VSX-D510
AUDIO/VIDEO
MULTI-CHANNEL RECEIVER
VSX-D510
Operating Instructions
IMPORTANT 1
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
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equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the
product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
CAUTION:
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Thank you for buying this Pioneer product.
Please read through these operating instructions
so you will know how to operate your model properly. After you have finished reading the instructions, put them away in a safe place for future reference.
In some countries or regions, the shape of the
power plug and power outlet may sometimes differ from that shown in the explanatory drawings.
However, the method of connecting and operating
the unit is the same.
Power cord CAUTION!
Handle the power cord by the plug. Do not pull
out the plug by tugging the cord and never
touch the power cord when your hands are wet
as this could cause a short circuit or electric
shock. Do not place the unit, a piece of
furniture, etc., on the power cord, or pinch the
cord. Never make a knot in the cord or tie it with
other cords. The power cords should be routed
such that they are not likely to be stepped on. A
damaged power cord can cause a fire or give
you an electrical shock. Check the power cord
once in a while. When you find it damaged, ask
your nearest PIONEER authorized service center
or your dealer for a replacement.
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intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
This product complies with the Low Voltage
Directive (73/23/EEC, amended by 93/68/EEC), EMC
Directives (89/336/EEC, amended by 92/31/EEC and
93/68/EEC).
THE — OFF/ _ ON BUTTON IS SECONDARY
CONNECTED AND THEREFORE DOES NOT
SEPARATE THE UNIT FROM MAINS POWER IN
STANDBY POSITION.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. "Dolby", "Pro Logic" and the doubleD symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Confidential Unpublished Works. © 1992-1997
Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved.
"DTS" and "DTS Digital Surround" are
trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
Manufactured under license from Digital
Theater Systems, Inc.
Contents
01
Congratulations on buying this fine Pioneer product.
Please read through these operating instructions so you will know how to operate your model
properly. After you have finished reading the instructions, put them away in a safe place for
future reference.
01
Contents
3
07
02
Introductory Information
Finding a Station
4
Checking the Supplied Accessories
Using this Manual
4
4
5
Connecting Digital Components
6
Connecting Audio Components
6
08
5
7
09
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10
Controlling the Rest of Your System
31
31
32
32
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV Controls
11
Preset Code List
Displays & Controls
30
30
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/DVR Player/
Cassette Deck Controls 33
34
35
11
Setting the Volume Level of Each Channel
15
10
Additional Information
38
Troubleshooting 38
16
Specifications
39
16
Front Panel
06
Making a Recording
Direct Function
8
Setting Up for Surround Sound
Display
29
Setting Up the Remote Control
7
9
Hints on speaker placement
05
Setting EON (front panel only)
Clearing All the Remote Control Settings
Using External Antennas
Preparations
28
Making an Audio or a Video Recording
Connecting Antennas 8
04
27
Searching for RDS Programmes
Record MONITOR
Connecting DVD 5.1 Channel Components
Connecting Video Components
26
An Introduction to RDS & EON
4
Operating Other Pioneer Components
26
Recalling Memorized Stations
4
Connecting Your Equipment
Connecting Speakers
25
25
Naming Memorized Stations
Operating Range of Remote Control Unit
03
24
Memorizing Stations
4
When Making Cable Connections
Loading the Batteries
24
Tuning Directly to a Station
4
Installing the Receiver
Using the Tuner
17
Remote Control
18
Sound Modes
20
Learning about the Sound Modes
20
Switching ANALOG/DIGITAL Signal Input
21
Playing Sources with Dolby Digital or DTS Sound
21
Selecting a Sound Mode
22
Using in MIDNIGHT Listening Mode
22
ADVANCED THEATER Mode
( Dolby/DTS mode) 23
Playing Other Sources
23
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Introductory Information
Checking the Supplied
Accessories
When Making Cable
Connections
Please check that you've received the following supplied
accessories:
• AM loop antenna
• FM wire antenna
• Dry cell batteries (AA size IEC R6P) x 2
• Remote control
• Operating instructions
Be careful not to arrange cables in a manner that bends
the cables over the top
of this unit as shown in
the illustration. If the
cables are brought over
this unit, the magnetic
field produced by the
transformers in this unit
may cause a humming noise
to come from the speakers.
Using this Manual
This manual is for the VSX-D510 audio/video multichannel receivers.
It is divided into two main sections:
Set up
This section covers installing your receiver and
connecting up all the other components in your home
theater system to it. It also describes how to set up a
multi-channel speaker system to take full advantage of
the great surround sound features of your receiver.
Operation
This section shows you how to use every feature of the
receiver and its remote control unit. It also covers using
the supplied remote control to operate your other home
theater components. To find out more about a specific
button, control or indicator, see Displays & Controls
starting on page 16. This will point you to the relevant
chapter in the manual.
In the Additional Information section (p.38-39) you'll
find a troubleshooting section and specifications.
Loading the Batteries
Dry cell batteries
(AA size IEC R6P) × 2
CAUTION:
Incorrect use of batteries may result in such hazards as
leakage and bursting. Observe the following precautions:
• Never use new and old batteries together.
• Insert the plus and minus sides of the batteries
properly according to the marks in the battery case.
• Batteries with the same shape may have different
voltages. Do not use different batteries together.
• When disposing of used batteries, please comply
with governmental regulations or environmental
public instruction’s rules that apply in your country
or area.
Installing the Receiver
Operating Range of Remote
Control Unit
Ventilation
• When installing this unit, make sure to leave space
around the unit for ventilation to improve heat
radiation (at least 60 cm at the top, 10 cm at the rear,
and 30 cm at each side). If not enough space is
provided between the unit and walls or other
equipment, heat will build up inside, interfering with
performance or causing malfunctions.
• Do not place on a thick carpet, bed, sofa or fabric
having a thick pile. Do not cover with fabric or other
covering. Anything that blocks ventilation will cause
the internal temperature to rise, which may lead to
breakdown or fire hazard.
The remote control may not work properly if:
• There are obstacles between the remote control and
the receiver's remote sensor.
• Direct sunlight or fluorescent light is shining onto the
remote sensor.
• The receiver is located near a device that is emitting
infrared rays.
• The receiver is operated
simultaneously with
another infrared remote
control unit.
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Connecting Your Equipment
03
Before making or changing the connections, switch off the power and disconnect the power cord from the AC
outlet.
Audio/Video Cords
Digital Audio Cords/Optical Cables
Use audio/video cords (not supplied) to connect the
video components and a video cord to connect the
monitor TV.
Connect red plugs to R (right), white plugs to L (left),
and the yellow plugs to VIDEO.
Be sure to insert completely.
Commercially available digital audio coaxial cords
(standard video cords can also be used) or optical cables
(not supplied) are used to connect digital components to
this receiver.
When you use optical digital input or output terminals,
pull off the caps and insert the plugs. Be sure to insert
completely.
R
L
VID
EO
Digital audio coaxial cord
(or standard video cord)
Optical cable
Operating Other Pioneer Components
By connecting a control cord (optional), you can control
other Pioneer equipment using this remote control unit.
Point the remote control unit towards the remote sensor
of this unit, even when operating other equipment.
The remote control signals are received by the remote
sensor of this unit, and sent to the other devices via the
CONTROL OUT terminal.
MEMO:
• When controlling as a system, be sure to make a
connection to the other equipment using an audio or
video cord, even when using only digital
components.
• You can also control Pioneer components by pointing
the receiver's remote control directly at the
component. This type of operation does not require
control cords.
CONTROL
CONTROL
OUT
IN
OUT
VSX-D510
Other Pioneer products
with Î mark
Remote control unit
Connect to CONTROL IN
terminal of other Pioneer
products with Î mark.
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Connecting Your Equipment
Connecting Digital Components
In order to use PCM/2 Digital/DTS soundtracks, you need to make digital audio connections. You can do this
by either coaxial or optical connections (you do not need to do both). The quality of these two types of connections is
the same but since some digital components only have one type of digital terminal, it is a matter of matching like with
like (for example, the coaxial out from the component to coaxial in on the receiver). The VSX-D510 has coaxial and
two optical inputs for a total of three digital inputs. Connect your digital components as shown below. There is one
digital out jack which is marked PCM/2/DTS OUT. If you connect this to the optical input on a digital recorder
(currently these include MD, DAT and CD-R) you can make direct digital recordings with this unit.
When connecting your equipment, always make sure the power is turned off and the power cord is disconnected
from the wall outlet.
DIGITAL IN
R
AM LOOP
ANTENNA
IN
ASSIGNABLE
PCM / 2 / DTS
L
CD
DIGITAL
OUT
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
OUT
IN
CD-R, MD recorder
or DAT
CONTROL
OUT
(DVD)
(CD) 1
(CD-R) 2
COAX
OPT
OPT
OPT
VCR /
DVR
FM ANTENNA
FM
UNBAL
75Ω
IN
IN
IN
TV /
SAT IN
IN
DVD
/ LD IN
FRONT
OUT
FRONT
SPEAKERS
TO
MONTOR
TV
R
CENTER
SPEAKER
DIGITAL OUT
COAX
L
SUB
WOOFER
PREOUT
DVD player
SURROUND
OUT
P
L
A
Y
CD - R
/ TAPE
/ MD
R
IN
L
CENTER
SUB
WOOFER
DVD 5.1 CH
INPUT
DIGITAL
CD player
OUT
The arrows indicate the direction of the audio signal.
Connecting Audio Components
To begin set up, connect your audio components to the jacks as shown below. These are all analog connections and
your analog audio components (like a cassette deck) use these jacks. Remember that for components you want to
record with, you need to hook up four plugs (a set of stereo ins and a set of stereo outs), but for components that
only play, you only need to hook up one set of stereo plugs (two plugs). To use Digital source features you must hook
up your digital components to the digital inputs but it is also a good idea to hook up your digital components to
analog audio jacks. If you want to record to/from digital components (like an MD) to/from analog components, you
must hook up your digital equipment with these analog connections. See this page for more on digital connections.
When connecting your equipment, always make sure the power is turned off and the power cord is disconnected
from the wall outlet.
