Marantz-SR-8000-Owners-Manual
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Model SR8000 User Guide
AV Surround Receiver
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
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 suffi-cient magnitude
to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
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.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE
BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
ATTENTION: POUR ÉVITER LES CHOCS ÉLECTRIQUES,
INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA
BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER
JUSQU’AU FOND.
NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER:
This reminder is provided to call the CATV (Cable-TV) system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC, that provides
guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specified that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the
building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by tuning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for
help.
NOTE:
Changes or modifications may cause this unit to fail to
comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and may void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
READ BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT
This product was designed and manufactured to meet strict quality and
safety standards. There are, however, some installation and operation
precautions which you should be particularly aware of.
1.
Read Instructions - All the safety and operating instructions
should be read before the appliance is operated.
2.
Retain Instructions-The safety and operating instructions should
be retained for future reference.
3.
Heed Warnings-All warnings on the appliance and in the
operating instructions should be adhered to.
4.
Follow Instructions-All operating and use instructions should be
followed.
5.
Cleaning-Unplug this video product from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a
damp cloth for cleaning.
6.
Attachments-Do not use attachments not recommended by the
video product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
7.
Water and Moisture-Do not use this video product near water-for
example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub,
in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, and the like.
8.
Accessories-Do not place this video product on an unstable cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The video product may fall,
causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to
the appliance. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the video
product. Any mounting of the appliance should follow the
manufacturer’s instructions, and should use a mounting
accessory recommended by the manufacturer.
9.
10.
Ventilation-Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the video product
and to protect it from overheating, and these openings must not be
blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by
placing the video product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar
surface. This video product should never be placed near or over a
radiator or heat register. This video product should not be placed
in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper
ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s instructions have
been adhered to.
Power Sources-This video product should be operated only from
the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are
not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your
appliance dealer or local power company. For video products
intended to operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to
the operating instructions.
11.
Grounding or Polarization-This video product is equipped with a
polarized alternating-current line plug (a plug having one blade
wider than the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only
one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the
plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should
still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete
outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug.
AC POLARIZED PLUG
12.
Power-Cord Protection-Power-supply cords should be routed so
that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed
upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the
appliance.
13.
Protective Attachment Plug - The appliance is equipped with an
attachment plug having overload protection. This is a safety
feature. See Instruction Manual for replacement or resetting of
protective device. If replacement of the plug is required, be sure
the service technician has used a replacement plug specified by
the manufacturer that has the same overload protection as the
original plug.
14.
Outdoor Antenna Grounding-If an outside antenna or cable
system is connected to the video product, be sure the antenna or
cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection
against voltage surges and built up static charges. Section 810 of
the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1984, provides
information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and
supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna
discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antennadischarge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and
requirements for the grounding electrode. See Figure 1.
15.
Lightning-For added protection for this video product receiver
during a lightning storm, or when it is left un-attended and unused
for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and
disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage
to the video product due to lightning and power-line surges.
16.
Power Lines-An outside antenna system should not be located in
the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power
circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When
installing an outside antenna system, extreme care should be
taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as contact
with them might be fatal.
17.
Overloading-Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as
this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
18.
Object and Liquid Entry-Never push objects of any kind into this
video product through openings as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or
electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the video product.
19.
Servicing-Do not attempt to service this video product yourself
as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
20.
Damage Requiring Service-Unplug this video product from the
wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel
under the following conditions:
21.
Replacement Parts-When replacement parts are required, be
sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified
by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the
original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric
shock or other hazards.
22.
Safety Check-Upon completion of any service or repairs to this
video product, ask the service technician to perform safety checks
to determine that the video product is in proper operating
condition.
a.
When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
b.
If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the video
product.
23.
Carts and Stands-The appliance should be used only with a cart
or stand that is recommended by the manufacturer.
c.
If the video product has been exposed to rain or water.
24.
d.
If the video product does not operate normally by following the
operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are
covered by the operating instructions as an improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often
require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the
video product to its normal operation.
An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care.
Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the
appliance and cart combination to overturn.
e.
If the video product has been dropped or the cabinet has been
damaged.
f.
When the video product exhibits a distinct change in
performance-this indicates a need for service.
FIGURE 1
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING ACCORDING TO
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE INSTRUCTIONS
CONTAINED IN ARTICLE 810 - “RADIO AND TELEVISION EQUIPMENT”
ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WIRE
GROUND
CLAMP
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
NEC - NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian
Interference - Cansing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la Classe B respecte toutes les exigences
du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
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AUDIO
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REMOTE
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FRONT
CD
W
DIG–5
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8OHMS
TAPE
GND
CTRL
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DVD
OUT
DIG–4
DC CONTROL
IN
FM
(75Ω)
CD-R
/MD
CTRL
2
IN
CTRL
1
OUT
OUT
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SWITCHED
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OUT
MULTI ROOM
FRONT
DIG. OUT
COAX
IN
OUT
T U
AC OUTLETS
120V 60HZ)
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CTRL
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OUT
IN
AUDIO
OUT
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VCR1
OUT
ANTENNA
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SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
PRE OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
N MPQ S
Auto (Tuner)
Encoded signal
VISUAL
Visual
Memory
TV LD DVD VCR1 DSS AUX
MEMO
DTS ANALOG
2 PCM
AUTO
STEREO
2 DIGITAL PRO LOGIC
HALL MATRIX
AUTO
MOVIE
Sleep
timer
Digital copy
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Test tone
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TUNED
kHz
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MULTI NIGHT
ATT
TEST COPY SLEEP P–SCAN DISP
Surround mode
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FM Stereo
Tuned
!5
Pre Set
Scan
Attenuate
Night mode Display off
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SLEEP
UP
MODE
DISPLAY OFF
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STANDBY
AUX INPUT
POWER ON/STANDBY
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................................................................. 3
DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................................................................. 3
FEATURES ...................................................................................................................................................................... 3
FRONT PANEL FEATURES ............................................................................................................................................ 4
REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS....................................................................................................................................... 5
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-18SR ............................................................................................................................ 8
OPERATION OF REMOTE CONTROL UNIT ........................................................................................................................................................... 9
SET-UP .......................................................................................................................................................................... 10
ON SCREEN DISPLAY MENU SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................................................... 10
OSD MAIN MENU .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 11
SYSTEM SETUP .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
SPEAKERS SETUP ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 12
SURROUND MODE ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
CHANNEL LEVEL CONTROL ................................................................................................................................................................................ 13
MULTI ROOM SETUP ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 13
BASIC OPERATION ...................................................................................................................................................... 14
LISTENING TO THE TUNER .................................................................................................................................................................................. 14
PLAYBACK OPERATION ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
OTHER FUNCTIONS ..................................................................................................................................................... 15
SETTING THE SLEEP TIMER (ONLY REMOTE CONTROL UNIT) ....................................................................................................................... 15
TV AUTO ON/OFF FUNCTION .............................................................................................................................................................................. 15
MULTI ROOM SELECTOR ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
ON SCREEN DISPLAY INFOMATION .......................................................................................................................... 16
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-18SR ........................................................................................................................... 18
FUNCTION AND OPERATION ............................................................................................................................................................................... 18
RC-18SR BASIC OPERATION ............................................................................................................................................................................... 21
ADVANCED PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES ....................................................................................................................................................... 23
OTHER FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 27
DIRECT COMMAND FUNCTIONS LISTING ......................................................................................................................................................... 28
SURROUND MODES .................................................................................................................................................... 32
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................................................... 34
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................... 36
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FEATURES
Thank you for purchasing the Marantz SR8000 DTS/Dolby Digital
Surround receiver.
This remarkable component has been engineered to provide you with
many years of home theater enjoyment.
Please take a few minutes to read this manual thoroughly before you
connect and operate the SR8000.
As there are a number of connection and configurations options, you
are encouraged to discuss your own particular home theater setup
with your Marantz A/V specialist dealer.
• Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound decoding, plus Dolby Pro
Logic decoding and a variety of additional surround modes.
• 96 kHz/ 24 bit decoding for highest possible fidelity and
bandwidth, and high-resolution playback of 96 kHz/ 24 bit PCM
audio sources.
• 100 watts to each of the five main channels; the power amp section
features an advanced, premium high-storage power supply
capacitors, and fully discrete output stages housed in cast
aluminum heat sinks .
• High Definition Amplifier Module (HDAM) discrete pre-amp output
stages.
• 5.1 channel pre-amp outputs for connection to external
components such as a subwoofer and external power amplifiers.
• Six-channel direct inputs accommodate future surround sound
formats or an external digital decoder.
• 6 Digital inputs, for connection to other sources, such as DVD,
DSS, CD or LD.
• 2 Digital outputs for connection to CD-R or MD.
• High-quality AM/FM tuner with 50 station presets.
• Source Direct switch bypasses, tone controls and bass
mangagement for purest audio quality.
• S-video and composite video switching .
• On- Screen- Display with both Composite and “S” video.
• Front panel A/V inputs, with S-video .
• Easy to use, on-screen menu.
• Multi-room capability offers independent control of a second room
audio and video system.
• Supplied with RC18SR Programmable Learning Remote Control.
DESCRIPTION
DTS was introduced in 1994 to provide 5.1 channels of discrete
digital audio into home theater systems.
The DTS brings you premiumre quality discrete multi-channel digital
sound to both movies and music.
DTS is a multi-channel sound system designed to create full range
digital sound reproduction.
The no compromise DTS digital process sets the standard of quality
for cinema sound by delivering an exact copy of the studio master
recordings to neighborhood and home theaters.
Now, every moviegoer can hear the sound exactly as the moviemaker
intended.
DTS can be enjoyed in the home for either movies or music on of
DVD’s, LD’s, and CD’s.
Dolby Digital lets you enjoy Digital TV, Digital Satellite as well as DVD,
LD software in digital surround, which is the next step above Dolby
Pro Logic.
In comparison with Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Digital can provide
separate left surround and right surround channels, for more precise
localization of sounds and a more convincing, realistic ambience.
And, with Dolby Digital, all five main channels can be full ranged and
a subwoofer can be added to each channel ,if desired. By providing
up to 5.1channels of digital audio independently, Dolby Digital lets
you enjoy better sound quality and more powerful presence than
conventional Dolby Surround.
“Dolby”, “AC-3”, “Pro Logic” and the double-D symbol are trademarks
of Dolby Laboratories.
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are trademarks of Digital Theater
Systems, Inc.
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INTRODUCTION
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FRONT PANEL FEATURES (SEE
PAGE 1.)
o MULTI (Multi Room) button
q POWER switch and STANDBY indicator
!0 SLEEP button
When this switch is pressed once, the unit turns ON and display
appears on the display panel. When pressed again, the unit turns
OFF and the STANDBY indicator lights.
When the STANDBY indicator lights, the unit is NOT disconnected
from the AC power.
!1 DISPLAY OFF button
Press this button to switch the unit to multi room mode. “MULTI
ROOM” appears in the display.
Set the sleep timer function with this button .
When this button is pressed, the display is turned off and the display
off indicator lights up ( DISP ).
Press this button again to turn the display ON again.
w PHONES jack for stereo headphones
Conventional dynamic headphones can be plugged in here.
!2 MUTE button
Notes:
When using headphones, the surround mode is switched
automatically to STEREO and the sound from the speakers is
muted.
The surround mode returns to the previous setting as soon as the
plug is removed from the jack.
Press this button to mute the output to the speakers. Press it again to
return to the previous volume level.
!3 CL (Clear) button
Press this button to cancel the station-memory setting mode or preset
scan tuning.
e SURROUND MODE Selector knob
!4 MEMO (memory) button
When this knob is turned, the surround mode is switched in the
following sequence.
DOLBY
DTS-cinema
DTS-music
AUTO
Press this button to enter the tuner preset memory numbers and
station names.
STEREO
5 STEREO
MATRIX
HALL
MOVE
Note:
Not all modes will be present if an analog input is selected.
!5 TUNING / PRESET UP and DOWN buttons
r VOLUME control knob
!6 FREQUENCY / PRESET buttons
During reception of AM or FM, you can scan the other frequencies or
select another preset station pressing these buttons.
Adjusts the overall sound level. Turning the control clockwise
increases the sound level.
During reception of AM or FM, you can change the function of the UP/
DOWN buttons for scanning frequencies or selecting preset stations
by pressing these buttons.
t FUNCTION SELECTOR buttons (AUDIO/
VIDEO)
!7 FM MODE button
Press this button to select the auto stereo mode or mono mode when
the FM band is selected. The AUTO indicator lights in the auto stereo
mode.
These buttons are used to select the sources.
The video function selector, such as TV , LD, DVD , VCR1 , DSS/
VCR2, and AUX, selects video and audio simultaneously.
Audio function sources such as CD, TAPE , CDR/MD ,and TUNER
may be selected in conjunction with a Video source.
This feature (Sound Injection) combines a sound from one source
with a picture from another.
Choose the video source first, and then choose a different audio
source to activate this function.
!8 INFRARED SENSOR window
This window receives infrared signals from the remote control unit.
!9 ENCODED CHANNEL STATUS indicators
These indicators display the channels that are encoded with a digital
input signal.
If the selected digital input signal is Dolby Digital 5.1ch or DTS 5.1ch,
“L”, “C”, “R”, “LS”, “RS” and “LFE” will light up.
If the digital input signal is 2 channel PCM-audio, “L” and “R” will be
displayed.
y 6CH INPUT button
Press this button to select the output of an external multi channel
decoder.
u A/D (Analog/Digital) SELECTOR button
This is used to select between the analog and digital inputs.
Note:
These indicators are only active with a digital input.
Note:
This button is not used for an input source that is not connected to a
digital input.
@0 PEAK indicator
This indicator is a monitor for an analog audio input signal.
If the selected analog audio input signal is greater than the capable
level of internal processing, will light.
If this happens, you should press the ATT button.
i S. ( Source) DIRECT button
When this button is pressed, the tone control circuitry is bypassed as
well as Bass Management.
@1 AUX input jacks
Notes:
The surround mode is automatically switched to AUTO when the
source direct function is turned on.
Additionally, Speaker Configurations are fixed automatically as
follow.
Front SPKR = Large
Center SPKR = Large
Surround SPKR = Large
Sub woofer = On
These auxiliary video/audio input jacks accept the connection of a
camcorder, portable VCR, etc.
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Connect the TV MONI jack to your TV’s video input (VIDEO IN) jack.
You can connect your video equipment with S-VIDEO jacks if
possible, or the composite (VIDEO) jacks.
You must use the same type of connection from your video player into
the receiver, and out of the receiver into your TV.
Both must be composite video or both must be S-Video. You cannot
convert a signal from one type to the other.
All connections to the rear panel should be made with the entire
system powered off.
To avoid errors, it is advisable to connect one cable at a time between
the various components.
A FM antenna terminal (75 ohms)
K MULTI ROOM REMOTE I/O terminals
Connect an external FM antenna with a coaxial cable, or a cable
network FM source.
IN :
Connect to multi-room remote control device, available from
your Marantz dealer.
OUT : Connect to the Marantz component equipped with remote
control (RC-5) terminals in another room (Second zone).
AM antenna and ground terminals
Connect the supplied AM loop antenna. Use the terminals marked
“AM” and “GND”.
The supplied AM loop antenna will provide good AM reception in
most areas.
Position the loop antenna until you hear the best reception.
L DC LEVEL control 1 & 2
This determines the output voltage (5-13 VDC) of the DC trigger
jacks.
B Three analog audio inputs
M DC control output 1 & 2
CD, TAPE, and CD-R/MD
Connect the audio outputs of your source components to the input
jacks on the receiver.
Connect a device that needs to be triggered by DC under certain
conditions (screen, power strip, etc…) Use the system setup menu
(3/3) to determine the conditions by which these jacks will be active.
C Two analog audio outputs for audio
source equipment
Note:
This output voltage is for (status) control only, It is not sufficient for
drive capability.
TAPE and CD-R/MD
Connect each output to the audio inputs (REC in) of your recording
equipment.
N REMOTE CONT. IN/OUT terminals
D Five analog audio inputs for video
source equipment
O 6 CH INPUT jacks
TV,LD,DVD, VCR1, and DSS/VCR2
Connect each input to the audio outputs of your video source
equipment.
P PRE OUT jacks
Connect to a Marantz component equipped with remote control (RC5) terminals.
Connect to the outputs of an external multichannel decoder.
Jacks for Front - L/R, Center and Surround.
Use these jacks for connection to an external power amplifier.
E Two analog audio outputs for video
source equipment
Q SUB WOOFER output jack
VCR1, and DSS/VCR2
Connect each output to the audio inputs (REC in) of your video
recording equipment.
