FR966/00S - Product support
Digital surround sound receiver
FR965/FR966
FR975/FR976
Important notes for users in the U.K.
Italia
DICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITA’
Mains plug
This apparatus is fitted with an approved 13 Amp plug.
To change a fuse in this type of plug proceed as follows:
1 Remove fuse cover and fuse.
2 Fix new fuse which should be a
BS1362 5 Amp, A.S.T.A. or BSI approved type.
3 Refit the fuse cover.
If the fitted plug is not suitable for your socket outlets, it
should be cut off and an appropriate plug fitted in its place.
If the mains plug contains a fuse, this should have a value
of 5 Amp. If a plug without a fuse is used, the fuse at the
distribution board should not be greater than 5 Amp.
Note: The severed plug must be disposed of to avoid a
possible shock hazard should it be inserted into a 13 Amp
socket elsewhere.
How to connect a plug
The wires in the mains lead are coloured with the following
code: blue = neutral (N), brown = live (L).
As these colours may not correspond with the colour
markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as
follows:
• Connect the blue wire to the terminal marked N or
coloured black.
• Connect the brown wire to the terminal marked L or
coloured red.
• Do not connect either wire to the earth terminal in the
plug, marked E (or e) or coloured green (or green and
yellow).
Before replacing the plug cover, make certain that the cord
grip is clamped over the sheath of the lead - not simply over
the two wires.
Copyright in the U.K.
Recording and playback of material may require consent.
See Copyright Act 1956 and The Performer’s Protection Acts
1958 to 1972.
2
Si dichiara che gli apparecchi FR 965/966 e FR 975/976
Philips rispondono alle prescrizioni dell’art. 2 comma 1 del D.
M. 28 Agosto 1995 n. 548.
Fatto a Eindhoven, il 01/03/2000 (FR 965/FR966)
Fatto a Eindhoven, il 01/04/2000 (FR 975/FR976)
Philips Consumer Electronics
Philips, Glaslaan 2
5616 JB Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Norge
Typeskilt finnes på apparatens bakside.
Observer: Nettbryteren er sekundert innkoplet. Den
innebygde netdelen er derfor ikke frakoplet nettet så lenge
apparatet er tilsluttet nettkontakten.
For å redusere faren for brann eller elektrisk støt, skal
apparatet ikke utsettes for regn eller fuktighet.
English
Français
English ....................................................4
Español
Français.................................................26
Deutsch
Español .................................................48
Nederlands
Deutsch.................................................70
Italiano
Nederlands ...........................................92
Italiano................................................114
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GENERAL INFORMATION
English
General information
Scope of supply..................................................................................4
Setup ..................................................................................................4
Environmental information.................................................................4
Trademark acknowledgment..............................................................4
Controls .................................................................................................5
Remote control
Remote control usage........................................................................6
Remote control buttons .....................................................................7
Programming the universal remote control .......................................8
Connectors............................................................................................9
Connections
Analogue audio connections ...........................................................10
Digital audio connections ................................................................10
System control bus, CINEMA LINK .................................................11
Video connections............................................................................11
Mains ...............................................................................................12
Speaker connections........................................................................12
TV as the center speaker .................................................................12
Antenna connections .......................................................................12
FRONT AV / GAME cap (FR 975 only) ..............................................12
System setup
Positioning of the speakers .............................................................13
Speaker setup and testing...............................................................13
Power handling ................................................................................13
Headphones .....................................................................................13
Maintenance ....................................................................................13
Display.................................................................................................14
Menus
Receiver menu ...........................................................................15–16
TV menu ...........................................................................................16
Source selection
SOURCE SELECTOR..........................................................................17
6 CHANNEL / DVD INPUT selection................................................17
Reassigning a source selection .......................................................17
Using one source selection for two or more appliances ................17
About 6 CHANNEL / DVD INPUT .....................................................17
Playback, recording
Playing a source ...............................................................................18
Adjusting the sound .........................................................................18
Recording from a source..................................................................18
Recording from the digital output ...................................................18
Surround sound
About surround sound......................................................................19
Switching surround sound ...............................................................19
Surround sound settings..................................................................20
Tuner
Tuning to radio stations ...................................................................21
Switching FM sensitivity .................................................................21
Storing radio stations ......................................................................21
Tuning to stored radio stations........................................................22
Resorting stored radio stations .......................................................22
Naming radio stations .....................................................................22
Clearing station names....................................................................22
RDS R..............................................................................................23
RDS News and Traffic Announcement ............................................23
Technical data
Receiver............................................................................................24
Troubleshooting
Warning............................................................................................25
Troubleshooting................................................................................25
This set complies with the radio interference
requirements of the European Community.
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Scope of supply
This receiver is supplied including:
– an universal remote control
– 2 batteries for the remote control, size AA
– a coaxial cable for audio connection with a DVD player
– a system bus cable for the CINEMA LINK connection
– a loop antenna
– a wire antenna
– this instruction booklet
Setup
If you have stacked the components of your system, the
receiver must be on top. Place the receiver on a flat,
hard, stabile surface. Do not cover any vents and leave
50 cm above and 10 cm left and right of the receiver
free for ventilation.
For good reception the loop antenna should not be placed on
top of or beneath VCRs, CD recorders, DVD players, TVs and
other radiation sources.
Environmental information
All redundant packing material has been omitted. We have
done our utmost to make the packaging easily separable into
three mono materials: cardboard (box), polystyrene foam
(buffer) and polyethylene (bags, protective foam sheet).
Your set consists of materials which can be recycled if
disassembled by a specialized company. Please observe the
local regulations regarding the disposal of packing materials,
exhausted batteries and old equipment.
As an ENERGY STAR® partner, Philips has determined that
this product meets the ENERGY STAR®
guidelines for energy efficiency.
Trademark acknowledgment
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“DOLBY”, “DOLBY DIGITAL”, “PRO LOGIC” and the double-D
symbol 2 are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential
unpublished works. © 1992–1997 Dolby Laboratories. All
rights reserved.
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are trademarks of Digital
Theater Systems, Inc. Copyright 1996 Theater Systems, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
CONTROLS
2 3 4 5 6
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English
1
VOLUME
SOURCE
SELECTO
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DVD
PHONO
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VIRTUAL
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TV
VCR
TUNER
PRESET
MENU TOR
NAVIGA
SAT
EXIT
PREV. /
AM/FM
TUNER
ND
SURROU
PHONES
AV /
FRONT
MODE
SURR.
DE
VIRT. MO
ON/OFF
TEXT
RADIO
SENS.
TREBLE
BASS
NEXT
LOUDNE
SS
TER / OK
0
MENU
SETUP
T/A
NEWS
SING
PROCES
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1 POWER / STANDBY.......Switches the receiver on and off.
2 CINEMA LINK ................Switches the system control bus
between the receiver and the TV
on and off.
3 ..........................................Sensor for the infrared remote
control.
4 VIRTUAL..........................Control light for virtual surround.
5 HALL ................................Control light for HALL.
6 ..........................................Display
7 SOURCE SELECTOR ......Selects the different audio and
video connectors.
8 VOLUME..........................Increases and decreases the
volume level.
9 FRONT AV.......................Selects the FRONT AV / GAME
input (FR 975 only).
0 TREBLE............................Adjusts the treble when used in
combination with VOLUME.
! BASS ...............................Adjusts the bass when used in
combination with VOLUME.
@ LOUDNESS .....................Switches LOUDNESS on and off.
# NEXT 2 ...........................TUNER: searches radio stations.
MENU: switches to the next
menu level.
$ ENTER / OK.....................Confirms selected menu values.
#
@
% TUNER PRESET X MENU NAVIGATOR
TUNER: switches to the next and
previous stored radio station.
MENU: moves upwards and
downwards.
^ 1 PREV. / EXIT ...............TUNER: searches radio stations.
MENU: switches to the previous
menu level.
& SETUP MENU ................Switches the menu on and off.
* SENS. ..............................Switches between low and high
tuner sensitivity.
( NEWS/TA........................Switches the RDS news and
RDS traffic announcement on
and off.
) TUNER AM/FM ..............Switches the wavebands of the
tuner.
¡ RADIO TEXT ...................Scrolls through the different RDS
information.
™ SURR. MODE..................Switches through the different
speaker configurations.
£ VIRT. MODE....................Scrolls through the different
virtual surround sound modes.
≤ SURROUND ON/OFF .....Switches between the last
selected surround mode and
stereo.
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REMOTE CONTROL
English
Remote control usage
Open the battery compartment
of the remote control and insert
2 alkaline batteries, type AA
(R06, UM-3).
Remove batteries if they are flat
or the remote control is not going
to be used for a long time.
MUTE
PHONO
TUNER
CD
CDR/TAPE
TV
VCR
SAT
DVD
Batteries contain chemical substances, so they should
be disposed of properly.
The buttons on the remote control work the same way as the
corresponding ones on the receiver.
Important!
You have to press a source button for longer than 1 second to
switch the sound source on the receiver. Pressing a source
button for less than 1 second will only switch the remote
control to use the commands for the selected product.
2
H
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CINEMA LINK
CABLE BOX
0
ON/OFF
GUIDE
The remote control remains tuned to the selected source until
another source button on the remote control is pressed. This
enables you to operate additional sources (i. e. winding a
tape) without changing the source on the receiver.
OK
MENU
É
A
ATV
NEWS/TA
Ç
CHANNEL/TRACK LOUDNESS SUBW.
ON/
OFF
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REC
CANCEL
AUDIO
DVD
NIGHT
INDEX
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T-C
VIRTUAL SURROUND
DISC
+
FR.D.
MODE
REAR
SURROUND
+
MODE
SUB WOOFER
-
TEST TONE
CHANNEL
6
ON/
OFF
Remote control buttons
H MUTE .....................Mutes the sound of the receiver.
2 ................................Switches the receiver to standby.
PHONO, TUNER, CD,
CDR/TAPE, TV,
VCR, SAT, DVD..............Switches the remote control to the
commands of the different products.
Selects the sources if pressed longer
than 1 second. SAT only works with
digital satellite receivers.
1–0................................Keys in numbers for tracks, stations or
frequencies. Numbers consisting of
two figures must be keyed in within
2 seconds.
CINEMA LINK ON/OFF...Switches the system connection
between the receiver and the TV on
and off.
CABLE BOX ...................Without function.
MENU GUIDE ..............TUNER: Switches the receiver menu
on and off.
