VSX-827-K/-S VSX-527-K/-S
VSX-827-K /-S
VSX-527-K /-S
AV Receiver
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Operating Instructions
IMPORTANT
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
“dangerous voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR
BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
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WARNING
WARNING
This equipment is not waterproof. To prevent a fire or
shock hazard, do not place any container filled with
liquid near this equipment (such as a vase or flower
pot) or expose it to dripping, splashing, rain or
moisture.
To prevent a fire hazard, do not place any naked flame
sources (such as a lighted candle) on the equipment.
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WARNING
Before plugging in for the first time, read the following
section carefully.
The voltage of the available power supply differs
according to country or region. Be sure that the
power supply voltage of the area where this unit
will be used meets the required voltage (e.g., 230 V
or 120 V) written on the rear panel.
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Operating Environment
Operating environment temperature and humidity:
+5 °C to +35 °C (+41 °F to +95 °F); less than 85 %RH
(cooling vents not blocked)
Do not install this unit in a poorly ventilated area, or in
locations exposed to high humidity or direct sunlight (or
strong artificial light)
This product is for general household purposes. Any
failure due to use for other than household purposes
(such as long-term use for business purposes in a
restaurant or use in a car or ship) and which requires
repair will be charged for even during the warranty
period.
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VENTILATION CAUTION
When installing this unit, make sure to leave space
around the unit for ventilation to improve heat radiation
(at least 40 cm at top, 20 cm at rear, and 20 cm at each
side).
WARNING
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation to ensure reliable operation of the product,
and to protect it from overheating. To prevent fire
hazard, the openings should never be blocked or
covered with items (such as newspapers, table-cloths,
curtains) or by operating the equipment on thick carpet
or a bed.
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Information for users on collection and disposal of old equipment and used batteries
Symbol for
equipment
These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean
that used electrical and electronic products and batteries should not be mixed with
general household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used batteries,
please take them to applicable collection points in accordance with your national
legislation.
Symbol examples
for batteries
By disposing of these products and batteries correctly, you will help to save valuable
resources and prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the
environment which could otherwise arise from inappropriate waste handling.
For more information about collection and recycling of old products and batteries,
please contact your local municipality, your waste disposal service or the point of sale
where you purchased the items.
These symbols are only valid in the European Union.
For countries outside the European Union:
If you wish to discard these items, please contact your local authorities or dealer and
ask for the correct method of disposal.
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If the AC plug of this unit does not match the AC
outlet you want to use, the plug must be removed
and appropriate one fitted. Replacement and
mounting of an AC plug on the power supply cord of
this unit should be performed only by qualified
service personnel. If connected to an AC outlet, the
cut-off plug can cause severe electrical shock. Make
sure it is properly disposed of after removal.
The equipment should be disconnected by removing
the mains plug from the wall socket when left unused
for a long period of time (for example, when on
vacation).
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CAUTION
The STANDBY/ON switch on this unit will not
completely shut off all power from the AC outlet.
Since the power cord serves as the main disconnect
device for the unit, you will need to unplug it from the
AC outlet to shut down all power. Therefore, make
sure the unit has been installed so that the power
cord can be easily unplugged from the AC outlet in
case of an accident. To avoid fire hazard, the power
cord should also be unplugged from the AC outlet
when left unused for a long period of time (for
example, when on vacation).
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Contents
Thank you for buying this Pioneer product. Please read
through these operating instructions so you will know how to
operate your model properly.
Connecting a USB device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Connecting an iPod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Plugging in the receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Before you start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
03 Basic Setup
Flow of settings on the receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Canceling the Auto Power Down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Canceling the demo display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Automatically setting up for surround sound (MCACC) . .
Other problems when using the Auto MCACC setup . . .
01 Controls and displays
04 Basic playback
Checking what’s in the box. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Installing the receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Front panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Remote control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Loading the batteries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Operating range of remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
02 Connecting your equipment
Determining the speakers’ application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Some tips for improving sound quality . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting the speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connect the surround back or front height speakers
(In case of VSX-827). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connect the surround back or front height speakers
(In case of VSX-527). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching the speaker terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making cable connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HDMI cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About HDMI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog audio cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Digital audio cables. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Video cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About the video converter (VSX-827 only) . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About video outputs connection
(VSX-527 only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting a TV and playback components . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting using HDMI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting your TV with no HDMI input . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting your DVD player with no HDMI output
(VSX-827 only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting optional Bluetooth® ADAPTER . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting to the network through LAN interface . . . . . .
Connecting antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using external antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Playing a source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting the audio input signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing an iPod. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing back files stored on an iPod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic playback controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Watching photos and video content . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing a USB device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing back audio files stored on a USB memory
device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing back photo files stored on a USB memory
device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About playable file formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bluetooth® ADAPTER for Wireless Enjoyment of Music . . .
Wireless music play. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pairing the Bluetooth ADAPTER and Bluetooth wireless
technology device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Listening to Music Contents of Bluetooth wireless
technology device with Your System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AIR JAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Listening to the radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Improving FM sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saving station presets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Listening to station presets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Naming preset stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
An introduction to RDS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Searching for RDS programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying RDS information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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05 Listening to your system
Choosing the listening mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Auto playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Listening in surround sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Advanced surround . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Stream Direct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Sound Retriever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Listening with Acoustic Calibration EQ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Better sound using Phase Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using surround back channel processing. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Up Mix function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Audio options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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06 Playback with NETWORK features
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About playable DLNA network devices. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using AirPlay on iPod touch, iPhone, iPad, and
iTunes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About the DHCP server function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Authorizing this receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playback with Network functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic playback controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Listening to Internet radio stations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing back audio files stored on components on
the network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing back your favorite songs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Network Setup menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Language. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Firmware Update . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Factory Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About network playback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Content playable over a network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About playback behavior over a network . . . . . . . . . . . .
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About playable file formats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Contents
07 Home Menu
Using the Home Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual speaker setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Speaker Setting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
X.Over . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Channel Level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Speaker Distance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Input Assign menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Component Input (VSX-827 only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Speaker System setting (VSX-827 only) . . . . . . . . . . .
The Video Parameter setting (VSX-827 only) . . . . . . . . . . .
Video Converter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Resolution. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Aspect. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Pre Out Setting (VSX-527 only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Auto Power Down menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Network Standby menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The FL Demo Mode menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10 Additional information
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Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NETWORK feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HDMI. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Important information regarding the HDMI
connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Windows 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About iPod/iPhone/iPad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About FLAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About messages displayed when using network
functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Resetting the main unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
08 Control with HDMI function
Making Control with HDMI connections. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HDMI Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Before using synchronization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About synchronized operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cautions on the Control with HDMI function . . . . . . . . . .
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09 Controlling the rest of your system
Setting the remote to control other components . . . . . . .
Selecting preset codes directly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clearing all the remote control settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Controls for TVs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Controls for other components. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preset Code List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Before you start
Checking what’s in the box
Please check that you’ve received the following supplied
accessories:
• Setup microphone
• Remote control
• AAA size IEC R03 dry cell batteries (to confirm system
operation) x2
• AM loop antenna
• FM wire antenna
• Power cord
• iPod cable (VSX-827 only)
• Warranty card
• Quick start guide
• Safety Brochure
• These operating instructions (CD-ROM)
Flow of settings on the receiver
The unit is a full-fledged AV receiver equipped with an
abundance of functions and terminals. It can be used easily
after following the procedure below to make the connections
and settings.
The colors of the steps indicate the following:
speaker.)
The Pre Out Setting (VSX-527 only) (page 51)
(When connecting the front height speakers.)
The Input Assign menu (page 50)
(When using connections other than the recommended
connections.)
HDMI Setup (page 53)
(When the connected TV supports the HDMI Audio Return
Channel function.)
Required setting item
Setting to be made as necessary
-----------------------------------------the speakers
1 Connecting
Where you place the speakers will have a big effect on
the sound.
• Determining the speakers’ application (page 11)
• Connecting the speakers (page 12)
• Switching the speaker terminal (page 14)
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Use the on-screen automatic MCACC setup to set up
your system
• Automatically setting up for surround sound (MCACC)
(page 23)
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Basic playback (page 25)
• Selecting the audio input signal (page 25)
• Playing an iPod (page 27)
• Playing a USB device (page 28)
• Choosing the listening mode (page 34)
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Adjusting the sound as desired
• Using the Sound Retriever (page 35)
• Better sound using Phase Control (page 36)
• Listening with Acoustic Calibration EQ (page 35)
• Using surround back channel processing (page 36)
• Setting the Up Mix function (page 36)
• Setting the Audio options (page 37)
• Manual speaker setup (page 47)
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Making maximum use of the remote control
• Setting the remote to control other components
(page 55)
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Installing the receiver
• When installing this unit, make sure to put it on a level and
stable surface.
Don’t install it on the following places:
– on a color TV (the screen may distort)
– near a cassette deck (or close to a device that gives off a
magnetic field). This may interfere with the sound.
– in direct sunlight
– in damp or wet areas
– in extremely hot or cold areas
– in places where there is vibration or other movement
– in places that are very dusty
– in places that have hot fumes or oils (such as a kitchen)
Speaker System setting (VSX-827 only) (page 50)
4 The
(Specify either using the surround back or front height
the components
2 Connecting
For surround sound, you’ll want to hook up using a
digital connection from the Blu-ray Disc/DVD player to
the receiver.
• About the video converter (VSX-827 only) (page 16)
• About video outputs connection (VSX-527 only)
(page 16)
• Connecting a TV and playback components (page 17)
• Connecting antennas (page 21)
• Plugging in the receiver (page 22)
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Power On
Make sure you’ve set the video input on your TV to this
receiver. Check the manual that came with the TV if you
don’t know how to do this.
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Chapter
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Controls and displays
Front panel
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MCACC
SPEAKERS
HDMI
DIMMER
DISPLAY
BAND
TUNER EDIT
AUTO SURROUND/
ALC/
STREAM DIRECT STANDARD SURR
TUNE
ADVANCED
SURROUND
PRESET
SOUND
RETRIEVER AIR
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iPod iPhone iPad
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ENTER
iPod iPhone iPad
DIRECT CONTROL
MASTER
VOLUME
INPUT
SELECTOR
STANDBY/ ON
PHONES
USB
MCACC
SETUP MIC
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VIDEO
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1 INPUT SELECTOR dial
Selects an input source (page 25).
2 MCACC indicator
Lights when Acoustic Calibration EQ (page 35) is on (Acoustic
Calibration EQ is automatically set to on after the Auto
MCACC setup (page 23)).
3 Receiver control buttons
SPEAKERS – See Switching the speaker terminal on
page 14.
DIMMER – Dims or brightens the display. The brightness
can be controlled in four steps.
DISPLAY – Switches the display of this unit. The listening
mode, sound volume, Speaker System (VSX-827)/Pre Out
(VSX-527) setting or input name can be checked by
selecting an input source.
• The Speaker System/Pre Out setting may or may not be
displayed, depending on the input source you have
selected.
4 Character display
See Display on page 8.
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iPod
iPhone
iPad
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5 Tuner control buttons
11 PHONES jack
BAND – Switches between AM, FM ST (stereo) and FM
MONO radio bands (page 32).
TUNER EDIT – Use with TUNE /, PRESET / and
ENTER to memorize and name stations for recall
(page 32).
TUNE / – Used to find radio frequencies (page 32).
PRESET / – Use to select preset radio stations
(page 32).
6 HDMI indicator
Blinks when connecting an HDMI-equipped component;
lights when the component is connected (page 17).
7 iPod iPhone iPad indicator
Lights when an iPod/iPhone/iPad is connected and iPod/USB
input is selected (page 27).
8 Remote sensor
Receives the signals from the remote control (see Operating
range of remote control on page 10).
9 MASTER VOLUME dial
10 STANDBY/ON
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Use to connect headphones. When the headphones are
connected, there is no sound output from the speakers. The
listening mode when the sound is heard from the headphone
can be selected only from PHONES SURR, STEREO or
STEREO ALC mode (S.R AIR mode can be also selected with
ADAPTER input).
12 Listening mode buttons
AUTO SURROUND/STREAM DIRECT – Switches between
Auto surround mode (page 34) and Stream Direct
playback (page 35).
ALC/STANDARD SURR – Press for standard decoding
and to switch between the modes of 2 Pro Logic II, 2
Pro Logic IIx, 2 Pro Logic IIz and NEO:6, and the Auto
level control stereo mode (page 34).
ADVANCED SURROUND – Switches between the various
surround modes (page 35).
13 MCACC SETUP MIC jack
Use to connect a microphone when performing Auto MCACC
setup (page 23).
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14 iPod iPhone iPad/USB terminal
Use to connect your Apple iPod or USB mass storage device
as an audio source (page 22).
15 SOUND RETRIEVER AIR
When the button is pressed, the input switches to ADAPTER
and the listening mode is automatically set to S.R AIR
(page 31).
16 iPod iPhone iPad DIRECT CONTROL
Change the receiver’s input to the iPod and enable iPod
operations on the iPod (page 28).
Display
17 PHASE
Lights when the Phase Control is switched on (page 36).
18 AUTO
Lights when the Auto Surround feature is switched on
(page 34).
19 Tuner indicators
RDS – Lights when an RDS broadcast is received
(page 33).
ST – Lights when a stereo FM broadcast is being received
in auto stereo mode (page 32).
TUNE – Lights when a normal broadcast channel.
PRESET – Shows when a preset radio station is registered
or called.
MEM – Blinks when a radio station is registered.
kHz/MHz – Lights when the character display is showing
the currently received AM/FM broadcast frequency.
20 Speaker indicators
Shows if the speaker system is on or not (page 14).
21 Sleep timer indicator
Lights when the receiver is in sleep mode (page 9).
22 PRESET information or input signal indicator
Shows the preset number of the tuner or the input signal type,
etc.
23 Character display
Displays various system information.
Controls and displays
24 DTS indicators
Removing the front cover
DTS – Lights when a source with DTS encoded audio
signals is detected.
HD – Lights when a source with DTS-EXPRESS or DTS-HD
encoded audio signals is detected.
ES – Lights to indicate DTS-ES decoding.
96/24 – Lights when a source with DTS 96/24 encoded
audio signals is detected.
NEO:6 – When one of the NEO:6 modes of the receiver is
on, this lights to indicate NEO:6 processing (page 34).
25 Dolby Digital indicators
2 D – Lights when a Dolby Digital encoded signal is
detected.
2 D+ – Lights when a source with Dolby Digital Plus
encoded audio signals is detected.
2HD – Lights when a source with Dolby TrueHD encoded
audio signals is detected.
EX – Lights to indicate Dolby Digital EX decoding.
2PLII(x) – Lights to indicate 2 Pro Logic II/2 Pro Logic
IIx decoding. Light will go off during 2 Pro Logic IIz
decoding (see Listening in surround sound on page 34 for
more on this).
26 ADV.S.
Lights when one of the Advanced Surround modes has been
selected (see Using the Advanced surround on page 35 for
more on this).
27 SIGNAL SELECT indicators
DIGITAL – Lights when a digital audio signal is selected.
Blinks when a digital audio signal is selected and selected
audio input is not provided.
HDMI – Lights when an HDMI signal is selected. Blinks
when an HDMI signal is selected and selected HDMI input
is not provided.
28 Up Mix/DIMMER indicator
Lights when the Up Mix function is set to ON (page 36). Also,
lights when DIMMER is set to off.
29 DIR.
Lights when the DIRECT or PURE DIRECT mode is switched
on (page 35).
8
5V
MCACC
SETUP MIC
2.1 A
VIDEO
iPod
iPhone
iPad
USB
Attaching the front cover
2
USB
MCACC
SETUP MIC
VIDEO
iPod
iPhone
iPad
1
1
Controls and displays
• SHIFT button is not used with this receiver.
Remote control
1 SLEEP
1
2
3
4
11
RECEIVER SLEEP
SOURCE
RECEIVER
Press to change the amount of time before the receiver
switches into standby (30 min – 60 min – 90 min – Off). You
can check the remaining sleep time at any time by pressing
SLEEP once.
2 RECEIVER
INPUT
Switches the receiver between standby and on.
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3
RECEIVER
Switches the remote to control the receiver (used to select the
white commands above the number buttons (MIDNIGHT,
etc)). Also use this button to set up surround sound (page 47)
or Audio parameters (page 37).
5
4 INPUT SELECT
Use to select the input source (page 25).
6
13
AUDIO
PARAMETER
TUNE
TOP
MENU
Use to select the input source to this receiver (page 25). This
will enable you to control other components with the remote
control (page 55).
6 Listening mode buttons
ENTER
HOME
MENU
PTY
iPod CTRL
TUNE
PRESET
PRESET
7
TOOLS
MENU
5 Input function buttons
14
8
BAND
RETURN
MUTE
15
9
AUTO/DIRECT – Switches between Auto surround mode
(page 34) and Stream Direct playback (page 35).
ALC/STANDARD SURR – Press for standard decoding
and to switch between the modes of 2 Pro Logic II, 2
Pro Logic IIx, 2 Pro Logic IIz and NEO:6, and the Auto
level control stereo mode (page 34).
ADV SURR – Switches between the various surround
modes (page 35).
7 Receiver and component control buttons
10
1
2
3
DISP
4
5
6
CH
7
8
9
CLR
0
ENTER
CH
SHIFT
RECEIVER
16
The following button controls can be accessed after you have
selected the corresponding input function button (BD, DVD,
etc.).
Press RECEIVER first to access:
AUDIO PARAMETER – Use to access the Audio options
(page 37).
HOME MENU – Press to access the Home Menu
(page 47).
RETURN – Confirm and exit the current menu screen.
9
Press BD, DVD or DVR/BDR first to access:
TOP MENU – Displays the disc ‘top’ menu of a Blu-ray
Disc/DVD.
HOME MENU – Displays the HOME MENU screen.
RETURN – Confirm and exit the current menu screen.
MENU – Displays the TOOLS menu of Blu-ray Disc player.
Press TUNER first to access:
TOOLS – Memorizes stations for recall (page 32), also
used to change the name (page 32).
BAND – Switches between AM, FM ST (stereo) and FM
MONO radio bands (page 32).
PTY – Use to search for RDS program types (page 33).
Press iPod/USB first to access:
iPod CTRL – Switches between the iPod controls and the
receiver controls (page 27).
8 /// (TUNE /, PRESET /), ENTER
Use the arrow buttons when setting up your surround sound
system (page 47). Also used to control Blu-ray Disc/DVD
menus/options.
Use TUNE / can be used to find radio frequencies and
PRESET / can be used to select preset radio stations
(page 32).
9 Component control buttons
The main buttons (, , etc.) are used to control a component
after you have selected it using the input function buttons.
The controls above these buttons can be accessed after you
have selected the corresponding input function button (BD,
DVD and CD). These buttons also function as described
below.
Press RECEIVER first to access:
BASS +/–, TRE +/– – Use to adjust Bass or Treble.
• These controls are disabled when the listening mode is
set to DIRECT or PURE DIRECT.
• When the front speaker is set at SMALL in the Speaker
Setting (or automatically via the Auto MCACC setup)
and the X.Over is set above 150 Hz, the subwoofer
channel level will be adjusted by pressing BASS +/–
(page 48).
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Controls and displays
10 Number buttons and other component controls
15 MUTE
Use the number buttons to directly select a radio frequency
(page 32) or the tracks on a CD, etc. There are other buttons
that can be accessed after RECEIVER is pressed. (For example
MIDNIGHT, etc.)
EQ – Press to switch on/off Acoustic Calibration EQ
setting (page 35).
PHASE – Press to switch on/off Phase Control (page 36).
SIGNAL SEL – Press to select the audio input signal of the
component to play back (page 25).
S.RETRIEVER – Press to restore CD quality sound to
compressed audio sources (page 35).
SB CH – Press to select ON, AUTO or OFF the surround
back channel (page 36).
CH SELECT – Press repeatedly to select a channel, then
use LEV +/– to adjust the level (page 49).
LEV +/– – Use to adjust the channel level.
MIDNIGHT – Switches to Midnight or Loudness listening
(page 37).
SPEAKERS – See Switching the speaker terminal on
page 14.
DIMMER – Dims or brightens the display. The brightness
can be controlled in four steps.
Mutes/unmutes the sound.
11 SOURCE
Press to turn on/off other components connected to the
receiver (page 55).
12 TV CONTROL buttons
These buttons are dedicated to control the TV assigned to the
TV button. Thus if you only have one TV to hook up to this
system assign it to the TV button (page 56).
 – Use to turn on/off the power of the TV.
INPUT – Use to select the TV input signal.
CH +/– – Use to select channels.
VOL +/– – Use to adjust the volume on your TV.
13 +Favorite
Operating range of remote control
16 DISP
Switches the display of this unit. The listening mode, sound
volume, Speaker System (VSX-827)/Pre Out (VSX-527) setting or
input name can be checked by selecting an input source.
• The Speaker System/Pre Out setting may or may not be
displayed, depending on the input source you have
selected.
Loading the batteries
The remote control may not work properly if:
• There are obstacles between the remote control and the
receiver’s remote sensor.
• Direct sunlight or fluorescent light is shining onto the
remote sensor.
• The receiver is located near a device that is emitting
infrared rays.
• The receiver is operated simultaneously with another
infrared remote control unit.
30°
The batteries included with the unit are to check initial
operations; they may not last over a long period. We
recommend using alkaline batteries that have a longer life.
30°
7m
CAUTION
• Incorrect use of batteries may result in such hazards as
leakage and bursting. Observe the following precautions:
- Never use new and old batteries together.
- Insert the plus and minus sides of the batteries properly
according to the marks in the battery case.
- Batteries with the same shape may have different
voltages. Do not use different batteries together.
- When disposing of used batteries, please comply with
governmental regulations or environmental public
instruction’s rules that apply in your country or area.
- Do not use or store batteries in direct sunlight or other
excessively hot place, such as inside a car or near a
heater. This can cause batteries to leak, overheat,
explode or catch fire. It can also reduce the life or
performance of batteries.
Press while a song is being played back or stopped. The
selected song is then registered in the Favorites folder
(page 41).
14 VOLUME +/–
Use to set the listening volume.
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Chapter
2
Connecting your equipment
Important
Determining the speakers’ application
By connecting the left and right front speakers (L/R), the
center speaker (C), the left and right surround speakers (SL/
SR), the left and right surround back speakers (SBL/SBR) (or
the left and right front height speakers (FHL/FHR)), and the
subwoofer (SW), a surround sound system up to 7.1 channel
can be enjoyed.
The 5.1 channel surround system is the most commonly-used
in home theaters. To achieve the best possible surround
sound, install your speakers as shown below.
5.1 channel surround
system:
6.1 channel surround
(Surround back) system:
R
L
C
C
SW
SW
SR
SR
SL
SL
7.1 channel surround
(Surround back) system:
SB
7.1 channel surround
(Front height) system:
VSX-827 only: Another way, you can use the speakers
connected to the B speaker terminals to listen to stereo
playback in another room. See Switching the speaker terminal
on page 14 for the listening options with this setup.
• You will not be able to connect the B speakers if you
connect the front height speakers in the main zone.
Further, if you use the B speakers, a 5.1 ch playback will be
the maximum in the main zone. (No sound is output from
the surround back speaker.)
FHR
R
FHL
R
L
SR
L
C
SW
SW
SL
SBL
Where you put your speakers in the room has a big effect on
the quality of the sound. The following guidelines should help
you to get the best sound from your system.
• It is best to angle the speakers towards the listening
position. The angle depends on the size of the room. Use
less of an angle for bigger rooms.
• Refer to the chart below for placement of speakers you
intend to connect.
SW
FHL
FHR
C
L
R
30
30
R
L
C
Some tips for improving sound quality
• VSX-827 only: Both the surround back speakers and the
front height speakers can be connected at the same time.
In this case, sound will be output from either the front
height speaker or the surround back speaker depending on
which one was selected in the Speaker System setting
(see The Speaker System setting (VSX-827 only) on page 50).
• VSX-527 only: To connect the surround back or front
height speakers, an additional amplifier is required.
Connect the additional amplifier to the PRE OUT SURR
BACK/FRONT HEIGHT outputs of this unit and connect the
surround back or front height speakers to the additional
amplifier (see Connect the surround back or front height
speakers (In case of VSX-527) on page 12).
R
L
SBR
SR
Main zone
SL
Speaker B
11
120
SL
120
SR
60
SBL
SB
SBR
- Place the surround speakers at 120º from the center. If
you, (1) use the surround back speaker, and, (2) don’t use
the front height speakers, we recommend placing the
surround speaker right beside you.
- If you intend to connect only one surround back
speakers, place it directly behind you.
- If the surround speakers cannot be set directly to the side
of the listening position with a 7.1-channel system, the
surround effect can be enhanced by turning off the Up
Mix function (see Setting the Up Mix function on page 36).
• For the best stereo effect, place the front speakers 2 m to
3 m apart, at equal distance from the TV.
• If you’re using a center speaker, place the front speakers at
a wider angle. If not, place them at a narrower angle.
• Place the center speaker above or below the TV so that the
sound of the center channel is localized at the TV screen.
Also, make sure the center speaker does not cross the line
formed by the leading edge of the front left and right
speakers.
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Connecting your equipment
• Surround and surround back speakers should be
positioned 60 cm to 90 cm higher than your ears and titled
slight downward. Make sure the speakers don’t face each
other. For DVD-Audio, the speakers should be more directly
behind the listener than for home theater playback.
• Try not to place the surround speakers farther away from
the listening position than the front and center speakers.
Doing so can weaken the surround sound effect.
• Place the left and right front height speakers at least one
meter directly above the left and right front speakers.
• If you’re going to place speakers around your CRT TV, use
shielded speakers or place the speakers at a sufficient
distance from your CRT TV.
• The subwoofer can be placed on the floor. Ideally, the other
speakers should be at about ear-level when you’re listening
to them. Putting the speakers on the floor (except the
subwoofer), or mounting them very high on a wall is not
recommended.
• When not connecting a subwoofer, connect speakers with
low frequency reproduction capabilities to the front
channel. (The subwoofer’s low frequency component is
played from the front speakers, so the speakers could be
damaged.)
• After connecting, be sure to conduct the Auto MCACC
(speaker environment setting) procedure.
See Automatically setting up for surround sound (MCACC)
on page 23.
CAUTION
• Make sure that all speakers are securely installed. This not
only improves sound quality, but also reduces the risk of
damage or injury resulting from speakers being knocked
over or falling in the event of external shocks such as
earthquakes.
CAUTION
Connecting the speakers
The receiver will work with just two stereo speakers (the front
speakers in the diagram) but using at least three speakers is
recommended, and a complete setup is best for surround
sound.
Make sure you connect the speaker on the right to the right (R)
terminal and the speaker on the left to the left (L) terminal.
Also make sure the positive and negative (+/–) terminals on
the receiver match those on the speakers.
You can use speakers with a nominal impedance between 6 Ω
and 16 Ω.
Be sure to complete all connections before connecting this unit
to the AC power source.
Bare wire connections
1 Twist exposed wire strands together.
2 Loosen terminal and insert exposed wire.
3 Tighten terminal.
1
2
3
Connect the surround back or front height
speakers (In case of VSX-827)
The Speaker System setting must be set if the above
connections are performed. Select Surr.Back if the surround
back speaker is connected and Height if the front height
speaker is connected (If neither the surround back speaker
nor the front height speaker is connected, either setting will
suffice) (see The Speaker System setting (VSX-827 only) on
page 50).
• When using only one surround back speaker, connect it to
the SURROUND BACK L (Single) terminals.
Connect the surround back or front height
speakers (In case of VSX-527)
10 mm
Connect the wires to the B-Speakers terminals of the VSX-827 as
shown below:
1 Twist exposed wire strands together.
2 Push open the tabs and insert exposed wire.
3 Release the tabs.
1
• These speaker terminals carry HAZARDOUS LIVE voltage.
To prevent the risk of electric shock when connecting or
disconnecting the speaker cables, disconnect the power
cord before touching any uninsulated parts.
• Make sure that all the bare speaker wire is twisted together
and inserted fully into the speaker terminal. If any of the
bare speaker wire touches the back panel it may cause the
power to cut off as a safety measure.
2
3
10 mm
12
Connect the PRE OUT SURR BACK/FRONT HEIGHT outputs
of the unit and additional amplifier to add a surround back or
front height speaker.
The Pre Out setting must be set if the above connections are
performed. Select Surr.Back if the surround back speaker is
connected and Height if the front height speaker is
connected (If neither the surround back speaker nor the front
height speaker is connected, either setting will suffice) (see
The Pre Out Setting (VSX-527 only) on page 51).
• You can use the additional amplifier on the surround back
channel pre-outs for a single speaker as well. In this case
plug the amplifier into the left (L (Single)) terminal only.
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Connecting your equipment
VSX-827 connection diagram
VSX-527 connection diagram
The front height terminals can also be used for Speaker B.