OUTPUT
DIGITAL IN
R
L
CD player
R
AM LOOP
ANTENNA
IN
ASSIGNABLE
PCM / 2 / DTS
L
CD
DIGITAL
OUT
CONTROL
OUT
(DVD)
(CD) 1
(CD-R) 2
COAX
OPT
OPT
OPT
VCR /
DVR
FM ANTENNA
REC PLAY
CD recorder
or Cassette deck
L
R
FM
UNBAL
75Ω
IN
IN
IN
TV /
SAT IN
TO
MONTOR
TV
IN
DVD
/ LD IN
SUB
WOOFER
PREOUT
FRONT
En
FRONT
SPEAKERS
R
CENT
SPEAK
L
SURROUND
OUT
P
L
A
Y
CD - R
/ TAPE
/ MD
R
IN
L
CENTER
SUB
WOOFER
6
OUT
DVD 5.1 CH
INPUT
The arrows indicate the direction of the audio signal.
Connecting Your Equipment
Cassette deck placement
Depending on where the cassette deck is placed, noise may occur during playback of your cassette deck which is
caused by leakage flux from the transformer in the receiver. If you experience noise, move the cassette deck farther
away from the receiver.
Connecting DVD 5.1 Channel Components
DVD and LD discs are compatible with both 2 channel and 5.1 channel audio output formats. Connections can be
made from a DVD, multi-channel decoder equipped with 5.1 analog outputs to the 5.1 analog inputs on this unit.
Always make sure that the receiver is switched off and unplugged from the wall outlet before making or changing any
connections.
DIGITAL IN
R
AM LOOP
ANTENNA
IN
ASSIGNABLE
PCM / 2 / DTS
L
CD
DVD/multi channel
decoder with 5.1 channel
analog output jacks
DIGITAL
OUT
CONTROL
OUT
(DVD)
(CD) 1
(CD-R) 2
COAX
OPT
OPT
OPT
VCR /
DVR
FM ANTENNA
FM
UNBAL
75Ω
IN
IN
IN
TV /
SAT IN
IN
FRONT
OUTPUT
OUT
TO
MONTOR
TV
FRONT
SPEAKERS
R
DVD
/ LD IN
L
SUB
WOOFER
PREOUT
FRONT
SURROUND
OUTPUT
L
L
R
R
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
VIDEO
OUT
SURROUND
OUT
P
L
A
Y
CD - R
/ TAPE
/ MD
L
R
IN
CENTER
SUB
WOOFER
DVD 5.1 CH
INPUT
MEMO:
• The 5.1 channel input can only be used when DVD 5.1 CH is selected.
Connecting Video Components
Connect your video components to the jacks as shown below. Regarding digital video components (like a DVD
player), you must use the analog connections pictured on this page for the video signal but in order to hear a digital
source (like a DVD) you should hook up their audio to a digital input (see page 6). It is also a good idea to hook up
your digital components with analog audio connections as well (see page 6).
When connecting your equipment always make sure the power is turned off and the power cord is disconnected from
the wall outlet.
VCR
INPUT
OUTPUT
TV tuner
(or Satellite tuner)
DIGITAL IN
R
VIDEO
L
AM LOOP
ANTENNA
IN
PCM / 2 / DT
L
CD
DVD player
(or LD player)
VIDEO
L
R
(DVD)
(C
COAX
O
L
R
R
VCR /
DVR
FM ANTENNA
OUTPUT
VIDEO
L
CONTROL
OUT
R
OUTPUT
VIDEO
FM
UNBAL
75Ω
IN
IN
IN
TV /
SAT IN
IN
DVD
/ LD IN
FRONT
OUT
TO
MONTOR
TV
SUB
WOOFER
PREOUT
SURROUND
OUT
P
L
A
Y
CD - R
/ TAPE
/ MD
R
IN
CENTER
SUB
WOOFER
INPUT
L
VIDEO
TV
(monitor)
DVD 5.1 CH
INPUT
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Connecting Your Equipment
Connecting Antennas
Connect the AM loop antenna and the FM wire antenna as shown below. To improve reception and sound quality,
connect external antennas (see Using external antennas, below). Always make sure that the receiver is switched off
and unplugged from the wall outlet before making or changing any connections.
AM loop antenna
Assemble the antenna and connect to the receiver.
Attach to a wall, etc. (if desired) and face in the direction
that gives the best reception.
DIGITAL IN
R
AM LOOP
ANTENNA
IN
ASSIGNABLE
PCM / 2 / DTS
L
CD
DIGITAL
OUT
CONTROL
OUT
(DVD)
(CD) 1
(CD-R) 2
COAX
OPT
OPT
OPT
VCR /
DVR
FM ANTENNA
FM
UNBAL
75Ω
IN
IN
IN
TV /
SAT IN
IN
OUT
TO
MONTOR
TV
FRONT
SPEAKERS
R
DVD
/ LD IN
CENT
SPEA
L
SUB
WOOFER
PREOUT
FRONT
Antenna snap connectors
SURROUND
OUT
P
L
A
Y
CD - R
/ TAPE
/ MD
L
R
IN
Twist the exposed wire strands together and insert into
the hole, then snap the connector shut.
CENTER
SUB
WOOFER
DVD 5.1 CH
INPUT
FM wire antenna
10 mm
Connect the FM wire antenna and fully extend vertically
along a window frame or other suitable area, etc.
Using External Antennas
To improve FM reception
To improve AM reception
Connect an external FM antenna.
Connect a 5-6 m length of vinyl-coated wire to the AM
antenna terminal without disconnecting the supplied AM loop
antenna.
For the best possible reception, suspend horizontally outdoors.
PAL connector
Outdoor antenna
AM LOOP
ANTENNA
75 Ω coaxial cable
Indoor antenna
(Vinyl-coated wire)
5–6 m
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Connecting Your Equipment
Connecting Speakers
A full complement of six speakers is shown here but, naturally, everyone’s home setup will vary. Simply connect the
speakers you have in the manner described below. The receiver will work with just two stereo speakers (called “front”
speakers in the diagram) but using at least three speakers is recommended, and all five is best.
Make sure you connect the speaker on the right to the right terminal and the speaker on the left to the left terminal.
Also make sure the positive and negative (+/–) terminals on the receiver match those on the speakers.
MEMO:
• Use speakers with a nominal impedance of 8 Ω to 16 Ω.
Center Speaker
Front Speakers
L
R
IN
ASSIGNABLE
PCM / 2 / DTS
L
CD
SL
C
DIGITAL IN
R
AM LOOP
ANTENNA
SURROUND Speakers
SR
DIGITAL
OUT
CONTROL
OUT
(DVD)
(CD) 1
(CD-R) 2
COAX
OPT
OPT
OPT
VCR /
DVR
FM ANTENNA
FM
UNBAL
75Ω
IN
IN
IN
TV /
SAT IN
TO
MONTOR
TV
OUT
IN
DVD
/ LD IN
SUB
WOOFER
PREOUT
FRONT
SPEAKERS
R
FRONT
CENTER
SPEAKER
L
SURROUND
SPEAKERS
R
L
SURROUND
OUT
P
L
A
Y
CD - R
/ TAPE
/ MD
L
R
IN
CENTER
SUB
WOOFER
DVD 5.1 CH
INPUT
Powered sub woofer
INPUT
Be sure to complete all other
connections before connecting this
unit to the AC power source.
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Connecting Your Equipment
Speaker terminals
Use good quality speaker wire to connect the speakers to the receiver.
1 Twist around 10 mm of bare wire strands together.
2 Unclip the speaker terminal and insert the wire.
3 Snap shut the speaker terminal to secure.
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·
10 mm
Caution:
Make sure that all the bare speaker wire is twisted together and inserted fully into the speaker terminal. If any of the
bare speaker wire touches the back panel it may cause the power to cut off as a safety measure.
Hints on speaker placement
Speakers are usually designed with a particular placement in mind. Some are designed to be floorstanding, while
others should be placed on stands to sound their best. Some should be placed near a wall; others should be placed
away from walls. Follow the guidelines on placement that the speaker manufacturer provided with your particular
speakers to get the most out of them.
• Place the front left and right speakers at equal
distances from the TV.
• When placing speakers near the TV, we recommend
using magnetically shielded speakers to prevent
possible interference, such as discoloration of the
picture when the TV is switched on. If you do not
have magnetically shielded speakers and notice
discoloration of the TV picture, move the speakers
farther away from the TV.
• Install the center speaker above or below the TV so
that the sound of the center channel is localized at
the TV screen.
CAUTION:
If you choose to install the center speaker on top
of the TV, be sure to secure it with putty, or by
other suitable means, to reduce the risk of damage
or injury resulting from the speaker falling from
the TV in the event of external shocks such as
earthquakes.
• If possible, install the surround speakers slightly
above ear level.
• Try not to install the surround speakers farther away
from the listening position than the front and center
speakers. Doing so can weaken the surround sound
effect.
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• To achieve the best possible surround sound, install
your speakers as shown below. Be sure all speakers
are installed securely to prevent accidents and
improve sound quality.
Overhead view of speaker set up
Front Left
Center
Front
Right
Subwoofer
Surround Right
Surround Left
Listening Position
3-D view of speaker set up
Preparations
04
Setting Up for Surround Sound
Switch the power of this unit on (The STANDBY
indicator goes out).
To ensure the best possible surround sound, be sure to
complete the following set up operations. This is
particularly important when using the 2 (Dolby)
surround mode. You only need to make these settings
once (unless you change the placement of your current
speaker system or add new speakers, etc.). Refer to the
following pages for detailed descriptions of the settings
available for each mode.
Î
MULTI CONTROL
DVD/LD TV/SAT VCR/DVR
2
CD
CD-R/
RECEIVER TUNER TAPE/MD TV CONT
2 DSP MODE MIDNIGHT 5.1CH
1
2
3
4
CHANNEL TEST
SELECT TONE
5
ATT
SIGNAL
SELECT
7
8
6
CHANNEL
LEVEL
9
EFFECT
10
DISC
0
CH
FUNC
TV CONTROL
VOL
VOL
FQ
ST
ST
ENTER
MENU
TOP
MENU
4
FQ
SOURCE CLASS
D.ACCESS
MPX
BAND
CHANNEL
DISPLAY RF ATT
3
LOUDNESS FUNCTION MUTING
1
FL
REMOTE MASTER
RECEIVER DIMMER SETUP VOLUME
AUDIO/VIDEO PRE-PROGRAMMED
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
• Crossover frequency setting mode (page 12)
Use to determine which frequencies will be sent to
the subwoofer (or “Large” speakers if you don’t have a
subwoofer).
• LFE attenuator setting mode (page 13)
Use to specify the peak level for the LFE channel and
the crossover network for rerouted bass frequencies.
• Low cut filter ON/OFF setting mode (page 13)
Use to cut the distorted sound from the subwoofer.
• FRONT speakers distance setting mode (page 13)
Use to specify the distance from your listening
position to your front speakers.