DVD, TV: Switches the DVD/TV menu
on and off.
OK .................................Confirms menu options.
Arrow buttons ..............TUNER: Moves in the menus.
Right/left arrows are tuning up/down.
CD, CDR: Left/right arrows are
searching backwards/forwards,
up/down arrows are selecting the
next/previous track.
+A ...........................Increases the receiver volume.
-A ...........................Decreases the receiver volume.
NEWS/TA.................Switches the functions NEWS and
TRAFFIC ANNOUNCEMENT on and off.
TV: Switches teletext on and off.
SAT: Switches the information text on
and off.
ÉATV ......................Increases the TV volume.
CD, CDR, VCR, DVD: Starts playback.
ÇATV ......................Decreases the TV volume.
CD, CDR, VCR, DVD: Stops playback.
í CHANNEL/TRACK ...Selects the previous preset tuner
station.
VCR: Rewinds the tape.
CD, CDR, DVD: Selects the previous
track.
TV: Selects the previous channel.
ë CHANNEL/TRACK ...Selects the next preset tuner station.
VCR: Fast forwards the tape.
CD, CDR, DVD: Selects the next track.
TV: Selects the next channel.
LOUDNESS ...................Switches LOUDNESS on and off.
SUBW. ON/OFF ............Switches the subwoofer on and off.
i
REC, DVD AUDIO..........CDR, VCR: Starts recording.
DVD: Switches audio tracks.
CANCEL, DVD ...........CD, CDR, SAT, VCR: Clears a
program, cancels selections.
DVD: Switches the view angle.
FR.D., DVD Å .............TUNER: Switches to FREQUENCY
DIRECT.
CD, CDR, VCR, DVD: Pauses playback.
INDEX, DVD T-C............VCR: Switches the index search on
and off.
SAT: Switches the themes on and off.
DVD: Switches between title and
chapter.
DISC..............................CD-, CDR-, DVD-Changers:
Switches to the next disc.
NIGHT ...........................Switches NIGHT MODE on and off.
VIRTUAL MODE ............Scrolls through the different virtual
surround sound modes.
SURROUND ON/OFF ....Switches SURROUND SOUND on and off.
+/- SUBWOOFER...Increases/decreases the subwoofer
volume.
+/- REAR ...............Increases/decreases the volume of the
rear speakers. While test tone is on,
the volume of the speakers you are
hearing can be increased/decreased
with these buttons.
SURROUND MODE.......Scrolls through the different surround
modes.
TEST TONE ...................Switches the test tone on and off.
While test tone is on, the volume of
the speakers you are hearing can be
increased/decreased with
+/- REAR.
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English
REMOTE CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL
English
Programming the universal remote control
Once you have found and tested the codes for your various
appliances, you may want to write them down here.
You can identify the universal remote control by the
inscription Multibrand/Universal.
PHONO ..........................................
The universal remote control must be programmed to use the
codes for your appliances of different brands. This is done by
keying in a 4-digit code or by scanning the codes until the
correct one is found. We recommend to using the 4-digit
code. This method is faster and more reliable. The code
scanning method should only be used if you cannot find the
code for one of your appliances. The code table can be found
at the end of the booklet.
TUNER...........................................
CD .................................................
CDR/TAPE .....................................
TV ..................................................
Important!
VCR ...............................................
The buttons of the remote control must be used for
programming, not the buttons of the receiver or other
appliances.
SAT................................................
DVD ...............................................
Programming with the 4-digit code
1 Keep the source button for the appliance which should be
controlled and2 pressed for 3 seconds.
2 Key in the 4-digit code for the appliance (codetable at the
end of the booklet).
Notes: – If more than 4 digits are entered, the remote
control will recognize only the ones keyed in first.
– If you do not key in a code within 30 seconds the
remote control will switch off the programming
function without changing the code.
– To program a new appliance, simply overwrite the
old code by entering a new one.
Scanning the codetable
1 Switch on the appliance which should be controlled.
2 Keep the source button for the appliance which should be
controlled and2 pressed for 3 seconds.
3 Press and release 2 again.
y The remote control sends the codes for channel up or
standby (depending on the selected source) for one
brand after the other.
4 As soon as the appliance reacts – switches to the next
channel or to standby – press 2 to confirm the code.
y The identified code will be used.
• If the set does not react within 2 minutes, the code for this
appliance is not stored in the remote control. The code of
the remote control will remain unchanged.
Note: When taking out the batteries of the remote control for
more than 1 minute the codes must be reprogrammed.
8
Resetting the remote control
1 Keep one of the source buttons and 2 pressed for 3
seconds.
2 Key in the 3-digit code 981.
y The remote control is now reset to all its original Philips
codes.
CONNECTORS
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SAT
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DVD
IN
MON
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IN VCR REC
PLAY
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IN
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AUDIO IN/O SAT
COAX
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VCR
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R≥6Ω
FRONT SPEAKERS
SURROUND SPEAKERS
AUDIO IN/OUT
6 CHANNEL / DVD INPUT
DIGITAL AUDIO IN/OUT
VIDEO IN/OUT
Antenna connectors
Preamplified outputs
System control bus
Mains outlets
(not on all versions)
Mains lead
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Connectors
6.3 mm headphone socket
at the front
Audio and video inputs
at the front (FR 975 only)
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Connectors name
1 PHONES
5 4
3
2
1
Connect to:
A headphone with a 6.3 mm plug.
2 FRONT AV / GAME
Left and right audio out sockets of appliances such as video cameras
and game consoles.
3 FRONT AV / GAME
Video out sockets of appliances such as video cameras and game consoles.
4 R, L
Right and left front speaker.
5 CENTER
Center speaker.
6 R, L
Right and left surround speaker.
8 CDR/TAPE OUT
Input of a CD recorder or a tape deck.
9 CDR/TAPE IN
Output of a CD recorder or a tape deck.
0 CD IN
Output of a CD player.
! SAT IN
Output of a satellite system.
@ VCR OUT
Input of a video recorder.
# VCR IN
Output of a video recorder.
$ TV IN
Output of a TV.
% PHONO IN
Output of a turntable with MM coil.
¡ PHONO GND f
Ground cable of a turntable.
^ 6 CHANNEL / DVD INPUT6 channel output of appliances such as DVD or laserdisc players.
& COAX 1 IN
Coaxial output of digital appliances (default input for source DVD).
* COAX 2 IN
Coaxial output of digital appliances.
( COAX OUT
Coaxial input of digital appliances such as CD recorders or MD recorders.
) OPTICAL IN
Optical output of digital appliances such as DVD players, CD players,
CD recorders or MD players (FR 965 only).
) OPTICAL 1 (2) IN
Optical output of digital appliances such as DVD players, CD players,
CD recorders or MD players (FR 975 only).
™ S-VIDEO
S-Video inputs/outputs of video appliances for better video quality
(FR 975 only).
£ DVD IN
Output of a DVD player.
≤ MON OUT
Input of a monitor (e. g. the TV).
§ VCR IN
Output of a video recorder.
≥ VCR OUT
Input of a video recorder (for recording).
ª SAT IN
Output of a satellite system.
∞ AM LOOP
Frame antenna supplied.
• FM 75 Ω
Wire antenna supplied or exterior antenna.
7 CENTER PRE-OUT
Input of a TV when it is used as the centre speaker (only possible
when the CINEMA LINK system bus is connected).
º SUBWOOFER PRE-OUT Input of a powered subwoofer.
⁄ CINEMA LINK
System control bus sockets of a Philips TV with CINEMA LINK.
¤ AC OUTLET
Supplies same voltage as mains. Up to 100 W total permitted load.
‹
After all other connections have been made, connect the
mains lead to the wall socket.
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CONNECTIONS
English
Analogue audio connections
There are analogue and digital connectors available on some
appliances. If possible use the digital connection; usually this
will result in better sound quality. See “Reassigning a source
selection” on how to use the digital connectors of the
receiver.
Because of a different kind of output signal, the use of Dolby
Digital Laserdisc requires an optional AC-3 RF demodulator.
POWERED
SUBWOOFER
MONITOR / TV
AUDIO
OUT
ANTENNA
PHONO GND.
FM 75 Ω
AM LOOP
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN/OUT
OPTICAL 2
IN
DVD
VIDEO IN/OUT
S-VIDEO
MON
VCR
FRONT
SPEAKERS
VCR
EACH SPEAKER ≥ 6 Ω
SAT
CINEMA
LINK
OPTICAL 1
IN
IN
6 CHANNEL /
DVD INPUT
CENTER
OUT
SUBWOOFER
SUBW.
DVD
IN
MON
OUT
IN
OUT
PLAY VCR REC
PHONO
TV
VCR
SAT
IN
PRE-OUT
CENTER
R
CAUTION
L
COAX
OUT
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
COAX 2
IN
SURR.
FRONT
AUDIO IN/OUT
SAT
CD
CENTER
PRE-OUT
CDR/TAPE
AVIS
SURROUND
SPEAKERS
R
IN
IN
IN
PLAY
OUT
REC
IN
IN
PLAY
IN
R
OUT
REC
TURNTABLE
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE
NE PAS OUVRIR
Designed and developed by Philips in the European
Community.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
”DOLBY“, ”DOLBY DIGITAL“, ”PRO LOGIC“ and the
double-D Symbol
are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Works.
©1992–1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved.
Manufactured under license from Digital Theater
Systems. Inc. US Pat. No. 5,451,942 and other worldwide patents issued and pending. ”DTS“ and ”DTS
Digital Surround“ are trademarks of Digital Theater
Systems, Inc. Copyright 1996 Digital Theater Systems,
Inc. All Rights Reserved.
L
COAX 1
IN
L
EACH SPEAKER ≥ 6 Ω
CD RECORDER
IN
OUT
VCR
AUDIO OUT
CD PLAYER
AUDIO IN
SAT RECEIVER
Digital audio connections
CD RECORDER
ANTENNA
PHONO GND.
FM 75 Ω
AM LOOP
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN/OUT
OPTICAL 2
IN
CD PLAYER
DVD
VIDEO IN/OUT
S-VIDEO
MON
VCR
FRONT
SPEAKERS
VCR
EACH SPEAKER ≥ 6 Ω
SAT
CINEMA
LINK
OPTICAL 1
IN
IN
6 CHANNEL /
DVD INPUT
CENTER
SUBW.
