ONKYO DR-2000 Owner's manual

ONKYO DR-2000 Owner's manual
Contents
Before Using Your DVD Receiver
DVD Receiver
DR-2000
Getting Started
Instruction Manual
Basic Operation
Advanced DVD/VIDEO CD/
Audio CD Operation
Thank you for purchasing the Onkyo DVD Receiver.
Please read this manual thoroughly before making
connections and turning on the power.
Following the instructions in this manual will enable
you to obtain optimum performance and listening
enjoyment from your new DVD Receiver.
Please retain this manual for future reference.
Additional Operation
Other
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WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE
TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
AVIS
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE
NE PAS OUVRIR
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
sufficient 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.
Important Safeguards
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.
Water and Moisture - The appliance should not be used near water
- for example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in
a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, and the like.
6.
Carts and Stands - The appliance should be used only with a cart or
stand that is recommended by the
PORTABLE CART WARNING
manufacturer.
6A. 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.
15. Nonuse Periods - The power cord (mains lead) of the appliance
should be unplugged from the outlet (the mains) when left unused for
a long period of time.
16. Object and Liquid Entry - Care should be taken so that objects do
not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure through openings.
17. Damage Requiring Service - The appliance should be serviced by
qualified service personnel when:
A. The power-supply cord (mains lead) or the plug has been
damaged; or
B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the
appliance; or
C. The appliance has been exposed to rain; or
D. The appliance does not appear to operate normally or
exhibits a marked change in performance; or
E. The appliance has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged.
18. Servicing - The user should not attempt to service the appliance
beyond that described in the operating instructions. All other servicing
should be referred to qualified service personnel.
S3125A
7.
Wall or Ceiling Mounting - The appliance should be mounted to a
wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer.
8.
Ventilation - The appliance should be situated so that its location or
position does not interfere with its proper ventilation. For example,
the appliance should not be situated on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar
surface that may block the ventilation openings; or if placed in a builtin installation, such as a bookcase or cabinet that may impede the
flow of air through the ventilation openings, there should be free space
of at least 20 cm (8 in.) and an opening behind the appliance.
9.
Heat - The appliance should be situated away from heat sources
such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other appliances (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
10. Power Sources - The appliance should be connected to a power
supply only of the type described in the operating instructions or as
marked on the appliance.
19. Outdoor Antenna (Aerial) Grounding - If an outside antenna (aerial)
is connected to the receiver, be sure the antenna (aerial) system is
grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges
and built up static charges. Article 810 of the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information with regard to proper grounding
of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to
an antenna- (aerial-) discharge unit, size of grounding conductors,
location of antenna- (aerial-) discharge unit, connection to grounding
electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode.
See FIGURE 1.
FIGURE 1:
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA (AERIAL) GROUNDING AS PER NATIONAL
ELECTRICAL CODE, ANSI/NFPA 70
ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WIRE
11. Polarization - If the appliance is provided with a polarized plug having
one blade wider than the other, please read the following information:
The polarization of the plug is a safety feature. The polarized plug will
only fit the outlet one way. If the plug does not fit fully into the outlet,
try reversing it. If there is still trouble, the user should seek the services
of a qualified electrician. Under no circumstances should the user
attempt to defeat the polarization of the plug.
GROUND
CLAMP
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
12. Power-Cord Protection - Power-supply cords (mains leads) should
be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by
items placed upon or against them, especially near plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the appliance.
13. Cleaning - The appliance should be cleaned only as recommended
by the manufacturer.
14. Power Lines - An outdoor antenna (aerial) should be located away
from power lines.
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GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
NEC – NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
S2898A
CAUTION:
VISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCK
FAILED OR DEFEATED. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
CAUTION:
THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER. USE OF CONTROLS OR
ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES
OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN
HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
This unit contains a semiconductor laser system and is classified
as a “CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT.” So, to use this model properly,
read this Instruction Manual carefully. In case of any trouble, please
contact the store where you purchased the unit. To prevent being
exposed to the laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure.
“CLASS 1 LASER
PRODUCT ”
This label on the rear panel states that:
1. This unit is a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT and employs a
laser inside the cabinet.
2. To prevent the laser from being exposed, do not remove the
cover. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
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Precautions
1. Regional Restriction Codes (Region Number)
Regional restriction codes are built into DVD players and DVD
videos for each sales region. If the regional code of the DVD
Receiver does not match one of the regional codes on the DVD
video, playback is not possible.
The regional number can be found on the rear panel of the DVD
Receiver. (e.g. 3 for Region 3)
2. About This Manual
This manual explains the basic procedures for operating the DVD
Receiver. Some DVD videos do not support the full potential of the
DVD technology. Your DVD Receiver may therefore not respond to
all operating commands. Refer to instruction notes on discs.
A“
” mark may appear on the TV screen during operation. It
means that the operation is not permitted by the DVD Receiver or
the disc.
3. Warranty Claim
You can find the serial number on the rear panel of the unit. In
case of warranty claim, please report this number.
4. Recording Copyright
Recording of copyrighted material for other than personal use is
illegal without permission of the copyright holder.
5. AC Fuse
The fuse is located inside the chassis and is not user-serviceable.
If power does not come on, contact your Onkyo authorized service
center.
6. Power
WARNING
BEFORE PLUGGING IN THE UNIT FOR THE FIRST TIME, READ
THE FOLLOWING SECTION CAREFULLY.
The voltage of the available power supply differs according to
country or region. Be sure that the power supply voltage of the
area where the unit will be used meets the required voltage
(AC220-230V 50/60Hz or AC120V 60Hz) written on the rear panel.
7. Do not touch the unit with wet hands
Do not handle the unit or power cord (mains lead) when your hands
are wet or damp. If water or any other liquid enters the case, take
the unit to an authorized service center for inspection.
8. Location of the unit
• Place the unit in a well-ventilated location.
Take special care to provide plenty of ventilation on all sides of
the unit especially when it is placed in an audio rack. If ventilation
is blocked, the unit may overheat and malfunction.
• Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight or heating units as the
unit's internal temperature may rise and shorten the life of the
pickup.
• Avoid damp and dusty places and places directly affected by
vibrations from the speakers. In particular, avoid placing the unit
on or above one of the speakers.
• Be sure the unit is placed in a horizontal position. Never place it
on its side or on a slanted surface as it may malfunction.
• When you place the unit near a TV, radio, or VCR, the playback
picture may become poor and the sound may be distorted. In
this case, place the unit away from the TV, radio, or VCR.
9. Care
From time to time you should wipe the front and rear panels and
the cabinet with a soft cloth. For heavier dirt, dampen a soft cloth
in a weak solution of mild detergent and water, wring it out dry, and
wipe off the dirt. Following this, dry immediately with a clean cloth.
Do not use rough material, thinners, alcohol or other chemical
solvents or cloths since these could damage the finish or remove
the panel lettering.
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10. Notes on Handling
• When shipping the unit, use the original shipping carton and
packing materials. For maximum protection, repack the unit as it
was originally packed at the factory.
• Do not use volatile liquids, such as insect spray, near the unit.
Do not leave rubber or plastic products in contact with the unit
for a long time. They will leave marks on the finish.
• The top and rear panels of the unit may become warm after a
long period of use. This is not a malfunction.
• When the unit is not in use, be sure to remove the disc and turn
off the power.
• If you do not use the unit for a long period, the unit may not
function properly in the future. Turn on and use the unit
occasionally.
11. To Obtain a Clear Picture
The unit is a high technology, precision device. If the optical pickup lens and disc drive parts are dirty or worn down, the picture
quality becomes poor. To obtain a clear picture, we recommend
regular inspection and maintenance (cleaning or parts
replacement) every 1,000 hours of use depending on the operating
environment. For details, contact your nearest dealer.
12. Notes on Moisture Condensation
Moisture condensation damages the unit.
Please read the following carefully.
• What is moisture condensation?
Moisture condensation occurs, for example, when you pour a
cold drink into a glass on a warm day. Drops of water form on
the outside of the glass. In the same way, moisture may condense
on the optical pick-up lens inside the unit, one of the most crucial
internal parts of the unit.
• Moisture condensation occurs in the following cases.
– When you bring the unit directly from a cold place to a warm
place.
– When you use the unit in a room where you just turned on the
heater, or a place where the cold wind from the air conditioner
directly hits the unit.
– In summer, when you use the unit in a hot and humid place
just after you move the unit from an air conditioned room.
– When you use the unit in a humid place.
• Do not use the unit when moisture condensation may occur.
If you use the unit in such a situation, it may damage discs and
internal parts. Remove the disc, connect the power cord (mains
lead) of the unit to the wall outlet (the mains), turn on the unit,
and leave it for two or three hours. After a few hours, the unit will
have warmed up and evaporated any moisture. Keep the unit
connected to the wall outlet (the mains) and moisture
condensation will seldom occur.
Table of Contents
Important Safeguards/Precautions/Table of Contents ....................................... 2–5
Getting Started
Features ................................................................................................................ 6
Supplied Accessories ............................................................................................ 7
Preparing the Remote Controller .......................................................................... 8
Notes on Discs ...................................................................................................... 9
Connecting to a TV ............................................................................................. 10
Connecting to Audio/Video Equipment ............................................................... 11
z Connection for the Onkyo Cassette Tape Deck ............................................. 12
Positioning Speakers ........................................................................................... 12
Connecting Speakers .......................................................................................... 13
Making Antenna (Aerial) Connections ................................................................ 14
Connecting the Power/Turning on the DVD Receiver .......................................... 16
Speaker Setup .................................................................................................... 17
Basic Operation
Playing DVD Videos/VIDEO CDs/Audio CDs ...................................................... 22
Listening to the Radio ......................................................................................... 28
Playing the Connected Source ............................................................................ 30
Various Functions Common to all the Sources ................................................... 32
Enjoying the Sound Effects ................................................................................. 34
Advanced DVD/VIDEO CD/Audio CD Operation
Playing Repeatedly ............................................................................................. 41
Playing in a Favorite Order .................................................................................. 42
Playing in Random Order .................................................................................... 43
Zooming in on a Picture ...................................................................................... 44
Selecting the Camera Angle ............................................................................... 45
Turning on/off Subtitles/Selecting the Subtitle Language .................................... 46
Selecting Audio Language/Sound Included on the Disc ..................................... 47
Changing the Sound Signal Conversion Method ................................................ 48
Using Information on the On-Screen Display and the DVD Receiver’s Display .. 50
Customizing the Function Settings ..................................................................... 52
Table of Languages ............................................................................................. 60
Additional Operation
Recording Using the Connected Equipment ....................................................... 61
Programming the Remote Controller to Your TV ................................................. 63
Other
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................... 65
Specifications ...................................................................................................... 67
Index to Parts and Controls ............................................................................. 68
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Getting Started
Features
Receiver Features
5 × 40 W/Ch into 6 ohms
96 kHz/24-Bit DAC System
DTS* & Dolby** Digital Decoders
Acoustic Control
2 Digital Inputs/1 Output
Subwoofer Preout
4 Audio Inputs/2 Outputs
2 S-Video Inputs/2 Outputs
Multichannel Theater-Dimensional***
Easy-Set Speaker Configuration
30 FM/AM Random Presets
Full-Function Learning Remote
*
Manufactured under license from Digital Theater
Systems, Inc. US Pat. No.5,451,942 and other worldwide
patents issues and pending, “DTS” and “DTS Digital
Surround” are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
©1996 Digital Theater Systems, Inc. All Rights reserved.
** Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby”, “Pro Logic” and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential
Unpublished Works. ©1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories.
All rights reserved.
are trademarks of
*** “Theater-Dimensional” and
Onkyo Corporation.
DVD/CD Player Features
DTS, Dolby Digital, and PCM Compatible
Component-Video Output
27 MHz/10-Bit Video DAC
Plays DVDs, CDs, CD-Rs and Video CDs
Enhanced Black-Level Control
High-Resolution Onscreen Display
3-Mode Zoom Function
Program Memory Playback
Auto Last Play
Dual-Wavelength Optical Pickup
Sand-Blasted Aluminum Front Panel
Memory Preservation
This unit does not require memory preservation batteries.
A built-in memory power backup system preserves the
contents of memory during power failures and even when
the POWER switch is set to OFF.
The POWER switch must be set to ON in order to charge
the backups system. The memory preservation period
after the unit has been turned off varies depending on
climate and placement of the unit. On average, memory
contents are protected over a period of a few weeks after
the time the unit has been turned off. This period is
shorter when the unit is exposed to a very humid climate.
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Supplied Accessories
Make sure your box contains everything listed below.
If any pieces are missing, contact your nearest Onkyo
dealer.
The number of accessories is indicated in brackets.
Remote controller (RC-437M) [1]
FM outdoor antenna (aerial) adapter [1]
Batteries (size AA/R6/UM3) [2]
FM antenna (aerial) [1]
AM loop antenna (aerial) [1]
Audio/video connection cable [1]
S video cable [1]
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Preparing the Remote Controller
MODE
Inserting the Batteries
DVD
1 Detach the battery cover.
2 Insert the two size AA/R6/UM3 batteries.
Be sure to match the + and – ends of the batteries with
the diagram inside the battery compartment.
3 Attach the battery cover.
1
TV
Press MODE AUDIO first before operating the speaker
setting and sound related operations.
MODE
3
2
TA/MD
DIO
AU
DVD
TA/MD
DIO
AU
TV
Press MODE TA/MD first before operating the Onkyo
MD recorder or z-connected cassette tape deck (see
pages 12 and 31).
Notes
• When the batteries are getting weak, the SEND/
SEND/LEARN
indicator
LEARN indicator on the remote controller starts
flashing. In this case, replace the batteries with
new ones.
For the other functions of this indicator, see
“Pointing the remote controller in the right
direction” on the right, and page 63.
• Do not mix new batteries with old batteries or
different kinds of batteries.
• To avoid corrosion, remove the batteries if the
remote controller is not to be used for a long time.
• Remove dead batteries immediately to avoid damage from
corrosion. If the remote controller does not operate smoothly,
replace both batteries at the same time.
• The life of the supplied batteries is about six months but this varies
depending on usage.
SEND
SLE
EP
ON
LE A R N
Press MODE TV first before operating your TV.
To operate the TV with the supplied remote controller,
you need to let the remote controller learn the TV
remote control signals (see pages 31 and 63).
STNBY
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
SU
U
Pointing the remote controller in the right
direction
Point the remote controller toward the remote control
sensor.
This indicator is SEND/LEARN
indicator
lit while any
button on the
remote controller
is pressed.
SEND
SLE
Switching the remote controller function
modes
ON
EP
STNBY
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
U
S
ME N
LE
U
TIT
TV
MODE buttons
A.C
TR
L
MODE
CH
ENTER
TUN
DVD
RE
REPEAT
TU R
A–B
8
VOL
N
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
MUTING
DIMMER
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
ZOOM
DIO
AU
TA/MD
TV
Press MODE DVD first before operating
the built-in DVD player.
STNBY
TA/MD
t)
DV D
30˚
Ab
ou
t5
30˚
The function mode remains the same until another
MODE button is pressed.
SLE
ON
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
Some buttons on the remote controller have two or
more functions. To set the functionality of these buttons,
press one of the four MODE (AUDIO, DVD, TA/MD, TV)
buttons in advance.
(Details about the functions and the related function
modes are explained in each section.)
EP
fe
e
Using the Remote Controller
Remote control sensor
LE A R N
6
ME N
(1
LE
m
TIT
TV
A.C
TR
L
Notes
• Place the unit away from strong light such as direct sunlight or
inverted fluorescent light which can prevent proper operation of the
remote controller.
• Using another remote controller of the same type in the same room
or using the unit near equipment which uses infrared rays may
cause operational interference.
• Do not put any object (such as a book) on the remote controller. The
buttons of the remote controller may be pressed by mistake and
drain the batteries.
• Make sure the audio rack doors do not have colored glass. Placing
the unit behind such doors may prevent proper remote controller
operation.
• If there is any obstacle between the remote controller and the
remote control sensor, the remote controller will not operate.
Notes on Discs
This section shows you how to handle, clean, and store discs.
Playable Discs
Cleaning Discs
This DVD Receiver can playback the following discs.
Disc mark Contents
Disc
size
Maximum
playback time
Approx. 4 hours
(single sided disc)
Approx. 8 hours
(double sided disc)
Approx. 80 minutes
(single sided disc)
Approx. 160 minutes
(double sided disc)
Audio
+
Video
(moving
pictures)
12 cm
VIDEO
CDs
Audio +
Video
(moving
pictures)
12 cm
Approx. 74 minutes
8 cm
Approx. 20 minutes
Audio
CDs*
12 cm
Approx. 74 minutes
Audio
DVD
videos
8 cm
8 cm (CD
Approx. 20 minutes
single)
* Finalized CD-Rs are also playable.
Such CD-Rs that TOC (Table of Contents) information (such
as truck numbers) are recorded on to the PMA –– a special
area in the disc is described as finalized CD-Rs.
• You cannot playback discs other than those listed above.
• You cannot play discs such as CD-RW, CD-ROM, DVDRAM, DVD-RW, etc., even if the marks in the above table
are labeled on those discs.
• This DVD Receiver uses the PAL/NTSC color system, and
cannot playback DVD videos recorded in any other color
system (SECAM, etc.).
• Avoid using heart-shaped or octagonal discs. Playing
irregularly shaped discs may damage the internal
mechanism of the DVD Receiver.
• Do not use discs that have residue from adhesive tape,
rental discs that have peeling labels, or discs that have
custom labels or stickers. Otherwise, you may not be able
to eject the discs or the DVD Receiver may become
inoperative.
• If you cannot wipe off the dust with a soft cloth, wipe the disc
lightly with a slightly moistened soft cloth and finish with a
dry cloth.
• Do not use any type of solvent such as thinner, benzine,
commercially available cleaners or antistatic spray for vinyl
LPs. It may damage the disc.
Storing Discs
• Do not store discs in a place subject to direct sunlight or
near heat sources.
• Do not store discs in places subject to moisture and dust
such as a bathroom or near a humidifier.
• Store discs vertically in a case. Stacking or placing objects
on discs outside of their case may cause warping.
About VIDEO CDs
This DVD Receiver supports VIDEO CDs equipped with the
PBC (Version 2.0) function. (PBC is the abbreviation for
Playback Control.)
You can enjoy two playback variations depending on the type
of disc.
• VIDEO CD not equipped with PBC function (Version 1.1)
Sound and movies can be played on this DVD Receiver in
the same way as an audio CD.
• VIDEO CD equipped with PBC function (Version 2.0)
In addition to operation of a VIDEO CD not equipped with
the PBC function, you can enjoy playback with interactive
software and search function using the menu displayed on
the TV screen (Menu Playback). Some of the functions
described in this Instruction Manual may not work with some
discs.
Notes on Copyright
Handling Discs
• Do not touch the playback side of the disc.
Playback side
• Do not attach paper or tape to discs.
• Fingerprints and dust on the disc cause picture and sound
deterioration. Wipe the disc from the center outwards with a
soft cloth. Always keep the disc clean.
It is forbidden by law to copy, broadcast, show, broadcast on
cable, play in public, and rent copyrighted material without
permission.
DVD videos are copy protected, and any recordings made
from these discs will be distorted.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that
is protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and
other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision
Corporation and other rights owners. Use of this copyright
protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision
Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited
viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision
Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is
prohibited.
9
Connecting to a TV
Before connecting
Insert completely
TV
Connecting to a TV With Component
Video Inputs
To audio outputs
If the TV or monitor has component video
inputs, make this connection. Connecting to
these inputs allows you to enjoy higher quality
picture playback compared to the connections
explained in “Connecting to a TV Without
Component Video Inputs” below.
R (Red)
L (White)
To component
video inputs Y
Stereo audio connection cable
Notes
• Actual labels for component video inputs may vary
depending on the TV manufacturer (ex. Y/CB/CR, Y/
B-Y/R-Y, etc.).
• In some TVs, the color levels of the playback picture
may be reduced slightly or the tint may change. In
such a case, adjust the TV for optimum
performance.
DIGITAL INPUT
(OPT)
IN
IN
MON
OUT
VIDEO 1
OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUT
Y
PB
PR
(COAX)
VIDEO 1
1 – VIDEO – 2
OUT
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 2
IN
IN
REMOTE
CONTROL
S VIDEO
VIDEO
FRONT SPEAKERS
R
OUT
PR
Only pictures from a DVD video or
VIDEO CD played with the DVD
Receiver will be output to the TV.
(White)
(Red)
(OPT)
FM 75
MON
OUT
PB
Component video connection
cable
DIGITAL OUTPUT
ANTENNA
AM
Incomplete
• Connect the plugs securely.
• Note that one audio/video connection cable
and one S video connection cable are
supplied.
• Refer also to the instruction manual of the TV.
• When you connect the DVD Receiver to the TV, be sure to turn off the
power and unplug both the units from the mains before making any
connections.
• Connect the DVD Receiver to the TV directly. If you connect the DVD
Receiver to a VCR, TV/VCR combination, or video selector, the
playback picture may be distorted as DVD videos are copy protected.
IN
IN
SUB
WOOFER
PRE OUT
OUT
(REC)
IN
(PLAY)
A
L
R
B
L
SURROUND CENTER
SPEAKERS SPEAKER
R
L
IN
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
R
VIDEO
1
VIDEO
2
TAPE/MD
(White)
(Red)
(Yellow)
Connecting to a TV Without
Component Video Inputs
TV/LINE
DO NOT connect the
power cord (mains lead)
at this time.
Stereo audio connection cable
If the TV or monitor has an S video input, make
the S video connection. The S video connection
will provide higher quality picture playback.
To audio outputs
L (White)
TV
S video connection cable
R (Red)
Both the S video and video connections are necessary,
otherwise the picture from equipment to be connected on
the next page may not be output to the TV.
To S video input
To video input
(Yellow)
Video connection cable
: Signal flow
10
Connecting to Audio/Video Equipment
Before connecting
• About the VIDEO 1 and VIDEO 2 jacks/connectors
The video input/output connections are also necessary even if you
• Refer also to the instruction manual of each component to be
make the S video input/output connections.
connected.
• Connect the plugs securely.