• CENTER speakers distance setting mode (page
13)
Use to specify the distance from your listening
position to your center speaker.
• SURROUND speakers distance setting mode
(page 14)
Use to specify the distance from your listening
position to your surround speakers.
• Dynamic range control setting mode (page 14)
Use to compress the dynamic range of the sound
track.
• Dual mono setting mode (page 14)
Use with 2 Digital software that has dual mono
encoding if you want to isolate one channel or listen
in this specialized mono mode.
• Coaxial digital input setting (page 14)
Use to specify the component to be assigned to the
coaxial digital input.
• Optical digital input setting 1 (page 15)
Use to specify the component to be assigned to the
optical digital input.
• Optical digital input setting 2 (page 15)
Use to specify the component to be assigned to the
optical digital input.
4 Press % or fi to select the setting you want.
1 Press
RECEIVER to turn the power on.
The STANDBY indicator goes out.
2 Press RECEIVER.
The setting is entered automatically.
5 Repeat steps 3 and 4 to set other surround
modes.
This switches the remote to the receiver mode.
3 Press @ or # to select the mode you want to
set.
For best results, start with “SPEAKERS setting mode”
and make your initial adjustments in the order
described below.
The current settings are displayed automatically.
• SPEAKERS (Front, Center, Surround) setting
mode (page 12)
Use to specify the number and type of speakers you
have connected.
• SUBWOOFER ON/PLUS/OFF setting mode (page
12)
Use to specify the subwoofer as on, plus or off.
MEMO:
Press ENTER to exit the setting mode.
The setting mode is automatically exited if no operation
is performed within 20 seconds.
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Preparations
SPEAKERS (Front, Center, Surround)
setting mode
SUBWOOFER ON/PLUS/OFF setting
mode
This setting establishes the configuration of the speaker
system and size of each set of speakers you have
connected. So, for example, here you set whether you
have connected surround speakers or not, and how big
they are. Selecting “Large” or “Small” will determine how
much bass is sent by the receiver to the speakers being
set.
In the display, “F”, “C”, and “S” refer to front, center,
and surround speakers respectively. Speaker size is
denoted as “L” for large speakers, “S” for small
speakers, and “*” (asterisk) if no speaker is connected.
Sets whether the SUBWOOFER is used or not. Also,
when used you have the option to use the “PLUS”
setting.
MEMO:
If the cone size (diameter) of the speaker is larger than
12 cm, please set to Large.
Choose a speaker setting mode according to
the speakers you hooked up. Use the % or fi
buttons.
The configurations shown below will appear in the
display on the front of the receiver. One of them
should match your speaker set up. Cycle through the
different possibilities until you find the one that
matches your set up.
Press # to advance to the next receiver setting, and
press @ to return to a previous receiver setting.
Press % or fi to select subwoofer ON, PLUS
or OFF.
MEMO:
• The initial setting is “ON”.
• Setting the front speaker size to “Small” in the
SPEAKERS setting mode automatically locks the
subwoofer in the “ON” position.
• Use the PLUS for extra bass. When you use PLUS
you will get the bass sounds from the subwoofer
even if the front speakers are set to “Large”.
Crossover frequency setting mode
Crossover frequency is the point where the receiver
divides the high and low sounds (the frequencies)
between the speakers. Since most smaller speakers can’t
handle deep bass tones, this setting allows you to send
those sounds to the subwoofer (or speakers set to
“Large” if you don’t have a subwoofer) instead of the
speakers set to “Small” in your system. Choose the point
at which you want the frequency routed to the
subwoofer (or “Large” speakers).
We recommend setting this to 200 Hz if smaller
bookshelf-type speakers are used for your “Small”
speakers.
Press % or fi to specify the crossover
frequency for your small speakers (100 Hz,
150 Hz or 200 Hz).
100Hz
150Hz
200Hz
100 Hz
Sends bass frequencies below 100 Hz to the subwoofer
(or “Large” speakers).
150 Hz
Sends bass frequencies below 150 Hz to the subwoofer
(or “Large” speakers).
200 Hz
Sends bass frequencies below 200 Hz to the subwoofer
(or “Large” speakers).
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MEMO:
• The initial setting is “100 Hz”.
• If all speakers (front, center, and surround) are set to
“Large” in SPEAKERS setting mode, the crossover
frequency cannot be set because there are no “Small”
speakers (*** appears in the display).
LFE attenuator setting mode
Dolby Digital and DTS audio sources include ultra-low
bass tones. Set the LFE attenuator as needed to prevent
the ultra-low bass tones from distorting the sound from
the speakers.
Press % or fi to set the attenuation level (0
dB, 10 dB or ** dB(∞)).
0 dB
10 dB
∞ (display "**")
MEMO:
• The initial setting is “0 dB”.
• When ∞ is selected (** appears in the display), LFE
is not available.
Low cut filter ON/OFF setting mode
Turn the low cut filter ON when distorted sound is
output through the subwoofer.
Press % or fi to select low cut filter ON or
OFF.
MEMO:
• The initial setting is “OFF”.
• If the SUBWOOFER is set to “OFF” in the
SUBWOOFER ON/OFF setting mode, the low cut
filter cannot be set.
FRONT speakers distance setting
mode
Sets the distance from the FRONT speakers to the
listening position.
Press % or fi to set the distance of the
FRONT speakers from the main listening
position (within a 9.0 m range).
MEMO:
• The initial setting is 3.0 m.
• One step equals about 0.3 m.
CENTER speaker distance setting
mode
The center speaker is normally placed directly in front of
the listening room and is thus closer to the listening
position than the Front speakers. This means that the
sound from the center speaker will be heard before the
Front speakers. To prevent this, set the center speaker
distance setting to delay the sound from the center
speaker so that the sound from the Front and center
speakers will be heard at the same time.
Press % or fi to set the distance of the
CENTER speaker from the main listening
position (within a 9.0 m range).
MEMO:
• The initial setting is 3.0 m.
• When “C*” is selected in SPEAKERS setting mode,
the center distance cannot be set.
• One step equals about 0.3 m.
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Preparations
SURROUND speakers distance setting
mode
Use to set the SURROUND speakers distance. Like the
CENTER speaker position, the SURROUND speakers
may be set in a location closer or farther than the
FRONT speakers. Set the distance of the SURROUND
speakers accurately to hear sounds coming from both
FRONT and SURROUND speakers at the same time.
Press % or fi to set the distance of the
SURROUND speakers from the main
listening position (within a 9.0 m range).
MEMO:
• The initial setting is 3.0 m.
• When “S*” is selected in SPEAKERS setting mode,
the SURROUND distance cannot be set.
• One step equals about 0.3 m.
Dynamic range control setting mode
Dynamic range is the difference between the loudest and
softest sounds in any given signal. The dynamic range
control helps you play back sounds so the quieter
sounds are audible yet the louder sounds don’t get
distorted. It does this by compressing the dynamic
range, in other words pushing all the sounds towards the
same relative volume level. When watching a movie at
low volume, setting this function enables low level
sounds to be heard more easily but you won’t be jolted
by louder sounds.
Press % or fi to set the dynamic range
control (OFF, MAX, or MID).
MEMO:
• The initial setting is “OFF”.
• When the volume level is increased, set to “OFF”.
• For listening enjoyment at low volumes, set to “MAX”
for maximum dynamic range compression.
• Dynamic range control is effective only when a Dolby
Digital signal is being played back.
Dual mono setting mode
The dual mono setting can only be used when listening
to Dolby Digital discs that have dual mono software
encoded in them. As of now these are not that widely
used. With this setting you can choose which channel in
the dual mono setting you want to listen to. Thus, it is
useful for soundtracks that have one language on one
channel and a different language on the other.
Remember you can only use this setting if you have
Dolby Digital software with this feature and want to
isolate one of the channels therein.
There are two different ways to route the sound in the
dual mono setting, one is with Dolby Digital mode on,
the other with Dolby Digital mode off. If Dolby Digital
mode is switched on, the ch1 setting will play channel 1
through your center speaker, the ch2 setting will play
channel 2 through your center speaker. With Dolby
Digital mode off, the dual mono sound routing is as
follows: In the ch1 setting your will hear channel 1 out
of both front speakers. In the ch2 setting you will hear
channel 2 out of both speakers. In the L. c1 R. c2
setting the speakers will play the soundtrack
independently of each other. The left front speaker will
play channel 1 and the right front speaker will play
channel 2.
Press % or fi to cycle through the possible
DUAL MONO settings.
L. c 1 R. c 2
ch2
ch1
MEMO:
• The default setting of this feature is ch 1.
Coaxial digital input setting
Here you tell the receiver what component you have
hooked up to the coaxial digital input jack.
Press % or fi to select the coaxial digital
input (DVD, TV, CD, CD-R, VCR or OFF).
After you assign a component to the digital jack,
whenever you select that component, for example a
DVD player, the receiver will automatically change to
the digital input setting. You can see this in the
ANALOG DIGITAL indicator on the front of the
receiver.
MEMO:
• The initial setting is “DVD”.
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Optical digital input setting 1
Here you tell the receiver what component you have
hooked up to the optical input 1 jack.
Press % or fi to select the optical digital
input (DVD, TV, CD, CD-R, VCR, or OFF).
After you assign a component to the digital jack,
whenever you select that component, for example a
DVD player, the receiver will automatically change to
the digital input setting. You can see this in the
ANALOG DIGITAL indicator on the front of the
receiver.
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1
2
MULTI CONTROL
DVD/LD TV/SAT VCR/DVR
CD-R/
RECEIVER TUNER TAPE/MD TV CONT
2 DSP MODE MIDNIGHT 5.1CH
1
2
3
4
CHANNEL TEST
SELECT TONE
5
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SIGNAL
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LEVEL
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10
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TV CONTROL
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VOL
FQ
ST
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ENTER
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TOP
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SOURCE CLASS
D.ACCESS
MEMO:
• The initial setting is “CD”.
MPX
BAND
CHANNEL
DISPLAY RF ATT
LOUDNESS FUNCTION MUTING
FL
REMOTE MASTER
RECEIVER DIMMER SETUP VOLUME
3
AUDIO/VIDEO PRE-PROGRAMMED
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
Optical digital input setting 2
Here you tell the receiver what component you have
hooked up to the optical input 2 jack.
Press % or fi to select the optical digital
input (DVD, TV, CD, CD-R, VCR, or OFF).
After you assign a component to the digital jack,
whenever you select that component, for example a
DVD player, the receiver will automatically change to
the digital input setting. You can see this in the
ANALOG DIGITAL indicator on the front of the
receiver.