Subwoofer
Front right
Front left
Center
Front height setting
Front height left
Front height right
LINE LEVEL
INPUT
Speaker B setting
Speaker B - left
Speaker B - right
HDMI
OUT
COAXIAL
LAN (10/100)
IN
ASSIGNABLE
Front left
Front right
Subwoofer
OPTICAL
ASSIGNABLE
Center
DVD
SAT/CBL
PREOUT
BD
GAME
DVR/BDR
SUBWOOFER
IN 1
(CD)
VIDEO
IN 1
(TV)
PRE OUT
LINE LEVEL
INPUT
SUB WOOFER
ADAPTER PORT
(OUTPUT 5 V
0.1 A MAX)
SURR BACK/
L FRONT HEIGHT
(Single)
PRE OUT
R
COAXIAL
LAN (10/100)
IN
ASSIGNABLE
OPTICAL
SAT/CBL
PREOUT
DVR/BDR
GAME
SUBWOOFER
BD
IN 1
(CD)
VIDEO
IN 1
(TV)
MONITOR SAT/CBL
OUT
IN
DVD
IN
PRE OUT
DVD
SUB WOOFER
ASSIGNABLE
SURROUND
R
L
(OUTPUT 5 V
0.1 A MAX)
ANTENNA
AUDIO
SAT/CBL
IN
A
R
FRONT
L
CENTER
SURROUND
R
L
SURROUND BACK
R
L(Single)
L
IN
FRONT HEIGHT/
R
B
PR
DVD
ONENT VIDEO
SAT/CBL ANALOG IN 1
(CD)
ASSIGNABLE
Class 2 Wiring
FRONT
R L
SPEAKERS A
CAUTION:
SURROUND
R
L
Surround back or
front height speakers
CAUTION:
ATTENTION:
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE ENCEINTE D’IMPEDANCE DE
6 -16 .
6 -16 .
CENTER
SPEAKERS
Surround
back right
Surround
back left
SELECTABLE SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL
FRONT HEIGHT
R
L
SELECTABLE VOIR LE MODE D’EMPLOI
R
When using only one surround back speaker, connect it
to the SURROUND BACK L (Single) terminals.
SPEAKER
Surround back or front height
channel amplifier
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Left
L
ANALOG
AUDIO IN
Surround left
R
SPEAKER
L
ATTENTION:
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE ENCEINTE D’IMPEDANCE DE
6 -16 .
6 -16 .
Surround left
Right
Surround right
L
CENTER
Surround right
FRONT
R L
FM UNBAL
75
SURROUND
R
L
R
PB
CENTER
L
75
AUDIO
SURROUND BACK
R
L
AM LOOP
DVD
IN
FRONT
SAT/CBL ANALOG IN 1 (CD) FM UNBAL
VIDEO
ADAPTER PORT
R
AM LOOP
PREOUTL
SURR BACK/
IN
FRONT HEIGHT
R
ASSIGNABLE
DVD
ANTENNA
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Connecting your equipment
Switching the speaker terminal
Use SPEAKERS button to change the speaker system on or
off. When the SP OFF is selected, no sound is output from the
speakers connected to this receiver.
VSX-827 only: If you selected Surr.Back in The Speaker System
setting (VSX-827 only) on page 50, you can switch between
speakers using the SPEAKERS button. If you selected Height,
the button will simply switch your main speaker terminal on or
off. The options below are for the Surr.Back setting only.
Making cable connections
Make sure not to bend the cables over the top of this unit (as
shown in the illustration). If this happens, the magnetic field
produced by the transformers in this unit may cause a
humming noise from the speakers.
About HDMI
 Use the SPEAKERS button on the front panel to select a
speaker terminal setting.
SPEAKERS
DIMMER
DISPLAY
Press repeatedly to choose a speaker terminal option:
• SPA – Sound is output from the speakers connected to
the A-speaker terminals and PRE OUT SURR BACK/FRONT
HEIGHT (VSX-527 only) (multichannel playback is possible).
• SPB (VSX-827 only) – Sound is output from the two
speakers connected to the B-speaker terminals (only stereo
playback is possible).
• SPAB (VSX-827 only) – Sound is output from the Aspeaker terminals, the two speakers in the B-speaker
terminals, and the subwoofer. Multichannel sources are
downmixed only when the STEREO or STEREO ALC mode
is selected for stereo output from A- and B-speaker
terminals.
• SP – No sound is output from the speakers.
Note
• VSX-827 only: The subwoofer output depends on the
settings you made in Speaker Setting on page 47. However,
if SPB is selected above, no sound is heard from the
subwoofer (the LFE channel is not downmixed).
• All speaker terminals are switched off (SP) when
headphones are connected. SPB can be selected even
when headphones are connected for VSX-827.
• If the video signal does not appear on your TV, try adjusting
the resolution settings on your component or display. Note
that some components (such as video game units) have
resolutions that may not be displayed. In this case, use a
(analog) composite connection.
• When the video signal from the HDMI is 480i, 480p, 576i or
576p, Multi Ch PCM sound and HD sound cannot be
received.
Important
• Before making or changing connections, switch off the
power and disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet.
• Before unplugging the power cord, switch the power into
standby.
HDMI cables
Both video and sound signals can be transmitted
simultaneously with one cable. If connecting the player and
the TV via this receiver, for both connections, use HDMI
cables.
HDM
I
Be careful to connect the terminal in the proper direction.
Note
• Set the HDMI parameter in Setting the Audio options on
page 37 to THRU (THROUGH) and set the input signal in
Selecting the audio input signal on page 25 to HDMI, if you
want to hear HDMI audio output from your TV (no sound
will be heard from this receiver).
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The HDMI connection transfers uncompressed digital video,
as well as almost every kind of digital audio that the
connected component is compatible with, including DVDVideo, DVD-Audio, SACD, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD,
DTS-HD Master Audio (see below for limitations), Video CD/
Super VCD and CD.
This receiver incorporates High-Definition Multimedia
Interface (HDMI®) technology.
This receiver supports the functions described below through
HDMI connections.
• Digital transfer of uncompressed video (contents protected
by HDCP (1080p/24, 1080p/60, etc.))
• 3D signal transfer
• Deep Color signal transfer
• x.v.Color signal transfer
• Audio Return Channel
• Input of multi-channel linear PCM digital audio signals
(192 kHz or less) for up to 8 channels
• Input of the following digital audio formats:
– Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, DTS, High bitrate audio
(Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio), DVD-Audio, CD,
SACD (DSD 2 ch only), Video CD, Super VCD
• Synchronized operation with components using the
Control with HDMI function (see Control with HDMI
function on page 53)
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Connecting your equipment
Note
• Use a High Speed HDMI® cable. If HDMI cable other than
a High Speed HDMI® cable is used, it may not work
properly.
• When an HDMI cable with a built-in equalizer is connected,
it may not operate properly.
• 3D, Deep Color, x.v.Color signal transfer and Audio Return
Channel are only possible when connected to a compatible
component.
• HDMI format digital audio transmissions require a longer
time to be recognized. Due to this, interruption in the audio
may occur when switching between audio formats or
beginning playback.
• Turning on/off the device connected to this unit’s HDMI
OUT terminal during playback, or disconnecting/
connecting the HDMI cable during playback, may cause
noise or interrupted audio.
The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia
Interface, and the HDMI Logo are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and
other countries.
Digital audio cables
“x.v.Color” and
Corporation.
Video cables
are trademarks of Sony
COA
Coaxial digital
audio cable
XIA
IN L
Use stereo RCA phono cables to connect analog audio
components. These cables are typically red and white, and
you should connect the red plugs to R (right) terminals and
white plugs to L (left) terminals.
AUD
IO
CO
M
ICA
IN L
Y
PO
NE
N
PB
Green (Y)
TV
IDE
O
PR
Optical cable
Note
• When connecting optical cables, be careful when inserting
the plug not to damage the shutter protecting the optical
socket.
• When storing optical cable, coil loosely. The cable may be
damaged if bent around sharp corners.
• You can also use a standard RCA video cable for coaxial
digital connections.
These cables are the most common type of video connection
and are used to connect to the composite video terminals. The
yellow plugs distinguish them from cables for audio.
VID
L
R
Use component video cables to get the best possible color
reproduction of your video source. The color signal of the TV is
divided into the luminance (Y) signal and the color (PB and PR)
signals and then output. In this way, interference between the
signals is avoided.
OPT
Standard RCA video cables
Analog audio cables
White (Left)
Component video cables (VSX-827 only)
Commercially available coaxial digital audio cables or optical
cables should be used to connect digital components to this
receiver.
Yellow
Red (Right)
15
EO
Blue (PB)
Red (PR)
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Connecting your equipment
About the video converter (VSX-827 only)
The video converter ensures that all video sources are output
from the HDMI OUT terminal.
Playback component
IN
IN
Y
PB
PR
COMPONENT VIDEO
HDMI
About video outputs connection
(VSX-527 only)
This receiver is not loaded with a video converter. When you
use HDMI cables for connecting to the input device, the same
cables should be used for connecting to the TV.
The signals input from the analog (composite) video inputs of
this unit will not be output from the HDMI OUT terminal.
Playback component
Terminal for connection with source device
IN
• If the video signal does not appear on your TV, try adjusting
the resolution settings on your component or display. Note
that some components (such as video game units) have
resolutions that may not be converted. In this case, try
switching Video Converter OFF (see Video Converter on
page 50).
• The signal input resolutions that can be converted from the
component video input for the HDMI output are 480i/576i,
480p/576p, 720p and 1080i. 1080p signal cannot be
converted.
This item incorporates copy protection technology that is
protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property
rights of Rovi Corporation. Reverse engineering and
disassembly are prohibited.
VIDEO
IN
IN
HDMI
VIDEO
OUT
MONITOR
OUT
Terminal for connection with
source device
MONITOR
OUT
OUT
Terminal for connection
with TV monitor
HDMI
VIDEO
Terminal for connection with TV monitor
HDMI
VIDEO
The OSD will
not appear.
The OSD will
not appear.
TV
TV
Video signals can be output.
Video signals can be output.
Note
• If several video components are assigned to the same input
function, the converter gives priority to HDMI, component,
then composite (in that order).
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2
Connecting a TV and playback components
Connecting your equipment
DVD player
HDMI/DVI-compatible components
Blu-ray Disc player
Connecting using HDMI
If you have an HDMI or DVI (with HDCP) equipped component
(Blu-ray Disc player, etc.), you can connect it to this receiver
using a commercially available HDMI cable.
If the TV and playback components support the Control with
HDMI feature, the convenient Control with HDMI functions
can be used (see Control with HDMI function on page 53).
• The following connection/setting is required to listen to the
sound of the TV over this receiver.
- If the TV does not support the HDMI Audio Return
Channel function, connect the receiver and TV with audio
cables (as shown).
- If the TV supports the HDMI Audio Return Channel
function, the sound of the TV can be input to the receiver
via the HDMI terminal, so there is no need to connect an
audio cable. In this case, set ARC at HDMI Setup to ON
(see HDMI Setup on page 53).
HDMI OUT
HDMI OUT
Game console
DVD recorder,
Blu-ray Disc recorder
Set-top box
Video component
HDMI
OUT
COAXIAL
LAN (10/100)
IN
OPTICAL
IN1 (TV)
ASSIGNABLE
HDMI
OUT
OPTICAL
ASSIGNABLE
DVD
SAT/CBL
BD
HDMI IN
GAME
IN 1
(CD)
VIDEO
DVR/BDR
IN 1
(TV)
PRE OUT
SUB WOOFER
ADAPTER PORT
Note
• In order to listen to the audio from the TV that is connected
to this receiver using an analog audio cables, set-up for
analog audio input is required (see The Input Assign menu
on page 50).
(OUTPUT 5 V
0.1 A MAX)
ANTENNA
AUDIO
VIDEO
MONITOR SAT/CBL
OUT
IN
A
R
FRONT
L
CENTER
SURROUND
R
L
SURROUND BACK
R
L(Single)
AM LOOP
DVD
IN
L
IN
R
IN 1
(DVD)
VSX-827
ASSIGNABLE
Y
PB
PR
COMPONENT VIDEO
DVD
SAT/CBL ANALOG IN 1
(CD)
FM UNBAL
75
ASSIGNABLE
ATTENTION:
CAUTION:
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE ENCEINTE D’IMPEDANCE DE
6 -16 .
6 -16 .
SPEAKERS
SELE
SELE
ANALOG
IN1 (CD)
HDMI IN
R
L
ANALOG AUDIO OUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
Select one
HDMI/DVI-compatible TV
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If the TV does not support
the HDMI Audio Return
Channel function, this
connection is required to
listen to the TV sound over
the receiver.
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Connecting your equipment
Connecting your TV with no HDMI input
This diagram shows connections of a TV (with no HDMI input)
and DVD player (or other playback component) to the receiver.
• With these connections, the picture is not output to the TV
even if the DVD player is connected with an HDMI cable.
Connect the DVD player’s video signals using a composite
cable.
• In order to listening to HD audio with this receiver, connect
an HDMI cable, and use analog video cable for video signal
input.
Depending on the player, it may not be possible to output
video signals to both HDMI and other video output
(composite, etc.) simultaneously, and it may be necessary
to make video output settings. Please refer to the operating
instructions supplied with your player for more information.
DVD player
Set-top box
Select one
VIDEO OUT
ANALOG AUDIO OUT
R
Select one
VIDEO OUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
HDMI OUT
L
ANALOG AUDIO OUT
R
L
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
Important
• When the receiver and TV are connected by composite
cable, the OSD function allowing display of the receiver’s
settings, operations, etc., on the TV’s screen cannot be
used. In this case, watch the receiver’s front panel display
while performing the various operations and making
settings.
Note
• In order to listen to the audio from the TV that is connected
to this receiver using a analog audio cables, set-up for
analog audio input is required (see The Input Assign menu
on page 50).
• Only one component can be connected to both the optical
input terminal and coaxial input terminal. If connecting
other devices, please use a different method to connect the
audio.
In order to listen to the audio from the source component
that is connected to this receiver using an optical cable or
a coaxial cable, first, switch to the DVD (DVD player) or
SAT/CBL (set-top box), then use RECEIVER and SIGNAL
SEL to choose the audio signal O1 (OPTICAL1) or C1
(COAXIAL1) (see Selecting the audio input signal on
page 25).
HDMI
OUT
COAXIAL
LAN (10/100)
IN
ASSIGNABLE
HDMI
DVD IN
SAT/CBL
DVD
OPTICAL
OPTICAL
IN1 (TV)
ASSIGNABLE
BD
GAME
IN 1
VIDEO
DVR/BDR
(CD)
IN 1
(TV)
PRE OUT
COAXIAL
IN1 (CD)
SUB WOOFER
ADAPTER PORT
(OUTPUT 5 V
0.1 A MAX)
ANTENNA
AUDIO
VIDEO
MONITOR
OUT
MONITOR
OUT
SAT/CBL
IN
A
R
FRONT
CENTER
L
SURROUND
R
L
SURROUND BACK
R
L(Single)
AM LOOP
DVD
IN
L
IN
R
IN 1
(DVD)
ASSIGNABLE
VSX-827
Y
PB
PR
COMPONENT VIDEO
DVD
DVD
IN
SAT/CBL IN
SAT/CBL
ANALOG IN 1
(CD)
FM UNBAL
75
ASSIGNABLE
CAUTION:
ATTENTION:
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE ENCEINTE D’IMPEDANCE DE
6 -16 .
6 -16 .
SPEAKERS
SELECTABLE
SELECTABLE
ANALOG
IN1 (CD)
This connection is
required in order to listen
to the sound of the TV
over the receiver.
R
L
ANALOG AUDIO OUT
VIDEO IN
TV
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OPTICAL
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
Select one
2
Connecting your equipment
Connecting your DVD player with no HDMI
output (VSX-827 only)
This diagram shows connections of a TV (with HDMI input)
and DVD player (or other playback component with no HDMI
output) to the receiver.
• The following connection/setting is required to listen to the
sound of the TV over this receiver.
- If the TV does not support the HDMI Audio Return
Channel function, connect the receiver and TV with audio
cables (as shown).
- If the TV supports the HDMI Audio Return Channel
function, the sound of the TV can be input to the receiver
via the HDMI terminal, so there is no need to connect an
audio cable. In this case, set ARC at HDMI Setup to ON
(see HDMI Setup on page 53).
Note
• In order to listen to the audio from the TV that is connected
to this receiver using a analog audio cables, set-up for
analog audio input is required (see The Input Assign menu
on page 50).
• Only one component can be connected to both the optical
input terminal and coaxial input terminal. If connecting
other devices, please use a different method to connect the
audio.
In order to listen to the audio from the source component
that is connected to this receiver using an optical cable or
a coaxial cable, first, switch to the DVD (DVD player) or
SAT/CBL (set-top box), then use RECEIVER and SIGNAL
SEL to choose the audio signal O1 (OPTICAL1) or C1
(COAXIAL1) (see Selecting the audio input signal on
page 25).
DVD player
Select one
Select one
ANALOG AUDIO OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
Y
PB
PR
Set-top box
VIDEO OUT
R
HDMI
L
Select one
VIDEO OUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
OUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
ANALOG AUDIO OUT
R
L
COAXIAL
LAN (10/100)
IN
ASSIGNABLE
HDMI
OUT
OPTICAL
OPTICAL
IN1 (TV)
ASSIGNABLE
DVD
SAT/CBL
BD
GAME
IN 1
(CD)
VIDEO
DVR/BDR
IN 1
(TV)
PRE OUT
COAXIAL
IN1 (CD)
SUB WOOFER
ADAPTER PORT
(OUTPUT 5 V
0.1 A MAX)
ANTENNA
AUDIO
VIDEO
MONITOR
OUT
SAT/CBL
IN
SAT/CBL
IN
A
R
FRONT
CENTER
L
SURROUND
R
L
SURROUND BACK
R
AM LOOP
DVD
IN
L
IN
R
IN 1
(DVD)
ASSIGNABLE
Y
PB
PR
DVD
SAT/CBL
COMPONENT VIDEO
ANALOG IN 1
(CD)
FM UNBAL
75
ASSIGNABLE
DVD IN SAT/CBL
IN
CAUTION:
ATTENTION:
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE ENCEINTE D’IMPEDANCE DE
6 -16 .
6 -16 .
R
L
ANALOG AUDIO OUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
Select one
HDMI IN
HDMI/DVI-compatible TV
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SPEAKERS
ANALOG
IN1 (CD)
L(Single)
If the TV does not
support the HDMI
Audio Return Channel
function, this
connection is required
to listen to the TV
sound over the
receiver.
SELECTABLE
SELECTABLE
2
Connecting your equipment
Connecting optional Bluetooth® ADAPTER
When the Bluetooth ADAPTER (Pioneer Model No. AS-BT100
or AS-BT200) is connected to this unit, a product equipped
with Bluetooth wireless technology (portable cell phone,
digital music player, etc.) can be used to listen to music
wirelessly.
 Connect a Bluetooth ADAPTER to the ADAPTER PORT
terminal on the rear panel.
• For instructions on playing the Bluetooth wireless
technology device, see Pairing the Bluetooth ADAPTER and
Bluetooth wireless technology device on page 30.
Connecting to the network through LAN
interface
By connecting this receiver to the network via the LAN
terminal, you can listen to Internet radio stations. To listen to
Internet radio stations, you must sign a contract with an ISP
(Internet Service Provider) beforehand.
When connected in this way, you can play audio files stored
on the components on the local network, including your
computer.
Internet
Modem
Router
Important
WAN
• Do not move the receiver with the Bluetooth ADAPTER
connected. Doing so could cause damage or faulty contact.
HDMI
OUT
LAN
1
PC
LAN (10/100)
IN
to LAN port
2
3
DVD
SAT/CBL
BD
DVR/BDR
GAME
VIDEO
PRE OUT
LAN cable
(sold separately)
SUB WOOFER
ADAPTER PORT
SURR BACK/
L FRONT HEIGHT
(Single)
PRE OUT
R
ANTENNA
(OUTPUT 5 V
0.1 A MAX)
FRONT
L
CEN
AM LOOP
SAT/CBL
DVR/BDR
GAME
ADAPTER PORT
SAT/CBL ANALOG IN 1 (CD) FM UNBAL
ASSIGNABLE
IN 1
(CD)
VIDEO
SUB WOOFER
R
DVD
VIDEO
BD
PRE OUT
IN
DVD
IN
COAXIAL
ASSIGNABLE
R
L
MONITOR SAT/CBL
OUT
IN
VSX-527
LAN (10/100)
IN
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AUDIO
SPEAKERS
SURR BACK/
L FRONT HEIGHT
(Single)
VSX-527
PRE OUT
R
ANTENNA
(OUTPUT 5 V
0.1 A MAX)
R
FRONT
L
CENTER
SURROUND
R
L
AM LOOP
L
Bluetooth® ADAPTER
IN
DVD
IN
R
DVD
SAT/CBL ANALOG IN 1 (CD) FM UNBAL
ASSIGNABLE
VIDEO
75
SPEAKERS A
AUDIO
CAUTION:
AT
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE ENC
6
6 -16 .
Connect the LAN terminal on this receiver to the LAN terminal
on your router (with or without the built-in DHCP server
function) with a straight LAN cable (CAT 5 or higher).
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Turn on the DHCP server function of your router. In case your
router does not have the built-in DHCP server function, it is
necessary to set up the network manually. For details, see The
Network Setup menu on page 41.
Note
• Refer to the operation manual of the equipment you have as
the connected equipment and connection method may
differ depending on your Internet environment.
• When using a broadband Internet connection, a contract
with an Internet service provider is required. For more
details, contact your nearest Internet service provider.
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Connecting your equipment
Connecting antennas
Using external antennas
Connecting a USB device
Connect the AM loop antenna and the FM wire antenna as
shown below. To improve reception and sound quality,
connect external antennas (see Using external antennas
below).
To improve FM reception
It is possible to play audio and photo files by connecting USB
devices to this receiver.
Use a PAL connector (not supplied) to connect an external FM
antenna.
One-touch PAL
connector
 Switch the receiver into standby then connect your USB
device to the USB terminal on the front panel of this
receiver.
• This receiver does not support a USB hub.
• For instructions on playing the USB device, see Playing a
USB device on page 28.
HDMI
2
ANTENNA
FM UNBAL
75
AM LOOP
75 Ω coaxial cable
BAND
TUNER EDIT
TO SURROUND/
ALC/
REAM DIRECT STANDARD SURR
CONTROL
ADVANCED
SURROUND
TUNE ON / OFF
SOUND
RETRIEVER AIR
PRESET
iPod iPhone iPad
ENTER
iPod iPhone iPad
DIRECT CONTROL
MASTER
VOLUME
To improve AM reception
4
3
FM UNBAL
75
1
Connect a 5 m to 6 m length of vinyl-coated wire to the AM
antenna terminal without disconnecting the supplied AM
loop antenna.
For the best possible reception, suspend horizontally
outdoors.
ANTENNA
Outdoor
antenna
1 Push open the tabs, then insert one wire fully into each
terminal, then release the tabs to secure the AM antenna
wires.
2 Fix the AM loop antenna to the attached stand.
To fix the stand to the antenna, bend in the direction indicated
by the arrow then clip the loop onto the stand.
3 Place the AM antenna on a flat surface and in a direction
giving the best reception.
4 Connect the FM wire antenna into the FM antenna
socket.
For best results, extend the FM antenna fully and fix to a wall
or door frame. Don’t drape loosely or leave coiled up.
Indoor antenna
(vinyl-coated wire)
5 m to 6 m
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AM LOOP
USB
MCACC
SETUP MIC
VIDEO
iPod
iPhone
iPad
USB mass
storage device
2
Connecting your equipment
Connecting an iPod
Plugging in the receiver
This receiver has a dedicated iPod terminal that will allow you
to control playback of audio content from your iPod using the
controls of this receiver.
 Switch the receiver into standby, and then use the iPod
cable to connect your iPod to the iPod iPhone iPad USB
terminal on the front panel of this receiver.
• VSX-527 only: The iPod cable is not included with this
receiver. The optional iPod cable from Pioneer is sold
separately under the part number L308102013030-IL.
Contact the Pioneer Customer Support division for more
information on obtaining an optional iPod cable.
• The cable that comes with the iPod can also be used to
connect the iPod. Connect the iPod terminal and the iPod
iPhone iPad USB terminal on the receiver. The videos and
images on the iPod cannot be viewed using this
connection.
• For the cable connection, refer to also the operating
instructions for iPod.
• For instructions on playing the iPod, see Playing an iPod on
page 27.
HDMI
CONTROL
BAND
TUNER EDIT
TO SURROUND/
ALC/
REAM DIRECT STANDARD SURR
ADVANCED
SURROUND
ON / OFF
TUNE
SOUND
RETRIEVER AIR
Only plug in after you have connected all your components to
this receiver, including the speakers.
iPod iPhone iPad
PRESET
CAUTION
ENTER
iPod iPhone iPad
DIRECT CONTROL
MASTER
VOLUME
USB
MCACC
SETUP MIC
VIDEO
iPod
iPhone
iPad
iPod cable
(VSX-827: supplied/
VSX-527: sold separately)
iPod/iPhone/iPad
• Handle the power cord by the plug part. Do not pull out the
plug by tugging the cord, and never touch the power cord
when your hands are wet, as this could cause a short
circuit or electric shock. Do not place the unit, a piece of
furniture, or other object on the power cord or pinch the
cord in any other way. Never make a knot in the cord or tie
it with other cables. The power cords should be routed so
that they are not likely to be stepped on. A damaged power
cord can cause a fire or give you an electric shock. Check
the power cord once in a while. If you find it damaged, ask
your nearest Pioneer authorized independent service
company for a replacement.
• Do not use any power cord other than the one supplied with
this unit.
• Do not use the supplied power cord for any purpose other
than that described below.
• The receiver should be disconnected by removing the
mains plug from the wall socket when not in regular use,
e.g., when on vacation.
Note
• After this receiver is connected to an AC outlet, a 2 second
to 10 second HDMI initialization process begins. You
cannot carry out any operations during this process. The
HDMI indicator in the front panel display blinks during this
process, and you can turn on this receiver once it has
stopped blinking. When you set the Control with HDMI to
OFF, you can skip this process. For details about the
Control with HDMI feature, see HDMI Setup on page 53.
1 Plug the supplied power cord into the AC IN socket on
the back of the receiver.
2 Plug the other end into a power outlet.
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Chapter
3
Basic Setup
Canceling the Auto Power Down
When this receiver is not used over a period of several hours,
it will power down automatically. The automatic power-off
timer is set to six hours under factory settings, and the timing
can be changed or the power-off function switched off
altogether. For details, see The Auto Power Down menu on
page 52.
Canceling the demo display
• VSX-827 only: When both the surround back speaker and
the front height speaker are connected, conduct Auto
MCACC setup twice: once with the Speaker System setting
is in Surr.Back and once with the Speaker System setting
is in Height. (There is no need to conduct Auto MCACC
setup every time the Speaker System setting is changed.)
• VSX-527 only: If you connected either the surround back
speaker or the front height speaker, make sure that the Pre
Out setting is correctly set before performing the Auto
MCACC setup (see page 51). (Here is an explanation using
the OSD screen for a surround back speaker connection.)
The display on the front panel shows various information
(demo displays) when the receiver is not operating.
You can turn off the demo display. For details, see The FL
Demo Mode menu on page 52.
• The demo mode is canceled automatically when the Auto
MCACC setup is performed (see below).
Automatically setting up for surround sound
(MCACC)
The Auto Multi-Channel Acoustic Calibration (MCACC) setup
measures the acoustic characteristics of your listening area,
taking into account ambient noise, speaker size and distance,
and tests for both channel delay and channel level. After you
have set up the microphone provided with your system, the
receiver uses the information from a series of test tones to
optimize the speaker settings and equalization for your
particular room.
HDMI
BAND
TUNER EDIT
TO SURROUND/
ALC/
REAM DIRECT STANDARD SURR
CONTROL
ADVANCED
SURROUND
TUNE ON / OFF
SOUND
RETRIEVER AIR
PRESET
iPod iPhone iPad
ENTER
iPod iPhone iPad
DIRECT CONTROL
MASTER
VOLUME
USB
MCACC
SETUP MIC
VIDEO
iPod
iPhone
iPad
Microphone
1 Switch on the receiver and your TV.
the TV input to the input that connects this
2 Switch
receiver to the TV through the corresponding HDMI
cable.
Tripod
If you have a tripod, use it to place the microphone so that
it’s about ear level at your normal listening position.
Otherwise, place the microphone at ear level using a
table or a chair.
the microphone to the MCACC SETUP MIC jack
3 Connect
on the remote control, then press the
on the front panel.
4 Press
HOME MENU button.
Make sure there are no obstacles between the speakers
RECEIVER
The Home Menu appears on your TV. Use /// and
ENTER on the remote control to navigate through the
screens and select menu items. Press RETURN to exit
the current menu.
• Press HOME MENU at any time to exit the Home
Menu. If you cancel the Auto MCACC setup at any
time, the receiver automatically exits and no settings
will be made.
• The screensaver automatically starts after three
minutes of inactivity.
and the microphone.
CAUTION
• The test tones used in the Auto MCACC setup are output at
high volume.
Important
• The OSD will not appear if you have connected using the
composite output to your TV. Use HDMI connection for
Auto MCACC setup.
• The Auto MCACC setup will overwrite any existing speaker
settings you’ve made.
• Before using the Auto MCACC setup, the NETRADIO,
M.SERVER, FAVORITE, iPod/USB or ADAPTER input
should not be selected as an input source.
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3
Basic Setup
‘Auto MCACC’ from the Home Menu, then press
the speaker configuration.
5 Select
8 Confirm
ENTER.