Incomplete
• When you connect the DVD Receiver to audio/video equipment, be
sure to turn off the power and unplug all the units from the mains before • Note that one audio/video connection cable
and one S video connection cable are
making any connections.
supplied (if not used in the connection on
• About the DIGITAL INPUT (OPT) and DIGITAL
the opposite page).
OUTPUT (OPT) connectors
Remove the protective caps before making connections.
Insert completely
When not in use, be sure to replace them.
Set Top Box, LD Player,
Video Cassette Player, etc.
VCR, DVD Recorder, etc.
OUT
VIDEO 2
DIGITAL OUTPUT
(OPT)
MON
OUT
S VIDEO
IN
IN
SUB
WOOFER
PRE OUT
OUT
(REC)
IN
(PLAY)
AUDIO
TAPE/MD
OUT
IN
IN
(OPT)
IN
IN
MON
OUT
VIDEO 1
OUT
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 2
IN
IN
VIDEO
IN
(PLAY)
IN
IN
SUB
WOOFER
PRE OUT
OUT
(REC)
IN
(PLAY)
L
AUDIO
TAPE/MD
TV/LINE
SURROUND CENTER
SPEAKERS SPEAKER
FRONT SPEAKERS
A
L
R
B
R
L
L
L
DO NOT connect the
power cord (mains lead)
at this time.
AUDIO
R
TAPE/MD
VIDEO
2
IN
AUDIO
VIDEO
2
IN
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
IN
VIDEO
1
OUT
(REC)
VIDEO 2
COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUT
Y
PB
PR
(COAX)
S VIDEO
To TAPE/MD
IN
R
DIGITAL INPUT
(OPT)
VIDEO 1
1 – VIDEO – 2
OUT
OUT
S VIDEO
VIDEO
1
DIGITAL OUTPUT
OUT
VIDEO 1
MON
OUT
To VIDEO 2
FM 75
MON
OUT
IN
TV/LINE
ANTENNA
AM
IN
AUDIO
R
VIDEO
2
1 – VIDEO – 2
OUT
SUB
WOOFER
PRE OUT
To VIDEO 1
L
VIDEO
1
(COAX)
VIDEO 2
VIDEO
IN
AUDIO
DIGITAL INPUT
(OPT)
VIDEO 1
IN
IN
S video
connection
cable
Coaxial
connection
cable
(Yellow)
VIDEO 1
MON
OUT
To S video
output
To video
output
IN
VIDEO
To digital coaxial
audio output
(Yellow)
1 – VIDEO – 2
VIDEO 2
(White)
(COAX)
(Red)
(Red)
(White)
(Yellow)
(Yellow)
(White)
(Red)
(OPT)
VIDEO 1
IN
This connection is only for
equipment with a digital
optical/coaxial audio
output.
Digital recording is not
always possible; therefore,
also connect to the analog
audio jacks (see page 61
for recording sound).
DIGITAL INPUT
(OPT)
OUT
L (White)
Optical fiber cable
DIGITAL OUTPUT
OUT
Audio/video
connection
cable
S video connection cable
Audio/video
connection
cable
MON
OUT
R (Red)
To audio
outputs
To S video
output
To S video
input
To video
output
To video
input
To digital optical
audio output
R (Red)
L (White)
(Yellow)
(Yellow)
L (White)
R (Red)
To audio
inputs
To audio
outputs
TV/LINE
Optical fiber cable
DIGITAL OUTPUT
DIGITAL INPUT
(OPT)
(OPT)
VIDEO 1
MON
OUT
1 – VIDEO – 2
OUT
IN
IN
MON
OUT
VIDEO 1
OUT
This connection is only for equipment with a digital optical audio input.
Digital recording is not always possible; therefore, also connect to the analog audio jacks
(see page 61 for recording sound).
(COAX)
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 2
IN
IN
S VIDEO
VIDEO
OUT
IN
IN
SUB
WOOFER
PRE OUT
OUT
(REC)
IN
(PLAY)
To digital optical
audio input
IN
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
R
VIDEO
1
VIDEO
2
TAPE/MD
(Red)
(White)
MD Recorder, DAT,
Cassette Tape Deck,
CD Recorder, etc.
To audio outputs (PLAY)
TV/LINE
(White)
L (White)
(Red)
R (Red)
L (White)
R (Red)
Stereo audio connection cable
To audio
inputs (REC)
: Signal flow
11
z Connection for the Onkyo Cassette Tape Deck
The supplied remote controller has the following three extended functions in addition to operating the DVD Receiver:
• First, operating the TV (see page 31),
• Second, operating the Onkyo MD recorder (no z connection is needed) (see page 31), and
• Third, operating the z connected Onkyo cassette tape deck through the DVD Receiver (see page 31).
To use the third function, you need to make the z connection between the cassette tape deck and the DVD Receiver. The z
cable to make the z connection is supplied with the cassette tape deck.
If you start playing back the cassette tape deck after making the z connection, the DVD Receiver automatically changes its input
source to the cassette tape deck –– Direct Change function.
Onkyo cassette tape deck
DIGITAL OUTPUT
ANTENNA
(OPT)
DIGITAL INPUT
(OPT)
FM 75
MON
OUT
AM
IN
MON
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 2
IN
IN
REMOTE
CONTROL
S VIDEO
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
(REC)
SUB
WOOFER
PRE OUT
IN
(PLAY)
SURROUND CENTER
SPEAKERS SPEAKER
FRONT SPEAKERS
R
REMOTE
CONTROL
z cable
COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUT
Y
PB
PR
(COAX)
VIDEO 1
1 – VIDEO – 2
OUT
VIDEO
A
L
R
B
R
L
L
IN
L
AUDIO
AUDIO
R
VIDEO
2
VIDEO
1
TAPE/MD
TV/LINE
DO NOT connect the
power cord (mains lead)
at this time.
Notes
•
•
•
•
Incomplete
Connect the plugs securely.
Be sure to connect to the z connectors using the z cable.
The connections on page 11 are needed even if z connection is made.
Do not connect the DVD Receiver’s z connector to any component
other than an Onkyo product. It may cause malfunction.
Positioning Speakers
Insert completely
Two speaker systems (SPEAKERS A and SPEAKERS B) can be connected to the DVD Receiver.
The SPEAKERS A system is to be placed in the main room, and the SPEAKERS B system is to be placed in a second room.
The configuration of the SPEAKERS A system
The configuration of the SPEAKERS B system
The SPEAKERS A system consists of the front left, center, and
right speakers, surround left and right speakers, and subwoofer.
The SPEAKERS B system consists of the front left and right
speakers.
You can reproduce the sounds such as Dolby surround and DTS You can reproduce only monaural and stereo sounds.
surround.
Standard speaker placement of the SPEAKERS A system
Speaker placement plays an important role in the reproduction of Surround sound. The placement of the speakers varies depending
on the size of the room and the wall coverings used in the room. The illustration below shows an example of a layout for standard
speaker placement. Refer to this example when you position the speakers in order to experience the best of Surround sound.
For ideal Surround effects, all speakers should be installed.
If a center speaker or subwoofer is not connected, the sound from the
unused channel is distributed to the connected speakers in order to
reproduce the best Surround sound possible.
Front
TV
t
Front
lef er
ak
Spe
Subwoofer
Front
Center
Speaker
Fron
t
ri
Speght
ake
r
The center speaker reproduces a richer sound image by enhancing the
perception of the sound's source and movement.
The left, right, and center speakers should face the seated listener and be
placed at ear level.
Surround
The surround speakers reproduce the feel of a moving sound while creating
the sensation of being in the middle of the action.
Surround
left
Speaker
Surround
right
Speaker
Place the left and right surround speakers 1 meter (3 feet) above the
listener's ear level and facing toward the sides of the room, making sure that
the listener is within the speakers' dispersion angle.
Subwoofer
Install a subwoofer with a built-in power amplifier for powerful bass sounds.
The placement of the subwoofer does not affect the final quality of the sound image much, therefore, you can install it wherever it is
convenient.
Refer to the speakers’ instruction manuals for details.
12
Connecting Speakers
Before connecting
• To prevent damage to circuits, never short-circuit
the positive (+) and negative (–) speaker wires.
• Do not connect the speaker cable to the L and R
connectors at the same time and do not connect
more than one speaker to the same speaker
connectors.
• Refer also to the instruction manuals of the speakers.
• This DVD Receiver is designed to reproduce optimum sound quality
when speakers with the impedances specified below are connected.
Please check the following information and choose speakers with
appropriate impedances for the connections.
Front speakers: 6 ohms min. per speaker
Center speaker: 6 ohms min.
Surround Speakers : 6 ohms min. per speaker
• Strip 10 mm from the end of each cord, then twist the exposed wires
tightly.
10
mm
R
L
R
+
NO!
L
+
NO!
–
NO!
–
Front speakers
Connecting to SPEAKERS A
Right ch.
Left ch.
Center ch.
The main speaker system is SPEAKERS A.
Follow the illustration on the right.
– +
How to connect to the speaker
connectors
– +
– +
Press and hold
the lever.
Surround
speaker
Active
subwoofer
Insert the stripped
end of the cord.
By releasing the
lever, the lever is
replaced.
DIGITAL OUTPUT
ANTENNA
(OPT)
IN
IN
MON
OUT
VIDEO 1
OUT
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 2
IN
IN
IN
IN
SUB
WOOFER
PRE OUT
OUT
(REC)
IN
(PLAY)
B
L
SURROUND CENTER
SPEAKERS SPEAKER
R
L
Surround
speaker
– +
COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUT
Y
PB
PR
REMOTE
CONTROL
SURROUND CENTER
SPEAKERS SPEAKER
FRONT SPEAKERS
R
OUT
R
– +
S VIDEO
VIDEO
L
Left ch.
(COAX)
VIDEO 1
1 – VIDEO – 2
OUT
A
Right ch.
DIGITAL INPUT
(OPT)
FM 75
MON
OUT
AM
FRONT SPEAKERS
R
A
L
R
B
L
R
L
IN
L
AUDIO
DO NOT connect the
power cord (mains lead)
at this time.
AUDIO
R
VIDEO
1
VIDEO
2
TAPE/MD
Connecting to SPEAKERS B
TV/LINE
Front speaker
Front speaker
Right ch.
Left ch.
FRONT SPEAKERS
R
A
L
R
B
L
SURROUND CENTER
SPEAKERS SPEAKER
R
L
To place the additional speaker system for the second
room, make the SPEAKERS B connection on the right.
– +
– +
13
Making Antenna (Aerial) Connections
Connecting the Supplied FM and AM Indoor Antennas (Aerials)
DIGITAL OUTPUT
ANTENNA
(OPT)
DIGITAL INPUT
(OPT)
FM 75
MON
OUT
AM
VIDEO 1
1 – VIDEO – 2
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
IN
COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUT
Y
PB
PR
(COAX)
VIDEO 1
MON
OUT
OUT
IN
OUT
(REC)
IN
(PLAY)
IN
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 2
IN
REMOTE
CONTROL
S VIDEO
VIDEO
FRONT SPEAKERS
R
SUB
WOOFER
PRE OUT
A
L
R
B
L
SURROUND CENTER
SPEAKERS SPEAKER
R
L
L
AUDIO
DO NOT connect the
power cord (mains lead)
at this time.
AUDIO
R
VIDEO
1
VIDEO
2
TAPE/MD
TV/LINE
AM indoor antenna (aerial)
FM indoor antenna
(aerial)
Insert into the hole.
Press up and
hold the lever.
Insert the end of
the cord.
Release the lever to
secure the connection.
ANTENNA
FM 75
AM
Adjusting the position of the FM indoor antenna (aerial)
Note
While listening to an FM program (see page 28), extend the antenna (aerial) and
move it in various directions until the clearest signal is received, then secure the
antenna (aerial) with push pins in the position with the least distortion.
Adjusting the position of the AM indoor antenna (aerial)
Insert one end of the AM antenna
(aerial) cord to either of the AM antenna
(aerial) connectors and the other end to
the other connector. There is no
difference between one end of the AM
antenna (aerial) cord and the other end
unlike the speaker cords which have
positive and negative poles.
While listening to an AM program (see page 28), set the antenna (aerial) in the
direction and position where you receive the clearest sound.
Put it as far away as possible from the unit, TVs, speaker cables, and power cords
(mains leads).
Connecting an AM Outdoor Antenna (Aerial)
An outdoor antenna (aerial) will be more effective if it is stretched
horizontally above a window or outside.
Leave the supplied AM indoor antenna (aerial) connected.
AM indoor antenna (aerial)
Outdoor antenna (aerial)
Note
To avoid the risk of lightning and electrical shock, grounding is necessary.
Follow item 19 of the "Important Safeguards" on page 2 when you install
an outdoor antenna (aerial).
ANTENNA
FM 75
AM
14
Connecting an FM Outdoor Antenna (Aerial)
If the FM reception is not very clear with the supplied antenna (aerial), connect an FM outdoor antenna (aerial) instead of the indoor
FM antenna (aerial).
FM outdoor antenna (aerial)
Connecting coaxial cable to a 75/300 ohm antenna (aerial) adapter
1 Strip the end of the coaxial cable.
3 Remove the transformer wire A
from slit B and insert it into slit C.
ANTENNA
15 mm
6 3 6
Slit B
FM 75
mm mm mm
AM
1/4 1/8 1/4
in.
in.
5/8
Wire A
in.
in.
Slit C
2 With your fingernail or a small
screwdriver, press the stoppers
outward and remove the cover.
4 Insert the end of the cable.
5 Clamp it in place with pliers.
4
5
Connecting 300 ohm
ribbon wire to a supplied
75/300 ohm antenna
(aerial) adapter
Loosen the screws and wrap
the wire around these
screws. Then tighten the
screws with a screwdriver.
Tighten
Loosen
6 Reinstall the cover.
Notes
•
•
•
•
Install the antenna (aerial) well away from tall buildings and in an area where FM stations can directly be received.
Keep the antenna (aerial) away from noise sources (neon signs, busy roads, etc.).
It is dangerous to put the antenna (aerial) close to power lines. Keep it well away from power lines, transformers, etc.
To avoid the risk of lightning and electrical shock, grounding is necessary. Follow item 19 of the "Important Safeguards" on page 2 when you install
the outdoor antenna (aerial).
Directional Iinkage
Do not use the same antenna (aerial) for both FM and TV (or VCR) reception since the FM and TV (or VCR) signals can interfere
with each other. If you must use a common FM/TV (or VCR) antenna (aerial), use a directional linkage type splitter.
Directional linkage
type splitter
To DVD Receiver
To TV (or VCR)
15
Connecting the Power/Turning on the DVD
Receiver
Before connecting
• Make sure that all the connections from pages 10 to 15 are complete (the connection to the TV is required).
• Turning on the DVD Receiver may cause a momentary power surge, which might interfere with other electrical equipment such as computers. If
this happens, use a wall outlet on a different circuit.
1
Thank you for your purchase of Our DVD-Video Player.
Please make a selection
for On-Screen Language and your TV shape and
press ENTER button on your remote control.
FIRST SETUP
On-Screen Language ENG
4:3LB
TV Shape
2
Connect the power cord (mains lead)
to a wall outlet (the mains).
Press the POWER switch to
switch on the main power.
The DVD Receiver enters standby mode.
The STANDBY indicator lights up in red.
STANDBY/ON
ON
Notes
• To switch off the main power, press the
POWER
switch again.
• The buttons on the remote controller don’t operate if
the
POWER switch is set to OFF.
STANDBY
Before operating the cursor
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
FM
AM
VOLUME
Press MODE DVD or MODE AUDIO.
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
ON
STANDBY
POWER
ON
OFF
SURROUND
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
S LE
TUNER PRESET
STNBY
ON
EP
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
3
Press STANDBY/ON on the DVD
Receiver or ON on the remote controller.
The DVD Receiver turns on.
The ON indicator lights up in orange.
At the same time, the STANDBY indicator goes off.
STANDBY/ON
ON
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
NG MODE
AU ISTENI
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
U
S
MEN
LE
U
TIT
CH
RE
REPEAT
2
3
4
5
Press / to select “On-Screen Language,” then press
ENTER.
Select a language with / , then press ENTER.
Press to select “TV Shape,” then press ENTER.
Press / to select the aspect ratio of the TV screen,
then press ENTER.
Finally press SETUP.
All of your selections are set and the FIRST SETUP
screen disappears.
TUR
VOL
UP
SET CR
T V/V
N
A–B
MUTING
DIMMER
ENTER
↔
1
A.C
TR
L
ENTER
TUN
STANDBY
The first time you turn on the DVD Receiver, the FIRST
SETUP screen appears. In the FIRST SETUP screen, select
the On-Screen Language and TV Shape according to the
aspect ratio of the TV screen (see pages 54 and 55).
TV
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
ZOOM
ENTER
MEMORY CLEAR
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
Notes
• To turn off the DVD Receiver, press
STANDBY/ON on the DVD
Receiver, or STNBY
on the remote controller. The DVD Receiver
enters standby mode. Be sure to set the volume to minimum before
turning off the DVD Receiver.
• You can change the above settings later with “Customizing the
Function Settings” on page 52.
16
UP
SET CR
V
/
V
T
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
Speaker Setup
Notes
You need to set up the speaker configuration for the
speaker system connected to the SPEAKERS A
connectors (see page 13.)
(There is no speaker configuration setup for the
SPEAKERS B system.)
• Speaker setup cannot be done if;
– Headphones are connected (see page 33), or
– The SPEAKERS B system is On (see page 32).
• It is not necessary to set the parameters again once you have
completed the setup (with one exception*) unless you change the
speaker configuration.
* See “To Listen to a High-Frequency/High-Quantization Format
Source in its Original Sound Quality – 96k Sound” on page 48.
Setting up the Onkyo Speakers –– Smart Configuration Setting
Check that your speakers are listed in the table below.
• If any of your speakers are listed in the tables, then follow the steps in “Setting up the speaker configuration using Smart
Configuration” on the next page.
• If no speaker is listed, follow the steps in “Setting up Non-Onkyo Speakers” on page 19.
Onkyo speakers and their identification numbers
The number to the left of each speaker model name in the tables is the speaker identification number you will use when setting
the speaker configuration using Smart Configuration.
Front left and right
speakers
Center Speaker
Surround left and right
speakers
Subwoofer
(Front left and right
speakers must be
connected.)
0
Set “0” if no center
speaker is connected.
0
Set “0” if no surround
speaker is connected.
0
Set “0” if no subwoofer
is connected.
1
D-105F/D-30
1
D-105F/D-30
1
D-105F/D-30
1
SKW-205*
2
D-205F
2
D-205F
2
D-205F
2
SKW-305*
3
D-305F
3
D-305C
3
D-305SR
3
SKW-310*
4
D-602F/D-40
4
D-602F/D-40
4
D-602F/D-40
4
SKW-320*
5
D-605F
5
D-605F
5
D-605F
5
SL-7
6
D-80
6
D-80
6
D-80
6
SL-10
7
D-202AX/D-202AXLTD
7
SKC-301/305
7
SKR-301/305
8
D-30C
9
Other Brand
9
Other Brand
9
Other Brand
9
Other Brand
* Set “MOVIE/MUSIC” (of the
subwoofer setting) to “MUSIC.”
17
Speaker Setup
Setting up the speaker configuration using Smart Configuration
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
FM
AM
POWER
SURROUND
OFF
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
TUNER PRESET
PHONES
SPEAKER A/B SUBWOOFER
MODE
TEST TONE
DISTANCE
CH SEL Theater-Dimensional
SETUP
DOWN
3
UP
FM MODE PRESET MEORY
TUNING
DISPLAY
2
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
SU
TIT
The remote controller
remains in the AUDIO mode
until another MODE button is
pressed.
STANDBY
SPEAKER SETUP
1
STNBY
ON
EP
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
Press MODE AUDIO.
VOLUME
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
ON
ON
SLE
Before operating the
remote controller
Display
CH
ME N
LE
U
ENTER
TUN
RE
REPEAT
TU R
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
DIO
AU
Press the lower
part of the cover
to open.
OFF
ON
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
Unit only
SPEAKER SETUP
ZOOM
OFF
MEMORY CLEAR
PHONES
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
3
2
1
MUTING
DIMMER
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
ON
TV
A.C
TR
L
Press SPEAKER SETUP.
“SmartConfig” appears in the display, then
” appears shortly after.
“SP-
2
Unit
DOWN UP
Note
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
Press DOWN/UP on the unit or
UP /DOWN on the remote
controller to enter the speaker
identification number.
Find the speaker identification number in
the tables on the previous page.
If any display appears other than “SmartConfig,”
press the button repeatedly until “SmartConfig”
appears.
Remote controller
9
UP/ DOWN
SEARCH
Subwoofer field
3
Surround left and
right speaker field
Unit
CH SEL
Notes
• If no speaker is connected, select “0.”
(There is no “0” setting for the front left and
right speakers since they must be connected.)
• If any speaker other than the speakers listed
in the table is connected, select “9.”
Press CH SEL to select the next
field.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you finish the
subwoofer field.
Center speaker field
Front left and right speaker field
Remote controller
CH SEL
Each “ ” is the field to enter the speaker
identification number.
8
Smart Configuration is complete when the
subwoofer field is set.
The flashing field is currently selected.
Tips
• If a speaker field is set to “9,” adjust its volume balance manually.
See “Adjusting Each Speaker's Relative Volume Balance – Test
Tone” on page 21.
• For precise setting, carry out “Setting the Distance From the
Listening Position to Each Speaker” on page 20.
18
Setting up Non-Onkyo Speakers
S LE
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
FM
AM
VOLUME
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
U
S
ME N
LE
U
TIT
Before operating the
remote controller
TV
A.C
TR
L
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
ON
Press MODE AUDIO.
CH
ENTER
TUN
STANDBY
POWER
ON
STNBY
ON
EP
Display
SURROUND
OFF
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
TUNER PRESET
SPEAKER A/B SUBWOOFER
MODE
PHONES
TEST TONE
DISTANCE
CH SEL Theater-Dimensional
SETUP
DOWN
SUBWOOFER
MODE
Press the lower
part of the cover
to open.