MEMO:
• The initial setting is “CD-R”.
1 Press RECEIVER.
This switches the remote to the receiver mode.
2 Press 2.
3 Press VOL + or – to adjust the volume to an
appropriate level.
4 Press TEST TONE to output the test tone.
The test tone is output in the following order.
(depending on the speaker setting mode)
FL
SW
CT
SL
FR
SR
• Test tone is only output in Dolby/DTS modes.
5 Adjust speaker levels so that you hear the
test tone at the same volume from each
speaker when seated in the main listening
position.
• The channel level range is ± 10 dB.
• Levels can be set for each surround mode.
Setting the Volume Level of
Each Channel (adjusting the
speaker volume balance)
Use to set the relative volume of each channel.
6 Press TEST TONE to turn off the test tone.
MEMO:
• Since the SUBWOOFER transmits an ultra-low
frequency its sound may seem quieter than it actually
is.
• The speaker volume can be adjusted without
outputting the test tone by pressing CHANNEL
LEVEL or CHANNEL SELECT.
• Initial setting is 0 dB.
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Displays & Controls
Display
2
1
3
DIGITAL
PRO LOGIC DSP
SIGNAL SELECT
DIGITAL DTS
4 5
ATT
ANALOG DIGITAL
6
7
8
9
0 -
MONITOR RF ATT
DIRECT
SP
A
TUNED
MIDNIGHT
STEREO
LOUDNESS MONO
EON
RDS
dB
=
~
1 SIGNAL SELECT indicators
Lights to indicate the type of input signal assigned for
the current component :
2 DIGITAL : Lights when a DOLBY DIGITAL
signal is played.
DTS : Lights when a source with DTS audio signals
is played.
ANALOG : Lights when an analog signal is selected.
DIGITAL : Lights when a digital audio signal is
selected.
2 DTS indicator
Lights when DTS mode is being used.
3 2 DIGITAL indicator
When the 2 (DOLBY)/DTS mode of the receiver is
on, this lights to indicate playback of a Dolby Digital
signal. However, 2 PRO LOGIC lights during two
channel playback of Dolby Digital.
4 OVERLOAD indicator
This lights when an analog signal is too high (the
SIGNAL SELECT would have to be on ANALOG). It
indicates the sound is distorting and the input signal
should be reduced.
5 ATT indicator
Lights when ATT is used to attenuate (reduce) the
level of the input signal (can only be used in ANALOG mode).
6 DIRECT indicator
Lights when source DIRECT is in use. This function
bypasses all tone, balance, DSP and Dolby Surround
effects.
7 SPEAKER indicator
Shows if the speaker system is on or not. SP 3A
means speakers are switched on. SP 3 means
speakers are switched off.
8 MONITOR indicator
Lights when MONITOR is selected. Used to hear a
recording as it's being made (see page 30).
9 RF ATT indicator
Lights when the RF ATT is on (see page 24).
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#
$
%
0 EON indicator
The box around EON indicator lights to inform you
that the currently tuned station carries the EON data
service. When the EON mode is set, the EON
indicator ligh†s, but during actual reception of an
EON broadcast the EON indicator will flash. An
empty box in the EON indicator spot means it is
possible to pick up an EON broadcast but the
receiver has not been set to do so (this will only
appear when RDS is switched on).
- RDS indicator
Lights when an RDS broadcast is received.
= CHARACTER display
Shows the radio frequency or function (DVD/LD, CD,
etc.) receiver is using.
~ 2 PRO LOGIC indicator
When the 2 (DOLBY)/DTS mode of the receiver is
on, this lights to indicate playback of a two channel
source.
! DSP indicator
Lights when any Advanced Theater or DSP mode is
selected.
@ MIDNIGHT indicator
Lights when MIDNIGHT listening mode is in use.
# LOUDNESS indicator
Lights when the LOUDNESS is on. Use to boost the
bass and treble at low volume.
$ TUNER indicators
MONO:
Lights when the mono mode is set using the MPX
button.
TUNED:
Lights when a broadcast is being received.
STEREO:
Lights when a stereo FM broadcast is being received
in auto stereo mode.
% MASTER VOLUME LEVEL
Shows the overall volume level. Volume level is
maintained even when the power is off. ---dB
indicates the minimum level, and 0dB indicates the
maximum level.
• Depending on the level settings you make for
individual channels, the MAX level can range
between –10dB and 0dB.
Displays & Controls
Front Panel
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MULTI JOG
TONE
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VOLUME
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TUNING
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PHONES
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MPX
SPEAKERS
MONITOR
DVD
5.1CH
DSP
MODE
SIGNAL
SELECT
2/DTS
MIDNIGHT
DOWN
=
~!
@ # $ % ^ & * () _
1 — OFF/ _ ON (Main power) button
If the button is OFF (—), the power of the receiver is
shut off and the STANDBY/ON button (~) on the
receiver or the remote control do not function.
Pressing the button again will turn the receiver ON
(_) and the receiver enters the standby mode. In the
standby mode, you can turn on the receiver using the
STANDBY/ON button (~) on the receiver or the
remote control.
2 STATION (+/–) buttons (see pages 25, 26, 28)
Selects station memories when using the tuner.
3 RF ATT button (see page 24)
Use to lower the input level of a radio signal that is
too powerful or contain interference thus causing the
receiver to distort
4 CHARACTER/SEARCH button (see pages 26, 28)
Use to search for different program types in RDS
mode. It is also used to input station names.
5 EON MODE button (see pages 28, 29)
Use to search for different programs that are transmitting traffic or news information (this search method
is called EON).
6 TUNING buttons (see page 24)
Selects the frequency when using the tuner.
7 DIRECT button
Use to switch DIRECT playback on or off. This mode
bypasses the tone controls and channel levels for the
most accurate reproduction of a source.
8 MONITOR button
Press to switch tape monitoring on/off.
9 Remote sensor
Receives the signals from the remote control.
0 TONE button
Press this button to access the bass and treble
controls, which you can then adjust with the
MULTI JOG dial.
UP
+
- MULTI JOG DIAL
The MULTI JOG dial performs a number of tasks.
Use it to select the function (like DVD or CD) that
you want to play. You can also use it, after pressing
the TONE button to increase or decrease the amount
of bass or treble.
= STANDBY indicator
Lights when the receiver is in standby mode (note
that the receiver consumes a small amount of power
(1W) in standby mode).
~ STANDBY/ON button
Switches the receiver between on and standby.(note
that the receiver consumes a small amount of power
(1W) in standby mode).
! PHONES jack
Use to connect headphones. (Use the SPEAKER
button to turn off the speakers if you want to mute
the sound from the speakers.)
@ CLASS button (see pages 25, 26)
Switches between the three banks (classes) of station
memories.
# MEMORY button (see pages 25, 26, 28)
Press to memorize a station for recall using the
STATION (+/–) buttons.
$ BAND button (see pages 24, 25, 29)
Switches between station AM and FM radio bands.
% MPX button (see page 24)
If there is interference or noise during a FM radio
broadcast, or the radio reception is weak, press the
MPX button to switch the receiver into mono
reception mode. This should improve the sound
quality and allow you to enjoy the broadcast.
^ SPEAKER button
Use to switch the speaker system between A (on) and
off.
& MIDNIGHT button (see page 22)
Use when listening to movie soundtracks at low
volume. This feature will enable you to hear quiet
sounds and not get jolted by loud or sudden sound
effects.
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Displays & Controls
* DVD 5.1ch button
Use this button to switch between a DVD player
hooked up to the digital inputs and a 5.1 ch external
decoder hooked up to the 5.1 ch analog inputs.
( DSP MODE button (see pages 20, 22)
Use to switch between the various DSP modes
available (HALL 1, HALL 2, JAZZ, DANCE, THEATER 1, THEATER 2) and DSP off. Use to create
different surround sound effects from any stereo
source.
) SIGNAL SELECT button (see page 21)
Use to select between an analog or digital signal.
_ 2 /DTS button (see pages 20, 21, 23)
Use to switch between the various Dolby/DTS
surround modes.
+ MASTER VOLUME
Use to set the overall listening volume.
Remote Control
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2
MULTI CONTROL
DVD/LD TV/SAT VCR/DVR
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CD
CD-R/
RECEIVER TUNER TAPE/MD TV CONT
2 DSP MODE MIDNIGHT 5.1CH
1
2
3
4
3
CHANNEL TEST
SELECT TONE
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8
6
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LEVEL
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DISC
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~
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FUNC
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TV CONTROL
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VOL
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SOURCE CLASS
D.ACCESS
MPX
@
BAND
CHANNEL
DISPLAY RF ATT
LOUDNESS FUNCTION MUTING
FL
REMOTE MASTER
RECEIVER DIMMER SETUP VOLUME
AUDIO/VIDEO PRE-PROGRAMMED
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
#
$
%
^
1 MULTI CONTROL buttons
Use to put the receiver/remote control in the stated
mode.
For other equipment controls, see Controlling the
Rest of Your System on pages 31-34.
2 RECEIVER button (see page 11)
Use this button when setting up the surround sound
for the receiver.
3 NUMBER/MODE buttons (see pages 25, 31, 33,
34)
Use the number buttons to select the radio frequency
in tuner DIRECT ACCESS mode or the tracks in CD,
DVD mode etc.
Also, buttons marked with the following names have
special functions. If you try to use one of these
functions but the display flashes it means that
function cannot be used in the current mode (for
example DSP modes cannot be used when 5.1 CH
setting is on).
2 (see pages 15, 23)
Use to put receiver in DOLBY DIGITAL, DOLBY
SURROUND and DTS modes. To use first press the
RECEIVER button then operate this button.
DSP MODE (see pages 22)
Use to put receiver in one of the DSP modes. To use
first press the RECEIVER button then operate this
button.
MIDNIGHT (see page 22)
Use to put receiver in MIDNIGHT mode. To use first
press the RECEIVER button then operate this button.
5.1 ch (see page 22)
When the DVD/LD or DVD 5.1 CH function is
selected each press switches the DVD/LD input
between DVD/LD and DVD 5.1 CH. To use first press
the RECEIVER button then operate this button.
CHANNEL SELECT (see page 15-memo)
Use to select a speaker when setting up the surround
sound of the receiver. To use first press the
RECEIVER button then operate this button.
TEST TONE (see page 15)
Use to sound the TEST TONE when setting up the
surround sound of the receiver. To use first press the
RECEIVER button then operate this button.