Connect to the input jack(s) of the power amplifier for subwoofer
channel or powered subwoofer.
R Six DIGITAL inputs
F Five video inputs
Dig.1,2,3 (coaxial) and Dig.4,5,6(Optical)
Connect each input to the digital output of your source equipment.
Use the system setup menu to assign digital input to appropriate
source. (see page. 11)
Ex: TV,LD,DVD, VCR1, and DSS/VCR2
Connect each input to the video outputs of your video source
equipment.
Note :
The coaxial connections are not for AC-3 RF from LD, If you want
to decode this type of signal, an external demodulator must be
used.
G Two video outputs
VCR1, and DSS/VCR2
Connect each output to the video input (REC in) of your video
recording equipment.
S Two DIGITAL outputs
H Five S-video inputs
Optical and Coaxial
Connect digital input of your digital recording equipment.
Ex: TV,LD,DVD, VCR1,and DSS/VCR2
Connect each input to the S-video outputs of your video source
equipment.
T MULTI OUT jacks (Audio)
Connect to the input jacks of the amplifier used to drive the speakers
in another room (Second zone).
I Two S-video outputs
VCR1, and DSS/VCR2
Connect each output terminals to S-video input (REC in) of your video
recording equipment.
U MULTI OUT jack (Video)
Connect to the input jacks of the TV monitor in another room (Second
zone).
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J TV MONI. (VIDEO/S-VIDEO) output jacks
REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS
(SEE PAGE 1.)
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V SPEAKER terminals
FRONT Left & Right speakers output terminals
Connect to the front left & right speakers.
CENTER speaker output terminals
Connect to the center speaker.
SURROUND Left & Right speakers output terminals
Connect to the surround (rear) left & right speakers.
W AC OUTLETS
Connect the power cables of components such as a DVD and CD
player to these outlets. Both SWITCHED and UNSWITCHED outlets
are provided.
The one marked SWITCHED provides power only when the SR8000 is
turned on and is useful for components which you use every time you
play your system.
The one marked UNSWITCHED is always live as long as the SR8000
is plugged into a live outlet.
A component connected here may be left on permanently, or may be
switched off with its own power switch.
Caution:
In order to avoid potential turn-off thumps, anything plugged in here
should be powered up BEFORE the SR8000 is turned on.
X POWER cable
Plug into a household AC power outlet.
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Controlling the power ON/OFF of a power amplifier connected to
the SR8000 through Marantz remote control
1. If you connect the MA500 power amplifier to the SR8000, set the
Bus System Selector switch of the MA500 to “System 2”.
Now the MA500 can be turned ON / OFF in synchronism with the
power ON / OFF of the SR8000.
This unit is equipped with a remote control function.
By connecting this unit’s remote control jacks to a Marantz CD player
or tape deck equipped with remote control (RC-5) jacks, it allows
system remote control to operate.
Connect RC-5 OUT jack of SR8000 to REMOTE CONT. IN of other
Marantz equipment, i.e. CD player or Cassette deck, by using an RCA
pin cable.
Notes:
n Be sure to connect the remote control bus before the procedure
above.
Note:
If a component equipped with remote control (RC-5) jacks has an
INT/EXT switch on the rear panel, set the switch to EXT when using
the system control function.
(Connection example)
SR8000 rear panel
or MA500 rear panel
CD player rear panel
Tape deck panel
REMOTE
CONT.
REMOTE
CONT.
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
OUT
RC-5
CONNECTION FOR A SUBWOOFER
VIDEO
MULTI
REMOTE
S-VIDEO
L
6CH INPUT
R
DIGITAL IN
FRONT
IN
SPEAKERS
MINIMUM 8OHMS
DIG–6
CENTER
SURR.
OUT
DIG–5
CTRL
1
DIG–4
DC CONTROL
CTRL
2
CENTER
8OHMS
Use this connection when using a sub-woofer speaker.
You can also connect a powered subwoofer.
L
SUB
WOOFER
SURR.
DIG–3
CTRL
1
OUT
8OHMS
R
DIG–2
L
R
CTRL
2
OUT
DIG–1
FRONT
Powered subwoofer
L
SURR.
CENTER
RC-5
DIG. OUT
OPT
SUB
WOOFER
PRE OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
LINE IN
NORMAL
INPUT
Other Marantz
Equipment (RC-5)
8OHMS
R
OUT
MONITOR OUT
FRONT
DIG. OUT
COAX
IN
INVERT
OUTPUT
Set the switch to ”SYSTEM 2”
IN
D - BUS
OUT
2 SYSTEM
AC OUTLET
120V 60 Hz
UNSWITCHED
200 W MAX
SPEAKER SYSTEM
8 OHMS
Marantz MA500 power amplifier
Subwoofer speaker
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REMOTE CONTROL BUS CONNECTIONS
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REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-18SR
AMP
This chapter describes the functions which need to control the
SR8000. See page 18 and following pages to refer other function of
the RC-18SR.
MODE3 7 LVL+
8 LVL-
Increases channel level volume
decreases channel level volume
After pressing the CH+ button, use the LVL+
and LVL- buttons to adjust the volume level of
each speaker channel.
PROCESSOR 1 VOL+ increases external decoder’s volume
This button is not used for SR8000.
2 VOLdecreases external decoder’s volume
This button is not used for SR8000.
3 6-CH
6 channel direct button
When the surround processor is connected to
the DIRECT IN JACKS, press this button to play
it.
4 BYP
bypasses external processor’s decoding
5 SLEP sleep timer button
This button is used for setting the sleep timer.
6 DISP
display on/off function
When this button is pressed, the display is
turned on or off.
7 MODE surround mode select button
8 PHNO phono function button
This button is not used for SR8000.
v POWER ON and OFF
These two buttons are use for turning on or off SR8000.
m DIRECT button
The DIRECT command buttons (4 on each side of the LCD display, 8
total) work with the PAGE buttons (4 pages for each source
component) to provide up to 32 dedicated specialized functions for
each of the 11 function input selectors. Each DIRECT function may
also be provided with an alphanumeric function indicator visible in
the LCD display. Press the AMP or TUNER button . to control the
receiver.
Press one of these buttons to select a surround mode for the current
listening session.
AMP
MODE1 1 AUTO
2 DOLB
3 THX
Auto select surround modes
Dolby Digital or Pro Logic decoding
THX cinema decoding
This button is not used for SR8000.
4 DTS
DTS-cinema or DTS-music
5 HALL Hall surround sound
6 MTRX Matrix surround sound
7 MOV
Movie surround sound
8 2-CH
Stereo sound (no surround)
MODE2 1 A/D
analog / digital select switch
Switches between the analog input and the
digital input.
2 DIR
source direct switch
When this switch is pressed, the signals are
transmitted by bypassing the tone control
circuitry so that they can be reproduced with
higher quality.
3 ATT
attenuate for analog input
4 OSD
on screen display
Once the button is pressed, the on-screen
display is turned on and each a control button
related to the SR8000 is pressed thereafter, the
information will be displayed on the TV screen.
When the button is pressed again to turn the
on-screen display off, it disappears from the TV
screen. (Refer to “ON-SCREEN MENU
SYSTEM” on page 8.)
5 MONO monaural decoding
This button is not used for SR8000.
6 3-D
3-D surround decoding
This button is not used for SR8000.
7 NITE
NIGHT mode for Dolby Digital
Pressing this button prevents the Dolby Digital
signal from playback at a loud voice. This
function reduces the voice by 1/3 to 1/4 at
maximum. Thus, it eliminates the occurrence
of an abruptly loud voice at night. However, the
function is valid only for the case when the
Dolby Digital signal (AC-3) is entered into
digital Input and data to compress the voice
exists in the signal to be played back.
8 MLTI
activates multi-room mode
MODE3 1 TRB+ increases treble
2 TRBdecreases treble
3 BAS+ increases bass
4 BAS- decreases bass
The button 1 to 4 are used to control the tone.
5 R-EQ activates RE-EQ function
This button is not used for SR8000.
6 CH+
channel select button
Press this button to adjust the volume levels of
the front, center, surround, subwoofer
channels. Each press of the button changes
the channel which can be adjusted.
TUNER
BAND
1 FM
2 AM
3 LW
FM band button
AM/MW band button
long wave band button
This button is not used for SR8000
4 BAND selects radio band button
5 MODE mono/stereo/muting mode selector button
6 TIME
time display button
This button is not used for SR8000
7 F/P
frequency or preset channel display select
button.
8 SCAN preset scan button
, PAGE buttons
These buttons are used to select any 1 of the 4 pages of 8 functions
for each DIRECT button, as explained above.
. FUNCTION buttons
These buttons are used for selecting the input function. Press one of
these buttons twice within 2 seconds.
⁄1 VOLUME UP (+) AND DOWN (-)
These buttons are used to raise and lower the main system volume
level.
⁄2 TEN KEYPAD
They are useful for tuning a pre-set radio station and setting a station
name.
⁄3 M (MEMO) button
This button is used to enter the tuner preset memory numbers and
station names.
⁄4
C (Clear) button
This button is used to cancel certain memory or programming
operations.
⁄6 CURSOR, OK buttons
The cursor buttons can be used to navigate within on-screen menus.
These buttons are unavailable when the mode is set to DSS, TV or DVD.
⁄7 MUTE button
This button can be used to mute the sound temporarily.
⁄9 LIGHTING button
This button is used to activate the back-lit LCD screen and back-lit
keys.
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Remote-controllable range
(1) Aim the transmitting remote control at a direct line of sight to
the RC-18SR remote receiver eye.
SR8000
(2) Keep 2 inches between transmitting remote and the RC-18SR
receiving eye.
OK
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Side View
Side View
OK
OSD
MUTE
LD remote
control unit
Remote control unit (RC-18SR)
2. Loading batteries
The life of the batteries used with the remote control unit is about 4
months with normal use. Also be sure to replace batteries earlier
when you notice that they are getting weak.
RC-18SR
2 inch
5 cm
(1) Remove the back cover.
(2) Insert the alkaline batteries (AA type) with correct (+) and (–)
polarity.
(3) Close until it clicks.
9
LD remote
control unit
RC-18SR
VOL
OSD GUIDE MUTE
OK
OSD GUIDE MUTE
POW
RO
ON/OF
LOW
D3
D4
CH
CH
1
6
3
9
6
5
2
9
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C
1
8
8
0
4
0
CH
7
LD remote
control unit
ON
MAC
1
2
D1
D2
M
60°
RC-18SR
M
RC-18SR
7
LD remote
control unit
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1. Remote control
The distance between the transmitter of the remote control unit and
the IR SENSOR of the SR8000 should be less than about 5 meters. If
the transmitter is pointed to a direction other than the IR SENSOR or if
there is an obstacle between them, remote control may not be
possible.
3. Receiving the remote control codes
The RC-18SR can learn most of the remote control codes from various
equipment, it learns the full word length of the code it is receiving.
Due to the sensitivity of the receiving LED the RC-18SR may also
“learn” noise from fluorescent lights, etc. which can quickly fill up the
memory of the RC-18SR.
In order to maximize the memory capacity of the RC-18SR please pay
close attention to the following:
OPERATION OF REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
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SET-UP
After all components are connected, initial setup must be performed.
ON SCREEN DISPLAY MENU SYSTEM
The SR8000 incorporates an on-screen menu system,
which makes various operations
possible by using the cursor ( , , , ) and OK
buttons on the remote handset.
The settings made with these buttons are also shown in
the on-screen display.
OSD MAIN MENU
OSD MAIN MENU
SURROUND MODE
CHANNEL LEVEL
MULTI ROOM SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP
SPEAKER SETUP
EXIT
SURROUND MODE
SYSTEM SETUP 1/3
SURROUND MODE
6CH−INPUT : 6ch
SOURCE DIRECT : OFF
SURR−MODE: AUTO
NIGHT MODE : OFF
LFE LEVEL : 0 dB
HT−EQ : OFF
RETRUN EXIT
CHANNEL LEVEL CONTROL
CHANNEL LEVEL CONTROL
SPEAKER SETUP 1/3 SPKR SIZE
SETUP1/3 SPKR SIZE
SETUP : UNLOCKED
TV−AUTO : ENABLE
TV−INPUT : CVBS
DIGITAL OUT : SOURCE
FRONT−L/R : LARGE
CENTER : SMALL
SURR−L&R : SMALL
SUBWOOFER : YES
NEXT SETUP EXIT
NEXT EXIT
SYSTEM SETUP 2/3
SPEAKER SETUP 2/3 SPKR DISTANCE
FRONT L : 0 dB
FRONT R : 0 dB
SUBWOOFER : 0 dB
CENTER : 0 dB
SURROUND L : 0 dB
SURROUND R : 0 dB RETRUN EXIT
INPUT Dig−123456 Ana CD − −−−− −
TAPE −−−−−− CD−R −− −−− −
TV −−−−−− LD −−− −− −
DVD −−−−− −
VCR1 −−−−−− DSS −−−− − −
NEXT SETUP EXIT
SETUP2/3 SPKR DISTANCE
UNIT : ft
FRONT−L : 10ft
FRONT−R : 10ft
CENTER : 10ft
SURR−L : 10ft
SURR−R : 10ft
ENTER
MULTI ROOM SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP 3/3
SPEAKER SETUP 3/3 SPKR LEVEL
MULTI ROOM SETUP
MULTI ROOM : ON
VIDEO : VCR1
AUDIO : FM
VOLUME : VARIABLE
VOLUME LEVEL : −15 dB
−−−MAIN−ROOM STATUS−−−
VIDEO:DVD
AUDIO:DVD
RETURN EXIT
DC−CONTROL OUTPUT
DC1: MULTI ROOM
TV LD DVD VCR1 DSS AUX
CD−R TAPE CD TUNER
NEXT SETUP EXIT
SETUP3/3 SPKR LEVEL
TEST MODE : MANUAL
TEST TONE : ON
DC2: MULTI ROOM
TV LD DVD VCR1 DSS AUX
CD−R TAPE CD TUNER
FORNT−L : 0dB
NEXT SETUP EXIT
RETURN EXIT
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INPUT Dig−123456 Ana CD − −−−− −
TAPE −−−−−− CD−R −− −−− −
TV −−−−−− LD −−− −− −
DVD −−−−− −
VCR1 −−−−−− DSS −−−− − −
NEXT SETUP EXIT
OSD MAIN MENU
SURROUND MODE
CHANNEL LEVEL
MULTI ROOM SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP
SPEAKER SETUP
EXIT
1.
2.
Six digital inputs can be assigned for the desired source.
Use this menu to determine which source is connected to which
input.
Press the AMP button.
Press any one of the cursor buttons ( , , , and OK buttons)
to display the “MAIN MENU” of the on-screen display menu.
Choose a desired item in the contents with or button, and
press the OK button to select.
Display will change to menu for each item.
Example;
When the digital output of a DVD player is connected to Digital 4
(input jack) of the SR8000;
1. Move the cursor on the line of the DVD with cursor buttons or .
2. Move the cursor on “Dig 4” with cursor buttons
or .
3. Press the OK button to chose.
4. If you desire to continue the next setup, press the OK button on
NEXT-SETUP.
If you desire to exit from OSD menu system, press the OK button
on EXIT.
SYSTEM SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP 1/3
Notes:
The TUNER and AUX are fixed to the analog input, and are
prevented from selecting any digital input.
While the DTS-LD or DTS-CD is playing, this setup is not available,
this is to avoid noise being generated from the analog input. Stop
the LD or CD playback to setup.
The SR8000 does not switch from digital input to analog input or
vice versa automatically.
In the event that both digital and analog inputs are connected to
SR8000, if you desire to switch to an analog input temporarily, you
can switch by pressing the A/D button.
6CH−INPUT : 6ch
TV−AUTO : ENABLE
TV−INPUT : CVBS
DIGITAL OUT : SOURCE
NEXT SETUP EXIT
6CH. INPUT : The 6 channel direct input of the SR8000 can be
selected to use a 6channel input or front
2channel input. Select 6channel use or
2channel use by or button.
TV AUTO : This product is equipped with a TV-auto ON/
OFF system, which automatically turns on or off
the power 1 second to 5 minutes after the TV
video input signal has been sent or has been
stopped.
Switch the TV AUTO ON/OFF function to enable
or disable with or button.
To use this function, connect the TV video input
to TV tuner’s video output.
TV INPUT : This allows you to choose between the
composite or the S-Video input for use with the
TV auto function.
DIGITAL OUT : This lets you chose which digital input will be
output for digital recording.