ON
OFF
UP
FM MODE PRESET MEORY
TUNING
DISPLAY
SPEAKER SETUP
SPEAKER
SETUP
ON
The remote controller
remains in the AUDIO mode
until another MODE button is
pressed.
RE
REPEAT
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
DIO
AU
OFF
TU R
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
SW MODE
MUTING
DIMMER
MEMORY CLEAR
PHONES
VOL
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
SP A
5
6
CH SEL
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
Selecting the number of speaker channels
Unit only
SPEAKER SETUP
Press SPEAKER SETUP repeatedly
to select the number of channels
for the SPEAKERS A system.
Setting the Subwoofer Mode
Unit
Press SUBWOOFER MODE on the
unit or SW MODE on the remote
controller.
SUBWOOFER
MODE
Although “SmartConfig” may appear in the
display, do not select “SmartConfig” in this
step.
Within three seconds, press the button
repeatedly. The number of channels
changes as follows (the corresponding
speaker configuration is described in
parentheses):
→ SmartConfig
Do not select this in this step. If “SP” appears, you can move to the next
setting by pressing SPEAKER SETUP.
↓
Speaker 2ch
(Front left and right speakers)
↓
Speaker 3ch
(Front left, center, and right speakers)
↓
Speaker 4ch
(Front left and right, plus surround left
and right speakers)
↓
Speaker 5ch
(Front left, center, and right, plus
surround left and right speakers)
Remote controller
SW MODE
1
With the first press of the button, you can
check the present setting. Then each press
of the button changes the subwoofer mode
as follows (a tip on how to select the right
subwoofer mode is in parentheses):
→ SW Mode 2
(When large–wideband–front speakers
are connected)
↓
SW Off
(When no subwoofer is connected)
↓
SW Mode 1
(When small–with limited bass signal
handling–front speakers are
connected)
The normal display resumes in three
seconds.
The normal display resumes in three
seconds.
Notes
• The listening mode will automatically be set to
“Stereo” (see page 38) once you set or reset
the number of channels.
• To check the present setting while the normal
display is displayed, press SPEAKER SETUP
once. To change the setting, press the button
repeatedly within three seconds.
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Speaker Setup
Setting the Distance From the Listening Position to Each Speaker
S LE
In the procedure below, select the values which approximate the actual distances.
TUN
STNBY
ON
EP
Before starting the procedure below, measure the distances from each speaker to the
listening position.
For pair speakers such as front left and right speakers, the distance from the listening
position to one speaker should be the same as the distance to the other.
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
U
S
ME N
LE
U
TIT
CH
ENTER
RE
REPEAT
TU R
FM
AM
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
TV
A.C
TR
L
MUTING
DIMMER
VOLUME
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
ON
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
STANDBY
POWER
ON
SURROUND
OFF
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
PHONES
SPEAKER A/B SUBWOOFER
MODE
TEST TONE
DISTANCE
CH SEL Theater-Dimensional
SETUP
DOWN
UP
FM MODE PRESET MEORY
TUNING
DISPLAY
AUDIO DISPLAY
SPEAKER SETUP
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
1,3-5
1,3-5 2-4
2-4
1
ZOOM
TUNER PRESET
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
SP A
5
6
CH SEL
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
Note
Unit
DISTANCE
Press DISTANCE.
9
The distance entry display for the front left
and right speakers appears.
UP/ DOWN
If you selected a speaker configuration with no
center speaker on the page 18 or 19, this step
will be skipped.
SEARCH
Remote
controller
m
DISTANCE
4
5
Unit
DISTANCE
2
Unit
DOWN UP
Remote
controller
Press DOWN/UP on the unit or
UP /DOWN on the remote
controller to select the front left and
right speaker distance.
DOWN UP
m
Remote
controller
m
DISTANCE
5
9
UP/ DOWN
Press DISTANCE, then press
DOWN/UP on the unit or UP /
DOWN on the remote controller
repeatedly to select the surround
left and right speaker distance.
You can select a distance between 0.3 m
and 9 m (1 ft. and 30 ft.).
SEARCH
You cannot enter the following distances:
• Distances longer than the distance set
for the front speakers.
• Distances shorter than the distance
obtained by subtracting “4.5 m (15 ft.)”
from the distance entered for the front
speakers.
Note
3
Unit
DISTANCE
Press DISTANCE, then press
DOWN/UP on the unit or UP /
DOWN on the remote controller
repeatedly to select the center
speaker distance.
m
DISTANCE
5
20
UP/ DOWN
You cannot enter the following distances:
• Distances longer than the distance set
for the front speakers.
• Distances shorter than the distance
obtained by subtracting “1.5 m (5 ft.)”
from the distance entered for the front
speakers.
If you selected a speaker configuration with no
surround speakers on page 18 or 19, this step
will be skipped.
SEARCH
5
DOWN UP
Remote
controller
9
Unit
Press DISTANCE.
The normal display resumes.
DISTANCE
Remote
controller
DISTANCE
5
Adjusting Each Speaker's Relative Volume Balance – Test Tone
Adjust each speaker’s relative volume balance so that the volumes of all speakers’ test
tones sound equal at the listening position.
SLE
STNBY
ON
EP
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
SU
ME N
LE
TIT
CH
RE
REPEAT
TU R
AM
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
FM
U
ENTER
TUN
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
TV
A.C
TR
L
MUTING
DIMMER
VOLUME
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
ON
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
STANDBY
POWER
ON
SURROUND
OFF
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
TUNER PRESET
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
PHONES
SPEAKER A/B SUBWOOFER
MODE
TEST TONE
DISTANCE
CH SEL Theater-Dimensional
SETUP
1,3 2
1
Unit
TEST TONE
Remote controller
TEST TONE
2
UP
FM MODE PRESET MEORY
TUNING
DISPLAY
Each speaker emits the test tone (pink
noise) and the display shows the speaker
emitting the test tone in the following order:
MEMORY CLEAR
1,3
2
2
Center
(Center ch.)
↓
Right
(Front right ch.)
↓
Surr R
(Surround right ch.)
2
ZOOM
SPEAKER SETUP
2
Press TEST TONE.
Left
→
(Front left ch.)
↑
Subwfr
(Subwoofer)
↑
Surr L
←
(Surround left ch.)
DOWN
Unit
CH SEL
DOWN UP
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
Press CH SEL repeatedly to select
the speaker, then press DOWN/
UP on the unit or UP /DOWN
on the remote controller to adjust
the volume level.
The volume level can be adjusted between
–12dB and +12dB.
Remote controller
CH SEL
8
dB
Note
No test tone will be emitted from the speaker
which is not included in the speaker
configuration on page 18 or 19 even if it is
actually connected.
9
UP/ DOWN
SEARCH
3
Unit
TEST TONE
When you have completed the
adjustment by repeating step 2,
press TEST TONE.
The test tone stops and the normal display
resumes.
Remote controller
TEST TONE
2
Note
Even if you don’t press TEST TONE, the test
tone will stop after 10 cycles.
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Basic Operation
Playing DVD Videos / VIDEO CDs / Audio CDs
DVD
Before playing
• DVD Videos, VIDEO CDs, and audio CDs can be played with the DVD
Receiver (see “Playable Discs” on page 9). Do not play anything else.
• When playing DVD videos and VIDEO CDs, turn on the TV and set the TV
to the DVD Receiver’s input.
If you pause a picture for a long while,
the screen saver operates.
To resume normal display, press s.
About the DVD , VCD , and CD marks in the pages related to
DVD video/VIDEO CD/audio CD operation
DVD
VCD
CD
DVD
means “The function or title is related to DVD operation.”
means “The function or title is related to VIDEO CD operation.”
means “The function or title is related to audio CD operation.”
VCD
If the screen on the right
appears – Screen Saver
(You can set this function to Off. See
page 57.)
DVD
To play NTSC discs (Multisystem TV is needed)
VCD
Set “PAL/Auto” to “Auto” using the menu explained in
“Customizing the Function Settings” starting from page 52.
See page 55 for direct information.
CD
Basic Playback
1
If the DVD Player is in standby mode when the button is pressed
Press r.
The DVD Player turns on and the disc tray opens. In this case, it takes
several seconds until the disc tray opens.
The disc tray opens.
2
Place the disc on
the disc tray.
STANDBY/ON
ON
Put the disc in the tray with the label side facing up.
Lit while the input source is
the built-in DVD player.
STANDBY
POWER
There are two different disc sizes. Place the disc in
the correct guide on the disc tray.
ON
OFF
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
CAUTION
Keep your fingers well
clear of the disc tray as
it is closing.
Neglecting to do so may
cause serious personal
injury.
3
AM
STANDBY
POWER
ON
SURROUND
OFF
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
TUNER PRESET
The r (open/close), e (stop), and s (play)
buttons/lamps are lit while the DVD Receiver is
On.
Press s.
One of the indicators, which indicate the digital
sound format of the playing source, lights.
DVD
If a title menu appears on the TV screen
VCD
The DVD video has a title menu, or the VIDEO CD is
equipped with the PBC (Playback Control) function.
Follow steps 2 and 3 in “Locating a title using the title
menu” on page 25.
For details about the PBC function, see “About VIDEO
CDs” on page 9. To start playback with or without using
the PBC function, see page 59.
DVD
DOLBY DIGITAL, DTS, MPEG (for MPEG2 sound),
PCM (2 channel digital stereo)
DOLBY DIGITAL
VOLUME
INPUT
The disc tray closes and playback starts.
If you press r to close the tray after step 2, playback
may automatically start depending on the disc.
DTS
MPEG PCM
If a sound selection menu appears on the TV
screen
See “Enjoying the Sound Effects” on page 34 for details of
the sound systems. Select the appropriate sound using /
/ / , then press ENTER (see the illustration of the
remote controller on the opposite page).
For example, if you need to select either “DTS” or “Stereo,”
select “DTS” since the DVD Receiver is able to reproduce
DTS (Digital Theater System) Surround sound.
DVD
The type of the inserted disc lights.
For the other information that appears in
the display, see pages 50 and 51.
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FM
STANDBY/ON
ON
CD
If the sound is not reproduced from the beginning
of the disc
See the first note in the lower right corner of the opposite page.
DVD
Tip to obtain a higher quality picture
Before operating the remote
controller
Occasionally, some picture noise not usually visible during a
normal broadcast may appear on the TV screen while
playing a DVD video because the high resolution pictures on
these discs include a lot of information. While the amount of
noise depends on the TV you use, you should generally
adjust the TV to reduce sharpness when viewing DVD
videos.
Press MODE DVD.
DVD
VCD
3
To remove the disc
DVD
VCD
CD
S LE
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
NG MODE
I
U
N
E
A
T
LIS
T–D
EO
STER
Remove the disc after the disc tray opens completely.
After removing the disc, be sure to press the button again to close
the tray.
CH
RE
Press
CD
To start playback, press s.
DVD
To play frame by frame
Press
repeatedly during pause. Each time you press
picture advances one frame.
To resume normal playback, press s.
MEN
U
LE
TUR
VOL
UP
SET CR
T V/V
N
A–B
MUTING
DIMMER
3
(remote controller only) during playback.
VCD
A.C
TR
L
ENTER
TUN
REPEAT
VCD
TV
RR
SU
TIT
DVD
STNBY
ON
EP
Press r to open the disc tray.
To pause playback (still mode)
DVD
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
ZOOM
, the
Note
The sound is muted during still mode and frame by frame playback.
MEMORY CLEAR
1
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
To stop playback
DVD
VCD
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
CD
Press e.
When you press s to restart playback, playback starts from the
location where you stopped playback because the location index is
stored in memory.
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / --REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC-437M
Note
The location where playback resumes may vary depending on the disc or the
stopped scene.
Resuming playback from the beginning
Press e again after stopping playback to clear the location index memory,
then press s to start playback.
DVD
Playback starts from the beginning of the current title.
To start playback from the beginning of the DVD video, open and close
the disc tray (press r twice), then press s to start playback.
VCD
Playback starts from the beginning of the disc.
CD
Note
The location index memory will also be cleared when:
• The power cord (mains lead) is unplugged,
• The DVD Receiver has entered standby mode,
• The disc tray is opened,
• The parental lock setting is changed (see page 58) or a disc menu language
is selected (see page 54), or
• The other input source is selected.
Notes
• When you start playing a CD, the sound may not be
reproduced briefly while the DVD Receiver recognizes
the sound system (DTS Surround or PCM). If this
happens, stop playback by pressing e twice, then press
s to restart playback. The sound will be reproduced
from the beginning of the disc.
• Do not move the DVD Receiver during playback. Doing
so may damage the disc.
• Use r on the remote controller or DVD Receiver to open
and close the disc tray. Do not touch the disc tray while it
is moving. Doing so may cause the DVD Receiver to
malfunction.
• Do not press down on the disc tray or put any objects
other than playable discs on the disc tray. Doing so may
cause the DVD Receiver to malfunction.
• In many instances, a menu screen appears when
playback of a movie is complete. Prolonged display of an
on-screen menu may damage your television set,
permanently etching that image onto its screen. To avoid
this, be sure to press e once the movie is complete.
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Playing DVD Videos / VIDEO CDs / Audio CDs
DVD
To play in fast forward or fast reverse
VCD
CD
LE A R N
SEND
Press f (Fast Forward) or d (Fast Reverse) during playback.
DVD
The playback speed becomes two times the normal speed.
Each press of the same button changes the playback speed as follows:
Two times
the normal speed
×2
Eight times
the normal speed
×8
→
←
TV screen
30 times
the normal speed
S LE
× 30
→
←
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
Notes
• No sound is reproduced and no subtitles appear during fast forward or reverse
playback.
• The ×2, ×8, and ×30 speeds are only approximate speeds. These speeds may
vary slightly from disc to disc.
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
NG MODE
I
U
N
E
A
T
LIS
T–D
EO
STER
R
R
SU
TIT
CD
With each press of the same button, the playback speed alternates with
the other as follows:
To check the marks on the
right while playing a CD, When f
turn on the TV and set the is pressed
TV to the DVD Receiver’s
input.
A.C
TR
L
ENTER
TUN
RE
TV screen
REPEAT
FF1
TV
MEN
U
LE
CH
VCD
STNBY
ON
EP
FF2
TUR
VOL
UP
SET CR
T V/V
N
A–B
MUTING
DIMMER
→
←
Note
No sound is reproduced
When d
and no subtitles appear
is pressed
while playing back a
VIDEO CD, whereas the
sound is reproduced while
playing back an audio CD.
FR1
FR2
→
←
To resume normal playback, press s.
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
ZOOM
MEMORY CLEAR
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
DVD
To play in slow-motion
VCD
Press
during playback.
Each press of the button changes the slow-motion speed as follows:
1/2
the normal speed
1/4
the normal speed
1/2
TV screen
1/8
the normal speed
1/4
→
←
1/8
2
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
Note
The sound is muted during slow-motion playback.
To resume normal playback, press s.
To use the following functions, see page 32.
• Turning on/off the SPEAKERS A/SPEAKERS B Systems
• Adjusting the Volume
• Muting the Sound
• Listening Through Headphones
• Controlling the Brightness of the Lights on the DVD Receiver
• Using the Sleep Timer
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6
REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC-437M
→
←
Various Functions While Playing Discs
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
Enjoying the Sound Effects
See page 34.
Locating a Specific Title/Chapter/Track/Location
SLE
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
SU
MENU
Normally, DVD videos are divided
into titles, and the titles are
subdivided into chapters.
VIDEO CDs and audio CDs are
divided into tracks.
DVD video
Title 1
STNBY
ON
EP
TITLE
Title 2
/ / /
/ENTER
Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3
ME N
LE
TIT
CH
TV
A.C
TR
L
U
ENTER
TUN
RE
REPEAT
TU R
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
MUTING
DIMMER
s
You can quickly locate any
specific title, chapter, or track.
VIDEO CD/Audio CD
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
Track 5
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
Number buttons
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
SEARCH
DVD
Locating a title using the title menu
If a DVD video contains a title menu, you can locate a
specific title using the title menu function.
1
Remote controller
only
LE
TIT
DVD
If a DVD video contains the numbers corresponding to the
titles and chapters, you can locate a specific chapter in a
specific title directly by entering the numbers.
Press TITLE. (Depending on the
DVD video, press MENU.)
The title menu appears on the TV screen.
1
Press SEARCH.
Remote controller
only
Example of a title menu.
TITLE 1
Locating a specific title and chapter by
entering the numbers
TITLE 2
SEARCH
Make sure that the number next to “Title:”
is highlighted. (You can shift the highlight
using / .)
e.g.
1
T i t l e:
Chapter :
TITLE 3
2
Press the number button(s) to enter
the title number for the desired title.
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
Press / / /
you want.
ENTER
3
to select the title
If the titles in the title
menu are assigned a
number, you can also
directly locate a specific
title by entering its
assigned number using
the number buttons.
4
SP A
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
2
3
5
4
5
CH SEL
7
8
SP B
T– D SETUP
+10
0
e.g. To select title 2
6
CH SEL
7
8
SP B
T– D SETUP
+10
0
9
2
T i t l e:
2
Chapter :
1
T i t l e: 1 2
Chapter :
1
-- / ---
To select title 12
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
SP A
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
6
9
1
2
-- / ---
If you do not need to change the chapter
number appearing below the title number,
skip steps 3 and 4 and go to step 5.
Press ENTER.
ENTER
1
TITLE 4
The DVD Receiver starts playback from
chapter 1 of the selected title.
3
Press to highlight the number
next to “Chapter:.”
ENTER
Notes
• The instructions above describe basic procedures which may vary
depending on the contents of the DVD video. If different
instructions appear on the TV screen, follow those instructions.
• If you display the title menu during playback and press TITLE
again without selecting any title, the DVD Receiver usually
resumes playback from the point where you first pressed TITLE.
(There may be exceptional cases depending on the discs.)
• This method of locating a title is available only on a disc that
contains a title menu.
• Instruction notes of discs may refer to the button that displays the
title menu as “TOP MENU.”
2
T i t l e:
Chapter :
1
(Continued on next page.)
25
Playing DVD Videos/VIDEO CDs/Audio CDs
4
Press the number button(s) to enter
the chapter number for the desired
chapter.
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
Locating a specific track directly
VCD
CD
You can locate the desired track by entering the number.
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
SP B
T– D SETUP
+10
0
e.g. To select chapter 25
1
9
2
5
Remote controller
only
Title:
2
25
Chapter :
-- / ---
Press the number button(s) to enter
the track number for the desired
track.
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
e.g. To select track 25
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
5
Press s.
The DVD Receiver starts playback from
the selected chapter in the selected title.
5
CH SEL
2
6
7
8
SP B
T– D SETUP
+10
0
• To enter a number between 10 and 99, you can also use
(plus ten button) as follows:
+10
5
5
Track : 2 5
9
-- / ---
2
Notes
+10
4
SP A
Press s.
The DVD Receiver starts playback from
the selected track.
+10
Title:
2
25
Chapter :
Notes
• This location method is available only on a disc that contains the
numbers corresponding to the titles and chapters.
• To cancel the entered title and chapter numbers, press CLEAR
before pressing s. The tile and chapter numbers in step 1 will be
displayed.
• To close the Title/Chapter display, press SEARCH several times
(the number of times you press SEARCH varies depending on the
disc).
26
• To enter a number between 10 and 99, you can also use
(plus ten button) as follows:
+10
+10
+10
5
Track : 2 5
• To cancel the entered track number, press CLEAR before pressing
s. The current track number will be displayed.
SLE
STNBY
ON
EP
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
SU
ME N
LE
TIT
CH
TV
A.C
TR
L
U
ENTER
TUN
RE
REPEAT
s
TU R
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
MUTING
DIMMER
q/w
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
FM
AM
STANDBY
POWER
ON
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
VOLUME
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
ON
SURROUND
OFF
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
CLEAR
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
MEMORY CLEAR
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
TUNER PRESET
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
Number buttons
q/w
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
SEARCH
DVD
Locating a specific chapter or track
consecutively
CD
You can locate consecutive chapters or tracks.
Remote controller
DVD
Locating a specific location by
entering the time
VCD
Press q or w (repeatedly) to
select the chapter or track you wish
to start playing
Press q once to start playback from
the beginning of the current chapter or
track.
Unit
1
Press SEARCH twice.
Remote controller
only
SEARCH
You may need to press the button more
than twice (depending on the disc) until
the following display appears.
Time - : - - : - -
2
Press the number buttons to enter
the location’s time.
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
TUNER PRESET
CD
You can locate a specific location by entering its
corresponding time (hours, minutes, and seconds).
Press q repeatedly to select the former
chapters or tracks in reverse order.
Press w repeatedly to select the next
chapter or track in order.
VCD
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
7
8
SP B
T– D SETUP
+10
0
6
9
The entered number appears on the right
end of the field, then shifts to the left each
time the next number is entered.
e.g.
1
2
5
3
0
-- / ---
Hours
Notes
• Some title may not display chapter numbers.
• When you set “Title Stop” to “Off” (see page 59), you can locate
consecutive chapters in another title. If you go back to the
preceding title by pressing q, the DVD Receiver locates the first
chapter of the title. When “Title Stop” is set to “On,” you can locate
consecutive chapters only within the current title.
• If you select the chapter or track during pause (while in still mode),
you need to press s to start playback.
Minutes
Seconds
Time 1:25:30
Note
If the location time you enter exceeds the total
playing time of the disc, the setting will be
cancelled.
3
Press s.
The DVD Receiver starts playback from
the entered location.
Notes
• You can also use +10 (plus ten button) to add ten to the hours,
minutes, or seconds.
• Some discs may not respond to this procedure.
• Some scenes may not be located precisely.
• This method for accessing specific locations is available only
within the current title of the DVD video or within the current track
of the VIDEO CD/audio CD.
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Listening to the Radio
There are two ways to select radio stations:
• Manual tuning
• Presetting radio stations then selecting the preset
channels
Tuning in a weak frequency (only for FM stations)
Tuning Manually
When you tune in a stereo FM station, the FM ST indicator lights up
if the signal is sufficiently strong.
FM MUTE
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
FM
AM
VOLUME
FM ST
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
ON
STANDBY
POWER
ON
SURROUND
OFF
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
TUNER PRESET
SPEAKER A/B SUBWOOFER
MODE
PHONES
Press the
lower part of
the cover to
open.