The configuration shown on-screen should reflect the
Home M enu
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
H o me Menu
Auto MC ACC
M anu al SP Set u p
I npu t A ssig n
S peaker Syst em
V ideo Param et er
H DMI Set u p
Auto Pow er D own
N etwo rk St an d by
FL Demo Mo d e
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Aut o MCACC
Manual SP S et up
Input Assign
P re Out S ett ing
HDMI S etup
Aut o Power Down
Network S tandby
FL Dem o Mode
VSX-527
VSX-827
• Mic In! blinks when the microphone is not connected
to MCACC SETUP MIC jack.
Try to be as quiet as possible after pressing ENTER. The
system outputs a series of test tones to establish the
ambient noise level.
the instructions on-screen.
6 Follow
• Make sure the microphone is connected.
• Make sure the subwoofer is on and the volume is
turned up.
• When using surround back or front height speakers,
turn on the power to the amplifier to which the
surround back or front height speakers are connected,
and adjust the sound level to the desired level.
• See below for notes regarding background noise and
other possible interference.
for the test tones to finish.
7 Wait
A progress report is displayed on-screen while the
receiver outputs test tones to determine the speakers
present in your setup. Try to be as quiet as possible while
it’s doing this.
actual speakers you have.
The settings made in the Auto MCACC setup should give
you excellent surround sound from your system, but it is
also possible to adjust these settings manually using the
Home Menu (starting on page 47).
1 . Auto MCACC
Check!
Front
Center
Surr
Surr. Back
Subwoofer
[
[
[
[
[
YES
YES
YES
--YES
]
]
]
]
]
OK
Return
10:Next
• With error messages (such as Too much ambient
noise) select RETRY after checking for ambient noise
(see Other problems when using the Auto MCACC
setup below).
If the speaker configuration displayed isn’t correct, use
/ to select the speaker and / to change the
setting. When you’re finished, go to the next step.
If you see an error message (ERR) in the right side
column, there may be a problem with the speaker
connection. If selecting RETRY doesn’t fix the problem,
turn off the power and check the speaker connections.
sure ‘OK’ is selected, then press ENTER.
9 Make
If the screen in step 8 is left untouched for 10 seconds
and ENTER is not pressed in step 9, the Auto MCACC
setup will start automatically as shown.
1 . Au t o MCAC C
Now An a ly zi n g
S u rro u n d An a ly zi n g
Speaker System
S p e a k e r Di s ta n c e
Ch a n n e l L ev e l
Ac o u s ti c Ca l EQ
1 . Aut o MC ACC
R e tu rn
N ow An alyzin g
Enviro n m en t Ch eck
A mb ien t N o ise
Sp eaker YES/N O
Ret urn
A progress report is displayed on-screen while the
receiver outputs more test tones to determine the
optimum receiver settings for channel level, speaker
distance, and Acoustic Calibration EQ.
Again, try to be as quiet as possible while this is
happening. It may take 1 to 3 minutes.
• For correct speaker settings, do not adjust the volume
during the test tones.
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Auto MCACC setup has finished! You return to the
10 The
Home Menu.
Note
• Depending on the characteristics of your room, sometimes
identical speakers with cone sizes of around 12 cm will end
up with different size settings. You can correct the setting
manually using the Speaker Setting on page 47.
• The subwoofer distance setting may be farther than the
actual distance from the listening position. This setting
should be accurate (taking delay and room characteristics
into account) and generally does not need to be changed.
Other problems when using the Auto MCACC
setup
If the room environment is not optimal for the Auto MCACC
setup (too much background noise, echo off the walls,
obstacles blocking the speakers from the microphone) the
final settings may be incorrect. Check for household
appliances (air conditioner, fridge, fan, etc.), that may be
affecting the environment and switch them off if necessary. If
there are any instructions showing in the front panel display,
please follow them.
• Some older TVs may interfere with the operation of the
microphone. If this seems to be happening, switch off the
TV when doing the Auto MCACC setup.
Chapter
4
Basic playback
Playing a source
Here are the basic instructions for playing a source (such as
a DVD disc) with your home theater system.
SLEEP
SOURCE
AUDIO
PARAMETER
RECEIVER
TUNE
TOP
MENU
HOME
MENU
PTY
iPod CTRL
ENTER
TUNE
PRESET
PRESET
INPUT
TOOLS
MENU
BAND
RETURN
MUTE
on your system components and receiver.
1 Switch
Start by switching on the playback component (for
example a DVD player), your TV and subwoofer (if you
have one), then the receiver (press RECEIVER).
• Make sure the setup microphone is disconnected.
2
Switch the TV input to the input that connects this
receiver.
For example, if you connected this receiver to the VIDEO
jacks on your TV, make sure that the VIDEO input is now
selected.
input function buttons to select the input function
3 Press
you want to play.
• The input of the receiver will switch over, and you will
be able to operate other components using the remote
control. To operate the receiver, first press RECEIVER
on the remote control, then press the appropriate
button to operate.
• The input source can also be selected by using INPUT
SELECT
buttons on the remote control, or by
using the front panel INPUT SELECTOR dial. In this
case, the remote control won’t switch operational
modes.
If you selected the proper input source and there is still
no sound, select the audio input signal for playback (see
Selecting the audio input signal below).
AUTO/DIRECT to select ‘AUTO SURROUND’ and
4 Press
start playback of the source.
If you’re playing a Dolby Digital or DTS surround sound
DVD disc, with a digital audio connection, you should
hear surround sound. If you’re playing a stereo source or
if the connection is an analog audio connection, you will
only hear sound from the front left/right speakers in the
default listening mode.
It is possible to check on the front panel display whether
or not surround sound playback is being performed
properly.
When using a surround back speaker, 2D+PLIIx is
displayed when playing Dolby Digital 5.1-channel signals,
and DTS+NEO:6 is displayed when playing DTS 5.1channel signals.
When not using a surround back speaker, 2D is
displayed when playing Dolby Digital signals.
If the display does not correspond to the input signal and
listening mode, check the connections and settings.
Note
• You may need to check the digital audio output settings on
your DVD player or digital satellite receiver. It should be set
to output Dolby Digital, DTS and 88.2 kHz/96 kHz PCM (2
channel) audio, and if there is an MPEG audio option, set
this to convert the MPEG audio to PCM.
• Depending on your DVD player or source discs, you may
only get digital 2 channel stereo and analog sound. In this
case, the receiver must be set to a multichannel listening
mode if you want multichannel surround sound.
VOLUME +/– to adjust the volume level.
5 Use
Turn down the volume of your TV so that all sound is
coming from the speakers connected to this receiver.
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Selecting the audio input signal
The audio input signal can be selected for each input source.
Once it is set, the audio input that was selected will be applied
whenever you select the input source using the input function
buttons.
RECEIVER SLEEP
SOURCE
1
2
3
DISP
4
5
6
CH
7
8
9
CLR
0
ENTER
CH
SHIFT
INPUT
, then press SIGNAL SEL to select the
 Press
audio input signal corresponding to the source
RECEIVER
component.
Each press cycles through the following:
• H – Selects an HDMI signal. H can be selected for BD,
DVD, SAT/CBL, DVR/BDR, VIDEO or GAME input. For
other inputs, H cannot be selected.
- When the HDMI option in Setting the Audio options
on page 37 is set to THRU, the sound will be heard
through your TV, not from this receiver.
• A – Selects the analog inputs.
• C1/O1 – Selects the digital input. The coaxial 1 input is
selected for C1, and the optical 1 audio input is
selected for O1.
When H (HDMI) or C1/O1 (digital) is selected and the
selected audio input is not provided, A (analog) is
automatically selected.
Note
• BD, DVR/BDR, VIDEO and GAME inputs are fixed to H
(HDMI). It cannot be changed.
• For the TV input, only A (analog) or C1/O1 (digital) can be
selected. However, if the ARC at HDMI Setup is set to ON,
the input is fixed to H (HDMI) and cannot be changed.
• When set to H (HDMI) or C1/O1 (digital), 2 lights when a
Dolby Digital signal is input, and DTS lights when a DTS
signal is input.
• When the H (HDMI) is selected, the A and DIGITAL
indicators are off (see page 8).
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• When digital input (optical or coaxial) is selected, this
receiver can only play back Dolby Digital, PCM (32 kHz to
96 kHz) and DTS (including DTS 96 kHz/24 bit) digital signal
formats. The compatible signals via the HDMI terminals
are: Dolby Digital, DTS, SACD (DSD 2 ch only), PCM
(32 kHz to 192 kHz sampling frequencies), Dolby TrueHD,
Dolby Digital Plus, DTS-EXPRESS, DTS-HD Master Audio
and DVD Audio (including 192 kHz). With other digital
signal formats, set to A (analog).
• You may get digital noise when a LD or CD player
compatible with DTS is playing an analog signal. To prevent
noise, make the proper digital connections (page 15) and
set the signal input to C1/O1 (digital).
• Some DVD players don’t output DTS signals. For more
details, refer to the instruction manual supplied with your
DVD player.
Basic playback
Tip
• In order to enjoy the picture and/or sound from devices connected to each terminal, select the input by doing the following.
Audio
DVD SAT/CBL CD
TV
Video/Audio (HDMI)
DVD
SAT/CBL
BD
GAME DVR/BDR VIDEO
NETWORK
RECEIVER
SIGNAL SEL
3
HDMI
OUT
COAXIAL
LAN (10/100)
IN
C1
ASSIGNABLE
OPTICAL
ASSIGNABLE
DVD
SAT/CBL
BD
GAME
IN 1
(CD)
VIDEO
DVR/BDR
PRE OUT
Audio
SUB WOOFER
ADAPTER PORT
Audio
DVD SAT/CBL RECEIVER
SIGNAL SEL
A
A
3
VIDEO
MONITOR SAT/CBL
SAT/CBL DVD OUT
IN
AUDIO
DVD
IN
ADAPTER
A
R
1.
TV
(TV input)
2. Other than TV input
(OUTPUT 5 V
0.1 A MAX)
ANTENNA
Video
IN 1
(TV)
FRONT
L
CENTER
RECEIVER
SURROUND
R
L
SIGNAL SEL
SURROUND BACK
3 R O1 L(Single)
AM LOOP
L
IN
ASSIGNABLE
TUNER
R
IN 1
(DVD)
Y
PB
DVD
PR
SAT/CBL
COMPONENT VIDEO
Video (VSX-827 only)
DVD
Reassignable
(page 50)
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ANALOG IN 1
(CD)
FM UNBAL
75
ASSIGNABLE
CAUTION:
Audio
CD
TV
RECEIVER
ATTENTION:
SPEAKER IMPEDANCE ENCEINTE D’IMPEDANCE DE
6 -16 .
6 -16 .
SIGNAL SEL
3
A
SPEAKERS
SELECTABL
SELECTABL
ANALOG IN1 audio input terminal is
assigned to CD under factory settings.
If you want to change this to TV input,
please change the settings in the Input
Assign menu (page 50).
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Basic playback
This receiver has the iPod iPhone iPad USB terminal that will
allow you to control playback of audio content from your iPod
using the controls of this receiver.
Press iPod/USB to switch the receiver to the iPod/USB
3 input.
When the display shows the names of folders and files,
you’re ready to play music from the iPod.
• If after pressing iPod/USB the display shows NO
DEVICE, try switching off the receiver and
reconnecting the iPod to the receiver.
• The controls of your iPod will be inoperable when
connected to this receiver.
Important
Note
• This receiver is compatible with the audio and video of the
iPod nano 3G/4G/5G/6G (audio only for the iPod nano 6G),
iPod touch 1G/2G/3G/4G, iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS,
iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad and iPad 2. However, some of the
functions may be restricted for some models. The receiver
is not compatible with the iPod shuffle.
• This receiver has been developed and tested for the
software version of iPod/iPhone/iPad indicated on the
website of Pioneer (http://pioneer.jp/homeav/support/ios/
eu/).
• Installing software versions other than indicated on the
website of Pioneer to your iPod/iPhone/iPad may result in
incompatibility with this receiver.
• iPod, iPhone and iPad are licensed for reproduction of noncopyrighted materials or materials the user is legally
permitted to reproduce.
• Features such as the equalizer cannot be controlled using
this receiver, and we recommend switching the equalizer
off before connecting.
• Make sure the receiver is in standby when disconnecting
the iPod/iPhone/iPad.
on the receiver and your TV.
1 Switch
See Connecting an iPod on page 22.
the TV input so that it connects to the receiver.
2 Switch
• Switch the TV input to the input that connects this
Playing back files stored on an iPod
To navigate songs on your iPod, you can take advantage of the
OSD of your TV connected to this receiver.
• Note that non-roman characters in the title are displayed as
‘#’.
• This feature is not available for photos or video clips on your
iPod.
Finding what you want to play
When your iPod is connected to this receiver, you can browse
songs stored on your iPod by playlist, artist, album name,
song name, genre or composer, similar to using your iPod
directly.
Use / to select a category, then press ENTER to
1 browse
that category.
• To return to the previous level any time, press RETURN.
/ to browse the selected category (e.g.,
2 Use
albums).
• Use / to move to previous/next levels.
3
Continue browsing until you arrive at what you want to
play, then press  to start playback.
Tip
• If you’re in the song category, you can also press ENTER to
start playback.
• You can play all of the songs in a particular category by
selecting the All item at the top of each category list. For
example, you can play all the songs by a particular artist.
receiver to the TV through the corresponding HDMI
cable.
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This receiver’s remote control buttons can be used for basic
playback of files stored on an iPod.
• Press iPod/USB to switch the remote control to the iPod/
USB operation mode.
MUTE
AUDIO
PARAMETER
TOOLS
MENU
TUNE
HOME
MENU
PTY
iPod CTRL
ENTER
T U NE
PRESET
• Pioneer cannot under any circumstances accept
responsibility for any direct or indirect loss arising from any
inconvenience or loss of recorded material resulting from
the iPod failure.
• About one minute is required between turning the power
on and completion of startup.
Basic playback controls
PRESET
Playing an iPod
1
2
3
DISP
4
5
6
CH
7
8
9
CH
SHIFT
Watching photos and video content
To view photos or video on your iPod, since video control is not
possible using this receiver, you must use the main controls
of your iPod instead.
Important
• VSX-527 only:
- In order to display the images or video on the iPod on the
receiver, an iPod cable sold separately is required.
- To play photos or video on your iPod, you must connect
the composite MONITOR OUT jack and TV. The photos
and video content will not appear if you have connected
using the HDMI output to your TV.
• iPod photos and video content can be viewed only when the
iPod is connected to the iPod VIDEO input on the front
panel.
• This feature can only be used with an iPod having video
output.
iPod CTRL to switch to the iPod controls for photo
1 Press
and video playback.
The receiver controls will be unavailable while you are
watching iPod videos or browsing photos.
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Basic playback
Playing a USB device
It is possible to play files using the USB interface on the front
of this receiver.
Important
• Pioneer cannot guarantee compatibility (operation and/or
bus power) with all USB mass storage devices and
assumes no responsibility for any loss of data that may
occur when connected to this receiver.
• About one minute is required between turning the power
on and completion of startup.
•
•
•
•
•
TOOLS
MENU
TUNE
HOME
MENU
PTY
iPod CTRL
ENTER
T U NE
1
2
3
DISP
4
5
6
CH
7
8
9
CH
SHIFT
Playing back photo files stored on a USB memory
device
Use / to select a folder, then press ENTER to browse
1 that
folder.
• For high resolution files, some time may be required
for the photo to appear.
• To return to the previous level any time, press RETURN.
The maximum number of levels that you can select in Step 1
(below) is 9.
• Note that non-Roman characters in the playlist are
displayed as ‘#’.
browsing until you arrive at what you want to
2 Continue
play, then press  to start playback.
Use / to select a folder, then press ENTER to browse
1 that
folder.
Basic playback controls
The selected content is displayed in full screen and a
slideshow starts.
T
TOP
MENU
E
• To return to the previous level any time, press RETURN.
browsing until you arrive at what you want to
2 Continue
play, then press  to start playback.
HOME
MENU
PTY
iPod CTRL
Basic playback controls
ENTER
T U NE
PRESET
•
Note
Compatible USB devices include external magnetic hard
drives, portable flash memory (particularly keydrives) and
digital audio players (MP3 players) of format FAT16/32.
Copyrighted audio files cannot be played back on this
receiver.
With large amounts of data, it may take longer for the
receiver to read the contents of a USB device.
If the file selected cannot be played back, this receiver
automatically skips to the next file playable.
When the file currently being played back has no title
assigned to it, the file name is displayed in the OSD instead;
when neither the album name nor the artist name is
present, the row is displayed as a blank space.
Make sure the receiver is in standby when disconnecting
the USB device.
Playing back audio files stored on a USB memory
device
AUDIO
PARAMETER
PRESET
• Change the receiver’s input to the iPod in one action by
pressing iPod iPhone iPad DIRECT CONTROL on the
front panel to enable iPod operations on the iPod.
When the display shows the names of folders and files,
you’re ready to play from the USB device.
If a USB Error message lights in the display, try following
the points below:
• Switch the receiver off, then on again.
• Reconnect the USB device with the receiver switched
off.
• Select another input source (like BD), then switch back
to iPod/USB.
• Use a dedicated AC adapter (supplied with the device)
for USB power.
If this doesn’t remedy the problem, it is likely your USB
device is incompatible.
MUTE
PRESET
Tip
Press iPod/USB on the remote control to switch the
3 receiver
to the iPod/USB input.
PRESET
iPod CTRL again to switch back to the receiver
2 Press
controls when you’re done.
BAND
RETURN
MUTE
This receiver’s remote control buttons can be used for basic
playback of files stored on USB devices.
• Press iPod/USB to switch the remote control to the iPod/
USB operation mode.
ENTER,  – Starts displaying a photo and playing a slideshow.
 – Stops the player and returns to the previous menu.
on the receiver and your TV.
1 Switch
See Connecting a USB device on page 21.
the TV input so that it connects to the receiver.
2 Switch
• Switch the TV input to the input that connects this
Tip
• Slideshows of photo files can be played while listening to
music files by returning to the folder/file list display while
playing a music file on a USB device then playing the photo
files.
receiver to the TV through the corresponding HDMI
cable.
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Basic playback
About playable file formats
FLAC
The USB function of this receiver supports the following file
formats. Note that some file formats are not available for
playback although they are listed as playable file formats.
.flacd
Music files
Extension
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Quantization bitrate
16 bit
Bitrate
VBR/CBR
2 ch
8 kbps to 320 kbps
Supported/Supported
Sampling frequency
Quantization bitrate
Channel
16 bit, 24 bit
2 ch
Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson multimedia.
b. Files encoded using Windows Media Codec 9 may be playable
but some parts of the specification are not supported;
specifically, Pro, Lossless, Voice.
c. Apple lossless encoding is not supported.
d. Uncompressed FLAC files are not supported. Pioneer does not
guarantee playback.
Photo files
WAV (LPCM)
.wav
Quantization bitrate
a. MPEG Layer-3 audio decoding technology licensed from
Sampling frequency
Channel
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz,
88.2 kHz, 96 kHz,
176.4 kHz, 192 kHz
Channel
Stream
MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3)
.mp3a
Sampling frequency
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz,
88.2 kHz, 96 kHz,
176.4 kHz, 192 kHz
16 bit, 24 bit
2 ch
Extension
Format
JPEG
.jpg
Meeting the following conditions:
• Baseline JPEG format
• Y:Cb:Cr - 4:2:2
WMA (WMA2/7/8/9)
.wmab
Sampling frequency
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Quantization bitrate
16 bit
Channel
Bitrate
VBR/CBR
2 ch
5 kbps to 320 kbps
Supported/Supported
AAC (MPEG-4 AAC LC, MPEG-4 HE AAC (aacPlus v1/2))
.m4ac
.aac
.3gp
.3g2
Sampling frequency
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Quantization bitrate
16 bit
Channel
Bitrate
VBR/CBR
2 ch
16 kbps to 320 kbps
Supported/Supported
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4
Basic playback
Bluetooth® ADAPTER for Wireless Enjoyment
of Music
Bluetooth wireless technology enabled device:
cell phone
Important
• Pioneer does not guarantee proper connection and
operation of this unit with all Bluetooth wireless technology
enabled devices.
• About one minute is required between turning the power
on and completion of startup.
Remote control operation
Bluetooth wireless technology enabled device:
Digital music player
Device not equipped with Bluetooth wireless
technology: Digital music player + Bluetooth
audio transmitter (sold commercially)
Music data
Bluetooth®
ADAPTER
This receiver
Remote control
operation
Wireless music play
When the Bluetooth ADAPTER (Pioneer Model No. AS-BT100
or AS-BT200) is connected to this unit, a product equipped
with Bluetooth wireless technology (portable cell phone,
digital music player, etc.) can be used to listen to music
wirelessly. Also, by using a commercially available transmitter
supporting Bluetooth wireless technology, you can listen to
music on a device not equipped with Bluetooth wireless
technology. The AS-BT100 and AS-BT200 model supports
SCMS-T contents protection, so music can also be enjoyed on
devices equipped with SCMS-T type Bluetooth wireless
technology.
• The Air Jam function cannot be used with the AS-BT100.
• It must be necessary that the Bluetooth wireless technology
enabled device supports A2DP profiles.
The remote control supplied with this unit allows you to play
and stop media, and perform other operations.
• It must be necessary that the Bluetooth wireless technology
enabled device supports AVRCP profiles.
• Remote control operations cannot be guaranteed for all
Bluetooth wireless technology enabled devices.
Pairing the Bluetooth ADAPTER and Bluetooth
wireless technology device
“Pairing” must be done before you start playback of Bluetooth
wireless technology content using Bluetooth ADAPTER. Make
sure to perform pairing first time you operate the system or
any time pairing data is cleared. “Pairing” is the step
necessary to register Bluetooth wireless technology device to
enable Bluetooth communications. For more details, see also
the operating instructions of your Bluetooth wireless
technology device.
• Pairing is required when you first use Bluetooth wireless
technology device and Bluetooth ADAPTER.
• To enable Bluetooth communication, pairing should be
done with both of your system and Bluetooth wireless
technology device.
• If the Bluetooth wireless technology device’s security code
is “0000”, there is no need to make the security code setting
on the receiver. Press ADAPTER to switch the ADAPTER
input, then conduct the pairing operation on the Bluetooth
wireless technology device. If pairing is successful, there is
no need to performing the pairing operation below.
• When using the AS-BT200 only: This unit complies with
Bluetooth Specifications Ver. 2.1. When this unit and
another device equipped with Bluetooth wireless
technology both comply with Bluetooth Specification Ver.
2.1, pairing of the two may be possible without the need for
inputting a password.
In this case, a passcode may be displayed on this receiver
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and on the device equipped with Bluetooth wireless
technology. If this happens, check that the same passcode
is displayed on this receiver and the device equipped with
Bluetooth wireless technology, then press ENTER. After
this, also perform the connection operation on the
Bluetooth device to be connected. If the passcode does not
match the code displayed on the Bluetooth device to be
connected, press RETURN to cancel pairing, then try
starting over.
Press ADAPTER to set the ADAPTER input, then conduct
the pairing operation on the Bluetooth wireless technology
device. If pairing is successful, there is no need to
performing the pairing operation below.
• Pair one unit at a time.
• When connecting this receiver by Bluetooth connections
with a device equipped with the Bluetooth function to listen
to music, do not connect any devices other than this
receiver by Bluetooth connection to the Bluetooth-equipped
device. If a Bluetooth connection is already established with
a device other than this receiver, disconnect the other
device before connecting this receiver.
ADAPTER to switch the receiver to ADAPTER
1 Press
input.
2 Press TOP MENU to select Bluetooth Setup.
3 Use / to select PIN, then press ENTER.
Use / to select one of PIN codes 0000, 1234 or 8888,
4 then
press ENTER.
You can use any of 0000/1234/8888 PIN codes.
Bluetooth wireless technology device using any other PIN
code cannot be used with this system.
Switch on the Bluetooth wireless technology device
5 that
you want to make pairing, place it near the system
and set it into the pairing mode.
to see that the Bluetooth ADAPTER is detected by
6 Check
the Bluetooth wireless technology device.
When Bluetooth wireless technology device is connected:
Bluetooth wireless technology device name appears in
the receiver display.
• The system can display alphanumeric characters only.
Other characters may not be displayed correctly.
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Basic playback
When Bluetooth wireless technology device is not
connected:
WAITING appears in the receiver display. In this case,
perform the connection operation from the side of the
Bluetooth wireless technology device.
From the Bluetooth wireless technology device list,
7 select
Bluetooth ADAPTER and enter the PIN code
selected in the step 4.
• PIN code may in some case be referred to as
PASSKEY.
Listening to Music Contents of Bluetooth wireless
technology device with Your System
1
Press ADAPTER to switch the receiver to ADAPTER
input.
The ADAPTER input can also be selected by pressing
SOUND RETRIEVER AIR on the front panel. In this case,
S.R AIR, the optimum listening mode, is selected
automatically.
the connection operation from the side of the
2 Perform
Bluetooth wireless technology device to the Bluetooth
ADAPTER.
• When the Bluetooth ADAPTER is not plugged into the
ADAPTER PORT terminal, NO ADP will be displayed if
ADAPTER input is selected.
Start playback of music contents stored in Bluetooth
3 wireless
technology device.
listening to a source, press
4 While
ADV SURR repeatedly to select S.R AIR.
RECEIVER then press
AIR JAM
Air Jam – a Pioneer-exclusive application and available for
free.
Air Jam lets you connect multi compatible devices to this unit
using Bluetooth wireless technology. With it, you can make a
group playlist directly on a supported device to play in your
home theater through the unit. You and your friends can add
songs from your devices to the playlist. Also Air Jam lets you
delete the song before anyone has to hear it.
ADAPTER to switch the receiver to ADAPTER
1 Press
input.
2 Press TOP MENU to select Bluetooth Setup.
3 Use / to select ‘Air Jam’, then press ENTER.
4 Use / to select ‘Air Jam ON’, then press ENTER.
For more details on using Air Jam, access our website.
http://pioneer.jp/support/soft/iapp_airjam/en.html
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered
trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such
marks by PIONEER CORPORATION is under license. Other
trademarks and trade names are those of their respective
owners.
This receiver’s remote control buttons can be used for
basic playback of files stored on the Bluetooth wireless
technology device.
• Bluetooth wireless technology device should be
compatible with AVRCP profile.
• Depending on Bluetooth wireless technology device
you use, operation may differ from what is shown in
the remote control buttons.
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4
Basic playback
Improving FM sound
Listening to the radio
The following steps show you how to tune in to FM and AM
radio broadcasts using the automatic (search) and manual
(step) tuning functions. Once you are tuned to a station you
can memorize the frequency for recall later—see Saving
station presets below for more on how to do this.
AUDIO
PARAMETER
If the TUNE or ST indicators don’t light when tuning to an FM
station because the signal is weak, set the receiver to the
mono reception mode.
BAND to select FM MONO.
 Press
This should improve the sound quality and allow you to
enjoy the broadcast.
TOOLS
MENU
TOP
MENU
Listening to station presets
You will need to have some presets stored to do this. See
Saving station presets above if you haven’t done this already.
PRESET
PRESET
Saving station presets
ENTER
HOME
MENU
PTY
iPod CTRL
MUTE
1 Press TUNER to select the tuner.
BAND to change the band (FM or AM), if necessary.
2 Use
Each press switches the band between FM (stereo or
If you often listen to a particular radio station, it’s convenient
to have the receiver store the frequency for easy recall
whenever you want to listen to that station. This saves the
effort of manually tuning in each time. This unit can memorize
up to 30 stations.
ENTER
INPUT
HOME
MENU
PTY
iPod CTRL
to a station.
3 Tune
There are three ways to do this:
Automatic tuning
To search for stations in the currently selected band,
press and hold TUNE / for about a second. The
receiver will start searching for the next station, stopping
when it has found one. Repeat to search for other
stations.
Manual tuning
To change the frequency one step at a time, press
TUNE /.
High speed tuning
Press and hold TUNE / for high speed tuning.
Release the button at the frequency you want.
• You can also use the number buttons on the remote
control to recall the station preset.
For easier identification, you can name all of your preset
stations.
SOURCE
mono) and AM.
Press PRESET / to select the station preset you
 want.
Naming preset stations
AUDIO
PARAMETER
TOP
MENU
RECEIVER SLEEP
Note
• If the receiver is left disconnected from the AC power outlet
for over a month, the station memories will be lost and will
have to be reprogrammed.
• Stations are stored in stereo. When the station is stored in
the FM MONO mode, it shows as ST when recalled.
MUTE
the station preset you want to name.
1 Choose
See Listening to station presets above for how to do this.
TOOLS twice.
2 Press
The cursor at the first character position is blinking on
the display.
the name you want.
3 Input
Choose a name up to eight characters long.
1
2
3
DISP
to a station you want to memorize.
1 Tune
See Listening to the radio above for more on this.
TOOLS.
2 Press
The display shows PRESET, then a blinking MEM and
station preset.
Press PRESET / to select the station preset you
3 want.
You can also use the number buttons.
ENTER.
4 Press
The preset number stop blinking and the receiver stores
the station.
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• Use PRESET / to select character position.
• Use TUNE / to select characters.
• The name is stored when ENTER is pressed.
Tip
• To erase a station name, follow steps 1 and 2, and press
ENTER while the display is blank. Press TOOLS while the
display is blank, to keep the previous name.