SOURCE
DIG.1
DIG.2
DIG.3
DIG.4
SYSTEM SETUP 3/3 (DC CONTROL OUTPUT)
DC−CONTROL OUTPUT
DC1: MULTI ROOM
TV LD DVD VCR1 DSS AUX
CD−R TAPE CD TUNER
DC2: MULTI ROOM
TV LD DVD VCR1 DSS AUX
CD−R TAPE CD TUNER
NEXT SETUP EXIT
SR8000 has two DC control jacks, each one is selectable to link with
input functions for the main room or multi room.
You can select MAIN ROOM or MULTI ROOM for DC1 & DC2
independently by , or OK button.
And then move the cursor to select the linked input function you
desired by or button and press OK button to chose.
OFF
DIG.6
DIG.5
To determine each source, display the desired
source and press the or
button.
NEXT SETUP/EXIT :If you desire to continue the next setup ,press
the OK button on NEXT-SETUP, if you desire to
exit from OSD menu system, press the OK
button on EXIT.
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SYSTEM SETUP 2/3 (SELECTING THE DIGITAL INPUT)
OSD MAIN MENU
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FRONT -L/R : Select the type of front speakers with or button.
CENTER : Select the type of center speaker with or button.
SURR-L/R : Select the type of surround speakers with
or
button.
SUBWOOFER: Select the subwoofer speaker yes or none with or
button.
SPEAKERS SETUP
The home theater system you already have installed should function
provided that there are left, center and right front speakers, left and
right rear/surround speakers and a subwoofer. For best results we
recommend that all front speakers be of the same type, with identical
or similar driver units. This will deliver smooth pans across the front
sound stage as the action moves from side to side.
Your center channel speaker is very important as over 80 % of the
dialog from a typical motion picture emanates from the center channel.
It should possess similar sonic characteristics to the main speakers.
Rear channel speakers need not be identical to the front channel
speakers, but they should be of high quality.
One of the benefits of both Dolby Digital (AC-3) and DTS is that
surround channels are discreat full range, while they were frequency
limited in earlier “Pro Logic’ type systems.
Bass effects are an important part of home theater. For optimal
enjoyment a subwoofer should be used as it is optimized for low
frequency reproduction. If you have full range front speakers,
however, they may be used in place of a subwoofer with proper
setting of theswitches in the menu system.
Notes:
The SUBWOOFER cannot be set to None when the front speakers are
set to SMALL.
This speaker size setup is not effective when the SOURCE-DIRECT or
6CH. Input is selected.
SPKR SETUP 2/3 (SPKR DISTANCE)
SETUP2/3 SPKR DISTANCE
UNIT : ft
FRONT−L : 10ft
FRONT−R : 10ft
CENTER : 10ft
SURR−L : 10ft
SURR−R : 10ft
ENTER
SUB WOOFER
NEXT SETUP EXIT
LEFT
RIGHT
CENTER
Use this parameter to specify the distance of the speaker’s position
from the listener.
The delay time is automatically set according to these distances.
SURROUND-L
UNITS: You can select Meters or Feet.
If you select “FEET”, the setting parameter will change in 1
foot steps.
If you select “METER”, it will change in 0.3 meter steps.
Select speaker with or button, and input each speaker’s
distance with or button.
When the input for each speaker’s distance has been
finished, move the cursor to ENTER and press the OK button.
SURROUND-R
If possible, mount the surround speakers on the walls to the sides of
the viewing area, 2-3 feet above seated viewers, firing straight across
at each other.
NOTES :
If your are out of range, the OSD text will blink.
Placement beyond that distance is beyond the range of the automatic
time delay feature.
The delay feature does not function in the SOURCE-DIRECT ,6 CHInput modes and decoding of 96 kHz sources.
SPKR SETUP 1/3 (SPKR SIZE)
SETUP1/3 SPKR SIZE
SETUP : UNLOCKED
FRONT−L/R : LARGE
CENTER : SMALL
SURR−L&R : SMALL
SUBWOOFER : YES
SPKR SETUP 3/3 (SPKR LEVEL)
SETUP3/3 SPKR LEVEL
TEST MODE : MANUAL
TEST TONE : ON
NEXT EXIT
SETUP: Select “LOCKED” with or button in order to lock the
contents of the SPKR SET UP MENU.
Then, when you want to change the contents of this setup,
select “UNLOCKED”.
FORNT−L : 0dB
RETURN EXIT
SPKR SIZE
This menu enters the information about which type of speakers will be
used for each channel.
In turn, these settings will determine which speakers receive low
frequency information.
For the purpose of establishing proper bass reproduction, use the
LARGE settings if the speaker being used at any position is a
traditional full-range loudspeaker that is capable of reproducing
sound below 100 Hz and you are not using a subwoofer.
Use the SMALL setting for smaller, frequency-limited speakers that are not
able to reproduce sounds below 100Hz and you are using a subwoofer.
Low frequencies will be diverted from the speaker to the subwoofer.
Note that when “small” speakers are used it is advisable to install a
separate subwoofer, especially if you wish to appreciate the full
impact of a good home theater soundtrack.
If the Surround speakers or Center speaker will not be used, set
NONE for each speaker. The NONE setting will send the audio for the
surround channels or Center channel to the front left/right speakers.
SPKR LEVEL
TEST MODE: Selects the mode for generating the test tone.
If you select AUTO, the test tone will be cycled
through in a circular pattern which is Left → Center →
Right → Surround Right → Surround Left →
Subwoofer → Left → ... 3 seconds for each channel.
If you select MANUAL, press the OK or CH+ button to
select the test tone channels after the “TEST TONE ON”.
TEST TONE: Press the OK button, ON is indicated and the test
tone starts from the front L-CH speaker.
Press the OK button again, OFF is indicated and the
output of the test tone will stop.
Channel: Adjust the level of test tone for each channel with the
LVL+, LVL– or , buttons of the RC-18SR. The current
volume level is shown at the center of the display.
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MULTI ROOM SETUP
MULTI ROOM SETUP
MULTI ROOM : ON
VIDEO : VCR1
AUDIO : FM
VOLUME : VARIABLE
VOLUME LEVEL : −15 dB
−−−MAIN−ROOM STATUS−−−
VIDEO:DVD
AUDIO:DVD
RETURN EXIT
SURROUND MODE
SOURCE DIRECT : OFF
SURR−MODE: AUTO
NIGHT MODE : OFF
LFE LEVEL : 0 dB
HT−EQ : OFF
RETRUN EXIT
SOURCE DIRECT : Switch the source direct ON or OFF with or
button. This bypasses the surround processing
and crossover for the main speakers (front left
and right will be full range and the subwoofer will
be ON)
Note: Surround mode cannot be changed in
Source Direct mode.
SURR-MODE : Select the surround mode with or button.
NIGHT MODE : Switch the NIGHT MODE ON or OFF with or
button.
Selecting the Night Mode ON is effective in
Dolby Digital only, and it compresses the
dynamic range.
This softens loud passages such as sudden
explosions, to help prevent disturbing others late
at night.
LFE LEVEL : Select the output level of the LFE signal included
in the Dolby Digital signal or the DTS signal.
Select 0dB, -10 dB or OFF with or button.
The level is ordinarily set to 0 dB except DTSMusic mode. In the DTS-Music mode, default
level is set to -10 dB.
HT-EQ: Switch the HT (Home Theater) - EQ on or off with
or button.
This mode compensates for the audio portion of
a movie sounding “bright”.
This equalizer is effective in AUTO, DOLBY,
DTS-cinema, DTS-music and STEREO mode.
MULTI ROOM : To switch on the Multi-room output.
VIDEO : Select the video source of the Multi-room
output.
AUDIO : Select the audio source of the Multi-room
output.
VOLUME : Select whether the Multi-room output level
is variable or fixed.
VOLUME LEVEL : Adjust the Multi-room output level.
MAIN ROOM STATUS : Selected input source in the main room will
be displayed.
Notes:
If “VOLUME” is set to “FIXED”, the multi-room output level cannot
be adjusted.
You cannot transmit a digital signal using the multi-room function.
Any source component that is desired to be operated in the
second zone needs to have the analog outputs connected to
receiver.
CHANNEL LEVEL CONTROL
CHANNEL LEVEL CONTROL
FRONT L : 0 dB
FRONT R : 0 dB
SUBWOOFER : 0 dB
CENTER : 0 dB
SURROUND L : 0 dB
SURROUND R : 0 dB RETRUN EXIT
Desired channels can be selected by pressing
, or CH+ , button.
Each channel level will be adjusted by pressing , , LVL+, or LVL–
button.
Only the usable channels which are determined depending on the
SURROUND mode, and SPEAKER SETTING are displayed.
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SURROUND MODE
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BASIC OPERATION
5.
LISTENING TO THE TUNER
MANUAL TUNING
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
To select the tuner as the source, press the TUNER button t on
the front panel or press the TUNER button . on the remote.
Press the TUNER button t on the front panel or press the
TUNER button . on the remote to select the desired frequency
band if required.
Press the F/P button !6 on the front panel to display the frequency.
Press the TUNING/PRESET or button !5 on the front panel or
press the 1, ¡ button ⁄5 on the remote.
If FM is selected, press the MODE button !7 on the front panel or
the MODE button D5 on the remote to select the desired audio
mode.
6.
7.
3. Recalling a Preset Station
1. Press theF/P button !6 to change the display to preset.
2. Select the desired preset station by pressing TUNING/PRESET
or button !5 on the front panel or press 4 or ¢ button ⁄5
on the remote.
(FM) MODE BUTTON OPERATION
When “AUTO” indicator is on in the display, FM stations that
broadcast in stereo will be received in stereo and the “STEREO”
indicator lights.
When “AUTO” indicator is off, all the FM stations will be received in
mono regardless of whether or not they are broadcasting in stereo.
Note:
To directly access the preset stations using the numeric keypad,
select the desired preset station by entering one or two digits
using the numeric keypad ⁄5.
To return to the Manual Tuning mode, press the F/P button !6.
AUTO TUNING (USING THE SR8000)
1.
2.
Each time the tuner finds a station, the scanning will pause and
the station will be played for five seconds. During this time, the
following operations are possible:
1) The band can be changed using the BAND button on the
remote.
2) The mode can be changed using the (FM) MODE button !7 .
If no button is pressed during this period, the current frequency is
preset in location CH-2.
If you wish to skip the current station, press the TUNING/PRESET
or button !5 during this period, the current frequency is skipped
and auto presetting continues.
Operation stops automatically when all 50 preset memory
positions are filled or when auto scanning attains the highest end
of all bands.
To stop the auto preset function at anytime, press the CLEAR
button !3.
Press the F/P button !6 on the front panel to display the frequency.
Press the TUNING/PRESET or button !5 on the front panel
for more than 1 second to start the Auto tuning function.
4. Preset Scan Tuning (Using the remote control unit)
1. Press the SCAN (preset scan) button D8 on the remote. “PSCAN” indicator blinks in the display. (The preset station with the
smallest preset number is recalled first. If no stations have been
preset, CH “00” blinks in the display and the unit returns to the
previous mode.)
2. Preset stations are recalled in sequence (CH-1 → CH-2, etc.) for
5 seconds each. Preset numbers that do not contain stations are
skipped.
3. You can fast forward the preset stations by pressing the ¢
button continuously.
When the desired preset station is received, cancel the preset
scan operation by pressing the 4 button or the SCAN button
D8 or CLEAR button !3.
AUTO TUNING (USING THE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT)
Press 1 or ¡ button for more than 1 second to start the Auto
tuning function.
PRESET TUNING
With this unit you can preset up to 50 FM/AM stations in any order. For
each station, you can memorize the frequency and reception mode if
desired.
1-a. Manual Presetting (Using the SR8000)
1. Refer to the “MANUAL TUNING” or “AUTO TUNING” section
above to tune in a desired station.
2. Press the MEMORY button !4. “MEMO” indicator starts blinking
on the display.
While “MEMO” is still blinking (approx. 5 seconds), select the
preset number by pressing the TUNING/PRESET or button
!5 then press the MEMORY button !4 again.
3. When a number has been properly input, “MEMO” indicator
stops blinking and goes out.
The station is now stored in the specified preset memory location.
5. Clearing Preset Stations
You can remove preset stations from memory using the following
procedure.
1. Recall the preset number to be cleared with the method
described in “Recalling” a preset station .
2. Press the MEMORY button !4 on the front panel or M (MEMO)
button ⁄3 on the remote unit, “MEMO” blinks in the display for 5
seconds. While “MEMO” is still blinking, press the CLEAR button
!3 on the front panel or C (CLEAR) button ⁄4 on the remote unit.
“CLEAR” appears on the display to indicate that the specified
preset number has been cleared.
1-b. Manual Presetting (Using the remote unit)
1. Tune in a desired station.
2. Press the M button ⁄3.
3. Enter the desired preset number with ten keypad ⁄2.
* When entering a single digit number (2, for example), either input
“02” or just input “2” and wait for a few seconds.
* If a number other than 1-50 is entered by mistake, that number
flashes in the display to indicate that it is invalid and the display
returns to the original frequency display.
2. Auto Presetting
This function automatically scans the AM and FM band and enters all
stations with sufficient signal strength into the memory.
This function is available only for SR8000.
1. Select the FM band with the BAND button on the remote.
2. Tune in the lowest receivable frequency.
3. While pressing the MEMORY button !4, press the TUNING/PRESET
button !5 . Auto memory starts at this point.
4. “MEMO “ will blink on the display.
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OTHER FUNCTIONS
The station name preset function allows the name of each preset
channel to be entered using alphanumeric characters. The Station
Name button is valid only in the tuner mode. Before station name
preset operation, store stations with the preset memory operation.
1. Press the MEMORY button !4 on the front panel or M (MEMO)
button ⁄3 on the remote for more than 3 seconds.
2. The left most column of the station name indicator flashes,
indicating the character entry ready status.
[Operation (Using the SR8000)]
3. When you press the TUNING/PRESET
or buttons !5 is
turned, alphabetic and numeric characters will be displayed in
the following order:
A → B → C ...Z → 1 → 2 → 3..... 0 → – → + → / → (Blank) → A
UP →
← DOWN
4. After selecting the first character to be entered, press the
MEMORY button !4. The entry in this column is fixed and the next
column starts to flash. Fill the next column and press the
MEMORY button !4 for more than 1 second to confirm the entry.
SETTING THE SLEEP TIMER
Set the sleep timer while the power is turned on.
1. Turn the power ON and press the SLEEP button !0 or D5 on
page 4 at AMP mode.
“SLEEP” blinks on the display.
2. Press the SLEEP button !0 or D5 the number of times to set the
desired sleep time in minutes.
Each press of the SLEEP button !0 or D5 changes the display in
the following order:
4.
20
30
40
50
OFF
90
80
70
60
“SLEEP” stops blinking and lights steadily.
The unit will shut off in the number of minutes indicated.
* While the sleep timer is activated, the remaining time can be
displayed for approximately 2 seconds by pressing the SLEEP
button.
* To cancel the sleep timer, press the SLEEP button !0 or D5 and
then press the CLEAR button !8 or C (CLEAR) button ⁄4.
[Operation (Using the remote unit)]
First, press the TUNER button on the remote control unit.
(This operation is not necessary if the remote control unit has
already been operated in the TUNER mode.)
3.
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Enter the character using the ten keypad ⁄2 . For example, to
enter “A”:
1) Press the “1” button. “A” appears on the display column.
2) Every time the 1 button is pressed, the displayed character
changes in the order: A → B → C → 1 → A...
Pressing buttons other than the “1” button cause different
characters to be displayed in a similar way, so that other
alphanumeric characters can be entered. To enter a blank or
space, press the “9” button.
When the desired character is displayed, press the M (MEMO)
button ⁄3 to confirm the entry in this column and move to the next
column. After having filled all of the 8 columns, press the M
(MEMO) button ⁄3, for more than 1 second to confirm the entry.
TV AUTO ON/OFF FUNCTION
This function allows the component connected to the TV IN jack to
control the power (ON/OFF) to the SR8000.
AUTO POWER ON
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Be sure TV auto mode is enable. (Refer page 11 : System Setup 1/3)
Connect your TV TUNER (etc) to the TV IN terminal.
Be sure to connect the of video input.
Turn OFF the power to the TV TUNER and the SR8000.
Turn ON the TV TUNER and tune in a receivable station.
When the station is received, the SR8000 turns ON and TV is
selected automatically.
AUTO POWER OFF
1.
PLAYBACK OPERATION
2.
NORMAL PLAYBACK
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press the POWER ON button on the remote.
Press the FUNCTION SELECTOR button t on the front panel or
press the FUNCTION button . on the remote unit to select an
input source.
Turn the SURROUND MODE SELECTOR knob e on the front
panel or Surround mode buttons D1 to D8 on page 1 in the AMP
MODE on the remote unit to select the desired surround mode.