ON
TEST TONE
DISTANCE
CH SEL Theater-Dimensional
SETUP
DOWN
UP
FM MODE PRESET MEORY
FM MODE
OFF
TUNING
DISPLAY
SPEAKER SETUP
2 1
The corresponding indicator is lit
while the input source is FM or AM.
ON
If the signal is weak, you may not be able to tune to the station.
In this case, press FM MODE. The FM MUTE indicator goes off.
Then select the station to which you want to listen.
(At this time, the station will be in mono and interstation noise will
be heard.)
OFF
Unit Only
PHONES
FM MODE
1
Unit
INPUT
Turn INPUT to select the band (FM
or AM).
Presetting Radio Stations
e.g. When FM is selected.
You can preset up to 30 stations.
ch
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
You can also select the band with the remote
controller. See next page.
Unit only
TUNING
AM
Press TUNING
frequency.
/
VOLUME
INPUT
STANDBY
POWER
ON
SURROUND
OFF
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
TUNER PRESET
PHONES
2
FM
STANDBY/ON
ON
Note
SPEAKER A/B SUBWOOFER
MODE
to select the
TEST TONE
DISTANCE
CH SEL Theater-Dimensional
SETUP
3
DOWN
UP
FM MODE PRESET MEORY
TUNING
DISPLAY
SPEAKER SETUP
2,4
Appears when a broadcast is received.
1
Tune in the radio station you wish
to preset (see steps in the left
column of this page).
ch
• The frequency changes in 50 kHz steps
in FM and 9 kHz in AM each time you
press TUNING
/ .
• In FM, if either of the buttons is held
continuously for more than 0.5
seconds during manual tuning, the
frequencies are scanned automatically
–– FM auto tuning mode. When a
broadcast is received, scanning stops.
2
Unit only
PRESET MEORY
Press PRESET MEMORY.
The MEMORY indicator lights and the
preset number starts flashing in the display.
MEMORY
ch
3
TUNER PRESET
While the MEMORY indicator is lit
(for about 8 seconds), press TUNER
PRESET / to select the preset
number.
MEMORY
ch
4
PRESET MEORY
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Press PRESET MEMORY.
The radio station is registered to the
preset channel.
To register another preset station, repeat
steps 1 to 4.
Selecting Preset Stations
Erasing a Preset Station
Before selecting preset stations, you need to preset the radio
stations. See “Presetting Radio Stations” on the previous
page.
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
SLE
1
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
U
S
ME N
LE
U
TIT
CH
RE
FM
AM
STANDBY
POWER
ON
SURROUND
OFF
TU R
N
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
TUNER PRESET
SPEAKER A/B SUBWOOFER
MODE
TEST TONE
DISTANCE
CH SEL Theater-Dimensional
SETUP
DOWN
UP
FM MODE PRESET MEORY
TUNING
DISPLAY
SPEAKER SETUP
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
A–B
VOLUME
VOLUME
INPUT
1
TV
A.C
TR
L
ENTER
TUN
REPEAT
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
AM
STANDBY/ON
ON
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
PHONES
2
FM
STNBY
ON
EP
2,3
MUTING
DIMMER
INPUT
SURROUND
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
ZOOM
Select the preset channel you wish
to erase (see steps in the left
column of this page).
TUNER PRESET
MEMORY CLEAR
2
1
The corresponding indicator is lit
while the input source is FM or AM.
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
2
-- / ---
Unit only
Press PRESET MEMORY.
“Erase?” appears in the display.
PRESET MEORY
1
Remote
controller
ch
INPUT SELECTOR
3
PRESET MEORY
Unit
INPUT
Press INPUT SELECTOR / on
the remote controller or turn INPUT
on the unit to switch the input
source to the tuner.
“FM” or “AM” appears in the display.
The band selected in this step will not
affect the next step.
Remote
controller
The selected preset channel will be
erased.
Various Functions While Listening to
Radio Programs
ch
2
While “Erase?” is displayed (for
about 8 seconds), press PRESET
MEMORY again.
Press CH TUN +/– on the remote
controller or TUNER PRESET /
on the unit repeatedly to select the
preset number of the desired radio
station.
To use the following functions, see page 32.
• Turning on/off the SPEAKERS A/SPEAKERS B Systems
• Adjusting the Volume
• Muting the Sound
• Listening Through Headphones
• Controlling the Brightness of the Lights on the DVD Receiver
• Using the Sleep Timer
CH
TUN
ch
Enjoying the Sound Effects While
Listening to the Radio Programs
Note
Unit
If you press MODE TV before pressing
CH TUN +/–, the remote controller doesn’t
operate (see page 31).
In this case, press other MODE buttons
such as MODE AUDIO.
See page 34.
TUNER PRESET
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SLE
1
Playing the Connected Source
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
U
S
ME N
LE
U
TIT
CH
You may need to see “Connecting to a TV”
on page 10 and “Connecting to Audio/Video
Equipment” on page 11 while following the
steps in this section.
RE
REPEAT
TU R
FM
AM
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
TV
A.C
TR
L
ENTER
TUN
This section shows you how to play the
sources connected to the DVD Receiver.
STNBY
ON
EP
MUTING
DIMMER
VOLUME
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
ON
STANDBY
POWER
ON
SURROUND
OFF
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
TUNER PRESET
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
1
1
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
1
Remote
controller
Unit
INPUT
About digital sound
INPUT SELECTOR
Press INPUT SELECTOR / on
the remote controller or turn INPUT
on the unit to select one of the
following input sources:
• VIDEO 1
• VIDEO 2
• TV/LINE
• TAPE/MD
The selected input source appears in the
multipurpose display. Also the selected
input source indicator is lit until the DVD
Receiver is switched to another input
source.
If the equipment is digitally connected to the DVD Receiver,
the sound from the digital input will automatically be selected
and reproduced instead of the analog sound as explained
below.
• When the VIDEO 1 source is selected, the digital sound
from the VIDEO 1 DIGITAL INPUT (OPT) connector is
reproduced.
• When the VIDEO 2 source is selected, the digital sound
from the VIDEO 2 DIGITAL INPUT (COAX) connector is
reproduced.
When the digital sound is reproduced, the DOLBY DIGITAL,
DTS, or PCM (2 channel digital stereo) indicator lights up
according to the received sound system in the DVD
Receiver’s display.
DOLBY DIGITAL DTS
DOLBY DIGITAL
DTS
PCM
PCM
e.g. The display when VIDEO 1 is selected.
Note
The DVD Receiver only reproduces DOLBY DIGITAL, DTS, and
PCM sound formats from connected equipment.
e.g. The input source indicators when VIDEO 1
is selected.
VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
2
Start playing the selected source.
Enjoying the picture with the sound of
another source
Play the VIDEO 2 source and select TAPE/MD, FM, AM, or
TV/LINE. Then you can enjoy the VIDEO 2 picture and the
sound from the selected input source at the same time.
Various Functions While Playing the
Connected Source
To use the following functions, see page 32.
• Turning on/off the SPEAKERS A/SPEAKERS B Systems
• Adjusting the Volume
• Muting the Sound
• Listening Through Headphones
• Controlling the Brightness of the Lights on the DVD Receiver
• Using the Sleep Timer
Enjoying the Sound Effects While
Playing the Connected Source
See page 34.
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Operating the TV and Onkyo MD Recorder/Cassette Tape Deck With the Supplied
Remote Controller
Operate your TV
To operate the Onkyo MD
recorder
First, let the remote controller learn the TV
remote control signals (see page 63).
No z connection is needed.
Point the remote controller directly toward
the TV when you want to operate this
equipment.
Point the remote controller directly
toward the MD recorder when you want
to operate this equipment.
Operating the Onkyo
cassette tape deck
First, connect the cassette tape deck to
the DVD Receiver with the z cable
(see page 12).
Point the remote controller toward the
DVD Receiver when you want to operate
this equipment.
TV
Press MODE TV first.
TA/MD
Press MODE TA/MD first.
You can program the TV remote control
buttons’ signals to the buttons
shadowed in the illustration below.
S LE
STNBY
ON
EP
S LE
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
NG MODE
AU ISTENI
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
U
S
MEN
LE
U
TIT
CH
STNBY
ON
EP
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TV
A.C
TR
L
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
NG MODE
I
U
N
E
A
T
LIS
T–D
EO
STER
R
R
SU
TIT
ENTER
TUN
LE A R N
SEND
LE A R N
SEND
VOL
CH
TV
A.C
TR
L
MEN
U
LE
ENTER
TUN
MD recorder
Cassette tape deck
Play
Play
Repeat mode
–
q
w
Down
Up
Rewind
Fast forward
d
f
Fast Reverse
Fast Forward
VOL
s
RE
REPEAT
TUR
RE
UP
SET CR
T V/V
N
A–B
MUTING
REPEAT
TUR
UP
SET CR
T V/V
N
A–B
DIMMER
MUTING
DIMMER
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
ZOOM
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
ZOOM
MEMORY CLEAR
AUDIO DISPLAY
2
3
2
3
4
5
CH SEL
9
7
8
9
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
0
SEARCH
+10
0
SEARCH
5
CH SEL
7
8
SP B
+10
-- / ---
1
SP A
4
Eject
e
Stop/Cancel
Stop
Pause
Reverse play
o REC
Record
Record/
Recording pause
1–9, 0
+10
--/---
Number buttons
–
AUDIO DISPLAY
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
SP A
r
–
–
Open/Close the tray
(This function is
available only on
some models.)
SW MODE TEST TONE
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
MEMORY CLEAR
REPEAT
6
6
-- / ---
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Various Functions Common to all the Sources
r, e, s lamps (buttons)
Display
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
Press lower
part of the
cover to open.
ON
FM
AM
VOLUME
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
ON
OFF
STANDBY
POWER
ON
ON
SURROUND
OFF
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
TUNER PRESET
SPEAKER A/B SUBWOOFER
MODE
OFF
PHONES
TEST TONE
DISTANCE
CH SEL Theater-Dimensional
SETUP
DOWN
UP
FM MODE PRESET MEORY
TUNING
DISPLAY
SPEAKER SETUP
PHONES
PHONES jack SPEAKER A/B
Turning on/off the SPEAKERS A/
SPEAKERS B Systems
You can turn on or off the speaker systems connected to the
SPEAKERS A and SPEAKERS B connectors individually.
Note
MASTER VOLUME
Adjusting the Volume
The volume of the front left and right, center, surround left
and right, and subwoofer speakers will be adjusted at the
same time.
When headphones are connected (see next page), you can
adjust the volume of the sound through the headphones.
If you turn on the SPEAKERS B system, the SPEAKERS A system
also reproduces stereo sound automatically. (The listening mode is
set to “Stereo.” See page 38.)
Even if you turn off the SPEAKER B system later, the listening mode
remains to “Stereo” until you select another listening mode.
Operating with the remote controller
Press VOL
The lit SP A and SP B indicators indicate the
corresponding speaker systems are On.
/
.
VOL
SP A B
Operating with the unit
Operating with the remote controller
SP A
7
SP B
+10
Turn VOLUME clockwise to
increase the volume, or
counterclockwise (anticlockwise)
to decrease the volume.
VOLUME
Press SP A to turn on or off the
SPEAKERS A system.
Press SP B to turn on or off the
SPEAKERS B system.
-- / ---
Muting the Sound
Note
It is impossible to turn off both speakers at the same time.
Remote
controller only
MUTING
Operating with the unit
SPEAKER A/B
Press SPEAKER A/B repeatedly.
Each press of the button changes the On/Off
mode as follows:
→ Only the SPEAKERS A system turns on.
↓
Only the SPEAKERS B system turns on.
↓
Both the SPEAKERS A and B systems
turn on.
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Press MUTING.
“Muting” appears in the multipurpose display
for about three seconds. Also the MUTING
indicator flashes in the display during the
muting mode.
MUTING
To restore the sound, press MUTING again.
Tip
If you turn off the unit during muting, and turn it on again, the sound
will be restored.
SLEEP
SLE
STNBY
ON
EP
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
Correlation between the MODE buttons and operation
buttons explained on pages 32 and 33.
Operation
buttons
SLEEP
VOL /
MUTING
DIMMER
SP A
SP B
AUDIO
×
×
×
×
×
×
MODE buttons
DVD
TA/MD
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
–
*2
*3
*2
*3
TV
–
*1
*1
–
–
–
Listening Through Headphones
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
U
S
ME N
LE
U
TIT
×
Operates the function explained on
pages 32 and 33.
– Does not operate.
*1 If the button is programmed (see
page 63), it operates the TV.
If the button is not programmed, it
doesn’t operate.
*2 Functions as one of the number
buttons to operate the built-in DVD
player.
*3 Functions as one of the number
buttons to operate the Onkyo MD
recorder.
VOL
/
CH
ENTER
TUN
RE
MUTING
TV
A.C
TR
L
REPEAT
TU R
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
MUTING
DIMMER
DIMMER
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
SP A
SP B
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
Using the Sleep Timer
Connect the plug of the stereo headphones to the
PHONES jack on the DVD Receiver.
Remote
controller only
STANDBY/ON
ON
STANDBY
POWER
ON
OFF
S LE
EP
Press SLEEP.
“Sleep 90min” appears in the multipurpose
display for about five seconds, which means
the DVD Receiver will turn off and enter
standby mode in 90 minutes. Also the SLEEP
indicator is lit in the display while the sleep
timer is On.
PHONES
Each press of the button makes the
remaining time shorter by 10 minutes.
Notes
• The speakers will not reproduce sound while headphones are
connected.
• The listening mode is set to “Stereo” after connecting the
headphones to the PHONES jack.
• When you disconnect the headphones, the listening mode returns
to the previous mode.
Checking the remaining time
Press SLEEP while the Sleep Timer is On.
If you press SLEEP while the remaining time is displayed,
the remaining time is reduced by 10 minutes.
Canceling the Sleep Timer
Controlling the Brightness of the
Lights on the DVD Receiver
Remote
controller only
DIMMER
Press SLEEP repeatedly until the SLEEP indicator goes
off.
Press DIMMER.
Each press of the button changes the
brightness as follows:
→ The display becomes less bright.
↓
The display is dimmed.
↓
The display is dimmed, and the r (open/
close), e (stop), and s (play) lamps
(buttons) go off (see page 22).
↓
The display resumes the original
brightness and the r, e, and s lamps
(buttons) light.
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Enjoying the Sound Effects
The surround sound of the DVD Receiver enables you to enjoy the presence of a movie theater or concert hall in your room.
Before using any sound effect, make sure the Speaker Setup configurations have been set (see page 17).
The speaker configuration is very important for the surround sound. See "Connecting Speakers" on page 13 and "Positioning
Speakers" on page 12.
Following are the sound systems the DVD Receiver can reproduce.
DOLBY DIGITAL Surround and DTS (Digital
Theater System) Surround
Minimum required speaker system
Center Speaker
Left front speaker
Right front speaker
Left surround speaker
Right surround speaker
This 5.1 channel digital surround format enables you to
individually play five full-range (20Hz-20kHz) channels (left
and right front, center, and two surround channels) plus an
LFE (Low Frequency Effect) channel for the low-range effect
sound. It will create a realistic sound like that heard in
theaters and concert halls.
DOLBY PRO LOGIC Surround
This surround format consists of four channels (left and right
front, center, and monaural surround channel). This format is
very effective for panning music, conversation, and threedimensional sound movement output from three front
channels. It also simulates the atmosphere and surround
effects of the sound reflected from the side and rear walls of
the theater.
VHS video cassettes, VHS Hi-Fi video cassettes, LDs, and
mark are suitable
DVD videos that have the
sources for this listening mode.
Onkyo's original Digital Signal Processing
(DSP) modes
The DVD Receiver offers the following special Onkyo sound
effects for sources other than Dolby Digital and DTS sounds.
DOLBY DIGITAL Surround
DVD videos that have the
this system.
D I G I T A L
mark are recorded using
To playback DOLBY DIGITAL Surround sound from
connected equipment, you must make the digital connection
in addition to the above speaker configuration.
Orchestra
This mode is suitable for classical and opera music. The
center channel is cut and the surround channels are
emphasized to widen the stereo image. It simulates a natural
reverberation as created in a large hall.
Unplugged
DTS Surround
DVD videos and audio CDs that have the
recorded using this system.
mark are
To playback DTS Surround sound from connected equipment
such as an LD player, you must make the digital connection
in addition to the above speaker configuration.
Notes on DTS Surround
• If you play a DTS Surround encoded disc with the DVD Receiver,
or a DTS encoded disc using a digitally connected player, you may
hear a noise for a short while until the DTS decoder of the DVD
Receiver recognizes the DTS encoded signal and starts operating.
This is not a malfunction.
• If you play a DTS Surround source in fast reverse or fast forward,
pause, or skip a chapter or track, noise may be heard. This is not a
malfunction.
• Even when playback of the DTS Surround source stops and the
DTS signal transmission ends, the DVD Receiver remains in DTS
mode and the DTS indicator remains lit. This is to prevent noise
when you pause, fast forward, fast reverse, or skip a chapter or
track of the playback source. Therefore, if the source switches from
the DTS signal to a PCM (2 channel digital stereo) signal
immediately, the PCM signal may not be played. In such a case,
stop playback for about three seconds, then resume playback.
• Some CD players (if connected to the DVD Receiver) and LD
players may be unable to play DTS Surround sources correctly
even if you connect the player to the DVD Receiver digitally. In
such a case, the digital signals (such as the output level, sampling
frequency, frequency response, etc.) processed by the player
cannot be recognized as DTS data by the DVD Receiver and you
may hear noise instead of the proper sound.
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This mode is suitable for acoustic instrumental sounds,
vocals, and jazz music. By emphasizing the front stereo
image, it simulates the acoustics in front of the stage.
Studio-Mix
This mode is suitable for rock and popular music. Lively
sounds with a powerful acoustic image will make you feel as
if you are in a club.
TV Logic
This mode offers the realistic acoustics of a TV program
being aired in the TV studio. It enhances the entire surround
sound and clarity of conversation.
All Ch Stereo
This mode is useful for background music. The front and
surround channels will create a stereo image.
Theater-Dimensional (T-D)* mode
Correlation between the MODE buttons and operation
The Input
Sources
Available
buttons
explained
on pages 30and
and 31.
Listening Modes
The ideal home theater is realized by the multichannel sound
reproduction with the complete speaker configuration and
speaker positioning described on page 12. However,
sometimes it is difficult to meet all those conditions. In reality,
you may only have front speakers, or not be able to place the
surround speakers in position.
Even if your speaker system is not complete, you can enjoy
the multichannel surround sound by using the TheaterDimensional mode. Theater-Dimensional mode sets the
output channels to generate the most suitable virtual
surround reproduction according to the number of the
speaker channels set in “Speaker Setup” on page 18 or 19.
The importance of the speaker setup
Calibrating each speaker’s sound pressure is essential for
home theater sound reproduction. The same thing can be
said for the virtual surround sound reproduction. Especially
level matching and the time alignment of the two speakers
that reproduce virtual surround signals becomes an even
more important factor than with normal multichannel
reproduction.
For the DVD Receiver, the calibration for the multichannel
reproduction (see speaker distance setting on page 20 and
test tone adjustment on page 21) provides the most
appropriate level matching.
The available listening modes varies depending on the sound
type of the input source. The table below shows the
correlation between the input source types and listening
modes.
(× marked listening modes can be chosen with a particular
type of a source.)
Input Source Signals →
Analog/PCM Dolby Digital
DTS
Possible → Audio cassette, DVD video, DVD video,
sources
audio CD,
LD,
audio CD,
VIDEO CD,
Digital
LD
Record,
Listening
(satellite)
FM
broadcast,
Modes
AM broadcast broadcast
↓
Notes
• For the input sources which include the surround channel signals
like multichannel DOLBY DIGITAL and DTS surround sounds, the
virtual processing is applied to those surround channel signals.
• For the 2 channel input sources, the surround channel elements
are automatically extracted with the DOLBY PRO LOGIC
processing before the virtual processing is applied.
• For the monaural or front 3 channel stereo sources, the virtual
surround effect does not work since those input sources do not
include the surround channel signals.
* Theater-Dimensional is a virtual surround technology
developed by Onkyo. This technology is approved by Dolby
Laboratories for the virtual surround processing of the
Virtual Dolby Digital and Virtual Dolby Surround products.
×
×
Stereo
Theater-Dimensional
DOLBY DIGITAL
DTS
DOLBY PRO LOGIC/
3 Stereo*
Orchestra
Unplugged
Studio-Mix
TV Logic
All Ch Stereo
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
×
* See “Using Dolby Pro Logic/Onkyo’s Original DSP Modes”
on page 38.
Notes
• To reproduce MPEG2 sounds from a DVD video, you need to
change the sound conversion method to “96k Sound” or “PCM.”
See “Reproducing MPEG2 Sounds from DVD Videos” on page 49.
– If you set the sound conversion method to “96k Sound,” then the
listening mode is set to “Stereo.”
– If you set the sound conversion method to “PCM,” then you can
choose the same listening modes as “Analog/PCM” in the above
table.
• The listening mode is set to “Stereo” when the PCM sound whose
sampling frequency is higher than 48kHz is played. Such highresolution sounds are reproduced from sources such as DVD
video.
• If you wish to set the listening mode to “Stereo” when playing DTS
sources, select “Speaker 2ch” by repeating the procedure in
“Selecting the number of speaker channels” on page 19. If any
setting other than “Speaker 2ch” is selected, some sources may
not reproduce desirable sound.
Checking the Sound System of the
Playing Source
The DVD Receiver will automatically detect the sound
), DTS
system when DOLBY DIGITAL Surround (
Surround ( ), MPEG (MPEG2 sounds from the built-in DVD
player), or PCM DIGITAL (2 channel digital stereo) is played
back. The corresponding sound system indicator lights in the
DVD Receiver's display.
D I G I T A L
DOLBY DIGITAL
DTS MPEG
DOLBY DIGITAL
DTS
PCM
MPEG PCM
35
Enjoying the Sound Effects
Choosing Theater-Dimensional Mode
Theater-Dimensional mode is the technology which controls the characteristics of the sounds reaching the listener’s left and right
ears, therefore, there is a sweet spot where you can best experience the Theater-Dimensional effects. You need to adjust the
location of the sweet spot and these other factors for the best possible Theater-Dimensional effect.
