFF
X-COLOR SUPPRESS: ON
DCDi INTERPOL: ON
FILM DETECTION: ON
FILM EDIT DETECT: ON
FLESHTONE NR: ON
COMPNT ENHANCE: ON
BRIGHTNESS: 100
CONTRAST: 100
COLOR: 100
*Audio/Video Input Factory Default Settings:
PARAMETER
HD
DVD
GAME
SAT
CABLE
DVR
VIDEO IN
HDMI 1
Component 1
S-Video 1
DIG AUDIO IN
HDMI 1
Coaxial 1
Optical 1
ANLG AUDIO IN
None
None
None
Component 2
HDMI 2
Component 3
Coaxial 2
HDMI 2
Coaxial 3
None
None
None
None
**Mode Input Factory Default Settings for Each Mode Family:
LOGIC 7 (L7)
DOLBY
DSP
STEREO (STER)
DTS
FILM 5.1
PLII MOVIE
HALL 1 5CH
2-CHANNEL
NEO:6 5CH CINEMA
B-6
CD
DOCK
PC
TUNER
AUX 1
AUX 2
None
None
Coaxial 4
None
None
None
S-Video 2
S-Video 3
USB
None
Optical 2
Optical 3
Unplugged
None
None
None
None
C
Appendix
Remote Control Programming ................................................... C-2
Remote Control Light Button .................................................................... C-2
Transmitting Icon...................................................................................... C-2
Setting Up the Remote Control................................................................. C-3
Lock Feature ............................................................................................. C-6
Advanced Customizing Tools .................................................................... C-6
Erasing Commands ................................................................................. C-13
Restoring Factory Default Settings........................................................... C-14
Optional RF-1 Receiver ............................................................. C-14
Using the 3-Digit Code Library................................................. C-15
3-Digit Pre-programmed Codes .............................................................. C-15
Appendix C
Lexicon
REMOTE CONTROL PROGRAMMING
The MV-5 remote control is a ver y power ful and flexible
pre-programmed and learning remote control, designed to be the
universal controller of your home theater system.
The MV-5 remote control can operate up to 14 home entertainment
and home automation components by using the remote control’s
pre-programmed code library, or by letting the remote control “learn”
from another remote, one button at a time. The MV-5 remote control
has many additional operating features to add convenience and
enjoyment to the operation of any home entertainment system. You
can create your own button labels on the LCD screen; program forty
favorite channel buttons; operate the volume, channel and transport
buttons from one device when you are controlling another device; and
perform multiple tasks with the press of a single button.
The MV-5 remote control features extensive pre-programmed IR codes
for practically all major audio and video equipment. It can set up and
operate various components by simply entering a 3-digit code.
LCD TOUCH
SCREEN
(Location of)
TRANSMITTING
ICON
MENU
OPTIONS
TRANSMITTING ICON
When a command is transmitted by the remote control, a
transmit icon appears in the top right corner of the LCD
touch screen. This indicates that a signal is being sent by
the remote control.
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LIGHT
MENU PAGES
POWER OFF
VOLUME +/MUTE
MENU
REMOTE CONTROL LIGHT BUTTON
The remote control is fully back lit, making it easy to use in low
lighting conditions. Press the LIGHT button on the right side of the
remote to back light all of the keypad buttons and the LCD touch
screen. To turn off the back light, press the LIGHT button again or
just stop pushing buttons. Ten seconds after the last button or
touch screen selection, the back light automatically shuts off.
MENU NAME
POWER ON
MAIN
CHANNEL +/PREV CH
GUIDE & INFO
TRANSPORT
FUNCTIONS
EXIT
SELECT
NUMBER
KEYPAD
ENT (Enter)
MV-5
SETTING UP THE REMOTE CONTROL
The MV-5 remote control can be set up so that it controls all of the
components of your home entertainment system, making remote
access simple and efficient. There are two ways to set up the remote
control:
•
Pre-programmed Codes - Allows you to set up all of the buttons at once, by entering the pre-programmed 3-digit codes of
the component manufacturers.
•
Button Learning - Allows you to transfer functions from other
remotes, both old and new, one button at a time.
Of the two methods, the pre-programmed codes method is the
fastest, since all functions are programmed at the same time. However,
it’s possible that a 3-digit code may not be available for your
component. We recommend that you start with the pre-programmed
code method and then perform the button learning method as
necessary.
Pre-Programming Your Remote Control:
Appendix C
3. On the remote control, press and hold the MAIN and ENT (Enter)
buttons at the same time. After about 3 seconds, “SETUP” is
displayed in the Menu name area at the top of the LCD touch
screen. This is the Setup mode of the remote control.
NOTE: You now have 30 seconds to perform the next step while the
remote is in the Setup mode. If a button is not pressed within 30
seconds, the SETUP menu name will revert to MAIN, indicating that
the remote control is no longer in Setup mode. If this occurs, you will
need to repeat this step to re-enter the Setup mode.
4. Touch the P-PRO option to select the Pre-Programmed Method.
The menu name changes to “P-PRO” and the menu options area
now contains seven component options.
Note: While in the Setup mode, the MAIN button acts as an escape
button. Each time the MAIN button is pushed, it will back out of one
menu layer.
5. Select the component that you want to program. If the
component you wish to setup is not on this page, touch the menu
page
arrow to select from the components on page 2.
Follow the steps below to set up your MV-5 remote control using the
pre-programmed manufacturers’ codes.
Once a selection is made, the bottom of the screen flashes
“FROM TABLE”.
The pre-programmed 3-digit codes for each component and
manufacturer can be found at the back of this Appendix. The codes are
listed by Component Category, such as TV, VCR, and DVD; then by
brand name, such as Lexicon and Samsung.
6. Confirm your component selection by pressing the button again
for the type of component you want to program.
1. Find the code listing for the component that you want to set up in
the Pre-Programmed Codes library, found later in this chapter. If
there is more than one code, be sure to note all of them as your
component will only fully respond to one of them, so you may
have to try multiple codes.
Note: 305 is the factory default setting for the Lexicon RT-20 Universal
Disc Player.
2. Turn on the component that you want to setup for remote
control.
Note: This step is necessary because the selection may not be the
same for Steps 5 and 6. For example, if you are setting up the SAT
option to be a second TV, then the first press in Step 5 would have
been SAT and the second press in Step 6 would then be TV.
7. Point the remote control at the component you want to program
and enter the first of the 3-digit manufacturer’s codes using the
number keypad on the remote.
If the 3-digit code that you entered is the correct one, the
component will turn off. If the component does not turn off,
continue entering code numbers from your list until the
component turns off.
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Appendix C
Note: The DOWN and UP buttons on the touch screen can be used to
scroll the code number one digit at a time. If you hold your finger over
the UP or DOWN button, the code number will scroll until your finger
is removed.
8. When the component turns off, press the ON button on the
remote to turn the component back on. Test several functions to
ensure that the component responds correctly to the remote
commands. If any of the buttons do not work properly, you may
not have the right code - enter the next code option on your list
until you find the best match for the component.
Lexicon
displayed in the Menu name area at the top of the LCD touch
screen. This is the Setup mode of the remote control.
NOTE: You now have 30 seconds to perform the next step while the
remote is in the Setup mode. If a button is not pressed within 30
seconds, the SETUP menu name will revert to MAIN, indicating that
the remote control is no longer in Setup mode. If this occurs, you will
need to repeat this step to re-enter the Setup mode.
2. Touch the RECAL option. The touch screen now shows a four-page
menu that lists each component name and the 3-digit code that
was assigned to it.
Note: If you are unable to find a code that will accurately control your
component, then you’ll need to use the Button Learning procedure,
which follows this procedure, to program the component.
3. Write down the code number for each component for future
reference. Appendix D of this manual provides a convenient table
for you to record the 3-digit pre-programmed code numbers.
9. Once you’ve found the right code, touch the SAVE option on the
touch screen. The screen will blink “SAVED” two times, indicating
that the code has been successfully saved.
4. Exit the Setup mode by pressing the MAIN button until the touch
screen displays MAIN in the menu heading area. The remote
control is in normal operation mode again.
10. Exit the Setup mode by pressing the MAIN button until the touch
screen displays MAIN in the menu heading area. The remote
control is in normal operation mode again.
Button Learning Procedure For Your Remote Control:
11. Repeat Steps 1 through 10 to program all other components in
your home theater system. For any components that do not have
a valid 3-digit code, continue to the Button Learning procedure to
program those components.
Recalling Pre-Programmed Setup Code Numbers:
In case you didn’t write down the pre-programmed code numbers
that you used when you set up your Lexicon remote controls, these
3-digit manufacturers’ numbers can be recalled. Perform the
following procedure to recall the pre-programmed 3-digit code for
any component.
1. On the remote control, press and hold the MAIN and ENT (Enter)
buttons at the same time. After about 3 seconds, “SETUP” is
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Follow the steps below to set up your MV-5 remote control using the
Button Learning procedure. The MV-5 remote control can “learn”
commands from other remote controls, both old and new, one button
at a time. Follow the steps below to allow your MV-5 remote control to
learn the button commands from other remote controls in your home
theater system.
Note: We recommend that you use this procedure only after you’ve
determined that no 3-digit manufacturers’ codes exist for the component
in question.
Appendix C
MV-5
1. Line up the MV-5 remote control with the other remote control,
head-to-head, one or two inches apart.
2. On the MV-5 remote control, press and hold the MAIN and ENT
(Enter) buttons at the same time. After about 3 seconds, “SETUP”
is displayed in the Menu name area at the top of the LCD touch
screen. This is the Setup mode of the remote control.
menu page arrows can be taught. The menu name will change
to “READY” and the menu page area indicates the button that
you pressed.
6. Press and hold the button on the other remote control that you
want to teach to the MV-5 remote. When the menu name on the
touch screen of the MV-5 remote control changes to “GOOD” or
“FAILD”, release the button.
If “GOOD” is displayed, the bottom of the screen flashes
“SAVED”. The learning procedure is complete and was
successful.
If “FAILD” is displayed, try teaching the same button once
again by repeating Steps 5 & 6.