Adjust the volume level using the VOLUME knob r on the front
panel or press the VOL + / – button ⁄1 on the remote. If
necessary, adjust the tone using the BASS and TREBLE buttons
D1 to D4 on page 3 in the AMP MODE on the remote unit.
Note:
AUTO POWER OFF is canceled if the FUNCTION SELECTOR
button @1 is set to a source other than TV. The function reactivates
when TV is selected again.
Caution:
Some TV broadcasts may cause the TV AUTO FUNCTION to be
turned enable. To set this function to ENABLE/DISABLE, refer to
the SETUP MENU.
Note:
In case of remote control operation, press one of the function
buttons twice within 2 seconds to select the function.
LISTENING TO A DIFFERENT AUDIO SOURCE WHILE
WATCHING A VIDEO SOURCE (Using the remote control
unit)
1.
2.
In the above situation, turn the TV TUNER OFF or select a channel
that does not contain any broadcast.
The SR8000 switches to STANDBY after approximately 5
minutes.
Select one of the following video sources
TV, LD, DVD, VCR1, DSS/VCR2 or AUX.
Next, select one of the following audio sources
FM, AM, CD, TAPE, or CDR/MD.
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STATION NAME PRESET
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INFOMATION
MULTI ROOM SELECTOR
The Multi Room Selector is a function which allows you to listen to the
same or a different source in a room other than the room in which the
SR8000 is located. To use this function, a multi room remote unit and
remote control signal receiver available from your Marantz dealer are
necessary. The operations possible with the multi room function are
explained briefly below. For details, refer to the instruction manual
supplied with the multi room remote control unit and receiver.
The on-screen display, which can be activated by the Main unit or
remote, appears on the TV screen to show the current setting status
of the SR8000.
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
When the OSD button is pressed, the current setting are displayed on
the TV monitor.
This display disappears automatically in about 10 seconds after the
button is pressed.
MULTI ROOM SELECTOR OPERATION
1.
2.
Press the MULTI button o. The unit enters multi room mode and
the display indicates “SEL SOURCE” and flashes the “MULTI”
indicator for approx. 10 seconds. In this time, you can select the
input source by pressing the FUNCTION SELECTOR button t
and you can set sleep timer for multi room by pressing by the
SLEEP button !0.
Then, the display indicates “MULTI VOL” “VOLUME xx dB” for
approx. 5 seconds. At this time, you can set the volume level of
the multi room by turning the volume control knob.
VIDEO SOURCE : DVD
AUDIO SOURCE : DVD
DIGITAL IN : DIG−1
DIGITAL OUT : DIG−6
SURR−MODE : AUTO
MULTIROOM : OFF
MULTI ROOM SELECTOR OPERATION (USING THE MULTI
ROOM REMOTE CONTROL UNIT)
1.
MASTER VOLUME
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
If Video output for multi room is connected to the TV in your
second zone, the on screen display for this video signal will be
shown as follow.
q VIDEO SOURCE:
Displays the current video source being selected with the function selector
TV, LD, DVD, VCR1, DSS or AUX.
MULTI ROOM SETUP
w AUDIO SOURCE:
Displays the current audio source being selected with the function selector
FM, AM, CD, TAPE, CD-R, TV, LD, DVD, VCR1, DSS or AUX.
VIDEO : DVD
AUDIO : DVD
VOLUME LEVEL : −75 dB
:VARIABLE
SLEEP TIMER : 90 min
- - - MAIN−ROOM STATUS - - VIDEO : LD
AUDIO : LD
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
DISPLAY
e DIGITAL INPUT:
Displays the digital input that you are using
DIG-1, DIG-2, DIG-3 , DIG-4 , DIG-5, or DIG-6.
r DIGITAL OUTPUT:
Displays the digital output that is being used for recording
SOURCE , DIG-1, DIG-2, DIG-3 , DIG-4 , DIG-5, DIG-6 or OFF.
Press the MULTI button, the POWER ON button, or select the
desired source on multi room remote control unit from the MULTI
ROOM. Any of these operations will put the SR8000 into multi
room mode and “MULTI” will light in the display and OSD system
for the TV in the multi room will be shown.
Press the VOL.UP or VOL.DOWN button on the multi room
remote control unit to set the desired sound volume.
In multi room mode, the multi room remote control unit can be
used in the multi room to operate the following functions.
You can select a tuner preset channel and tuning up or down,
and direct selection. And you can control the CD player LD
player, DVD player and tape deck connected to the SR8000.
Additionally, SLEEP timer function for multi room is available from
second zone, by the same way as setting the sleep timer for main
room.
The status of the main room setting can be monitored from the
second zone with the OSD.
t SURROUND MODE:
Displays the current surround mode
AUTO, DOLBY, DTS-CINEMA, DTS-MUSIC, HALL, MATRIX,
MOVIE , 5-STEREO , STEREO , S-DIRECT or 6CH INPUT.
y MULTI ROOM
Displays the current status of the Multi Room function.
u MASTER VOLUME
Displays the current volume level.
The volume level is higher at the right of the display, and the pointer
changes to “ ” at 0 dB.
Note:
The On-Screen Display signals for the main room can be output
from the TV MONIcomposite video (RCA) output and the TV MONI,
S-Video output jacks.
With some video equipment or software, the On-Screen Display
characters may be distorted due to noise or tracking adjustment
error.
Caution:
If the main room and the secondary room are listening to the same
source, the main room will have priority over controlling that
source. For example, you cannot change the frequency or preset
of the Tuner from a remote location if the main room is also
listening to that source.
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5.SLEEP TIMER
When a function selector button or surround mode button is pressed
VIDEO: Displays the current video source. When DSS/TV,
LD, DVD, VCR or AUX is selected with the function
selector, both AUDIO and VIDEO shows the same
name.
AUDIO: Displays the current analog audio input source.
DIGITAL: Displays the current digital input source.
SURR-MODE: Displays the current Surround mode as follows;
AUTO, DOLBY, DTS CINEMA, DTS MUSIC, HALL
MATRIX, MOVIE, 5-STEREO , STEREO, S=DIRECT,
or 6CH-INPUT.
HT-EQ : Displays the current status of the Home Theater-EQ
function as ON or OFF.
When the SLEEP button is pressed, the setting on or off and the
remaining time of the sleep
timer function are displayed.
You can change the mode between on, off and the amount of time to
elapse before the unit
will shut itself off by cycling the sleep button.
SLEEP TIMER
ON 90 min
6. OSD OFF
VIDEO : DVD
AUDIO : DVD
DIGITAL : DIG−1
SURR−MODE : AUTO
HT−EQ : OFF
When OSD button is pressed, OSD system will be bypassed after 3
seconds.
Then there is no indication on the TV display.
Press the OSD button again.
3. MASTER VOLUME CONTROL
Displayed when the MASTER volume is varied or a button of the
remote handset is pressed.
The box display indicates the 0 dB level with a solid box “ ”.
ON SCREEN DISPLAY
- OFF -
MASTER VOLUME
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
4. MUTE
When the MUTE button is pressed on the remote control, “MUTE” will
be shown on screen.
Pressing MUTE button again will clear the display,or adjust the
volume.
MUTE
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REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-18SR
FUNCTION AND OPERATION
n The remote control unit provided with the SR8000 is a
“learning”-type, programmable unit capable of controlling
almost any component in your system, as well as the
Marantz D-BUS components (RC-5). The components to be
controlled can be selected with 11 function buttons.
OPERATION
The provided remote control unit (RC-18SR) is a system remote
controller. The POWER button v, 10-key numeric buttons ⁄2 and
control buttons ⁄5 are used in common across different input source
components.
The input source system controlled with the RC-18SR changes when
one of the input selector buttons . is pressed.
POWER
SOURCE
ON
OFF
ON/OFF
CLONE MACRO MODE
L E A R N I N G REMOTE CONTROL
MACRO
nExample: To select the LD player as the input source and
play an LD on it
Press the LD button twice within 2 seconds.
The input function of the SR8000 is switched to LD
and the RC-18SR is set for control of the LD player.
Press the PLAY button ⁄5 to play an LD.
MACRO
RC-18SR
1
3
2
4
LEARN
USE NAME
LOW
D1
D5
D2
D6
D3
D7
D4
D8
1
DSS /
VCR2
TUNER
2
3
4
TV
LD
DVD
VCR
CD
TAPE
AUX
CD-R
/ MD
VOL
CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
M
0
C
OK
AMP GUIDE MUTE
LEARN
USE NAME
LOW
1
2
3
z MODE (operating mode)
4
This button is used to change from normal operation to the learning
mode, and is used when “learning” commands from other brands of
A/V components. Each time this button is pressed (using a small
pointed instrument, such as the tip of a paper clip) the mode changes
as follows: LEARN →USE →NAME. As the mode changes, the LCD
display will show which mode is currently selected.
x MACRO (for multiple step macro functions)
This button is used to memorize a series of functions. When this
button is pressed, the RC-18SR changes to macro programming
mode, and is ready to learn a sequence of remote control commands.
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Note:
Press a function selector button only once to select the LD player, etc.
Remember, when you press a function selector button only once, the
RC-18SR will not send out a remote control code to instruct the
amplifier or receiver to change to that corresponding input, but the RC18SR keypad and DIRECT function commands will provide the
selected component’s specialized remote control codes. Press a
function selector button twice within 2 seconds to change the function
of the amplifier or receiver.
The RC-18SR has the ability to “replicate” itself, downloading all of its
internal pre-programmed and user-programmed commands to another
RC-18SR or RC2000MKII. This button is used when you wish to “teach”
another RC-18SR or RC2000MKII all of the customized commands
you’ve already programmed in this RC-18SR.
v POWER ON and OFF
These two buttons are used to turn the main component’s (amplifier
or receiver) AC power on and off. We provide both ON and OFF
commands so that your A/V system is remote compatible with
external infrared controllers, such as in-wall key pads, and etc.
For example, if you press the LD function button twice within 2
seconds, the amplifier or receiver’s input will immediately be switched
to the laser disc input, and the keypad and DIRECT function
commands for laser disc operation will be activated. Press the CD
function button only once, the amplifier or receiver’s input will not
switch to the CD input, however the RC-18SR keypad and DIRECT
function commands for compact disc operation will be activated.
b SOURCE ON/OFF
This button is used to turn the AC power on and off to any of your A/V
source components that have their own remote control turn-on and
turn-off commands, such as TV, laser disc player, VCR, etc.
n MACRO 1-4
We have provided 11 popular function command selector buttons,
based upon the typical input selections available with most quality A/
V amplifiers (or receivers) including popular Marantz models.
Each of these 4 buttons can be programmed with a “string” of
commands, called a macro, to initiate a sequence of remote codes to
achieve a particular result. For example, a macro button could be
programmed to turn on the main system power, then turn on a particular
source component (such as a laser disc player), then turn on the TV set,
set the TV to AUX video input, and then adjust the surround processor to
the home theater surround decoding mode, then activate the laser disc
player’s PLAY function. This means that by pressing one macro button,
you can achieve the same result as pushing up to 20 buttons in
sequence.
The function button DSS/VCR2 is a little different from the others, in
that when you press this button, the RC-18SR will send out a
command to the amplifier or receiver to switch to the DSS input, and
then the RC-18SR keypad and DIRECT function commands will be
configured for DSS (digital satellite system) control. We have
included DSS commands within the RC-18SR’s pre-programmed
memory for RCA brand DSS equipment. If you have another brand of
DSS, you can “teach” the RC-18SR with the remote control codes of
your equipment.
m DIRECT
⁄0 LCD window
With today’s high performance A/V systems, it is not unusual for each
component in your system to have dozens of specialized command
functions. If we were to duplicate all of those commands for each
component onto the RC-18SR key pad, we could easily exceed 300
buttons for an entire home theater system, which would result in either
a huge key pad, or buttons of infinitesimal size. The DIRECT command
buttons (4 on each side of the LCD display, 8 total) work with the PAGE
buttons (4 pages for each source component) to provide up to 32
dedicated specialized functions for each of the 11 function input
selectors. Each DIRECT function may also be provided with an alphanumeric function indicator visible in the LCD display. You may even
change the displayed name of each function to another name, if you
wish.
The LCD window provides a wealth of information, including function
selection name, DIRECT function names, learning and programming
steps, as well as useful indicators for battery status, and other helpful
indicators. The LCD window features back-lighting, making it easy to
view when the room light is very low.
⁄1 Volume up (+) and down (-)
Used to raise and lower the main system volume level. Note that
these buttons are clearly the largest size, and are conveniently
located and contoured for easy operation, even in low lighting.
⁄2 Ten keypad
Used to select any 1 of the 4 pages of 8 functions for each DIRECT
button, as explained above.
Like a telephone key pad, the ten number buttons (0-9) are used to
enter numeric digits. They are useful for finding a specific track on a
CD, or to tune a pre-set radio station, etc. The “0” button performs the
same operation as the “CLEAR” button on the SR8000 main unit.
. FUNCTION
⁄3 MEMO
Press one of these buttons once or twice to select a particular source
component. For example, to set the amplifier or receiver to the laser
disc input, press the LD button twice within 2 seconds. Along with the
source selection, special functions may become available (the
DIRECT keys), as well as activating the transport function keys, so
that you can now directly operate the laser disc player from the RC18SR. If you wish, you may even re-program the status indicators in
the LCD window to reflect your own particular function name
whenever that source (function) button is selected.
This button is used to program your CD player’s track memory, or to
enter a VCR recording program, and can be used to provide the
MEMO function included with other components in your system.
, PAGE
⁄4 CLEAR
This button is used to cancel certain memory or programming
operations. It operates differently from the “CLEAR” button on the
SR8000 main unit.
⁄5 Transport control functions
Here are the button names and their functions:
LD
: Laser disc player
TV
: Television
VCR1
: Video cassette recorder
DSS/VCR2 : Digital satellite decoder or second video cassette
recorder
AUX
: Can be used for an auxiliary source component
TUNER
: AM/FM tuner, or AM/FM tuner section of a receiver
CD
: Compact disc player or changer
TAPE
: Audio tape deck, or digital audio recorder
AMP
: Amplifier or receiver control functions
DVD
: Digital video disc player
CD-R/MD : CD-Recorder or mini disc player
These buttons provide transport commands for your source
components, such as laser disc player, CD player, VCR, audio tape
deck, etc., and are dependent on the function source selected. For
example, when the RC-18SR is set to LD (laser disc) mode, the
transport keys will operate the laser disc player’s PLAY, STOP,
PAUSE, FAST FORWARD, FAST REVERSE, NEXT and PREVIOUS
track functions. Change the RC-18SR function selector to VCR, and
these keys will then operate the VCR’s transport command functions,
etc.
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d Battery indicator:
When the batteries are running low, this indicator will become visible.
At this point, it will not be possible to learn any new remote codes, but
normal remote control operation is still provided (including the use of
any previously learned codes). At this point, you should consider
changing the batteries soon. As time goes on, and the battery power
diminishes further, this indicator will begin blinking. At this point, no
remote commands will be transmitted. This is your signal to replace
the batteries with fresh ones as soon as possible. Eventually, if you
ignore the blinking battery indicator and do not install fresh batteries,
then the batteries may eventually be totally exhausted, and the LCD
display window will be completely blank. However, any previously
learned commands and macros will not be erased from the
microprocessor’s memory.
The RC-18SR is supplied with a full set of RC-5 remote control codes
in permanent (non-volatile) memory. Even if the batteries are fully
exhausted, the RC-5 codes (used for Marantz A/V components) and
learned codes will never disappear.
We recommend that you use a quality brand of alkaline batteries, for
best results and longest life. Newly available lithium “AA” batteries
can even provide longer life than alkaline batteries, and are also
recommended.
⁄6 CURSOR buttons
Some components feature menus that are navigated with up, down,
left and right direction commands. The cursor buttons can be used to
navigate within on-screen menus, for components such as amplifier
or receiver, TV set, DSS/satellite tuner, etc. These buttons are also
used for certain RC-18SR programming functions.
⁄7 MUTE
For those components (such as amplifier or receiver, TV, etc.) with a
mute function, this button can be used to mute the sound temporarily.
⁄8 GUIDE
This button is intended for owners of DSS (digital satellite system) or
similar equipment, to activate the on-screen programming guide,
used when changing channels, etc.
⁄9 LIGHTING
Press this button to activate the back-lit LCD screen and back-lit keys
independently SETUP mode. A quick touch is all that is necessary.
The back-lighting will remain on for 3 seconds. If you wish, you can
even re-program the RC-18SR to shorten or lengthen the amount of
time the back-lighting is activated when this button is pressed.
e Transmit indicator:
When a button is pressed, this indicator shows that an infrared code
is being transmitted.