OUT
SUBWOOFER
DVD
IN
MON
OUT
IN
OUT
PLAY VCR REC
SAT
IN
PRE-OUT
CENTER
R
CAUTION
L
COAX
OUT
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
COAX 2
IN
SURR.
FRONT
PHONO
AUDIO IN/OUT
VCR
SAT
TV
CD
CDR/TAPE
CENTER
PRE-OUT
SURROUND
SPEAKERS
L
COAX 1
IN
R
IN
DVD PLAYER
10
IN
IN
PLAY
OUT
REC
IN
IN
IN
PLAY
OUT
REC
R
L
EACH SPEAKER ≥ 6 Ω
AVIS
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE
NE PAS OUVRIR
Designed and developed by Philips in the European
Community.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
”DOLBY“, ”DOLBY DIGITAL“, ”PRO LOGIC“ and the
double-D Symbol 2 are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Works.
©1992–1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved.
Manufactured under license from Digital Theater
Systems. Inc. US Pat. No. 5,451,942 and other worldwide patents issued and pending. ”DTS“ and ”DTS
Digital Surround“ are trademarks of Digital Theater
Systems, Inc. Copyright 1996 Digital Theater Systems,
Inc. All Rights Reserved.
System control bus, CINEMA LINK
If the receiver and your Philips TV (or even better in addition
a Philips VCR or DVD player) with Cinemalink are connected
with the CINEMA LINK system bus control, some extra
system benefits are offered:
– Upon starting a source, the system will automatically
switch to that input.
– You may control the system via the TV screen. Depending
on the language of the TV, this can be done in your
preferred language.
– The TV can function as the center speaker of your system,
making a separate center speaker unnecessary. (The
cable A has to be purchased separately.)
– By pressing the standby button on the remote control, you
can switch the complete system to standby.
TV
EXT 1
EXT 2
EXT 3
TV
AUX
DVD PLAYER
DIGITAL
OUT
optional
A (TV = CENTER)
ANTENNA
PHONO GND.
FM 75 Ω
AM LOOP
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN/OUT
OPTICAL 2
IN
VCR
VIDEO IN/OUT
S-VIDEO
MON
VCR
DVD
FRONT
SPEAKERS
VCR
EACH SPEAKER ≥ 6 Ω
SAT
CINEMA
LINK
OPTICAL 1
IN
IN
6 CHANNEL /
DVD INPUT
CENTER
SUBW.
OUT
SUBWOOFER
DVD
IN
MON
OUT
IN
OUT
PLAY VCR REC
PHONO
TV
VCR
SAT
IN
PRE-OUT
CENTER
R
CAUTION
L
COAX
OUT
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
COAX 2
IN
SURR.
FRONT
AUDIO IN/OUT
SAT
CENTER
PRE-OUT
CDR/TAPE
CD
AVIS
SURROUND
SPEAKERS
R
IN
IN
IN
PLAY
IN
OUT
REC
IN
PLAY
IN
R
OUT
REC
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE
NE PAS OUVRIR
Designed and developed by Philips in the European
Community.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
”DOLBY“, ”DOLBY DIGITAL“, ”PRO LOGIC“ and the
double-D Symbol
are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Works.
©1992–1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved.
Manufactured under license from Digital Theater
Systems. Inc. US Pat. No. 5,451,942 and other worldwide patents issued and pending. ”DTS“ and ”DTS
Digital Surround“ are trademarks of Digital Theater
Systems, Inc. Copyright 1996 Digital Theater Systems,
Inc. All Rights Reserved.
L
COAX 1
IN
L
EACH SPEAKER ≥ 6 Ω
CINEMA LINK
TO TV IN
TO VCR IN
Video connections
MONITOR / TV
DVD PLAYER
ANTENNA
PHONO GND.
FM 75 Ω
AM LOOP
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN/OUT
OPTICAL 2
IN
DVD
VIDEO IN/OUT
S-VIDEO
MON
VCR
FRONT
SPEAKERS
VCR
EACH SPEAKER ≥ 6 Ω
SAT
CINEMA
LINK
OPTICAL 1
IN
IN
6 CHANNEL /
DVD INPUT
CENTER
SUBW.
OUT
SUBWOOFER
DVD
IN
MON
OUT
IN
OUT
PLAY VCR REC
PHONO
TV
VCR
SAT
IN
PRE-OUT
CENTER
R
CAUTION
L
COAX
OUT
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
COAX 2
IN
SURR.
FRONT
AUDIO IN/OUT
SAT
CD
CDR/TAPE
CENTER
PRE-OUT
SURROUND
SPEAKERS
L
COAX 1
IN
R
IN
IN
IN
PLAY
OUT
REC
IN
IN
IN
PLAY
OUT
REC
R
L
EACH SPEAKER ≥ 6 Ω
AVIS
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE
NE PAS OUVRIR
Designed and developed by Philips in the European
Community.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
”DOLBY“, ”DOLBY DIGITAL“, ”PRO LOGIC“ and the
double-D Symbol
are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Works.
©1992–1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved.
Manufactured under license from Digital Theater
Systems. Inc. US Pat. No. 5,451,942 and other worldwide patents issued and pending. ”DTS“ and ”DTS
Digital Surround“ are trademarks of Digital Theater
Systems, Inc. Copyright 1996 Digital Theater Systems,
Inc. All Rights Reserved.
VCR
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO IN
SAT RECEIVER
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English
CONNECTIONS
CONNECTIONS
English
Mains
Antenna connections
The type plate is located on the rear of the receiver.
AM (MW) antenna
The loop antenna supplied is for indoor use only. Position the
antenna as far away as possible from the receiver, the TV, the
cables, a DVD player, a VCR and other radiation sources.
1 Check whether the mains voltage as shown on the type
plate corresponds to your local mains voltage. If it does not,
consult your dealer or service organization.
1 Fit the plug of the frame antenna to AM LOOP as shown
below.
2 Connect the mains cable to the wall socket.
To disconnect the set from the mains completely, remove the
mains plug from the wall socket.
2 Turn the antenna for optimum reception.
For users in the U. K.: please follow the instructions on
page 2.
Speaker connections
ANTENN
AM LOO
Some of the speaker connections on the receiver are screw
connectors and some are click-fit connectors. Use them as
shown below.
7m
m
A
P
FM antenna
The wire antenna supplied can only be used to receive nearby
stations. For better reception we recommend using a cable
antenna system or an outdoor antenna.
1 Fit the supplied wire antenna to FM 75 Ω as shown below.
1
2
3
2 Move the antenna in different positions for optimum
reception.
• If you are using a cable antenna system or an outdoor
antenna, fit the antenna plug to FM 75 Ω instead of the
wire antenna.
m
8m
1
2
3
FM 75 Ω
FM 75 Ω
1 Always connect the coloured (or marked) wire to the
coloured terminal and the black (or unmarked) wire to the
black terminal.
2 Connect:
– Left front speaker to L (red and black)
– Right front speaker to R (red and black)
– Center speaker to CENTER (blue and black)
– Left surround speaker to SURROUND L (grey and black)
– Right surround speaker to SURROUND R (grey and black)
• To remove the FRONT AV / GAME cap, press on the right
side of the cap.
TV as the center speaker
• Insert the cap from below to close the compartment.
You may use your Philips TV with CINEMA LINK as the center
speaker. For TVs with a scart connector an additional audio
cinch-to-scart cable is needed. For TV’s with cinch connectors
additional cinch cables are needed. These cables must be
connected to the blue CENTER PRE-OUT connector on the
back. Look into the instruction manual of your TV on how to
use it as the center speaker.
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FRONT AV / GAME cap (FR 975 only)
PHONES
PHONES
T AV
FRON
E
/ GAM
FRONT
AV / GA
ME
NT
CENTER
FR
ON
T
SU
BW
OO
FE
R
FRO
LEFT
SURROUND
(REAR)
LEFT
RIGHT
RIGHT
SURROUND
(REAR)
Positioning of the speakers
General hints for positioning
Avoid positioning the speakers in a corner or on the floor as
this will boost the bass tones too much. Placing the speakers
behind curtains, furniture, etc. will reduce the treble
response. The listener should always be able to ”see” the
speakers.
Each room has different acoustic characteristics and the
positioning possibilities are often limited. You can find the
best position for your speakers by referring to the picture
above.
As a minimum we recommend 5 speakers (2 front, a center,
2 surround) for good surround sound. It is possible to
reproduce some kind of surround sound with fewer speakers.
This is done by redirecting the signals which are foreseen for
the missing speakers to the existing ones. See “Menus” on
how to set up the receiver correctly for the number and size
of the speakers used.
Positioning the front speakers
The front speakers should be placed right and left in front of
the listening position like usual stereo speakers.
Positioning the center speaker
The center speaker should be placed in the center between
the two front speakers, e. g. underneath or on top of the TV.
The best height for the center speaker is the height of the
listener’s ears (while seated).
Positioning the surround speakers
The surround speakers should face each other and be in line
with, or slightly behind the listener.
Positioning the subwoofer
A subwoofer can be used to enhance the bass performance of
your system dramatically. The subwoofer can be positioned
anywhere in the room, because it is not possible to locate the
source of deep tones. Nevertheless, you should not place the
subwoofer in the middle of a room, since the bass could be
severely weakened. Do not place any object on the
subwoofer.
Speaker setup and testing
The relative volume of the speakers must be adjusted for
optimal surround sound. You should be at your usual listening
position when adjusting the speaker volume. See “Receiver
menus” on how to set up the receiver for the used speakers.
Ideally, the volume in the listening position should be the
same from all speakers.
1 Press POWER / STANDBY to switch on the receiver.
2 Press TEST TONE on the remote control.
y A test tone coming from the different speakers, except
the subwoofer, is heard.
3 Press +/- REAR on the remote control to
increase/decrease the volume of the actual speaker. The
best result is achieved when all speakers have equal
volume in the listening position.
4 Press TEST TONE on the remote control.
y The test tone stops.
Note: If you are not completely satisfied with the volume
settings, we recommend making minor adjustments to
them during surround sound playback.
Power handling
If the receiver is used at very high power it can produce
distortions which may seriously damage your speakers. If
distortions occur, reduce the volume and the tone controls to
a level where the sound is acceptable again.
To avoid overheating of the set a safety circuit has
been built in. Therefore your set may disconnect under
extreme conditions. If this happens, switch the set off
and let it cool down before reusing it.