ATT
If the Overload indicator lights often, use to attenuate
(lower) the level of an analog input signal to prevent
distortion. To use, press the RECEIVER button first,
then press this button.
CHANNEL LEVEL +/– (see page 15-memo)
Use to set up the levels of the surround sound of the
receiver. To use first press the RECEIVER button then
operate this button.
SIGNAL SELECT (see page 21)
Use to select the proper signal (analog, digital) for the
source your are inputting. To use first press the
RECEIVER button then operate this button.
Displays & Controls
4 THE FOLLOWING FOUR SETS OF BUTTONS
ARE DEDICATED TV CONTROL. THEY ARE
ONLY USED FOR CONTROLLING YOUR TV.
TV FUNC button
Use select the TV function.
TV (POWER) button
Use to turn on the power of the TV.
TV CH +/– buttons
Use to change channels on your TV.
TV VOL +/– buttons
Use to adjust the volume on your TV.
5 MENU button
Use to access different menus associated with your
DVD player. To use first press the DVD/LD button
then operate this button.
6 SOURCE button
Use to turn on/off the components connected to the
receiver. To use first press the MULTI CONTROL
buttons then operate this button.
7 THE FOLLOWING BUTTONS ARE BOTH
CONTROLS FOR OTHER COMPONENTS (LIKE
A DVD PLAYER) AND DEDICATED TUNER
CONTROLS. THE TUNER CONTROLS ARE
EXPLAINED HERE. YOU CAN USE THEM
AFTER YOU HAVE PUSHED THE TUNER MULTI
CONTROL BUTTON.
CLASS button (see pages 25, 26)
Use to switch between the three banks (classes) of
station memories.
MPX button (see page 24)
Use to switch between auto stereo and mono
reception of FM broadcasts. If the signal is weak then
switching to MONO will improve the sound quality.
Also, this is the pause button for CDs, tapes, DVDs,
etc.
BAND button (see pages 25, 26, 29)
Use to switch between the AM and FM band when in
TUNER mode.
D. ACCESS button (see page 25)
Use to directly access a radio station by pressing the
number of the station you want.
8 LOUDNESS button
Use to switch on the loudness. This feature is useful
for getting good bass and treble sounds listening at
low volumes.
9 FUNCTION button
Use to select the playback or recording source. This
button lets you cycle through the different functions
of the receiver in the following order: CD, tuner,
CDR/TAPE/MD, VCR/DVR, DVD/LD, DVD 5.1 CH.,
and TV/SAT.
0 RECEIVER (POWER) button
This switches between STANDBY mode and power
ON for this receiver.
- FL DIMMER button
Use this button to make the fluorescent display (FL)
dimmer or brighter. There are three brightness
settings as well as an off setting.
= LED DISPLAY
This display flashes when a command is sent from
the remote control to the receiver. It also flashes at
other times, for example when teaching the receiver
preset codes with specific meanings.
~ EFFECT +/– buttons (see pages 22, 34)
Use to add or subtract the amount of effect in
different DSP sound modes or advanced listening
modes. To use first press the RECEIVER button then
operate this button.
! 2 3 (ST +/–) 5∞ (FQ +/–) & ENTER buttons
(see pages 11-15, 24, 26, 33, 34)
Use these arrow buttons when setting up your
surround sound system. These buttons are also used
to control DVD menus/options and for deck 1 of a
double cassette deck player. The FQ +/– buttons can
be used to find radio frequencies. The ST +/– buttons
can be used to select the stations of memorized radio
frequencies.
@ TOP MENU button
In DVD mode this button brings you to the top or
most fundamental menu.
# CHANNEL +/– buttons (DISPLAY, RF ATT)
Use to select the stations of memorized radio
frequencies. Also use to skip tracks backward or
forward on CDs, DVDs, etc. Also use to display the
RDS information (DISPLAY) and use to lower the
input level of a radio signal (RF ATT).
$ MUTING button
Use to mute the sound or restore the sound if it has
been muted.
% MASTER VOLUME +/– buttons
Use to set the overall listening volume.
^ REMOTE SETUP button (see pages 31-32)
Use this button when setting up the remote control to
control other components.
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Sound Modes
Learning about the Sound Modes
The sound modes are explained here.
There are two cinema modes: STANDARD, and ADVANCED THEATER. These are designed to be used with multi
channel surround sound audio/visual sources (like DVDs and LDs). Intrinsic to home theater, these modes can deliver
realistic and powerful surround sound that recreates the movie theater experience. You may need to experiment with
them to see which settings suit your home system and personal tastes.
The DSP and STEREO modes are designed to be used with music sources but some DSP modes are also suited for
film soundtracks. Again, try different settings with various soundtracks to see which you like.
2/DTS STANDARD mode
This mode is for pure decoding of Dolby Digital, DTS and Dolby Surround soundtracks. No special effects are added.
It is good for enjoying movies that have been recorded in Dolby Digital, DTS or Dolby Surround.
You can identify Dolby Digital software by the 1 or
marks. Most Dolby Surround software is
marked 3, but unmarked software may also incorporate Dolby Surround.
ADVANCED THEATER modes
MUSICAL
Simulates the acoustic environment of a large concert hall and is suitable for music or musical sources marked 1
R
(
) or
.
DRAMA
Simulates the relaxed environment of a classic medium size movie theater, and is suitable for watching dramas on
sources marked 1 (
) or
.
ACTION
Simulates the acoustic environment of a modern large movie theater. You can enjoy the power and dynamics of
R
R
motion picture audio which is suitable for action movies on sources marked 1 ,
or
.
EXPANDED
This mode is especially designed to give sound depth to stereo sources. The overall effect builds a dynamic and broad
sound space, allowing two-channel (stereo) signals to faithfully imitate a five speaker sound. Use with Dolby Pro
Logic for a stereo surround effect. You can also use with Dolby Digital sources for a wider stereo field than
STANDARD mode.
DSP modes
The DSP (Digital Signal Processing) modes allow you to transform your living room into a variety of different sonic
environments when playing standard (two-channel) stereo sources, Dolby Pro Logic sources, and Dolby Digital sources.
DSP function does not work with the speakers set to off.
HALL 1
Simulates the acoustic environment of a large wooden concert hall. Complex delay of reflected sounds coupled with
reverberation effects create a dynamic and beautiful sound characteristic of an orchestra performing in a concert hall,
making it suitable for classical music.
HALL 2
Simulates the acoustic environment of a stone concert hall. The rich reverberations and natural fullness of the sound
create the auditory impression of being in a concert hall, making it suitable for classical music.
JAZZ
Simulates the acoustic environment of a jazz club. Less delay on the reflected sounds emphasizes the sensation of
hearing a live band.
DANCE
Simulates the acoustic environment and strong bass sound of a nightclub. A short delay on the reflected sounds
emulates the raw power of dance music.
THEATER 1
Adjusts the delay of the reflected sound to simulate the acoustic environment of a medium sized movie theater.
THEATER 2
Simulates the acoustic environment of a theater while maintaining proper localization of each channel.
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Sound Modes
Switching ANALOG/DIGITAL
Signal Input
When you select a function (for example CD) that is
only hooked up by a digital connection, then the
ANALOG/DIGITAL signal input switch will
automatically choose digital. If you have that function
hooked up by both digital and analog connections this
switch lets you choose which to listen to.
Playing Sources with Dolby
Digital or DTS Sound
MULTI CONTROL
DVD/LD TV/SAT VCR/DVR
4
6
CD
CD-R/
RECEIVER TUNER TAPE/MD TV CONT
3
2 DSP MODE MIDNIGHT 5.1CH
1
2
3
4
CHANNEL TEST
SELECT TONE
5
ATT
SIGNAL
SELECT
7
8
6
CHANNEL
LEVEL
9
EFFECT
10
DISC
0
2
5
CH
FUNC
TV CONTROL
VOL
VOL
FQ
ST
ST
ENTER
MENU
TOP
MENU
FQ
SOURCE CLASS
Î
MULTI CONTROL
DVD/LD TV/SAT VCR/DVR
1
CD
CD-R/
RECEIVER TUNER TAPE/MD TV CONT
2 DSP MODE MIDNIGHT 5.1CH
1
2
3
4
CHANNEL TEST
SELECT TONE
5
6
CHANNEL
LEVEL
9
0
ATT
SIGNAL
SELECT
7
8
EFFECT
10
DISC
2
CH
FUNC
1 Press RECEIVER.
This switches the remote to the surround setup
mode.
2 Press SIGNAL SELECT to select the input
signal corresponding to the source
component.
Each press switches between ANALOG and DIGITAL
signal selection.
3 While SIGNAL SELECT is set to DIGITAL,
2 DIGITAL lights when a Dolby Digital
signal is input, DTS lights when a DTS signal
is input.
MEMO:
• SIGNAL SELECT is fixed in the “ANALOG” position
for components not assigned to one of the two digital
input jacks.
• This receiver can only play back Dolby Digital, PCM
(32kHz, 44kHz, and 48kHz), DTS, digital signal
formats. With digital signal formats other than these,
set SIGNAL SELECT to “ANALOG”.
• When a LD or CD player compatible with DTS is
played back with SIGNAL SELECT set in “ANALOG”,
digital noise may be output by playing back the DTS
directly (no decoding). To prevent noise, you need to
make digital connections (Refer to page 6) and set
SIGNAL SELECT to “DIGITAL”.
• Some DVD players don’t output DTS signals. For
more details, refer to the instruction manual supplied
with your DVD player.
3
2
D.ACCESS
MPX
BAND
CHANNEL
DISPLAY RF ATT
LOUDNESS FUNCTION MUTING
FL
REMOTE MASTER
RECEIVER DIMMER SETUP VOLUME
8
1 Turn on the power of the playback
component.
2 Turn on the power of the receiver.
Be sure that the standby indicator turns off on the
front panel.
3 Press a MULTI CONTROL button to select
the source you want to playback.
If the DIRECT FUNCTION is OFF you have to use
the FUNCTION button to select the source (see p.
32).
4 Press RECEIVER.
Then set the remote to select the sound mode.
5 Press SIGNAL SELECT to select DIGITAL.
(Refer to “Switching ANALOG/DIGITAL signal input”
on this page.)
6 Press 2 to switch the Dolby/DTS mode on.
7 Start playback of the component you
selected in step 1.
8 Press MASTER VOLUME (+/–) to adjust the
volume level.
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Sound Modes
Selecting a Sound Mode
To ensure the best possible surround sound, be sure to
complete the set up procedures described in “Setting Up
for Surround Sound” (starting on page 11) before using
the sound modes. This is particularly important when
using the 2 (Dolby) surround mode.