NOTE: You now have 30 seconds to perform the next step while the
remote is in the Setup mode. If a button is not pressed within 30
seconds, the SETUP menu name will revert to MAIN, indicating that
the remote control is no longer in Setup mode. If this occurs, you will
need to repeat this step to re-enter the Setup mode.
7. Repeat Steps 4 through 6 to teach the MV-5 remote control any
additional button commands from the component’s remote. To
return to Step 4, press the MAIN button once.
3. Touch the LEARN option to select the Button Learning Method.
The menu name changes to “LEARN” and the menu options area
now contains seven component options. The bottom of the
screen flashes “SELECT”.
8. When you are done teaching the Lexicon remote control, exit the
Setup mode by pressing the MAIN button until the touch screen
displays MAIN in the menu heading area. The remote control is in
normal operation mode again.
4. Select the component that you want to program. If the
component you wish to setup is not on this page, touch the menu
page arrow to select from the components on page 2.
Test all your new commands. If any of them don’t work, try the button
learning procedure again, keeping in mind the following suggestions:
Once a selection is made, the menu name changes to the
selected component name.
If you want to teach any command to a component button on
the MV-5 remote control, press the component button when
the menu name says “LEARN”. The menu name will change to
“READY” and the menu page area indicates the button that you
pressed. If you pressed the wrong button, press the MAIN
button to return to the Setup menu where you can start again
(return to Step 3). Once “READY” is displayed, skip ahead to
Step 6.
5. Select the component option that you want to teach the
command to - everything except for the MAIN button and the
•
Move to another room. Plasma TVs, sunlight, halogen, or
quartz lighting can interfere with the learning process.
•
Even though the old remote seems to be working fine,
replace the current batteries with fresh alkaline batteries.
•
Gradually vary the distance between the remote controls.
Try 1-inch, 2-inches, and so on up to 4-feet.
•
Try tapping the button on your old remote instead of just
pressing and holding it during the learning process.
The following list provides additional information regarding the button
learning procedure and how the MV-5 remote control behaves when
taught.
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Appendix C
Lexicon
ADVANCED CUSTOMIZING TOOLS
•
Learned functions override any existing pre-programmed
functions on the remote control.
•
All buttons can be taught except for the menu page arrows,
MAIN button, and LIGHT button on the side of the remote.
Once the basic setup to your remote is complete, you can use the
advanced features to further customize your MV-5 remote control. The
advanced customizing tools include:
•
Learned functions are automatically erased when a new
function is learned on the same button.
•
back light Options - Customize the back light feature to suit
your preferences.
•
Learned functions are retained even after a different
pre-programmed 3-digit manufacterer’s code is entered and
saved to the remote.
•
Touch Screen - Customize the displayed text for each device
menu on the LCD touch screen.
•
To return to an original pre-programmed function, the learned
function must be erased.
•
Favorite Channels - Set up your favorite channel list. Once this
list is set up, up to 40 favorite channels can be selected by the
press of a button - all without needing to remember or type in
a channel number.
•
Macros - Power all of your components ON or OFF at the same
time, with the press of one button.
•
Remote Cloning - Clone other MV-5/RV-5 remote control from
an already setup remote.
•
Punch Throughs - Force buttons to work for specific devices,
regardless of the device currently selected on the MV-5 remote
control.
•
Hiding & Adding Pages - Customize the visible pages on the
touch screen display.
LOCK FEATURE
The MV-5 remote control has a locking feature, which prevents
unauthorized use of the remote control. When the locking feature is
active, all operations of the remote control are blocked. This feature
can be used as a “child-lock” to prevent children from having
unmonitored access to the home theater system.
To Activate the Lock Feature:
Press and hold the +10 and ENT (Enter) buttons at the same time. After
3 seconds, the bottom of the touch screen will blink “LOCKED” three
times and then “LOCKED” will remain displayed. The Lock is now
active.
To Return to Normal Operation:
While the remote is in the LOCKED condition, press and hold the +10
and ENT (Enter) buttons at the same time. After 3 seconds, the
“LOCKED” message is replaced by the last used mode is displayed. The
Lock is now deactivated.
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Appendix C
MV-5
back light Time Out:
Adjusting the Touch Screen Contrast:
The back light feature lights the touch screen area and illuminates the
buttons whenver the LIGHT button is pressed. The amount of time the
back light remains on before timing out can be adjusted to your
preferences. Follow the instructions below to change the back light
time out setting.
You can make the text in the touch screen area darker by pressing the
MAIN and cursor
buttons at the same time. To make the text
appear lighter, press the MAIN and cursor buttons at the same time.
1. On the remote control, press and hold the MAIN and ENT (Enter)
buttons at the same time. After about 3 seconds, “SETUP” is
displayed in the Menu name area at the top of the LCD touch
screen. This is the Setup mode of the remote control.
NOTE: You now have 30 seconds to perform the next step while the
remote is in the Setup mode. If a button is not pressed within 30
seconds, the SETUP menu name will revert to MAIN, indicating that
the remote control is no longer in Setup mode. If this occurs, you will
need to repeat this step to re-enter the Setup mode.
2. Touch the menu page
SETUP menu.
arrow to access the second page of the
3. Press the LIGHT button to customize the back light time out
setting. A new screen now displays ON, 10, SAVE, and EXIT. The
bottom of the touch screen says “SECOND” and there’s a flashing
box over the “1” digit. The current setting for the back light time
out is “10” seconds.
4. Use the number keypad to enter a new time. The setting range is
01 to 99 seconds. To turn the back light feature off, which saves
battery life, touch the ON option. The ON button changes to OFF
and the time is dashed out.
5. Touch the SAVE option to save the new setting. Touching the EXIT
option will leave the menu without saving any changes.
6. When finished, exit the Setup mode by pressing the MAIN button
until the touch screen displays MAIN in the menu heading area.
The remote control is in normal operation mode again.
Customizing the Touch Screen:
The LCD touch screen component names and commands can be
customized to your preferences. Follow the instructions below to
change the text in a selected touch screen menu.
1. On the remote control, press and hold the MAIN and ENT (Enter)
buttons at the same time. After about 3 seconds, “SETUP” is
displayed in the Menu name area at the top of the LCD touch
screen. This is the Setup mode of the remote control.
NOTE: You now have 30 seconds to perform the next step while the
remote is in the Setup mode. If a button is not pressed within 30
seconds, the SETUP menu name will revert to MAIN, indicating that
the remote control is no longer in Setup mode. If this occurs, you will
need to repeat this step to re-enter the Setup mode.
2. Touch the EDIT option to customize the touch screen option
names. The menu name changes to “EDIT” and the bottom of the
screen flashes “SELECT BUTTON”.
3. Touch the TEXT option. The menu name still reads “EDIT” but
now the component options are displayed.
Once the TEXT option is pressed, the bottom of the screen
flashes “SELECT”.
4. Using the menu page arrows, navigate to the menu page where
you want to edit the text. You can edit either the component
names or the specific component controls. The menu name will
reflect the actual menu heading, “EDIT” will no longer be
displayed.
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5. Now touch the text that you want to edit. The first letter will start
flashing with a black box.
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6. Changing the text requires
the dual use of the number
keypad and the up/down/
left/right cursors. The
number keypad has
specific letters, numbers,
and symbols defined for
e a c h k e y, a s s h o w n .
Pressing the
and
cursors will scroll through
the defined characters of
each number keypad
button. Pressing the and
cursors changes the
position of the cursors in
the text being edited.
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7. When you are finished editing, touch the text that you just edited.
“SAVED” flashes at the bottom of the display and then “SELECT”
will blink again.
To edit any other menu options in the same menu, touch the
next button when “SELECT” is displayed again. Repeat Steps 5
through 7.
To edit a menu option in a different menu, press the MAIN
button once and then repeat Steps 4 to 8.
8. When finished, exit the Setup mode by pressing the MAIN button
until the touch screen displays MAIN in the menu heading area.
The remote control is in normal operation mode again.
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Favorite Channel Access:
To access the Favorite Channel listings, press the MAIN button to
display page 1 of the Main menu. Touch the FAV (Favorite Channel)
button on the touch screen. A list of favorite TV & cable stations is now
displayed. Each option can be set to instantly select the channel on
your TV. There are five pages of eight favorite channels for a total of
forty buttons.
Favorite Channel Setup:
Before the Favorite Channels can be selected, they must be setup for
your home theater. Follow the instructions to setup your favorite
channel listing.
1. On the remote control, press and hold the MAIN and ENT (Enter)
buttons at the same time. After about 3 seconds, “SETUP” is
displayed in the Menu name area at the top of the LCD touch
screen. This is the Setup mode of the remote control.
NOTE: You now have 30 seconds to perform the next step while the
remote is in the Setup mode. If a button is not pressed within 30
seconds, the SETUP menu name will revert to MAIN, indicating that
the remote control is no longer in Setup mode. If this occurs, you will
need to repeat this step to re-enter the Setup mode.
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5. Touch the menu option for the component that you will use to
enter the channel number (typically either TV, SAT, or CABLE).
6. Enter the channel number using the number keypad buttons on
the remote.
Note: Some brands of televisions require an ENT (Enter) command
after the channel numbers are entered.
If a number is repeated when setting the channel, for example
channel 522, it is usually best to set a half second delay in
between the identical numbers by pressing the PAUSE (||)
button. Each press of the PAUSE button increases the delay by
half a second.
7. Press the LIGHT button after you enter the channel number. A new
screen now displays with the options: SAVE, UNDO, and EXIT.
8. To save the channel you just entered, touch the SAVE option. The
UNDO option allows you to erase the last entry. The EXIT option
erases all entries for this channel.
9. To setup additional favorite channels, repeat Steps 3 through 6.
10. When finished, exit the Setup mode by pressing the MAIN button
until the touch screen displays MAIN in the menu heading area.
The remote control is in normal operation mode again.
2. Touch the FAV option to setup your favorite channels. The menu
name changes to “FAV” and the bottom of the screen flashes
“SELECT”.
3. Navigate through the FAV menus until you find the favorite
channel that you want to setup.
Note: You can customize the name of each favorite channel, if
desired. Refer to the “Customizing the Touch Screen” procedure,
found previously in this chapter.
4. Touch the favorite channel that you want to setup. The menu
name will change to display the channel name that was selected.