Listening angle
(“Lisng. Angle” appears in the
display.)
Left speaker
L
Right speaker
R R
L
Listening
angle
40°
20°
The listening angle is the angle at the listening position where the two lines from the left and
right speakers meet.
You need to adjust the listening angle in the following cases:
• If you set the surround left and right speaker field to “0” on page 18, or
if you set “Speaker 2ch” or “Speaker 3ch” in “Speaker Setup” on page 19.
Consider the listening angle as being formed from the left and right front speakers since the
virtual surround signals are output from the front speakers.
• If you cannot place the surround speakers in the correct position.
– Place each surround speaker on top of or on the outer side of each front speaker of the same side.
– Consider the listening angle as being formed from the left and right surround speakers since
the virtual surround signals are output from the surround speakers.
Set “Lisng. Angle” to one of the following settings, which you feel is most effective (the listening
angles in the parentheses are the ideal degrees):
The longer the distance
between the two speakers is,
the wider the angle is.
• Normal (30°)
• Wide (40°)
• Narrow (20°)
Corner mode
Theater-Dimensional controls the direct sounds from the speakers not the sounds reflected
from the walls. Therefore, if the distances between the speakers and the walls are too short
such as when the speaker system is placed in the corner of the room, and because of it, the
reflected sounds reach the listener’s ears too soon, the reflected sounds interfere with the
virtual surround sounds.
(“Corner” appears in the display.)
Wall
Wall
L
Left
speaker
TV
R
Right
speaker
In such a case, set “Corner” to “On,” then the
CORNER indicator lights up in the display.
This may enhance the sound depending on the
situation.
(The factory setting is “Off,” which is the normal mode.)
CORNER
Note
If the virtual surround sound is not enhanced with the corner mode, change the speaker positioning or
cover the walls with acoustic materials.
Balance mode
(“Balance” appears in the
display.)
Left speaker
Right speaker
The listener should be on the center line between the left and right speakers. But if the situation
does not allow you to sit in such an ideal position, you can adjust the balance.
Set “Balance” to one of the following 11 values, which you feel is most effective:
R+5, R+4, R+3, R+2, R+1, 0, L+1, L+2, L+3, L+4, and L+5.
The following tips may help you select the value:
• If the listener sits on the center line, then the factory setting “0” should be set as the balance, and
• If the listener sits on the right side of the center line towards the front speakers, select “L+.”
If the listener sits on the left side, select “R+.” A larger value should be selected as the
listening position becomes farther from the center line.
R+
L+
R+5→...→R+1→0←L+1←...←L+5
Dialog mode
(“Dialog Mode” appears in the
display.)
Notes
• The effect obtained with the balance adjustment may become less effective compared to the effect you
obtain when you are actually on the center line.
• If the listening position is too far from the center line, the balance adjustment may not be able to correct
the balance completely.
The dialog in the film may sound less clear because of the music or other sounds depending on
the movie or scene.
In such a case, set “Dialog” to “Enhance.” (The factory setting is “Normal” which is the normal mode.)
Notes
• This function emphasizes the dialog in the center channel since the dialog sound, in most films, is allocated to
the center channel. Therefore, if the dialog is not in the center channel, the sound will not be enhanced.
• Depending on the type of source, this mode is not very effective.
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Activating Theater-Dimensional mode
Adjusting Theater-Dimensional mode
See “The Input Sources and Available Listening Modes” on
page 35.
SLE
Press MODE AUDIO first.
STNBY
ON
EP
SLE
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
DIO
AU
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
R
R
SU
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
T-D
TIT
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
R
R
SU
TIT
ME N
LE
ME N
LE
TV
A.C
TR
L
U
TV
A.C
TR
L
CH
ENTER
TUN
VOL
U
RE
CH
ENTER
TUN
STNBY
ON
EP
REPEAT
VOL
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TA
TU R
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
MUTING
DIMMER
STANDBY/ON
ON
RE
REPEAT
TU R
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
MUTING
STANDBY
A–B
DIMMER
POWER
ON
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
FM
AM
SURROUND
OFF
INPUT
SPEAKER A/B SUBWOOFER
MODE
PHONES
SURROUND
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
S
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
TUNER PRESET
VOLUME
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
TUNER PRESET
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
DISTANCE
CH SEL Theater-Dimensional
SETUP
DOWN
UP
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
Theater-Dimensional
(button/indicator)
TEST TONE
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
SP A
5
6
Press the
lower part of
the cover to
open.
ON
ON
2 3
OFF
OFF
CH SEL
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
PHONES
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
2
3
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
-- / ---
Remote controller
T–D
Press T-D on the remote controller
or Theater–Dimensional on the unit.
“Theater-Dimensional” scrolls across in
the display and the Theater-Dimensional
indicator on the unit lights.
1
2
Activate Theater-Dimensional (see
the steps in the left column of this
page).
Remote
controller
T– D SETUP
0
Unit
Theater-Dimensional
Press T-D SETUP on the remote
controller or Theater-Dimensional
SET UP on the unit repeatedly to
select the Theater-Dimensional
item (see on the previous page).
Theater-Dimensional
Unit
Theater-Dimensional
SETUP
→ Lisng. Angle
↓
Corner
↓
Balance
↓
Dialog Mode
↓
The normal display resumes.
Notes
• Theater-Dimensional mode cannot be activated if;
– The sound is muted (see page 32),
– Headphones are connected (see page 33),
– SPEAKERS B system is On (see page 32), or
– The source is PCM sound with a sampling frequency higher than
48kHz.
• Theater-Dimensional mode will be canceled and the TheaterDimensional indicator goes off when:
– Another listening mode is chosen (see page 38), or
– The input source is switched to a type of source which TheaterDimensional mode cannot process.
Each press of the button changes the item
as follows:
3
Remote
controller
9
UP/ DOWN
SEARCH
Unit
Press UP /DOWN on the remote
controller or DOWN/UP on the
unit to select the setting of the
item.
• To change the setting of another item,
repeat steps 2 and 3.
• To end the Theater-Dimensional setup,
press T-D SETUP on the remote
controller or Theater-Dimensional on the
unit repeatedly until the normal display
resumes.
DOWN UP
37
Enjoying the Sound Effects
Using Dolby Pro Logic/
Onkyo’s Original DSP Modes
Changing the Sound to Stereo
See “The Input Sources and Available Listening Modes” on
page 35.
SLE
STNBY
ON
EP
See “The Input Sources and Available Listening Modes” on
page 35.
SLE
SURR
CH
ME N
LE
RE
REPEAT
TU R
AM
STEREO
TIT
CH
VOL
RE
MUTING
REPEAT
DIMMER
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
FM
AM
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
ZOOM
MEMORY CLEAR
SURROUND
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
TUNER PRESET
AUDIO DISPLAY
1
SURROUND
2
4
5
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SP A
CH SEL
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
Press SURR on the remote
controller or SURROUND on the
unit to choose “Dolby Pro Logic” or
the DSP mode.
The current listening mode appears in the
display when the button is pressed once,
then each press of the button changes the
listening mode as follows:
Dolby Pro Logic* →
↑
All Ch Stereo
↑
TV Logic
←
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
Orchestra
↓
Unplugged
↓
Studio-Mix
* – Suitable for Dolby Surround sources
– In the display, “Pro Logic” appears and the
DOLBY PRO LOGIC indicator lights up.
DOLBY PRO LOGIC
– “3 Stereo” appears instead of “Pro Logic”
if the surround left and right speaker field
is set to “0” on page 18, or if “Speaker
3ch” is selected on page 19.
“3 Stereo” stands for DOLBY 3 STEREO.
– Skipped if both the center speaker field
and surround left and right speaker
field are set to “0” on page 18, or if
“Speaker 2ch” is selected on page 19.
A tip to apply a DSP mode to the DOLBY DIGITAL Surround
sound of a DVD video
You can change the format of the sound signal being output to the
speakers and output jacks using the menu (see page 48).
This means, for example, even if DOLBY DIGITAL Surround sound
is played by the DVD Receiver, you can output sound to the
speakers in the 48 kHz/16 bit format, which lets you to use the DSP
sound effects instead of DOLBY DIGITAL Surround.
38
MUTING
DIMMER
SW MODE TEST TONE
3
6
STEREO
-- / ---
Unit
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
MEMORY CLEAR
SW MODE TEST TONE
SURROUND
VOL
VOLUME
OPEN/CLOSE
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
RR
SU
U
INPUT
TUNER PRESET
Remote controller
TU R
A–B
VOLUME
REC
ME N
LE
TV
A.C
TR
L
ENTER
TUN
INPUT
SURROUND
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
R
R
SU
U
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
FM
TV
A.C
TR
L
ENTER
TUN
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
R
R
SU
TIT
STNBY
ON
EP
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
Remote controller
EO
STER
Press STEREO.
In the display, “Stereo” appears and the
STEREO indicator lights up.
STEREO
Unit
STEREO
Adjusting Each Speaker's Relative Volume Balance Temporarily
You can readjust each speaker's relative volume balance
according to your preference while listening to the sound.
SLE
Press MODE AUDIO first.
The adjusted values will return to the values set on page 21
when the DVD Receiver enters standby mode, or the main
power is switched off unless you save the values.
STNBY
ON
EP
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
DIO
AU
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
U
S
ME N
LE
U
TIT
CH
ENTER
TUN
RE
REPEAT
TU R
FM
AM
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
TV
A.C
TR
L
MUTING
DIMMER
VOLUME
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
ON
STANDBY
POWER
ON
SURROUND
OFF
PHONES
Press the lower
part of the cover to
open.
1
Remote controller
CH SEL
8
Unit
CH SEL
ON
OFF
ON
SPEAKER A/B SUBWOOFER
MODE
TEST TONE
DISTANCE
TEST TONE
OFF
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
TUNER PRESET
CH SEL Theater-Dimensional
SETUP
1,2
MEMORY CLEAR
DOWN
UP
FM MODE PRESET MEORY
TUNING
DISPLAY
SPEAKER SETUP
TEST TONE
1,2
2
2
PHONES
(Checking each speaker’s relative
volume balance)
While playing the source, press CH
SEL repeatedly.
Each press of the button changes the
speaker which outputs the sound and the
selected speaker appears in the display in
the following order:
Left (Front left ch.)
↓
Center (Center ch.)
↓
Right (Front right ch.)
↓
Surr R (Surround right ch.)
↓
Surr L (Surround left ch.)
↓
Subwfr (Subwoofer)
↓
Speaker volume adjustment mode off
2
Remote controller
CH SEL
8
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
(Adjusting each speaker’s relative
volume balance)
Press CH SEL repeatedly to select
the speaker, then press UP /
DOWN on the remote controller
or DOWN/UP on the unit to
adjust the volume level.
The volume level can be adjusted
between –12dB and +12dB.
9
UP/ DOWN
Repeat this step to change another
speaker’s volume balance.
SEARCH
Unit
CH SEL
DOWN UP
dB
Note
Any speaker that is not included in the speaker
configuration on page 18 or 19 is not selected
even if it is actually connected.
Saving the adjusted values
Remote controller
Press TEST TONE.
TEST TONE
2
Unit
TEST TONE
39
Enjoying the Sound Effects
Using the LATE NIGHT/FRONT EFFECT
Function
• The LATE NIGHT function operates when the sound is
DOLBY DIGITAL Surround.
If you play a movie at low volume at night, set this function
to “Low” or “High” to narrow the dynamic range of the
sound and make it easier to hear.
Boosting the Super Bass Sounds/High
Frequency Sounds
You can enjoy more dynamic sounds by boosting the super
bass/high frequency sounds, even with decreased volume.
SLE
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
• The FRONT EFFECT function operates with DSP
modes other than All Ch Stereo.
If you use one of the DSP sound effects with a source
containing acoustic reverberation, the sound may become
unclear because of too much reverberation. In such case,
set this function to “Off.” The DSP sound effect will not add
additional reverberation to the sound output to the three
front speakers.
SLE
A.CTRL
CH
RE
REPEAT
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
DIO
AU
TIT
CH
ME N
LE
RE
REPEAT
TU R
OPEN/CLOSE
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
1
2
ACOUSTIC CONTROL
(button/indicator)
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
3
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
MUTING
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
SLOW
A.C
TR
L
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
Unit
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
Press LATE NIGHT.
The current setting appears in the display.
To change the setting, press the button
repeatedly while the current setting is
displayed.
• When the button is pressed while
DOLBY DIGITAL Surround sound is
being reproduced
“L-Night Low,” “L-Night High,” or “L-Night
Off” can be selected.
Press A.CTRL on the remote
controller or ACOUSTIC CONTROL
on the unit.
Each press of the button changes the
acoustic mode as follows:
→ “A. Ctrl 1” appears in the display and
the ACOUSTIC CONTROL indicator
on the unit lights in orange.
The super bass sounds are boosted.
↓
“A. Ctrl 2” appears in the display and
the ACOUSTIC CONTROL indicator
on the unit lights in green.
The super bass sounds are further
reinforced and the high frequency
sounds are also reinforced.
↓
“A. Ctrl Off” appears in the display
and the ACOUSTIC CONTROL
indicator goes off.
DOLBY DIGITAL
• When the button is pressed while one
of the DSP sound effects is being used
“F-Effect Off” or “F-Effect On” can be
selected.
Note
The LATE NIGHT effect is determined by each DOLBY DIGITAL
sound source. Some sources may produce little or no effect.
40
REC
RANDOM
SW MODE TEST TONE
SW MODE TEST TONE
4
MUTING
DIMMER
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
VOL
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
LATE NIGHT
N
DIMMER
MEMORY CLEAR
Remote controller
only
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
U
RANDOM
1
VOLUME
TV
Remote controller
LATE NIGHT
TU R
VOL
INPUT
A.C
TR
L
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
AM
TUNER PRESET
ENTER
TUN
FM
TV
A.C
TR
L
U
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
A–B
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
Press MODE AUDIO first.
ME N
ENTER
TUN
SURROUND
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
R
R
SU
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
SU
LE
TIT
STNBY
ON
EP
STNBY
ON
EP
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
Advanced DVD/VIDEO CD/Audio CD Operation
SLE
STNBY
ON
EP
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
Playing Repeatedly
TA/MD
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
R
R
SU
DV D
TIT
CH
RE
Press MODE DVD or
MODE AUDIO first
REPEAT
REPEAT
TU R
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
MUTING
DIMMER
A-B
DIO
AU
DVD
U
ENTER
TUN
You can play a specific title, chapter, track, or segment
repeatedly (Title repeat, chapter/track repeat, A-B repeat).
ME N
LE
TV
A.C
TR
L
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
CLEAR
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
DVD
VCD
DVD
CD
Repeating a Title, Chapter, or Track
You can play the same title, chapter, or track repeatedly
(Title, chapter/track repeat).
1
Select the title, chapter, or track
you want to repeat. (See pages 25
to 27.)
VCD
Repeating a Specific Segment
You can play a specific segment repeatedly (A-B repeat).
1
Remote controller
only
A–B
2
Press REPEAT.
Remote controller
only
The REPEAT indicator lights up in the
DVD Receiver’s display.
REPEAT
Each time you press REPEAT, the repeat
mode and its display on the TV screen
change as follows.
DVD
CD
Press A-B at the beginning of the
segment (point A) you want to play
repeatedly.
The A point is fixed.
“A-” flashes on the TV screen, and
the A-B REPEAT indicator lights up in
DVD Receiver’s display.
A–
2
A–B
Press A-B again at the end of the
segment (point B).
Chapter Repeat
Repeats the same
chapter.
Title Repeat
Repeats the same
title.
The DVD Receiver automatically returns
to point A and starts repeat playback of
the selected segment (A-B).
Repeat Off
Resumes normal
playback.
“A-B” appears on the TV screen, and the
A-B REPEAT indicator in the DVD
Receiver’s display remains lit.
The B point is fixed.
A–B
VCD
CD
Track Repeat
Repeats the same
track.
All Repeat
Repeats the entire
disc.
Repeat Off
Resumes normal
playback.
To resume normal playback
CLEAR
Press CLEAR.
Notes
To resume normal playback
CLEAR
Press CLEAR.
• Some discs may not permit A-B repeat operation.
• You can play a specific segment only within the current title or
track.
• You cannot set the A-B repeat function for segments that include
multiple camera angles.
• There may be a slight difference between the A point and the
location where playback actually resumes depending on the disc.
Note
Some discs may not permit repeat operation.
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S LE
STNBY
ON
EP
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
R
R
SU
Playing in a Favorite Order
2
TIT
CH
VOL
RETURN
You can combine your favorite titles, chapters, or tracks and
play them in any order. You can program up to 28 selections
into the memory (Memory playback).
Press MODE DVD
first
DVD
Title : 2
Chapter : 12
U
ENTER
TUN
Title : 2
Chapter : 25
ME N
LE
TV
A.C
TR
L
RE
REPEAT
TU R
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
MUTING
DIMMER
3
DISPLAY
CLEAR
Title : 1
Chapter : 1
REPEAT
1
2
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
DVD
VCD
CD
Setting Titles, Chapters, or Tracks in a Favorite Order
The DVD Receiver automatically plays titles, chapters, or tracks in the order you program.
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
1
Insert a disc and press MEMORY
while the disc is stopped.
Remote controller
only
MEMORY
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
The following display appears on the TV
screen, and the MEMORY indicator
flashes in the DVD Receiver’s display.
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
7
8
SP B
T– D SETUP
+10
0
6
9
-- / ---
VCD
CD
Press the number button(s) to
select the track number, then press
ENTER to confirm.
Repeat this step to select the next track.
MEMORY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
T
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
C
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
T
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
C
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
T
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
C
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
ENTER
CD
T: Track number
C:Ignored even if a
number is entered.
T: Title number
C: Chapter number
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
7
8
SP B
T– D SETUP
+10
0
6
9
-- / ---
1 Press the number button(s) to
enter the title number.
2 Press to highlight “--” below C.
3 Press the number button(s) to
enter the chapter number.
4 Press ENTER to confirm.
Press the number button(s) for another chapter.
To select another title
ENTER
The DVD Receiver starts memory
playback.
2
3
e.g. To play chapter 25 in title 2, chapter 12 in
title 2, all the chapters in title 1, and
chapter 2 in title 4.
Title number
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
7
8
SP B
T– D SETUP
+10
0
-- / ---
6
9
Memory 1
2
Chapter number
ENTER
Memory 2
Memory 3
Memory 4
4
C
25
12
––
02
––
––
––
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
T
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
C
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
ENTER
1
2
ENTER
2
ENTER
MEMORY
T
02
02
01
04
––
––
––
5
ENTER
ENTER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
2
1
ENTER
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
T
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
C
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
T
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
To change or cancel the entered program
While the MEMORY display is displayed, press / to
highlight the item.
• To select another title/chapter or track follow step 2.
• To cancel, press CLEAR.
To resume normal playback
Press to highlight the next “--” below T, then
repeat the above steps.
SW MODE TEST TONE
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While the MEMORY display is
displayed, press s.
The MEMORY indicator in the DVD
Receiver’s display lights steadily.
To select another chapter in the same title
1
3
DVD
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
C
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
VCD
DVD
2
T
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
C
––
––
––
––
––
––
––
ENTER
Press CLEAR.
To program during playback
If you press MEMORY during playback, the display to accept
your programming appears.
To display the MEMORY display, press DISPLAY, then follow
steps 2 and 3.
Notes
• You can also use +10 (plus ten button) to add ten to the number.
• Some discs may not permit memory playback operation.
• If you press REPEAT during memory playback, the DVD Receiver
repeats the current memory playback.
• Although you can select title, chapter, and track numbers not
included on the disc, those numbers are ignored.
• If you press MEMORY or RETURN while the MEMORY display is
displayed, the MEMORY display disappears.
• The programmed selections will be cleared when you turn off the
DVD Receiver.
S LE
STNBY
ON
EP
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
SU
Playing in Random Order
TIT
CH
RE
REPEAT
s
Press MODE DVD
first
Title : 2
Chapter : 2
TU R
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
MUTING
DIMMER
w
DVD
TITLE
Title : 1: 1
CHAPTER
Chapter
: 3: 3
U
ENTER
TUN
You can play chapters, titles, or tracks, or chapters within a title,
in random order (Random playback).
ME N
LE
TV
A.C
TR
L
RANDOM
Title : 3
Chapter : 1
CLEAR
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
Number
buttons
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
SEARCH
DVD
VCD
CD
DVD
Playing Chapters ,Titles, or Tracks in a
Disc in Random Order
The DVD Receiver automatically selects the chapters or titles
in a DVD video, or tracks in a VIDEO CD/audio CD, and plays
them randomly.
1
RANDOM
The DVD Receiver automatically selects the chapters in a
title and plays them randomly.
1
DVD
Remote controller
only
Playing Chapters in a Selected Title in
Random Order
Press RANDOM twice while the
disc is stopped.
Remote controller
only
SEARCH
Then, press RANDOM repeatedly to
change the random play mode as follows:
e.g. To play the chapters in title 2 in random
order
→
Chapter Random → Title Random
→
Press SEARCH, then press the
appropriate number button(s) for
the title which contains the
chapters you want to play in
random order.
Random off
SEARCH
2
T i t l e:
2
Chapter :
SW MODE TEST TONE
Title Random
1
2
5
SP A
CD
Press RANDOM once while the disc
is stopped.
To cancel random playback, press
RANDOM again.
1
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
VCD
3
6
CH SEL
7
8
SP B
T– D SETUP
+10
0
9
-- / ---
2
RANDOM
Press RANDOM while the disc is
stopped.
Chapter Random
Track Random
T i t l e:
2
Chapter :
Track : 1
If you press RANDOM during playback,
the DVD Receiver automatically starts
random playback after finishing the
current chapter (when Chapter Random is
selected), title (when Title Random is
selected), or track.
2
Within 5 seconds, press s.
If you press RANDOM during playback,
the DVD Receiver automatically starts
random playback after finishing the
current chapter.
3
Within 5 seconds, press s.
The DVD Receiver starts random
playback.
The DVD Receiver starts random
playback.