Press number button 4 (5.1CH) on the
remote to go back to the DVD/LD mode. To
exit this mode using the main unit simply
press the DVD 5.1CH button.
Surround operation
MULTI CONTROL
DVD/LD TV/SAT VCR/DVR
1
2
There are two ways to switch on DVD 5.1
CH mode. With the remote control press the
DVD/LD MULTI CONTROL button. Then
press the RECEIVER button and number
button 4 (5.1CH). On the main unit simply
press the DVD 5.1CH button.
CD
CD-R/
RECEIVER TUNER TAPE/MD TV CONT
2 DSP MODE MIDNIGHT 5.1CH
1
2
3
4
CHANNEL TEST
SELECT TONE
5
ATT
SIGNAL
SELECT
7
8
6
CHANNEL
LEVEL
9
EFFECT
10
DISC
0
CH
FUNC
TV CONTROL
VOL
EFFECT +/–
VOL
FQ
ST
ST
1 Press RECEIVER.
MEMO:
• When 5.1 ch input is selected, Dolby mode, DSP
mode, SIGNAL SELECT, ATT, DIRECT, TONE,
MIDNIGHT mode and LOUDNESS cannot be
operated.
• When 5.1ch input is selected, only the volume level
and channel levels can be set.
This sets the remote to select the sound mode.
(You can skip this step when using the controls on
the receiver.)
2 Press DSP MODE to select the sound mode.
Each press changes the DSP mode as follows:
=HALL 1 = HALL 2 = JAZZ = DANCE
(OFF) + THEATER 2 + THEATER 1 +
MEMO:
• The amount of effect of each DSP mode can be
adjusted in the range of 10 to 90 (the default setting
value is 70) by pressing EFFECT +/–.
Using in MIDNIGHT Listening
Mode
When the volume is low, surround effects tend to
become less than satisfactory. Turn the MIDNIGHT
listening mode on to enjoy the effects of quality
surround sound even at low volumes. This mode allows
you to hear effective surround sound of movies at low
volume levels.
Î
MULTI CONTROL
DVD/LD TV/SAT VCR/DVR
DVD 5.1 ch. input playback
Connect a DVD player with 5.1 channel output to enjoy
the surround sound created by 5.1 channel playback.
1
CD
CD-R/
RECEIVER TUNER TAPE/MD TV CONT
2 DSP MODE MIDNIGHT 5.1CH
1
2
3
4
CHANNEL TEST
SELECT TONE
5
6
CHANNEL
LEVEL
9
0
ATT
SIGNAL
SELECT
7
8
2
EFFECT
10
DISC
1 Press RECEIVER.
DVD / LD MULTI
CONTROL
This sets the remote to select the sound mode.
(You can skip this step when using the controls on
the receiver.)
Î
MULTI CONTROL
DVD/LD TV/SAT VCR/DVR
CD
CD-R/
RECEIVER TUNER TAPE/MD TV CONT
RECEIVER
2 Press MIDNIGHT.
2 DSP MODE MIDNIGHT 5.1CH
1
2
3
4
CHANNEL TEST
SELECT TONE
5
6
CHANNEL
LEVEL
9
0
ATT
SIGNAL
SELECT
7
8
EFFECT
10
DISC
CH
5.1CH
Each press switches MIDNIGHT listening mode on or
off.
MEMO:
• The effect automatically adjusts according to the
volume level.
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Sound Modes
ADVANCED THEATER Mode
(Dolby/DTS mode)
Playing Other Sources
MULTI CONTROL
Switch on the Dolby/DTS mode by pressing the 2
button. When Dolby/DTS mode is ON, Dolby Pro Logic,
Dolby Digital and DTS, and signal processing is
performed automatically corresponding to the input
signal. Use this button to cycle through the various
modes.
When the standard mode is selected, DSP modes are off.
Î
MULTI CONTROL
DVD/LD TV/SAT VCR/DVR
1
22
2 DSP MODE MIDNIGHT 5.1CH
1
2
3
4
5
6
CHANNEL
LEVEL
9
0
CD
2 DSP MODE MIDNIGHT 5.1CH
1
2
3
4
CHANNEL TEST
SELECT TONE
5
6
CHANNEL
LEVEL
3
2
9
1
0
¡
ATT
SIGNAL
SELECT
7
8
EFFECT
‡
4
3
4
ENTER
¢
LOUDNESS FUNCTION MUTING
FL
REMOTE MASTER
RECEIVER DIMMER SETUP VOLUME
AUDIO/VIDEO PRE-PROGRAMMED
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
1 Turn on the power of the playback
component.
CD
CD-R/
RECEIVER TUNER TAPE/MD TV CONT
CHANNEL TEST
SELECT TONE
DVD/LD TV/SAT VCR/DVR
CD-R/
RECEIVER TUNER TAPE/MD TV CONT
ATT
SIGNAL
SELECT
7
8
EFFECT
10
DISC
1 Press RECEIVER.
This sets the remote to select the sound mode.
(Skip this step when using the controls on the
receiver.)
2 Switch the Dolby/DTS mode on and off by
pressing 2 on the remote control or 2/
DTS on the front panel.
Each press changes the display as follows.
2 Turn on the power of the receiver.
Be sure that the standby indicator turns off on the
front panel.
3 Press a MULTI CONTROL button to select
the source you want to playback.
If the DIRECT FUNCTION is OFF you have to use
the MULTI JOG dial to select the source (see p.17,
#11).
4 If necessary, press SIGNAL SELECT to select
the input signal corresponding to the source
component.
5 Start playback of the component you
selected in step 1.
=STANDARD = MUSICAL = DRAMA
(OFF) + EXPANDED + ACTION +
Refer to page 22 for more details about each
surround effect.
MEMO:
• The effects of Dolby/DTS mode can be adjusted in
the range of 10 to 90 by pressing EFFECT +/– (the
default setting is 70). Also, the effect level can be set
in each ADVANCED THEATER mode by pressing the
EFFECT +/– button. The STANDARD mode cannot
be changed.
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07
Using the Tuner
Finding a Station
MPX mode
The following steps show you how to tune in to FM and
AM radio broadcasts using the automatic (search) and
manual (step) tuning functions. If you already know the
exact frequency of the station you want to listen to, see
Tuning Directly to a Station below. Once you are tuned
to a station you can memorize the frequency for recall
later—see Memorizing Stations on page 25 for more on
how to do this.
If there is interference or noise during a FM radio
broadcast, or the radio reception is weak, press the MPX
button to switch the receiver into mono reception mode.
This should improve the sound quality and allow you to
enjoy the broadcast.
MULTI CONTROL
DVD/LD TV/SAT VCR/DVR
1
RF ATT mode
CD
CD-R/
RECEIVER TUNER TAPE/MD TV CONT
If the radio signal is too strong and/or the sound is
distorting press the RF ATT button to attenuate (lower)
the radio signal input and reduce the distortion.
2 DSP MODE MIDNIGHT 5.1CH
1
2
3
4
CHANNEL TEST
SELECT TONE
5
ATT
SIGNAL
SELECT
7
8
6
CHANNEL
LEVEL
9
EFFECT
10
DISC
0
CH
FUNC
TV CONTROL
VOL
VOL
FQ
ST
ST
ENTER
MENU
TOP
MENU
FQ
SOURCE CLASS
D.ACCESS
MPX
BAND
CHANNEL
DISPLAY RF ATT
LOUDNESS FUNCTION MUTING
3
2
RF ATT
MPX
FL
REMOTE MASTER
RECEIVER DIMMER SETUP VOLUME
1 Press the MULTI CONTROL TUNER button
on the remote control or turn the MULTIJOG
DIAL on the receiver to select the tuner
mode.
CH
FUNC
TV CONTROL
VOL
2 Use the BAND button to change the band
(FM or AM), if necessary.
Each press switches the band between FM and AM.
3 Tune to a station.
Automatic tuning
To search for stations in the currently selected band,
press and hold either the FQ. + or FQ. – button for
about a second (on the front panel use the TUNING
+/– buttons). The receiver will start searching for the
next station, stopping when it has found one. Repeat
this step to search for other stations.
Manual tuning
To change the frequency one step at a time, press the
FQ. + / FQ. – (5∞) buttons (on the front panel use
the TUNING +/– buttons).
High speed tuning
Press and hold the FQ. + or FQ. – button for high
speed tuning, releasing the button once the desired
frequency is reached (on the front panel use the
TUNING +/– buttons).
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VOL
FQ
ST
ST
ENTER
MENU
TOP
MENU
FQ
SOURCE CLASS
D.ACCESS
MPX
BAND
CHANNEL
DISPLAY RF ATT
LOUDNESS FUNCTION MUTING
FL
REMOTE MASTER
RECEIVER DIMMER SETUP VOLUME
AUDIO/VIDEO PRE-PROGRAMMED
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
RF ATT
Using the Tuner
Tuning Directly to a Station
Memorizing Stations
Sometimes, you'll already know the frequency of the
station you want to listen to. In this case, you can simply
enter the frequency directly using the number buttons
on the remote control (this function is not available
using the front panel controls of the receiver).
If you often listen to a particular radio station, it's
convenient to have the receiver store the frequency for
easy recall whenever you want to listen to that station.
This saves the effort of manually tuning in each time.
The VSX-D510 can memorize up to 30 stations, stored
in three banks, or classes, (A, B and C) of 10 stations
each. When memorizing FM frequencies, the receiver
also stores the MPX setting (auto stereo or mono, see
p.24), and RF ATT settings. The process for memorizing
stations is only possible from the controls on the front
panel of the receiver.
MULTI CONTROL
DVD/LD TV/SAT VCR/DVR
1
CD
CD-R/
RECEIVER TUNER TAPE/MD TV CONT
2 DSP MODE MIDNIGHT 5.1CH
1
2
3
4
CHANNEL TEST
SELECT TONE
5
ATT
SIGNAL
SELECT
7
8
6
CHANNEL
LEVEL
9
4
EFFECT
10
DISC
0
CH
FUNC
TV CONTROL
VOL
4
VOL
FQ
ST
ST
ENTER
TOP
MENU
MENU
FQ
SOURCE CLASS
3
MPX
BAND
CHANNEL
DISPLAY RF ATT
D.ACCESS
2
LOUDNESS FUNCTION MUTING
FL
REMOTE MASTER
1 Press the MULTI CONTROL TUNER button
on the remote control or turn the MULTIJOG
DIAL on the receiver to select the tuner
mode.
2 Press the BAND button to select either FM
or AM.