• Once you have named a station preset, Press DISP to show
the name. When you want to return to the frequency
display, press DISP several times to show the frequency.
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Basic playback
Radio Data System (RDS) is a system used by most FM radio
stations to provide listeners with various kinds of
information—the name of the station and the kind of show
they’re broadcasting, for example.
One feature of RDS is that you can search by type of program.
For example, you can search for a station that’s broadcasting
a show with the program type, JAZZ.
You can search the following program types:
NEWS – News
AFFAIRS – Current Affairs
INFO – General Information
SPORT – Sport
EDUCATE – Educational
DRAMA – Radio plays, etc.
CULTURE – National or
regional culture, theater, etc.
SCIENCE – Science and
technology
VARIED – Usually talk-based
material, such as quiz shows
or interviews.
POP M – Pop music
ROCK M – Rock music
EASY M – Easy listening
LIGHT M – ‘Light’ classical
music
CLASSICS – ‘Serious’ classical
music
OTHER M – Music not fitting
above categories
WEATHER – Weather reports
Displaying RDS information
AUDIO
PARAMETER
An introduction to RDS
FINANCE – Stock market
reports, commerce, trading,
etc.
CHILDREN – Programs for
children
SOCIAL – Social affairs
RELIGION – Programs
concerning religion
PHONE IN – Public expressing
their views by phone
TRAVEL – Holiday-type travel
rather than traffic
announcements
LEISURE – Leisure interests
and hobbies
JAZZ – Jazz
COUNTRY – Country music
NATION M – Popular music in
a language other than English
OLDIES – Popular music from
the ’50s and ’60s
FOLK M – Folk music
DOCUMENT – Documentary
Note
• In addition, there are three other program types, ALARM,
ALARMTST, and NO TYPE. ALARM and ALARMTST are
used for emergency announcements. NO TYPE appears
when a program type cannot be found.
TOP
MENU
RECEIVER SLEEP
Use the DISP button to display the different types of RDS
information available.
SOURCE
DISP for RDS information.
 Press
Each press changes the display as follows:
ENTER
INPUT
MUTE
1
2
3
DISP
Searching for RDS programs
You can search for a program type listed above.
TUNER then press BAND to select the FM band.
1 Press
• RDS is only possible in the FM band.
PTY.
2 Press
SEARCH shows in the display.
Press PRESET / to select the program type you
3 want
to hear.
Press ENTER to search for the program type.
4 The system starts searching through the station presets
for a match, stopping when it was found one. Repeat to
search for other stations.
If NO PTY is displayed it means the tuner couldn’t find
that program type at the time of the search.
• RDS searches station presets only. If no stations have
been preset, or if the program type could not be found
among the station presets NO PTY is displayed.
FINISH means the search is complete.
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• Listening mode
• Master volume
• Radio Text (RT) – Messages sent by the radio station.
For example, a talk radio station may provide a phone
number as RT.
• Program Service Name (PS) – The name of the radio
station.
• Program Type (PTY) – This indicates the kind of
program currently being broadcast.
• Current tuner frequency (FREQ)
Note
• If any noise is picked up while displaying the RT scroll,
some characters may be displayed incorrectly.
• If you see NO TEXT in the RT display, it means no RT data
is sent from the broadcast station. The display will
automatically switch to the PS data display (if no PS data,
NO NAME is displayed).
• In the PTY display, NO PTY may be shown.
Chapter
Choosing the listening mode
This receiver offers a variety of listening modes to
accommodate playback of various audio formats. Choose one
according to your speaker environment or the source.
listening to a source, press the listening mode
 While
button repeatedly to select a listening mode you want.
Note
• Stereo surround (matrix) formats are decoded accordingly
using NEO:6 CINEMA or DOLBY PLIIx MOVIE (see
Listening in surround sound below for more on these
decoding formats).
• When listening to the ADAPTER input, the S.R AIR feature
is selected automatically (see Using the Advanced surround
on page 35 for more on this).
Listening in surround sound
ALC/
STANDARD
ALC/
STANDARD SURR
Type of surround
modes
Suitable sources
Two channel sources
STEREO ALC
See above.
–
–
DOLBY PLIIx MOVIE
Movie
Yesa
No
No
–
Music
Yesa
No
No
–
Video games
Yesa
No
DOLBY PLII MOVIE
AUDIO
PARAMETER
DISPLAY
BAND
TOOLS
MENU
TUNER EDIT
AUTO SURROUND/
ALC/
STREAM DIRECT STANDARD SURR
ADVANCED
SURROUND
TUNE
SOUND
iPod iPhone iPad
RETRIEVER AIR DIRECT CONTROL
• The listening mode is shown on the display on the front
panel.
Important
• The listening modes and many features described in this
section may not be available depending on the current
source, settings and status of the receiver.
Auto playback
AUTO/
DIRECT
AUTO SURROUND/
STREAM DIRECT
Using this receiver, you can listen to any source in surround
sound. However, the options available will depend on your
speaker setup and the type of source you’re listening to.
• If the source is Dolby Digital, DTS, or Dolby Surround
encoded, the proper decoding format will automatically be
selected and shows in the display.
When you select STEREO ALC (Auto Level Control stereo
mode), this unit equalizes playback sound levels if each sound
level varies with the music source recorded in a portable
audio player.
When you select STEREO, you will hear the source through
just the front left and right speakers (and possibly your
subwoofer depending on your speaker settings). Dolby Digital
and DTS multichannel sources are downmixed to stereo.
The following modes provide basic surround sound for stereo
and multichannel sources.
Explanatory notes
No: No connected / Yes: Connected / Two: Two speakers are
connected / –: Whether connected or no
The simplest, most direct listening option is the AUTO
SURROUND feature. With this, the receiver automatically
detects what kind of source you’re playing and selects
multichannel or stereo playback as necessary.
• Press AUTO/DIRECT repeatedly until AUTO SURROUND
shows briefly in the display (it will then show the decoding
or playback format). Check the digital format indicators in
the display to see how the source is being processed.
Front height
speakers
Listening to your system
Surround back
speaker(s)
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DOLBY PLIIx MUSICb
DOLBY PLII MUSICb
DOLBY PLIIx GAME
DOLBY PLII GAME
No
–
No
Yes
DOLBY PLIIz HEIGHTc
Movie/Music
NEO:6 CINEMAd
Movie
–
–
NEO:6 MUSICd
Music
–
–
DOLBY PRO LOGIC
Old movies
Straight Decodee
No additional effects
STEREOf
See above.
–
–
No
–
–
–
Multichannel sources
STEREO ALC
See above.
–
–
DOLBY PLIIx MOVIE
Movie
Two
No
DOLBY PLIIx MUSICb
Music
Yes
No
DOLBY DIGITAL EX
Movie/Music
Yes
No
DTS-ES
Movie/Music
Yes
No
DTS NEO:6
Movie/Music
Yes
No
DOLBY PLIIz HEIGHT
Movie/Music
No
Yes
Straight Decodee
No additional effects
–
–
STEREOf
See above.
–
–
a. If surround back channel processing (page 36) is switched off,
or the surround back speakers are set to NO, DOLBY PLIIx
becomes DOLBY PLII (5.1 channel sound).
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Listening to your system
b. You can also adjust the C.WIDTH, DIMEN., and PNRM. effect
(see Setting the Audio options on page 37).
c. You can also adjust the H.GAIN effect (see Setting the Audio
options on page 37).
d. You can also adjust the C.IMG effect (see Setting the Audio
options on page 37).
e. • In case of VSX-827: Cannot be selected when the Speaker
System is set to Surr. Back (see The Speaker System setting
(VSX-827 only) on page 50).
• In case of VSX-527: Cannot be selected when the Pre Out is
set to Surr. Back (see The Pre Out Setting (VSX-527 only) on
page 51).
f. The audio is heard with your surround settings and you can still
use the Midnight, Loudness, Phase Control, Sound Retriever
and Tone functions.
Note
• In modes that give 6.1 channel sound, the same signal is
heard from both surround back speakers.
Using the Advanced surround
ADV SURR
ADVANCED
SURROUND
The Advanced surround feature creates a variety of surround
effects. Try different modes with various soundtracks to see
which you like.
ACTION
Designed for action movies with dynamic
soundtracks.
DRAMA
Designed for movies with lots of dialog.
ENT.SHOW
Suitable for musical sources.
F.S.S.ADVANCE
(Front Stage
Surround
ADVANCE)
Allows you to create natural surround
sound effects using just the front speakers
and the subwoofer.
Use to provide a rich surround sound effect
directed to the center of where the front left
and right speakers sound projection area
converges.
Front left
speaker
Front right
speaker
Using the Sound Retriever
When audio data is removed during the compression
process, sound quality often suffers from an uneven sound
image. The Sound Retriever feature employs new DSP
technology that helps bring CD quality sound back to
compressed 2-channel audio by restoring sound pressure
and smoothing jagged artifacts left over after compression.
RECEIVER SLEEP
SOURCE
INPUT
1
2
3
DISP
4
5
6
CH
7
8
9
CLR
0
ENTER
CH
SHIFT
, then press S.RETRIEVER to switch the
 Press
S.RTV (Sound Retriever) ON or OFF.
RECEIVER
S.R AIR
(Sound Retriever
AIR)
Suitable for listening to the sound from a
Bluetooth wireless technology device.
The S.R AIR listening mode can only
selected when the ADAPTER input.
PHONES SURR
When listening through headphones, you
can still get the effect of overall surround
Note
• The Sound Retriever is only applicable to 2-channel
sources.
Listening with Acoustic Calibration EQ
Using Stream Direct
AUTO/
DIRECT
AUTO SURROUND/
STREAM DIRECT
Use the Stream Direct modes when you want to hear the
truest possible reproduction of a source. All unnecessary
signal processing is bypassed.
ADVANCED GAME Suitable for video games.
AUTO SURROUND See Auto playback on page 34.
SPORTS
Suitable for sports programs.
DIRECT
CLASSICAL
Gives a large concert hall-type sound
ROCK/POP
Creates a live concert sound for rock and/or
pop music.
UNPLUGGED
Suitable for acoustic music sources.
EXT.STEREO
Gives multichannel sound to a stereo
source, using all of your speakers
PURE DIRECT
Sources are heard according to the settings
made in the Manual SP Setup (speaker
setting, channel level, speaker distance), as
well as with dual mono settings. You will
hear sources according to the number of
channels in the signal.
Phase Control, Acoustic Calibration EQ,
Sound Delay, Auto Delay, LFE Attenuate
and Center image functions are available.
Analog and PCM sources are heard without
any digital processing.
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You can listen to sources using the Acoustic Calibration
Equalization set in Automatically setting up for surround
sound (MCACC) on page 23. Refer to these pages for more on
Acoustic Calibration Equalization.
RECEIVER SLEEP
1
2
3
DISP
4
5
6
CH
SOURCE
7
8
9
CLR
0
ENTER
INPUT
CH
SHIFT
listening to a source, press
, then press
 While
EQ to switch the EQ (Acoustic Calibration EQ) ON or
RECEIVER
OFF.
The MCACC indicator on the front panel lights when
Acoustic Calibration EQ is active.
• You can’t use Acoustic Calibration EQ with Stream
Direct mode and it has no effect with headphones.
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Listening to your system
Better sound using Phase Control
Using surround back channel processing
Setting the Up Mix function
This receiver’s Phase Control feature uses phase correction
measures to make sure your sound source arrives at the
listening position in phase, preventing unwanted distortion
and/or coloring of the sound.
Phase Control technology provides coherent sound
reproduction through the use of phase matching for an
optimal sound image at your listening position. The default
setting is on and we recommend leaving Phase Control
switched on for all sound sources.
You can have the receiver automatically use 6.1 or 7.1
decoding for 6.1 encoded sources (for example, Dolby Digital
EX or DTS-ES), or you can choose to always use 6.1 or 7.1
decoding (for example, with 5.1 encoded material). With 5.1
encoded sources, a surround back channel will be generated,
but the material may sound better in the 5.1 format for which
it was originally encoded (in which case, you can simply
switch surround back channel processing off).
• With a 7.1-channel surround system, audio signals that
have undergone matrix decoding processing through
surround back channel processing to which the Up Mix
function is added are output from the surround back
speakers.
In a 7.1-channel surround system with surround speakers
placed directly at the sides of the listening position, the
surround sound of 5.1-channel sources is heard from the side.
The Up Mix function mixes the sound of the surround
speakers with the surround back speakers so that the
surround sound is heard from diagonally to the rear as it
should be.
• Using the Up Mix function is effective when the speakers in
the 7.1-channel surround system are set up as
recommended in the example on page 11.
• Depending on the positions of the speakers and the sound
source, in some cases it may not be possible to achieve
good results. In this case, set the setting to OFF.
RECEIVER SLEEP
1
2
3
DISP
4
5
6
CH
SOURCE
7
8
9
CLR
0
ENTER
INPUT
CH
1
SHIFT
listening to a source, press
, then press
 While
PHASE to switch the P.CTL (Phase Control) ON or OFF.
RECEIVER SLEEP
SOURCE
RECEIVER
•
•
•
•
•
Note
Phase matching is a very important factor in achieving
proper sound reproduction. If two waveforms are ‘in phase’,
they crest and trough together, resulting in increased
amplitude, clarity and presence of the sound signal. If a
crest of a wave meets a trough, then the sound will be ‘out
of phase’ and an unreliable sound image will be produced.
If your subwoofer has a phase control switch, set it to the
plus (+) sign (or 0°). However, the effect you can actually
feel when Phase Control is set to ON on this receiver
depends on the type of your subwoofer. Set your subwoofer
to maximize the effect. It is also recommended you try
changing the orientation or the place of your subwoofer.
Set the built-in lowpass filter switch of your subwoofer to
OFF. If this cannot be done on your subwoofer, set the
cutoff frequency to a higher value.
If the speaker distance is not properly set, you may not have
a maximized Phase Control effect.
The Phase Control mode cannot be set to ON in the
following cases:
- When the PURE DIRECT mode is switched on.
- When the headphones are connected.
2
3
UP MIX OFF
UP MIX ON
DISP
4
5
6
CH
7
8
9
CH
CLR
0
ENTER
L SW C
R
L SW C
R
SL
SR
SL
SR
SHIFT
INPUT
Press
, then press SB CH repeatedly to cycle
 the
surround back channel options.
RECEIVER
Each press cycles through the options as follows:
• SB ON – Matrix decoding processing for generating
the surround back component from the surround
component is turned on.
• SB AUTO – Matrix decoding processing for generating
the surround back component from the surround
component is switched automatically. Matrix
decoding processing is only performed when surround
back channel signals are detected in the input signals.
• SB OFF – Matrix decoding processing for generating
the surround back component from the surround
component is turned off.
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SBL
SBR
SBL
SBR
1 Switch the receiver into standby.
While holding down PRESET  on the front panel, and
2 hold
the STANDBY/ON for about two seconds.
UP MIX: OFF appears and the Up Mix function turns off.
If you want to turn this function on, perform steps 1 and
2 again.
• When set to ON, the
panel lights.
(Up Mix) indicator on the front
Note
• Set to ON regardless of this setting when playing DTS-HD
signals.
• May automatically be set to OFF even when set to ON,
depending on the input signal and listening mode.
• If the Network Standby is set to ON, you may not be able
to set the Up Mix function.
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Listening to your system
Setting the Audio options
There are a number of additional sound settings you can
make using the AUDIO PARAMETER menu. The defaults, if
not stated, are listed in bold.
Important
• Note that if a setting doesn’t appear in the AUDIO
PARAMETER menu, it is unavailable due to the current
source, settings and status of the receiver.
RECEIVER SLEEP
SOURCE
INPUT
1
/ to select the setting you want to adjust.
2 Use
Depending on the current status/mode of the receiver,
Press RECEIVER , then press AUDIO PARAMETER.
certain options may not be able to be selected. Check the
table below for notes on this.
/ to set it as necessary.
3 Use
See the table below for the options available for each
setting.
4
Setting/What it does
Option(s)
EQ (Acoustic Calibration EQ)
Switches on/off the effect of Acoustic
Calibration EQ.
S.DELAY (Sound Delay)
Some monitors have a slight delay when
showing video, so the soundtrack will be
slightly out of sync with the picture. By adding
a bit of delay, you can adjust the sound to
match the presentation of the video.
MIDNIGHT/LOUDNESSa
The MIDNIGHT allows you to hear effective
surround sound of movies at low volumes.
The LOUDNESS is used to get good bass and
treble from music sources at low volumes.
S.RTV (Sound Retriever)b
When audio data is removed during the
compression process, sound quality often
suffers from an uneven sound image. The
Sound Retriever feature employs new DSP
technology that helps bring CD quality sound
back to compressed 2-channel audio by
restoring sound pressure and smoothing
jagged artifacts left over after compression.
DUAL MONOd
Specifies how dual mono encoded Dolby
Digital soundtracks should be played.
Press RETURN to confirm and exit the menu.
ON
OFF
0.0 to 9.0
(frames)
1 second = 25
frames (PAL)
Default: 0.0
M/L OFF
MIDNIGHT
LOUDNESS
OFFc
ON
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DRC (Dynamic Range Control)
Adjusts the level of dynamic range for movie
soundtracks optimized for Dolby Digital, DTS,
Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD
and DTS-HD Master Audio (you may need to
use this feature when listening to surround
sound at low volumes).
LFE ATT (LFE Attenuate)
Some Dolby Digital and DTS audio sources
include ultra-low bass tones. Set the LFE
attenuator as necessary to prevent the ultralow bass tones from distorting the sound from
the speakers.
The LFE is not limited when set to 0 dB, which
is the recommended value. When set to –15
dB, the LFE is limited by the respective
degree. When OFF is selected, no sound is
output from the LFE channel.
SACD G. (SACD Gain)f
Brings out detail in SACDs by maximizing the
dynamic range (during digital processing).
CH1 – Channel 1
is heard only
CH2 – Channel 2
is heard only
CH1 CH2 – Both
channels heard
from front
speakers
F.PCM (Fixed PCM)
This is useful if you find there is a slight delay
before OFF recognizes the PCM signal on a
CD, for instance.
When ON is selected, noise may be output
during playback of non-PCM sources. Please
select another input signal if this is a problem.
Setting/What it does
OFF
ON
HDMI (HDMI Audio)
Specifies the routing of the HDMI audio signal
out of this receiver (AMP) or through to a TV
(THRU). When THRU is selected, no sound is
output from this receiver.
Option(s)
AUTOe
MAX
MID
OFF
0 (0 dB)
5 (–5 dB)
10 (–10 dB)
15 (–15 dB)
20 (–20 dB)
** (OFF)
0 (0 dB)
+6 (+6 dB)
AMP
THRU
A.DLY (Auto Delay)g
This feature automatically corrects the audioto-video delay between components
connected with an HDMI cable. The audio
delay time is set depending on the operational
status of the display connected with an HDMI
cable. The video delay time is automatically
adjusted according to the audio delay time.
OFF
C.WIDTH (Center Width)h
(Applicable only when using a center speaker)
Spreads the center channel between the front
right and left speakers, making it sound wider
(higher settings) or narrower (lower settings).
0 to 7
Default: 3
ON
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Listening to your system
Setting/What it does
Option(s)
DIMEN (Dimension)
Adjusts the surround sound balance from
front to back, making the sound more distant
(minus settings), or more forward (positive
settings).
–3 to +3
Default: 0
PNRM. (Panorama)h
Extends the front stereo image to include
surround speakers for a ‘wraparound’ effect.
OFF
h
i.
Only when listening to 2-channel sources in NEO:6 CINEMA
and NEO:6 MUSIC mode.
ON
0 to 10
C.IMG (Center Image)i
Default: 3
(Applicable only when using a center speaker)
(NEO:6
MUSIC),
Adjust the center image to create a wider
10 (NEO:6
stereo effect with vocals. Adjust the effect
CINEMA)
from 0 (all center channel sent to front right
and left speakers) to 10 (center channel sent
to the center speaker only).
H.GAIN (Height Gain)
Adjusts the output from the front height
speaker when listening in DOLBY PLIIz
HEIGHT mode. If set to H, the sound from the
top will be more emphasized.
L (Low)
M (Mid)
H (High)
a. You can change the MIDNIGHT/LOUDNESS options at any
time by using MIDNIGHT button.
b. You can change the Sound Retriever feature at any time by
using S.RETRIEVER button.
c. The default setting when the iPod/USB, ADAPTER,
NETRADIO, M.SERVER or FAVORITE input is selected is ON.
d. This setting works only with dual mono encoded Dolby Digital
and DTS soundtracks.
e. The initial set AUTO is only available for Dolby TrueHD signals.
Select MAX or MID for signals other than Dolby TrueHD.
f. You shouldn’t have any problems using this with most SACD
discs, but if the sound distorts, it is best to switch the gain
setting back to 0 dB.
g. This feature is only available when the connected display
supports the automatic audio/video synchronizing capability
(‘lip-sync’) for HDMI. If you find the automatically set delay time
unsuitable, set A.DLY to OFF and adjust the delay time
manually. For more details about the lip-sync feature of your
display, contact the manufacturer directly.
h. Only available with 2-channel sources in DOLBY PLII MUSIC
mode.
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Chapter
6
Playback with NETWORK features
Introduction
This receiver is equipped with the LAN terminal and you can
enjoy the following features by connecting your components
to these terminals.
Listening to Internet radio stations
You can select and listen to your favorite Internet radio station
from the list of Internet radio stations created, edited, and
managed by the vTuner database service exclusively for use
with the Pioneer products.
See Playback with Network functions on page 40 and Listening
to Internet radio stations on page 40.
Playback the music files stored in PCs
You can playback a lot of musics stored in your PCs using this
unit.
• Besides a PC, you can also play back audio files stored on
your other components with the built-in media server
function based on DLNA 1.0 or DLNA 1.5 framework and
protocols (i.e. network-capable hard disks and audio
systems).
See Playback with Network functions on page 40 and Playing
back audio files stored on components on the network on
page 41.
Note
• To listen to Internet radio stations, you must sign a contract
with an ISP (Internet Service Provider) beforehand.
• Photo or video files cannot be played back.
• With Windows Media Player 11 or Windows Media Player
12, you can even play back copyrighted audio files on this
receiver.
About playable DLNA network devices
This unit allows you to play music on media servers connected
on an identical Local Area Network (LAN) as the receiver. This
unit allows for the playing of files stored on the following
devices:
• PCs running Microsoft Windows Vista or XP with Windows
Media Player 11 installed
• PCs running Microsoft Windows 7 with Windows Media
Player 12 installed
• DLNA-compatible digital media servers (on PCs or other
components)
Files stored in a PC or DMS (Digital Media Server) as
described above can be played via command from an external
Digital Media Controller (DMC). Devices controlled by this
DMC to play files are called DMRs (Digital Media Renderers).
This receiver supports this DMR function. When in the DMR
mode, such operations as playing and stopping files can be
performed from the external controller. Volume adjustment
and the muting control are also possible. The DMR mode is
canceled if the remote control unit is operated while in the
DMR mode (aside from certain buttons, including the
VOLUME +/–, MUTE and DISP).
• Depending on the external controller being used, playback
may be interrupted when the volume is adjusted from the
controller. In this case, adjust the volume from the receiver
or remote control.
Using AirPlay on iPod touch, iPhone, iPad, and
iTunes
AirPlay works with iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod
touch (4th, 3rd and 2nd generations), iPad 2, iPad with iOS 4.2
or later, and iTunes 10.1 (Mac and PC) or later.
To use AirPlay, select your receiver on your iPod touch,
iPhone, iPad or in iTunes. *1
The receiver’s input will switch automatically to AirPlay when
AirPlay is in use. *2
The following operations can be performed when in AirPlay
mode:
• Adjustment of the receiver’s volume from iPod touch,
iPhone, iPad or iTunes.
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• Pause/resume, next/previous track, and shuffle/repeat
from the remote control of the receiver. (Press NETWORK
to switch the remote control to the network operation
mode.)
*1: For more information, see the Apple website (http://
www.apple.com).
*2: The receiver’s power automatically turns on when
Network Standby is set to ON (page 52).
Note
• A network environment is required to use AirPlay.
• AirPlay provided on this receiver has been developed and
tested based on the software versions for the iPod, iPhone,
iPad and the software versions for iTunes that are indicated
on the Pioneer website. AirPlay may not be compatible with
iPod, iPhone, iPad or iTunes software versions other than
those indicated on the Pioneer website.
About the DHCP server function
To play back audio files stored on components on the network
or listen to Internet radio stations, you must turn on the DHCP
server function of your router. In case your router does not
have the built-in DHCP server function, it is necessary to set
up the network manually. Otherwise, you cannot play back
audio files stored on components on the network or listen to
Internet radio stations. See The Network Setup menu on
page 41 for more on this.
Authorizing this receiver
This receiver must be authorized to enable playback. This
happens automatically when the receiver makes a connection
over the network to the PC. If not, please authorize this
receiver manually on the PC. The authorization (or
permission) method for access varies depending on the type
of server currently being connected. For more information on
authorizing this receiver, refer to the instruction manual of
your server.
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Playback with NETWORK features
Important
• In case a domain is configured in a Windows network
environment, you cannot access a PC on the network while
you are logged onto the domain. Instead of logging onto the
domain, log onto the local machine.
• There are cases where the time elapsed may not be
correctly displayed.
• About one minute is required between turning the power
on and completion of startup.
1
Press NETWORK repeatedly to select the category you
want to play back.
It may take several seconds for this receiver to access the
network.
Select a category from the following list:
• NETRADIO – Internet radio
• M.SERVER – Server components on the network
(Media server)
• FAVORITE – Favorite songs currently being registered
Depending on the selected category, the names of
folders, files, and Internet radio stations are displayed.
Press / to scroll up and down the list and select the
desired item. When you press ENTER, playback starts
with the playback screen being displayed for the selected
item. To return to the list screen, press RETURN.
When the list screen is displayed from the playback
screen, the playback screen reappears automatically if
no operation is performed for 10 seconds while the list
screen is displayed.
Only audio files with the
mark can be played. In case
of the folders with the
mark, use / and ENTER to
select the desired folder and audio files.
shown below.
• Internet radio stations – See Listening to Internet radio
stations below.
• Media server – See Playing back audio files stored on
components on the network on page 41.
• Favorites – See Playing back your favorite songs on
page 41.
Basic playback controls
You can perform the following operations with the remote
control of this receiver. Note that some buttons are not
available for operation depending on the category currently
being played back.
NETWORK to switch the remote control to the
 Press
NETRADIO, M.SERVER or FAVORITE operation mode.
MUTE
AUDIO
PARAMETER
HOME
MENU
PTY
iPod CTRL
ENTER
1
2
3
DISP
4
5
6
CH
7
8
9
CLR
0
ENTER
CH
SHIFT
T U NE
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Listening to Internet radio stations
Internet radio is an audio broadcasting service transmitted via
the Internet. There are a large number of Internet radio
stations broadcasting a variety of services from every corner
of the world. Some are hosted, managed, and broadcast by
private individuals while others are by the corresponding
traditional terrestrial radio stations or radio networks.
Whereas terrestrial, or OTA (over-the-air), radio stations are
geographically restricted on the range of radio waves
broadcast from a transmitter through the air, Internet radio
stations are accessible from anywhere in the world, as long as
there is a connection to the Internet, as services are not
transmitted through the air but are delivered over the World
Wide Web. On this receiver you can select Internet radio
stations by genre as well as by region.
Depending on the Internet line conditions, the sound may not
be smooth when playing Internet radio.
About list of Internet radio
The list of Internet radio stations on this receiver is created,
edited, and managed by the vTuner database service
exclusively for use with this receiver. For details about vTuner,
see vTuner on page 45.
Saving and retrieving Internet radio stations
TUNE
PRESET
Use / to select the folder, music files or Internet
2 radio
station to play back, and then press ENTER.
step 2 to play back the desired song.
3 Repeat
For detailed operating instructions, refer to the section
PRESET
Playback with Network functions
You can easily save and retrieve saved Internet radio stations.
See Playing back your favorite songs on page 41 for more on
this.
• To listen to Internet radio stations, you must have highspeed broadband Internet access. With a 56 K or ISDN
modem, you may not enjoy the full benefits of Internet
radio.
• The port number varies depending on the Internet radio
station. Check the firewall settings.
• A list of Internet radio stations provided by the vTuner
database service is subject to change or deletion without
notice due to various reasons.
• Broadcasts may be stopped or interrupted depending on
the Internet radio station. In this case, you cannot listen to
a radio station selected from the list of Internet radio
stations.
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Playback with NETWORK features
Registering broadcast stations not on the vTuner list
from the special Pioneer site
With the receiver, broadcast stations not included on the list
of station distributed by vTuner can be registered and played.
Check the access code required for registration on the
receiver, use this access code to access the special Pioneer
Internet radio site and register the desired broadcast stations
in your favorites. The address of the special Pioneer Internet
radio site is:
http://www.radio-pioneer.com
the Internet Radio list screen.
1 Display
To display the Internet Radio list screen, perform step 1 at
Playback with Network functions on page 40.
2 Use / to select ‘Help’, then press ENTER.
/ to select ‘Get access code’, then press ENTER.
3 Use
The access code required for registration on the special
Pioneer Internet radio site is displayed. Make a memo of
this address.
The following can be checked on the Help screen:
• Get access code – The access code required for
registration on the special Pioneer Internet radio site is
displayed.