¤0 Channel up( ), down( )
Press this button to change the tuner, TV, DSS or VCR preset
channels to upward or downward.
¤1 Transmitter window
f USE indicator:
For normal operation, the USE indicator should be visible.
Infrared signals will eminate from behind this window. Simply aim the
RC-18SR towards the component(s) you wish to control. You may
find that the RC-18SR works fine when placed on a coffee table
pointing towards your A/V system components.
g LEARN indicator:
Visible when the RC-18SR is set to LEARN mode.
h NAME indicator:
Visible when the RC-18SR is in the learning mode, and function
naming is being changed.
¤2 Receiving window
Used when learning commands from other remotes, this window is
placed at the bottom of the RC-18SR, so that the two remotes are
vertically oriented for easy transfer of remote control information.
Later in this guide we will show you which of the RC-18SR buttons can
be “taught” new commands from other components.
i PAGE or MACRO indicator:
This indicator usually functions in association with a PAGE button ,,
but also functions as the MACRO indicator when a MACRO button n
is pressed.
LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (LCD) WINDOW
indicator:
j
Visible when the RC-18SR is set to the beep function.
Within this display, all operating messages (function name, mode
names, etc.) are shown. When a particular button is pressed (such
as a transport command, like PLAY), its status will be shown in the
display for 1 minute. The display will continue to show the source
function selected continuously, however.
Installing the batteries:
The battery compartment is located on the rear panel. Please use
only alkaline or lithium batteries, “AA” size. The RC-18SR requires
four AA batteries. There are markings in the battery compartment to
show you the proper battery orientation. If after installing the
batteries, you cannot see any indication in the LCD window when a
button is pressed, re-check to ensure that the batteries are properly
positioned in the compartment.
a Function indication:
The selected source function is displayed, such as LD, TV, etc., up to
6 characters maximum.
b Status indication:
The selected status of the present page, or other items, is displayed,
up to 9 characters maximum.
c Direct commands:
8 DIRECT commands are available in 1 page, up to 4 characters
maximum.
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USE Mode:
As supplied from the factory, the RC-18SR is already permanently
programmed with many pre-set commands common to Marantz and
Philips equipment, as well as other brands of components that utilize
the Philips RC-5 remote control language.
1. If the RC-18SR is in another mode (LEARN, etc.), press the
operation mode button z with the tip of a paper clip, until the
USE indication appears.
2. Press one of the function buttons ., to change to another
component’s commands such as LD (refer to Figure 1).
Press the LD function button on the RC-18SR.
Press the play button ⁄5 on the RC-18SR.
Press and hold the corresponding PLAY button on the laser disc
player’s remote transmitter until the “OK” indicator appears in the
RC-18SR LCD window (see Figure 2) or the beep sounds emit (if
the beep sound function is set ).
Figure 2
LEARN
USE NAME
LOW
Figure 1
1
LEARN
USE NAME
LOW
1
3.
4.
5.
6.
2
3
4
“LD” will be indicated within the LCD window, and the function
codes will be set to operate the laser disc player. Press the
function button again within 2 seconds and the amplifier or
receiver’s input changes to laser disc.
Now you can operate the laser disc player. When a button is
pressed, the
symbol indicates that a remote code is being
transmitted. Note that for a particular source component, not
every button may have a command programmed for it. In that
case, nothing would be indicated.
Using the DIRECT buttons D-1 through D-8 and PAGEs 1
through 4, up to 32 different specialized commands are available
for each FUNCTION, up to a total of 352 specialized commands
(32 direct commands times 11 functions). Note that for any
particular function selector, not all 32 direct commands may be
provided and/or named as supplied from the factory.
For example, the RC-18SR is supplied from the factory with 3
pages of DIRECT commands for the LD (laser disc) function. To
change pages, press the page direction or buttons ,:
Page 1: MODE: Side A/B laser disc playback functions
Page 2: L
D: Specialized laser disc functions
Page 3: R E C: Recording from laser disc to VCR functions
At this point, you may wish to put this guide aside temporarily, and
begin using the RC-18SR with your A/V system. If you already
have any Marantz components, or Philips and/or other brands of
components that use the RC-5 remote control language, you can
begin controlling those components with the RC-18SR right away.
Take some time to become comfortable with the operation of the
RC-18SR. We think that its intuitive key pad layout and easy to read
LCD window will permit you to quickly become familiar with its
operation.
If you do not have any Marantz or other brands of components
that use the Philips RC-5 remote control language, then you may
wish to proceed to the next section, which will describe the steps
necessary to “teach” your RC-18SR remote codes from other
components you may have in your system.
6.
7.
8.
2
3
4
If the “AGAIN” indicator appears in the RC-18SR LCD window, it
means that for some reason the command was not properly
learned. Repeat steps 3, 4 and 5 above.
In the unlikely event that an infrared command cannot be learned
by the RC-18SR, “NG” (no good) will appear in the LCD window,
meaning that the command is not “learnable”. The RC-18SR has
been tested for compatibility with a very wide range of infrared
remote control frequencies and data word lengths, but in some
very rare instances, it may not be possible to learn a particular
remote control command.
Continue to “teach” the RC-18SR the rest of the source
transmitter’s transport function commands, such as STOP,
PAUSE, NEXT, PREVIOUS, FAST FORWARD and REWIND, by
repeating steps 3, 4 and 5 above.
Proceed to learn the numeric “10 keys” from the source
transmitter to the RC-18SR’s 10 key numeric pad ⁄2 by repeating
steps 3, 4 and 5 above.
For each additional function, such as TV, VCR, etc., repeat steps
3, 4 and 5 above. During the LEARN operation, if any button is
not pressed within 1 minute, the RC-18SR will revert back to the
previous operating mode.
n To make a function button learn a code, switch the input
function then press the button again.
After memorizing all desired remote codes, press the operation
mode button z with the tip of a paper clip, and select the USE
mode. The LCD display window will continue to display the USE
indicator, and all of the newly memorized codes will be available
(see Figure 3).
Figure 3
LEARN
USE NAME
LOW
1
2
3
4
For any button for which a new code was not learned, the factory
programmed RC-5 code will still transmit as usual.
Note:
POWER ON/OFF v code can be learned regardless of the function
button selection:
Programming the DIRECT mode buttons m:
The following example will show how to memorize the SIDE-A function
command of another brand of laser disc player into the D1 direct
button.
1. Using a sharp point (such as the tip of a paper clip), press the
operation MODE button z to switch the RC-18SR to LEARN
mode.
2. Place the laser disc player’s supplied infrared remote controller
so that its transmitter window is facing the receiving infrared
sensor window ¤2 of the RC-18SR about 5 cm (2 inches) apart.
3. Press the LD function button . on the RC-18SR.
4. Using the direct function page keys
and
,, set the direct
function to Page 1. Press the D-1 button m on the RC-18SR.
LEARN mode:
The RC-18SR has the ability to learn remote codes for just about any
component in your A/V system. If the original component was
supplied with an infrared remote control, its commands can be
learned by the RC-18SR. If you have another brand of laser disc
player, for example, you can program the RC-18SR with its codes.
For example, we’ll show you how to “teach” the RC-18SR commands
from another brand of laser disc player.
1. Using a sharp point (such as the tip of a paper clip), press the
operation MODE button z. Each time you press the button, the
mode within the LCD display, the LEARN indicator will begin
blinking.
2. Place the laser disc player’s supplied infrared remote controller
so that its transmitter window (usually at the top) is facing the
receiving infrared sensor window ¤2 of the RC-18SR (at the
bottom), about 5 cm (2 inches) apart.
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3.
4.
5.
RC-18SR BASIC OPERATION
5.
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Press and hold the corresponding SIDE-A button on the laser
disc player’s remote transmitter until the head of name blinks in
the RC-18SR LCD window or beep sounds emit. The RC-18SR
changes to the RENAME mode automatically as the next step. A
function name of the DIRECT function button blinks, you can
rename this blinking function name. You input the desired letter
or number with the ten keypad. (See the table in step 3 of the next
procedure for referece.) If you need not rename, press the OK
button or the other buttons except the ten keypad.
6. Now, proceed to program the other commands from the laser
disc player’s remote transmitter to the other DIRECT function
buttons (D2-D8). When you have “taught” all 8 direct functions
for Page 1, press the page direction key , to go to Page 2, and
you can program more direct function keys.
7. After memorizing all codes to all DIRECT function buttons, press
the operation MODE button z with the tip of a paper clip and
return the RC-18SR to the USE mode. Now, the newly memorized
codes are usable from the RC-18SR.
If you wish, you can re-write the names for each function name, status
name, and the direct function command names as follows:
For our example, you can change the LCD display window indication
from “LD” to “LV-520” (which is the model number for a Marantz laser
disc player). Remember, you can re-name a function selector button
with a new name of up to six characters of letters and numbers in any
combination.
1. Using the tip of a paper clip, press the operation MODE button z
until the NAME indicator appears and begins to blink in the LCD
window.
2. Choose a button that you wish to re-name, in this case, press the
“LD” function button .. In the LCD window, the first character of
the six function character display indicators starts blinking “A”,
which is the first letter of the alphabet if you press “1” button
twice.
3. Choose the desired letter or number by pressing the 10 keypad
buttons ⁄2. Each 10 keypad button has 4 characters attached to
it as follows:
10 keypad button
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
5.
How to re-write the STATUS name:
Using the same steps as outlined above, you can re-write the 9
character status name. During step 5 above, by pressing the up and
down cursor keys ⁄6 the left side of the status indicator begins
blinking, and you can change its display according to the same
method outlined above, using the 10 keypad character generator.
Remember, to confirm each character change, use the cursor keys
and . As above, when you change the direct function page by
pressing the page direction keys ,, this will confirm the re-written
characters in place as well for the page you just finished re-naming.
You have up to 9 letters, numbers or other characters available for
each status name.
How to re-write the DIRECT function button names:
You can change the name for each of the 8 direct function buttons by
using the steps described above to change main function name and
status name. Remember, each main function has 8 direct function
buttons on each of the 4 pages, so you have up to 32 direct functions
that can be re-named, if you wish, for each of the 11 main function
selection buttons .. You have up to 4 characters available for each
direct function button name.
After completing all re-writing of any of the names, press the OK
button within the cursor keys ⁄6, or switch to another function button
(such as CD). If, during re-naming, a button has not been pressed for
1 minute, the RC-18SR will revert to the prior operating mode (USE)
automatically.
If re-writing of all of the desired direct mode functions has been
completed, use the tip of a paper clip to press the operation MODE
button z, and select the “USE” mode. Now, all of the re-written
names are available for use.
Press, press again, press again, etc.
1→A→B→C→1→
........
2→D→E→F→2→
........
3→G→H→I→3→
........
4→J→K→L→4→
........
5→M→N→O→5→
........
6→P→Q→R→6→
........
7→S→T→U→7→
........
8→V→W→X→8→
........
9→Y→Z→/→9→
........
0 → + → — → SPACE → , → ’ → 0 ........
How to clear (erase) the memorized codes
(and any re-written names):
The RC-18SR has a high capacity RAM, which ordinarily will allow the
learning of several hundred remote codes (and their associated new
names, if desired). However, due to the fact that some remote codes
occupy more memory space than others, it is possible that the
available RAM fills up completely, and the “FULL” indicator appears
in the LCD window. In this case, it will not be possible to learn any
new remote codes without first deleting some or all of the previously
learned remote codes and/or re-written names. There are 4 ways to
erase learned remote codes from memory:
n Erasing by button(s)
n Erasing by DIRECT button(s)
n Erasing by function(s)
n Erasing all memory contents (complete erasure)
•• Note that the factory-programmed RC-5 codes are not stored in
RAM, and are therefore not erasable.
For any of these memory erasure options, you must first set the RC18SR to LEARN mode.
So, in the above example, by pressing the 10 keypad number 4 four
times, you get the letter “L” to appear in the display (see Figure 4).
Figure 4
LOW
1
4.
USE NAME
2
3
Continuing along, re-write the remaining letters “V”, “–”, “5”, “2”,
and “0”. By pressing the cursor keys and , each character is
confirmed in place. When you go to other DIRECT function
pages by using the page function keys ,, characters in the
previous page are also confirmed in place.
The name re-writing operation must be done on a function by
function basis, that is, re-write the names for all of the LD direct
functions, then switch to another function such as VCR, and
begin the re-writing process anew to re-name the VCR direct
function commands. After completing all re-writing of any of the
names, press the OK button within the cursor keys ⁄6.
4
You use the cursor buttons and
⁄6 to move to the next
character in the display. By pressing the right cursor button ,
the letter “L” is confirmed in the first character space in the LCD
window and the next character position begins blinking. If you
wish to erase a previously memorized character, position the
cursor over the character and put the SPACE character in its
place (the SPACE character is ten keypad number 0 pressed four
times, from the above character chart).
Erasing the memory assigned to a particular button:
Press and hold the CLEAR button ⁄4 and press the button that you
wish to erase 2 times. The code previously learned by that button will
be erased, and will then be either empty, or the original factory
provided RC-5 code will re-appear in its place.
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ADVANCED PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES
Macro mode:
The word “macro” is used to describe a series of specific steps
carried out in sequence. For example, a word processing program
can use macros to carry out common repetitive typing tasks. During
the day to day operation of an A/V system, you might often find
yourself pressing the same combination of remote control buttons.
The RC-18SR features the ability to “learn” a sequence of infrared
commands, and “assign” that sequence to a single button, called a
MACRO button n. Then, when you want to achieve a specific result,
you can activate a macro button to begin sending out a series of
commands. For example, suppose you wish to activate your A/V
system, and watch a movie on laser disc. A single macro button
could send out the following commands in this suggested sequence:
n Turn the main amp power on, then turn the TV power on, then
switch the TV to the AUX video input, then change the amp to the
laser disc (LD) input, then turn the LD player power on, then
activate the LD play command, then set the amp surround sound
mode to Dolby Pro Logic.
Figure 5
LEARN
NAME
LOW
1
2
3
4
Erasing the memory assigned to each function command set:
All codes and names which were previously memorized for each of
the functions (such as TV, LD, VCR, etc.) can be erased.
Press and hold the CLEAR button ⁄4, and press the function button
that you want to erase 2 times. You will see the “FNC - CLR?” (function
- clear?) indication in the LCD window (see Figure 6).
The above 7 step sequence can be programmed into a single macro
button, and can be used anytime you want to watch a LD movie.
Other macro functions could be used for CD listening, or any other
sequence of steps that you regularly perform while controlling your A/
V system.
Macro commands are available when the RC-18SR is set to USE
mode.
To program a macro, first identify which commands you wish to
memorize, and note if any commands must be in a specific order (for
example, before you can activate an amplifier’s surround mode, the
amp must first be turned on).
Figure 6
LEARN
NAME
LOW
1
2
3
4
1.
If you wish to go ahead and clear all of the memorized codes for that
function button, press the OK button within the cursor keys ⁄6. After
clearing the memory contents for that function, the RC-18SR will
restore any factory programmed RC-5 codes for the function, if any,
or will simply be empty.
If you want to cancel the memory clear operation, do not press the
“OK” button, but instead simply touch any other button. When you
clear all the commands associated with a function button, all of the
learned direct function commands (D-1 through D-8, pages 1 through
4) and control buttons, ten keypad, etc are cleared as well.
Press the MACRO x operation mode button with the tip of a
paper clip. Within the LCD window, the MACRO indication
appears, then the LEARN indicator starts blinking (see Figure 8).
Figure 8
1
Complete erasure:
While holding the CLEAR button ⁄4 depressed, press both of the ON
and OFF POWER buttons v simultaneously; “ALL-CLR?” is
displayed on the LCD window (see Figure 7).
2.
Figure 7
2
3
If a macro was previously programmed, one or more of the
numeric indicators at the bottom of the LCD window will appear
with a box around it.
Press the MACRO button 1 n to begin memorizing the various
codes. In the LCD display window the indicator “M1-00” appears
in the status line b (see Figure 9).
LEARN
NAME
LOW
1
2
3
4
Figure 9
LEARN
NAME
LOW
LEARN
USE NAME
LOW
4
If you wish to finalize the complete erasure process, press the OK
button within the cursor keys ⁄6. If you do not wish to proceed with the
complete erasure process, simply press any key other than OK.
Remember, the RC-5 codes as supplied from the factory cannot be
erased from memory, but they can be replaced with different codes as
you wish.
n The all-clear operation takes about 15 seconds after the OK button
is pressed.