The bottom of the touch screen displays “STEP 0”, indicating that
you have not yet entered the channel number.
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Macro Power ON Setup:
Any of the touch screen menu options can be setup as Macro buttons.
Follow the instructions below to setup a macro button that will power
ON several components at once.
1. On the remote control, press and hold the MAIN and ENT (Enter)
buttons at the same time. After about 3 seconds, “SETUP” is
displayed in the Menu name area at the top of the LCD touch
screen. This is the Setup mode of the remote control.
NOTE: You now have 30 seconds to perform the next step while the
remote is in the Setup mode. If a button is not pressed within 30
seconds, the SETUP menu name will revert to MAIN, indicating that
the remote control is no longer in Setup mode. If this occurs, you will
need to repeat this step to re-enter the Setup mode.
2. Touch the MACRO option to setup a macro to power ON several
components at the same time. The menu name changes to
“MACRO” and the bottom of the screen flashes “SELECT”.
3. Press the ON button. The menu name changes to “P-ON” and the
bottom of the touch screen flashes “STEP 0”, indicating that no
macro steps have been entered yet.
4. Touch a component option that you want the macro to turn ON.
Use the menu page arrows to navigate to the other menu pages, if
required. The menu name changes to the name of the component
option that you touched and the bottom of the screen now flashes
“STEP 1”.
5. Press the ON button again to confirm the action. The Step
Indicator now displays “STEP 2”.
Note: The Step Indicator is a macro step counter. Every button that is
pressed will increase the Step Indicator by one. Each macro can store
up to 190 steps.
6. Press the MAIN button to return to the Main component listing.
7. Repeat Steps 4 through 6 until all of the components that you
want to power ON at once have been added to the macro.
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Note: If desired, you can also program delays into the macro between
the commands, by pressing the PAUSE (||) button. Each press adds
half a second to the delay.
8. When all of the components have been added to the macro, press
the LIGHT button. The menu name changes to “MACRO” as a
new screen is displayed with the options: SAVE, UNDO, and EXIT.
9. To save the macro you just entered, touch the SAVE option. The
UNDO option allows you to erase the last step. The EXIT option
erases all steps for the macro.
10. When finished, exit the Setup mode by pressing the MAIN button
until the touch screen displays MAIN in the menu heading area.
The remote control is in normal operation mode again.
Note: There is no touch screen menu listing for the macro you just
saved. However, when you press the ON button on the remote for one
of the included components, MACRO is displayed in the bottom of the
touch screen area.
Macro Power OFF Setup:
To create a macro which will turn OFF several components at the same
time, just follow the same steps as listed above, but press the OFF
button instead of the ON button.
Macro Using Component Button Setup:
To setup a macro to use a component, in Step 2 of the procedure
above, after pressing MACRO, press the page
button twice. The
menu name changes to MAIN. Touch the component option that you
want to set as the macro button. You can navigate to page 2 if
necessary. Now continue in the procedure to Step 3 and follow the rest
of the procedure to completion.
Setting a “Press & Hold” Macro:
Another option for the component button macros is to only send the
macro if the component button is held down. The advantage of this
option is that a normal press of the component button will simply
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switch components without triggering the macro. Only holding down
the component button will trigger the macro.
To set the “Press & Hold” macro, enter a delay as the first step of the
macro by pressing the PAUSE (||) button. Each press adds half a second
to the delay. The amount of delay determines how long the user must
hold down the button before the macro is sent.
Cloning other Lexicon MV-5 Remote Controls:
If you happen to own more than one MV-5 remote control, you can
copy and transfer the setup from one remote to the other. Follow the
instructions below to clone your MV-5 remote control.
1. On both the programmed remote control and the remote that
you want to program, press and hold the MAIN and ENT (Enter)
buttons at the same time. After about 3 seconds, “SETUP” is
displayed in the Menu name area at the top of the LCD touch
screen. This is the Setup mode of the remote control.
NOTE: You now have 30 seconds to perform the next step while the
remote is in the Setup mode. If a button is not pressed within 30
seconds, the SETUP menu name will revert to MAIN, indicating that
the remote control is no longer in Setup mode. If this occurs, you will
need to repeat this step to re-enter the Setup mode.
2. Touch the CLONE button on both remotes. The menu name
changes to “CLONE” and the bottom of the screen flashes
“SELECT BUTTON”. A new screen now displays with the options:
SEND, RECV, and EXIT.
Touching the EXIT option will leave the menu without making
any changes or triggering the cloning process.
3. Line up the “master” remote control with the “slave” remote
control, head-to-head, one or two inches apart.
4. On the “slave” remote, touch the RECV option. The SEND/RECV
options are replaced with “START” and the bottom of the touch
screen flashes “PRESS START”.
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5. On the “master” remote, touch the SEND option. The SEND/RECV
options are replaced with “START” and the bottom of the touch
screen flashes “PRESS START”.
6. First on the “slave” remote and then on the ”master” remote,
touch the START option to begin the cloning process.
Note: Cloning typically takes about 40 seconds. After a successful
cloning is complete, the newly cloned remote will flash “GOOD”.
7. When finished, exit the Setup mode by pressing the MAIN button
until the touch screen displays MAIN in the menu heading area.
The remote control is in normal operation mode again.
Setting System Volume Control & Other Punch Throughs:
The MV-5 remote control provides the option of setting up the volume
control over all of the components in your home theater system, even
with components that don’t have their own built-in volume controls,
such as TiVo. This is a very powerful feature as, once it’s setup, it will
save you the constant hassle and inconvenience of switching between
component modes to individually adjust volume controls. This feature
is called a “Punch Through” and is not limited to strictly volume
control. Follow the instructions to set the system volume control. Then
see the note following the instructions to learn what other punch
through features are available.
1. Since a home theater system may use the MV-5 for its sound
source, first you must identify which component you want to use
for the system sound/volume control.
2. On the remote control, press and hold the MAIN and ENT (Enter)
buttons at the same time. After about 3 seconds, “SETUP” is
displayed in the Menu name area at the top of the LCD touch
screen. This is the Setup mode of the remote control.
NOTE: You now have 30 seconds to perform the next step while the
remote is in the Setup mode. If a button is not pressed within 30
seconds, the SETUP menu name will revert to MAIN, indicating that
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the remote control is no longer in Setup mode. If this occurs, you will
need to repeat this step to re-enter the Setup mode.
•
CH - Channel Up, Channel Down, Previous Channel, and
Channel (0 to 9 Number Keypad) buttons
3. Touch the PUNCH option to setup the system volume control. The
menu name changes to “PUNCH” and the bottom of the screen
flashes “SELECT BUTTON”. A new screen now displays with the
options: VOL, PLAY, CH, and VOD.
•
PLAY - Play, Stop, Pause, Rewind, and Fast Forward
•
VOD - Guide, Menu, Info, Exit, Up, Down, Left, Right, and
Select
4. Touch the VOL (Volume) option. The menu name changes to
“VOL” and the component options are displayed. The VOL option
sets up the group of three buttons - Volume Up, Volume Down,
and Mute - all in one action.
The bottom of the touch screen flashes “PUNCH TO”. Touch
the option for the component that doesn’t have volume control
commands yet (like the DVD). This is the component you are
going to PUNCH TO for the volume and mute commands.
Note: If you want to PUNCH TO the MAIN component, press the
POWER OFF button at this time.
5. The bottom of the display will then flash “PUNCH FROM”. Now
select the MAIN component that has the volume commands that
you want to use (for example, “LEX” for the MV-5 Processor). The
bottom of the touch screen flashes “SAVED”.
6. Repeats Steps 4 & 5 to add all of the components that you’d like
to control through the system volume control.
7. When finished, exit the Setup mode by pressing the MAIN button
until the touch screen displays MAIN in the menu heading area.
The remote control is in normal operation mode again.
The Punch Through feature is NOT limited to volume and can also be
applied to channel selection and other functions. If you find yourself
switching to a particular component frequently to use a group of
controls, consider using Punch Through for another group. The
available punch through features, and the controls that the punch
through operates, are:
•
VOL - Volume Up, Volume Down, and Mute
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To set any of the other punch through features, perform the Steps for
the System Volume control, but in Step 4, touch the desired alternate
control option (CH, PLAY, or VOD).
Hiding and Adding Pages:
Each of the component touch screen menus actually contains five
pages. However, in most cases, only two to four pages are visible in the
factory default settings; the rest of the menu pages are hidden. If you
wish to use the hidden pages, you can ADD them. If you don’t want to
use some of the existing pages, you can HIDE them. Follow the
instructions below to add or hide pages in both the component and
favorite menus.
1. On the remote control, press and hold the MAIN and ENT (Enter)
buttons at the same time. After about 3 seconds, “SETUP” is
displayed in the Menu name area at the top of the LCD touch
screen. This is the Setup mode of the remote control.
NOTE: You now have 30 seconds to perform the next step while the
remote is in the Setup mode. If a button is not pressed within 30
seconds, the SETUP menu name will revert to MAIN, indicating that
the remote control is no longer in Setup mode. If this occurs, you will
need to repeat this step to re-enter the Setup mode.
2. Touch the EDIT option to add and hide touch screen menu pages.
The menu name changes to “EDIT” and the bottom of the screen
flashes “SELECT BUTTON”.
A new screen now displays with the options: TEXT, PAGE, and
EXIT. Touching the EXIT option will leave the menu without
saving any changes.
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Note: The TEXT option allows the text of each menu to be changed.
Refer to the “Customizing the Touch Screen” procedure, found earlier
in this chapter, for instructions.
3. Touch the PAGE option. The menu name changes to “PAGE” and
the component options are displayed. The bottom of the touch
screen flashes “SELECT”.
4. Navigate to the menu and page that you want to HIDE or ADD.
When you select a page, the top of the screen indicates whether
you want to “ADD?” or “HIDE?” the displayed page.
5. When you’re ready to change a page’s visibility, to ADD or HIDE it,
press the LIGHT button.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 to ADD or HIDE any menu pages desired on
other components or the favorites pages.
7. When finished, exit the Setup mode by pressing the MAIN button
until the touch screen displays MAIN in the menu heading area.