• Show Your WebID/PW – After registering on the
special Pioneer Internet radio site, the registered ID
and password are displayed.
• Reset Your WebID/PW – Resets all the information
registered on the special Pioneer Internet radio site.
When reset, all the registered broadcast stations are
also cleared. If you want to listen to the same stations,
re-register after resetting.
the special Pioneer Internet radio site from your
4 Access
computer and perform the registration process.
http://www.radio-pioneer.com
Access the above site and use the access code in step 3
to perform user registration, following the instructions on
the screen.
the desired broadcast stations as your
5 Register
favorites, following the instructions on the computer’s
screen.
Both broadcast stations not on the vTuner list and
stations on the vTuner list can be registered. In this case
they are registered on the receiver as favorite broadcast
stations and can be played.
Playing back audio files stored on components on
the network
This unit allows you to play music on media servers connected
on an identical Local Area Network (LAN) as the receiver. This
unit allows for the playing of files stored on the following
devices:
• PCs running Microsoft Windows Vista or XP with Windows
Media Player 11 installed
• PCs running Microsoft Windows 7 with Windows Media
Player 12 installed
• DLNA-compatible digital media servers (on PCs or other
components)
The Network Setup menu
Setting up the network to listen to Internet radio on this
receiver.
NETWORK repeatedly to switch the receiver to
1 Press
NETRADIO input.
HOME MENU.
2 Press
Network Setup menu appears on your TV. Use ///
 and ENTER on the remote control to navigate through
the screens and select menu items. Press RETURN to
exit the current menu.
• Press HOME MENU at any time to exit the Network
Setup menu.
the setting you want to adjust.
3 Select
• Network Configuration
- IP Address, Proxy – Sets up the IP address/Proxy of
this receiver (see below).
- Friendly Name – The name of the receiver displayed
Playing back your favorite songs
Up to 64 favorite tracks on the media server and/or Internet
radio stations can be registered in the Favorites folder. Note
that only the audio files stored on components on the network
can be registered.
•
Registering and deleting audio files and Internet
radio stations in and from the Favorites folder
•
1
the track or Internet radio station you want to
2 With
register selected, press +Favorite.
Press NETWORK to switch the remote control to the
M.SERVER or NETRADIO operation mode.
The selected song or Internet radio station is then
registered in the Favorite.
Note
• To delete tracks or Internet radio stations that have been
registered, set the input to FAVORITE, select the track or
station to be deleted, then press CLEAR button.
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•
•
on a computer or other device connected to the
network can be changed (see below).
- Parental Lock – Restricts usage of network
functions (page 42).
Language – Language can be set the NETWORK
function OSD screen (page 43).
Firmware Update – Use to update the receiver’s
software and check the version (page 43).
Factory Reset – Use to reset all network connection
settings to their initial, factory-setting condition
(page 43).
System Info – You can check the network settings of
this receiver (page 43).
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Network Configuration
IP address/Proxy setting
In case the router connected to the LAN terminal on this
receiver is a broadband router (with a built-in DHCP server
function), simply turn on the DHCP server function, and you
will not need to set up the network manually. You must set up
the network as described below only when you have
connected this receiver to a broadband router without a
DHCP server function. Before you set up the network, consult
with your ISP or the network manager for the required
settings. It is advised that you also refer to the operation
manual supplied with your network component.
• IP Address
The IP address to be entered must be defined within the
following ranges. If the IP address defined is beyond the
following ranges, you cannot play back audio files stored on
components on the network or listen to Internet radio
stations.
Class A: 10.0.0.1 to 10.255.255.254
Class B: 172.16.0.1 to 172.31.255.254
Class C: 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.255.254
• Subnet Mask
In case an xDSL modem or a terminal adapter is directly
connected to this receiver, enter the subnet mask provided
by your ISP on paper. In most cases, enter 255.255.255.0.
• Default Gateway
In case a gateway (router) is connected to this receiver,
enter the corresponding IP address.
• Primary DNS Server/Secondary DNS Server
In case there is only one DNS server address provided by
your ISP on paper, enter it in the “Primary DNS Server”
field. In case there are more than two DNS server
addresses, enter “Secondary DNS Server” in the other
DNS server address field.
• Proxy Hostname/Proxy Port
This setting is required when you connect this receiver to
the Internet via a proxy server. Enter the IP address of your
proxy server in the “Proxy Hostname” field. Also, enter the
port number of your proxy server in the “Proxy Port” field.
Playback with NETWORK features
Friendly Name
‘Network Configuration’ from the Network
1 Select
Setup menu.
‘Network Configuration’ from the Network
1 Select
Setup menu.
Select ‘IP Address, Proxy’ from the Network
2 Configuration menu.
‘Friendly Name’ from the Network Configuration
2 Select
menu.
Select the DHCP setting you want.
3 When you select ON, the network is automatically set up,
‘Edit Name’ then select ‘Rename’.
3 Select
and you do not need to follow Steps 4. Proceed with Step
If after changing the name you want to restore the name
5.
If there is no DHCP server on the network and you select
ON, this receiver will use its own Auto IP function to
determine the IP address.
• The IP address determined by the Auto IP function is
169.254.X.X. You cannot listen to an Internet radio
station if the IP address is set for the Auto IP function.
the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway,
4 Enter
Primary DNS Server and Secondary DNS Server.
Press / to select a number and / to move the
cursor.
to the default, select Default.
the name you want.
4 Input
Use / to select a character, / to set the position,
and ENTER to confirm your selection.
Parental Lock
Set restrictions for using Internet services. Also set the
password accompanying the usage restrictions.
• Upon shipment from the factory, the password is set to
“0000”.
‘Network Configuration’ from the Network
‘OFF’ or ‘ON’ for the Enable Proxy Server setting
1 Select
5 Select
Setup menu.
to deactivate or activate the proxy server.
In case you select OFF, proceed with Step 8. In case you
‘Parental Lock’ from the Network Configuration
2 Select
select ON, on the other hand, proceed with Step 6.
menu.
the address of your proxy server or the domain
the password.
6 Enter
3 Input
name.
Use / to select a character, / to set the position,
Use / to select a character, / to set the position,
and ENTER to confirm your selection.
and ENTER to confirm your selection.
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the port number of your proxy server.
7 Enter
Use / to select a character, / to set the position,
and ENTER to confirm your selection.
8 Select ‘OK’ to confirm the IP Address/Proxy setup.
Specify whether to turn Parental Lock on or off.
• OFF – Internet services are not restricted.
• ON – Internet services are restricted.
you want to change the password, select ‘Change
5 IfPassword’.
In this case, the procedure returns to step 3.
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Playback with NETWORK features
Language
Language can be set on the NETWORK function OSD screen.
1
2 Select the language you want.
you’re finished, press RETURN.
3 When
You return to the Network Setup menu.
Select ‘Language’ from the Network Setup menu.
Firmware Update
Use this procedure to update the receiver’s software.
Updating via a USB memory device is performed by
downloading the update file from a computer, reading this file
onto a USB memory device then inserting this USB memory
device into the USB port on the receiver’s front panel. With
this procedure, the USB memory device containing the
update file must first be inserted into the USB port on the
receiver’s front panel.
• If an update file is provided on the Pioneer website,
download it onto your computer. When downloading an
update file from the Pioneer website onto your computer,
the file will be in ZIP format. Unzip the ZIP file before saving
it on the USB memory device. If there are any old
downloaded files or downloaded files for other models on
the USB memory device, delete them.
Important
• DO NOT unplug the power cord during updating.
• Do not disconnect the USB memory device during
updating.
• Verify the software version of the receiver in the System
Info menu before updating and confirm that the software
in the USB memory device is a newer version.
• Updating may reset the receiver’s settings to the initial,
factory-setting condition. Whether this is applicable to your
receiver can be confirmed at our Pioneer website.
2 To update, select ‘Start’.
‘Updating in progress, don’t unplug!’ is
3 When
displayed, select ‘OK’.
• If ‘File Not Found’ is displayed, try the following:
- No update file was found on the USB memory
device. Store the file in the USB memory device’s
root directory.
- Try disconnecting then reconnecting the USB device
or storing the update file again. If the error still
occurs, try using a different USB memory device.
software update will start. Please wait.
4 The
The OSD display will turn off during update and the words
‘UPDATE’ will flash on the front panel.
is displayed, updating is completed.
5 IfThe‘COMPLETE’
screen will return automatically to the play screen.
• If ‘FAIL’ is displayed on the front panel display,
updating has failed. Try the following:
- Turn the receiver’s power off, then turn it back on
and try updating the software again.
- Try disconnecting then reconnecting the USB device
or storing the update file again. If the error still
occurs, try using a different USB memory device.
Factory Reset
Use to reset all network connection settings to their initial,
factory-setting condition.
1 Select ‘Factory Reset’ from the Network Setup menu.
2 Select ‘Start’.
‘OK’ to confirm.
3 Select
The screen will return automatically to the play screen.
‘Firmware Update’ from the Network Setup
1 Select
menu.
The receiver checks whether the USB memory device
inserted into the USB port on the receiver’s front panel
contains updatable software.
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System Information
The setting status of the following network-related items can
be checked.
• IP Address – Check the IP address of this receiver.
• MAC Address – Check the MAC address of this receiver.
• Release ID – Check the software version of this receiver.
‘System Info’ from the Network Setup menu.
1 Select
Display the setting status of the network-related items.
you’re finished, press RETURN.
2 When
You return to the Network Setup menu.
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About network playback
Playback with NETWORK features
DLNA
Content playable over a network
The network playback function of this unit uses the following
technologies:
Windows Media Player
See Windows Media Player 11/ Windows Media Player 12 on
page 45 for more on this.
Windows Media DRM
Microsoft Windows Media Digital Rights Management
(WMDRM) is a platform to protect and securely deliver
content for playback on computers, portable devices and
network devices. This unit’s functions as a WMDRM 10 for
networked devices. WMDRM protected content can only be
played on media servers supporting WMDRM.
Content owners use WMDRM technology to protect their
intellectual property, including copyrights. This device uses
WMDRM software to access WMDRM protected content. If the
WMDRM software fails to protect the content, content owners
may ask Microsoft to revoke the software’s ability to use
WMDRM to play or copy protected content. Revocation does not
affect unprotected content. When you download licenses for
protected content, you agree that Microsoft may include a
revocation list with the licenses. Content owners may require
you to upgrade WMDRM to access their content. If you decline
an upgrade, you will not be able to access content that requires
the upgrade.
This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights
of Microsoft. Use or distribution of such technology outside of
this product is prohibited without a license from Microsoft.
DLNA CERTIFIED™ Audio Player
The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) is a cross-industry
organization of consumer electronics, computing industry
and mobile device companies. Digital Living provides
consumers with easy sharing of digital media through a wired
or wireless network in the home.
The DLNA certification logo makes it easy to find products
that comply with the DLNA Interoperability Guidelines. This
unit complies with DLNA Interoperability Guidelines v1.5.
When a PC running DLNA server software or other DLNA
compatible device is connected to this player, some setting
changes of software or other devices may be required. Please
refer to the operating instructions for the software or device
for more information.
DLNA™, the DLNA Logo and DLNA CERTIFIED™ are
trademarks, service marks, or certification marks of the Digital
Living Network Alliance.
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• Even when encoded in a compatible format, some files may
not play correctly.
• Movie or Photo files cannot be played back.
• There are cases where you cannot listen to an Internet radio
station even if the station can be selected from a list of
radio stations.
• Some functions may not be supported depending on the
server type or version used.
• Supported file formats vary by server. As such, files not
supported by your server are not displayed on this unit. For
more information check with the manufacturer of your
server.
Disclaimer for Third Party Content
Access to content provided by third parties requires a high
speed internet connection and may also require account
registration and a paid subscription.
Third party content services may be changed, suspended,
interrupted, or discontinued at any time without notice, and
Pioneer disclaims any liability in connection with such
occurrences.
Pioneer does not represent or warrant that content services
will continue to be provided or available for a particular period
of time, and any such warranty, express or implied, is
disclaimed.
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About playback behavior over a network
• Playback may stall when the PC is switched off or any
media files stored on it are deleted while playing content.
• If there are problems within the network environment
(heavy network traffic, etc.) content may not be displayed or
played properly (playback may be interrupted or stalled).
For best performance, a 100BASE-TX connection between
player and PC is recommended.
• If several clients are playing simultaneously, as the case
may be, playback is interrupted or stalled.
• Depending on the security software installed on a
connected PC and the setting of such software, network
connection may be blocked.
Pioneer is not responsible for any malfunction of the player
and/or the NETWORK features due to communication error/
malfunctions associated with your network connection and/
or your PC, or other connected equipment. Please contact
your PC manufacturer or Internet service provider.
“Windows Media™” is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
This product includes technology owned by Microsoft
Corporation and cannot be used or distributed without a license
from Microsoft Licensing, Inc.
Microsoft®, Windows®7, Windows®Vista, Windows®XP,
Windows®2000, Windows®Millennium Edition, Windows®98,
and WindowsNT® are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or
other countries.
Playback with NETWORK features
Windows Media DRM
Glossary
aacPlus
AAC decoder uses aacPlus developed by Coding Technologies.
(www.codingtechnologies.com)
Windows Media DRM is a DRM (Digital Rights Management)
service for the Windows Media platform. It is designed to
provide secure delivery of audio and/or video content over an
IP network to a PC or other playback device in such a way that
the distributor can control how that content is used. The
WMDRM-protected content can only be played back on a
component supporting the WMDRM service.
Windows Media Player 11/
Windows Media Player 12
FLAC
FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) is an audio format allows
lossless codec. Audio is compressed in FLAC without any loss
in quality. For more details about FLAC, visit the following
website: http://flac.sourceforge.net/
vTuner
vTuner is a paid online database service that allows you to
listen to radio and TV broadcasts on the Internet. vTuner lists
thousands of stations from over 100 different countries
around the globe. For more detail about vTuner, visit the
following website:
http://www.radio-pioneer.com
“This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights
of NEMS and BridgeCo. Use or distribution of such technology
outside of this product is prohibited without a license from
NEMS and BridgeCo or an authorized subsidiary.”
Windows Media
Windows Media is a multimedia framework for media
creation and distribution for Microsoft Windows. Windows
Media is either a registered trademark or trademark of
Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries. Use
an application licensed by Microsoft Corporation to author,
distribute, or play Windows Media formatted content. Using
an application unauthorized by Microsoft Corporation is
subject to malfunction.
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Windows Media Player is software to deliver music, photos
and movies from a Microsoft Windows computer to home
stereo systems and TVs.
With this software, you can play back files stored on the PC
through various devices wherever you like in your home.
This software can be downloaded from Microsoft’s website.
• Windows Media Player 11 (for Windows XP or Windows
Vista)
• Windows Media Player 12 (for Windows 7)
For more information check the official Microsoft website.
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Playback with NETWORK features
AAC (MPEG-4 AAC LC, MPEG-4 HE AAC (aacPlus v1/2))
About playable file formats
The NETWORK feature of this receiver supports the following
file formats. Note that some file formats are not available for
playback although they are listed as playable file formats.
Also, the compatibility of file formats varies depending on the
type of server. Check with your server to ensure the
compatibility of file formats supported by your server.
• Internet radio playback may be affected by the Internet
communications environment, and in this case playback
may not be possible even with the file formats listed here.
.m4a
.aac
.3gp
.3g2
Sampling frequency
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Quantization bitrate
16 bit
Channel
2 ch
Bitrate
16 kbps to 320 kbps
VBR/CBR
Supported/Supported
FLAC
.flacc
Sampling frequency
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz,
88.2 kHz, 96 kHz,
176.4 kHz, 192 kHz
Quantization bitrate
16 bit, 24 bit
Music files
Extension
Stream
Channel
MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3)
.mp3a
Sampling frequency
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Quantization bitrate
16 bit
Channel
Bitrate
VBR/CBR
2 ch
8 kbps to 320 kbps
Supported/Supported
2 ch
a. MPEG Layer-3 audio decoding technology licensed from
Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson multimedia.
b. Files encoded using Windows Media Codec 9 may be playable
but some parts of the specification are not supported;
specifically, Pro, Lossless, Voice.
c. Uncompressed FLAC files are not supported. Pioneer does not
guarantee playback.
WAV (LPCM)
.wav
Sampling frequency
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz,
88.2 kHz, 96 kHz,
176.4 kHz, 192 kHz
Quantization bitrate
16 bit, 24 bit
Channel
2 ch
WMA (WMA2/7/8/9)
.wmab
Sampling frequency
32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz
Quantization bitrate
16 bit
Channel
Bitrate
VBR/CBR
2 ch
5 kbps to 320 kbps
Supported/Supported
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Chapter
7
Home Menu
Using the Home Menu
The following section shows you how to make detailed
settings to specify how you’re using the receiver, and also
explains how to fine-tune individual speaker system settings
to your liking.
Important
• The OSD will not appear if you have connected using the
composite output to your TV. Use HDMI connection for
Home Menu.
• If headphones are connected to the receiver, disconnect
them.
• You can’t use the Home Menu when the NETRADIO,
M.SERVER, FAVORITE, iPod/USB or ADAPTER input is
selected.
on the receiver and your TV.
1 Switch
Press RECEIVER to switch on.
the TV input to the input that connects this
2 Switch
receiver to the TV through the corresponding HDMI
cable.
, then press HOME MENU.
3 Press
The Home Menu appears on your TV. Use /// and
RECEIVER
ENTER on the remote control to navigate through the
screens and select menu items. Press RETURN to exit
the current menu.
• Press HOME MENU at any time to exit the Home
Menu.
4 Select the setting you want to adjust.
Hom e Menu
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
H o me Me nu
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Auto MCACC
Manual S P S e tu p
I nput As s ig n
S peaker S y s te m
V ideo Pa ra me te r
HDMI S e tu p
Auto Powe r D own
Net work S ta n d by
FL Demo Mo d e
VSX-827
Au to MC ACC
Ma nu a l S P S e tu p
Input Assign
P re Ou t Se tti n g
HD MI S e tu p
Au to Powe r Dow n
Ne two rk St a n d by
F L D e mo Mo d e
VSX-527
• Auto MCACC – This is a quick and effective automatic
surround setup (see Automatically setting up for surround
sound (MCACC) on page 23).
• Manual SP Setup
- Speaker Setting – Specify the size and number of
speakers you’ve connected (see below).
- X.Over – Specify which frequencies will be sent to the
subwoofer (page 48).
- Channel Level – Adjust the overall balance of your
speaker system (page 49).
- Speaker Distance – Specify the distance of your
speakers from the listening position (page 49).
• Input Assign
- Analog Input – Specify what you’ve connected to the
ANALOG IN1 audio input (page 50).
- Component Input (VSX-827 only) – Specify what you’ve
connected to the component video inputs (page 50).
• Speaker System (VSX-827 only) – Specifies how you are
using the speaker terminals (page 50).
• Video Parameter (VSX-827 only)
- Video Converter – Converts video signals for output
from the HDMI OUT terminal for all video types (page 50).
- Resolution – Specifies the output resolution of the video
signal (page 51).
- Aspect – Specifies the aspect ratio (page 51).
• Pre Out Setting (VSX-527 only) – Specify how to use the
PRE OUT SURR BACK/FRONT HEIGHT outputs (see The
Pre Out Setting (VSX-527 only) on page 51).
• HDMI Setup – Set the audio return channel function (see
HDMI Setup on page 53).
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• Auto Power Down – Sets to automatically turn off the
power when the receiver has not operated for several hours
(see The Auto Power Down menu on page 52).
• Network Standby – Allows the AirPlay function to be used
even when the receiver is in the standby mode (see The
Network Standby menu on page 52).
• FL Demo Mode – Sets the demo display on the front panel
display (see The FL Demo Mode menu on page 52).
Manual speaker setup
This receiver allows you to make detailed settings to optimize
the surround sound performance. You only need to make
these settings once (unless you change the placement of your
current speaker system or add new speakers).
These settings are designed to fine-tune your system, but if
you’re satisfied with the settings made in Automatically
setting up for surround sound (MCACC) on page 23, it isn’t
necessary to make all of these settings.
Important
• VSX-827 only: Depending on the Speaker System setting,
there will be differences in the speaker items that can be
adjusted. The OSD display for these operating instructions
is an example of when the Speaker System setting is set to
Surr. Back.
• VSX-527 only: Depending on the Pre Out Setting, there will
be differences in the speaker items that can be adjusted.
The OSD display for these operating instructions is an
example of when the Pre Out Setting is set to Surr. Back.
Speaker Setting
Use this setting to specify your speaker configuration (size,
number of speakers). It is a good idea to make sure that the
settings made in Automatically setting up for surround sound
(MCACC) on page 23 are correct.
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Home Menu
1 Select ‘Manual SP Setup’ from the Home Menu.
‘Speaker Setting’ from the Manual SP Setup
2 Select
menu.
2a . Speaker Set ti ng
2 . Manual SP Set u p
a.
b.
c.
d.
S peaker Set t in g
X . Over
C han n el L evel
S peaker Dist an ce
Ret u rn
S MALL
F ront
C ent er
[ S MALL ]
Su rr
[ S MALL ]
Su rr. Back [
]
NO
Su bwoofer:
YES
Retur n
the set of speakers that you want to set then
3 Choose
select a speaker size.
Use / to select the size (and number) of each of the
following speakers:
• Front – Select LARGE if your front speakers reproduce bass
frequencies effectively, or if you didn’t connect a
subwoofer. Select SMALL to send the bass frequencies to
the subwoofer.
• Center – Select LARGE if your center speaker reproduces
bass frequencies effectively, or select SMALL to send bass
frequencies to the other speakers or subwoofer. If you
didn’t connect a center speaker, choose NO (the center
channel is sent to the other speakers).
• Front Height – Select LARGE if your front height speakers
reproduce bass frequencies effectively. Select SMALL to
send bass frequencies to the other speakers or subwoofer.
If you didn’t connect front height speakers choose NO.
- You can only adjust the Front Height setting when Pre
Out Setting is set to Height.
• Surr – Select LARGE if your surround speakers reproduce
bass frequencies effectively. Select SMALL to send bass
frequencies to the other speakers or subwoofer. If you
didn’t connect surround speakers choose NO (the sound of
the surround channels is sent to the other speakers).
• Surr. Back – Select the number of surround back speakers
you have (one, two or none). Select LARGE if your surround
back speakers reproduce bass frequencies effectively.
Select SMALL to send bass frequencies to the other
speakers or subwoofer. If you didn’t connect surround back
speakers choose NO.
- VSX-527 only: You can only adjust the Surr. Back setting
when Pre Out Setting is set to Surr. Back.
- VSX-527 only: If you select one surround back speaker
only, make sure that additional amplifier is hooked up to
the PRE OUT L (Single) terminal.
- VSX-827 only: When using only one surround back
speaker, connect it to the SURROUND BACK L (Single)
terminals.
• Subwoofer – LFE signals and bass frequencies of
channels set to SMALL are output from the subwoofer
when YES is selected (see notes below). Choose the PLUS
setting if you want the subwoofer to output bass sound
continuously or you want deeper bass (the bass
frequencies that would normally come out the front and
center speakers are also routed to the subwoofer). If you did
not connect a subwoofer choose NO (the bass frequencies
are output from other speakers).
X.Over
• Default setting: 100Hz
This setting decides the cutoff between bass sounds playing
back from the speakers selected as LARGE, or the subwoofer,
and bass sounds playing back from those selected as SMALL.
It also decides where the cutoff will be for bass sounds in the
LFE channel.
• For more on selecting the speaker sizes, see Speaker Setting
on page 47.
1 Select ‘Manual SP Setup’ from the Home Menu.
2 Select ‘X.Over’ from the Manual SP Setup menu.
2 b . X . Ov e r
2 . Ma nu a l S P Se tu p
a.
b.
c.
d.
S p e a k e r S e tti n g
X .O v e r
C h a n n e l L ev e l
S p e a k e r Di s t a n c e
F re q u e n cy
1 0 0Hz
you’re finished, press RETURN.
4 When
You return to the Manual SP Setup menu.
Note
• If you select SMALL for the front speakers, the subwoofer
will automatically be fixed to YES. Also, the center,
surround, surround back and front height speakers can’t
be set to LARGE if the front speakers are set to SMALL. In
this case, all bass frequencies are sent to the subwoofer.
• If the surround speakers are set to NO, the surround back
speakers will automatically be set to NO.
• If you have a subwoofer and like lots of bass, it may seem
logical to select LARGE for your front speakers and PLUS
for the subwoofer. This may not, however, yield the best
bass results. Depending on the speaker placement of your
room you may actually experience a decrease in the
amount of bass due to low frequency cancellations. In this
case, try changing the position or direction of speakers. If
you can’t get good results, listen to the bass response with
it set to PLUS and YES or the front speakers set to LARGE
and SMALL alternatively and let your ears judge which
sounds best. If you’re having problems, the easiest option
is to route all the bass sounds to the subwoofer by selecting
SMALL for the front speakers.
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Re t u rn
Re t urn
the frequency cutoff point.
3 Choose
Frequencies below the cutoff point will be sent to the
subwoofer (or LARGE speakers).
you’re finished, press RETURN.
4 When
You return to the Manual SP Setup menu.
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Home Menu
Channel Level
Using the channel level settings, you can adjust the overall
balance of your speaker system, an important factor when
setting up a home theater system.
the level of each channel using /.
5 Adjust
If you selected Manual, use / to switch speakers. The
Auto setup will output test tones in the order shown onscreen:
CAUTION
2 c . Ch a n n e l L ev e l
F ro n t L
Ce n te r
F ro n t R
S u rro u n d R
S u rr. B a ck R
S u rr. B a ck L
S u rro u n d L
S u b wo o fe r
• The test tones used in the Channel Level settings are output
at high volume.
1 Select ‘Manual SP Setup’ from the Home Menu.
2 Select ‘Channel Level’ from the Manual SP Setup menu.
a.
b.
c.
d.
S peaker Set t in g
X . Over
C han n el L evel
S peaker Dist an ce
Test Tone
EN TER: Next
Ret u rn
3
Return
volume increases to the reference level, test tones will be
output.
[ Manual ]
For good sound depth and separation from your system, you
need to specify the distance of your speakers from the
listening position. The receiver can then add the proper delay
needed for effective surround sound.
1 Select ‘Manual SP Setup’ from the Home Menu.
‘Speaker Distance’ from the Manual SP Setup
2 Select
menu.
2 d . S p e a k e r D is ta nc e
2 . Ma nu a l S P Se tu p
Manual
your selected setup option.
4 Confirm
The test tones will start after you press ENTER. After the
Test Tone
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
Adjust the level of each speaker as the test tone is
emitted.
Select a setup option.
• Manual – Move the test tone manually from speaker to
speaker and adjust individual channel levels.
• Auto – Adjust channel levels as the test tone moves
from speaker to speaker automatically.
2c . Channel Level
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
–––
–––
0dB
0dB
R e tu r n
2c . Channel Level
2 . Manual SP Set u p
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
Speaker Distance
Note
• If you are using a Sound Pressure Level (SPL) meter, take
the readings from your main listening position and adjust
the level of each speaker to 75 dB SPL (C-weighting/slow
reading).
• The subwoofer test tone is output at low volumes. You may
need to adjust the level after testing with an actual
soundtrack.
6
When you’re finished, press RETURN.
You return to the Manual SP Setup menu.
Tip
• You can change the channel levels at any time by press
RECEIVER , then press CH SELECT and LEV +/– on the
remote control. You can also press CH SELECT and use /
 to select the channel, and then use / to adjust the
channel levels.
Please Wait . . .20
Caution
Loud test tones
will be output.
Return
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a.
b.
c.
d.
S p e a k e r S e tti n g
X .O v e r
C h a n n e l L ev e l
S p e a k e r Di s t a n c e
F ron t L
Ce n te r
F ron t R
S u rro u n d R
S u rr. Ba ck R
S u rr. Ba ck L
S u rro u n d L
S u b wo ofe r
[
[
[
[
[
[
[
R e tu rn
3. 0 m
3.0 m
3.0 m
3.0 m
––––
––––
3.0 m
3.0 m
]
]
]
]
]
]
]
Re t urn
the distance of each speaker using /.
3 Adjust
You can adjust the distance of each speaker in 0.1 m
increments.
you’re finished, press RETURN.
4 When
You return to the Manual SP Setup menu.
7
Home Menu
2 Select ‘Component Input’ from the Input Assign menu.
The Input Assign menu
Assigns input function for analog audio input terminal and
component video input terminal (component video input
terminal for VSX-827 only).
• For the assignment of the digital signal inputs, see
Selecting the audio input signal on page 25.
C o mp o n e n t
a . Analog I n p u t
b . Com pone n t In p u t
The Video Parameter setting (VSX-827 only)
This receiver can up-convert the video signal input from the
composite or component video terminals; the output is from
the HDMI OUT terminal. The following shows the various
settings for this function.
3 b . Co mp o n e n t I n p u t
3 . I nput Assi g n
DV D
Video Converter
Analog Input
Re tu rn
ANALOG IN1 audio input terminal is assigned to CD under
factory settings, but this can be changed to TV input.
1
2 Select ‘Analog Input’ from the Input Assign menu.
Select ‘Input Assign’ from the Home Menu.
3 . Input Assign
the desired input option for the COMPONENT
3 Select
VIDEO IN1 input terminal.
Select between DVD, SAT/CBL or OFF.