1
2
3
4
The “M1-00” indication signifies Macro number 1, no steps yet
programmed. As each macro step is programmed, the “00” indicator
will advance by one digit-”01”, “02”, etc. After the first macro step is
programmed, two additional digits (with a decimal in between)
become visible at the end of the status line, showing the timing value
for each step (see Figure 10).
n By now, you have learned how to memorize codes from other
brands of components, including changing the various function,
status, and direct function names.
Figure 10
Before continuing on to the more advanced RC-18SR
programming techniques, you may wish to continue “teaching” the
RC-18SR remote control with any or all other commands for other
components in your system. When you feel you’ve transferred as
many different commands from other components into the RC18SR as you’d like, and possibly changed some or all of their
names as well, then feel free to proceed to the next section.
LEARN
NAME
LOW
1
23
2
3
4
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Erasing the memory assigned to a DIRECT buttons:
All codes and names which were previously memorized for each of the
functions (such as TV, LD, VCR, etc.) in pages can be erased. Press
and hold the CLEAR button ⁄4 and press the < or > button , 2 times.
You will see the “DIR- CLR?” (direct button - clear?) indication in the
LCD window (see Figure 5). If you wish to go ahead and clear all of the
memorized codes for that DIRECT button (8 buttons x 4), press the OK
button
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4.
inadvertently changed as well when the macro is played back. The
RC-18SR has a special feature to prevent this from occurring,
allowing you to access the special commands available under each
RC-18SR function button during a macro playback sequence, while
at the same time preventing the amplifier or receiver from constantly
switching its input source back and forth at the same time.
During the programming sequence, just remember that if you wish to
activate a specific input selector on your amplifier or receiver, make
sure that you press the desired input selection button FIRST.
Subsequent function button selections can be incorporated in the
macro sequence, but on playback, the RC-18SR will only send out a
function selection infrared command to the amplifier or receiver
based upon the first function command used in the macro sequence.
For example, you may wish to have a macro sequence which
activates the laser disc player input on your amplifier or receiver, and
then have additional commands in the sequence to instruct your TV
set to switch to an external video source to receive the laser disc
video signal. During the macro programming, make sure that you
press the LD function selector button BEFORE you press any of the
other function selector buttons in the sequence. You can then
include any of the TV commands by pressing the TV function selector
button, later in the sequence. When this macro is next used (played
back), the RC-18SR will send out the command to change the amplifier
or receiver’s input selector to laser disc input (since its function
selector button was the first one programmed into that macro
sequence), and will not subsequently change the amplifier or
receiver’s input to TV (but will send out any special TV commands that
you included in the macro sequence).
Press the command buttons in the desired sequence. When you
press a command button to be learned into the macro sequence,
its name will appear within the LCD window. Every time you
press another remote command, the macro step number
increases one by one.
It is possible during macro programming to adjust the timing of the
interval between several macro steps. Using the cursor keys ⁄6, the
interval between macro playback steps can be increased or
decreased in 1/2 second steps, over the range beginning at 1/2
second up to 10 seconds. For example, when the indicator shows
“0.5 SEC”, if you press the direction key, the interval time would
change to 10 seconds, then with another press of the direction
key, it would change to 9.5 seconds, etc. Use the direction key to
increase the interval time, and use the direction key to decrease
the interval time.
Some equipment may not be able to receive infrared commands in
one-half second steps. If after programming a macro you find that
the sequence was not properly carried out, you may wish to
experiment with different sequence timings to obtain the correct
operation results by using the adjustment method described
above.
Within each MACRO button, up to 20 steps can be memorized.
In the event that you wish to memorize more than 20 steps per
macro, then press another MACRO button n , and follow the
above operations. A maximum of 80 steps can be programmed
this way. However, you will probably find that 20 steps is more
than enough to carry out even the most complex macro
instructions to achieve a specific home theater operating result.
Note:
To memorize the cursor button ⁄6 except OK button, press and hold
the LIGHTING button ¤0 before pressing the cursor button.
Programming a macro under a function selector key:
If you wish, you can also program a macro that can be activated by
pressing one of the function selector . keys. The programming
steps are similar to the steps outlined for programming a macro
number button n. The following example shows how to program a
macro under the LD (laser disc) function selector .:
(activate the main amplifier’s power on, switch the source to laser
disc, switch the amplifier’s surround mode to PRO LOGIC, switch on
the television, switch to the television’s AUX video input, power up the
laser disc player, and begin laser disc playback)
1. Press the MACRO x operation mode button with the tip of a
paper clip.
2. Press the LD function button ..
3. Press the following buttons:
POWER ON, LD, AMP, direct function D-2 (Dolby mode selector)
in page 1, TV*, SOURCE ON, direct function D-3 (VIDEO input
selector) in page 1, LD*, SOURCE ON, and PLAY.
4. Press the MACRO x button with the tip of a paper clip. The RC18SR will revert to the normal mode and save the macro under
the LD function button.
5. To execute the new macro sequence, press and hold the LD
function selector button for 3 seconds.
When programming macro steps, note that the following buttons
would not normally be included in a macro sequence, and are
therefore not available for inclusion in a macro:
MODE z, MACRO x, CLONE c, PAGE ,, VOLUME ⁄1, MEMO ⁄3,
CLEAR ⁄4 and LIGHTING ¤0.
To check to see which MACRO buttons n have been programmed
with macros, at the beginning of the macro learning sequence the
four numerical (1 through 4) indicators at the bottom of the LCD
window will show a box around the number for each MACRO button
that already has a macro assigned to it (see Figure 11, which shows
that only MACRO button number 1 has a macro assigned to it).
Figure 11
LEARN
NAME
LOW
1
2
3
4
In the event that you wish to revise a programmed macro sequence,
search the step number you wish to change by using the cursor
and
⁄6 , and then re-enter the new command. If you
button
memorized different commands than have already been
programmed, then the previous macro sequence will be erased and
re-written over with the new sequence. To add the new command,
press the MEMO button at your desired point. To delete the
sequence, press the CLEAR button at your desired point.
During macro programming, if a button is not pressed within 1
minute, the mode will automatically revert to the original mode (USE).
When you have completed the macro programming sequence, press
the MACRO x operation button with the the tip of a paper clip. The
“END” indication appears in the LCD display window. When you
release the MACRO button, all indications will revert to the initial
status.
There is one more important point to note about programming a
macro sequence. During a macro sequence, you may include more
than one function selection button to access some transport and/or
other commands. Depending on the macro sequence, this might
result in the amplifier or receiver’s function selection to be
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4.
Press the MACRO x button with the tip of a paper clip. The RC18SR will revert to the normal mode (see Figure 16).
Figure 16
Figure 12
5.
USE
To execute the new macro sequence, press the appropriate
MACRO button (1 through 4) that you chose at the beginning of
the above programming sequence. (see Figures 17, 18, and 19)
Figure 17
2.
3.
Macro under
function button:
Status line shows:
LD
TV
VCR1
DSS/VCR2
AUX
TUNER
CD
TAPE
DVD
CD-R/MD
“LD” as the first 2 characters of the line
“TV” as the first 2 characters of the line
“VC” as the first 2 characters of the line
“DS” as the first 2 characters of the line
“AX” as the first 2 characters of the line
“TU” as the first 2 characters of the line
“CD” as the first 2 characters of the line
“TP” as the first 2 characters of the line
“DV” as the first 2 characters of the line
“CR” or “MD”as the first 2 characters of the line
AMP
“AP” as the first 2 characters of the line
LOW
1
2.
3.
n
Press the MACRO x operation mode button with the tip of a paper
clip.
Press one of the MACRO buttons (1 through 4).
Press the following buttons:
CD function selector, then numeric key pad 3, then transport
control key pad PLAY key. (see Figures 13, 14, and 15)
LEARN
NAME
LOW
1
2
3
4
Figure 14
LEARN
NAME
LOW
1
2
3
4
Figure 15
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
CLONE mode:
Duplicating the memory contents of one RC-18SR to another RC18SR or RC2000MKII.
For a complete home theater system, with numerous components
from many different manufacturers, you may find that you have stored
dozens, even hundreds of different codes, along with specialized
names, macros, etc. We have provided a very quick and simple
procedure that allows you to download the entire customized memory
contents of one RC-18SR remote control into another RC-18SR or
RC2000MKII.
LEARN
NAME
LOW
3
LEARN
NAME
LOW
Now, we’ll show you another macro programming example, with
a more sophisticated sequence:
(activate the main amplifier’s power on, switch the source to laser
disc, switch the amplifier’s surround mode to PRO LOGIC or Dolby
Digital, switch on the television, switch to the television’s AUX video
input, power on the laser disc player, and begin laser disc playback).
1. Press the MACRO x operation mode button with the tip of a paper
clip.
2. Press one of the MACRO buttons (1 through 4).
3. Press the following buttons:
POWER ON, LD, AMP, direct function D-2 (Dolby mode) on page
1, TV*, SOURCE ON, direct function D-3 (VIDEO input selector)
on page 1, LD*, SOURCE ON, and PLAY.
4. Press the MACRO x button with the tip of a paper clip. The RC18SR will revert to the normal mode.
5. To execute the new macro sequence, press the appropriate
MACRO button (1 through 4) that you chose at the beginning of
the above programming sequence.
n Note that the function selector buttons TV and LD marked with an
asterisk (*) in this macro sequence do not actually send out
infrared codes, but simply change over the RC-18SR’s
programmed memory code banks for those respective functions.
If you would like to clear the MACRO programmed sequence(s),
press and hold the CLEAR ⁄4 button and simultaneously press the
appropriate MACRO button (1 through 4) or function button. “MR1CLR?” (macro 1-clear?) appears in the LCD window. Release the
buttons, and then press the OK button (within the cursor control
buttons), and the macro is erased. If you do not wish to erase the
macro, simply press any other button (but not the OK button ).
The macro sequence will begin, and the remote control codes will
be sent from the RC-18SR and the display will show the names of
the transmitted codes.
When the macro transmit sequence has ended, the RC-18SR will
return to the same mode as before, then the macro function was
initiated.
Figure 13
2
LEARN
USE NAME
LOW
Figure 19
Note:
If you would like to cancel the MACRO function, press the STOP ⁄5
button.
Now that we’ve explained how to program a macro, perhaps the
following suggested example can help you become more familiar
with the process:
(to switch the RC-18SR to CD, then initiate CD playback, and go to
track 3 on the CD)
1.
USE NAME
Figure 18
4
Note that this sequence will operate a Marantz CD player (or any
other CD player equipped with the RC-5 remote control language). If
you have another brand of CD player, you may wish to check its
owner’s manual to see if direct track selection is possible via remote,
or if the macro sequence needs to be adjusted according to the
programming steps required by your CD player.
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Using the macro function(s) you have programmed:
1. Press the desired MACRO n button. The corresponding macro
number will appear at the bottom of the display window, Or if a
macro has been programmed under a function button, press and
hold that function button for 3 seconds. The LCD display window
will indicate the macro number in the LCD window (see Figure
12), or if a macro is programmed under a function key, the status
line will display the macro under function buttons as follows:
After all bars are lit up on both displays, “TX OK” (transmission OK)
will appear in the source RC-18SR’s LCD window, and “RX OK”
(reception OK) will appear in the “cloned” RC-18SR’s LCD window,
confirming the end of the copying process (see Figures 24 and 25).
To “clone” (duplicate) the memory contents of one RC-18SR
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into another RC-18SR or RC2000MKII, please follow these steps:
1. Place the source RC-18SR (the one with all of the customized
commands, names, macros, macro sequences, etc) with its
infrared transmitter window ¤1 facing the receiving infrared
sensor ¤2 of another “fresh” RC-18SR or RC2000MKII (5 cm, or 2
inches apart).
2. Press the CLONE button c of the source RC-18SR or
RC2000MKII with the tip of a paper clip, and select “CLONE TX”
(clone transmit) mode .
Note:
When using RC18SR, “RC2002” is displayed in LCD window. If
the receiving remote control unit is RC2000MKII , then the display
does not change. If the receiving remote control unit is RC-18SR,
then the display is changed to “RC18SR” by pressing the cursor
button
⁄6. (see Figure 20)
Figure 24
LEARN
Please be sure that, during the copying process, neither RC-18SR is
physically disturbed (ideally, they should be placed on a table or
other surface, and not hand-held during the copying process). If, for
some reason, the copying process was interrupted, the “clone” RC18SR’s LCD display window will indicate “RX NG” (reception no
good). Simply begin the clone process anew by repeating the above
steps.
Figure 20
LOW
Note:
Cloning is only available between the same remote control unit series,
therefore the RC-18SR cannot be cloned by the RC2000.
NAME
5.
3.
Figure 25
Press the CLONE button c of the learning (receiving) RC-18SR or
RC2000MKII with the tip of a paper clip or a similar object, and
select “CLONE RX” (clone receive mode).
When using RC18SR, “RC2002” is displayed in LCD window. If
the transmitting remote control unit is RC2000MKII , then the
display does not change. If the transmitting remote control unit is
RC-18SR, then the display is changed to “RC18SR” by pressing
⁄6. Then press the PLAY button ⁄5.
the cursor button
Note:
When the transmitting remote control unit is RC2000MKII , then
All clone does not activate. To clone the Function key, press the
each Function key except DSS/VCR2 and AMP keys. Eight keys
can be cloned at once. If All clone activates without pressing the
Function button, “N/A” will display and the clone is not perfomed
When the transmitting remote control unit is RC-18SR and
receiving remote control unit is RC2000MKII, The DSS/VCR2,
CD-R/MD and AMP keys cannot be cloned. To clone the
Function key, press each Function key except DSS/VCR2, CD-R/
MD and AMP keys.
Figure 21
If the source RC-18SR’s memory contents are at or near full
capacity, the copying process will take about 3 minutes. After
completion of the copying (cloning) process, press the CLONE
button c on both RC-18SR’s with the tip of a paper clip, and
select the OFF mode.
Then, you’ll have two identically programmed RC-18SR remotes,
one of which can again be used as your system’s primary remote
control, and you’ll have the added confidence of knowing that in
the event of inadvertent programming (or memory contents being
cleared somehow), you can simply retrieve the “backup” RC18SR that you’ve safely tucked away, and within minutes restore
the programming contents of the original RC-18SR with your
customized configuration.
Note:
Some direct keys are marked “♦” in Direct Command Functions
Listing (page 28 to31). The “♦” mark means as follows;
When RC-18SR is cloned with RC2000MKII, the name of the direct
key can be cloned, however the remote control code (the factory
preset code) cannot be cloned. Only learned remote control codes
can be cloned. Then the remote control code is learned by “LEARN
mode”. Refer to page 21.
The table of cloning relations
4.
Press the source RC-18SR’s or RC2000MKII’s transport control
PLAY ⁄5 button to begin the infrared data transmission sequence.
If you wish to duplicate only 1 to 8 function’s memory, press the
function button(s) you wish before pressing the PLAY button. Now
the “LEARN” indicator of receiving RC-18SR starts to blink. (see
Figure 23)
Figure 22
Transmitting
Receiving
RC-18SR
RC2000MKII
RC-18SR
ALL OK
only FUNC.
RC2000MKII
only FUNC.
ALL OK
ALL OK: All functions can be cloned.
only FUNC.: The following functions cannot be cloned;
RC-18SR: DSS/VCR2, CD-R/MD, AMP
RC2000MKII: DSS/MD, AMP
Figure 23
LEARN
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n Battery life will vary from user to user, if the remote is used
constantly or only occasionally, including the amount of
backlighting usage. We feel that you can expect the
batteries to last about 4 months, based upon 15 remote
control operations per day (every day), and 3 lighting
operations per day (every day). If the remote is used more
often, and if the lighting times are set to longer times than
the factory settings, then the battery life may be shortened
somewhat.
n As explained earlier in the guide, the RC-18SR’s
sophisticated battery conservation system will advise you
long before the battery power is fully exhausted, and will
further warn you to replace the batteries by simply
becoming inoperative at a certain point. The customized
memory contents and user-adjusted settings will still be
retained in memory. When you install a fresh set of
batteries, the memory contents are protected always,
because the RC-18SR uses the non-volatile memory.
Alkaline (and the newer lithium) types are recommended for
longest battery life.
As you become more familiar over time with how you are
using the RC-18SR in your A/V system, you may wish to
consider reducing the lighting time(s) if possible, as this
can help to extend the battery life.
The Marantz RC-18SR includes the ability to tailor the lighting
features according to your preferences. As supplied from the
factory, the RC-18SR has lighting features (and lighting timings):
The lighting time is set at the factory for a period of 2 seconds
which you can change if you prefer a different lighting time. If you
wish to maximize battery life, you can de-active the lighting
function entirely.