Headphones
Connecting headphones to PHONES will switch off the
speakers. The receiver switches to STEREO and surround
sound will be reduced to a stereo signal which is reproducible
by standard headphones.
Disconnecting the headphones switches on the speakers
again. If you wish to enjoy surround sound again, switch the
receiver back to surround sound.
Maintenance
Clean the receiver with a soft,
slightly dampened, lint-free cloth. Do
not use any cleaning agents as they
may have a corrosive effect.
Do not expose the receiver to
humidity, rain, sand or excessive heat
(caused by heating equipment or
direct sunlight).
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English
SYSTEM SETUP
DISPLAY
Status lights
English
Display
The display of the receiver is divided into 4 sections, which
are to be used for the following:
Speaker diagram
Signs showing you various settings and information about the
status of the receiver.
PRESET ......................Tuner
is tuned to a preset radio station.
is switched to high sensitivity.
SENS LO ..................Tuner is switched to low sensitivity.
C I N E M A L I N K O N ......CINEMA LINK is active
STEREO ......................An FM station is being received in stereo.
R.............................An RDS station is being received.
EON ...........................An RDS station with EON is being
received.
HALL..........................HALL effect is on.
TA .............................RDS traffic announcement is on
NEWS ........................RDS news announcement is on
ANA ..........................Analogue input is being used for the
playing source.
N I G H T .......................NIGHT MODE is on.
COAX 1 ......................Coaxial digital input COAX 1 is being
used for the playing source.
COAX 2 .....................Coaxial digital input COAX 2 is being
used for the playing source.
D O W N M I X .................Incoming multi channel signals are being
reduced to fewer output signals
(depending on the number of speakers).
OPT ...........................Optical digital input OPTICAL IN is being
used for the playing source (FR 965 only).
OPT 1 ........................Optical digital input OPTICAL 1 IN is
being used for the playing source
(FR 975 only).
OPT 2 .......................Optical digital input OPTICAL 2 IN is
being used for the playing source
(FR 975 only).
LOUDNESS .................LOUDNESS is switched on.
SENS HI .....................Tuner
A rectangle with a letter in it shows that a speaker has been
selected in the setup menu. However, the subwoofer indicator
will only light when a subwoofer signal is available. If only a
letter is shown, this speaker is not used and its sound is
reproduced by the other speakers.
.......virtual surround sound
sound is reproduced
DIGITAL SURROUND ....digital surround sound is reproduced
L, R ...........................front left and right speaker
C ...............................center speaker
SL, SR .......................surround speakers
SW ............................subwoofer
SURROUND.................surround
Menu indication
These signs show you if the menu is on or off and indicate in
which direction you may move.
M E N U .......................menu
is on
1..............................You may move backwards to the previous
menu topic using 1 PREV. / EXIT (“left”
key on the remote control).
3 .............................You may move up in an option list using
X MENU NAVIGATOR (“up” key on the
remote control).
4 .............................You may move down in an option list
using X MENU NAVIGATOR (“down” key
on the remote control).
2..............................You may move forward to the next menu
topic using NEXT 2 (“right” key on the
remote control).
O K.............................You may confirm the displayed value.
ON/OFF
0
GUIDE
OK
MENU
É
A
ATV
NEWS/TA
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Ç
Information area
This area is used for feedback of the receiver, tuner
frequencies, menu options, values and scrolling text
messages.
MENUS
The receiver is equipped with a menu system. The menu is
used for the setup of the receiver. The different menu options
are related to each other in a logical way. Let’s assume you
have no center speaker connected, and therefore switched
CENTER SPEAKR to NO. If you try to use VOL CENTER,
a message will be scrolled that this is not possible
(INSTALL CENTER SPEAKER).
The menu always works the same way. Arrows in the display
show you the possible moving directions.
1 Press SETUP MENU.
y MENU, and * EFFECTS is displayed.
• You can exit the menu at any time by pressing
SETUP MENU.
2 Turn X MENU NAVIGATOR until the desired option (or a
value) is displayed.
3 Press NEXT 2 to choose the displayed option (or
ENTER / OK to confirm a value).
• You can leave any option (values remain unchanged) by
pressing 1 PREV. / EXIT.
Menu structure
* EFFECTS
Switches sound effects.
VIRT SURR
virtual surround: 0…100 %
* VOL BALANCE
Adjusts the relative volume balance between the
connected speakers.
TEST TONE
Test tone: on/off
VOL FRONT-L
Volume front left speaker: –50…+50
VOL FRONT-R
Volume front right speaker: –50…+50
VOL CENTER
Volume center speaker: –50…+50
VOL REAR-L
Volume rear left speaker: –50…+50
VOL REAR-R
Volume rear right speaker: –50…+50
VOL SUBWOOFER
Volume subwoofer: –50…+50
Note: When using the 6 CHANNEL / DVD INPUT the values
below cannot be changed.
English
Receiver menu
* SPEAKR SETUP
Selects the used speakers.
SUBW PRESENT
Subwoofer present: yes/no
CENTER SPEAKR
Center speaker present: yes/no
REAR SPEAKER
Rear speakers present: yes/no
* SPEAKR SIZES
Chooses the speaker sizes of the used speakers, for
optimal sound reproduction. LARGE indicates a speaker
which can reproduce frequencies lower than 50 Hz. If
SUBW PRESENT is set to NO, FRONT SIZE can only
be set to LARGE. If FRONT SIZE is set to SMALL,
CENTER SIZE can only be set to SMALL and
consequently a subwoofer must be connected.
FRONT SIZE
Left and right front speakers: small/large
CENTER SIZE
Center speaker: small/large
REAR SIZE
Rear speakers: small/large
* SPK DISTANCE
Distance between the usual listening position and the
speakers. This defines the delay time for the surround sound.
DISTANCE L/ R
Distance to front speakers: 1…10 m
DISTANCE CNTR
Distance to center speaker: 1…10 m
DISTANCE REAR
Distance to rear speakers: 1…10 m
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MENUS
English
* SELECT INPUT
Assigns the audio input connectors to the different source
selections chosen with SOURCE SELECTOR (see “SOURCE
SELECTION” for details).
COAX1
Digital coaxial input 1, COAX 1 IN
COAX2
Digital coaxial input 2, COAX 2 IN
OPT (FR 965 only)
Digital optical input, OPTICAL IN
OPT 1 (FR 975 only)
Digital optical input, OPTICAL 1 IN
OPT 2 (FR 975 only)
Digital optical input, OPTICAL 2 IN
SAT IN
Analogue audio input SAT IN
VCR IN
Analogue audio input VCR IN
TV IN
Analogue audio input TV IN
CDR IN
Analogue audio input CDR IN
CD IN
Analogue audio input CD IN
6 CH IN
Analogue audio input 6 CHANNEL / DVD INPUT
* TUNER
Setup for preset radio stations (see “TUNER” for details).
AUTO INSTALL
Stores radio stations automatically
MAN INSTALL
Stores radio stations manually
GIVE NAME
Allows to assign names to stored radio stations
RESHUFFLE
Resorts stored radio stations
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TV menu
If the receiver is connected to a Philips CINEMA LINK TV via
the CINEMA LINK system control bus sockets (see
“CONNECTIONS”), you may use the TV to set up the system.
An option called RECEIVER will be added to the TV menu.
If CINEMA LINK is on, adjustments on the receiver will be
shown on the TV screen for a few seconds. Consult the
instruction booklet of your TV on how to use the TV menu.
The options offered may vary by TV model.
Switching the connection
• Press CINEMA LINK to switch the connection between the
receiver and the TV either on or off.
y If the connection is switched on, CINEMA LINK ON is
displayed.
Note: We recommend switching CINEMA LINK off during
recording. This avoids unwanted interruptions due to
switching TV functions.
If CINEMA LINK is switched on and the TV menu is active,
TV MENU is displayed and the menu and sound functions on
the receiver are locked.
SOURCE SELECTOR
When selecting a source by turning SOURCE SELECTOR, the
audio and video inputs with the corresponding name are
activated. The incoming signal is reproduced by all audio and
– if the source includes a video signal – video outputs of the
receiver. It is possible to reassign a source selection to other
than these standard inputs.
Source selected........Connectors used
DVD...............................COAX 1 digital audio input and
DVD IN video input
PHONO..........................PHONO IN audio input
TUNER ..........................The tuner part of the receiver is used,
all inputs are switched off.
CD .................................CD IN audio input
CDR/TAPE .....................CDR/TAPE IN audio input
TV..................................TV IN audio input and
no video input
VCR ...............................VCR IN audio input and
VCR IN video input
SAT ...............................SAT IN audio input and
SAT IN video input
6 CHANNEL / DVD INPUT selection
The 6 CHANNEL / DVD INPUT connectors can be assigned to
any of the available sources (excluding TUNER and PHONO).
The assignment can be done via the * SELECT INPUT
option in the menu. See below for more details.
Reassigning a source selection
If a source is selected with SOURCE SELECTOR the standard
audio input is used. To change this, the source selection must
be reassigned to another audio input.
Example: Reassigning CD from the analogue CD IN audio
input to the digital COAX 2 IN audio input.
1 Choose * SELECT INPUT from the menu and press
NEXT 2.
2 Turn SOURCE SELECTOR to select the source which should
be reassigned (e. g. CD).
y The name of the source is displayed and the light of the
source flashes.
Using one source selection for two or more
appliances
You may assign more than one source to a source selection.
This can be useful when products are connected one after the
other in a chain.
Example: A VCR is connected to the TV but only the TV is
connected to the receiver. Both SOURCE SELECTOR
settings, TV as well as VCR, have to use the TV
input connectors.
1 Choose * SELECT INPUT from the menu and press
NEXT 2.
2 Turn SOURCE SELECTOR to select the source which should
be reassigned (e. g. VCR).
y The name of the source is displayed and the light of the
source flashes.
3 Turn X MENU NAVIGATOR to select the input connectors
which should be used (e. g. VCR -> TV IN).
4 Press ENTER / OK to confirm your selection.
y STORED is displayed briefly.
5 This source selection is now using the chosen audio input (e. g.
VCR uses the TV IN input connectors, VCR <TV IN> is
displayed briefly when switching to VCR).
About 6 CHANNEL / DVD INPUT
The 6 CHANNEL / DVD INPUT can be used to connect a
device with a built-in multichannel decoder (e.g. Dolby Digital,
DTS, etc.) and 6-channel output connector, i. e. a high end
DVD player.