4
3a . Analog Input
a . A na lo g In p u t
b . C om p o nen t In p u t
Analog
CD
Ret u rn
Ret urn
VSX-827
the desired input option for the ANALOG IN1
3 Select
audio input terminal.
you’re finished, press RETURN.
4 When
You return to the Input Assign menu.
Re tu rn
When you’re finished, press RETURN.
You return to the Input Assign menu.
• Make sure you have connected the audio from the
component to the corresponding inputs on the rear of
the receiver.
Specify either using the surround back speaker (or the
speaker B), or the front height speaker connection with the Bspeaker terminals.
• Default setting: Surr. Back
1
Select ‘Speaker System’ from the Home Menu.
Home Menu
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
4 . S p e a k e r Sy s te m
Auto MC ACC
Manual S P S e tu p
Input As s i g n
Speaker S y s t e m
V ideo Pa r a me te r
HDMI Se tu p
Auto Powe r Down
Net work S ta n d by
FL Dem o Mo d e
SP S y s te m
S u rr. Ba ck
R e tu rn
COMPONENT VIDEO IN1 input terminal is assigned to DVD
under factory settings, but this can be changed to SAT/CBL
input.
1 Select ‘Input Assign’ from the Home Menu.
1 Select ‘Video Parameter’ from the Home Menu.
‘Video Converter’ from the Video Parameter
2 Select
menu.
5 a . V i d e o Conv er te r
5 . Vi d e o Pa ra me t e r
DV D
S AT / CB L
a . V i d e o Co nv e r te r
b . R e s o l u ti o n
c . As p e c t
ON
[ ON
]
The Speaker System setting (VSX-827 only)
Note
• When playing analog input audio, switch to the CD or TV
input menu, press RECEIVER and press SIGNAL SEL
several times to choose A (Analog). (see Selecting the audio
input signal on page 25)
Component Input (VSX-827 only)
This setting specifies valid/invalid for the function that
converts the input video signal from each composite video
terminal. When OFF is selected, Resolution and Aspect can
not be set.
2
Select the speaker system setting using /.
• Surr. Back – Sound is output from the surround back
speaker or the speaker B.
• Height – Sound is output from front height speaker.
you’re finished, press RETURN.
3 When
You return to the Home Menu.
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Re tu rn
Re tur n
the setting for converting each type of video
3 Select
input.
• ON – The signal is output also to the HDMI OUT
terminal.
• OFF – The signal input from the HDMI terminal of the
selected input function will be output from the HDMI
OUT terminal. The signal input from the composite
and component video terminals will not be output from
the HDMI OUT terminal.
you’re finished, press RETURN.
4 When
You return to the Video Parameter menu.
7
Home Menu
Resolution
Aspect
Specifies the output resolution of the video signal (when video
input signals are output at the HDMI OUT terminal, select this
according to the resolution of your monitor and the images
you wish to watch).
• This setting is not applicable for video signals input via
HDMI.
Specifies the aspect ratio when analog video input signals are
output at the HDMI OUT terminal. Make your desired settings
while checking each setting on your display (if the image
doesn’t match your monitor type, cropping or black bands
appear).
1 Select ‘Video Parameter’ from the Home Menu.
2 Select ‘Resolution’ from the Video Parameter menu.
R esoluti on
a . V ide o C o nver t er
b . Reso lu t io n
c . Asp ect
5 c . As p e c t
5 . V ideo Par a me te r
N OR MA L
DV D
[ T HROU GH ]
S AT / CB L
F RON T V ID E O [ T HROU GH ]
a . V ideo C o nv e r t e r
b . Resolutio n
c . Aspect
5b . Resolut ion
5 . V ideo Param et er
1 Select ‘Video Parameter’ from the Home Menu.
2 Select ‘Aspect’ from the Video Parameter menu.
AUTO
The Pre Out Setting (VSX-527 only)
Specify either using the surround back speaker or the front
height speaker connection with the PRE OUT SURR BACK/
FRONT HEIGHT outputs. An additional amplifier is required
for the speaker connection.
• Default setting: Surr. Back
1 Select ‘Pre Out Setting’ from the Home Menu.
Ho me Me nu
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Au t o MCAC C
Ma nu a l S P S e tu p
I n p u t As s ig n
P re Ou t S e tt in g
H DMI S e t u p
Au t o Powe r D own
N e two rk S ta n d by
F L De mo Mo d e
4 . P re Ou t Se tt ing
P re O u t
Surr. Ba ck
Ret ur n
R e tu rn
Re tu rn
R et u rn
Ret urn
output resolution.
3 Select
• AUTO – The resolution is selected automatically
according to the capacity of the TV (monitor)
connected by HDMI.
• PURE – The signals are output with the same
resolution as when input.
• 480p/720p/1080i/1080p – The signal is output with
the resolution specified here (480p means the
resolution of 480p/576p).
you’re finished, press RETURN.
4 When
You return to the Video Parameter menu.
desired output aspect ratio.
3 Select
• THROUGH – The input video signal is output
unchanged.
• NORMAL – Black bands will appear either at top and
bottom or on both sides.
you’re finished, press RETURN.
4 When
You return to the Video Parameter menu.
Note
• If the image doesn’t match your monitor type, adjust the
aspect ratio on the source component or on the monitor.
Note
• When set to a resolution with which the TV (monitor) is not
compatible, no picture is output. Also, in some cases no
picture will be output due to copyright protection signals. In
this case, change the setting.
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which speaker to connect to the PRE OUT SURR
2 Select
BACK/FRONT HEIGHT outputs using /.
• Surr. Back – Connect the surround back speaker.
• Height – Connect the front height speaker.
you’re finished, press RETURN.
3 When
You return to the Home Menu.
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Home Menu
The Auto Power Down menu
The Network Standby menu
The FL Demo Mode menu
Set to automatically turn off the receiver after a specified time
has passed (when the power has been on with no operation
for several hours).
• Default setting: 6H
This setting allows the AirPlay function for operating the
receiver from a computer connected on the same LAN as the
receiver to be used even when the receiver is in the standby
mode.
Set whether or not various demos are to be shown on the front
panel display.
1 Select ‘Auto Power Down’ from the Home Menu.
1 Select ‘Network Standby’ from the Home Menu.
Home M enu
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Auto MC AC C
Manu al SP Set u p
Input Assign
S peaker Syst em
V i deo Paramet er
HD MI Set u p
Auto Power D own
Netwo rk St an dby
FL Dem o Mo d e
Home Menu
7 . Aut o Power Down
Auto Power Down
6H
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
8 . Ne t wo rk S t a n d by
Auto MCAC C
Manual S P S e tu p
Input Ass i gn
Speaker S y s te m
V ideo Pa ra me te r
HDMI S et u p
Auto Powe r D own
Net work S ta n d by
FL Demo Mo d e
N e two rk S ta n d by
you’re finished, press RETURN.
3 When
You return to the Home Menu.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Au t o MCAC C
Ma nu a l S P S e tu p
I n p u t As s i g n
S p e a k e r S y s te m
V i d e o Pa ra me te r
H DMI S e t u p
Au t o Pow e r D own
N e t wo rk S ta n d by
F L De mo Mod e
9 . F L D e mo M ode
F L D e mo
ON
Re t urn
Re t u rn
VSX-827
ON or OFF for the Network Standby.
the amount of time to allow before the power
2 Choose
2 Specify
is turned off (when there has been no operation).
• ON – The AirPlay function can be used even when the
• You can select 2, 4 or 6 hours, or OFF (if no automatic
shutoff is desired).
Ho me Me nu
VSX-827
Ret urn
VSX-827
OFF
1 Select ‘FL Demo Mode’ from the Home Menu.
receiver is in the standby mode.
• OFF – The AirPlay function cannot be used when the
receiver is in the standby mode (This lets you reduce
power consumption in the standby mode).
- If the Network Standby setting is set to ON, the
power consumption during standby will increase.
you’re finished, press RETURN.
3 When
You return to the Home Menu.
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2 Choose ON or OFF for the demo display.
you’re finished, press RETURN.
3 When
You return to the Home Menu.
Chapter
8
Control with HDMI function
Synchronized operations below with a Control with HDMIcompatible Pioneer TV or Blu-ray Disc player are possible
when the component is connected to the receiver using an
HDMI cable.
• Synchronized amp mode
The receiver’s volume can be set and the sound can be
muted using the TV’s remote control.
• Power synchronization with TV
• Automatic switching of inputs
The receiver’s input switches over automatically when the
TV’s input is changed or a Control with HDMI-compatible
component is played.
Important
• With Pioneer devices, the Control with HDMI functions are
referred to as “KURO LINK”.
• You cannot use this function with components that do not
support Control with HDMI.
• We only guarantee this receiver will work with Pioneer
made Control with HDMI-compatible components.
However, we do not guarantee that all synchronized
operations will work with components that support the
Control with HDMI function.
• Use a High Speed HDMI® cable when you want to use the
Control with HDMI function. The Control with HDMI
function may not work properly if a different type of HDMI
cable is used.
• For details about concrete operations, settings, etc., refer to
also the operating instructions for each component.
4 Select ‘HDMI Setup’ from the Home Menu.
Important
• When connecting this system or changing connections, be
sure to switch the power off and disconnect the power cord
from the wall socket.
After completing all connections, connect the power cords
to the wall socket.
• After this receiver is connected to an AC outlet, a 2 second
to 10 second HDMI initialization process begins. You
cannot carry out any operations during initialization. The
HDMI indicator on the display unit blinks during
initialization, and you can turn this receiver on once it has
stopped blinking.
• To get the most out of this function, we recommend that
you connect your HDMI component not to a TV but rather
directly to the HDMI terminal on this receiver.
HDMI Setup
You must adjust the settings of this receiver as well as the
connected Control with HDMI-compatible components in
order to make use of the Control with HDMI function. For
more information see the operating instructions for each
component.
on the receiver and your TV.
1 Switch
Press RECEIVER to switch on.
the TV input to the input that connects this
2 Switch
receiver to the TV through the corresponding HDMI
cable.
, then press HOME MENU.
3 Press
The Home Menu appears on your TV. Use /// and
RECEIVER
Making Control with HDMI connections
You can use synchronized operation for a connected TV and
other components.
• Be sure to connect the TV’s audio cable to the audio input
of this unit. When the TV and receiver are connected by
HDMI connections, if the TV supports the HDMI Audio
Return Channel function, the sound of the TV is input to the
receiver via the HDMI terminal, so there is no need to
connect an audio cable. In this case, set ARC at HDMI
Setup to ON (see HDMI Setup below).
For details, see Connecting using HDMI on page 17.
ENTER on the remote control to navigate through the
screens and select menu items. Press RETURN to exit
the current menu.
• Press HOME MENU at any time to exit the Home
Menu.
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H o me Me nu
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Au to MC ACC
Ma nu a l S P S e tu p
Input Assign
S p e a k e r S y s te m
Vi d e o Pa ra me te r
HD MI Se tu p
Au to Powe r Dow n
Ne two rk S t a n d by
F L D e mo Mo d e
6 . H DMI S e tup
Co n t ro l
A RC
[
ON
OFF ]
Re t urn
VSX-827
the ‘Control’ setting you want.
5 Select
Choose whether to set this unit’s Control with HDMI
function ON or OFF. You will need to set it to ON to use
the Control with HDMI function.
When using a component that does not support the
Control with HDMI function, set this to OFF.
• ON – Enables the Control with HDMI function. When
this unit’s power is turned off and you have a
supported source begin playback while using the
Control with HDMI function, the audio and video
outputs from the HDMI connection are output from the
TV.
• OFF – The Control with HDMI is disabled.
Synchronized operations cannot be used. When this
unit’s power is turned off, audio and video of sources
connected via HDMI are not output.
the ‘ARC’ setting you want.
6 Select
When a TV supporting the HDMI Audio Return Channel
function is connected to the receiver, the sound of the TV
can be input via the HDMI terminal.
• ON – The TV’s sound is input via the HDMI terminal.
This can only be selected when Control is set to ON.
• OFF – The TV’s sound is input from the audio input
terminals other than HDMI inputs.
you’re finished, press RETURN.
7 When
You return to the Home Menu.
8
Control with HDMI function
Before using synchronization
Once you have finished all connections and settings, you
must:
1 Put all components into standby mode.
the power on for all components, with the power
2 Turn
for the TV being turned on last.
the HDMI input to which the TV is connected to
3 Choose
this receiver, and see if video output from connected
components displays properly on the screen or not.
4
Check whether the components connected to all HDMI
inputs are properly displayed.
About synchronized operations
The Control with HDMI-compatible component connected to
the receiver operates in sync as described below.
• Synchronized amp mode
- From the menu screen of the Control with HDMIcompatible TV, set audio to be played through this
receiver, and the receiver will switch to the synchronized
amp mode.
- When in the synchronized amp mode, the synchronized
amp mode is canceled when the receiver’s power is
turned off. To turn the synchronized amp mode back on,
set audio to be played through the receiver from the TV’s
menu screen, etc. This receiver will power up and switch
to the synchronized amp mode.
- When in the synchronized amp mode, the synchronized
amp mode is canceled if an operation that produces
sound from the TV is performed from the TV’s menu
screen, etc.
- When the synchronized amp mode is canceled, the
receiver’s power turns off if you were viewing an HDMI
input or a TV program on the TV.
• Power synchronization with TV
- When the TV’s power is set to standby, the receiver’s
power is also set to standby. (Only when the input for a
component connected to the receiver by HDMI
connection is selected or when watching the TV.)
• Automatic switching of inputs
- The receiver’s input switches automatically when the
Control with HDMI-compatible component is played.
- The receiver’s input switches automatically when the
TV’s input is switched.
- The synchronized amp mode remains in effect even if the
receiver’s input is switched to a component other than
one connected by HDMI.
Cautions on the Control with HDMI function
• Connect the TV and components (Blu-ray Disc player, etc.)
directly to this receiver. Interrupting a direct connection
with other amps or an AV converter (such as an HDMI
switch) can cause operational errors.
• When the receiver’s Control is turned ON, even if the
receiver’s power is in the standby mode, it is possible to
output the audio and video signals from a player via HDMI
to the TV without producing sound from the receiver, but
only when a Control with HDMI-compatible component
(Blu-ray Disc player, etc.) and compatible TV are
connected. In this case, the receiver’s power turns on and
the power and HDMI indicators light.
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Chapter
9
Controlling the rest of your system
Setting the remote to control other
components
Most components can be assigned to one of the input
function buttons using the component’s manufacturer preset
code stored in the remote.
However, please note that there are cases where only certain
functions may be controllable after assigning the proper
preset code, or the codes for the manufacturer in the remote
control will not work for the model that you are using.
Note
• TV CONTROL buttons are only dedicated to control the TV
(for example, codes for TV, CATV, Satellite TV or DTV).
• You can cancel or exit any of the steps by pressing
RECEIVER .
• After one minute of inactivity, the remote automatically
exits the operation.
Selecting preset codes directly
Clearing all the remote control settings
You can clear all presets and restore the factory default
settings.
RECEIVER SLEEP
SOURCE
INPUT
1
2
3
DISP
4
5
6
CH
7
8
9
CH
CLR
0
ENTER
SHIFT
RECEIVER
1
the input function button for the component you
2 Press
want to control.
While pressing RECEIVER , press and hold the ‘1’ button
for three seconds.
The component can be assigned to the BD, DVD, DVR/
BDR, SAT/CBL, GAME, VIDEO, CD, or TV button.
• When assigning preset codes to TV CONTROL, press
INPUT here.
the number buttons to enter the preset code.
3 Use
You can find the preset codes on page 56.
If the correct code has been input the power of the
component being input will turn on or off.
The power of the component being input will only turn on
or off if that component is able to be turned on directly by
remote control.
steps 2 through 3 to try a different code, or to
4 Repeat
enter a code for another component you want to
control.
5 When you’re done, press
RECEIVER .
55
pressing
 While
for three seconds.
RECEIVER , press and hold the ‘0’ button
Default preset codes
Input function
button
Preset code
BD
2 2 55
DVD
2 2 56
DVR/BDR
2 2 57
SAT/CBL
6 3 25
GAME
5 0 03
VIDEO
6 0 99
CD
5 0 00
TV
0 2 91
TV CONTROL
0 2 91
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Controlling the rest of your system
Controls for TVs
Controls for other components
Preset Code List
This remote control can control components (TV, DTV,
Satellite TV or Cable TV) after entering the proper codes or
teaching the receiver the commands (see Controlling the rest
of your system on page 55 for more on this). Use the input
function buttons to select the component.
• The TV CONTROL buttons on the remote control are
dedicated to control the TV assigned to the TV CONTROL
INPUT button.
This remote control can control these components (BD, DVD,
CD, DVR (BDR), VCR, CD-R) after entering the proper codes
or teaching the receiver the commands (see Controlling the
rest of your system on page 55 for more on this). Use the input
function buttons to select the component.
For Blu-ray Disc player, DVD player, CD player, DVR (BDR), VCR,
CD-R:
You should have no problem controlling a component if you
find the manufacturer in this list, but please note that there
are cases where codes for the manufacturer in the list will not
work for the model that you are using. There are also cases
where only certain functions may be controllable after
assigning the proper preset code.
Button(s)
Function
SOURCE
Press to switch the component between
standby and on.
• We do not guarantee the operations of all the
manufacturers and devices listed. Operation may not be
possible even if a preset code is entered.

Press to return to the start of the current track.
Repeated presses skips to the start of previous
tracks.
Button(s)
Function
TV CONTROL  Switches the TV between standby and on.
TV CONTROL
INPUT
Switches the TV input. (Not possible with all
models.)
TV CONTROL CH Selects channels.
+/–

Press to advance to the start of the next track.
Repeated presses skips to the start of following
tracks.
TV CONTROL
VOL +/–
Adjust the TV volume.
SOURCE
Press to switch the component assigned to the
TV button on or off.

Pause playback or recording.

Start playback.
HOME MENU
Use as the GUIDE button for navigating.

Hold down for fast forward playback.
RETURN
Use to select closed captioning with DTV.

Hold down for fast reverse playback.

Stops playback (on some models, pressing this
when the disc is already stopped will cause the
disc tray to open).
Number buttons Use to select a specific TV channel.
ENTER
Use to enter a channel.
MENU
Press to display the TV menu.
////
ENTER
Press to select or adjust and navigate items on
the menu screen.
CH +/–
Selects channels.
Number buttons Use to enter a title/chapter/track number.
DISP
Press to display information.
TOP MENU
Displays the disc ‘top’ menu of a BD/DVD
player.
MENU
Displays menus for the current BD/DVD or
DVR you are using.
////
Navigates BD/DVD menu/options.
ENTER/RETURN
HOME MENU
Displays the HOME MENU.
CH +/–
Selects channels. (DVR/VCR only)
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Important
example:
TV
Pioneer 0113
Category
Preset code
Manufacturer
9
TV
Pioneer 0113, 0233, 0252, 0275, 0291,
0295, 0296, 0305
A.R. Systems 0155
Acme 0141
Acura 0142, 0154
ADC 0140
Admiral 0138, 0139, 0140, 0145, 0146
Adyson 0141, 0228, 0229
Agashi 0228, 0229
Agazi 0140
Aiko 0141, 0142, 0154, 0155, 0228,
0229
Aim 0155
Aiwa 0199
Akai 0142, 0143, 0149, 0152, 0154,
0155, 0228, 0229
Akiba 0143, 0155
Akura 0140, 0143, 0154, 0155
Alaron 0228
Alba 0125, 0141, 0142, 0143, 0147,
0150, 0152, 0154, 0155, 0190, 0193,
0203, 0228
Alcyon 0132
Allorgan 0229
Allstar 0149, 0155
AMOi 0224
Amplivision 0125, 0141, 0156, 0229
Amstrad 0140, 0142, 0143, 0154, 0155
Anam 0142
Anglo 0142, 0154
Anitech 0132, 0140, 0142, 0154, 0155
Ansonic 0125, 0133, 0142, 0144, 0154,
0155
Arcam 0228, 0229
Arcam Delta 0141
Aristona 0149, 0152, 0155
Arthur Martin 0156
ASA 0138, 0146
Asberg 0132, 0149, 0155
Astra 0142
Asuka 0140, 0141, 0143, 0228, 0229
Atlantic 0141, 0149, 0152, 0155, 0228
Atori 0142, 0154
Auchan 0156
Audiosonic 0125, 0141, 0142, 0143,
0149, 0152, 0155, 0229
AudioTon 0125, 0141, 0229
Ausind 0132
Autovox 0132, 0138, 0140, 0141, 0229
Awa 0228, 0229
Baird 0229
Bang & Olufsen 0138, 0230
Basic Line 0142, 0143, 0149, 0154,
0155, 0229
Bastide 0141, 0229
Baur 0152, 0155
Bazin 0229
Beko 0125, 0150, 0155, 0175
Controlling the rest of your system
Benq 0219
Beon 0149, 0152, 0155
Best 0125
Bestar 0125, 0149, 0155
Binatone 0141, 0229
Blue Sky 0143, 0155
Blue Star 0151
Boots 0141, 0229
BPL 0151, 0155
Brandt 0148, 0153, 0157, 0159
Brinkmann 0155
Brionvega 0138, 0149, 0152, 0155
Britannia 0141, 0228, 0229
Bruns 0138
BTC 0143
Bush 0142, 0143, 0145, 0147, 0149,
0151, 0152, 0154, 0155, 0180, 0193,
0229
Capsonic 0140
Carena 0155
Carrefour 0147
Cascade 0142, 0154, 0155
Casio 0221
Cathay 0149, 0152, 0155
CCE 0229
Centurion 0149, 0152, 0155
Century 0138
CGE 0125, 0132
Cimline 0142, 0154
City 0142, 0154
Clarivox 0152
Clatronic 0125, 0132, 0140, 0141,
0142, 0143, 0149, 0150, 0154, 0155,
0229
CMS 0228
CMS Hightec 0229
Concorde 0142, 0154
Condor 0125, 0141, 0149, 0150, 0154,
0155, 0228
Contec 0141, 0142, 0147, 0154, 0228
Continental Edison 0148
Cosmel 0142, 0154
Crosley 0132, 0138
Crown 0125, 0132, 0142, 0149, 0150,
0152, 0154, 0155
CS Electronics 0141, 0143, 0228
CTC Clatronic 0144
Cybertron 0143
Daewoo 0128, 0141, 0142, 0149,
0154, 0155, 0169, 0179, 0206, 0228,
0229
Dainichi 0143, 0228
Dansai 0140, 0149, 0152, 0155, 0228,
0229
Dantax 0125, 0152
Dawa 0155
Daytron 0142, 0154
De Graaf 0145
Decca 0141, 0149, 0152, 0155, 0229
Denver 0213, 0218
Desmet 0149, 0152, 0155
Diamant 0155
Diamond 0228
Dixi 0142, 0149, 0152, 0154, 0155,
0229
DTS 0142, 0154
Dual 0141, 0155, 0229
Dual-Tec 0141, 0142
Dumont 0138, 0141, 0144, 0229
Dux 0152
Dynatron 0149, 0152, 0155
Elbe 0125, 0133, 0155, 0229
Elcit 0138
Electa 0151
ELECTRO TECH 0142
Elin 0141, 0149, 0152, 0154, 0155, 0228
Elite 0143, 0149, 0155
Elman 0144
Elta 0142, 0154, 0228
Emerson 0125, 0138, 0155
Epson 0216
Erres 0149, 0152, 0155
ESC 0229
Etron 0142
Eurofeel 0229, 0140
Euroline 0152
Euroman 0125, 0140, 0141, 0149,
0155, 0228, 0229
Europhon 0141, 0144, 0149, 0155,
0228, 0229
Expert 0156
Exquisit 0155
Fenner 0142, 0154
Ferguson 0148, 0152, 0153, 0157
Fidelity 0141, 0145, 0155, 0228
Filsai 0229
Finlandia 0145
Finlux 0132, 0138, 0141, 0144, 0149,
0152, 0155, 0229
Firstline 0141, 0142, 0149, 0154, 0155,
0228, 0229
Fisher 0125, 0138, 0141, 0147, 0150,
0229
Flint 0149, 0155
Formenti 0132, 0138, 0139, 0141,
0152, 0228
Formenti/Phoenix 0228
Fortress 0138, 0139
Fraba 0125, 0155
Friac 0125
Frontech 0140, 0142, 0145, 0146,
0154, 0229
Fujitsu 0229
Fujitsu General 0229
Funai 0140
Galaxi 0155, 0150
Galaxis 0125, 0155
GBC 0142, 0147, 0154
Geant Casino 0156
GEC 0141, 0146, 0149, 0152, 0155,
0229
Geloso 0142, 0145, 0154
General Technic 0142, 0154
Genexxa 0143, 0146, 0149, 0155
Giant 0229
GoldHand 0228
Goldline 0155
Goldstar 0125, 0141, 0142, 0145,
0149, 0152, 0154, 0155, 0228, 0229
Goodmans 0140, 0142, 0147, 0149,
0152, 0154, 0155, 0222, 0229
Gorenje 0125, 0150
GPM 0143
Graetz 0146
Granada 0132, 0141, 0145, 0147,
0149, 0152, 0155, 0156, 0229
Grandin 0142, 0143, 0151, 0152
Gronic 0229
Grundig 0124, 0125, 0132, 0155, 0162
Halifax 0140, 0141, 0228, 0229
Hampton 0141, 0228, 0229
Hanseatic 0125, 0133, 0141, 0142,
0147, 0149, 0152, 0154, 0155, 0229
Hantarex 0142, 0154, 0155
Hantor 0155
Harwood 0154, 0155
HCM 0140, 0141, 0142, 0151, 0154,
0155, 0229
Hema 0154, 0229
Higashi 0228
HiLine 0155
Hinari 0142, 0143, 0147, 0149, 0152,
0154, 0155
Hisawa 0143, 0151, 0156
Hitachi 0137, 0141, 0145, 0146, 0147,
0155, 0191, 0226, 0229
Hornyphon 0149, 0155
Hoshai 0143
Huanyu 0141, 0228
Hygashi 0141, 0228, 0229
Hyper 0141, 0142, 0154, 0228, 0229
Hypson 0140, 0141, 0149, 0151, 0152,
0155, 0156, 0229
Iberia 0155
ICE 0140, 0141, 0142, 0143, 0149, 0154,
0155, 0228, 0229
ICeS 0228
Imperial 0125, 0132, 0146, 0149, 0150,
0155
Indiana 0149, 0152, 0155
Ingelen 0146
Ingersol 0142, 0154
Inno Hit 0132, 0141, 0142, 0143, 0149,
0152, 0154, 0155, 0229
Innovation 0140, 0142
Interactive 0125
Interbuy 0142, 0154
Interfunk 0125, 0138, 0146, 0149,
0152, 0155
International 0228
Intervision 0125, 0140, 0141, 0144,
0155, 0229
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Irradio 0132, 0142, 0143, 0149, 0152,
0154, 0155
Isukai 0143, 0155
ITC 0141, 0229
ITS 0143, 0149, 0151, 0155, 0228
ITT 0142, 0146
ITV 0142, 0152, 0155
JVC 0134, 0135, 0147, 0149, 0192
Kaisui 0141, 0142, 0143, 0151, 0154,
0155, 0228, 0229
Kamosonic 0141
Kamp 0141, 0228
Kapsch 0146
Karcher 0125, 0141, 0142, 0152, 0155
Kawasho 0228
Kendo 0125, 0144, 0145, 0155
KIC 0229
Kingsley 0141, 0228
Kneissel 0125, 0133, 0155
Kolster 0149, 0155
Konka 0143
Korpel 0149, 0152, 0155
Korting 0125, 0138
Kosmos 0155
Koyoda 0142
KTV 0141, 0229
Kyoto 0228, 0229
Lasat 0125
Lenco 0142, 0154
Lenoir 0141, 0142, 0154
Leyco 0140, 0149, 0152, 0155
LG 0125, 0136, 0141, 0142, 0145, 0149,
0152, 0154, 0155, 0186, 0189, 0196,
0220, 0228, 0229
LG/GoldStar 0129
Liesenk 0152
Liesenkotter 0155
Life 0140, 0142
Lifetec 0140, 0142, 0154, 0155
Lloyds 0154
Loewe 0125, 0133, 0155, 0166, 0167
Loewe Opta 0138, 0149, 0152
Luma 0145, 0152, 0154, 0155
Lumatron 0145, 0149, 0152, 0155,
0229
Lux May 0149
Luxor 0141, 0145, 0229
M Electronic 0141, 0142, 0146, 0148,
0149, 0152
Magnadyne 0138, 0144, 0152
Magnafon 0132, 0141, 0144, 0228
Magnum 0140, 0142
Mandor 0140
Manesth 0140, 0141, 0149, 0152,
0155, 0229
Marantz 0149, 0152, 0155
Marelli 0138
Mark 0149, 0152, 0154, 0155, 0228,
0229
Masuda 0229
Matsui 0141, 0142, 0145, 0147, 0149,
0152, 0154, 0155, 0229
Mediator 0149, 0152, 0155
Medion 0140, 0142, 0155
M-Electronic 0154, 0155, 0228, 0229
Melvox 0156
Memorex 0142, 0154
Memphis 0142, 0154
Mercury 0154, 0155
Metz 0138, 0299, 0300, 0301, 0302
Micromaxx 0140, 0142
Microstar 0140, 0142
Minerva 0132
Minoka 0149, 0155
Mitsubishi 0138, 0147, 0149, 0155,
0200
Mivar 0125, 0132, 0133, 0141, 0228,
0229
Motion 0132
MTC 0125, 0228
Multi System 0152
Multitech 0125, 0141, 0142, 0144,
0145, 0147, 0152, 0154, 0155, 0228,
0229
Murphy 0141, 0228
Naonis 0145
NEC 0147, 0229
Neckermann 0125, 0138, 0141, 0145,
0149, 0150, 0152, 0155, 0229
NEI 0149, 0152, 0155
Neufunk 0154, 0155
New Tech 0142, 0149, 0154, 0155,
0229
New World 0143
Nicamagic 0141, 0228
Nikkai 0140, 0141, 0143, 0149, 0152,
0154, 0155, 0228, 0229
Nobliko 0132, 0141, 0144, 0228
Nokia 0146
Nordic 0229
Nordmende 0138, 0146, 0148, 0149
Nordvision 0152
Novatronic 0155
Oceanic 0146, 0156
Okano 0125, 0150, 0155
ONCEAS 0141
Opera 0155
Orbit 0149, 0155
Orion 0142, 0149, 0152, 0154, 0155,
0194
Orline 0155
Osaki 0140, 0141, 0143, 0155, 0229
Oso 0143
Otto Versand 0139, 0141, 0147,
0149, 0151, 0152, 0155, 0229
Pael 0141, 0228
Palladium 0125, 0141, 0150, 0155,
0229
Palsonic 0229
9
Panama 0140, 0141, 0142, 0154, 0155,
0228, 0229
Panasonic 0123, 0146, 0155, 0158,
0164, 0214, 0217
Panavision 0155
Pathe Cinema 0125, 0133, 0141,
0156, 0228
Pausa 0142, 0154
Perdio 0155, 0228
Perfekt 0155
Philco 0125, 0132, 0138, 0155
Philharmonic 0141, 0229
Philips 0115, 0117, 0138, 0141, 0149,
0152, 0155, 0160, 0163, 0165, 0170,
0171, 0173, 0174, 0182, 0183, 0195,
0196, 0202, 0205, 0212, 0215
Phoenix 0125, 0138, 0149, 0152, 0155,
0228
Phonola 0138, 0149, 0152, 0155, 0228
Plantron 0140, 0149, 0154, 0155
Playsonic 0229
Poppy 0142, 0154
Prandoni-Prince 0132, 0145
Precision 0141, 0229
Prima 0142, 0146, 0154
Profex 0142, 0154
Profi-Tronic 0149, 0155
Proline 0149, 0155
Prosonic 0125, 0141, 0152, 0155,
0228, 0229, 0232
Protech 0140, 0141, 0142, 0144, 0149,
0152, 0229
Provision 0152, 0155
Pye 0149, 0152, 0155, 0198
Pymi 0142, 0154
Quandra Vision 0156
Quelle 0140, 0141, 0149, 0152, 0155,
0229
Questa 0147
Radialva 0155
Radio Shack 0155
Radiola 0149, 0152, 0155, 0229
Radiomarelli 0138, 0155
Radiotone 0125, 0149, 0154, 0155
Rank 0147
Recor 0155
Redstar 0155
Reflex 0155
Revox 0125, 0149, 0152, 0155
Rex 0140, 0145, 0146
RFT 0125, 0133, 0138
Rhapsody 0228
R-Line 0149, 0152, 0155
Roadstar 0140, 0142, 0143, 0154
Robotron 0138
Rowa 0228, 0229
Royal Lux 0125
RTF 0138
Saba 0138, 0146, 0148, 0153, 0157,
0159
Controlling the rest of your system
Saisho 0140, 0141, 0142, 0154, 0229
Salora 0145, 0146
Sambers 0132, 0144
Samsung 0119, 0120, 0125, 0140,
0141, 0142, 0149, 0150, 0152, 0154,
0155, 0177, 0178, 0181, 0204, 0208,
0228, 0229
Sandra 0141, 0228, 0229
Sansui 0149, 0155
Sanyo 0125, 0133, 0141, 0147, 0154,
0187, 0228, 0229
SBR 0152, 0155
SCHAUB LORENTZ 0146
Schneider 0141, 0143, 0149, 0152,
0155, 0190, 0229
SEG 0140, 0141, 0144, 0147, 0152,
0154, 0155, 0190, 0228, 0229
SEI 0155
SEI-Sinudyne 0138, 0144, 0146
Seleco 0145, 0146, 0147
Sencora 0142, 0154
Sentra 0154
Serino 0228
Sharp 0130, 0131, 0139, 0147, 0184,
0207
Siarem 0138, 0144, 0155
Sierra 0149, 0155
Siesta 0125
Silva 0228
Silver 0147
Singer 0138, 0144, 0156
Sinudyne 0138, 0144, 0152, 0155
Skantic 0146
Solavox 0146
Sonitron 0125, 0229
Sonoko 0140, 0141, 0142, 0149, 0152,
0154, 0155, 0229
Sonolor 0146, 0156
Sontec 0125, 0149, 0152, 0155
Sony 0116, 0118, 0142, 0147, 0161,
0168, 0172, 0185, 0188, 0197, 0201,
0211, 0225, 0227
Sound & Vision 0143, 0144
Soundwave 0149, 0152, 0155
Standard 0141, 0142, 0143, 0149,
0154, 0155, 0229
Starlight 0152
Starlite 0154, 0155
Stenway 0151
Stern 0145, 0146
Strato 0154, 0155
Stylandia 0229
Sunkai 0142
Sunstar 0154, 0155
Sunwood 0142, 0149, 0154, 0155
Superla 0141, 0228, 0229
SuperTech 0154, 0155, 0228
Supra 0142, 0154
Susumu 0143
Sutron 0142, 0154
Sydney 0141, 0228, 0229
Sysline 0152
Sytong 0228
Tandy 0139, 0141, 0143, 0146, 0229
Tashiko 0144, 0145, 0147, 0228, 0229
Tatung 0141, 0149, 0152, 0155, 0229
TCM 0140, 0142
Teac 0155, 0229
Tec 0141, 0142, 0154, 0229
TEDELEX 0229
Teleavia 0148
Telecor 0155, 0229
Telefunken 0148, 0149, 0155, 0157
Telegazi 0155
Telemeister 0155
Telesonic 0155
Telestar 0155
Teletech 0142, 0152, 0154, 0155
Teleton 0141, 0229
Televideon 0228
Televiso 0156
Tensai 0142, 0143, 0149, 0154, 0155,
0229
Tesmet 0149
Tevion 0140, 0142
Texet 0141, 0154, 0228, 0229
Thomson 0121, 0122, 0141, 0148,
0149, 0153, 0155, 0157, 0159, 0210
Thorn 0152, 0155
Tokai 0149, 0155, 0229
Tokyo 0141, 0228
Tomashi 0151
Toshiba 0126, 0127, 0147, 0176, 0209,
0229
Towada 0146, 0229
Trakton 0229
Trans Continens 0155, 0229
Transtec 0228
Trident 0229
Triumph 0155
Vestel 0145, 0146, 0149, 0150, 0152,
0155, 0229
Vexa 0142, 0152, 0154, 0155
Victor 0147, 0149
VIDEOLOGIC 0228
Videologique 0141, 0143, 0228, 0229
VideoSystem 0149, 0155
Videotechnic 0228, 0229
Viewsonic 0223
Visiola 0141, 0228
Vision 0149, 0155, 0229
Vortec 0149, 0152, 0155
Voxson 0132, 0138, 0145, 0146, 0149,
0155
Waltham 0141, 0155, 0229
Watson 0149, 0152, 0155
Watt Radio 0141, 0144, 0228
Wega 0138, 0147, 0155
Wegavox 0154
Weltblick 0149, 0152, 0155, 0229
White Westinghouse 0141, 0144,
0152, 0155, 0228
Xrypton 0155
Yamishi 0155, 0229
Yokan 0155
Yoko 0125, 0140, 0141, 0142, 0143,
0149, 0152, 0154, 0155, 0228, 0229
Yorx 0143
Zanussi 0145, 0229
DVD
If operations are not possible
using the preset codes below,
you may be able to conduct
operations with the preset codes
for the BD, DVR (BDR, HDR).