The remote control is in normal operation mode again.
the remote control is no longer in Setup mode. If this occurs, you will
need to repeat this step to re-enter the Setup mode.
2. Touch the ERASE option to erase learned buttons, macros, or
favorite channels. The menu name changes to “ERASE” and the
bottom of the screen flashes “SELECT BUTTON”.
A new screen now displays with the options: LEARN, FAV,
MACRO, and EXIT. Touching the EXIT option will leave the
menu without making any changes.
3. Touch either the LEARN, MACRO, or FAV option. A new screen
now displays with the following options:
ALL - Erases ALL of the specified LEARNED, MACRO, or FAV
buttons everywhere in the remote.
DEVICE - Erases all the LEARNED or MACRO buttons in a
SINGLE component. This option is not available for FAV
(Favorite) channels since they are not tied specifically to a
component.
KEY - Erases one button only.
ERASING COMMANDS
You can erase an individual button with a learned command, a macro,
or a favorite channel. You can erase an ENTIRE component’s learned
command or macro buttons. You can also erase ALL of your learned
commands on ALL components, or all your macros and favorite
channels everywhere.
4. If you touch ALL, the remote will prompt you by displaying
“SURE?”. After the SURE prompt is touched, all the buttons will be
erased.
5. If you touch DEVICE, a list of component options are displayed.
Touch the component option that you wish to erase. The bottom
of the screen will flash “ERASE” twice, then “ERASED”.
Note: To erase everything and return the remote control to its factory
default settings, refer to the “Restoring Factory Default Settings”
procedure, which follows this secton.
6. If you touch KEY, you’ll need to navigate to the component that
you want. Touch a button to erase it. The bottom of the screen will
flash “ERASE” twice, then “ERASED”.
1. On the remote control, press and hold the MAIN and ENT (Enter)
buttons at the same time. After about 3 seconds, “SETUP” is
displayed in the Menu name area at the top of the LCD touch
screen. This is the Setup mode of the remote control.
7. When finished, exit the Setup mode by pressing the MAIN button
until the touch screen displays MAIN in the menu heading area.
The remote control is in normal operation mode again.
NOTE: You now have 30 seconds to perform the next step while the
remote is in the Setup mode. If a button is not pressed within 30
seconds, the SETUP menu name will revert to MAIN, indicating that
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RESTORING FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS
If you’re afraid you’ve accidently overwritten functions that you
wanted, or want a “clean-slate” to start from, the remote control can
be reset to its factory default settings. Follow the instructions below to
restore the factory default settings.
Note: Restoring the Factory Default Settings will ERASE all customized
features, including renamed components, learned buttons, and
macros.
1. On the remote control, press and hold the MAIN and STOP
buttons at the same time. The bottom of the touch screen flashes
“WARNING!”.
NOTE: You now have 3 seconds to perform the next step. If a button
is not pressed within 3 seconds, the RESET heading will revert to
MAIN, indicating that the remote control is no longer in Reset mode. If
this occurs, you will need to repeat this step to re-enter the Reset
mode.
2. After about 10 seconds, “RESET” is displayed in the Menu name
section at the top of the LCD touch screen.
A new screen now displays with three options: ALL, PROG, and
EXIT. Touching the EXIT option will leave the menu without
making any changes.
3. Touch the ALL option. The remote will prompt you by displaying
“SURE?”. After the SURE prompt is touched, the factory default
settings are restored.
4. When the remote is done restoring the factory default settings, the
menu heading reverts to MAIN. When the touch screen displays
MAIN in the menu heading area, then the remote control is in
normal operation mode again.
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OPTIONAL RF-1 RECEIVER
The optional RF-1 Receiver utilizes the RF feature of the Lexicon remote
control, allowing you to control components that are completely
out-of-sight, up to 100-feet away. Since the RF-1 Receiver picks up the
RV-5’s remote control radio frequency signal, the remote control no
longer needs to be pointed directly at the components to control
them. Now you can close your entertainment center doors, hide your
components, and still control them with ease.
The RF-1 Receiver accessory requires no setup to the Lexicon remote
control in order for the feature to work - you need only place the RF-1
Receiver in the rack or cabinet, or attach an emitter to the MV-5 front
panel over the IR receiver. Every time a command is sent from the
remote control, it sends both a standard IR and an RF signal. The RF-1
Receiver automatically receives the remote’s radio signals and
translates them into the infrared commands that control the
components.
Note: The Lexicon remote control radio signals will not control components
directly. You must have the RF-1 Receiver installed to receive the remote’s
radio signals. Components that came with “no pointing” radio remote
controls cannot be operated by the Lexicon remote unless the component
can be switched to standard IR via its internal menus. Some remote
control ceiling fans are radio only and cannot be operated by the Lexicon
remote.
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USING THE 3-DIGIT CODE LIBRARY
The following pages contain the code library for the 3-digit
pre-programmed manufacturers’ codes for most home theater
equipment. The code library is divided into categories, such as TV and
VCR. Each category may include several different types of components.
The categories, and the types of components each category includes,
are:
•
TV - TVs, Plasmas, Projectors, and Monitors
•
CABLE - Cable TVs and Web TVs
•
DVD - DVD Players and TV/DVD combos
•
VCR - VCRs and TV/VCR combos
•
AUDIO - Amps, Preamps, A/V Receivers, and XM Radios
•
SAT - Satellite Receivers
•
CD - CD Players and CD Changers
•
DVR - TiVo, Replay, and other DVRs
•
LDP - Laser Disc Players
•
LIGHT - Lighting Systems and Dimmers
•
TAPE - Tape Decks
•
PHONO - Phonographs
•
AUX - Multimedia PCs, Xbox, iPod Controls, and Custom
Installation Products
Within each category, the code numbers are listed in rows by brand,
such as Lexicon and Samsung. Some brands have more than one
3-digit code for you to try.
3-DIGIT PRE-PROGRAMMED CODES
AUDIO
Manufacturer
Codes
ADC
007
ADCOM
082 092 161 225 269 355 356 366
AIWA
018 104 170 188 202 203 211 213
AKAI
138 189
AMC
038 125 126 127 128 258 281 282
AMEND
054
AMX
196
ANGSTROM
142
ANTHEM
335 336 337 338 339
ARCAM
141 418 419
ATLANTIC TECHNOLOGY 342
AUDIO ACCESS
147
AUDIO ALCHEMY
135
AUDIO DESIGN
011 194 221
AUDIO EASE
021 196 207
AUDIO FILE
071
AUDIO MATRIX
167
AUDIO SOURCE
273
AUDIO TECHNICA
134
B&K
096 097
BOSE
070 170 224 347 409 459 460 532
BOSTON ACOUSTICS
447
BRYSTON
023
CAMBRIDGE AUDIO
522
CARVER
006 022 028 029 061 071 077 180 185 201 214 226 284
CASIO
076
CHIRO
140
CINEMA SOUND
034 134
CITATION
148 272
CLARION
026
CLASSE
537
COMPAQ
382
CURTIS MATHES
076
DELPHI
415 515
DENON
002 027 034 037 109 215 229 230 234 259 330 340 341
349 350 400 401 402 444 564
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AUDIO
AUDIO
Manufacturer
Codes
Manufacturer
Codes
EAD
EIGER
ELAN
466
149
057 290
MCINTOSH
MCS
MERIDIAN
MITSUBISHI
MONDIAL
MYRYAD
NAD
NAKAMICHI
NEC
NIRO
NILES