To resume normal playback
1
To resume normal playback
CLEAR
Press CLEAR.
CLEAR
Press CLEAR.
Notes
• Some discs may not permit random playback operation.
• You cannot use the random playback function together with the
memory playback function.
• If you press w during random playback, the DVD Receiver goes
to another chapter, title, or track and continues random playback.
Notes
• You can also use +10 (plus ten button) to add ten to the number.
• Some discs may not permit random playback operation.
• You cannot use the random playback function together with the
memory playback function.
• If you press w during random playback, the DVD Receiver goes
to another chapter and continues random playback.
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SLE
STNBY
ON
EP
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
SU
Zooming in on a Picture
ME N
LE
TIT
/
You can magnify areas within a picture.
/ /
RETURN
CH
DVD
RE
REPEAT
TU R
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
ZOOM
CLEAR
U
ENTER
TUN
Press MODE DVD or
MODE AUDIO first
DIO
AU
TV
A.C
TR
L
MUTING
DIMMER
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
DVD
Zooming in on a Picture and Shifting the Zoom Point
You can zoom in on a picture. You can also shift the zoom point.
Remote controller
only
ZOOM
Press ZOOM during normal, slow,
or still playback.
If you press ZOOM repeatedly, the
magnification level increases.
Zoom 1
↓
Zoom 2
↓
Zoom 3
RE
To reduce the magnification level
TUR
N
Press RETURN.
To shift the zoom point
ENTER
CLEAR
Press / / / .
When the zoom point reaches an edge of the
picture, the color of “Zoom” changes.
To restore the original zoom point (center
of the picture)
Press CLEAR.
To resume normal playback
ZOOM
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Press ZOOM repeatedly until "Zoom"
disappears.
Notes
• Some discs may not permit zoom operation.
• During some scenes, the buttons may not work as explained in the
step.
• Zooming does not work on subtitles or menu screens included on
DVD videos.
• The magnification level varies depending on the picture size you
select. (See pages 52 and 55.)
SLE
STNBY
ON
EP
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
U
S
ME N
LE
U
TIT
Selecting the Camera Angle
2
CH
ENTER
TUN
You can select a preferred camera angle to watch a scene.
RE
REPEAT
Press MODE DVD or
MODE AUDIO first
Angle : 1
Angle : 2
Angle : 3
DVD
DIO
AU
TU R
CLEAR
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
1, 2
TV
A.C
TR
L
MUTING
DIMMER
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
DVD
Changing the Camera Angle
If the scene was recorded from multiple angles, you can easily change the camera angle of the scene you are watching.
1
Press ANGLE while playing a scene
recorded with multiple angles.
Remote controller
only
ANGLE
Angle: 1
Angle icon
Current angle
number
ANGLE
CLEAR
Press CLEAR.
While playing a scene recorded with
multiple angles, the angle icon ( )
appears on the TV screen and flashes in
the DVD Receiver‘s display.
Press ANGLE while the angle icon is
displayed.
2
To turn off the angle number display
Press ANGLE or while the angle
number is displayed on the TV
screen.
Each time you press ANGLE or
camera angle changes.
, the
Angle: 1
ENTER
To disable the angle icon display on the TV
Set “On-Screen Displays” to “Off” using the setting menu (see
pages 52 and 57).
Monitor the DVD Receiver’s display to check that the scene
has multiple angles. The angle indicator ( ) flashes in the
DVD Receiver’s display.
Notes
• You can change the camera angle during still playback. The
camera angle changes to the new setting when you resume
normal playback.
• If you pause a picture immediately after changing the camera
angle, the resumed playback picture may not use the new camera
angle.
Angle: 2
Angle: 3
: Cycles backwards
You can also change the camera angle
directly by pressing the number buttons
corresponding to the angle number.
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Turning on/off Subtitles
Selecting the Subtitle Language
SLE
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
U
S
ME N
LE
U
TIT
/
You can display subtitles on the TV screen and select a subtitle
language from those included on the DVD video.
CH
RE
DIO
AU
TU R
Bon soir!
CLEAR
¡Buenas tardes!
MUTING
DIMMER
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
Good evening!
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
SUBTITLE/
SUBTITLE
ON/OFF
TV
A.C
TR
L
ENTER
TUN
REPEAT
Press MODE DVD or
MODE AUDIO first
DVD
STNBY
ON
EP
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
DVD
DVD
Turning Subtitles on/off
Selecting a Subtitle Language
Remote controller
only
Press SUBTITLE – ON/OFF during
playback.
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF
Each press of the button turns subtitles on
or off.
(The current subtitle setting is displayed for
about 3 seconds.)
Displayed for about 3 seconds
You can select a subtitle language from those included on the
DVD video.
1
Press SUBTITLE during playback.
Remote controller
only
The current subtitle setting is displayed for
about 3 seconds.
Subtitle: 1 ENG On
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF
Subtitle : 1 ENG On
Language
The abbreviation of the language appears
instead of the language name. See the list
of languages and their abbreviations on
page 60.
Subtitles
Good evening!
Subtitle : 1 ENG Off
2
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF
Press SUBTITLE or while the
subtitle setting is displayed on the
TV screen.
Each time you press SUBTITLE or , the
subtitle language changes to the next
language included on the DVD video.
e.g.
Subtitle : 1 ENG On
ENTER
Subtitle : 2 FRE On
Notes
Subtitle : 3 SPA On
• Some DVD videos are set to display subtitles automatically, and
you cannot turn them off even if you set the subtitle function to
“Off.”
• During some scenes, the subtitles may not appear immediately
after you select “On.”
• Some DVD videos will allow you to make subtitle selections and
turn subtitles on or off only by using the disc menu.
: Cycles backwards
To turn off the subtitle setting display
CLEAR
Press CLEAR.
Notes
• When you turn on the DVD Receiver or replace a disc, the DVD
Receiver returns to the automatic setting in the setting menu (see
pages 52 and 54).
• When you select a subtitle language which is not included on the
disc, the DVD Receiver plays the default language programmed on
the disc.
• During some scenes, the subtitles may not appear immediately
after you change the subtitle language by pressing / .
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Selecting Audio Language/Sound
Included on the Disc
SLE
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
MENU
/
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
U
S
ME N
LE
U
TIT
CH
RE
REPEAT
Press MODE DVD or
MODE AUDIO first
Bon jour!
DIO
AU
DVD
TU R
AUDIO
MUTING
DIMMER
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
CLEAR
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
¡Buenos días!
TV
A.C
TR
L
ENTER
TUN
You can select a preferred audio language and sound system.
Good morning!
STNBY
ON
EP
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
DVD
Selecting a Playback Audio Setting
You can select a set of preferred audio language and sound
system from those included on the DVD video.
This function enables you to temporarily change the audio
language which has been selected as the automatic setting in
the setting menu (see pages 52 and 54), and select the sound
system if the DVD video is recorded in more than one sound
format.
1
Press AUDIO during playback.
Remote controller
only
The current audio setting is displayed for
about 3 seconds.
Audio language
Sound system
Audio channel
AUDIO
Audio: 1 ENG PCM 2CH
Audio OUT Select : Bitstream
About recording systems
This DVD Receiver uses the Dolby Digital (
5.1CH), DTS,
MPEG2, and PCM (2 channel digital stereo) systems and
cannot play DVD videos recorded in any other sound system.
Notes
• Some discs only allow you to change audio selections by using the
disc menu. If this is the case, press MENU and choose the
appropriate language from the selections in the disc menu.
• Some discs may have only one set of audio language and sound
recording system and you cannot make this selection.
• When you turn on the DVD Receiver or replace a disc, the DVD
Receiver returns to the automatic setting in the setting menu (see
page 54).
See next page.
The abbreviation of the language appears.
Refer to the list of languages on page 60.
2
VCD
AUDIO
Press AUDIO or while the audio
setting is displayed on the TV
screen.
Each time you press AUDIO or , the set
of language and audio recording system
changes.
e.g.
A u d i o : 1 ENG
Selecting Sound Channels on VIDEO
CDs
A VIDEO CD may have left and right sound channels which
contain sounds or languages on each channel. You can switch
these two channels to hear a preferred sound or language.
5.1CH
Remote controller
only
ENTER
A u d i o : 2 ENG PCM 2CH
AUDIO
During playback, press AUDIO
(repeatedly) to select the sound
channel.
→
Note
Dolby Digital 5.1 Channel sound may be
Both the left and right
channels are heard.
The left channel is heard.
L
→
: Cycles backwards
displayed as “
L. R
5.1CH
→
A u d i o : 3 FRE
R
The right channel is heard.
6CH.”
To turn off the audio setting display
CLEAR
Press CLEAR.
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Changing the Sound Signal
Conversion Method
SLE
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
U
S
ME N
LE
U
TIT
/
The reproduced disc sound will be output in the most suitable format
automatically through the connected speakers and output connector/jacks
on the DVD Receiver when “Audio Out Select” in the setting menu is set to
“Bitstream” (see page 56).
However, you may need to convert the sound format in different ways
depending on your purpose and preference.
For example, when you wish to:
• Listen to the high-frequency (kHz)/high-quantization (bit) format source
in its original sound quality (see below), or
• Record the DVD video sound reproduced in the DOLBY DIGITAL format
using recording equipment such as an MD recorder connected to the
DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPT) connector on the DVD Receiver (see next
page).
STNBY
ON
EP
CH
ENTER
TUN
RE
REPEAT
TU R
AUDIO
DVD
DIO
AU
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
Press MODE DVD or
MODE AUDIO first
TV
A.C
TR
L
MUTING
DIMMER
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
CLEAR
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
This function enables you to temporarily change the sound signal conversion method which has been selected
automatically according to the automatic setting in the setting menu (see pages 52 and 56).
DVD
VCD
DVD
CD
Changing the Sound Signal
Conversion Method Temporarily
1
Press AUDIO during playback.
Remote controller
only
The current audio setting is displayed for
about 3 seconds.
AUDIO
Audio: 1 ENG PCM 2CH
Audio OUT Select : Bitstream
See previous
page.
The current sound signal
conversion method
2
Press / while the audio setting is
displayed on the TV screen.
ENTER
Audio: 1 ENG PCM 2CH
Audio OUT Select : 96k Sound
Each time you press
changes as follows:
/ , the setting
To Listen to a High-Frequency/HighQuantization Format Source in its
Original Sound Quality – 96k Sound
The high frequency/high quantization sound signals below are
converted into 48 kHz/16 bit sound signals and sent to the
speakers when the “Audio Out Select” (sound signal
conversion method) is set to the standard setting, “Bitstream.”
High frequency/high quantization signals
• 48 kHz/24 bit
• 96 kHz/16 bit
• 96 kHz/20 bit
• 96 kHz/24 bit
To listen to the high-frequency (kHz)/hight-quantization (bit)
format sounds in their original sound quality, follow the steps
below.
1
See a in the table titled “Sound from the
speakers” on the opposite page.
The DVD videos recorded in 48 kHz/24 bit,
96 kHz/16 bit, 96 kHz/20 bit, and 96 kHz/
24 bit are reproduced through the
speakers at the same kHz and bit rate
respectively.
Bitstream ↔ 96k Sound ↔ PCM
↑
↑
For details about “Bitstream,” “96k Sound,”
and “PCM,” see the explanation on page
56 and the table on the opposite page.
To turn off the audio setting display
2
If a subwoofer is connected, set the
subwoofer mode to “SW Off.”
See “Setting the Subwoofer Mode” on
page 19.
CLEAR
Press CLEAR.
Change the sound signal
conversion method to “96k Sound”
following the steps on the left.
3
Change the sound to stereo.
See “Changing the Sound to Stereo” on
page 38.
Notes
• The “Audio Out Select” setting in the setting menu (see page 56) is
for automatic selection of the sound conversion method when the
disc is inserted. Therefore, the selection in this section will not
change the setting of “Audio Out Select” in the setting menu.
• When you turn on the DVD Receiver or replace a disc, the DVD
Receiver returns to the automatic setting in the setting menu. (See
page 56.)
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Note
If the speakers were setup using Smart Configuration (see page 17),
the subwoofer data such as characteristic frequency will be erased by
the above steps. To recover the data, carry out the Smart
Configuration setup again.
DVD
DVD
Changing the DOLBY DIGITAL Surround
Sound Format to the Digitally Recordable
Frequency (kHz)/Quantization (bit)
Change the sound signal conversion method to “PCM”
following the steps in “Changing the Sound Signal Conversion
Method Temporarily” on the opposite page.
Referring to c in the table below, the DOLBY DIGITAL
Surround format will be converted into the 48 kHz/16 bit
format which is recordable.
DVD
Reproducing MPEG2 Sounds from
DVD Videos
Referring to g in the table below, MPEG2 sound is not
reproduced from the speakers when the sound signal
conversion method is the factory setting, “Bitstream.”
Changing the MPEG2 Sound Format of
the DVD video to Analog Signals for
Recording
Digital recording of MPEG2 sounds is impossible regardless
of the sound signal conversion methods. However, analog
recording of MPEG2 is possible if you change the sound
format to analog signals.
To record MPEG2 sounds from the analog output jacks,
change the sound signal conversion method to “96k Sound” or
“PCM” following the steps in “Changing the Sound Signal
Conversion Method Temporarily” on the opposite page.
Referring to i in the table below, the MPEG2 format will
be converted into the recordable analog signals using the
48 kHz/16 bit format, whereas the MPEG2 sounds are not
output to the analog output jacks when the sound signal
conversion method is “Bitstream” (h in the table below).
To reproduce MPEG2 sound from DVD Videos, change the
sound signal conversion method to “96k Sound” or “PCM”
following the steps in “Changing the Sound Signal Conversion
Method Temporarily” on the opposite page.
Output sound conversion tables
Symbols in the tables
• The symbols a, c, g, h, and i are referred to on the previous page and this page.
• The symbols b, c, d, e, and f are referred to on page 62 in “Recording Using the Connected Equipment.”
Sound from the speakers
*1 Some discs have more than one sound system that
can be selected (see page 47).
*2 You can change the conversion method temporarily
as described on the previous page, or permanently
using the setting menu (see pages 52 and 56).
Conversion methods*2
Discs
Sound systems*1
Bitstream
96k Sound
PCM
48 kHz/16 bit
DOLBY DIGITAL
Same kHz/bit as the source
48 kHz/16 bit
DOLBY DIGITAL
48 kHz/16 bit
48 kHz/20 bit
a
48 kHz/24 bit
Linear
DVD
PCM
96 kHz/16 bit
48 kHz/16 bit
Same kHz/bit as 48 kHz/16 bit
videos
the source
96 kHz/20 bit
96 kHz/24 bit
f No sound
DTS
DTS
g No sound
MPEG2
48 kHz/16 bit
MPEG1
VIDEO CDs
44.1 kHz/16 bit
Same kHz/bit as the source
Linear PCM 44.1kHz/16 bit
Audio CDs
DTS
DTS
Sound signals from the digital output and kHz/bit used to convert digital signals to analog signals
Digital output signals from
the DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPT) connector
kHz/bit when converting Digital Signals to
Analog Signals for Analog jacks
Conversion methods*2
Discs
DVD
videos
Sound systems*1
96k Sound
PCM
Bitstream
b
c48 kHz/16 bit
Bitstream
DOLBY DIGITAL
Same kHz/bit as the source
48 kHz/16 bit
48 kHz/16 bit
48 kHz/20 bit
Linear
48 kHz/24 bit
d
PCM
48 kHz/16 bit
48 kHz/16 bit
96 kHz/16 bit
No signal is
output.
96 kHz/20bit
96 kHz/24 bit
f No signal
Bitstream
DTS
48 kHz/16 bit
Bitstream (7.1ch) Bitstream (2ch)
MPEG2
MPEG1
Linear PCM 44.1 kHz/16 bit
Audio CDs
DTS
VIDEO CDs
44.1 kHz/16 bit
Same kHz/bit as the source
Bitstream
Conversion methods*2
Bitstream
48 kHz/20 bit
48 kHz/16 bit
48 kHz/20 bit
48 kHz/16 bit
48 kHz/20 bit
e
h No signal
e
96k Sound
PCM
48 kHz/20 bit
48 kHz/20 bit
48 kHz/16 bit
48 kHz/16 bit
48 kHz/20 bit
48 kHz/20 bit
48 kHz/24 bit
48 kHz/16 bit
96 kHz/16 bit
96 kHz/20 bit
48 kHz/20 bit
96 kHz/24 bit
No signal
i
48 kHz/16 bit
44.1 kHz/16 bit
44.1 kHz/16 bit
No Signal
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Using Information on the On-Screen
Display and the DVD Receiver’s Display
You can view information about a disc and its operational status
on the TV screen and the DVD Receiver’s display.
Note
Some DVD videos may not display the chapter number or elapsed
time.
DVD
VCD
CD
Checking the Total Number of Titles/Tracks, Current Title/Chapter/Track, Remaining
and Elapsed Time, etc.
When the disc is inserted in the DVD Receiver
The following information appears in the DVD Receiver’s display for about five seconds.
DVD video*
e.g.
VIDEO CD/Audio CD
e.g.
DVD
TITLE
Total number
of titles
Remote controller
DISPLAY
* Playback may
automatically start
depending on the DVD
video. In this case, the
information on the left
doesn’t appear.
CD
TRACK
TOTAL
Total playing time
of the disc
Total number
of tracks
Press DISPLAY while the disc is stopped.
Each time you press DISPLAY, the on-screen
display on the TV screen changes as follows.
DVD video
e.g.
Current title number Current chapter number
Unit
Each time you press DISPLAY, the DVD
Receiver’s display changes as follows.
DVD video
e.g.
Current title number
Current chapter number
DVD
Stop
Operational status
TITLE
CHP
REMAIN
Title : 2
Chapter : 1
DISPLAY
Same as above
Remaining time of
the current title
DVD
TITLE
Turns off
CHP
Elapsed time of
the current title
VIDEO CD/Audio CD
VIDEO CD/Audio CD
e.g.
e.g. (When an audio CD is in the DVD Receiver.)
CD
Current track number
TRACK
Track : 1
Stop
TOTAL
Operational status
Total 0:46:30
Total playing time of
the disc
Current track
number
Total playing time
of the disc
CD
TRACK
Turns off
Same as above
50
Elapsed time
of the disc
SLE
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INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
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AU ISTEN
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T–D
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RR
U
S
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U
TIT
CH
ENTER
TUN
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DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
FM
AM
VOLUME
STANDBY
POWER
ON
SURROUND
OFF
REPEAT
Press MODE DVD or
MODE AUDIO first
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
ON
SPEAKER A/B SUBWOOFER
MODE
Press the lower
part of the cover
to open.
TEST TONE
ON
DISTANCE
CH SEL Theater-Dimensional
SETUP
OFF
ON
DOWN
FM MODE PRESET MEORY
TUNING
DISPLAY
SPEAKER SETUP
DVD
DIO
AU
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
MUTING
DIMMER
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
DISPLAY
Display
OFF
VOL
ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
UP
TU R
A–B
TUNER PRESET
PHONES
TV
A.C
TR
L
DISPLAY
MEMORY CLEAR
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
PHONES
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
Remote controller
DISPLAY
Unit
Press DISPLAY during playback.
Each time you press DISPLAY, the on-screen display on the
TV screen changes as follows.
Each time you press DISPLAY, the DVD
Receiver’s display changes as follows.
DVD video
e.g.
DVD video
e.g.
Current title number
Current chapter number
Operational status
Playback mode
Elapsed time and remaining
time of the current title
Play
Elapsed Remain
Elapsed
time and remaining
Title : 3 0:10:15 0:50:45
Chapter : 2 0:03:08 0:10:24
time of the current chapter
Current title number Current chapter number
DVD
TITLE
CHP
REMAIN
Chapter Repeat
DISPLAY
Audio : 1 ENG j 2CH
Subtitle : 12 ENG Off
Angle : 1
Current audio setting
Current subtitle setting
Current angle setting
Same as above
TITLE
CHP
The abbreviation of the language (e.g. ENG) appears
instead of the language name. See the list of languages
and their abbreviations on page 60.
Same as above
Bit Rate: 0
10 6.0 Mbps
TITLE
Remaining time
of the current title
Elapsed time
of the current title
CHP
Data transfer rate (Mbit/s):
The amount of picture, sound and subtitle data in the DVD
video transferred per second.
The larger the value is, the faster data is processed, but
this does not necessarily ensure better picture quality.
Turns off.
VIDEO CD/Audio CD
e.g. (When an audio CD is in the DVD Receiver.)
VIDEO CD/Audio CD
e.g.
Current track number
Playback mode
Operational status
Elapsed time and remaining
time of the current track
Play
Elapsed Remain
Track : 3 0:01:20 0:02:00
0:05:12 0:43:00
Disc
Track Repeat
Elapsed time and remaining
time of the disc
CD
TRACK
Current track
number
REMAIN
Remaining time
of the current track
CD
D
TRACK
Turns off.
Same as above
Elapsed time
of the current track
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SLE
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EP
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
Customizing the Function Settings
When you insert a DVD Video, VIDEO CD, or audio CD, the various functions
of the DVD Receiver will be set (reset) according to the setting menu.
You can customize this setting menu according to your preference.
2-6
1,7
RETURN
TA/MD
DV D
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AU ISTEN
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T–D
EO
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RR
U
S
ME N
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U
TIT
CH
ENTER
TUN
RE
REPEAT
TU R
DVD
DIO
AU
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
Press MODE DVD or
MODE AUDIO first
TV
A.C
TR
L
MUTING
DIMMER
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
Before operating
SETUP can function even during normal playback. However, if an operation is inaccessible,
a message will appear. In this case, try again after playback is stopped.
DVD
VCD
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
CD
Setting Steps
1
Press SETUP.
Remote controller
only
UP
SET CR
V
/
TV
The following setting menu appears.
4
Press / to change the setting,
the press ENTER.
ENTER
LANGUAGE
On-Screen Language
Disc Menu Language
Audio Language
Subtitle Language
Category
symbol
ENG
ENG
ENG
---
ENTER
2
ENTER
Press / to select a category
symbol for the setting you want to
change.
4:3 LetterBox
4:3 Normal
16:9Widescreen
Further steps may be needed
depending on the item or setting.