When using the 6 CHANNEL / DVD INPUT audio input, the
receiver works as a multichannel amplifier. The source
reproduces surround sound and sends it to the receiver
divided into the necessary channels. Therefore the
SURROUND ON/OFF, HALL and SURR. MODE button have no
effect since the provided signal is already multichannel.
From a source which is connected to the 6 CHANNEL / DVD
INPUT audio input cannot be recorded.
3 Turn X MENU NAVIGATOR to select the input connectors
which should be used (e. g. CD -> COAX2).
4 Press ENTER / OK to confirm your selection.
y STORED is displayed briefly.
5 This source selection is now using the chosen audio input
(e. g. CD uses the COAX 2 IN input connectors, COAX 2
lights when switching to CD).
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English
SOURCE SELECTION
PLAYBACK, RECORDING
English
Playing a source
Recording from a source
1 Press POWER / STANDBY to switch on the receiver.
If you wish to record from a source you must select it with
SOURCE SELECTOR. The incoming signal is reproduced by all
audio and – if the source includes a video signal – video
outputs of the receiver. The sound settings do not affect the
recording.
2 Turn SOURCE SELECTOR to select a source.
y The name of the source is displayed.
• You can select the FRONT AV / GAME input by pressing
FRONT AV (FR 975 only).
3 Start playback of the source as usual.
Adjusting the sound
• Turn VOLUME to adjust the volume.
y VOLUME and the volume level between 0 and 50 is
displayed.
1 Press BASS or TREBLE.
y BASS or TREBLE and the actual value are displayed
briefly. Then TURN VOLUME KNOB TO CHANGE is
scrolled.
2 Turn VOLUME to adjust the bass or treble.
y BASS or TREBLE and the actual value are displayed.
Note: If VOLUME is not turned within 5 seconds or if any
other control is used, the bass or treble adjustment is
switched off.
1 Turn SOURCE SELECTOR (or press FRONT AV – FR 975 only)
to select the source you want to record from.
y The name of the source is displayed.
2 Prepare the desired recording appliance. It must be
connected to one of the outputs of the receiver.
3 Start recording on the recording appliance.
4 Start the playback of the source as usual.
Notes: – The audio and video signal of VCR IN is not
reproduced by VCR OUT. The same applies to the
audio signal of CDR/TAPE IN to CDR/TAPE OUT.
– We recommend not to use the digital output
COAX OUT of the receiver to record from an
analogue source. Use the analogue output
CDR/TAPE instead.
– From a source which is connected to the
6 CHANNEL / DVD INPUT audio input cannot be
recorded.
• If a subwoofer is connected, press SUBW. ON/OFF to
increase the bass performance.
Recording from the digital output
Note: In case of digital surround sound, a subwoofer signal
will only be available when supported by the source
material.
It is possible to connect a digital recorder to the digital output of
the receiver. In this way, all signals coming from the digital
inputs can be recorded directly on the connected audio recorder.
The receiver will also convert all signals coming from the
analogue inputs to the digital output.
• Press LOUDNESS to switch loudness either on or off.
y LOUDNESS is displayed if loudness is on.
The receiver can be used to record digitally a multichannel
surround sound audio signal (Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG) from,
for example, DVD to CD-R. The receiver will convert the digital
multichannel signal into a stereo signal without loss of relevant
sound information.
Notes: – When recording a Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG signal,
each track must be recorded individually.
– Digital recording is not possible when the digital
source material is copy-protected.
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About surround sound
Switching surround sound
Surround sound gives you a complete new listening sensation.
You will have the feeling of being in the middle of the action,
because sound is coming from everywhere around you. Look
out for TV broadcasts, audio and video tapes and discs with
the 3, 1,
or
marks
which are encoded for multichannel surround sound. You
should prefer Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG Multichannel to get
the best out of your receiver.
With surround sound on, you can switch through the different
surround modes. Note that the possibilities are related to
speaker setup defined in the receivers menu.
The FR 965 and FR 975 are able to reproduce DTS surround
sound. DTS is a premium multichannel surround sound system
available on DVD discs, laserdiscs and audio discs. Consult
your software dealer on the availability of DTS software in
your region.
Notice that DVD discs do not always carry full multichannel
surround. To be sure that a disc is multichannel encoded
consult your dealer.
Most ordinary stereo tapes and discs can be replayed using
surround sound settings with good results. If the reproduction
is distorted in surround mode, switch to normal stereo mode.
The availabilty of the various surround sound modes
described depends on the number of speakers used and the
incoming sound information.
If a digital surround signal is detected, the receiver will scroll
either DOLBY DIGITAL, DTS or MPEG.
1 Press SURROUND ON/OFF to switch on the surround sound.
y The surround mode in use is scrolled.
2 Press SURR. MODE repeatedly to listen to the different
surround modes (if available).
yThe chosen mode and the speakers used are displayed.
If the incoming multichannel signals are reduced to
fewer output signals, DOWNMIX is displayed.
3 Press VIRTUAL MODE as often as necessary to switch
through the virtual surround sound modes:
1 × to activate 3D SURRUOND
2 × to activate MULTI FRONT
3 × to activate MULTI REAR
4 × to activate NATURAL SURROUND
yA light indicates if a virtual surround sound mode is on.
-signs indicate which virtual surround sound mode is
active.
4 Press SURROUND ON/OFF to switch off the surround
sound.
y SURROUND OFF is scrolled.
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English
SURROUND SOUND
SURROUND SOUND
English
Surround sound settings
HALL
The sound reproduction is enhanced and a slight echo is
added. This gives the impression of being in a large room.
Can only be used in stereo mode.
SURROUND
The surround mode enables normal surround sound reproduction
with 4 or 5 speakers. Depending on the source material, Dolby
Surround Pro Logic, Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG is reproduced.
PRO LOGIC, DOLBY DIGITAL, DTS, MPEG
In addition to SURROUND, the surround mode used –
depending on the source material – will be displayed. In case
of digital surround, the sound format AC-3 (for Dolby Digital),
DTS or MPEG (for MPEG 2 Multichannel) will be displayed,
followed by the sound channels, available on the source (e. g.
DVD).
Example: AC-3 3/2.1 Dolby Digital, 3 front channels,
2 surround channels and a subwoofer
channel.
MPEG 2/0.0 MPEG Multichannel, stereo sound only.
AC-3 3/1.0 Dolby Digital, 3 front channels,
1 (mono) surround channel without
subwoofer signal.
DTS 3/2.1 DTS, 3 front channels, 2 surround
channels and a subwoofer channel.
FRONT-3 STEREO
The surround sound is muted. 3 Stereo lets you listen to
surround sound without using the surround speakers.
STEREO
All sound is reproduced and played through the front left and
right speakers. This enables standard stereo reproduction.
Virtual Surround
Your receiver is able to reproduce one or more forms of virtual
surround sound. Virtual surround gives a more real life sound
impression by creating phantom speakers in addition to or
instead of real speakers. The position of the listener
influences the surround effect. The area where the effect is
best is shown in grey.
NT
FRO
LEFT
CENTER
FR
ON
T
RIGHT
The level of virtual surround sound effect can be adjusted in
the setup menu. The following surround sound modes are
available:
3D SURROUND
No rear speakers are needed. The sound of the rear channel
is simulated by the front speakers. Surround sound is
simulated through the front left, right and center speakers.
MULTI FRONT
Phantom speakers are created next to the left and right front
speaker.
MULTI REAR
Phantom speakers are created next to the left and right rear
speaker.
NATURAL SURROUND
Phantom speakers are created next to the left and right front
and rear speakers.
Note: The availability of MULTI FRONT and
MULTI REAR depends on the sound channels on the
source material.
NIGHT MODE (only on the remote control)
The loud parts of the sound are lowered and the soft
passages are raised. You can enjoy surround sound without
disturbing sleeping children or neighbours. Night mode only
works with Dolby Digital and MPEG, and only if supported by
the source material.
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Tuning to radio stations
Storing radio stations
You can search for radio stations by scanning the frequency
band. You can also key in the frequency of a known radio
station. If an FM station is being broadcast and received in
stereo, STEREO is shown.
You may store up to 30 radio stations in the memory. The
receiver can select and program radio stations by itself or you
can choose them yourself.
Searching for radio stations
1 Turn SOURCE SELECTOR to select the tuner.
y TUNER is displayed.
2 Select a waveband by pressing TUNER AM/FM repeatedly.
y The selected waveband is displayed.
3 Keep 1 or 2 pressed for approximately 1 second.
y SEARCH is displayed and the tuner tunes to a station
with sufficient strength.
4 Repeat this procedure until you find the desired station.
Automatic programming
1 Choose * TUNER from the menu and press NEXT 2.
2 Choose AUTO INSTALL and press NEXT 2.
y The preset number where programming will start, the
waveband and AUTO are displayed.
3 Turn TUNER PRESET X to change the preset number where
programming should start.
4 Use TUNER AM/FM to switch to the desired waveband.
• To fine tune to a weak transmitter, briefly press 1 or 2 as
often as necessary for optimum reception.
5 Press ENTER / OK to start programming.
y AUTO INSTALL flashes and all available radio
stations are programmed, this may take a few minutes.
Programming is done when AUTO INSTALL stops
flashing.
Tuning to a radio station by frequency (with the remote
control only)
1 Press TUNER.
y TUNER is displayed.
Manual programming
1 Choose * TUNER from the menu and press NEXT 2.
2 Press FR. D..
y _ is displayed.
3 Use 1–0 to key in the frequency of a radio station.
Note: Only valid numbers within the frequency range of the
tuner can be keyed in.
Switching FM sensitivity
2 Choose MAN INSTALL and press NEXT 2.
y A preset number, the waveband and the frequency are
displayed.
3 Turn TUNER PRESET X to change to the preset number
where the radio station should be stored.
4 Tune to the desired radio station (see “Searching for radio
stations”).
You can switch the tuner to a lower search sensitivity, to
search only for stations with a strong signal (FM only).
5 Press ENTER / OK to confirm your selection.
y STORED is displayed briefly. The radio station is
programmed at the chosen preset number.
1 Turn SOURCE SELECTOR to select the tuner.
y TUNER is displayed.
6 Select and store all desired radio stations this way.
2 Press SENS. on the receiver.
y Either SENS HI or SENS LO is displayed for 5 seconds.
Note: While searching for radio stations, the actual sensitivity
is displayed. In this case, SENS LO means the tuner is
only looking for radio stations with a strong signal.