Each press switches the band between FM and AM.
3 Press D.ACCESS (DIRECT ACCESS).
4 Use the number buttons to enter the
frequency of the radio station.
Example: To tune to 106.00 (FM), press 1 – 0 – 6 –
0–0
SP A
32
1 Tune to a station you want to memorize.
See Finding a Station and Tuning Directly to a
Station, on pages 26 and this page, for more on how
to do this.
2 Press MEMORY.
The display shows a blinking memory class.
SP A
TUNED
STEREO
TUNED
STEREO
3 Press CLASS to select one of the three
classes.
MEMO:
• If you make a mistake while inputting the frequency,
press the D.ACCESS button twice to cancel the
frequency and start again.
Repeatedly pressing this button cycles through the
three available classes, A, B and C.
4 Press STATION +/– to select the desired
station memory number.
Pressing these buttons repeatedly cycles through the
10 available station memories in each class.
After choosing the location you want, the preset class
and number blink for about 5 seconds and the
receiver stores the station.
Repeat steps 1 to 4 to memorize up to 30 stations.
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Using the Tuner
Naming Memorized Stations
You can input a name of up to four characters for each
preset station in the receiver’s memory. This name can be
anything you choose. For example, you could input
"BBC1" for that station and when you listen to it the
name, rather than the frequency number, will appear on
your display.
To erase or change the station name
Perform the procedures of “Naming Memorized
Stations” and enter four spaces to erase the memorized
station name.
When you want to change a memorized station name,
input the new station name using the same procedure.
Recalling Memorized Stations
3,5 4
Having memorized up to 30 stations (see this page for
how to do this), preset stations can be easily recalled.
DVD/LD TV/SAT VCR/DVR
1
CD
CD-R/
RECEIVER TUNER TAPE/MD TV CONT
2 DSP MODE MIDNIGHT 5.1CH
1
2
3
4
CHANNEL TEST
SELECT TONE
5
ATT
SIGNAL
SELECT
7
8
6
CHANNEL
LEVEL
9
3
EFFECT
10
DISC
0
CH
FUNC
TV CONTROL
VOL
VOL
FQ
2 61
ST
ST
ENTER
MENU
2
1 Press BAND to set the tuner function.
2 Press CLASS repeatedly to select the class.
Repeatedly pressing this button cycles through the
three available classes, A, B and C.
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TOP
MENU
FQ
SOURCE CLASS
D.ACCESS
MPX
BAND
CHANNEL
DISPLAY RF ATT
3
1
3 Press STATION +/– to select the preset
channel.
4 Press CHARACTER/SEARCH to select the
character input mode.
5 Press STATION +/– to choose the first
character.
The STATION +/– buttons scroll through the letters,
numbers and symbols you can input.
SP A
TUNED
STEREO
1 Press the MULTI CONTROL TUNER button on
the remote control or turn the MULTIJOG
DIAL on the receiver to select the tuner
mode.
2 Press CLASS to select the class in which the
station is stored.
6 Press MEMORY to input the first of the four
characters.
That character appears in the display and the cursor
automatically moves to the next space.
After four characters have been entered, the character
input mode is exited.
Repeat steps 2 to 6 to memorize up to 30 preset
broadcast station names.
SP A
Repeatedly pressing this button cycles through the
three available classes, A, B and C.
3 Use the STATION +/– buttons to select the
station memory in which the station is
stored.
Alternatively, recall the station memory using the
number buttons on the remote control.
TUNED
STEREO
MEMO:
• If the receiver is left disconnected from the AC power
outlet for a lengthy period, the station memories will
be lost and will have to be reprogrammed.
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Using the Tuner
An Introduction to RDS & EON
Radio Data System, or RDS as it’s usually known, is a
system used by FM radio stations to provide listeners
with various kinds of information—the name of the
station and the kind of show they’re broadcasting, for
example. This information shows up as text on the
display, and you can switch between the kind of
information shown. Although you don’t get RDS
information from all FM radio stations, you do with
most.
Probably the best feature of RDS is that you can search
automatically by type of programme. So, if you felt like
listening to jazz, you could search for a station that’s
broadcasting a show with the programme type, "JAZZ."
There are around 30 such programme types, including
various genres of music, news, sport, talk shows,
financial information, and so on.
The receiver lets you display three different kinds of RDS
information: Radio Text, Programme Service Name, and
Programme Type.
Radio Text (RT) is messages sent by the radio station.
These can be anything the broadcaster chooses—a talk
radio station might give out it telephone number as RT,
for example.
Programme Service Name (PS) is the name of the radio
station.
Programme Type (PTY) indicates the kind of programme
currently being broadcast.
The receiver can search for and display the following
programme types:
News
Affairs
Info
Sport
Educate
Drama
Culture
Science
Varied
Pop M
Rock M
M.O.R. M
Light M
Classics
Other M
Weather
Finance
Children
Social A
Religion
Accounts of facts, events and reportage
Current affairs
General information
Any aspect of sports
Educational material
Radio plays or serials
National or regional culture, theatre, etc.
Science and technology
Usually talk-based material, such as quiz
shows or interviews.
Pop music
Rock music
“Middle of the road” music
‘Light’ classical music
‘Serious’ classical music
Other music not fitting any of the above
categories
Weather reports, forecasts and
Meteological information
Stock market reports, commerce,
trading, etc.
Children’s entertainment
Social affairs
Beliefs and faiths, involving Gods, the
nature of existence, and ethics
Phone in
Travel
Leisure
Jazz
Country
Nation M
Oldies
Folk M
Document
Public expressing their views by phone
Holiday-type travel rather than traffic
announcements
Leisure interests and hobbies
Polyphonic, syncopated music
characterised by improvisation
Country music
Popular music in a language other than
English
Popular music from the ’50s
Folk music
Documentaries
In addition, there is a programme type, ALARM!, used
for exceptional emergency announcements. You can’t
search for this, but the tuner will switch automatically to
this RDS broadcast signal.
Using the RDS display
To display the different types of RDS information
available (RT, PS and PTY as explained on the previous
page), press TUN (TUNER) on the remote control and
use the DISPLAY button (also marked 4) to cycle
through the types of RDS information.
Each press changes the display as follows:
3 RT
3 PS
3 PTY
3 Frequency
MEMO
This unit converts lower case characters transmitted by
broadcast station to upper case characters.
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Using the Tuner
Basics of EON
Searching for RDS Programmes
EON (Enhanced Other Network information)
EON is a function that allows you to set the receiver to
switch to a frequency automatically when a programme
featuring traffic information or news is being broadcast.
It cannot be used in areas that EON information is not
transmitted and when FM broadcast stations do not
transmit PTY data. When the broadcast ends, the tuner
returns to the original frequency or function.
One of the most useful features of RDS is the ability to
search for a particular kind of radio programme. You can
search for any of the programme types listed on page
27—this covers all kinds of music, as well as news,
weather forecasts, sports programmes, and a variety of
others.
3 2
There are two types of EON you can set the tuner to:
1 TA (Traffic Announcement)
This mode will set the tuner to pick up traffic
information when it is broadcast.
2 NEWS
This mode will set the tuner to pick up news when it
is broadcast.
Setting EON allows automated reception of TA/
NEWS broadcasts
When EON is turned on, the receiver will automatically
jump to those EON-linked broadcasts. Even if a receiver
function other than the tuner is being used, the receiver
function will switch to the FM station automatically
when an EON-linked Traffic Information or News
programme begins. When the programme ends, the
original function will be restored. The EON function will
not operate, however, when the the tuner is on AM.
The receiver’s internal Programme
Identification function
PI (Programme Identification)
This is an identifying marker the tuner automatically
attaches to stations stored in your preset memory classes
(see p. 25). The marker distinguishes between stations
which transmit RDS data and those that don’t, so that
the receiver knows which stations to look at when
searching for RDS or EON transmissions. The code is
not displayed on the receiver and you don’t need to do
anything in regards to setting the PI codes.
PI code registration
The receiver will automatically register a PI code for any
station you input into the memory classes (see p. 25)
which can receive RDS or EON data.
To erase PI codes, follow this procedure:
1. Press the EON MODE button for two seconds
or more.
“ERASE PI” will be displayed.
2. Press MEMORY button within 5 seconds.
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4 1
1 Press BAND button to select the FM band.
RDS is only broadcast on FM.
2 To select the PTY search mode press the
CHARACTER/SEARCH button until you see
SEARCH in the display.
SP A
TUNED
STEREO
3 Use the STATION +/– buttons to select the
programme type you want to hear.
SP A
TUNED
STEREO
4 Press MEMORY search for the programme
type.
The tuner searches through the FM stations stored in
the station memories.
If the tuner finds a matching programme type, the
tuner plays 5 seconds of the station. To listen to that
station, press the MEMORY button. (The tuner stops
searching.)
If you don’t press the MEMORY button during the
above mentioned 5 seconds, the tuner resumes the
search.
When the tuner finds a programme type you
searched for, the frequency display will blink for
about 5 seconds and then the display will show
FINISH briefly.
Using the Tuner
SP A
SP A
TUNED
STEREO
TUNED
STEREO
3 Press the EON MODE button to select the
mode.
There are two EON modes: EON TA and EON
NEWS. EON TA will automatically search for traffic
reports and EON NEWS will automatically search for
news reports among your preset stations.
Each press changes the display as follows.
If NO PTY is displayed it means the tuner couldn’t find
that programme type at the time of the search.
SP A
TUNED
STEREO
MEMO
This function searches RDS stations preset in the 30channel memory. If this function is set when no stations
have been preset, “NO PTY” will be displayed. If the
desired PTY could not be found amongst the RDS
stations in memory, the same display appears.
3 EON TA
3 EON NEWS
OFF 2
4 EON mode has been set. If the receiver finds
such information on the EON-linked
broadcast, it will automatically jump to it.
The receiver is set to receive EON information even
when it is not in TUNER mode. If such information is
found the receiver will automatically switch into
TUNER mode to pick up the EON broadcast. When
the programme ends the receiver will return to the
original mode.
When the EON mode is set the EON indicator with a
box around it ligh†s, but during actual reception of
an EON-linked broadcast the EON indicator will
flash. An empty box in the EON indicator spot means
it is possible to pick up an EON-linked broadcast but
the receiver has not been set to do so (this will only
appear when RDS is switched on).
Setting EON (front panel only)
3
1
MEMO
• The EON mode is cancelled if you switch to AM
reception while setting EON. It starts once again
when you return to FM reception.
• Simultaneous requests for Traffic Information (TA)
and News programmes is not possible.