ONKYO
OPTIMUS
OUTLAW
PANASONIC
PARASOUND
PHAST
PHILIPS
PIONEER
POLKAUDIO
PRIMARE
PROCEED
RCA
REALISTIC
REQUEST
REVOX
ROTEL
RUSSOUND
SAMSUNG
SANSUI
SANYO
SCOTT
SEARS
SHARP
SHERWOOD
SONY
238 286
076
012 013 100
204 242 243
042 043 081 112 157 158
276 293
113 186 283 478 479
111 172 183 244 245 287
176
343
403
017 046 064 079 080 090 107 108 187 179 209 270 275 438
026 041 138
342
032 177 195 219 292 383 516
129 130 132 261 294 295 333 334
196
063 119 249 250 251
014 033 035 039 044 045 050 069 078 116 159 168 198 480
029 515
464
144 268
010 048 067 117 156 288
019 056 073 075 095
351
162
074 083 085
379 391 392
016 571
040 048 065 110 119 228
047 059
019 091
076
026 094 131 175 181
024 030 038 051 055 102 103 105 106 447
015 018 093 101 160 166 184 218 223 247 248 271 353 369
372 380 417 421
036
ENLIGHTENED AUDIO 099 098
ESCIENT
368 381 451 452 453 454
FANFARE
352
FISHER
047 180 182 214 297
FLEXTRONICS
378
FOSGATE
062 231
FOSGATE AUDIONICS 342
GE
GOLDSTAR
HAFLER
HARMAN KARDON
HITACHI
IMERGE
INKEL
INTEGRA
JAMO
JBL
JCPENNY
JEFF ROWLAND
JENSEN
JVC
KENWOOD
KINERGETICS
KLH
KOSS
KRELL
KYOCERA
LEXICON
LINN
LUXMAN
LXI
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
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056 260
008
174
118 121 153 154 227 231 233 254 277 317 318 365
020
371
197
354 438
398
263
076 216
206
058
114 163 191 240 266 279 291
005 026 066 145 146 151 180 181 182 190 192 197 199 222
280 374 550
140 220
331
216 573
072 150 376 384
007
120 235 236 237 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364
124 377
004 009 052 115 137 139 165
056 076
086 152 164 208
006 028 031 040 063 119 185 186 251 265 289 296 492
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AUDIO
CABLE/WEB TV
Manufacturer
Codes
Manufacturer
SOUNDMATTERS
SOUNDSTREAM
SSI
SUMO
SUNFIRE
TAEKWANG
TEAC
TECHNICS
THETA DIGITAL
TOSHIBA
WARDS
YAMAHA
375
084 088
068
171
344 345 346 494
138
005 019 049 111 212 217
122 176 177 178 193 200 219 257 262
136
060 087 198 278
180
026 067 089 169 173 205 232 253 264 274 285 332 373 432
433
143 210
ABC
003 004 039 042 046 053 103
ADELPHIA
043 074
ZENITH
AUDIO-XM Radios & Tuners
BOSE
170 532
DELPHI
415 515
FANFARE
352
KENWOOD
550
POLKAUDIO
515
SONY
380
Codes
ADVANCED NEWHOUSE 043
ALTRIO
043
AMERICAST
099
ARCHER
005 007 014
ARMSTRONG
074
AT&T BROADBAND
074
ATLANTIC BROADBAND 043 074
BELL SOUTH
099
BLUE RIDGE
043 074
BRESNAN
074
BRIGHT HOUSE
043 110
BUCKEYE COMM
074
CABLEVISION
043 074 108
CENTURION
092
CENTURY
007
CHARTER
043 074
CITIZEN
007
COGECO
074
COMBANO
080 081
COMCAST
043 074 110
COMSAT
074
COX DIGITAL
043 074
DIGICABLE
101
EAGLE
020 030 040
EASTERN
057 066
ECHOSTAR
106
ELECTRICORD
032
GEMINI
008 054
GENERAL ELECTRIC
072
GENERAL INSTRUMENT
074 103 104
GNC
099
C-17
Appendix C
Lexicon
CABLE/WEB TV
Manufacturer
GOLDEN CHANNEL
CABLE/WEB TV
Codes
Manufacturer
Codes
030
SERVICE ELECTRIC
HAMLIN
049 050 055
SHAW
074
HITACHI
055 103
SIGECOM
043
INSIGHT
074
SONY
096 108
JERROLD
002 003 004 008 009 010 069 074 103
SPRUCER
047 078
MAGNAVOX
010 012 064 079 094 095
STARCOM
002 004 008 009
MASSILLON
074
STARGATE
008 030 097 104
MEDIA ONE
107
SUSQUEHANNA
043 074
MEDICOM
074
TIME WARNER
043 074
MEMOREX
052
TOCOM
039 040 056
MITSUBISHI
102
TOSHIBA
052
MOTOROLA
074 109 110 111
UNITED CABLE
004 053
MOVIE TIME
028 032
UNIVERSAL
005 007 014 032 035
MOXI
111
VIDEOTRON
043
NCTC
074
VIEWSTAR
012 015 018 086 087 088 089
NSC
015 028 038 071
WIDE OPEN WEST
043 099
OAK
031 037 053
ZENITH
052 060 093 100
PACE
043 074
PANASONIC
044 047
PARAGON
052
PHILIPS
006 012 013 020 085 095
PIONEER
034 043 051 063 076 103 105
PRUCER
059
PULSAR
052
RCA
047
RCN
074
RECOTON
098
REGAL
049 050
REGENCY
057
RODGERS
043
SAMSUNG
030
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA
003 011 041 042 043 045 046
SEREN
043
C-18
074
Appendix C
MV-5
CD
Manufacturer
CD
Codes
Manufacturer
Codes
ADCOM
042 062
KOSS
061
AIWA
059 065 088 089 105 122 170 187
KRELL
241
AKAI
085 195 202
KYOCERA
005
AMC
231 232
LOTTE
102
AMEND
118
LUXMAN
011 028 070 076 249 252
ARCAM
238
LXI
059
AUDIO ACCESS
119 147
MAGNAVOX
044 107
AUDIO EASE
165
MARANTZ
027 041 044 051 077 107 209 246
AUDIO TECHNICA
046
MCINTOSH
212 247
BSR
037 057
MCS
014 073 092
CALIFORNIA AUDIO
008 103
MEMOREX
010
CAPETRONIC
063
MISSION
044 107
CARRERA
057 080
MITSUBISHI
179
CARVER
041 044 050 086 107 130 134 135 138 139 167 185 203
MITSUMI
153
204
MODULAIRE
182
CASIO
111 182
MONDIAL
147
CLARINETTE
182
MYRYAD
155 244
CREEK
159
NAD
005 006 067 178
CROWN
035
NAKAMICHI
095 217 218 219
DENON
002 123
NEC
014 062
EMERSON
042 069 102
NIKKO
046
FISHER
008 050 134 185
NSM
044 107
FRABA
111
ONKYO
030 038 039 168 169
GENEXXA
010 069 102
OPTIMUS
010 050 057 058 081 082 083 085 093 195
GOLDSTAR
080
PANASONIC
008 068 103 172 201 248
HAITAI
093
PARASOUND
233 240
HARMAN KARDON
018 033 047 208
PHILIPS
041 044 107 246 253
HITACHI
042 175
PIONEER
010 020 025 056 174 175 176
INKEL
130 143 144
PROCEED
239
JC PENNEY
014 061 092 141
PROTON
044 107 228
JENSEN
158
QUASAR
008 103
JVC
004 022 136 163 213 214 242 243
RADIO SHACK
182
KENWOOD
007 023 055 071 072 137 142 185 254
RCA
017 042 150
C-19
Appendix C
Lexicon
CD
Manufacturer
DVD
Manufacturer
Codes
042 050 051 102 181 182 187
AIWA
146
ROTEL
044 107 161 178 250
ALPINE
098
SAE
044 107
APEX DIGITAL
087 111 112 115 116
SANSUI
044 069 107 125 128 171 190
ARCAM
122
SANYO
050
CAMBRIDGE AUDIO
215
SCOTT
069 102
CARY AUDIO DESIGN
174
SHARP
026 031 051 066
CLASSE
167
SHERWOOD
003 019 051 096 112 115 119 166
COBY
258
SIGNATURE
033
DENON
007 080 173
SONY
048 081 097 126 133 164 177 225 226
FUNAI
143
SOUNDESIGN
251
GATEWAY
175
SUMO
155
GE
026 027
SYLVANIA
044 107
GO VIDEO
137 218 220 221 222
SYMPHONIC
052 181
HARMAN KARDON
084 140
TAEKWANG
085 195
HITACHI
101
TANDY
010
ILO
268
TEAC
015 034 036 051 052 079 101 131 140
INTEGRA
142 180
TECHNICS
008 060 068 103 172 184 200
JVC
012
TECHWOOD
076
KENWOOD
151
THETA DIGITAL
234 235
KISS
179 279
TOSHIBA
006 067 091 148 160
KLH
135
VECTOR RESEARCH
080
KRELL
104
VICTOR
004 022 114 124
LEXICON
148 305
WARDS
033 185
Note: 305 is factory default setting for Lexicon RT-20
YAMAHA
024 046 054 183 186 245
LG
057 074 091
YORX
182
LITEON
264 265
REALISTIC
C-20
Codes
MAGNAVOX
066 096
MALATA
267
MARANTZ
083 095
MERIDIAN
153
MITSUBISHI
017
MYRYAD
102 134
NAD
088 155
Appendix C
MV-5
DVD
Manufacturer
Codes
DVD
NAKAMICHI
103
Manufacturer
Codes
ONKYO
035 076 180
OPPO
266
DVD-TV/DVD Combos
PANASONIC
021 042 138 139 144 150
AIWA
PHILIPS
066 083 095 105 166
FUNAI
143
PIONEER
023 092 099 107 108 131
SAMSUNG
165
POLAROID
233 234 237
SYLVANIA
143
PRIMARE
193 194
SYMPHONIC
143
PROCEED
086
TOSHIBA
130
146
PROSCAN
026 027
RCA
026 027
DVD-TV/DVD/VCR Combos
RJTECH
269
MAGNAVOX
143
ROTEL
204
PANASONIC
144
SAMSUNG
056 070 119 137 159 165 170
SYLVANIA
143
SANSUI
154
TOSHIBA
164
SANYO
147
SENSORY SCIENCE
222 223
SHARP
094
SONY
033 118 126 145 191
SYLVANIA
143
SYMPHONIC
143
TAG MCLAREN
156
TATUNG
102
TEAC
270
THOMPSON
026 027
THULE
177
TOSHIBA
034 035 130 141 164 188
VENTURER
149
VINC
161
YAMAHA
042 089 166 195 197
ZENITH
057 074 091
DVD-DVD/VCR Combos
GO VIDEO
137 218
PANASONIC
150
PHILIPS
105 (VCR Functions for VCR, 067)
POLAROID
234
SAMSUNG
137 159
SANSUI
154
SONY
145 191
TOSHIBA
141
ZENITH
091 (VCR Functions for VCR, 171)
C-21
Appendix C
Lexicon
DVD
Manufacturer
LD
Codes
DVD-DVD Recorders
Manufacturer
Codes
DENON
206 207
FUNAI
120
GATEWAY
175
KENWOOD
013 152
GO VIDEO
220 221 222
MAGNAVOX
032 121
ILO
268
MARANTZ
211
121
279
MITSUBISHI
LITEON
265
NAD
121
PANASONIC
139
OPTIMUS
013 049
SENSORY SCIENCE
222
PANASONIC
113
SONY
191
PHILIPS
032
TOSHIBA
188
PIONEER
106 117 121
RADIO SHACK