Follow the steps described in the
explanation of each item starting
from page 54.
6
• To change the setting of other
items in the same category, repeat
steps 3 to 5.
• To change the setting of an item
in a different category, repeat
steps 2 to 5.
Setting sound output
Setting displays
PICTURE
TV Shape 16:9
Black Level NRML
Auto
PAL/Auto
5
Setting languages
Setting playback picture
conditions
e.g. When you change the “TV Shape” setting
to “16:9Widescreen.”
7
UP
SET CR
T V/V
To close the setting menu, press
SETUP.
Setting operational
options
To return to the previously displayed menu
3
Press / to select the item you
want to change, then press ENTER.
ENTER
ENTER
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e.g. When you select “PICTURE” as the
category in step 2, then select “TV Shape”
as the item in this step.
PICTURE
TV Shape 4:3LB
Black Level NRML
Auto
PAL/Auto
4:3 LetterBox
4:3 Normal
16:9Widescreen
RE
TUR
N
Press RETURN.
Reference Table of the Setting Menu
Category
Symbol Menu item
Related to
Details
Page
To select a preferred language for on-screen displays
54
On-Screen Language
DVD
Disc Menu Language
DVD
To select a preferred language for disc menus
54
Audio Language
DVD
To select a preferred language for the sound track
54
Subtitle Language
DVD
To select a preferred language for subtitles
54
TV Shape
DVD
To select a picture size according to the aspect ratio of
your TV
55
Black Level
DVD
VCD
To select the black level of playback picture
55
PAL/Auto
DVD
VCD
To select the video system of a disc
55
Audio Out Select
DVD
VCD
To select a sound signal conversion method according to
your purpose and preference
56
Dynamic Range Control
DVD
To turn on or off a function that makes faint sounds
easier to hear even if you lower the volume during late
night playback
56
Karaoke Vocal
DVD
To turn on or off the vocal output during KARAOKE disc
playback
56
Extended Audio Feature
DVD
To turn on or off narration for visually impaired persons
56
On-Screen Displays
DVD
VCD
CD
To turn on or off the operational status display (Onscreen display) on the TV screen
57
OSD Background Color
DVD
VCD
CD
To select the background color for on-screen displays
57
Extended Subtitle Features
DVD
To turn on or off special subtitles for hearing impaired
persons
57
Screen Saver
DVD
To turn on or off the screen saver
57
Pause/Still
DVD
To select the resolution of still pictures (Field/Frame)
58
Parental Lock
DVD
To turn on or off the parental lock function
58
Title Stop
DVD
To turn on or off a feature that automatically stops
playback after a title has finished
59
PBC
VCD
To use the menu screen when playing a PBC-controllable
VIDEO CD
59
VCD
CD
CD
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Customizing the Function Settings
Explanation of Each Item in the Language Category
Note
LANGUAGE
On-Screen Language
Disc Menu Language
Audio Language
Subtitle Language
On-Screen Language
To know the factory setting for each item, see the on-screen
illustration on the left.
ENG
ENG
ENG
---
DVD
VCD
Select an on-screen language from the following:
• English
• Chinese
• Malaysian
Disc Menu Language
Subtitle Language
CD
DVD
Select a disc menu language from the following:
• English
• Chinese
• Malaysian
• Others
→ Continue to “Choosing Another
Language” in the right column of this
page.
Select a subtitle language or no subtitle setting from the
following:
• English
• Chinese
• Malaysian
• No Subtitles:
Select this when you disable
subtitles.
• Others
→ Continue to “Choosing Another
Language” below.
Notes
• Some DVD videos may be set to display subtitles in a different
language than you selected.
• Some DVD videos allow you to change subtitle selections only by
using the disc menu. If this is the case, press MENU and choose the
appropriate subtitle language from the selection on the disc menu.
Note
Some DVD videos may not include your pre-selected language. In this
case, the DVD Receiver automatically displays disc menus consistent
with the disc’s initial language setting.
Audio Language
Note
Some DVD videos may be played in a different language than you
selected because an initial language may be programmed on the disc.
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Choosing Another Language
After pressing ENTER in step 4 of “Setting Steps” on page 52:
1
Obtain the abbreviation of the preferred language from the
Table of Languages on page 60.
2
Select the first character of e.g. When you select “Others”
in “Disc Menu Language.”
the abbreviation by pressing
/ .
3
Press / to move the
cursor to the next column,
then select the second
character of the abbreviation
by pressing / .
DVD
Select an audio language from the following:
• English
• Chinese
• Malaysian
• Others
→ Continue to “Choosing Another
Language” in the right column of this
page.
DVD
4
Press ENTER.
LANGUAGE
On-Screen Language
Disc Menu Language
Audio Language
Subtitle Language
ENG
PA
ENG
---
English
Chinese
Malaysian
Others
Code
P A
Explanation of Each Item in the Picture Category
Note
To know the factory setting for each item, see the on-screen
illustration on the left.
PICTURE
TV Shape 4:3LB
Black Level NRML
Auto
PAL/Auto
TV Shape
• 4:3 Letterbox:
DVD
Select when a 4:3 TV is connected.
Displays widescreen
images with masking
bars above and below
the picture.
• 4:3 Normal:
Select when a 4:3 TV is connected.
Displays pictures
cropped to fill your TV
screen. Either or both
sides of the picture are
cut off.
PAL/Auto
• PAL:
DVD
VCD
Select to play PAL discs.
Connect a PAL TV to view pictures.
• Auto: The DVD Receiver automatically detects PAL
and NTSC video systems of discs.
Connecting a multisystem TV (PAL/NTSC
compatible) is needed to view pictures.
Note
A playback picture may be distorted temporarily when the
detected signal changes between PAL and NTSC on the
disc.
• 16:9 Widescreen: Select when a 16:9 wide TV is
connected.
Notes
• The displayable picture size is preset on each DVD video. Therefore,
the playback picture of some DVD videos may not conform to the
picture size you select.
• When you play a DVD video recorded in the 4:3 picture size only, the
playback picture always appears in the 4:3 picture size regardless of
the TV shape setting.
• If you select “16:9Widescreen” and you own a 4:3 TV set, the DVD
playback picture will be horizontally distorted during playback.
Images will appear to be horizontally compressed. Make sure the TV
Shape conforms to the actual TV in use.
Black Level
DVD
VCD
Set according to your preference and the TV’s capability.
• Normal:
Standard black level
• Light:
Brighter than in “Normal”
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Customizing the Function Settings
Explanation of Each Item in the Audio Category
Note
AUDIO
Audio Out Select
Dynamic Range Control
Karaoke Vocal
Extended Audio Feature
Audio Out Select
To know the factory setting for each item, see the on-screen
illustration on the left.
Bitstream
On
Off
Off
DVD
VCD
CD
The output sound format can be changed according to your
purpose and preference by changing the sound signal
conversion method.
The sound signal conversion method is selected from among
the three listed below. (Note that the three items are sound
signal conversion methods, not the sound signal format the
sound signals are converted into.)
When “Audio Out Select” is set to “Bitstream,” the sound is
output in the most suitable format automatically through the
speakers and output connector/jacks. Therefore, although
you can change the sound signal conversion method using
the menu, leaving the “Audio Out Select” setting to
“Bitstream” and changing the method according your
purpose temporarily as described on page 48 is
recommended.
For details (tips on using of this function, sampling frequency
and quantization bit conversion table, etc.), see pages 48
and 49.
Bitstream
Normally use this setting.
96k Sound
Select when you wish to listen to sources recorded in the
following frequency/quantization bit in their original sound
quality:
• 96 kHz/24 bit
• 96 kHz/20 bit
• 96 kHz/16 bit
• 48 kHz/24 bit
For instructions on how to reproduce the above original sounds,
see page 48.
PCM
Select to convert DOLBY DIGITAL sound into the sound
format recordable by equipment such as an MD recorder
connected to the DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPT) connector on
the DVD Receiver (see pages 11 and 49).
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Dynamic Range Control
• Off:
• On:
DVD
Full dynamic range is maintained.
Dynamic range is reduced.
Notes
• This function works only with playback of Dolby Digital recorded
discs.
• The level of Dynamic Range Reduction may differ depending on the
DVD video.
Karaoke Vocal
DVD
The vocal output feature is used during playback of
Dolby Digital (multichannel) recorded DVD KARAOKE
discs. This feature allows you to turn off vocal audio
tracks, or restore them for background accompaniment.
• Off:
The primary vocal is not output.
• On:
The primary vocal is output if it is recorded on
the disc.
Extended Audio Feature
DVD
Some DVD videos contain a narration track for visually
impaired persons. The DVD Receiver automatically
plays the narration track by setting this item to “On.”
• Off:
The narration track is not played.
• On:
The narration track is played automatically.
Explanation of Each Item in the Display Category
Note
DISPLAY
On-Screen Displays
OSD Background Color
Extended Subtitle Features
Screen Saver
To know the factory setting for each item, see the on-screen
illustration on the left.
On
Blue
Off
On
On-Screen Displays
DVD
VCD
CD
• Off:
Operational modes are not displayed on the
TV screen.
• On:
Operational modes are displayed on the TV
screen (e.g. “PLAY”, ).
OSD Background Color
DVD
VCD
CD
• Blue: Blue background.
• Gray: Gray background.
Extended Subtitle Features
DVD
Some DVD videos contain special subtitles, an
enhancement of closed captions for hearing impaired
persons. The DVD Receiver automatically displays
these special subtitles by setting this item to “On.”
• Off:
The extended subtitles are not displayed.
• On:
The extended subtitles are displayed
automatically.
Screen Saver
• Off:
• On:
DVD
The screen saver is disabled.
The screen saver is enabled.
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Customizing the Function Settings
Explanation of Each Item in the Operation Category
Note
OPERATION
Pause/Still
Parental Lock
Title Stop
PBC
To know the factory setting for each item, see the on-screen
illustration on the left.
Auto
Off
Off
On
Pause/Still
• Auto:
• Frame:
DVD
After pressing ENTER in step 4
of “Setting Steps” on page 52,
Select for normal use.
The image can be paused without
shaking.
1
The resolution of the still pictures is
improved so that you can make a
motionless picture clearer when you
pause it.
Parental Lock
Press the number buttons to
create a personal 4-digit
security code, then press
ENTER.
OPERATION
Pause/Still
Parental Lock
Title Stop
PBC
Auto
Off
Off
On
Off
On
OPERATION
Pause/Still
Parental Lock
Title Stop
PBC
Auto
On
Off
On
Off
On
(To reenter the security code,
before pressing ENTER, press
CLEAR then enter the security
code.)
• When you select
“Parental Lock On”
Continue to the next step.
DVD
DVD videos equipped with the parental lock function are
rated according to their content. The content allowed by
a parental lock level and the way a DVD video can be
controlled may vary from disc to disc. For example,
some discs allow you to edit out violent scenes
unsuitable for children and replace them with more
suitable scenes, or lock out playback of the disc
altogether.
Off:
Select to disable the parental lock feature.
Then, carry out “Further Steps” in the right
column of this page.
On:
Further Steps
Select to activate the parental lock feature or
change the settings.
Then, carry out “Further Steps” in the right
column of this page.
• When you select
“Parental Lock Off”
The parental lock is
disabled.
2
3
Press / to select the
country whose standards
were used to rate the DVD
video.
Press / to select the
parental lock level, then
press ENTER.
USA
Level8
Level7
Level6
Level5
Level4
Level3
Level2
Level1
Viewable
USA
Locked
Viewable
Note
DVD videos may or may not respond to the parental lock settings. This
is not a defect in the DVD Receiver. Make sure this function works
with your DVD videos.
Level8
Level7
Level6
Level5
Level4
Level3
Level2
Level1
The parental lock is activated.
You cannot play DVD videos rated higher than the level
you select unless you cancel the parental lock function.
For example, when you select level 7, discs rated higher
than level 7 are locked out and cannot be played.
To change the parental lock level
Follow the above procedure.
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Security Code
SLE
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EP
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
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AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
U
S
ME N
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TIT
/ / /
/ENTER
CH
TV
A.C
TR
L
ENTER
TUN
RE
REPEAT
TU R
VOL
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
N
A–B
MUTING
DIMMER
e
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
MEMORY CLEAR
ZOOM
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
To change your 4-digit security code
After selecting “On” or “Off” and pressing ENTER in step 4 of
“Setting Steps” on page 52:
1
Press e four times on the remote controller, then press
ENTER.
ENTER
The 4-digit security code is cleared.
2
Press the number buttons to create a new 4-digit security
code.
3
Press ENTER.
Title Stop
DVD
• Off:
The DVD Receiver continues playback after
playback of a title is complete.
• On:
The DVD Receiver stops playback after
playback of a title is complete.
PBC
VCD
PBC is the abbreviation for Playback Control (see
“About VIDEO CDs” on page 9.)
• Off:
Select to play a PBC-featured VIDEO CD
without using the menu screen.
• On:
Select to view the menu screen when playing
a PBC-featured VIDEO CD.
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Table of Languages
Table of Languages and Their Abbreviations
Abbreviation Language
of the
Language
–––
CHI (ZH)
DUT (NL)
ENG (EN)
FRE (FR)
GER (DE)
ITA (IT)
JPN (JA)
KOR (KO)
MAY (MS)
SPA (ES)
AA
AB
AF
AM
AR
AS
AY
AZ
BA
BE
BG
BH
BI
BN
BO
BR
CA
CO
CS
CY
DA
DZ
EL
60
No alternate
language
Chinese
Dutch
English
French
German
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Malay
Spanish
Afar
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Amharic
Arabic
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Belorussian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bislama
Bengali,Bangla
Tibetan
Breton
Catalan
Corsican
Czech
Welsh
Danish
Bhutani
Greek
Abbreviation Language
of the
Language
EO
ET
EU
FA
FI
FJ
FO
FY
GA
GD
GL
GN
GU
HA
HI
HR
HU
HY
IA
IE
IK
IN
IS
IW
JI
JW
KA
KK
KL
KM
KN
KS
KU
KY
LA
Esperanto
Estonian
Basque
Persian
Finnish
Fiji
Faroese
Frisian
Irish
Scottish,Gaelic
Galician
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hindi
Croatian
Hungarian
Armenian
Interlingua
Interlingue
Inupiak
Indonesian
Icelandic
Hebrew
Yiddish
Javanese
Georgian
Kazakh
Greenlandic
Cambodian
Kannada
Kashmiri
Kurdish
Kirghiz
Latin
Abbreviation Language
of the
Language
LN
LO
LT
LV
MG
MI
MK
ML
MN
MO
MR
MT
MY
NA
NE
NO
OC
OM
OR
PA
PL
PS
PT
QU
RM
RN
RO
RU
RW
SA
SD
SG
SH
SI
SK
Lingala
Laotian
Lithuanian
Latvian,Lettish
Malagasy
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Norwegian
Occitan
(Afan) Oromo
Oriya
Panjabi
Polish
Pashto,Pushto
Portuguese
Quechua
Rhaeto-Romance
Kirundi
Rumanian
Russian
Kinyarwanda
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Sango
Serbo-Croatian
Singhalese
Slovak
Abbreviation Language
of the
Language
SL
SM
SN
SO
SQ
SR
SS
ST
SU
SV
SW
TA
TE
TG
TH
TI
TK
TL
TN
TO
TR
TS
TT
TW
UK
UR
UZ
VI
VO
WO
XH
YO
ZU
Slovenian
Samoan
Shona
Somali
Albanian
Serbian
Siswati
Sesotho
Sundanese
Swedish
Swahili
Tamil
Telugu
Tajik
Thai
Tigrinya
Turkmen
Tagalog
Setswana
Tongan
Turkish
Tsonga
Tatar
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapük
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Zulu
Additional Operation
Recording Using the Connected Equipment
Note
You can record according to the following using the connected
recording equipment:
• Sound/picture of discs played back by the DVD Receiver,
• Sound of FM/AM programs, and
• Sound/picture of the connected source.
Many discs and sources are copy protected. Copy protected sources
are impossible to record.
Simplified diagram of the connected equipment (See also pages 10 and 11 for the actual connections.)
Equipment connected to TAPE/MD
MD recorder/DAT/CD recorder
Analog
Sound
Picture
TV
Analog Sound
DVD Receiver
VIDEO 2 DIGITAL
INPUT (COAX)
DVD video / VIDEO CD / Audio CD /
FM programs/ AM programs
Equipment connected to VIDEO 2
Picture &
Analog Sound
Video cassette player
Picture &
Analog Sound
VIDEO 1 DIGITAL
INPUT (OPT)
Digital Sound
Picture &
Analog Sound
Picture &
Analog Sound
Digital Sound
LD player/
Set Top Box
Analog
Sound
Digital Sound
DIGITAL
OUTPUT
(OPT)
Cassette tape deck
DVD recorder
VCR
Equipment connected to VIDEO 1
Basic Recording Procedure
1
Set the recording equipment (MD recorder, DAT, Cassette tape
deck, VCR, DVD recorder, CD recorder, etc.) to recording pause.
2
Select the input source to be recorded, then set it to play pause.
3
Release the recording pause set in step 1 to start recording.
4
Start playback of the selected source in step 2.
• To play and pause a DVD video, VIDEO CD, or audio CD, see page 23.
• To select an FM/AM program, see page 28.
• To select a connected source, see page 30.
Refer to the manuals of the connected source equipment for instructions on
how to play and pause.
Notes
• If you select another input source
during recording, the selected
source will be recorded.
• Sound effects described on pages
34 to 40 do not affect the recorded
sounds whereas the sound set in
the AUDIO setting menu (see
pages 52 and 56) will be recorded.
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Recording Using the Connected Equipment
Recording the Picture and Sound From
Different Sources at the Same Time
Digital recording from a DVD video
played by the DVD Receiver
The picture from the playing VIDEO 2 source is output through
the VIDEO OUT jacks when you select any audio source
(TAPE/MD, FM, or AM) or TV/LINE.
Play the VIDEO 2 source and select TAPE/MD, FM, AM, or
TV/LINE, then you can record the picture from the VIDEO 2
source and the sound from the selected input source at the
same time, using the recording equipment connected to the
VIDEO 1 jacks.
Digital recording from the source
connected to the digital input connectors
to the digital recording equipment
connected to the digital output connector
The digital output connector is the DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPT)
connector.
Recording digital sound signals from sources connected to the
digital input connectors using digital recording equipment
connected to the digital output is possible unless:
• The recording is against SCMS (Serial Copy Management
System) rules (for details of SCMS rules, refer to the
manual of the digital recording equipment),
• The digital signals are in bitstream format (the recordable
digital signal format is PCM –– two channel digital stereo
sound signals), or
• The sampling frequency is out of the recordable range of
the recording equipment (for recordable sampling
frequency, refer to the manual of the digital recording
equipment). Note that the maximum signal frequency output
from the DVD Receiver is 48 kHz.
DVD
The digital sound signals are converted to analog signals and
output to the analog output jacks unless the DVD video is
recorded in the DTS Surround or MPEG2 system.
MPEG2 sounds can be recorded by changing the sound
signal conversion method to “96k Sound” or “PCM.” For
details, see page 49.
Although the speakers can reproduce DTS Surround sounds,
DTS signals are not output to the analog output jacks. See e
in the table on page 49.
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The digital sound signals are output to the DIGITAL OUTPUT
(OPT) connector in the most suitable format when the sound
signal conversion method is set to “Bitstream” (see page 56).
However, if the conversion method is set to “Bitstream” or “96k
Sound” when DOLBY DIGITAL Surround sound is
reproduced, the signals will be output in the bitstream format
from the DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPT) connector as in b in the
table on page 49. The bitstream signals are unrecordable.
Therefore, to record the sounds recorded in the DOLBY
DIGITAL Surround sound format, you need to change the
conversion method to “PCM.” Once the conversion method is
changed to “PCM,” the DOLBY DIGITAL sound signals are
converted into the 2 channel 48 kHz/16 bit PCM format as in
c in the same table mentioned above.
Digital recording of MPEG2 sounds is impossible regardless
of the sound signal conversion methods. (Analog recording is
possible. See on the left.)
The digital input connectors are as follows:
• The VIDEO 1 DIGITAL INPUT (OPT) connector, and
• The VIDEO 2 DIGITAL INPUT (COAX) connector.
Analog recording from a DVD Video
played using the DVD Receiver
DVD
DTS Surround sound is unrecordable from both the digital
output connector and analog output jacks regardless of the
sound signal conversion methods.
Notes
• If the conversion method is set to “PCM,” the DTS Surround sounds
of a DVD video will not be reproduced from the speakers nor output
to the DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPT) connector. See f in the tables on
page 49.
• If the sound signal conversion method is set to “96k Sound,” the
DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPT) connector will not output any signals
depending on the frequency and quantization as in d in the table on
page 49.
To digitally record high frequency PCM sound signals, the
conversion method must be set to “Bitstream” or “PCM,” so that the
frequency/quantization are converted to the 48 kHz/16 bit format,
which is recordable.
Analog and Digital recording from a
VIDEO CD played using the DVD Receiver
VCD
VIDEO CDs are recorded in the MPEG1 format.
MPEG1 sounds are recordable regardless of the conversion
method. MPEG1 sound signals are output to the DIGITAL
OUTPUT (OPT) connector in the 44.1 kHz/16 bit format, and
at the same time, converted to analog signals and output to
the analog jacks.
Analog and Digital recording from an
audio CD played using the DVD Receiver
CD
Note
PCM sound signals are output to the DIGITAL OUTPUT
(OPT) connector, and converted to analog signals and output
to the analog output jacks regardless of the conversion
method.
If the sound signal conversion method is set to “96k Sound,”
reproduced PCM signals may not be output from the digital output
connector (DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPT)) depending on the frequency
and quantization. See also the second note in “Digital recording from
a DVD video played by the DVD Receiver” in the right column of this
page.
DTS Surround sound is unrecordable. Because DTS Surround
sound signals of an audio CD are output to the DIGITAL
OUTPUT (OPT) connector in the bitstream format and no
signal will be output to the analog output jacks regardless of
the conversion method. For details, see the tables on page 49.
Programming the Remote Controller to Your TV
You can program the supplied remote controller (RC-437M) to
operate your TV.