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TUNER
TUNER
English
Tuning to stored radio stations
Naming radio stations
1 Turn SOURCE SELECTOR to TUNER to select the tuner.
y TUNER is displayed.
It is possible to assign a name to any of the preset radio
stations. RDS station names also can be overwritten.
2 Turn TUNER PRESET X to select a preset radio station.
y PRESET, the preset number and station are displayed.
1 Choose * TUNER from the menu and press NEXT 2.
Resorting stored radio stations
After programming radio stations, you might want to change
their sequence. RESHUFFLE allows you to exchange the
positions of presets.
1 Choose * TUNER from the menu and press NEXT 2.
2 Choose RESHUFFLE and press NEXT 2.
y PRESET, a preset number and station are displayed.
3 Turn TUNER PRESET X to select a preset station.
4 Press ENTER / OK to confirm the selection.
y The selected preset number SWAP <-> and a second
preset number are displayed.
5 Turn TUNER PRESET X to select the other preset station.
6 Press ENTER / OK to confirm the exchange.
y RESHUFFLED is displayed briefly and these two
preset numbers are swapped.
2 Choose GIVE NAME and press NEXT 2.
y A preset radio station is displayed.
3 Turn TUNER PRESET X to select the preset to be renamed.
4 Press ENTER / OK to confirm your selection.
yThe existing name or ________ is displayed.
5 Turn TUNER PRESET X to select a letter and NEXT 2 or
1 PREV. to move to the next or previous position.
6 After you have entered the entire name, press ENTER / OK
to confirm.
y STORED is displayed and the name is stored.
Note: If you want to use the transmitted RDS station name
again, simply clear the given name.
Clearing station names
1 Use the menu option * TUNER, choose GIVE NAME.
y A preset radio station is displayed.
2 Turn X MENU NAVIGATOR to select the name to be
cleared.
3 Press ENTER / OK to confirm your selection.
4 Press 1 PREV. while the first letter is flashing.
y CL is flashing to the left of the station name.
5 Press ENTER / OK to clear the station name.
Or, if you have changed your mind,
press 1 PREV. to leave the station name as it is.
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RDS R
RDS News and Traffic Announcement
Radio Data System is a service that allows FM stations to
send additional information. If you are receiving an RDS
station, R and the station name are displayed.
It is possible to set up the tuner in such a way that any
playback is interrupted by news or traffic information of a
chosen RDS station. Announcement functions only work if the
necessary RDS signals are being broadcast.
Switching through different RDS information
• Press RADIO TEXT on the receiver repeatedly to switch
through the following information (if available):
– Radio text messages
– RDS clock
– Frequency
– Station name
Note: The time signal broadcasted from certain RDS stations
may not always be accurate.
If RDS stations are also carrying an EON signal (Enhanced
Other Networks), EON is displayed. This signal enables the
tuner to search not only the chosen RDS station, but the
whole EON station network for news and traffic information.
1 Tune to the desired RDS station.
2 Press NEWS/TA:
Once to display NEWS, this switches on the news
announcement function.
Twice to display TA, this switches on the traffic
announcement function.
Three times to display TA and NEWS, this switches on both
announcement functions.
3 Select and play any other source as usual.
y While news or traffic information is being broadcast
the receiver will switch to tuner and NEWS or TA will
flash.
4 Press NEWS/TA until the display indication disappears to
switch off the function(s).
or
Press NEWS/TA during an announcement to switch off the
function(s).
Note: Be sure to switch the news and traffic announcement
off during recording, otherwise these announcements
also will be recorded.
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TUNER
TECHNICAL DATA
English
Receiver
Subject to modification without notice.
General
Power consumption (FR 965) ...........................................210 W
Power consumption (FR 975) ...........................................255 W
Standby power consumption ............................................< 2 W
Dimensions, w × h × d ............................435 × 135 × 350 mm
Weight (FR 965) ................................................................8.6 kg
Weight (FR 975) ................................................................9.4 kg
Amplifier part (0.7 % THD, 6 Ω, 1 kHz)
Output power, stereo mode (FR 965) (DIN).................2 × 60 W
Output power, surround mode (FR 965)
Front ......................................................................2 × 60 W
Center ..........................................................................60 W
Surround................................................................2 × 60 W
Output power, stereo mode (FR 975) (DIN)...............2 × 100 W
Output power, surround mode (FR 975)
Front ....................................................................2 × 100 W
Center ........................................................................100 W
Surround..............................................................2 × 100 W
Bass ..................................................................±9 dB at 100 Hz
Treble ................................................................±9 dB at 10 kHz
Loudness ....+6 dB at 100 Hz (-30 dB); +3 dB at 10 kHz (-30 dB)
Total harmonic distortion.........................0.05 % at 1 kHz, 5 W
Frequency response ..................................20–20,000 Hz, ±1 dB
S/N ratio ........................................................................≥ 82 dB
Stereo separation (1 kHz) ..............................................≥ 45 dB
Crosstalk (1 kHz) ...........................................................≤ -65 dB
Inputs
Linear inputs .......................................................250 mV/47 kΩ
6 CH ....................................................................250 mV/40 kΩ
Front AV (FR 975 only) ........................................250 mV/22 kΩ
Phono ......................................................................5 mV/47 kΩ
Digital coaxial ..............................................75 Ω acc. IEC 958
Digital optical ..................................................................Toslink
Digital sampling frequency
(FR 965 only)........................................32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Digital sampling frequency
(FR 975 only)...........................32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 96 kHz
Outputs
Power supply AC outlets (switched) ...........totally max. 100 W
Linear outputs.......................................................250 mV/1 kΩ
Digital coaxial ..............................................75 Ω acc. IEC 958
Digital output sampling frequencies
Analogue in .........................................................out 48 kHz
Digital in 32 kHz ..................................................out 32 kHz
Digital in 44.1 kHz ............................................out 44.1 kHz
Digital in 48 kHz ..................................................out 48 kHz
Digital in 96 kHz (FR 975 only)............................out 48 kHz
Subwoofer pre-out....................................................0.8 V/1 kΩ
Center pre-out...........................................................0.8 V/1 kΩ
Headphones....................................8–600 Ω (3 V e.m.f., 60 Ω)
Speakers ...........................................................................≥ 6 Ω
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Tuner part
Wave range
FM..............................................................87.5–108.0 MHz
MW...............................................................531–1,602 kHz
LW....................................................................153–279 kHz
Sensitivity
Stereo FM ..................................................................41 dBf
Mono FM....................................................................15 dBf
Total harmonic distortion
Stereo FM ...................................................................0.3 %
Mono FM...................................................................0.85 %
Frequency response ...................................63–12,500 Hz ±1 dB
S/N ratio
Stereo FM....................................................................55 dB
Mono FM.....................................................................60 dB
Channel separation .............................................35 dB at 1 kHz
WARNING
Under no circumstances should you try to repair the
set yourself as this will invalidate the guarantee. Do
not open the set as there is a risk of electric shock.
If a fault occurs, first check the points listed, before taking
the set for repair.
If you are unable to solve a problem by following these hints,
consult your dealer or service centre.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
No sound
VOLUME is not correctly adjusted.
Adjust the VOLUME.
Headphones are connected.
Disconnect headphones.
The wrong source is selected.
Turn SOURCE SELECTOR to select the correct
source.
One speaker is wrongly connected.
Connect the speaker properly.
A speaker cable is damaged.
Replace the cable.
Volume balance in the receiver menu is
wrongly adjusted.
Adjust VOL FRONT-L and VOL FRONT-R
in the receiver menu.
No sound on the
left or right side
Poor sound or no sound at SURROUND mode is not switched on.
the center or surround
speakers
Surround and/or center speakers are not
(properly) connected.
Press SURROUND ON/OFF to switch on the
surround sound.
Connect the speakers properly.
Surround and/or center speakers are switched Set speaker present to YES.
off in the SPEAKR SETUP menu.
A speaker cable is damaged.
Replace the cable.
Poor bass sound
Speakers are not in phase.
Connect the coloured (or marked) wires to the
coloured terminals and the black (or unmarked)
wires to the black terminals.
Bad sound
Badly matching setting for the given type of
music or sound.
Correct the sound settings on the receiver.
Surround sound level is
too low or too high
The level of the surround sound is not
properly adjusted.
Adjust the level of the surround sound on
the receiver.
Center sound level is too
low or too high
The sound level of the center channel is not
properly adjusted.
Adjust the level of the center channel
on the receiver.
Only center speaker is
heard in Dolby Surround
Pro Logic
A mono signal is reproduced.
Choose a different sound source or switch off
surround sound.
Bad radio reception,
automatic programming
does not work properly
Receiver or antenna is positioned near a
radiation source such as a TV, CD player,
CD recorder, DVD player, etc.
Change the position of the interfering unit
or try to switch it off.
No digital recording
The sampling frequency is not accepted by
possible via digital output the digital recorder.
Make sure the digital recorder can handle
sampling frequencies between 32 kHz and 48 kHz
or make the recording via analogue output.
Whole recording appears The DVD player does not provide track
as one track when
information.
recording from DVD disc
Record each track individually or use the
“manual track increment” feature on the recorder.