120
RCA
002
REALISTIC
049
KISS
DVR-PVR/TIVO
Manufacturer
DISH
ECHOSTAR
HUGHES
HUMAX
JVC
PHILIPS
RCA
REPLAY NETWORKS
SONY
TIVO
TOSHIBA
Codes
122
122
108 117
117 118
122
090 108 117
109
075
104 105
090 117 118
117
RUNCO
127
SANYO
075
SHARP
013 152
SONY
053 110
TECHNICS
113
THETA DIGITAL
032
TOSHIBA
106 152
YAMAHA
043 129
PHONO
Manufacturer
LIGHT
Manufacturer
Codes
LITE-TOUCH
208 212
LUTRON
077 158 159
X-10
093 183
C-22
JVC
KENWOOD
PIONEER
YAMAHA
Codes
004
005
003
001 002
Appendix C
MV-5
SAT
Manufacturer
TAPE
Codes
CABLEVISION/VOOM
148
DIRECTV
173
ECHOSTAR/DISH
EXPRESSVU
GENERAL ELECTRIC
GENERAL INSTRUMENT
GOI
HITACHI
HTS
HUGHES
JVC
LG
MAGNAVOX
MEMOREX
MITSUBISHI
MOTOROLA
NEXT LEVEL
PANASONIC
PANSAT
PAYSAT
PHILIPS
PROSCAN
RADIO SHACK
RCA
SAMSUNG
SKY
SONY
STAR CHOICE
TOSHIBA
UNIDEN
ZENITH
122 167 168
122
106 150 151
148
122
139 140
122
068 108 117 154 161 162 165 166
122
170
136
136
068 154
148
148
142 160
172
136
068 108 117 136 152 153 154 156
106 150 151
148
106 150 151
123 155 163 169 175
164
103
148
068 127 154 157 158
136
159
Manufacturer
AIWA
CARVER
DENON
FISHER
GOLDSTAR
HARMAN KARDON
JVC
KENWOOD
LINN
LUXMAN
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
MCINTOSH
MITSUBISHI
NAD
NAKAMICHI
ONKYO
OPTIMUS
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
QUASAR
SANSUI
SHARP
SHERWOOD
SONY
TEAC
TECHNICS
TOSHIBA
VICTOR
YAMAHA
Codes
015 071 100 114
006 008 024 027 036
105 227 229
064
011
233
106 116 239 240
005 013 023 026 064 145 146 181 190
124
035 137 139
027
014 027 056 065 087
238
242 243
029 048
025 244 245
002 012 016 017 018 019 115
026 054 055
007 010 032 088 195
027 087
003 039 047 050 066 098 222
007 088
027 113 119 224
026 057 131 175 181
004 028 030 033 034 038
020 022 052 084 089
009 059 212
007 010 076 088 109 122 193
112
106
021 026 031 040 067
C-23
Appendix C
Lexicon
TV
Manufacturer
TV
Codes
Manufacturer
Codes
ADMIRAL
072 081 160 161
EIKI
187
ADVENT
247
ELECTROHOME
024 076 143 196
AKAI
146 197 248
EMERSON
004 005 028 043 047 048 050 051 076 096 143 151
A MARK
112 143
AMPRO
073 157 167 183
EPSON
324
AMSTRAD
052
ESA
323
ANAM
043 054 056 080 112 131
AOC
004 058 112 197
APEX DIGITAL
006 310
FISHER
FUJITSU
FUNAI
007 057
198 246 346
028 043
AUDIOVOX
076 273
FUTURETECH
043
BARCO
233
GATEWAY
242 268
BLAUPUNKT
088
GE
004 008 009 034 056 073 074 091 130 144 155 157 160
BROKSONIC
238
153 154 155 197
161 165 183 197
201
GOLDSTAR
004 102 106 112 113 116 119 127 143
CANDLE
002 003 004 197
HALL MARK
004
CAPEHART
058
HANNSPREE
381
CETRONIC
043
HITACHI
004 009 010 011 012 023 072 075 143 158 163 166
CITIZEN
002 003 004 043 101 103 143 197
HP
316 327 378
043
HYUNDAI
337 338
CONCERTO
004
INFINITY
164
CONTEC
043 050 051
INFOCUS
230 330 333
CORONADO
143
INSIGNIA
350
CRAIG
043 054
JBL
164
CROWN
043 143
JCPENNEY
004 008 009 024 030 065 101 143 156 160 197
CURTIS MATHES
004 101 143 197
JENSEN
013
CXC
043
JVC
034 038 070 083 145 199 210 240 241
DAEWOO
004 016 043 044 076 103 114 125 127 143
KEC
043
DAYTRON
004 143
KENWOOD
070 197
DELL
319 320 321
KLOSS
002 059
235 345
KMC
143
177 257
KTV
043 143 154 197
043
LG
004 102 106 112 113 116 119 127 143 243 284 363 365
062
LODGENET
072
CAIRN
CLASSIC
DREAMVISION
DWIN
DYNASTY
DYNATECH
C-24
Appendix C
MV-5
TV
Manufacturer
TV
Codes
Manufacturer
Codes
LOEWE
164
RADIO SHACK
004 019 043 127 143
LOGIK
072
RCA
LUXMAN
004
LXI
007 015 052 081 160 164 166
REALISTIC
007 019 043 047
MAGNAVOX
003 004 022 059 060 061 063 064 094 127 160 164 197
ROCTEC
186
226 239 273
RUNCO
073 157 168 169 178 179 180 181 182 183 340
MARANTZ
164 184 197
SAMPO
004 058 197 202
MATSUI
164
SAMSUNG
004 050 089 101 105 127 143 160 228 229 258
MAXENT
242
SANYO
007 020 053 057 082 166 187
MEMOREX
004 007 072
SCEPTRE
276
METZ
088
SCOTT
004 028 043 048 143
MGA
004 024 028 042 197
SEARS
004 007 015 028 030 057 082 094 143 160 165 166
MINERVA
088
SELECO
189 200 205 227
MITSUBISHI
004 024 028 040 042 109 124 146 191
SHARP
004 014 019 022 028 029 081 143 170 175 251
MTC
004 062 101 197
SIEMENS
088
NAD
015 025
SIGNATURE
072
NEC
016 019 024 040 056 130 132 134 197 236 237 262 272
SIM2
189 200 205 227
NIKEI
043
SOLE
231 232
NUVISION
351
SONY
070 085 126 139 147 185 194 213 277 279
ONKING
043
SOUNDESIGN
003 004 028 043
ONWA
043
SPECTRICON
112
OPTOMA
265 270
SSS
004 043
OPTONICA
019 081
SUPRE MACY
002
ORION
096
SVA
328
PANASONIC
034 056 080 092 164 208
SYLVANIA
003 044 059 060 063 064 127 160 164 197
PHILCO
003 004 024 056 059 060 063 064 164 197
SYNTAX OLEVIA
376
PHILIPS
003 004 005 038 059 093 127 164 184 197 206 239 259
TANDY
081
PIONEER
018 023 025 116 135 190 197 234 335
TATUNG
056 062
POLAROID
138 268 328 353 354 356 388
TECHNICS
034 080
PORTLAND
004 143
TECHWOOD
004
PROSCAN
144 160 161 165 167
PROTON
004 058 131 143 171 173 193
TEKNIKA
TELEFUNKEN
002 003 004 024 028 043 072 101 143
037 046 086 087
QUASAR
034 056 092
TELERENT
072
004 023 024 056 065 074 144 152 156 160 161 165 197
333
C-25
Appendix C
Lexicon
TV
Manufacturer
TERA
VCR
Codes
Manufacturer
172
DBX
DYNATECH
ELECTROHOME
EMERSON
TMK
004
TOSHIBA
007 015 030 040 062 101 138 325
TOTEVISION
143
UNIVERSAL
008 009
VIDEO CONCEPTS
146
VIDIKRON
174 184 188 192 340
VIDTECH
004
VIEWSONIC
242
VIZIO
386 387
WARDS
004 008 009 019 028 034 060 061 063 064 072 074 143
164
WESTING HOUSE
076 280
WINBOOK
339
YAMAHA
004 197
YORK
004
YUPITERU
043
ZENITH
072 073 095 103 157 183 243 284
ZONDA
112
VCR
Manufacturer
AIWA
AKAI
AMPRO
ANAM
AUDIO DYNAMICS
BROOKSONIC
CANON
CAPEHART
CRAIG
CURTIS MATHES
DAEWOO
DAYTRON
C-26
Codes
034 161
016 043 046 124 125 142 146
072
031
012 023 039 043
035 037 129
028 031
108
003 040 135
031 041
005 007 010 065 108 110 111 112 116 117 119
108
FISHER
FUNAI
GE
GO VIDEO
GOLDSTAR
HARMAN KARDON
HITACHI
INSTANTREPLAY
JCL
JCPENNY
JENSEN
JVC
KENWOOD
LG
LLOYD
LXI
MAGIN
MAGNAVOX
Codes
012 023 039 043
034 053
059
006 017 025 027 029 031 034 035 036 037 046 101 116
129 131 138 153 162
003 008 009 010
034
031 063 072 107 109 144 147
040 115 132 136 155
012 013 020 101 106 114 123
012 045
004 013 018 026 034 043 063 137 150 160
031
031
012 013 015 040 066 101
043
012 031 043 048 050 055 060 130 150 152 166
014 034 047 048
012 013 020 101 106 114 123
034
003 009 017 034 106
040
031 034 041 067 068 156 164
MARANTZ
012 031 067 069 156
MARTA
MATSUI
101
027 030
MEI
031
MEMOREX
003 010 014 031 034 053 072 101 102 134 139
MGA
045 046 059
MINOLTA
013 020
MITSUBISHI
013 020 045 046 049 051 059 061 142 151 168
MTC
034 040
MULTITECH
024 034
NEC
012 023 039 043 048
NORDMENDE
043
OPTONICA
053 054
Appendix C
MV-5
VCR
Manufacturer
VCR
Codes
Manufacturer
Codes
ORION
025
TECHNICS
PANASONIC
066 070 074 083 133 140 145 157 163 167
TEKNIKA
019 031 034 101
PENTAX
013 020 031 063
THOMAS
034
PHILCO
031 034 067
TMK
006
PHILIPS
031 034 054 067 071 101 156
TOSHIBA
008 013 042 047 059 079 081 082 112 131
PILOT
101
TOTEVISION
040 101
PIONEER
013 021 048
UNITECH
040
PORTLAND
108
VECTOR RESEARCH
012
PULSAR
072
VICTOR
048
QUARTZ
002 014
VIDEO CONCEPTS
012 034 046 141
QUASAR
066 075 145
VIDEOSONIC
040
RADIO SHACK
123
WARDS
003 013 017 024 031 034 040 053 054 131
RCA
013 020 034 040 041 107 109 140 144 145 147 158
YAMAHA
012 034 039 043
REALISTIC
003 008 010 014 031 034 040 053 054 101
ZENITH
034 048 056 058 072 080 101
RICO
058
RUNCO
148
VCR-TV/VCR Combos
SALORA
014
SAMSUNG
032 040 066 102 104 107 109 112 113 115 120 122 125
DAEWOO
EMERSON
FUNAI
GOLDSTAR
HITACHI
JCPENNEY
LG
LLOYD
MAGNAVOX
MEMOREX
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
RADIO SHACK
RCA
SEARS
SONY
SYLVANIA
SYMPHONIC
THOMAS
ZENITH
SANSUI
022 043 048 135
SANYO
SCOTT
003 007 010 014 102 134
017 037 112 129 131
SEARS
003 008 009 010 013 014 081 101 017 073 112