S LE
ON
STNBY
ON
EP
SEND/LEARN indicator
LE A R N
SEND
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
NG MODE
AU ISTENI
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
U
S
MEN
LE
U
TIT
TV
A.C
TR
L
MODE TV
CH
ENTER
VOL
VOL
RE
REPEAT
TUR
UP
SET CR
T V/V
N
A–B
TV/VCR
MUTING
DIMMER
• If the SEND/LEARN indicator flashes three times, the programming
is unsuccessful. Repeat from step 2.
• Use new batteries for the remote controller and the TV’s remote
control. Using old batteries may result in a failure in programming or
cause the programmed remote controller buttons to operate
improperly.
• The remote controller and most other remote controls transmit
infrared rays, however, if the other remote control uses another
method, programming is impossible.
• Although seven buttons are prepared for operating the TV, the
number of programmable buttons varies depending on the
manufacturer and type of the other remote control.
• Switch off the main power of the DVD Receiver and TV to prevent
the units from undesired operation during programming.
• The remote control buttons on some TVs may have more than one
function; however, only one function can be programmed per button.
• Refer also to the TV’s instruction manual for details on its remote
control operation and other information.
CH +
VOL
TUN
Before programming the remote controller
MUTING
Programming the Remote Controller
Programming is carried out by copying the signal patterns of
the TV’s remote control buttons.
1
Place both the DVD Receiver’s
remote controller and the TV’s
remote control facing with each
other on a flat level surface.
CH –
TV’s remote control
REC
OPEN/CLOSE
RANDOM
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
ZOOM
MEMORY CLEAR
Must be 5 cm to 10 cm
apart
AUDIO DISPLAY
DVD Receiver's
remote controller
SW MODE TEST TONE
1
2
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
6
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
2
TV
SEARCH
-- / --REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC-437M
At the same
time
Press and hold MODE TV, then
press SEARCH once.
The SEND/LEARN indicator lights up and
the remote controller enters the
programming mode.
Lights up.
SEARCH
SEND
Note
The programmed buttons of the DVD Receiver's remote controller
may lose their data if the batteries become weak or dead, or due to
other causes. In such a case, you need to repeat programming from
the beginning using the TV's remote control. Therefore, keep the TV's
remote control in a safe place even if it is not in use.
SLE
EP
ON
LE A R N
STNBY
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
TV
Proceed to the next step within 30
seconds.
(Continued on next page.)
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Programming the Remote Controller to Your TV
3
SEND
SLE
ON
EP
Press one of the programmable
buttons on the DVD Receiver’s
remote controller.
LE A R N
The SEND/LEARN indicator goes off while
the button is pressed, then lights up again.
STNBY
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
SU
TIT
CH
ME N
RE
TU R
A–B
N
SEND
U
ENTER
TUN
REPEAT
LE
Lights up again shortly after going off
TV
A.C
TR
L
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
S LE
MUTING
EP
ON
STNBY
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
TV
Proceed to the next step within 30
seconds.
To select another programmable button
Press one of the other programmable buttons
within 30 seconds.
4
One of the TV’s
remote control
buttons
1 Press and hold MODE TV, then press SEARCH twice.
The SEND/LEARN indicator flashes twice, then lights
steadily.
Proceed to the next step within 30 seconds.
2 Press MODE TV.
• When the factory settings resume, the SEND/LEARN
indicator flashes twice.
• If failed, the SEND/LEARN indicator flashes three times.
In this case, no change has been made to the
programmable buttons.
LE A R N
VOL
DIMMER
Resuming the factory settings for all the
programmable buttons
Press and hold the desired TV’s
remote control button until the
SEND/LEARN indicator flashes.
If the function is successfully copied, the
SEND/LEARN indicator flashes twice.
• Flashes twice when the programming is
successful.
• Flashes three times if the programming has
failed.
• Flashes six times if the programming is failed
because the data capacity of the
programmable button has been exceeded.
TV buttons whose data size overwhelms the
capacity of the programmable buttons are
unable to be used for programming.
If the programmed buttons do not operate properly
• If the SEND/LEARN indicator doesn’t light up when you press one of
the programmed buttons, reprogram the button.
• If the remote controller operates only at a short distance or there is
a slow response from the TV, check the batteries.
If the batteries are not weak, the pressed button is not properly
programmed. Reprogram the button.
• If the remote controller remains without batteries for 10 minutes or
more, the programmed data will be erased. In such a case, install
new batteries, then reprogram the buttons.
Using the Programmed Buttons
SEND
SEND
SLE
S LE
EP
ON
LE A R N
Press MODE TV first, then press the
programmed TV operation buttons.
LE A R N
STNBY
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
ON
EP
STNBY
TV
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
ING MODE
AU ISTEN
L
T–D
EO
STER
RR
U
S
ME N
LE
U
TIT
CH
ENTER
TUN
RE
REPEAT
TU R
A–B
N
TV
TV
A.C
TR
L
UP
S ET C R
TV/V
VOL
MUTING
DIMMER
ON
Programming another function to the
programmed button
Carry out the steps from 1 to 4.
The previous function will be erased when the programming is
successful.
STNBY
CH
VOL
TUN
Resuming the factory setting for a
particular programmable button
After step 2, press the programmable button you wish to
resume to the factory setting twice.
• When the factory setting resumes, the SEND/LEARN
indicator flashes twice.
• If failed, the SEND/LEARN indicator flashes three times.
In this case, no change has been made to the
programmable button.
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UP
SET CR
T V/V
MUTING
Other
Troubleshooting
Check the following guide for the possible cause of a problem before contacting service. Refer also to the respective
instruction manuals of the connected components and TV.
Symptoms
Causes
Remedies
Pages
The DVD Receiver doesn’t
switch on.
• The power cord (mains lead) is
disconnected.
• The main power is set to OFF.
• There is external noise interfering with the
computer circuits of the DVD Receiver.
• Check the connection of the power cord
(mains lead).
• Turn on the main power.
• Switch off the main power, then switch it on
again. If not recovered, disconnect the power
cord (mains lead), then connect it again.
• Contact your nearest Onkyo service
center.
16
• The muting function is activated.
• The DVD Receiver is not properly
connected.
• The amplifier protection circuitry has
activated. (The STANDBY indicator
flashes.)
• Headphones are connected.
• Deactivate the muting function.
• Check the connections to the DVD
Receiver.
• Contact your nearest Onkyo service
center.
32
10–16
• Decrease the volume, then disconnect the
headphones.
33
• The speakers are not properly connected.
• The listening mode is set to “Stereo” or
“Orchestra.”
• Check the speaker connections.
• No sound is reproduced from the center
speaker when the listening mode is
“Stereo” or “Orchestra.”
• Adjust the volume level of the center
speaker.
• Check that the selected speaker
configuration includes the center speaker.
13
38
• The TV is not set to receive the output
signals from the DVD Receiver.
• The video cable is not connected
securely.
• Only the S video connection is made.
• Set the TV to the DVD Receiver’s input.
–
• Check the connections between the DVD
Receiver and TV set.
• Also make the video connection.
10
The sound of the playback
source is not heard.
• Another input source is selected.
• Select the appropriate input source.
30
The buttons on the remote
controller and DVD
Receiver do not operate.
• Power supply fluctuations or other
abnormalities such as static electricity
may interrupt correct operation.
• Switch off the main power, then switch it on
again. If not recovered, disconnect the power
cord (mains lead), then connect it again.
16
The DVD Receiver does
not start playback.
• No disc is inserted.
• Insert a disc. (Check that “DVD,” “VCD,” or
“CD” is lit in the DVD Receiver’s display.)
• See the rear panel of the unit to check the
playable region number.
• Check the playable discs.
• Place the disc with the playback side
down.
• Place the disc within the proper guide on
the disc tray.
• Eject the disc and clean it.
• Deactivate the parental lock function or
change the parental lock level.
22
• The AC fuse is blown.
Amplifier
No sound is reproduced.
No sound or very little
sound is reproduced from
the center speaker.
• The volume level of the center speaker
(“Center”) is set to minimum.
• A speaker configuration without the center
speaker is selected.
No picture appears on the
TV screen.
• The region number of the disc is
unmatched to the DVD Receiver.
• An unplayable disc is inserted.
• The disc is placed upside down.
DVD (VIDEO CD/Audio CD)
• The disc is not placed within the disc tray
guide.
• The disc is dirty.
• The parental lock function is activated.
16
16
–
–
21, 39
18, 19
10, 11
4
9
22
22
23, 9
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The DVD related operation
buttons do not work.
• The SETUP button is pressed and the
DVD Receiver stands by for the next
function setting command.
• Press SETUP once. If the buttons still
don’t work, press r.
52, 23
Brightness is unstable or
noise is visible in the
playback picture.
• Copy protection is activated.
• Connect the DVD Receiver directly to the
TV. Avoid connecting the DVD Receiver to
the TV through a VCR.
10
The playback picture is
occasionally distorted.
• The disc is dirty.
• Eject the disc and clean it.
23, 9
• It is in fast forward or fast reverse
playback.
• Sometime a small amount of picture
distortion may appear. This is not a
malfunction.
24
Playback doesn’t follow the
course of the disc’s
programs.
• The DVD Receiver is in repeat playback
mode, memory playback mode, or
random playback mode, etc.
• Resume normal playback.
41, 42, 43
The picture from the DVD
Receiver doesn’t appear
on the TV screen.
• The TV is not set to receive the output
signals from the DVD Receiver.
• Set the TV to the DVD Receiver’s input.
–
No sound is reproduced.
• A wrong sound signal conversion method
is selected.
• Check the current sound signal
conversion method, and select the right
one.
48, 56
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Remote controller
Recording
Tuner
Troubleshooting
Symptoms
Causes
Remedies
Pages
Too much noise is heard or
sound is interrupted
occasionally. (The FM ST
indicator does not light
steadily.)
• FM stereo waves may produce a hiss
noise when a certain level is reached.
• The position or direction of the FM
antenna (aerial) is incorrect.
• The station is too weak.
• Switch the frequency receiving mode to
mono.
• Adjust the position, height, and direction
of the FM antenna (aerial).
• Connect an FM outdoor antenna (aerial).
Try to use an antenna (aerial) with more
elements.
[For installation of the outdoor antenna
(aerial), consult your nearest dealer as it
requires special skills and experience.]
28
Sound is distorted or
sound volume decreases.
• The radio wave is distorted.
• Cars are running or airplanes are flying
near the house.
–
–
–
–
Sound is excessively
distorted.
• There is a tall building or a mountain
nearby.
[The waves transmitted from the
transmission center (direct waves) and
the waved reflected by buildings or
mountains (diffraction waves) interfere
with each other causing multi pass
distortion.]
–
–
No preset channels are
selected.
• The power cord (mains lead) is
unplugged, or the main power is switched
off, for a long time.
• The preset data in memory is lost. Preset
the radio stations again.
28
Sound is reproduced from
the speakers but not
recorded.
• The sound system you are trying to
record is DTS Surround.
• DTS Surround sound is unable to be
recorded regardless of the sound signal
conversion method.
• Check the current sound signal
conversion method and select the right
one for recording.
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• Insert new batteries.
8
• Replace with new batteries.
• Point the remote controller at the remote
sensor of the DVD Receiver.
• Operate the remote controller within 5 m
(16 feet).
• Press the appropriate MODE button.
8
8
• A wrong sound signal conversion method
is selected.
The buttons on the DVD
Receiver operate but the
buttons on the remote
controller do not operate.
• No batteries are inserted in the remote
controller.
• The batteries are worn out.
• The remote controller is not pointed at the
remote sensor of the DVD Receiver.
• The remote controller is too far from the
DVD Receiver.
• Any wrong MODE button is pressed.
14
15
48, 56
8
8
This unit contains a sensitive microcomputer, which under certain circumstances might fail to operate due to excessive noise
interference. If this happens, press the DVD Receiver’s SPEAKER A/B button and STANDBY/ON button at the same time
until “Clear” appears in the DVD Receiver’s display. The DVD Receiver turns into the standby mode, then all the custom
settings in the DVD Receiver’s memory will be erased. Please repeat the custom settings from the beginning.
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Specifications
AMPLIFIER SECTION
Power Output (FTC)
All channels 30 watts per channel min.
RMS. into 6 ohms two channel driven,
1,000 Hz with no more than 0.6 % total
harmonic distortion.
Power Output (EIAJ)
All channels 40 watts at 6 ohms, 1 kHz
Continuous Power Output (DIN)
All channels 30 watts per channel min.
RMS. into 6 ohms two channel driven,
1,000 Hz.
Total Harmonic Distortion 0.6 % at rated power
0.2 % at 1 watt output
IM Distortion
0.6 % at rated power
0.2 % at 1 watt output
Damping Factor
40 at 8 ohms
Input Sensitivity and Impedance
VIDEO 1 DIGITAL INPUT (OPT)
–21 to –15 dBm
VIDEO 2 DIGITAL INPUT (COAX)
0.5 Vp-p, 75 ohms
LINE (VIDEO 1, 2, TV/LINE, TAPE/MD) 200 mV/50 kohms
Composite (VIDEO 1, 2)
1 Vp-p, 75 ohms
S-VIDEO (VIDEO 1, 2)
Y: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms
C: 0.28 Vp-p, 75 ohms
Output Level and Impedance
DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPT)
REC OUT (TAPE/MD, VIDEO 1)
PRE OUT (SUBWOOFER)
Composite (MON OUT, VIDEO 1)
S-VIDEO (MON OUT, VIDEO 1)
–21 to –15 dBm
200 mV, 2.2 kohms
1 V, 2.2 kohms
1 Vp-p, 75 ohms
Y: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms
C: 0.28 Vp-p, 75 ohms
COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUT
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms
PB/PR: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
Frequency Response
20 to 30,000 Hz : +/– 0.8 dB
Acoustic Control
1: +6 dB at 40 Hz
2: +10 dB at 55 Hz
+5 dB at 10,000 Hz
Signal-to-noise Ratio
100 dB (IHF)
Muting
–∞ dB
DVD SECTION
Signal readout system
Linear velocity
Error correction system
Signal system
Optical non-contact
3.49 m/s (Single Layer), 3.84 m/s (Dual
Layer)
Reed Solomon Product Code
PAL/3.58 NTSC
Frequency response
Wow and flutter
4 Hz - 20 kHz (44.1 kHz),
4 Hz - 22 kHz (48 kHz),
4 Hz - 44 kHz (96 kHz)
Below threshold of measurability
TUNER SECTION
Tuning Range
FM: 87.50 to 108.00 MHz (50 kHz steps)
AM: 531 to 1602 kHz (9 kHz steps)
Usable Sensitivity
FM: Mono
11.2 dBf, 1.0 µV (75 ohms IHF)
0.9 µV (75 ohms DIN)
Stereo
17.2 dBf, 2.0 µV (75 ohms IHF)
23 µV (75 ohms DIN)
AM: 30 µV
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity
FM: Mono
17.2 dBf, 2.0 µV (75 ohms)
Stereo
37.2 dBf, 20.0 µV (75 ohms)
Capture Ratio
FM: 2.0 dB
Image Rejection Ratio
FM: 85 dB
AM: 40 dB
IF Rejection Ratio
FM: 90 dB
AM: 40 dB
Signal-to-noise Ratio
FM: Mono
76 dB, IHF
Stereo
70 dB, IHF
AM: 40 dB
Alternate Channel Att. (+/– 400 kHz) FM: Mono
55 dB, IHF
Selectivity
FM: 50 dB, DIN
AM Suppression Ratio
FM: 50 dB
Harmonic Distortion
FM: Mono
0.2 %
Stereo
0.3 %
AM:
0.7 %
Frequency response
FM: 30 to 15,000 Hz (+/– 1.0 dB)
Stereo Separation
FM: 45 dB at 1,000 Hz
30 dB at 100 to 10,000 Hz
Stereo Threshold
FM: 17.2 dBf, 20 µV (75 ohms)
GENERAL
Power Supply Rating and Power Consumption
AC 120 V, 60 Hz 165W or
AC 220-230 V, 50/60 Hz 155W
Dimensions (W x H x D) 435 × 108 × 421 mm
(171/8 × 41/4 × 165/8 ins.)
Weight
9.1 kg (20.1 lb.)
Specifications and features are subject to change without notice.
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Index to Parts and Controls
For operational instructions, refer to the page indicated in brackets.
Front panel and its display
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
DVD/CD VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 TV/LINE TAPE/MD
FM
8
AM
VOLUME
INPUT
STANDBY/ON
ON
STANDBY
POWER
ON
SURROUND
OFF
TUNER PRESET
PHONES
9
1
0
SPEAKER A/B SUBWOOFER
MODE
A
B
TEST TONE
DISTANCE
CH SEL Theater-Dimensional
SETUP
C DE F G H
STANDBY/ON button,
ON indicator, STANDBY indicator [16]
2 Disc tray [22]
3 Remote control sensor [8]
4 Display [33, 69]
6 INPUT selector [28, 29, 30]
DOWN
UP
IJ K
FM MODE PRESET MEORY
TUNING
L MNO P Q
G
SPEAKER SETUP
R
S
(play) button/lamp [22, 33]
H CH SEL button [21, 39]
I Theater-Dimensional SETUP button [37]
J q/w buttons [27]
TUNER PRESET
K
DOWN/UP
/
buttons [28, 29]
buttons [18, 20, 21, 37, 39]
7 ACOUSTIC CONTROL button/indicator [40]
L SURROUND button [38]
8 VOLUME control [32]
M FM MODE button [28]
9
N STEREO button [38]
POWER switch [16]
DISPLAY
F DISTANCE button [20]
5 Input source indicators [22, 28, 29, 30]
0 PHONES jack [33]
O PRESET MEMORY button [28, 29]
A SPEAKER A/B button [32]
P Theater-Dimensional button/indicator [37]
B SUBWOOFER MODE button [19]
Q TUNING
C r (open/close) button/lamp [22, 23, 33]
R DISPLAY button [50, 51]
D TEST TONE button [21, 39]
S SPEAKER SETUP button [18, 19]
E
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ACOUSTIC
CONTROL
STEREO Theater-Dimensional
(stop) button/lamp [23, 33]
/
buttons [28]
Display
1
SP A B
F
E
2
DOLBY DIGITAL
DTS
3
MPEG PCM
FM MUTE
MUTING DOLBY PRO LOGIC
STEREO CORNER FM ST
TOTAL
TITLE
CHP TRACK
4
5
6 7
VCDVD
A-B REPEAT
REMAIN MEMORY
m
ch
dB
D
C
B
A 0
9
8
1 SP A/B indicators [32]
0 CORNER indicator [36]
2 Sound system indicators [22, 30, 35]
A STEREO indicator [38]
3 Tuned, FM MUTE, FM ST indicators [28]
B DSP indicator [38]
4 Inserted disc indicator [22]
C DOLBY PRO LOGIC indicator [38]
5 REPEAT/A-B REPEAT indicators [41]
D Multipurpose display
6
E TITLE, CHP, TRACK, TOTAL, REMAIN indicators
[50, 51]
(playing)/g (pausing) indicators
7 Camera angle indicator [45]
8 SLEEP indicator [33]
F MUTING indicator [32]
9 MEMORY indicator [42]
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Index to Parts and Controls
Remote controller
1 SEND/LEARN indicator [8, 63, 64]
1
LE A R N
SEND
2 ON button [16, 31, 63]
STANDBY
button [16]
3 SLEEP button [33]
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
4 INPUT SELECTOR
SL
STNBY
ON
EEP
6 STEREO button [38]
TA/MD
DV D
DIO
NG MODE
AU ISTENI
L
T–D
EO
STER
R
R
SU
MEN
LE
U
TIT
CH
buttons [29, 30]
5 MODE AUDIO, DVD, TA/MD, TV buttons [8]
INPUT SELECTOR
MODE
TV
O
7 SURR button [38]
P
8 TITLE button [25]
Q
9 CH TUN button [29, 31, 63]
R
0 RETURN button [42, 44, 52]
VOL
S
A REPEAT button [31, 41, 42]
MUTING
T
U
V
W
A.C
TR
L
ENTER
TUN
/
B A-B button [41]
0
RE
REPEAT
A
B
TUR
UP
SET CR
T V/V
N
A–B
DIMMER
C
[
\
]
`
a
I MEMORY button [42]
b
c
M DISTANCE button [20]
6
d
SLOW
SUBTITLE – ON / OFF ANGLE
ZOOM
H
MEMORY CLEAR
AUDIO DISPLAY
SW MODE TEST TONE
3
LATE NIGHT DISTANCE
4
5
SP A
CH SEL
7
8
9
SP B
T– D SETUP
UP/ DOWN
+10
0
SEARCH
H CLEAR button [41–48]
J SW MODE button [19]
K TEST TONE button [21, 39]
L LATE NIGHT button [40]
N SP A, SP B button [32]
O T-D button [37]
P A.CTRL button [40]
-- / --REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC-437M
(play pause) button [23, 31]
G SUBTITLE/SUBTITLE-ON/OFF buttons [46]
RANDOM
N
E
F RANDOM button [43]
D
E
F
G
2
D o REC (record) button [31]
Y
Z
OPEN/CLOSE
1
(stop) button [23, 31, 59]
X
REC
I
J
K
L
M
C
e
Q MENU button [25, 47]
f
R Cursor ( / / / /ENTER)
[16, 22, 25, 42, 44–48, 52]
S VOL
/
buttons [31, 32, 63]
T SETUP button [16, 52]
TV/VCR button [31, 63]
U
(play) button [22, 31]
V MUTING button [31, 32, 63]
W DIMMER button [33]
w (down) button [27, 31, 43]
X q (up)/w
f (fast forward) buttons
Y d (fast reverse) /f
[24, 31]
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Z OPEN/CLOSE/r (eject) button [22, 23, 31]
[
(slow playback) button [24]
\ ANGLE button [45]
] ZOOM button [44]
` AUDIO button [47, 48]
a DISPLAY button [42, 50, 51]
b CH SEL button [21, 39]
c Number buttons [25–27, 31, 42, 43, 59]
d UP
/DOWN
buttons [18, 20, 21, 37, 39]
e SEARCH button [25, 27, 43, 63]
f T-D SETUP button [37]
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