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Français
Español
Deutsch
Nederlands
Italiano
ABC...............................0030, 0035, 0038, 0040, 0028, 0034,
0041, 0044
Allegro ..........................0180, 0342
Antronix ........................0049, 0234
Archer ...........................0049, 0180, 0234, 0824
Belcor............................0083
Bell & Howell ...............0041
Cable Star.....................0083
Cabletenna ...................0049
Cableview.....................0049
Century .........................0180
Citizen...........................0180, 0342
Colour Voice .................0052, 0058
Comtronics....................0067
Contec...........................0046
Digi ...............................0664
Eastern..........................0029
Emerson........................0824
Everquest......................0042, 0067
Focus.............................0427
France Telecom.............0923
GC Electronics ..............0083, 0234
Garrard..........................0180
Gemini ..........................0269, 0042
General Instrument ......0303, 0503, 0038, 0837
GoldStar........................0067, 0171
Goodmind .....................0824
Hamlin ..........................0047, 0036, 0286, 0061
Hitachi ..........................0038
Hytex.............................0034
Jasco ............................0042, 0180, 0342
Jerrold ..........................0030, 0039, 0303, 0038, 0041, 0042,
0051, 0503, 0837
Linsay............................0467
Magnavox.....................0054, 0041
Memorex ......................0027
Movie Time...................0090, 0183
NAP...............................0034
NSC...............................0183, 0090
Novaplex.......................0645
Oak................................0046, 0034
Optimus ........................0048
Panasonic .....................0048, 0134, 0027
Panther .........................0664
Paragon.........................0027
Philips ...........................0052, 0058, 0269, 0317, 0054, 0180
Pioneer..........................0171, 0050, 0560
Popular Mechanics.......0427
Proscan .........................0048
Pulsar............................0027
Quasar ..........................0027
RCA...............................0048
Radio Shack..................0824, 0042, 0342, 0910
Realistic........................0234
Recoton.........................0427
Regal.............................0286, 0047
Regency ........................0029
Rembrandt ....................0038
Runco............................0027
SL Marx ........................0067
136
Samsung.......................0067, 0171
Scientific Atlanta .........0035, 0044, 0504
Seam.............................0537
Signal............................0042, 0067
Signature ......................0038
Sprucer .........................0048
Starcom ........................0030, 0042
Stargate........................0067, 0042, 0824
Starquest ......................0042
Sylvania ........................0028
TFC................................0337
TV86..............................0090
Tandy ............................0285
TeleCaption...................0248
Teleview .......................0067
Texscan.........................0028
Timeless........................0445
Tocom ...........................0039, 0040
Toshiba .........................0027
Tusa ..............................0042
Unika.............................0234, 0180, 0049
United Artists ...............0034
Universal.......................0234, 0049, 0083, 0218, 0180
Viewstar .......................0285, 0054, 0090
Westminster.................0132
Zenith............................0027, 0552, 0081, 0035, 0042, 0234
Zentek...........................0427
CD
ADC...............................0045
Adcom...........................0261, 0182
Aiwa .............................0151, 0039, 0184
Akai...............................0183
Anthem .........................0924
Audio Alchemy .............0221
Audio-Technica.............0197
BSR ...............................0272, 0221
Burmester .....................0447
California Audio Lab.....0056
Carrera..........................0221
Carver ...........................0184, 0206, 0464
Craig .............................0642
Crown ...........................0149
Curtis Mathes...............0056
DAK...............................0272
DBX...............................0281
DKK...............................0027
Denon ...........................0030, 0061, 0900
Emerson........................0182, 0191, 0332, 0496
Fisher ............................0115, 0206, 0201, 0369
GE .................................0036
Garrard..........................0307, 0272, 0420, 0447, 0452
Genexxa........................0059, 0191, 0332
GoldStar........................0444
Harman/Kardon ............0200, 0184, 0453
Hitachi ..........................0059, 0182
JVC ...............................0099, 0682, 0685
Kenwood.......................0055, 0217, 0708, 0853, 0064
Kodak............................0314
Krell ..............................0184
Kyocera.........................0045
TAPE
Aiwa .............................0224, 0227, 0056
Akai...............................0310
Carver ...........................0056
Denon ...........................0103
Fisher ............................0101
Garrard..........................0335, 0466
Nederlands
Deutsch
Español
Français
English
Harman/Kardon ............0209, 0056
JVC ...............................0271, 0300
Kenwood.......................0098, 0097, 0260
Magnavox.....................0056
Marantz ........................0056, 0036
Mitsubishi.....................0310
NAD ..............................0171
Onkyo............................0162, 0163, 0309
Optimus ........................0247, 0054, 0364, 0466
Panasonic .....................0256
Philips ...........................0056
Pioneer..........................0054, 0247, 0126
Proscan .........................0053
RCA...............................0053
Revox ............................0217
Sansui...........................0036, 0056
Sharp ............................0258
Sherwood .....................0364
Sony..............................0270, 0197, 0318
Teac ..............................0335, 0316
Technics........................0256
Victor ............................0300
Wards ...........................0054
Yamaha.........................0121, 0124
DVD
Harman/Kardon ............0609
JVC ...............................0585
Kenwood.......................0561
Magnavox.....................0530
Mitsubishi.....................0548
Onkyo............................0530
Optimus ........................0552
Panasonic .....................0517
Philips ...........................0566, 0530
Pioneer..........................0552, 0598
Proscan .........................0549
RCA...............................0549
Samsung.......................0600
Sony..............................0560
Technics........................0517
Thomson .......................0578
Toshiba .........................0530
Yamaha.........................0572, 0517
Zenith............................0618, 0530
Italiano
LXI.................................0332
Linn ...............................0184
Luxman .........................0120
MCS..............................0056, 0070
MGA .............................0110
MTC ..............................0447
Magnavox.....................0184, 0553, 0332
Marantz ........................0184, 0056, 0207, 0462
McIntosh.......................0314
Mission.........................0184
Mitsubishi.....................0110
NAD ..............................0046
NEC...............................0261, 0070
NSM .............................0184
Nakamichi.....................0174
Nikko.............................0197, 0191, 0201
Onkyo............................0128, 0895
Optimus ........................0447, 0495, 0059, 0453, 0206, 0223,
0464, 0202, 0332, 0064, 0114, 0172,
0221, 0307, 0369, 0027
Panasonic .....................0056, 0394, 0330, 0779
Parasound.....................0447, 0221
Philips ...........................0184, 0314
Pioneer..........................0059, 0495, 0271, 0332
Proscan .........................0080
Proton ...........................0184
QED...............................0184
Quasar ..........................0056
RCA...............................0080, 0332, 0036, 0182, 0206, 0791
Realistic........................0182, 0202, 0191, 0206, 0207, 0447
Rotel .............................0184, 0447, 0924
SAE ...............................0184
STS ...............................0045
Sansui...........................0229, 0184, 0332
Sanyo............................0114, 0206
Scott .............................0191, 0182, 0332
Sears.............................0332
Sharp ............................0064, 0207, 0888
Sherwood .....................0141, 0207, 0223, 0453
Shure ............................0070
Sony..............................0027, 0212, 0631, 0517, 0632
Soundesign...................0172, 0452
Sylvania ........................0184
Tascam..........................0447
Teac ..............................0420, 0447, 0201, 0207
Technics........................0056, 0330, 0234
Toshiba .........................0046
Vector Research ...........0221, 0444
Victor ............................0099
Wards ...........................0080, 0184
Yamaha.........................0214, 0063, 0197
Yorx...............................0488
Zenith............................0642
TV
A-Mark..........................0030
AOC...............................0079, 0030, 0212, 0046, 0057
Abex..............................0059
Admiral .........................0120
Adventura .....................0073
Aiko...............................0119
Akai...............................0057
Alaron ...........................0206
Allegro ..........................0747, 0801
Ambassador..................0204
Ampro ...........................0778
Anam ............................0207
Anam National .............0082
Archer ...........................0030
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Nederlands
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Audiovox.......................0119, 0030, 0207, 0478, 0650
Aumark .........................0087
Baysonic .......................0207
Belcor............................0046
Bell & Howell ...............0043, 0181
Bradford........................0207
Brockwood....................0046
Broksonic ......................0030, 0263, 0490
CCE ...............................0064, 0244
CXC ...............................0207
Candle...........................0213, 0073, 0057, 0083
Capehart .......................0079
Carnivale.......................0057
Carver ...........................0081
Celebrity .......................0027
Cineral ..........................0478, 0119
Citizen...........................0213, 0073, 0083, 0057, 0066, 0087,
0119, 0307
Clairtone .......................0212
Concerto .......................0083
Contec...........................0184, 0207, 0212
Craig .............................0207
Crosley..........................0081
Crown ...........................0066, 0207
Curtis Mathes...............0087, 0057, 0181, 0043, 0066, 0074, 0078,
0081, 0083, 0120, 0172, 0193, 0478, 0493
Daewoo ........................0119, 0650, 0046, 0651, 0478, 0066
Daytron .........................0046, 0066
Denon ...........................0172
Dumont .........................0044, 0046
Dwin .............................0747, 0801
Dynatech.......................0244
Electroband...................0027, 0212
Electrohome..................0408
Emerson........................0263, 0207, 0205, 0206, 0490, 0204,
0309, 0307, 0651, 0066, 0212, 0650,
0046, 0065, 0181
Envision ........................0057
Fisher ............................0181, 0186
Fujitsu ...........................0206
Funai .............................0207, 0198, 0206
Futuretech.....................0207
GE .................................0048, 0054, 0074, 0082, 0078, 0205,
0162, 0309, 0478, 0120
Gibralter........................0044, 0046, 0057
Go Video .......................0087
GoldStar........................0028, 0205, 0057, 0046, 0059, 0066, 0083
Gradiente......................0083, 0080
Grundig .........................0064, 0222
Grunpy ..........................0206, 0207
Hallmark .......................0205
Harley Davidson ...........0206
Harman/Kardon ............0081
Harvard .........................0207
Hitachi ..........................0172, 0178, 0065, 0083, 0059
Infinity...........................0081
Inteq..............................0044
JBL................................0081
JCB ...............................0027
JVC ...............................0080
Janeil............................0073
KEC ...............................0207
138
KTV ...............................0307, 0207, 0212, 0244, 0066, 0057
Kaypani.........................0079
Kenwood.......................0057, 0046
Kloss .............................0073, 0051
LG..................................0083
LXI.................................0181, 0205, 0074, 0044, 0081, 0183
Loewe ...........................0539
Logik .............................0043
Luxman .........................0083