SHARP
031 054 149 159 165
SHINTOM
024
SIGNATURE
034
SONY
003 031 052 056 057 058 076 077 078 149 154
SOUNDESIGN
034
STS
013
SYLVANIA
031 034 059 067
SYMPHONIC
034
TANDY
010 034
TATUNG
039 043
TEAC
034 039 043
031 070
005 117
153
034
101 123
034
101
101 123
034
034 067
101
070 167
034 067
123
034
101
057 154
067
034
034
034
C-27
Appendix C
Lexicon
AUX
Manufacturer
AUX
Codes
Manufacturer
Codes
3M
152
POLKAUDIO
AIWA
164
RUSSOUND
APPLE
401
SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA
156 163
ARCHER
155
SIMA
082
AURORA MULTIMEDIA
220
SOLO ELECTRONICS
207
AUTON
191
SOMFY
078 079
BOSE
409
SONY
164 165 166 261 262
CELADON
221
STARCOM
153
CRESTRON
213 214 215 216 217 218
TURBOSCAN
167
DELL
261 262
VELODYNE
203
DMX
156
XANTECH
168 169 170 171 172 188 189
DRAPER SCREEN
204
DREAMVISION
097
AUX-Media PC Controls
DWIN
080 253
DELL
261 262
EVERQUEST
206
GATEWAY
261 262
EXTRON
151
HAUPPAUGE
294 295
FAROUDJA
184
HP
261 262
FUJI
209
KEYSPAN
297
GATEWAY
261 262
SONY
261 262
HAUPPAUGE
294 295
TOSHIBA
261 262
HP
261 262
WINBOOK
261 262
HUNTERDOUGLAS
219
JERROLD
153
AUX-XBox Controls
JVC
185
MICROSOFT/XBOX
KENSINGTON
406
KENWOOD
185
KEYSPAN
297
MAKITA
186 201
MICROSOFT
107 408
MINDPATH
205
NILES
160 187
NSM
161
PIANO DISC PLUS
085
C-28
162
081
107 408
AUX-iPod Controls
APPLE/iPod
401
BOSE
409
KENSINGTON
406
D
Appendix
Installation Worksheet .............................................................. D-2
3-Digit Pre-programmed Codes Worksheet ................................ D-6
Appendix D
Lexicon
INSTALLATION WORKSHEET
INPUT SETUP
HD
DVD
GAME
SAT
CABLE
DVR
CD
DOCK
PC
DIG AUDIO
NONE
USB
ANLG AUDIO
DOCK
NONE
N/A
N/A
NAME
VIDEO IN
V-PROCESS
VIDEO OUT
HDMI LINK
DIG/ANLG AUTO
MODE FAMILY**
MODE**
DEFAULT SUR**
A/D SAMPLE RATE
A/V SYNC DELAY
TRIGGER 2
ZONE2 OUT**
ADVANCED VIDEO
INPUT TYPE
SHARPNESS
NOISE REDUCTION
X-COLOR SUPPRESS
DCDi INTERPOL
FILM DETECTION
FILM EDIT DETECTION
FLESHTONE NR
D-2
TUNER AUX1
AUX2
Appendix D
MV-5
INPUT SETUP
HD
DVD
GAME
SAT
CABLE
DVR
CD
DOCK
PC
TUNER AUX1
AUX2
ADVANCED VIDEO (CONTINUED)
COMPNT ENHANCE
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
COLOR
SPEAKER SETUP
REAR AMP**: ____
AUTO
SETTING FRONT
LEFT
**
CENTER
FRONT
RIGHT
SIDE
LEFT
SIDE
RIGHT
REAR
LEFT
REAR
RIGHT
SUB/
SUB/
LFE LPF LFE HPF
SUB 1
SUB 2
CROSS-OVER POINTS**
DISTANCES (UNITS: ___)**
OUTPUT LEVELS
“ALL” INPUT**
HD INPUT
DVD INPUT
GAME INPUT
SAT INPUT
CABLE INPUT
DVR INPUT
CD INPUT
DOCK INPUT
PC INPUT
TUNER INPUT
AUX 1 INPUT
AUX 2 INPUT
D-3
Appendix D
Lexicon
SURROUND CONFIGURATION
LOGIC 7 DEFAULT**
DTS**
DTS 96/24
DTS + NEO:6
DTS-ES MATRIX
DTS-ES DISCRETE
LOGIC 7
STEREO DOWN MIX
DOLBY 2.0**
DOLBY PLII
DOLBY PLIIx
DOLBY VIRTUAL
LOGIC 7
DOLBY MULTI-CHANNEL** DOLBY VIRTUAL
PCM 44.1/48 kHz**
NO YES
AUDIO CONTROLS
SETTING
AUTO EQ**
ACTIVE EQ PRESET**
EQ ADJUST/HF SHELF**
TONE CONTROLS
BASS
TREBLE
VIDEO CONTROLS
4:3 IN >16:9 DISPLAY**
DOLBY CONFIG
PLII**
PLIIx**
CENTER WIDTH
LOGIC 7
DIMENSION
STEREO DOWN MIX
PANORAMA
LOGIC 7
NIGHT
DOLBY PLII
DOLBY PLIIx
PCM 96 kHz**
CONNECTION
DTS NEO:6
HDMI AUDIO OUT
HALL
OSD: 2-LINE OSD
5/7 CH STEREO
OSD: MENU TIME OUT
LOGIC 7
F/P DISPLAY: BRIGHTNESS
DOLBY PLII
F/P DISPLAY: TIME OUT
DOLBY PLIIx
DTS NEO:6
5/7 CH STEREO
D-4
DISPLAY SETUP**
DOLBY VIRTUAL
SETTING
Appendix D
MV-5
R/P CONNECTIONS
ANALOG AUDIO
DIGITAL AUDIO
DOCK INPUT
DOCK
NONE
PC INPUT
NONE
USB
ANALOG VIDEO
DIGITAL VIDEO
HD INPUT
DVD INPUT
GAME INPUT
SAT INPUT
CABLE INPUT
DVR INPUT
CD INPUT
TUNER INPUT
AUX 1 INPUT
AUX 2 INPUT
D-5
Appendix D
Lexicon
3-DIGIT PRE-PROGRAMMED CODES WORKSHEET
COMPONENT
AUDIO
DVD
CD
SAT
TV
VCR
CABLE
AUX
LIGHT
TAPE
PHONO
TV2
VCR2
DVR
LDP
XM RADIO
IPOD
X-BOX
D-6
MANUFACTURER
CODE(S) USED
Index
Numerics
2-channel listening modes, 3-25
2-Line OSD parameter, 3-3
5.1-channel direct inputs, 3-28
5-channel listening modes, 3-25
7.1-channel direct inputs, 3-28
7-channel listening modes, 3-25
A
A/D SAMPLE RATE parameter, 3-17
A/V SYNC DELAY parameter, 3-17
advanced video
BRIGHTNESS parameter, 3-21
COLOR parameter, 3-21
COMPONENT ENHANCE parameter, 3-21
CONTRAST parameter, 3-21
DCDi INTERPOL parameter, 3-20
FILM DETECTION parameter, 3-20
FILM EDIT DETECT parameter, 3-21
FLESHTONE NR parameter, 3-21
INPUT TYPE parameter, 3-19
NOISE REDUCTION parameter, 3-20
SHARPNESS parameter, 3-19
X-COLOR SUPPRESS parameter, 3-20
ADVANCED VIDEO menu, 3-17, 3-19
ALL input parameter selection, 3-11
ANLG AUDIO parameter, 3-16
audio
analog audio input setup, 3-16
AUDIO CONTROLS menu, 4-2
AUDIO STATUS menu, 4-4
digital audio input setup, 3-16
HDMI AUDIO OUT parameter, 3-3
rear panel connectors, 2-6
TONE CONTROLS parameter, 4-3
AUTO EQ parameter, 4-2
AUTO SETTINGS parameter, 3-8
autocalibration
AUTO EQ parameter, 4-2
AUTO SETTINGS parameter, 3-8
EQ PRESET parameter, 4-2
FULL AUTOCAL menu, 3-6
MANUAL setup menu, 3-6, 3-8
microphone input connector, 2-7
SEMI AUTOCAL menu, 3-6
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP menu, 3-5
B
BASS parameter, 4-3
battery installation, 1-4
BRIGHTNESS parameter, 3-4, 3-21
C
CAL NOISE parameter, D-2–D-3
CENTER WIDTH parameter, 3-31
COLOR parameter, 3-21
command matrix, 2-11
COMPONENT ENHANCE parameter, 3-21
component rear panel connectors, 2-6
CONNECTION parameter, 3-3
CONTRAST parameter, 3-21
cross-color interference, 3-20
Customizing input names, 3-13
D
DCDi INTERPOL parameter, 3-20
Declaration of Conformity, A-4
default video source settings, 3-20
DIG AUDIO parameter, 3-16
DIG/ANLG AUTO parameter, 3-16
DIMENSION parameter, 3-31
DISPLAY SETUP menu, 3-2–3-3, 3-29, 3-31–3-32
dock input
2-line display characteristics, 5-5
charging the iPod, 5-6
connecting to the MV-5, 5-4
controlling the iPod, 5-6
DOCK AUTO POWER parameter, 3-32
Dock Functionality, 5-4
docking the iPod, 5-5
overview, 2-8
rear panel connector, 2-7
remote control, 5-6
removing the iPod, 5-6
ZONE 2 OUT parameter, 3-18
documentation conventions, 1-ii
DOLBY
configuration menu, 3-2
Dolby
Dolby Digital modes, 3-24
DTS + DOLBY modes, 3-22
listening modes descriptions, 3-26
surround configuration menu, 3-29
DOWNMIX parameter selection, 3-18
DSP listening modes descriptions, 3-27
DTS
DTS + DOLBY modes, 3-22
DTS modes, 3-25
listening modes descriptions, 3-26
surround configuration menu, 3-29
E
EQ ADJUST parameter, 4-3
EQ PRESET parameter, 4-2
Index
F
favorite channel
access, C-9
setup, C-9
FILM DETECTION parameter, 3-20
FILM EDIT DETECT parameter, 3-21
FLESHTONE NR parameter, 3-21
front panel
display, 2-3
front panel display
BRIGHTNESS parameter, 3-4
TIME OUT parameter, 3-4
FULL AUTOCAL menu, 3-6
H
HDMI AUDIO OUT parameter, 3-3
HDMI connectors, 2-6
HF SHELF parameter, 4-3
Lexicon
analog modes, 3-25
available listening modes, 3-23
descriptions, 3-26
DOLBY CONFIG menu, 3-2
Dolby Digital modes, 3-24
DSP listening modes, 3-27
DTS + DOLBY modes, 3-22
DTS modes, 3-25
LOGIC 7 DEFAULT parameter, 3-30
MODE FAMILY parameter, 3-16
MODE parameter, 3-16
PCM modes, 3-23
selecting, 3-22
SURROUND CONFIG menu, 3-2
surround configuration menu, 3-29
Logic 7
DEFAULT parameter, 3-30
listening modes descriptions, 3-26
surround configuration menu, 3-29
M
I
INPUT parameter, 3-11
input selection buttons, 2-3
INPUT SETUP menu, 3-2, 3-13, B-6, D-2–D-3
INPUT setup parameter, 3-13
INPUT TYPE parameter, 3-19
installation considerations, 1-4
iPod
iPod functionality, 5-4
Zone 2 iPod, 5-7
IR (Infra Red)
front panel receiver, 2-3
rear panel connector, 2-6
L
listening modes, 3-22
5.1-channel direct inputs, 3-28
7.1-channel direct inputs, 3-28
I-2
Main Zone
input selection buttons, 2-3
INPUT SETUP menu, 3-2
mute levels paramater, 3-32
OFF button, 2-4
maintenance, 6-12