There is also a lighting button ¤0, so that in any light situation, you
can activate the backlighting feature. The lighting time in this case
is set at the factory for a period of 2 seconds, which you can also
change. If you wish to conserve battery power, you can deactivate the lighting function entirely.
RC-5 Shipped destination:
As mentioned earlier in this guide, the RC-18SR is provided with
many commands from the factory with infrared codes conforming to
the Philips RC-5 remote control language (used by Marantz, Philips,
and some other companies). We have provided two different RC-5
command code sets in the RC-18SR, dueto the local requirements of
different markets and the different types of remote control codes
used in those markets. One code set is for North American (USA)
users, while the other code set is for REST users. Your RC-18SR has
been set at the factory for USA (United States) codes. It can be easily
changed, if you wish.
Adjustment of the LCD contrast
n The LCD contrast can be adjusted as follows;
Enter SETUP mode of the RC-18SR by pressing the MEMO
and OK buttons. Press the VOL+ to increase the LCD
contrast. Press the VOL - to decrease the LCD contrast.
Press the OK button to end this setting and return the
original operation.
Set-Up:
To change the lighting time(s), or the destination setting, please
follow these steps:
n Select the SETUP mode, by holding the MEMO button ⁄3 and at
the same time pressing the OK button within the cursor keys ⁄6.
(see Figures 26 and 27)
Figure 26
LEARN
NAME
LOW
1
2
3
4
Figure 27
LEARN
NAME
LOW
1
2
3
4
LAMP - Lighting function ON or OFF and TIME
Press the D-5 direct function button, and you can then set the
time (in seconds) directly using the numeric key pad ⁄2 buttons.
A time figure consisting of only 1 digit can be input by pressing
the figure then waiting for 2 seconds or input “0” before entering a
desired digit. You can set time in the range from 0 up to 60
seconds (More time would use up more battery life than fewer
seconds). “2” is set when shipped from the factory. To set “OFF”
input “0”.
BEEP sound
The beep sounds when any buttons are pressed except the AMP
button.
The beep sound level can be set by pressing the D-6 button. The
display indicates “+” indication and the beeps are sounded by
pressing the D-6 button. The “+” indication is followed, by
another the “+” indication as the beep sound is increased; + →
++ → +++ → ++++
When the “++++” appears, this is the maximum. If the D-6 button
is pressed once more, it will reset to OFF.
“ ” is indicated in the LCD window when the beep sound is set.
Note:
The beep sound is different between the function buttons and
other buttons.
VER
Press the D-7 direct function button to switch between USA and
REST.
If you need to change this function, we recommend that you
make the change before you begin “learning” any new infrared
codes for other brands of equipment in your system.
Note:
The name of the DIRECT buttons will be erased if the USA/REST
version is pressed.
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Battery life:
OTHER FUNCTIONS
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DIRECT COMMAND FUNCTIONS LISTING
Within the RC-18SR LCD window, each of the 8 Direct Function buttons
has 4 character labels attached for pre-programmed remote
commands. These commands can be used with various Marantz A/V
components, or other components using the Philips RC-5 remote
control language.
You can easily replace the factory-supplied remote command codes
with different codes from other brands of equipment. Most functions
that are supplied apply to a wide variety of equipment from many
companies. The following list shows the remote code assignments
for the direct function buttons, for each of the 11 main function
selector buttons, as supplied from the factory. You can add or
replace function commands, including re-naming them if you wish, in
order to customize the RC-18SR for your own particular selection of
A/V components.
AMP
1 MODE-1
1 AUTO
2 DOLB
⊗ 3 THX
4 DTS
5 HALL
6 MTRX
7 MOV
8 2-CH
TUNER 2 REC
2 REC
3 PAUS
4 STOP
5 TP-2
6 REC
7 PAUS
8 STOP
3 RDS
(for
REST
only)
selects Auto select surround modes
selects Dolby Digital or Pro Logic decoding
selects THX cinema decoding
selects DTS decoding
Hall surround sound
Matrix surround sound
Movie surround sound
Stereo sound (no surround)
CD
2 MODE-2
1 A/D
2 DIR
3 ATT
4 OSD
⊗ 5 MONO
⊗ 6 3-D
7 NITE
8 MLTI
3 MODE-3
1 TRB+
2 TRB3 BAS+
4 BAS⊗ 5 R-EQ
6 CH+
7 LVL+
8 LVL-
4 PROCESSOR ⊗ 1 VOL+
⊗ 2 VOL3 6-CH
⊗ 4 BYP
5 SLEP
6 DISP
7 MODE
⊗ 8 PHNO
TUNER 1 BAND
1 FM
2 AM
⊗ 3 LW
4 BAND
5 MODE
⊗ 6 TIME
7 F/P
8 SCAN
1 TP-1
1 MODE
switches analog / digital input
switches source direct
switches attenuater for analog input
switches on screen display
monaural decoding
3-D surround decoding
selects NIGHT mode for Dolby Digital
activates multi-room mode
increases treble
decreases treble
increases bass
decreases bass
activates RE-EQ function
next channel (up)
increases channel level volume
decreases channel level volume
increases external decoder’s volume
decreases external decoder’s volume
activates 6 channel setup
bypasses external processor’s decoding
activates sleep timer function
activates display off function
selects surround mode
selects phono function
selects DSR wave range
CD changer next disc
CD changer previous disc
activates text function
random (shuffle) play function
tray open/close
time display elapsed/remaining/total
recall program memory
automatic music scan
selects Disc 1
selects Disc 2
selects Disc 3
selects Disc 4
selects Disc 5
tape edit function
repeat function
cancel track programming
3 CHANGER2 1 UNIT
♦ 2 DISC
3 TR
4 CATG
5 MODE
6 TITL
7 T-S
8 ENT
selects unit No.
selects disc No.
selects track No.
selects category
selects mode
selects function title mode
selects title search
selects enter
4 REC
1 TAPE
2 REC
3 PAUS
4 STOP
5 MD
commands for Tape control (no output)
record
pause
stop
commands for MD control (no output)
6 REC
7 PAUS
8 STOP
record
pause
stop
1 TP-A
selects tape deck A
TAPE 1 MODE
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1 CD+
2 CD ♦ 3 TEXT
4 RNDM
5 TRAY
6 TIME
♦ 7 RCL
8 AMS
selects station mode
selects AF function
selects PTY function
selects display function
2 CHANGER1 1 CD1
2 CD2
3 CD3
4 CD4
5 CD5
6 EDIT
♦ 7 REPT
8 CNCL
FM band
AM/MW band
long wave band
selects radio band
mono/stereo/muting mode selector
time display
frequency or preset channel display
programmed preset channel scan
The marked “⊗” keys are not used for SR8000.
See page 26 to refer the marked “♦” keys.
1 STM
2 AF
3 PTY
4 DISP
5
6
7
8 DWR
commands for Tape 1 control
(NO output)
record
pause
stop
commands for Tape 2 control
(NO output)
record
pause
stop
DVD
1 MODE1
2 MODE2
2 TP-B
3 DIR
4 TIME
5 TRAY
6 AMS
7 REC
8 PAUS
1 ANGL
2 TITL
3 SUBT
4 MENU
♦ 5 OSD
6 AUD
7 SET
8 RTN
1 SLOW
2 LPLY
3 RNDM
4 RPT
5 A/B
6 +10
7 T/C
8 ZOOM
LD
selects tape deck B
auto-reverse direction
time display
tray open/close
automatic music scan
record
pause
5 MS-F
6 MS-R
7 AUD
8 D/CX
CAV multi-speed forward direction
CAV multi-speed reverse direction
Stereo, left only, right only channel
digital audio, analog audio, CX NR
3 REC
1 VCR1
6 REC
7 PAUS
8 STOP
commands for VCR 1 control
(NO output)
record
pause
stop
commands for VCR 2 control
(NO output)
record
pause
stop
1 PBC
2 KARA
3 IDX+
4 IDX5 SEL
6 RTN
7 NEXT
8 PREV
selects playback control
selects karaoke
index up
index down
play or select audio
stop or select return
next track
previous track
2 REC
3 PAUS
4 STOP
5 VCR2
selects angle
selects title menu
selects subtitle
selects main menu
activates on screen display
selects audio
selects setup menu
returns to menu
4 VCD
(for
REST
only)
slow forward
last play function
shuffle play function
repeat modes
repeat A to B
digit entry +10
title and chapter
zoom mode on/off
TV
LD
2 LD
3 KARAOKE 1 ONOF
2 ONCE
3 MELO
4 VOCL
5 MODE
6 3-D
7 VSLF
8 VSLR
karaoke on/off
once more play again
melody play
vocal support play
karaoke modes
surround processor on/off
very slow forward
very slow reverse
4 REC
1 VCR1
2 REC
3 PAUS
4 STOP
5 MD
6 REC
7 PAUS
8 STOP
selects VCR1 control (no output)
record
pause
stop
selects MD control (no output)
record
pause
stop
1 MODE
1 SD-A
2 SD-B
3 DISP
4 AMS
5 RPTA
6 RPTB
7 CP/F
8 EDIT
side A
side B
display on/off
automatic music scan
Repeat A start point
Repeat B stop point
selects chapter or flame
activates tape edit function
2 LD
1 MSP+
2 MSP3 FRM+
4 FRM-
increases CAV multi-speed
decreasesCAV multi-speed
frame advance
frame reverse
1 MODE
(for USA
only)
1 A/CH
2 100S
3 VID
4 INFO
5 VOL+
6 VOL7 MUTE
♦ 8 OSD
2 MODE/MENU 1 S-PI
(for USA
2 S-SO
only)
3 S-CH
4
5 MENU
6 ADV
7 STAT
8
smart picture
smart sound
smart channel
3 PIP1
(for USA
only)
PIP on/off
PIP swap
PIP freeze
PIP position
PIP size
PIP strobe
PIP preview
PIP instant replay
1 PIP
2 SWAP
3 FREZ
4 POSI
5 SIZE
6 STRO
7 PREV
8 RPLY
4 PIP2/REC 1 CLR
(for USA
2 SLOW
only)
3
4
5 VCR1
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alternate channel
100’s
video
information
increases TV volume
decreases TV volume
mute sound on/off
activates on screen display
menu
advance
status
PIP clear
PIP slow motion
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TAPE 1 MODE
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TV
TV
4 PIP2/REC 6 REC
7 PAUS
8 STOP
record
pause
stop
1 MODE
(for
REST
only)
1 CH +
2 CH 3 CH-C
4 VID
5 VOL+
6 VOL7 MUTE
8 OSD
next channel (up)
previous channel (down)
channel call
external (aux) video input
increases TV volume
decreases TV volume
mute sound on/off
on screen display on/off
1 MENU
2 SLP
3 CBL +
4 CBL 5 ADV
6 STAT
7 M-UP
8 M-DN
activates menu
activates sleep timer
cable tuning next channel
cable tuning previous channel
advances to next menu page
shows current status
Menu up (next)
Menu down (previous)
1 VCR1
2 REC
3 PAUS
4 STOP
5 VCR2
6 REC
7 PAUS
8 STOP
commands for VCR 1 control
record
pause
stop
commands for VCR 2 control
(NO output)
record
pause
stop
1 T/PG
2 HOLD
3 ENLG
4 RVL
5 CNCL
6 PG+
7 PG8 ENT
switches time display
activates page hold
selects large of text page
selects display of text page
activates cancel picture
increases page
decreases page
enters the next page
1 CH+
2 CH3 SLCT
4 AUD
5 OTR
6 REC
7 PAUS
8 STOP
next channel (up)
previous channel (down)
selects TV or VCR
audio track selector
one touch recording
record
pause
stop
2 MENU/CBL
(for
REST
only)
3 REC
(for
REST
only)
4 TV TXT
(for
REST
only)
VCR1 1 MODE
2 PLAY MODE 1 2XPL
2 SLOW
3 STIL
4
5 SKIP
6 VIS+
7 VIS-
VCR1 2 PLAY MODE 8
DSS
3 MENU
1 MENU
2 STAT
3 CLR
4 GOTO
5 PLUS
6
7
8
activates menu
shows current status
clear programming
go to next item
video PLUS
1 DSS
1 DISP
2 PREV
3 CH+
4 CH5 FAV
6 ALT
7 FTCH
8 ANT
brings up on screen channel marker
goes to previously selected channel
next channel
previous channel
favorite users and channel lists
alternate audio channel, languages
brings up on screen channel logos
selects broadcast or cable antenna
2 MODE
1 CH+
2 CH3 SLCT
4 AUD
5 OTR
6 REC
7 PAUS
8 STOP
next channel
previous channel
selects TV or VCR
audio track selector
one touch recording
record
pause
stop
3 PLAY MODE 1 2XPL
2 SLOW
3 STIL
4
5 SKIP
6 VIS+
7 VIS8
AUX
skip to next program
VHS index search next
VHS index search previous
4 MENU
1 MENU
2 STAT
3 CLR
4 GOTO
5
6
7
8
activate menu
show current status
clear programming
go to next item
1 REC
1 VCR1
commands for VCR 1 control
(NO output)
record
pause
stop
commands for VCR 2 control
(NO output)
record
pause
stop
twice normal playback speed
slower than normal playback speed
still frame
2 REC
3 PAUS
4 STOP
5 VCR2
skip to next program marker
VHS index search next
VHS index search previous
6 REC
7 PAUS
8 STOP
30
two times play speed
slow speed play
still frame
2 VCD/PHI 1
(for
REST
only)
1 CD+
2 CD3 OSD
4 SCAN
5 A/B
6 SLOW
7
8
selects disc up
selects disc down
OSD on/off
selects time search
repeat A to B
slow forward
3 VCD/PHI 2
(for
REST
only)
1 PBC
2 KARA
3 IND+
4 IND5 SEL
6 RTN
7 NEXT
8 PREV
selects playback control
selects karaoke program
selects video index up
selects video index down
selects in PBC
returns in PBC
next
previous
4 VCD/PHI 3
(for
REST
only)
1 CD+
2 SHUT
3 OVEW
4 RESM
5 CHAN
6 FADR
7
8
selects disc up
selects shutter function
selects digest function
selects last paly function
selects channel
selects MPX/vocal fader
1 MD-A
2 MD-B
3 RPT
4 DISP
5 EJCT
6 AMS
7 RNDM
8 LP
selects MD A
selects MD B
selects repeat modes
selects display modes
eject
automatic music scan
randam display
selects SP/LP mode
2 EDIT
1 EDIT
2 CHAR
3 DEL
4 ENT
5 AMRK
6 SYNC
7 PROG
8
selects edit mode
selects character mode
selects delete
selects enter
selects auto marker
syncro REC
selects program mode
3 REC
1 MD
2 RECP
3 PAUS
4 STOP
5 TAPE
6 REC
7 PAUS
8 STOP
command MD (no output)
REC-pause
pause
stop
command tape (no output)
record
pause
stop
CD-R 1 REC
(for USA
only)
1 INPT
2 INCR
3 SYNC
selects input source
increments track number
activates SYNCRO. recording
MD
1 MODE 1
(for
REST
only)
CD-R
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1 REC
4 REC
5 TRAY
6 DISP
7 FINL
8 BLNK
records pause
opens/closes tray
dispaly mode
finalizes (writes TOC)
records blank
2 MODE
1 PROG
2 REPT
3 FTS
4 FAST
5 VOL+
6 VOL7 IDX+
8 IDX-
activates program mode
activates repeat mode
activates FTS mode
searches FAST
increases volume
decreases volume
increases index
decreases index
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AUX
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SURROUND MODES
The SR8000 incorporates digital signal processors (DSP) which can reproduce various surround effects you experience in concert halls and movie
theaters, etc. Nine Surround Modes, are provided to reproduce a variety of surround sound effects, according to the content of the source to be played.
FEATURES
Surroud mode
1. AUTO
When this mode is selected, the receiver determines whether the digital input signal is Dolby Digital, PCM-audio or DTS.
Note:
When a Dolby Digital or DTS signal is input, the number of channels for which the corresponding signal is encoded will be
played.
Inputting a Dolby Digital two channel signal with Dolby surround status automatically subjects that signal to Pro-Logic
processing before play.
96 Khz source matirial can be play back in this mode.
2. STEREO
This mode bypasses all surround processing.
Stereo program sources the left and right channels play normaly when PCM-audio or analog stereo is input.
With Dolby Digital and DTS sources, the 5.1 multi-channels are converted to two channel stereo. 96 Khz source matirial can
be play back in stereo mode.
3. DOLBY
This mode is used with source materials encoded in Dolby Digital and Dolby Surround.
Dolby Pro Logic processing can be used on Dolby Surround encoded two channel source material (Dolby Digital two
channels, PCM-audio and Analog stereo). This allows play of the four discrete channels (left, center, right and surround).