Pioneer 2014
AEG 2188
Aiwa 2149
Akai 2096
Akura 2186
Alba 2122, 2133, 2143
Amitech 2188
AMW 2189
Awa 2189
Bang & Olufsen 2191
Bellagio 2189
Best Buy 2185
Brainwave 2188
Brandt 2112, 2139
Bush 2122, 2143, 2177, 2184
Cambridge Audio 2180
CAT 2182, 2183
Centrum 2183
CGV 2180, 2188
Cinetec 2189
Clatronic 2184
Coby 2190
Conia 2177
Continental Edison 2189
Crown 2188
C-Tech 2181
CyberHome 2103, 2132
Daenyx 2189
Daewoo 2130, 2154, 2188, 2189
Daewoo International 2189
Dalton 2187
Dansai 2179, 2188
Daytek 2105, 2128, 2189
Dayton 2189
DEC 2184
Decca 2188
Denon 2161, 2163
Denver 2164, 2184, 2186, 2190
Denzel 2178
Diamond 2180, 2181
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DK Digital 2129
Dmtech 2095
Dual 2178
DVX 2181
Easy Home 2185
Eclipse 2180
Electrohome 2188
Elin 2188
Elta 2142, 2188
Enzer 2178
Finlux 2180, 2188
Gericom 2145
Global Solutions 2181
Global Sphere 2181
Goodmans 2122, 2165, 2184
Graetz 2178
Grundig 2148
Grunkel 2188
H&B 2184
Haaz 2180, 2181
HiMAX 2185
Hitachi 2110, 2178, 2185
Innovation 2097
JVC 2119, 2136, 2152
Kansai 2190
Kennex 2188
Kenwood 2146
KeyPlug 2188
Kiiro 2188
Kingavon 2184
Kiss 2178
Koda 2184
KXD 2185
Lawson 2181
Lecson 2179
Lenco 2184, 2188
LG 2111, 2115, 2135, 2138, 2160, 2171
Life 2097
Lifetec 2097
Limit 2181
Loewe 2151
LogicLab 2181
Magnavox 2184
Majestic 2190
Marantz 2157
Marquant 2188
Matsui 2139
Mecotek 2188
Medion 2097
MiCO 2180
Micromaxx 2097
Microstar 2097
Minoka 2188
Mizuda 2184, 2185
Monyka 2178
Mustek 2101
Mx Onda 2180
Naiko 2188
Neufunk 2178
Nevir 2188
NU-TEC 2177
Onkyo 2167
Optim 2179
Optimus 2099
Orava 2184
Orbit 2189
Orion 2156
P&B 2184
Pacific 2181
Panasonic 2113, 2114, 2121, 2127,
2131, 2170
Philips 2100, 2106, 2117, 2118, 2126,
2134, 2157
Pointer 2188
Portland 2188
Powerpoint 2189
Prosonic 2190
Provision 2184
Raite 2178
RedStar 2186, 2188, 2190
Reoc 2181
Roadstar 2116, 2184
Ronin 2189
Rowa 2177
Rownsonic 2183
Saba 2112, 2139
Sabaki 2181
Saivod 2188
Samsung 2110, 2137, 2158, 2173,
2176
Sansui 2180, 2181, 2188
Sanyo 2140, 2166
ScanMagic 2101
Schaub Lorenz 2188
Schneider 2095
Scientific Labs 2181
Scott 2120, 2187
SEG 2116, 2178, 2181, 2189
Sharp 2097, 2141, 2174
Sigmatek 2185
Silva 2186
Singer 2180, 2181
Skymaster 2153, 2181
Skyworth 2186
Slim Art 2188
SM Electronic 2181
Sony 2104, 2108, 2123, 2124, 2125,
2150, 2175
Soundmaster 2181
Soundmax 2181
Spectra 2189
Standard 2181
Star Cluster 2181
Starmedia 2184
Sunkai 2188
Supervision 2181
Synn 2181
Tatung 2130, 2188
9
TCM 2097
Teac 2162, 2177, 2181
Tec 2186
Technika 2188
Telefunken 2183
Tensai 2188
Tevion 2097, 2181, 2187
Thomson 2098, 2112, 2155, 2159
Tokai 2178, 2186
Toshiba 2102, 2156, 2168, 2169, 2172
TRANScontinents 2189
Trio 2188
TruVision 2185
Wharfedale 2180, 2181
Xbox 2098
Xlogic 2181, 2188
XMS 2188
Yamada 2189
Yamaha 2106
Yamakawa 2178, 2189
Yukai 2101, 2147
BD
If operations are not possible
using the preset codes below,
you may be able to conduct
operations with the preset codes
for the DVD, DVR (BDR, HDR).
Pioneer 2034, 2192, 2255, 2258, 2259,
2260, 2281
Denon 2310, 2311, 2312
Hitachi 2307, 2308, 2309
JVC 2290, 2291, 2293, 2294, 2295, 2296
LG 2286, 2287
Marantz 2302, 2303
Mitsubishi 2300, 2301
Onkyo 2289
Panasonic 2277, 2278, 2279
Philips 2280
Samsung 2282
Sharp 2304, 2305, 2306
Sony 2283, 2284, 2285, 2292
Toshiba 2288, 2262
Yamaha 2297, 2298, 2299
Controlling the rest of your system
DVR (BDR, HDR)
If operations are not possible
using the preset codes below,
you may be able to conduct
operations with the preset codes
for the DVD, BD.
Pioneer 2078, 2099, 2107, 2109, 2144,
2157, 2193, 2194, 2195, 2196, 2258,
2259, 2260, 2261, 2264, 2265, 2266,
2270
Panasonic 2263, 2269
Sharp 2267, 2275
Sony 2268, 2271, 2272, 2273, 2276
Toshiba 2274
VCR
Pioneer 1053, 1108
Adyson 1050
Aiwa 1033, 1034, 1035
Akai 1034
Akiba 1040, 1050
Akura 1034, 1040, 1050
Alba 1035, 1036, 1037, 1040, 1050,
1051
Ambassador 1037
Amstrad 1033, 1050, 1051
Anitech 1040, 1050
ASA 1038, 1039
Asuka 1033, 1038, 1039, 1040, 1050
Audiosonic 1051
Baird 1033, 1034, 1036, 1051
Bang & Olufsen 1052
Basic Line 1035, 1036, 1037, 1040,
1050, 1051
Baur 1039
Bestar 1036, 1037, 1051
Black Panther Line 1036, 1051
Blaupunkt 1039
Bondstec 1037, 1050
Bush 1035, 1036, 1040, 1050, 1051
Cathay 1051
Catron 1037
CGE 1033, 1034
Cimline 1035, 1040, 1050
Clatronic 1037, 1050
Condor 1036, 1037, 1051
Crown 1036, 1037, 1040, 1050, 1051
Daewoo 1036, 1037, 1051
Dansai 1040, 1050, 1051
Dantax 1035
Daytron 1036, 1051
De Graaf 1039
Decca 1033, 1034, 1039
Denko 1050
Dual 1034, 1051, 1060
Dumont 1033, 1039
Elbe 1051
Elcatech 1050
Elsay 1050
Elta 1040, 1050, 1051
Emerson 1050
ESC 1036, 1051
Etzuko 1040, 1050
Ferguson 1034
Fidelity 1033, 1050
Finlandia 1039
Finlux 1033, 1034, 1039
Firstline 1035, 1038, 1040, 1050
Flint 1035
Formenti/Phoenix 1039
Frontech 1037
Fujitsu 1033
Funai 1033
Galaxy 1033
GBC 1037, 1040
GEC 1039
Geloso 1040
General 1037
General Technic 1035
GoldHand 1040, 1050
Goldstar 1033, 1048
Goodmans 1033, 1036, 1037, 1038,
1040, 1050, 1051
Graetz 1034
Granada 1039
Grandin 1033, 1036, 1037, 1038, 1040,
1050, 1051
Grundig 1039, 1040
Hanseatic 1038, 1039, 1051
Harwood 1050
HCM 1040, 1050
Hinari 1035, 1040, 1050, 1051
Hisawa 1035
Hitachi 1033, 1034, 1039, 1045
Hypson 1035, 1040, 1050, 1051
Impego 1037
Imperial 1033
Inno Hit 1036, 1037, 1039, 1040, 1050,
1051
Innovation 1035
Interbuy 1038, 1050
Interfunk 1039
Intervision 1033, 1051
Irradio 1038, 1040, 1050
ITT 1034
ITV 1036, 1038, 1051
JVC 1034, 1046
Kaisui 1040, 1050
Karcher 1039
Kendo 1035, 1036, 1037, 1050
Korpel 1040, 1050
Kyoto 1050
Lenco 1036
Leyco 1040, 1050
LG 1033, 1038, 1049
Lifetec 1035
Loewe Opta 1038, 1039
Logik 1040, 1050
Lumatron 1036, 1051
Luxor 1050
M Electronic 1033
Manesth 1040, 1050
Marantz 1039
Mark 1051
Matsui 1035, 1038
Matsushita 1033, 1039
Mediator 1039
Medion 1035
Memorex 1033, 1038
Memphis 1040, 1050
Micromaxx 1035
Microstar 1035
Migros 1033
Multitech 1033, 1037, 1039, 1040,
1050
Murphy 1033
NEC 1034
Neckermann 1034, 1039
NEI 1039
Nesco 1040, 1050
Nikkai 1037, 1050, 1051
Nokia 1034, 1051
Nordmende 1034
Oceanic 1033, 1034
Okano 1035, 1050, 1051
Orion 1035
Orson 1033
Osaki 1033, 1038, 1040, 1050
Otto Versand 1039
Palladium 1034, 1038, 1040, 1050
Panasonic 1043
Pathe Marconi 1034
Perdio 1033
Philco 1050
Philips 1039, 1045, 1052
Phonola 1039
Portland 1036, 1037, 1051
Prinz 1033
Profex 1040
Proline 1033
Prosonic 1035, 1051
Pye 1039
Quelle 1033, 1039
Radialva 1050
Radiola 1039
Rex 1034
RFT 1037, 1039, 1050
Roadstar 1036, 1038, 1040, 1050,
1051
Royal 1050
Saba 1034
Saisho 1035, 1040
Samsung 1041
Samurai 1037, 1050
59
Sansui 1034
Saville 1051
SBR 1039
Schaub Lorenz 1033, 1034
Schneider 1033, 1035, 1036, 1037,
1038, 1039, 1040, 1050, 1051
SEG 1040, 1050, 1051
SEI-Sinudyne 1039
Seleco 1034
Sentra 1037, 1050
Sentron 1040, 1050
Sharp 1042
Shintom 1040, 1050
Shivaki 1038
Siemens 1038
Silva 1038
Silver 1051
Sinudyne 1039
Solavox 1037
Sonneclair 1050
Sonoko 1036, 1051
Sontec 1038
Sony 1044
Standard 1036, 1051
Stern 1051
Sunkai 1035
Sunstar 1033
Suntronic 1033
Sunwood 1040, 1050
Symphonic 1050
Taisho 1035
Tandberg 1051
Tashiko 1033
Tatung 1033, 1034, 1039
TCM 1035
Teac 1051
Tec 1037, 1050, 1051
Teleavia 1034
Telefunken 1034
Teletech 1050, 1051
Tenosal 1040, 1050
Tensai 1033, 1038, 1040, 1050
Tevion 1035
Thomson 1034, 1048
Thorn 1034
Tokai 1038, 1040, 1050
Tonsai 1040
Toshiba 1034, 1039, 1047
Towada 1040, 1050
Towika 1040, 1050
TVA 1037
Uher 1038
Ultravox 1051
United Quick Star 1036, 1051
Universum 1033, 1038, 1039
Videon 1035
Weltblick 1038
Yamishi 1040, 1050
Yokan 1040, 1050
Yoko 1037, 1038, 1040, 1050
Satellite Set Top Box
Pioneer 6220, 6219, 6204
@sat 6251
@Sky 6238
ABsat 6180
Acoustic Solutions 6217
ADB 6174
Akai 6214
Akura 6228
Alba 6176, 6200, 6180, 6217
Allsat 6214
Alltech 6180
Allvision 6252, 6238, 6199
Amitronica 6180
Ampere 6256, 6261
Amstrad 6202, 6243, 6256, 6261,
6236, 6180
Anglo 6180
Ankaro 6180
Ansonic 6245
Anttron 6200
Apollo 6176
Apro 6232
Arcon 6192
Arcus 6193
Armstrong 6214
Arnion 6251
ASA 6230
Asat 6214
ASCI 6213, 6238
ASLF 6180
AssCom 6220
Astra 6255, 6180
Astratec 6268, 6269
Astrell 6202
Astro 6177, 6236, 6255, 6200, 6246,
6215, 6222, 6243
Atlanta 6245
Atsat 6251
AtSky 6238
Audioline 6232
Audioton 6200
Austar 6174
Avalon 6261
Axil 6244, 6186, 6245
Axis 6267
Axitronic 6228
B.net 6232
B@ytronic 6230, 6199
Balmet 6186
Beko 6176
Belson 6245
Big Sat 6186
Black Diamond 6217
Blaupunkt 6177
Blue Sky 6180
Boca 6256, 6180, 6252, 6185, 6257,
6237, 6187, 6188
Bodner & Mann 6194
9
Boshmann 6244, 6247
Boston 6227
Brainwave 6232, 6231
British Sky Broadcasting 6210
Broco 6180
BskyB 6210
BT 6195
Bubu Sat 6180
Bush 6254, 6217, 6264, 6228, 6190,
6232, 6268, 6201, 6265, 6182
Cambridge 6236
Canal Digital 6220
Canal Satellite 6220, 6219, 6278,
6277
Canal+ 6220, 6277
CGV 6244, 6183
Cherokee 6194
Chess 6213, 6180, 6238, 6228
CityCom 6229, 6255, 6179, 6192,
6241, 6252
Clark 6200
Classic 6232
Clatronic 6244
Clayton 6228
Clemens Kamphus 6261
Cobra 6261
Colombia 6256
Columbia 6256
Comag 6256, 6252, 6185, 6199, 6244,
6257, 6237, 6189, 6187, 6188
Comsat 6244
Condor 6255, 6253
Connexions 6261
Conrad 6256, 6236, 6207, 6255
Coship 6186, 6232
Crown 6217
Cryptovision 6176
CS 6247
Cyfrowy Polsat 6220
Cyrus 6214
D-box 6275
Daewoo 6267, 6180, 6195, 6268, 6182
Dantax 6228
Deltasat 6192
Denver 6245
Digatron 6231
Digenius 6229, 6226
Digiality 6255, 6238
Digifusion 6268, 6269
Digihome 6217, 6265, 6218
DigiLogic 6217
DigiQuest 6251, 6186, 6247
DigiSat 6252
Digisky 6186
Digital 6187
Digital Vision 6269
DigitalBox 6222, 6247
Dijam 6195
DirecTV 6263
Discovery 6194
Distratel 6202, 6250
Controlling the rest of your system
DMT 6192
DNT 6214, 6261
Doro 6232
Dual 6252
Durabrand 6217, 6218
Echolink 6185
Echostar 6220, 6233, 6261, 6176,
6180, 6181, 6239
Edision 6247
Einhell 6256, 6236, 6180
Elap 6180, 6244, 6183
Elbe 6245
Elless 6230
Elsat 6180
Elta 6214
eMTech 6196
Energy Sistem 6247
Engel 6180, 6227
EP Sat 6176
Eurieult 6202
Eurocrypt 6176
EuroLine 6227
Europa 6236, 6255
Europhon 6256, 6229, 6255
Eurosat 6189
Eurosky 6256, 6213, 6229, 6236, 6255,
6230
Eurostar 6255, 6179
Eutelsat 6180
Eutra 6230
Evesham 6218
Exator 6200
Fagor 6203
Fenner 6180
Ferguson 6176, 6264, 6268, 6269
Fidelity 6236
Finlandia 6176
Finlux 6176, 6207, 6228
FinnSat 6230
Flair Mate 6180
Fly Com 6186
FMD 6213, 6244, 6186
Freecom 6236
FTEmaximal 6180, 6189
Fuba 6177, 6229, 6261, 6207, 6226,
6196
Galaxis 6220, 6267
Gardiner 6179
Garnet 6192
GbSAT 6196
Gecco 6246, 6199
General Satellite 6241
Globo 6230, 6227, 6238, 6199, 6257
GOD Digital 6214
Gold Box 6220, 6219
Gold Vision 6247
Golden Interstar 6250
Goodmans 6176, 6254, 6217, 6264,
6271, 6218, 6201, 6190
Gran Prix 6230
Granada 6176
Grandin 6228
Grocos 6239, 6186
Grundig 6220, 6177, 6217, 6264, 6232,
6218, 6201, 6190
Haensel & Gretel 6256
Haier 6245
Hama 6183
Hanseatic 6215, 6222
Hauppauge 6231, 6232
HB 6196
Heliocom 6255
Helium 6255
Hiro 6189
Hirschmann 6267, 6177, 6229, 6261,
6236, 6207, 6255, 6230, 6252, 6199,
6189
Hitachi 6176, 6217, 6218
HNE 6256
Hornet 6251
Houston 6261
Humax 6241, 6268, 6242
Huth 6256, 6255, 6192, 6193
Hyundai 6192
ID Digital 6241
ILLUSION sat 6247
Imperial 6222, 6216, 6223, 6238, 6232
Ingelen 6213, 6261
Inno Hit 6228
International 6256
Interstar 6196
Intervision 6255
Inves 6268
iotronic 6244
ITT Nokia 6176, 6207
Jaeger 6238
K-SAT 6180
Kamm 6180
Kaon 6251
KaTelco 6267
Kathrein 6177, 6214, 6213, 6262,
6200, 6180, 6179, 6272, 6183
Kendo 6252
Kenwood 6220
Key West 6256
Kiton 6213
KR 6200
Kreiling 6213, 6194, 6228
Kreiselmeyer 6177
Kyostar 6200
L&S Electronic 6256, 6238
Labgear 6195
LaSAT 6177, 6256, 6229, 6255, 6230
Leiko 6228
Lemon 6238
Lenco 6255, 6180
Lenson 6236
LG 6192
Lifesat 6256, 6229, 6180
Listo 6228
Lodos 6217
Logik 6217
Logix 6192
Lorenzen 6256, 6229, 6255, 6226,
6231, 6257, 6237
Luxor 6236, 6207, 6265
M Electronic 6179
Manata 6256, 6180
Manhattan 6176, 6251
Marantz 6214
Maspro 6177, 6180
Matsui 6177, 6217, 6271, 6228, 6268,
6269
Max 6255
Maximum 6192, 6238
Mediabox 6220, 6219
Mediacom 6198
MediaSat 6220, 6219, 6236, 6278,
6277
Medion 6256, 6229, 6180, 6230, 6192,
6252, 6238, 6199, 6228
Medison 6180
Mega 6214
MegaSat 6189
Metronic 6256, 6200, 6180, 6179,
6202, 6250, 6238, 6244
Metz 6177
Micro 6236, 6255, 6200, 6180, 6231
Micro Elektronic 6180
Micro Technology 6180
Micromaxx 6229
Microstar 6229, 6192, 6226
Microtec 6180
Mitsubishi 6176
Morgan’s 6214, 6256, 6180, 6252,
6199
Multibroadcast 6174
Multichoice 6174
Myryad 6214
Mysat 6180
MySky 6212, 6211
NEOTION 6238
Netsat 6263
Neuhaus 6236, 6255, 6180
Neuling 6256, 6252, 6257, 6188
Neusat 6180
Neveling 6226
Newton 6261
NextWave 6193
Nichimen 6254
Nikko 6214, 6180
Noda Electronic 6202
Nokia 6220, 6176, 6207, 6206
Nordmende 6176
Octagon 6200
OctalTV 6231
Onn 6217, 6218
Opentel 6252, 6199
Optex 6213, 6180, 6250, 6244, 6203,
6228
60
Orbis 6252, 6238, 6199
Orbitech 6213, 6236, 6215, 6222,
6216, 6223
P/Sat 6252
Pace 6220, 6214, 6176, 6181, 6273,
6212, 6211
Pacific 6217
Packard Bell 6267
Palcom 6229, 6226, 6239
Palladium 6261, 6236
Palsat 6236
Panasonic 6176, 6178
Panda 6177, 6176, 6255
Pansat 6191
Pass 6183
Patriot 6256
peeKTon 6186, 6245
Philips 6220, 6177, 6214, 6275, 6219,
6277, 6268, 6232, 6179, 6200, 6176,
6263
Phoenix 6245
Phonotrend 6233
Pilotime 6278
Pino 6238
Pixx 6191
Planet 6261
PMB 6180, 6203
Polytron 6261
Portland 6195
Preisner 6256, 6261, 6243, 6185
Premier 6219
Primacom 6267
Pro Basic 6220, 6184
Proline 6217
Promax 6176
Proscan 6234
Quelle 6229, 6255
Radiola 6214
Radix 6261, 6243
Rainbow 6200
RCA 6234
Rebox 6196
Regal 6227
RFT 6214
Roadstar 6220, 6180
Rollmaster 6244
Rover 6180
Rownsonic 6183
SAB 6227, 6251
Saba 6255, 6230, 6202, 6184
Sabre 6176
Sagem 6275, 6258, 6277
Saivod 6245
Salora 6252
Samsung 6220, 6198, 6197, 6273,
6253
Sanyo 6228
SAT 6236
Sat Control 6251
Sat Partner 6236, 6200
Sat Team 6180
SAT+ 6239
Satcom 6255
Satec 6180
Satelco 6252
Satplus 6222
SatyCon 6247
Schaecke 6200
Schaub Lorenz 6196, 6245
Schneider 6198, 6227
Schwaiger 6267, 6256, 6262, 6255,
6230, 6202, 6192, 6238, 6199, 6186,
6257, 6247, 6232, 6187, 6188
Scientific Atlanta 6209
SCS 6229, 6230
Sedea Electronique 6256, 6213,
6198, 6250, 6228
Seemann 6261
SEG 6213, 6192, 6227, 6217, 6228
Septimo 6202
Serd 6199
Servimat 6203
ServiSat 6180, 6227
Shark 6247
Sharp 6265, 6218
Siemens 6177, 6261, 6238
Sigmatek 6245
Silva 6229
SilverCrest 6187
Skantin 6180
SKR 6180
SKT 6256
SKY 6263, 6210, 6212, 6211
SKY Italia 6220, 6212
Sky XL 6227, 6199
Skymaster 6233, 6180, 6192, 6238,
6239, 6183, 6203, 6184
Skymax 6214, 6244
Skypex 6230
Skyplus 6230, 6252, 6238, 6199
SkySat 6213, 6236, 6255, 6180
Skyvision 6238
SL 6256, 6229, 6230, 6231, 6257, 6232
SM Electronic 6233, 6180, 6239
Smart 6256, 6261, 6180, 6243, 6252,
6246, 6244, 6257, 6247
SmartVision 6186
Sony 6235, 6220, 6219, 6176
SR 6256
Star Sat 6196
Starland 6180
Starlite 6214
Stream 6212
Stream System 6251
Strong 6220, 6228, 6256, 6200, 6180,
6245, 6217, 6239
Sumin 6199
Sunny 6251
Sunsat 6180
Sunstar 6174, 6256
SuperMax 6193
Supratech 6244
9
Systec 6238
Tantec 6176
Targa 6191
Tatung 6176
TBoston 6227, 6245
Tecatel 6233
Technical 6228
Technika 6217, 6232, 6218
TechniSat 6213, 6261, 6176, 6236,
6215, 6222, 6216, 6223
Technomate 6250
Technosat 6193
Technosonic 6254, 6232
Technotrend 6232
Technowelt 6256, 6255
Techwood 6213, 6217, 6228, 6218
Telasat 6255
TELE System 6261, 6227, 6239, 6203
Teleciel 6200
Teleka 6261, 6236, 6255, 6200
Telesat 6255
Telestar 6213, 6236, 6215, 6222, 6216,
6223, 6227, 6238, 6228, 6232
Teletech 6213
Televes 6256, 6176, 6236, 6196, 6251,
6238, 6257
Telewire 6252
Tempo 6193
Tevion 6254, 6180, 6239, 6232, 6184
Thomson 6220, 6219, 6180, 6255,
6176, 6265, 6277, 6234, 6264, 6210,
6212
Thorn 6176
Tiny 6232
Tioko 6256
Titan 6189, 6184
TNT SAT 6258
Tokai 6214
Tonna 6176, 6236, 6180, 6203
Topfield 6198
Toshiba 6176, 6217
Trevi 6227
Triasat 6236
Triax 6220, 6214, 6256, 6189, 6253,
6228, 6203, 6261, 6213, 6257, 6244,
6195, 6264, 6227, 6243, 6180, 6236
Turnsat 6180
Twinner 6180, 6203
Unisat 6214, 6256
United 6227
Univers 6189
Universum 6177, 6213, 6229, 6255,
6230, 6215, 6227
Van Hunen 6226
Variosat 6177
VEA 6245
Ventana 6214
Vestel 6213, 6227, 6217, 6218
VH Sat 6229
Viasat 6273
Controlling the rest of your system
Viola Digital 6232
Vision 6228, 6189
Visionic 6250
Visiosat 6213, 6254, 6180, 6244, 6186,
6191
Vitecom 6244
Volcasat 6245
VTech 6179
Wetekom 6236
Wewa 6176
Wharfedale 6217, 6265, 6218
Wisi 6177, 6256, 6229, 6261, 6176,
6236, 6255, 6230, 6252, 6199
Worldsat 6213, 6196, 6227, 6194
WorthIt! 6190
Woxter 6245
Xoro 6191
Xsat 6180, 6196, 6181
Xtreme 6251
Yakumo 6244
ZapMaster 6230
Zehnder 6213, 6262, 6179, 6192,
6252, 6227, 6238, 6199, 6244, 6247,
6249
Zeta Technology 6214
Zodiac 6261, 6200
Satellite Set Top Box
(SAT/PVR Combination)
@sat 6251
Allvision 6199
Atsat 6251
B@ytronic 6230, 6199
Boca 6187
BskyB 6210
Bush 6254
Canal Satellite 6278
Comag 6199, 6187
Daewoo 6182
Digifusion 6269
Digihome 6218
DigiQuest 6251
Digital 6187
DMT 6192
Edision 6247
eMTech 6196
GbSAT 6196
Gecco 6199
Globo 6199
Goodmans 6254, 6218
Hirschmann 6230, 6199
Humax 6241, 6242
Huth 6192
Hyundai 6192
Kathrein 6272
LaSAT 6230
LG 6192
Luxor 6265
Maximum 6238
Mediacom 6198
MediaSat 6277
Medion 6230, 6199
Microstar 6192
Morgan’s 6199
MySky 6212, 6211
NEOTION 6238
Nichimen 6254
Nokia 6206
Opentel 6199
Orbis 6199
Pace 6273, 6211
Panasonic 6178
Philips 6263, 6277
Pilotime 6278
Pixx 6191
Proscan 6234
Rebox 6196
Sagem 6258
Samsung 6198, 6197, 6273
Sat Control 6251
Schneider 6198
Schwaiger 6230, 6192, 6199, 6187
Sedea Electronique 6198
Serd 6199
Sharp 6218
SilverCrest 6187
SKY 6210, 6212, 6211
SKY Italia 6212
Sky XL 6199
Skymaster 6192
Skypex 6230
Skyplus 6230, 6238, 6199
Stream System 6251
Sumin 6199
Sunny 6251
Targa 6191
TechniSat 6216, 6223
Technosonic 6254
Telestar 6216, 6223
Thomson 6210, 6265
TNT SAT 6258
Topfield 6198
Viasat 6273
Visiosat 6254, 6191
Wisi 6230
Xoro 6191
Xtreme 6251
Zehnder 6192, 6199, 6249
Cable Set Top Box
Pioneer 6205, 6325, 6328, 6329
ABC 6266
ADB 6175
Auna 6175
Austar 6276
Bell & Howell 6266
Birmingham Cable Communications 6276
Cablecom 6270
Fosgate 6276
France Telecom 6260
Freebox 6274
General Instrument 6276, 6266
Humax 6224, 6248
Jerrold 6276, 6266
Kabel Deutschland 6224
Macab 6260
Madritel 6175
Magnavox 6266
Memorex 6240
Motorola 6276
Nokia 6208
Noos 6260
NTL 6276, 6221
Optus 6276
Orange 6260
Pace 6221
Panasonic 6240
Paragon 6240
Philips 6260, 6270
Pulsar 6240
Runco 6240
Sagem 6260
Salora 6240
Samsung 6221, 6240
Scientific Atlanta 6225
StarHub 6276
Supercable 6276
Telewest 6225
Thomson 6270, 6224
Toshiba 6240
UPC 6270
US Electronics 6276
Virgin Media 6225, 6221
Visiopass 6260
Zenith 6240
Ziggo 6208
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Cable Set Top Box (Cable/
PVR Combination)
Freebox 6274
Humax 6248, 6224
Nokia 6208
Scientific Atlanta 6225
Telewest 6225
Thomson 6270
UPC 6270
Virgin Media 6225
CD
Pioneer 5000, 5011, 5062, 5063, 5064,
5067, 5068, 5070, 5071, 5072, 5073,
5074, 5075
AKAI 5043
Asuka 5045
Denon 5019
Fisher 5048
Goldstar 5040
Hitachi 5042
Kenwood 5020, 5021, 5031
Luxman 5049
Marantz 5033
Onkyo 5017, 5018, 5030, 5050
Panasonic 5036
Philips 5022, 5032, 5044
RCA 5013, 5029
Roadstar 5052
Sharp 5051
Sony 5012, 5023, 5026, 5027, 5028,
5039
TEAC 5015, 5016, 5034, 5035, 5037
Technics 5041
Victor 5014
Yamaha 5024, 5025, 5038, 5046, 5047
CD-R
Pioneer 5001, 5053, 5071
Philips 5054
Yamaha 5055
Laser Disc Player
Pioneer 5002, 5003, 5004, 5005, 5006,
5007, 5008, 5009, 5010
Casette Deck
Pioneer 5058, 5059
Digital Tape
Pioneer 5057
MD
Pioneer 5056
Network Audio Player
Pioneer 5063
Game
X-Box 2313
AV Receiver
Pioneer 5062
Chapter
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Additional information
Troubleshooting
Incorrect operations are often mistaken for trouble and
malfunctions. If you think that there is something wrong with
this component, check the points below. Take a look at the
other components and electrical appliances being used,
because sometimes the problem may lie there. If the trouble
isn’t sorted out even after going through the checks below,
ask your nearest Pioneer authorized independent service
company to carry out repair work.
• If the unit does not operate normally due to external effects
such as static electricity disconnect the power plug from
the outlet and insert again to return to normal operating
conditions.
General
 The power does not turn on.
 Disconnect the power plug from the outlet, and insert again.
 Make sure there are no loose strands of speaker wire touching
the rear panel. This could cause the receiver to shut off
automatically.
 The receiver suddenly switches off.
 When the Auto Power Down function is working, the power will
automatically turn off if the receiver has not operated for
several hours. Check the setting for the Auto Power Down
function (see The Auto Power Down menu on page 52).
 After about a minute (you won’t be able to switch the unit on
during this time), switch the receiver back on. If the message
persists, call a Pioneer authorized independent service
company.
 The power suddenly turns on or off, or the input suddenly
changes (When the Control with HDMI is ON).
 This happens because of the synchronized operation due to
the Control with HDMI function. If synchronized operations
are not needed, set the Control with HDMI to OFF (see HDMI
Setup on page 53).
 OVERHEAT shows in the display and the power turns off.
 The temperature within the unit has exceeded the allowable
value. Try moving the unit for better ventilation (page 2).
 Lower the volume level.
 TEMP shows in the display and the volume level drops.
 The temperature within the unit has exceeded the allowable
value. Try moving the unit for better ventilation (page 2).
 Lower the volume level.
 No sound is output when an input function is selected.
 Use VOLUME +/– to turn up the volume.
 Press MUTE on the remote control to turn muting off.
 Press SPEAKERS to select the proper speaker set (see
Switching the speaker terminal on page 14).
 Set the SIGNAL SEL to H (HDMI), C1/O1 (digital) or A (analog)
according to the type of connections made (page 25).
 Make sure the component is connected correctly (refer to
Connecting your equipment on page 11).
 Check the audio output settings of the source component.
 Refer to the instruction manual supplied with the source
component.
 No image is output when an input function is selected.
 Make sure the component is connected correctly (refer to
Connecting your equipment on page 11).
 VSX-527 only: Use the same type of video cables for the source
component and TV to connect to this receiver (see About video
outputs connection (VSX-527 only) on page 16).
 VSX-827 only: Check The Input Assign menu on page 50 to
make sure you’re assigned the correct input.
 The video input selected on the TV monitor is incorrect. Refer
to the instruction manual supplied with the TV.
 VSX-827 only: For HDMI, or when Video Converter is set to OFF
and a TV and another component are connected with different
cords (in Video Converter on page 50), you must connect your
TV to this receiver using the same type of video cable as you
used to connect your video component.
 VSX-827 only: Some components (such as video game units)
have resolutions that may not be converted. If adjusting this