MANUAL setup menu, 3-6, 3-8
menu
AUDIO CONTROLS menu, 4-2, B-2
DISPLAY SETUP menu, 3-2–3-3, B-4
DOLBY CONFIG menu, 3-2
INPUT SETUP menu, 3-2, B-6
menu arrows, 2-9, 2-11
menu item selection, 2-9, 2-11
menu options, 2-11
MUTE LEVELS menu, 3-2
navigation, 2-9
overview, 2-9
POWER ON SETTINGS menu, 3-2
SELECT button, 2-9
SETUP menu, 3-2, B-3
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP menu, 3-2, B-5
SURROUND CONFIG menu, 3-2, B-4
VIDEO CONTROLS menu, B-2
MENU TIME OUT parameter, 3-4
microphone, 3-6
MODE buttons, 2-4
MODE FAMILY parameter, 3-16
MODE parameter, 3-16, 3-31
MUTE button, 2-4
MUTE LEVELS menu, 3-2, 3-32
MV-5
About, 1-2
Available Options, 1-3
Declaration of Conformity, A-4
installation considerations, 1-4
Product Registration, 1-2
routine maintenance, 6-12
specifications, A-2
What’s in the Box, 1-3
MV-5 error messages, 6-7
autocal errors, 6-8
video errors, 6-7
N
NAME parameter, 3-13
NIGHT parameter, 3-31
NOISE REDUCTION parameter, 3-20
O
OSD (On-Screen Display), 3-3
MENU TIME OUT parameter, 3-4
OUTPUT LEVELS menu, 3-11
P
PANORAMA parameter, 3-31
PC input
controls, 5-2
Index
MV-5
overview, 2-8
playing PC media, 5-3
setting up to play, 5-2
USB connector, 2-6
ZONE 2 OUT parameter, 3-18
power
AC input connector, 2-7
POWER ON SETTINGS menu, 3-2, 3-32
rear panel switch, 2-7
standby button, 2-4
preamplifier rear panel connectors, 2-7
R
rear panel
connectors, 2-6–2-7
overview, 2-5
remote control
adjusting the touch screen contrast, C-7
advanced customizing tools, C-6
backlight time out, C-7
battery installation, 1-4
button learning, C-4
buttons overview, 2-10
cloning, C-11
command matrix, 2-11–2-15
customizing the touch screen, C-7
erasing commands, C-13
favorite channel access, C-9
favorite channel setup, C-9
hiding and adding pages, C-12
LCD display overview, 2-10
light button, 2-11, C-2
lock feature, C-6
macro setup, C-10
operation considerations, 2-8
optional RF-1 receiver, C-14
overview, 2-8
pre-programmed codes, C-3
pre-programmed codes worksheet, D-6
programming, C-2
punch through commands, C-11
recall pre-programming, C-4
restoring factory default settings, C-14
setup, C-3
system volume setup, C-11
transmitting icon, C-2
using the code library, C-15
restoring the factory defaults, 6-12
routine maintenance, 6-12
RS-232 connector, 2-7
S
safety instructions, 1-ii
SELECT button, 2-9
SEMI AUTOCAL menu, 3-6
SETUP menu, 3-2
SHARPNESS parameter, 3-19
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP menu, 3-5
speakers
crossover setup, 3-9
FULL AUTOCAL menu, 3-6
MANUAL setup menu, 3-6, 3-8
manual TEST TONE, 3-11
output levels INPUT parameter, 3-11
OUTPUT LEVELS menu, 3-11
SEMI AUTOCAL menu, 3-6
SPEAKER DISTANCES menu, 3-10
SPEAKER/EQ SETUP menu, 3-2, 3-5
SPEAKERS manual setup menu, 3-9
SUB HPF parameter, 3-10
SUB MODE parameter, 3-10
SUB/LFE LPF parameter, 3-10
SUBWOOFERS parameter, 3-10
UNITS parameter, 3-11
specifications, A-2
Standby button, 2-4
SUB HPF parameter, 3-10
SUB MODE parameter, 3-10
SUB/LFE LPF parameter, 3-10
SUBWOOFERS parameter, 3-10
SURROUND CONFIG menu, 3-2, 3-29
T
TEST TONE parameter, 3-11
TIME OUT parameter, 3-4
tone controls, 4-3
BASS parameter, 4-3
TREBLE parameter, 4-3
TREBLE parameter, 4-3
trigger
output connectors, 2-7
TRIGGER 2 parameter, 3-17
troubleshooting, 6-2
U
UNITS parameter, 3-11
V
video
ADVANCED VIDEO menu, 3-17, 3-19
CONNECTION parameter, 3-3
default video source settings, 3-20
rear panel connectors, 2-6
VIDEO IN setup parameter, 3-14
VIDEO OUT parameter, 3-15
video resolutions table, 6-10
VIDEO STATUS menu, 4-4
V-PROCESS parameter, 3-14
volume
adjust Main Zone level, 2-3
adjust Zone 2 level, 2-3
knob, 2-3
MUTE LEVELS menu, 3-32
V-PROCESS parameter, 3-14
X
X-COLOR SUPPRESS parameter, 3-20
I-3
Index
Z
Zone 2
input selection buttons, 2-3
INPUT SETUP menu, 3-2
iPod, 5-7
mute levels paramater, 3-32
OFF button, 2-4
rear panel connectors, 2-7
ZONE-2 OUT parameter, 3-17
I-4
Lexicon
LIMITED WARRANTY
Harman Specialty Group offers the following warranty
on this product:
4.
Damage to a unit that has been altered, or on
which the serial number has been defaced, modified, or removed.
What is the Duration of this Warranty?
This warranty will remain in effect for three (3) years
from the original date of purchase.
What Expenses will Harman Specialty Group
Assume?
Who is Covered?
Harman Specialty Group will pay all labor and material
expenses for covered items. Payment of shipping
charges is discussed in the next section of the warranty.
This warranty may be enforced by the original purchaser and subsequent owners during the warranty
period, provided the original dated sales receipt or
other proof of warranty coverage is presented at time
of service.
What is Covered?
This warranty covers all defects in material and
workmanship on this product, except as specified
below. The following are not covered:
1.
2.
3.
Damage resulting from:
A. Accident, misuse, abuse, or neglect.
B. Failure to follow instructions contained in the
user guide.
C. Repair or attempted repair unauthorized by
Harman Specialty Group.
D. Failure to perform recommended periodic
maintenance.
Causes other than product defects, including lack
of skill, competence, or experience on the part of
the owner.
Damage occurring during any shipment of this
product. Claims for shipping damages must be
made with the carrier.
How is Service Obtained?
When this product needs service, write, telephone, or
fax Harman Specialty Group to request information
about where the unit should be taken or sent. When
making a written request, please include your name,
complete address, and daytime telephone number;
the product model and serial numbers; and a description of the problem. Do not return the unit to Harman
Specialty Group without prior authorization.
When Shipping a Product for Service . . .
1.
2.
3.
4.
Pay any initial shipping charges, which are the
responsibility of the owner. If necessary repairs are
covered by this warranty, Harman Specialty
Group will pay return shipping charges to any
destination in the United States using the carrier
of our choice.
Pack the unit securely. Package insurance is
strongly recommended.
Include a copy of the original dated sales receipt.
(A copy of the original dated sales receipt must be
presented whenever warranty service is required.)
Do not include accessories such as power cords or
user guides unless instructed to do so.
Harman Specialty Group
3 Oak Park Drive
Bedford, MA 01730-1413
USA
Tel 781-280-0300
Fax 781-280-0490
www.lexicon.com
What are the
Warranties?
Limitations
of
Implied
Any implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are
limited in duration to the length of this warranty.
What Certain Damages are Excluded?
Harman Specialty Group’s liability for a defective
product is limited to repair or replacement of that
product, at our option. Harman Specialty Group shall
not be liable for damages based on inconvenience;
loss of use of the product; loss of time; interrupted
operation; commercial loss; or any other damages,
whether incidental, consequential, or otherwise.
How do State Laws Relate to this Warranty?
Some states do not allow limitations on the duration of
implied warranties and/or the exclusion or limitation
of incidental or consequential damages. As such, the
above limitations may not apply.
This warranty is not enforceable outside of North
America. This warranty provides specific legal rights.
Additional rights may be provided by some states.
Customer Service
Tel 781-280-0300
Fax 781-280-0495 (Sales)
Fax 781-280-0499 (Service)
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