Note:
PCM-audio signals can be subjected to Pro Logic processing when the sampling frequency is 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz.
When a signal in another format is input, output will be muted.
4. DTS
Cinema
Music
This mode is for DTS encoded source materials such as LASER DISC, CD, and DVD.
In the DTS Music mode, the LFE signal is reduced by 10 dB. With DTS music material, you should select the DTS Music
mode.
When playing DTS movie discs select DTS cinema mode for proper reproduction of the LFE channel. The DTS mode cannot
be used when an Analog input has been selected. When the signal in another digital format is input, output will be muted.
5. MOVIE
HALL
MATRIX
These modes provide surround effect processing from each input source material.
They will produce theater, concert hall and stadium like atmospheres. Select as your taste desires.
Note:
PCM-audio signals can be processed in this mode when sampling frequency is 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz.
The 96 kHz sampling frequency mutes output.
6. 5-STEREO
This mode is used to create a wider, deeper and more natural soundstage from two channel source material.
This is done by feeding the left channel signal to both left front and left surround speaker and the right channel signal to both
right front and right surround speaker. Addtionally, the center channel reproduces a mix of the right and left channel.
7. S-Direct ON
In the source direct mode, the tone control circuite and bass management configuration are bypassed for full range
frequeancy responce and the purist audio reproduction.
96 Khz source matirial can be play back in this mode.
Notes:
Internal speaker size is setup to front L/R = Large, Center = Large, Surround L/R = Large and Subwoofer = yes automatically.
Tone controls are also defeated.
Caution for 96kHz PCM-audio signal:
This signal can be played when a DVD-player or DAT-player
connected to the SR8000 is capable of 96 kHz PCM output. For
details, refer to the player’s operation manual.
The signal can be played when STEREO or AUTO has been selected
for the Surround mode.
Some DVD formatted discs featured copy protect. When use such
disc, 96 kHz PCM signal is not output from the DVD player. For
details, refer to the player's operation manual.
Caution for DTS signal:
This signal can be played when the connected DVD-player, laserdisc player or CD-player is capable of DTS-digital output. For
details, refer to the player's operation manual.
Depending on the player used, DTS play may produce noise. If that
happens, set the Surround mode to DTS.
Playing a DTS-CD or DTS laser disc causes the player’s analog
output terminal to output noise. Before playing DTS sources, be
sure to connect the player’s digital output to the SR8000’s digital
input. Be careful when connecting the output of these players to
analog audio input.
Note that the SR8000 has the following restrictive functions built in
to reduce noise emission as much as possible.
If DTS is selected while in the Surround mode, digital input cannot
be switched to analog input. When the analog input function has
been selected, Surround mode cannot be switched to DTS.
While signals from DTS-laser disc or CD are playing in another
Surround mode, you cannot switch to digital input or from digital
input to analog input.
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The surround mode is selected with the surround mode buttons of the SR8000 or the remote control unit. However, the sound from the speakers
depend upon the relationship between the selected surround mode and the input signal. They are as follows;
Output
Fluorescent Indicator
LED Indicator
Surround Input Signal
Mode
L/R
LS/RS
C
SW
Encoded
Mode
status (14seg)
Ch. Status
AUTO
Dolby Digital (5.1 ch)
Digital, Auto
L, C, R, LS, RS, LFE
Dolby Digital (2 ch)
–
–
Digital, Auto
L, R
Dolby Digital (2 ch: Lt/Rt)
Digital, Auto, Pro Logic
L, R, S
96kHz PCM
–
–
PCM
Stereo, Auto
96 kHz
L, R
PCM (audio)
–
–
PCM
Stereo, Auto
L, R
Analog
–
–
ANALOG
Stereo, Auto
–
DTS (5.1 ch)
DTS
dts, Auto
L, C, R, LS, RS, LFE
STEREO Dolby Digital (5.1 ch)
–
–
STEREO
L, C, R, LS, RS, LFE
Dolby Digital (2 ch)
–
–
STEREO
L, R
Dolby Digital (2 ch: Lt/Rt)
–
–
STEREO
L, R, S
96kHz PCM
–
–
–
PCM
STEREO
96 kHz
L, R
PCM (audio)
–
–
PCM
STEREO
L, R
Analog
–
–
ANALOG
STEREO
–
DTS (5.1 ch)
–
–
DTS
STEREO
L, C, R, LS, RS, LFE
DOLBY
Dolby Digital (5.1 ch)
Digital
L, C, R, LS, RS, LFE
Dolby Digital (2 ch)
Digital, Pro Logic
L, R
Dolby Digital (2 ch: Lt/Rt)
Digital, Pro Logic
L, R, S
96kHz PCM
–
–
–
–
(PCM)
Digital
96 kHz
–
PCM (audio)
PCM
Pro Logic
L, R
Analog
ANALOG
Pro Logic
–
DTS (5.1 ch)
–
–
–
–
DTS
Digital
–
DTS
Dolby Digital (5.1 ch)
–
–
–
–
( )
dts
No data
–
Cinema
Dolby Digital (2 ch)
–
–
–
–
( )
dts
No data
–
Dolby Digital (2 ch: Lt/Rt)
–
–
–
–
( )
dts
No data
–
96kHz PCM
–
–
–
–
(PCM)
dts
96 kHz
–
PCM (audio)
–
–
–
–
(PCM)
dts
No data
–
Analog
–
–
–
–
–
dts
No data
–
DTS (5.1 ch)
DTS
dts
–
L, C, R, LS, RS, LFE
DTS
Dolby Digital (5.1 ch)
–
–
–
–
( )
dts
No data
–
Music
Dolby Digital (2 ch)
–
–
–
–
( )
dts
No data
–
Dolby Digital (2 ch: Lt/Rt)
–
–
–
–
( )
dts
No data
–
96kHz PCM
–
–
–
–
(PCM)
dts
96 kHz
–
PCM (audio)
–
–
–
–
(PCM)
dts
No data
–
Analog
–
–
–
–
–
dts
No data
–
DTS (5.1 ch)
DTS
dts
–
L, C, R, LS, RS, LFE
HALL
Dolby Digital (5.1 ch)
Movie, Hall or Matrix
–
L, C, R, LS, RS, LFE
MATRIX
Dolby Digital (2 ch)
Movie, Hall or Matrix
–
L, R
MOVIE
Dolby Digital (2 ch: Lt/Rt)
Movie, Hall or Matrix
–
L, R, S
96kHz PCM
–
–
–
–
(PCM)
Movie, Hall or Matrix
96 kHz
–
PCM (audio)
PCM
Movie, Hall or Matrix
–
L, R
Analog
ANALOG
Movie, Hall or Matrix
–
–
DTS (5.1 ch)
DTS
Movie, Hall or Matrix
–
L, C, R, LS, RS, LFE
5-STEREO Dolby Digital (5.1 ch)
5 CH
L, C, R, LS, RS, LFE
Dolby Digital (2 ch)
5 CH
L, R
Dolby Digital (2 ch: Lt/Rt)
5 CH
L, R, S
96kHz PCM
–
–
–
–
(PCM)
96 kHz
–
PCM (audio)
PCM
5 CH
L, R
Analog
ANALOG
5 CH
–
DTS (5.1 ch)
DTS
5 CH
L, C, R, LS, RS, LFE
S-Direct Dolby Digital (5.1 ch)
Digital, Auto
S-DIRECT
L, C, R, LS, RS, LFE
Dolby Digital (2 ch)
–
–
–
Digital, Auto
S-DIRECT
L, R
Dolby Digital (2 ch: Lt/Rt)
–
Digital, Auto, Pro Logic
S-DIRECT
L, R, S
96kHz PCM
–
–
–
PCM
Stereo, Auto
S-DIRECT
L, R
PCM (audio)
–
–
–
PCM
Stereo, Auto
S-DIRECT
L, R
Analog
–
–
–
ANALOG
Stereo, Auto
S-DIRECT
–
DTS (5.1 ch)
DTS
dts, Auto
S-DIRECT
L, C, R, LS, RS, LFE
6ch Input –
–
–
6CH-INPUT
–
Note:
Dolby Digital (2 ch: Lt/Rt): signal with Dolby Surround flag Speajers are full set.
L/R
LS/RS
C
SW
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:
:
:
:
Front speaker
Surround speaker
Center speaker
Sub woofer speaker
( ): The indicator blinks
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The relation between the selected surround mode and the input signal
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If the unit does not operate properly, check items shown in the following
table.
If your trouble cannot be recovered with the remedy actions listed in
the following table, malfunction of the internal circuitry is suspected;
immediately unplug the power cable and contact your dealer, nearest
Marantz distributor or the Marantz Service Center in your country.
In case of trouble, check the following before calling for service:
1. Are the connections made properly ?
2. Are you operating the unit properly following user’s guide ?
3. Are the power amplifiers and speaker working properly ?
CAUSE
SYMPTOM
SR8000 cannot be turned up.
REMEDY
The power plug is not connected.
Connect the power plug to the outlet.
No sound and picture are output Mute is on.
The input cable is not connected correctly.
even when power is on.
The master volume control is turned all the way down.
The function selector position is wrong.
Cancel mute using the remote control unit.
See the connection diagram and connect the cables correctly.
Adjust the master volume.
Select correct position.
Speaker does not outputting any The headphones are connected to the headphone jack.
sound.
Disconnect the headphones. (Speakers will not output sound when
headphones are connected.)
Sound and pictures from other Input cable connected incorrectly.
than equipment selected with the
function selector.
Connect the cable correctly by referring to the connection
diagram.
Sound from the wrong channel is Speaker cable connected incorrectly.
output from the speaker.
Connect the cable correctly by referring to the connection
diagram.
No sound is output from the center The center speaker cable connection is incomplete.
STEREO has been selected for Surround mode.
speaker.
Connect the cable correctly.
When STEREO is selected for Surround mode, no sound will be
output from the center speaker. Set another Surround mode.
Make the correct setting.
Center = NONE has been selected in SETUP mode.
No sound is output from the The surround speaker cable connection is incomplete.
STEREO has been selected for Surround mode.
surround speakers.
No output to Sub Woofer Out.
Surround = NONE has been selected in SETUP mode.
Connect the cable correctly.
When STEREO has been selected for Surround mode, no sound will
be output from the surround speaker. Set another Surround mode.
Make the correct setting.
Sub-woofer = NO has been selected in SETUP mode.
Select Sub-woofer = YES.
Surround mode cannot be changed. The headphones are connected to the jack.
Disconnect the headphones. (When headphones are connected,
Surround mode will be fixed to STEREO.)
Noise is produced during DTS- Analog has been selected for input.
encoded CD or laser disc play.
Be sure to perform digital connection, select digital input, then
play.
DTS sources cannot be played.
Surround mode is set to DOLBY.
The DVD or LD player is not DTS digital out capable.
Select other mode.
Use a player which responds to DTS-digital out.
Player skips during play of a DTS Data error occurred during player skip.
source and produces noise.
Set Surround mode to DTS-cinema or DTS-music..
A 96kHz PCM signal cannot be The disc player is not 96kHz PCM digital out capable.
Surround mode is set to other than STEREO and AUTO.
played.
Use a player that responds to 96kHz PCM digital out.
Set Surround mode to STEREO or AUTO.
A normal PCM signal (CD or laser Surround mode is set to DTS-cinema or DTS-music.
disc) cannot be played.
Select other mode.
A Dolby Digital signal cannot be Surround mode is set to DTS-cinema or DTS-music.
played.
Select other mode.
A specific channel does not Nothing recorded on source.
produce output.
Check the encoded channel on the source side.
FM or AM reception fails.
Antenna connection is incomplete.
Correctly connect the indoor FM and AM antennas to FM and AM
antenna outlets.
Noise is heard during AM reception. Reception is affected by other electrical fields.
Try changing location where the AM indoor antenna is set up.
Noise is heard during FM reception. The radio waves from the broadcasting station are weak.
Install an FM outdoor antenna.
Cannot get programmed station Preset data has been erased.
when the PRESET button is
pressed.
Disconnecting power plug for long periods of time will erase preset
data. If that happens, input the preset data again.
Nothing appears on the remote Batteries are consumed.
commander display.
Replace all the batteries with new ones.
Control with the remote control unit Batteries are consumed..
Remote controller's function-key setting is wrong.
fails.
The distance between this SR8000 and the remote
commander is too far.
S o m e t h i n g i s b l o c k i n g SR 8 000 a n d t h e r e m o t e
commander.
Replace all the batteries with new ones..
Select different position from which equipment will be controlled.
Move closer to this SR8000.
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Remove offending object.
HOW TO RESET THE UNIT
Should the operation or display seem to be abnormal, reset the unit
with the following procedure.
The SR8000 is turned on, press and hold the CLEAR !3 and DISPLAY
OFF buttons !1 simultaneously for 3 seconds or more.
Remember that the procedure will reset the settings of the function
selector, Surround mode, delay time, TUNER PRESET etc., to their
initial settings.
If the equipment malfunctions, this may be because an electrostatic
discharge or AC line interference has corrupted the information in
the equipment memory circuits. Therefore:
- disconnect the plug from the AC line supply
- after waiting at least three minutes, reconnect the plug to the AC
line supply
- re-attempt to operate the equipment
ERROR MESSAGES
When the display indicates some error messages (e.g. ERROR **),
unplug the power cable immediately. Contact your dealer, nearest
Marantz distributor or the Marantz service center in your area.
Memory backup
n In case a power outage occurs or the power cord is
accidentally unplugged, the SR8000 is equipped with a
backup function to prevent memory data such as the preset
memory from being erased.
The memory functions are backed up for up to about one
week.
NOTE:
First of all keep SR8000 Standby or Powered-on more than 6
hours, to sufficient time for memory back up.
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GENERAL MALFUNCTION
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
FM TUNER SECTION
Frequency Range ................................................................................................................................................. 87.5 - 108.0 MHz
Usable Sensitivity ............................................................................................................................................. IHF 1.8 µV/16.4 dBf
Signal to Noise Ratio .................................................................................................................................... Mono/Stereo 76/72 dB
Distortion ..................................................................................................................................................... Mono/Stereo 0.2/0.3 %
Stereo Separation ........................................................................................................................................................ 1 kHz 45 dB
Alternate Channel Selectivity ................................................................................................................................ ± 400 kHz 60 dB
Image Rejection ........................................................................................................................................................ 98 MHz 70 dB
Tuner Output Level ............................................................................................................................. 1 kHz, ± 75 kHz Dev 800 mV
AM TUNER SECTION
Frequency Range .................................................................................................................................................... 520 - 1710 kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio .............................................................................................................................................................. 50 dB
Usable Sensitivity ........................................................................................................................................................ Loop 400 µV
Distortion ................................................................................................................................................... 1 kHz, 30 % Mod. 0.5 %
Selectivity ................................................................................................................................................................ ± 20 kHz 70 dB
AUDIO SECTION
Continuous Power Output
FRONT (20 Hz - 20 kHz) .............................................................................................................................. 8 ohms 100W / Ch
Center (20 Hz - 20 kHz) ................................................................................................................................ 8 ohms 100W / Ch
Surround (20 Hz - 20 kHz) ............................................................................................................................ 8 ohms 100W / Ch
THD Front (20 Hz - 20 kHz) ..................................................................................................................................... 8 ohms 0.05 %
Input Sensitivity/Impedance
Linear ........................................................................................................................................................... 316 mV/ 47 Kohms
Signal to Noise Ratio
Linear .............................................................................................................................................................................. 105 dB
VIDEO
Television Format ................................................................................................................................................................... NTSC
Input Level/Impedance .......................................................................................................................................... 1 Vp-p/ 75 ohms
Output Level/Impedance ....................................................................................................................................... 1 Vp-p/ 75 ohms
Video Frequency Response ........................................................................................................................ 5 Hz to 8 MHz (– 1 dB)
S/N .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 60 dB
GENERAL
Power Requirement ............................................................................................................................................... AC 120 V 60 Hz
Power Consumption (STEREO MODE RATED POWER) .................................................................................................... 360 W
Dimension (MAX)
Width ........................................................................................................................................................... 18 inches (458 mm)
Height ..................................................................................................................................................... 6-1/4 inches (159 mm)
Depth .................................................................................................................................................... 18-1/8 inches (460 mm)
Weight ............................................................................................................................................................ 33.1 lbs (15.0 Kg)
ACCESSORIES
Remote Control Unit RC-18SR ......................................................................................................................................................
AA-size batteries ............................................................................................................................................................................
FM Feeder Antenna .......................................................................................................................................................................
FM Antenna Converter ...................................................................................................................................................................
AM Loop Antenna ...........................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications subject to change without prior notice.
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