MEI ...............................0212
MGA .............................0177, 0046, 0057, 0205
MTC ..............................0087, 0046, 0057, 0212, 0083
Magnavox.....................0081, 0214, 0051, 0123, 0047, 0213,
0057, 0413, 0206
Majestic........................0043
Marantz ........................0081, 0064, 0057
Matsushita ...................0078, 0277
Megatron......................0030, 0172, 0205
Memorex ......................0205, 0043, 0083, 0087, 0177, 0181, 0277
Midland ........................0044, 0059, 0066, 0074, 0078, 0162
Minutz...........................0048
Mitsubishi.....................0177, 0046, 0205, 0120
Motorola.......................0082, 0120
Multitech ......................0244, 0207
NAD ..............................0183, 0193, 0205
NEC...............................0057, 0046, 0083, 0524
NTC...............................0119
Nikko.............................0205, 0044, 0074, 0057, 0119, 0181, 0183
Noshi ............................0045
Onwa ............................0207
Optimus ........................0277, 0193, 0181
Optonica .......................0120, 0192
Orion .............................0263, 0206, 0490
Panasonic .....................0078, 0277, 0082, 0028, 0074, 0080,
0081, 0087, 0120, 0172, 0177, 0181,
0183, 0192, 0205
Penney ..........................0074, 0057, 0087, 0048, 0054, 0162,
0045, 0205, 0078, 0066, 0046, 0030,
0059, 0083, 0183
Philco ............................0047, 0046, 0057, 0081, 0123, 0172,
0490, 0051, 0213, 0214
Philips ...........................0081, 0044, 0047, 0066, 0064, 0027,
0045, 0046, 0048, 0051, 0054, 0079
Pilot...............................0046, 0057, 0066
Pioneer..........................0193, 0065
Portland ........................0119, 0046, 0066
Prism.............................0078
Proscan .........................0074, 0057
Proton ...........................0493, 0205, 0030, 0079
Pulsar............................0044, 0046
Quasar ..........................0078, 0082, 0277, 0192
RCA...............................0074, 0045, 0162, 0046, 0065, 0078,
0117, 0120
Radio Shack..................0192, 0207, 0205, 0057, 0066, 0046,
0181, 0059, 0074, 0083
Realistic........................0192, 0207, 0181, 0057, 0066, 0205,
0046, 0059, 0083
Rhapsody ......................0212
Runco............................0044, 0524, 0057
SSS ...............................0046, 0207
Sampo...........................0057, 0059, 0066, 0079
VCR
Admiral .........................0075
Adventura .....................0027
Aiko...............................0305
Aiwa .............................0334, 0027, 0064
Akai...............................0133, 0080, 0088, 0068
American High..............0062
Asha..............................0267
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Audiovox.......................0064
Beaumark......................0267
Bell & Howell ...............0131
Blaupunkt......................0033
Broksonic ......................0211, 0148, 0388, 0029, 0236, 0238,
0322, 0506
CCE ...............................0099, 0305
Calix..............................0064
Canon............................0062
Capehart .......................0047
Carver ...........................0108
Cineral ..........................0305
Citizen...........................0305, 0064
Colt ...............................0099
Craig .............................0064, 0074, 0099, 0267, 0298
Curtis Mathes...............0062, 0068, 0087, 0189
Cybernex.......................0078, 0267
Daewoo ........................0305, 0588, 0047, 0072
Daytron .........................0047
Denon ...........................0069
Dynatech.......................0027
Electrohome..................0064
Electrophonic................0064
Emerex..........................0059
Emerson........................0211, 0029, 0148, 0236, 0063, 0238, 0305,
0321, 0115, 0235, 0506, 0088, 0239, 0588,
0095, 0322, 0388, 0027, 0064, 0070
Fisher ............................0074, 0131, 0081, 0093
Fuji ................................0060, 0062
Funai .............................0027
GE .................................0062, 0087, 0229, 0075, 0267
Garrard..........................0027
Go Video .......................0459, 0553
GoldStar........................0064, 0065
Gradiente......................0035, 0027
HI-Q...............................0074
Harley Davidson ...........0027
Harman/Kardon ............0108, 0065
Harwood .......................0095, 0099
Headquarter..................0073
Hitachi ..........................0069, 0132, 0027, 0068
JVC ...............................0094, 0035, 0068
Jensen ..........................0068
KEC ...............................0064, 0305
KLH ...............................0099
Kenwood.......................0068, 0094, 0065, 0073
Kodak............................0062, 0064
LXI.................................0064
Lloyd's...........................0027, 0235
Logik .............................0099
MEI ...............................0062
MGA .............................0070, 0088, 0267
MGN Technology..........0267
MTC ..............................0027, 0267
Magnasonic..................0305
Magnavox.....................0062, 0108, 0027, 0066, 0176
Magnin .........................0267
Marantz ........................0108, 0065, 0062
Marta............................0064
Matsushita ...................0062, 0481, 0189
Memorex ......................0131, 0074, 0027, 0064, 0062, 0075,
0267, 0334, 0073, 0066
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Samsung.......................0087, 0059, 0205, 0046, 0057, 0066,
0083, 0064
Samsux .........................0066
Sansei...........................0478
Sansui...........................0490
Sanyo............................0181, 0186, 0173
Scimitsu........................0046
Scotch...........................0205
Scott .............................0263, 0205, 0206, 0207, 0046
Sears.............................0186, 0181, 0173, 0183, 0081, 0083,
0198, 0205, 0074, 0206
Semivox ........................0207
Semp.............................0183
Sharp ............................0192, 0120, 0413, 0066, 0184
Shogun..........................0046
Signature ......................0043
Simpson........................0213, 0214
Sony..............................0027, 0138, 0107
Soundesign...................0205, 0207, 0206, 0213
Spectricon.....................0030
Squareview...................0198
Starlite..........................0207
Supre-Macy ..................0073
Supreme .......................0027
Sylvania ........................0081, 0047, 0123, 0057, 0408, 0051,
0213, 0214
Symphonic ....................0198
TMK ..............................0083, 0204, 0205
Tandy ............................0120
Tatung...........................0030, 0082
Technics........................0078, 0277, 0044, 0074
Technol Ace ..................0206
Techwood .....................0030, 0078, 0083
Teknika..........................0213, 0043, 0206, 0046, 0066, 0081,
0207, 0083, 0119, 0177, 0087
Telefunken ....................0083
Toshiba .........................0183, 0087, 0181
Tosonic..........................0212
Totevision .....................0066
Trical .............................0184
Universal.......................0054, 0048
Vector Research ...........0057
Victor ............................0080
Vidikron.........................0081
Vidtech..........................0046, 0205
Viking............................0073
Wards ...........................0081, 0192, 0205, 0183, 0043, 0047,
0048, 0123, 0138, 0214, 0054, 0107,
0206, 0046, 0057, 0083, 0162
White Westinghouse ...0651, 0650
Yamaha.........................0046, 0057
Zenith............................0044, 0043, 0119, 0173
Zonda............................0030
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Metz..............................0033, 0064, 0189, 0323
Minolta .........................0132, 0069
Mitsubishi.....................0070, 0088, 0094, 0075
Motorola.......................0062, 0075
Multitech ......................0027, 0099
NAD ..............................0085
NAP...............................0060, 0061, 0062, 0064, 0066, 0069,
0093, 0132
NEC...............................0065, 0067, 0068, 0094, 0131
Nikko.............................0064
Nikon ............................0061, 0280
Noblex ..........................0267
Olympus........................0062
Optimus ........................0085, 0075, 0064, 0459, 0131, 0189, 0481
Optonica .......................0089
Orion .............................0506, 0322, 0029, 0211
Panasonic .....................0062, 0104, 0189, 0252, 0481
Penney ..........................0062, 0267, 0064, 0065, 0069, 0067, 0081
Pentax...........................0069, 0132
Philco ............................0062, 0506, 0236
Philips ...........................0108, 0062, 0089
Pilot...............................0064
Pioneer..........................0085, 0094
Portland ........................0047
Profitronic .....................0267
Proscan .........................0087, 0229
Protec............................0099
Pulsar............................0066, 0078
Quarter..........................0073
Quartz ...........................0073
Quasar ..........................0062, 0189, 0104, 0481
RCA...............................0087, 0176, 0229, 0069, 0132, 0104,
0133, 0062, 0075, 0267
Radio Shack..................0027
Radix.............................0064
Randex..........................0064
Realistic........................0074, 0027, 0131, 0075, 0064, 0062,
0089, 0073, 0093
Ricoh.............................0061, 0280
Runco............................0066
STS ...............................0069
Samsung.......................0267, 0072, 0080, 0078
Sanky ............................0066, 0075
Sansui...........................0506, 0068, 0298, 0027, 0094
Sanyo............................0073, 0074, 0131, 0267
Scott .............................0211, 0148, 0238, 0072, 0237, 0239, 0070
Sears.............................0069, 0132, 0081, 0073, 0064, 0074,
0131, 0027, 0062, 0093
Semp.............................0072
Sharp ............................0075, 0089
Shintom ........................0099
Shogun..........................0078, 0267
Signature ......................0062
Singer ...........................0099
Sony..............................0060, 0061, 0059, 0280, 0062, 0027
Sunpak..........................0280
Sylvania ........................0062, 0108, 0027, 0070
Symphonic ....................0027
TMK ..............................0063, 0235, 0267
Tatung...........................0068
Teac ..............................0027, 0068
Technics........................0062, 0189, 0066, 0087, 0229
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Teknika..........................0027, 0062, 0064
Thomas .........................0027
Toshiba .........................0072, 0239, 0237, 0093, 0070
Totevision .....................0064, 0267
Unitech .........................0267
Vector ...........................0072
Vector Research ...........0065, 0067
Video Concepts.............0067, 0088, 0072
Videosonic ....................0267
Wards ...........................0062, 0075, 0089, 0027, 0087, 0074,
0072, 0267, 0239, 0069, 0099, 0176,
0108
White Westinghouse ...0305
XR-1000 ........................0099, 0027, 0062
Yamaha.........................0065, 0068
Zenith............................0066, 0060, 0061, 0027, 0506
SAT
AlphaStar......................0799
Astro Industries............0122
BSR ...............................0122
Capetronic ....................0122
Channel Master............0045, 0239
Chaparral ......................0080, 0236, 0243
DX Antenna ..................0068
Drake ............................0091, 0272, 0045
Echostar........................0307, 0802, 0175, 0186, 0296
Expressvu......................0802
General Instrument ......0388, 0896, 0654
Grundig .........................0200
HTS ...............................0802
Hitachi ..........................0846
Homecable....................0265
Hughes Network Syst....0776
Hytek.............................0122
IQ ..................................0237
IQ Prism ........................0237
JVC ...............................0802
Janeil............................0179
Jerrold ..........................0388, 0654
Legend ..........................0296
Macom..........................0045
Magnavox.....................0749, 0751
Memorex ......................0296, 0751
Next Level ....................0896
Panasonic .....................0179, 0728
Philips ...........................0227, 0126, 0749, 0751
President.......................0101
Primestar ......................0654, 0388
Proscan .........................0593
RCA...............................0593, 0170, 0882
Radio Shack..................0593
Realistic........................0079
STS ...............................0237, 0068
Sony..............................0666
Star Choice ...................0896
Star Trak .......................0207
Toshiba .........................0109, 0817
Uniden ..........................0265, 0397, 0079, 0101, 0751, 0103, 0749
Zenith............................0091, 0883, 0272
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