receiver’s Resolution setting (in Resolution on page 51) and/or
the resolution settings on your component or display doesn’t
work, try switching Video Converter (in Video Converter on
page 50) OFF.
 No sound from subwoofer.
 Make sure the subwoofer is switched on.
 If the subwoofer has a volume knob, make sure it’s turned up.
 The Dolby Digital or DTS source you are listening to may not
have an LFE channel.
 Switch the subwoofer setting in Speaker Setting on page 47 to
YES or PLUS.
 Switch the LFE ATT (LFE Attenuate) on page 37 to LFEATT 0 or
LFEATT 5.
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 No sound from surround or center speakers.
 Connect the speakers properly (page 12).
 Refer to Speaker Setting on page 47 to check the speaker
settings.
 Refer to Channel Level on page 49 to check the speaker levels.
 The OSD screen (Home Menu, etc.) isn’t displayed.
 The OSD will not appear if you have connected using the
composite output to your TV. Use HDMI connection when
setting up the system.
 The Phase Control feature doesn’t seem to have an
audible effect.
 If applicable, check that the lowpass filter switch on your
subwoofer is off, or the lowpass cutoff is set to the highest
frequency setting. If there is a PHASE setting on your
subwoofer, set it to 0º (or depending on the subwoofer, the
setting where you think it has the best overall effect on the
sound).
 Make sure the speaker distance setting is correct for all
speakers (see Speaker Distance on page 49).
 Considerable noise in radio broadcasts.
 Connect the antenna (page 21) and adjust the position for best
reception.
 Route any loose cables away from the antenna terminals and
wires.
 Fully extend the FM wire antenna, position for best reception,
and secure to a wall (or connect an outdoor FM antenna).
 Connect an additional internal or external AM antenna
(page 21).
 Turn off equipment causing interference or move it away from
the receiver (or move antennas farther away from equipment
causing noise).
 Broadcast stations cannot be selected automatically.
 Connect an outdoor antenna (page 21).
 Noise during playback of a cassette deck.
 Move the cassette deck away from your receiver, until the noise
disappears.
 No sound is output or a noise is output when software
with DTS is played back.
 Make sure the player’s settings are correct and/or the DTS
signal out is on. Refer to the instruction manual supplied with
the DVD player.
 There seems to be a time lag between the speakers and
the output of the subwoofer.
 See Automatically setting up for surround sound (MCACC) on
page 23 to set up your system again using MCACC (this will
automatically compensate for a delay in the subwoofer output).
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 After using the Auto MCACC setup, the speaker size
setting (LARGE or SMALL) is incorrect.
 Low-frequency noise could have been caused by an air
conditioner or motor. Switch off all appliances in the room and
rerun the Auto MCACC setup.
 Can’t operate the remote control.
 Replace the batteries (page 10).
 Operate within 7 m, 30º of the remote sensor (page 10).
 Remove the obstacle or operate from another position.
 Avoid exposing the remote sensor on the front panel to direct
light.
 The display is dark or off.
 Press DIMMER on the remote control repeatedly to return to
the default.
 The front panel display switches over for no apparent
reason to various different displays.
 This happens because the demo display is in operation. To turn
off the demo display, press any button to go back to the
original display, or set the FL Demo Mode to OFF (see The FL
Demo Mode menu on page 52).
 The receiver doesn’t recognize iPod touch/iPhone.
 Try the following.
1. Simultaneously keep pressing the sleep button and home
button on the iPod touch or iPhone for over 10 seconds to
restart.
2. Turn on the receiver.
3. Connect the iPod touch/iPhone to the receiver.
Additional information
 The Bluetooth wireless technology device cannot be
connected or operated. Sound from the Bluetooth
wireless technology device is not emitted or the sound is
interrupted.
 Check that no object that emits electromagnetic waves in the
2.4 GHz band (microwave oven, wireless LAN device or
Bluetooth wireless technology apparatus) is near the unit. If
such an object is near the unit, set the unit far from it. Or, stop
using the object emitting the electromagnetic waves.
 Check that the Bluetooth wireless technology device is not too
far from the unit and that obstructions are not set between the
Bluetooth wireless technology device and the unit. Set the
Bluetooth wireless technology device and the unit so that the
distance between them is less than about 10 m and no
obstructions exist between them.
 Check that the Bluetooth ADAPTER and the ADAPTER PORT
terminal of the unit are correctly connected.
 The Bluetooth wireless technology device may not be set to the
communication mode supporting the Bluetooth wireless
technology. Check the setting of the Bluetooth wireless
technology device.
 Check that pairing is correct. The pairing setting was deleted
from this unit or the Bluetooth wireless technology device.
Reset the pairing.
 Check that the profile is correct. Use a Bluetooth wireless
technology device that supports A2DP profile and AVRCP
profile.
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NETWORK feature
 Cannot access the network.
 The LAN cable is not firmly connected. Firmly connect the LAN
cable (page 20).
 The router is not switched on. Switch on the router.
 Internet security software is currently installed in the
connected component. There are cases where a component
with Internet security software installed cannot be accessed.
 The audio component on the network which has been
switched off is switched on. Switch on the audio component
on the network before switching on this receiver.
 Playback does not start while ‘Connecting Wired...’
continues to be displayed.
 The component is currently disconnected from this receiver or
the power supply. Check whether the component is properly
connected to this receiver or the power supply.
 The PC or Internet radio is not properly operated.
 The corresponding IP address is not properly set. Switch on the
built-in DHCP server function of your router, or set up the
network manually according to your network environment
(page 52).
 The IP address is being automatically configured. The
automatic configuration process takes time. Please wait.
 The audio files stored on components on the network,
such as a PC, cannot be played back.
 Windows Media Player 11 or Windows Media Player 12 is not
currently installed on your PC. Install Windows Media Player 11
or Windows Media Player 12 on your PC.
 Audio files recorded in MPEG-4 AAC or FLAC are being played
back on Windows Media Player 11 or Windows Media Player
12. Audio files recorded in MPEG-4 AAC or FLAC cannot be
played back on Windows Media Player 11 or Windows Media
Player 12. Try using another server. Refer to the operation
manual supplied with your server.
 The component connected to the network is not properly
operated.
- Check whether the component is affected by special
circumstances or is in the sleep mode.
- Try rebooting the component if necessary.
 The component connected to the network does not permit file
sharing. Try changing the settings for the component
connected to the network.
 The folder stored on the component connected to the network
has been deleted or damaged. Check the folder stored on the
component connected to the network.
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 Network connections could be restricted due to the
computer’s network settings, security settings, etc. Check the
computer’s network settings, security settings, etc.
 Supported file formats vary by server. As such, files not
supported by your server are not displayed on this unit. For
more information check with the manufacturer of your server.
 Cannot access the component connected to the network.
 The component connected to the network is not properly set. If
the client is automatically authorized, you need to enter the
corresponding information again. Check whether the
connection status is set to “Do not authorize”.
 There are no playable audio files on the component connected
to the network. Check the audio files stored on the component
connected to the network.
 Audio playback is undesirably stopped or disturbed.
 The audio file currently being played back was not recorded in
a format playable on this receiver.
- Check whether the audio file was recorded in a format
supported by this receiver.
- Check whether the folder has been damaged or corrupted.
- Note that there are cases where even the audio files listed as
playable on this receiver cannot be played back or displayed
(page 46).
 The LAN cable is currently disconnected. Connect the LAN
cable properly (page 20).
 There is heavy traffic on the network with the Internet being
accessed on the same network. Use 100BASE-TX to access the
components on the network.
 When in the DMR mode, depending on the external controller
being used, playback may be interrupted when a volume
operation is performed from the controller. In this case, adjust
the volume from the receiver or remote control.
 Cannot access Windows Media Player 11 or Windows
Media Player 12.
 In case of Windows Media Player 11: You are currently logged
onto the domain through your PC with Windows XP or
Windows Vista installed. Instead of logging onto the domain,
log onto the local machine (page 40).
 In case of Windows Media Player 12: You are currently logged
onto the domain through your PC with Windows 7 installed.
Instead of logging onto the domain, log onto the local machine
(page 40).
Additional information
 Cannot listen to Internet radio stations.
 The firewall settings for components on the network are
currently in operation. Check the firewall settings for
components on the network.
 You are currently disconnected from the Internet. Check the
connection settings for components on the network, and
consult with your network service provider if necessary
(page 41).
 The broadcasts from an Internet radio station are stopped or
interrupted. There are cases where you cannot listen to some
Internet radio stations even when they are listed in the list of
Internet radio stations on this receiver (page 40).
 The NETWORK function cannot be operated with the
buttons on the remote control.
 The remote control is not currently set to the NETWORK mode.
Press NETWORK to set the remote control to the NETWORK
mode (page 44).
HDMI
 No picture or sound.
 If the problem still persists when connecting your HDMI
component directly to your monitor, please consult the
component or monitor manual or contact the manufacturer for
support.
 No picture.
 VSX-527 only: Video signals that are input from the analog video
terminal will not output from the HDMI terminal. Signals that
are input from the HDMI terminal will not output from the
analog video terminal. Be consistent with the type of cable
between input and output.
 Depending in the output settings of the source component, it
may be outputting a video format that can’t be displayed.
Change the output settings of the source, or connect using the
composite video jacks.
 This receiver is HDCP-compatible. Check that the components
you are connecting are also HDCP-compatible. If they are not,
please connect them using the composite video jacks.
 Depending on the connected source component, it’s possible
that it will not work with this receiver (even if it is HDCPcompatible). In this case, connect using the composite video
jacks between source and receiver.
 If video images do not appear on your TV, try adjusting the
resolution, Deep Color or other setting for your component.
 To output signals in Deep Color, use an HDMI cable (High
Speed HDMI® Cable) to connect this receiver to a component
or TV with the Deep Color feature.
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 No sound, or sound suddenly ceases.
 Check that the HDMI setting is set to AMP (page 37).
 If the component is a DVI device, use a separate connection for
the audio.
 HDMI format digital audio transmissions require a longer time
to be recognized. Due to this, interruption in the audio may
occur when switching between audio formats or beginning
playback.
 Turning on/off the device connected to this unit’s HDMI OUT
terminal during playback, or disconnecting/connecting the
HDMI cable during playback, may cause noise or interrupted
audio.
 Synchronized operation not possible using Control with
HDMI function.
 Check the HDMI connections.
 The cable may be damaged.
 Select ON for the Control with HDMI setting (see HDMI Setup
on page 53).
 Turn the TV’s power on before turning on this receiver’s power.
 Set the TV side Control with HDMI setting to on (see TV’s
operating instructions).
Important information regarding the HDMI
connection
There are cases where you may not be able to route HDMI
signals through this receiver (this depends on the HDMI
equipped component you are connecting-check with the
manufacturer for HDMI compatibility information).
If you aren’t receiving HDMI signals properly through this
receiver (from your component), please try the following
configuration when connecting up.
Configuration A
Connect your HDMI-equipped component directly to the
display using an HDMI cable. Then use the most convenient
connection (digital is recommended) for sending audio to the
receiver. See the operating instructions for more on audio
connections. Set the display volume to minimum when using
this configuration.
Note
• Depending on the component, audio output may be limited
to the number of channels available from the connected
display unit (for example audio output is reduced to 2
channels for a monitor with stereo audio limitations).
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• If you want to switch the input source, you’ll have to switch
functions on both the receiver and your display unit.
• Since the sound is muted on the display when using the
HDMI connection, you must adjust the volume on the
display every time you switch input sources.
Additional information
About iPod/iPhone/iPad
FLAC Decoder
Configuration B (VSX-827 only)
Use component video cables to connect the video output of
your HDMI-equipped component to the receiver’s component
video input. The receiver can then convert the analog
component video signal to a digital HDMI signal for
transmission to the display. For this configuration, use the
most convenient connection (digital is recommended) for
sending audio to the receiver. See the operating instructions
for more on audio connections.
Note
• The picture quality will change slightly during conversion.
Windows 7
Windows and the Windows logo are trademarks of the Microsoft
group of companies.
About FLAC
“Made for iPod,” “Made for iPhone” and “Made for iPad” mean
that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect
specifically to iPod, iPhone, or iPad, respectively, and has
been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance
standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this
device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards.
Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod, iPhone,
or iPad may affect wireless performance.
Apple, AirPlay, iPad, iPhone, iPod, iPod shuffle, iPod nano, iPod
touch, iTunes and Mac are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered
in the U.S. and other countries.
The AirPlay logo is a trademark of Apple Inc.
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Copyright © 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
Josh Coalson
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or
without modification, are permitted provided that the
following conditions are met:
• Redistributions of source code must retain the above
copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer.
• Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above
copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials
provided with the distribution.
• Neither the name of the Xiph.org Foundation nor the
names of its contributors may be used to endorse or
promote products derived from this software without
specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS
AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO
EVENT SHALL THE FOUNDATION OR CONTRIBUTORS BE
LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY
THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR
OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
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Additional information
About messages displayed when using
network functions
Refer to the following information when you come up with a
status message while operating the Network functions.
Status messages
Descriptions
Connection Down
The selected category or Internet radio
station cannot be accessed.
File Format Error
Cannot be played back for some
reasons.
Track Not Found
The selected song has not been found
anywhere on the network.
Server Error
The selected server cannot be accessed.
Server Disconnected The server has been disconnected.
Empty
There are no files stored in the selected
folder.
License Error
The license for the contents to be played
back is invalid.
Item Already Exists
This is displayed when the file you have
attempted to register in the Favorites
folder has already been registered.
Favorite List Full
This is displayed when you have
attempted to register a file in the
Favorites folder but the Favorites folder is
already full.
Resetting the main unit
Use this procedure to reset all the receiver’s settings to the
factory default. Use the front panel controls to do this.
• For instructions on resetting the network connection
settings, see Factory Reset on page 43.
1
holding down BAND, press and hold
2 While
STANDBY/ON for about two seconds.
you see RESET? appear in the display, press
3 When
AUTO SURROUND/STREAM DIRECT.
Switch the receiver into standby.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby”,
“Pro Logic”, “Surround EX”, and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
OK? shows in the display.
ALC/STANDARD SURR to confirm.
4 Press
OK appears in the display to indicate that the receiver
has been reset to the factory default settings.
Important
• If the Control with HDMI function is set to ON, you may not
be able to reset the unit. In this case, reset either by turning
OFF the Control with HDMI function, or by putting the unit
into standby mode by turning off the power of all the
connected devices, and resetting after the HDMI indicator
on the front panel turns off.
Cleaning the unit
• Use a polishing cloth or dry cloth to wipe off dust and dirt.
• When the surface is dirty, wipe with a soft cloth dipped in
some neutral cleanser diluted five or six times with water,
and wrung out well, and then wipe again with a dry cloth.
Do not use furniture wax or cleansers.
• Never use thinners, benzine, insecticide sprays or other
chemicals on or near this unit, since these will corrode the
surface.
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Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent Nos: 5,956,674;
5,974,380; 6,226,616; 6,487,535; 7,212,872; 7,333,929;
7,392,195; 7,272,567 & other U.S. and worldwide patents
issued & pending. DTS-HD, the Symbol, & DTS-HD and the
Symbol together are registered trademarks & DTS-HD Master
Audio is a trademark of DTS, Inc. Product includes software.
© DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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Specifications
Audio section
Rated power output
Front, Center, Surround
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 W per channel (1 kHz, 6 Ω, 1 %)
100 W per channel (20 Hz to 20 kHz, 8 Ω, 0.09 %)
Total Harmonic Distortion
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.06 % (20 Hz to 20 kHz, 8 Ω, 50 W/ch)
Frequency response (LINE Pure Direct mode)
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Hz to 100 kHz dB
Guaranteed speaker impedance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Ω to 16 Ω
Input (Sensitivity/Impedance)
LINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .200 mV/47 kΩ
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF, short circuited, A network)
LINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98 dB
Video Section
Signal level
Composite. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Vp-p (75 Ω)
Tuner Section
Frequency Range (FM). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87.5 MHz to 108 MHz
Antenna Input (FM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Ω unbalanced
Frequency Range (AM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 531 kHz to 1602 kHz
Antenna (AM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Loop antenna
Digital In/Out Section
HDMI terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Type A (19-pin)
HDMI output type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 V, 100 mA
USB terminal . . . . . . . USB2.0 High Speed (Type A) 5 V, 2.1 A
iPod terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . USB, and Video (Composite)
ADAPTER PORT terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 V, 100 mA
Additional information
Miscellaneous
Power Requirements. . . . . . . . AC 220 V to 230 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz
Power Consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 520 W (VSX-827)
450 W (VSX-527)
In standby . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.45 W (Control OFF)
Dimensions . . . . . 435 mm (W) x 168 mm (H) x 342.5 mm (D)
Weight (without package). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.3 kg (VSX-827)
8.9 kg (VSX-527)
Furnished Parts
Microphone (for Auto MCACC setup) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Remote control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Dry cell batteries (AAA size IEC R03). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
AM loop antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
FM wire antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
iPod cable (VSX-827 only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Warranty card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Power cord
Quick start guide
Safety Brochure
These operating instructions (CD-ROM)
Note
• The specifications are applicable when the power supply is
230 V.
• Specifications and the design are subject to possible
modifications without notice, due to improvements.
• This product includes FontAvenue® fonts licensed by NEC
Corporation. FontAvenue is a registered trademark of NEC
Corporation.
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LAN terminal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 BASE-T/100 BASE-TX
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Haven 1087, Keetberglaan 1, B-9120 Melsele, Belgium TEL: 03/570.05.11
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5 Arco Lane, Heatherton, Victoria, 3202, Australia, TEL: (03) 9586-6300
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