• You cannot operate the MEMORY and CHARACTER/
SEARCH buttons while the EON indicator lights.
• Functions other than TUNER cannot be changed
while the EON indicator flashes (while receiving on
EON-linked broadcast).
If you want to change to a function other than
TUNER, press the EON MODE button and turn the
EON mode off.
1 Press BAND button to select the FM band.
EON is only broadcast on FM.
2 Tune into an EON FM station (see p. 24–26).
The box around EON indicator lights to inform you
that the currently tuned station carries the EON data
service.
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08
Making a Recording
Making an Audio or a Video
Recording
The following steps show you how to make an audio or
a video recording from the built in tuner, or from an
audio or video source connected to the receiver (such as
a CD player or TV). Recordings can be made to a CDRecorder, cassette deck, MD, VCR, or DVR deck
connected to the CD-R/TAPE/MD, VCR or DVR in/out
connectors.
MEMO:
The receiver's volume, balance, tone (bass, treble,
loudness), and surround effects have no effect on the
recorded signal.
SOURCE CLASS
MPX
Record MONITOR
You can listen to (monitor) the recording as it's being
made using the MONITOR button on the front panel (a
cassette deck would have to have a record monitor
function).
Press the MONITOR button to switch between the
recorded signal and the original source signal.
FL
REMOTE MASTER
RECEIVER DIMMER SETUP VOLUME
MONITOR
1
1 Turn the MULTIJOG DIAL on the receiver or
press the FUNCTION button on the remote
control to select a source to record (you can
also use the MULTI CONTROL buttons on the
remote control to select a source).
All functions except MONITOR are accessible from
the remote control.
2 Prepare the program source.
Tune to the radio station, load the CD, etc. For a
video recording load the video, DVD etc.
En
4 Start recording, then start playback of the
source component.
LOUDNESS FUNCTION MUTING
AUDIO/VIDEO PRE-PROGRAMMED
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
30
Refer to the instructions that came with the recorder
if you are unsure how to do this. Most video
recorders set the audio recording level
automatically—check your video's instruction
manual if you are unsure whether yours has manual
controls.
BAND
CHANNEL
DISPLAY RF ATT
1
3 Insert a blank tape, MD, video etc. into the
recording device connected to either CD-R/
TAPE/MD or VCR/DVR and set the recording
levels.
Controlling the Rest of Your System
Setting Up the Remote Control
Recalling preset codes
The following steps show you how to recall preset codes
for each MULTI CONTROL button. Once the preset code
is assigned, pressing the button will automatically set the
remote to operate the respective component.
MEMO:
• Refer to “Preset Code List” on pages 35-37 for the
components and manufacturers available.
• Refer to “Controlling the Rest of Your System” on
pages 33-34 for detailed explanations on how to
operate your other components.
09
1 Press REMOTE SET UP and 1 at the same
time to select the preset mode.
The LED on the remote control starts to blink.
To cancel the preset mode at any time
Press REMOTE SET UP.
2 Press the MULTI CONTROL button for the
component you want to control.
Each button can be set to control one of the following
components
DVD/LD
TV/SAT
VCR/DVR
CD
CD-R/TAPE/MD
TV CONT
:
:
:
:
:
:
DVD or LD player
TV or Satellite tuner
VCR or Digital Video Recorder
CD player
CD Recorder or Tape deck or MD player
TV or Cable TV tuner
The LED lights steadily.
Î
MULTI CONTROL
DVD/LD TV/SAT VCR/DVR
CD
CD-R/
RECEIVER TUNER TAPE/MD TV CONT
1
2 DSP MODE MIDNIGHT 5.1CH
1
2
3
4
CHANNEL TEST
SELECT TONE
5
ATT
SIGNAL
SELECT
7
8
6
CHANNEL
LEVEL
9
LED
2
3
EFFECT
10
DISC
0
CH
FUNC
TV CONTROL
VOL
VOL
FQ
ST
ST
ENTER
TOP
MENU
MENU
FQ
SOURCE CLASS
7
D.ACCESS
1
¡
MPX
8
BAND
3 Point the remote control toward the
component to be controlled, enter the 3 digit
preset code.
When you enter the preset code, the remote control
emits a power ON/OFF signal. If the component
turns ON or OFF, you have entered the proper code.
If the component does not turn ON or OFF and there
is more than one preset code, try inputting another
code (starting again from step 2).
Some manufacturers use several sets of remote
control signals and the first code may not correspond
to your component.
3
CHANNEL
DISPLAY RF ATT
4
¢
LOUDNESS FUNCTION MUTING
FL
REMOTE MASTER
RECEIVER DIMMER SETUP VOLUME
AUDIO/VIDEO PRE-PROGRAMMED
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
1,4
Repeat steps 2 through 3 to recall preset codes for
as many components as necessary.
4 Press REMOTE SET UP to exit the preset
mode.
The remote control returns to the previous operation
mode.
MEMO
• When operating a Pioneer DVD/LD player, set the
preset code to “111” in the preset mode.
• TUNER cannot be preset.
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Clearing All the Remote
Control Settings
Direct Function (MULTI
CONTROL)
Clears all presets and restores factory default settings.
The direct function is a useful feature which allows you
keep the receiver in one function (for example,
controlling your CD player) while putting the remote
control in a different function. This could let you, for
example, use the remote control to set up and listen to a
CD on the receiver and then use the remote control to
rewind a tape in your VCR while you continue to listen
to your CD player.
When the DIRECT function is ON any MULTI
CONTROL button you press will change the function of
both the receiver and the remote control. When you
turn a DIRECT function OFF, you can operate the
remote control without affecting the receiver. Thus you
could switch the remote control to the VCR and operate
that component while the receiver plays a different
component.
1 Press and hold REMOTE SETUP and 0 at the
same time for more 3 seconds.
The LED display at the top of the remote control will
blink. After blinking three times, all the settings will
be cancelled.
1 To turn the DIRECT function OFF (the
default setting is ON), press REMOTE SET
UP and number button 3 at the same time.
2 To turn the DIRECT function ON (if you
have turned it off), press REMOTE SET UP
and number button 2 at the same time.
TV CONT doesn’t have this feature and thus can’t use
the DIRECT FUNCTION.
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Controlling the Rest of Your System
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/DVR Player/Cassette Deck Controls
This remote control can control these components after entering the proper codes (see p. 31-32).
Use the MULTI CONTROL buttons to put the remote control in the stated mode.
Button(s)
SOURCE
4
¢
Function
Components
Press to switch the components between STANDBY and ON.
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/
DVR Player/Cassette deck
Press to return to the start of the current track. Repeated presses skips to the
start of previous tracks.
CD/MD/CD-R/DVD/LD Player
Go back channels (channel -).
VCR/DVR
Play the reverse side of the tape on a reversible deck.
Cassette deck
Press to advance to the start of the next track. Repeated presses skips to the
start of following tracks.
CD/MD/CD-R/LD Player
Go forward channels (channel +).
VCR
Play the forward side of the tape on a reversible deck.
Cassette deck
8
Pause playback or recording.
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/
DVR Player/Cassette deck
¡
Hold down for fast forward playback.
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/
DVR Player/Cassette deck
1
Hold down for fast reverse playback.
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/
DVR Player/Cassette deck
3
Start playback.
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/
DVR Player/Cassette deck
7
Stop playback (on some models, pressing this when the disc is already
stopped will cause the disc tray to open).
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/
DVR Player/Cassette deck
Number
Directly access tracks on a program source.
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/LD Player
Buttons
Use the number buttons to navigate the on-screen display.
DVD/DVR Player
+10 Button
Select tracks higher than 10. Press this button and the remaining number to
get the track (+10 Button + 3 = track 13).
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/LD Player
ENTER
Choose the disc.
Multiple CD player
(DISC)
Ejects the disc.
MD Player
Press to switches between the VCR tuner and the TV tuner.
VCR
Changes sides of the LD.
LD Player
MENU
Press to return to the start of the current track. Repeated presses skips to the
start of previous tracks.
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/LD Player
/Cassette deck
Displays menus concerning the current DVD or DVR you are using.
DVD/DVR Player
TOP MENU
Press to advance to the start of the next track. Repeated presses skips to the
start of following tracks.
CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/LD Player
/Cassette deck
Use to display the lead trailer on a DVD.
DVD Player
%
Pause the tape.
Cassette deck
Cassette deck
Button
fi
Stop the tape.
ENTER
Start playback.
Cassette deck
@
Fast rewind the tape.
Cassette deck
Fast forward the tape.
Cassette deck
Navigate DVD menus/options.
DVD/DVR Player
#
@ #%fi &
ENTER
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Controlling the Rest of Your System
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV Controls
This remote control can control these components after entering the proper codes (see p. 31-32).
Use the MULTI CONTROL buttons to put the remote control in the stated mode.
Button(s)
Function
Components
TV
Press to switch the TV or CATV between STANDBY and ON.
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV
TV FUNC.
Press to switch the TV input. (Not possible with all models. If it doesn't work
with the preset code, use the learning feature.)
TV
CHANNEL
+/–
Select channels.
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV
TV VOL +/–
Adjust the TV volume.
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV
4
Move to lower numbered channels
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV
¢
Number
Buttons
Use to move to higher numbered channels
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV
Use to select a specific TV channel.
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV
MENU
Select the menu screen.
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV
TOP MENU
@ #%fi &
ENTER
Use to bring up the GUIDE on a satellite TV.
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV
Press to select or adjust and navigate items on the menu screen.
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV
For TV and cable TV use this button to immediately enter a new channel
(CHANNEL ENTER function). For satellite TV use this button to exit the
menu screen.
Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV
EFFECT +/–
MEMO:
• The first four buttons for the VSX-D510 are dedicated to control the TV assigned to the TV CONT button. Thus if
you only have one TV to hook up to this system assign it to the TV CONT MULTI CONTROL button. If you have
two TVs, assign the main TV to the TV CONT button. If you hook up your system this way, the first four TV
controls will always be accessible.
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Controlling the Rest of Your System
Preset Code List
VCR (2/3)
DVD PLAYER
Manufacturer
TOSHIBA
SONY
PANASONIC
JVC
SAMSUNG
SHARP
AKAI
RCA
PIONEER
Code
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
009
000, 008
LASERDISC PLAYER
Manufacturer
DENON
HITACHI
PHILIPS
RADIOLA
SONY
TELEFUNKEN
PIONEER
Code
110
109
108
108
101, 102
100
100,
111(DVD/LD
player)
SATELLITE TUNER
Manufacturer
PIONEER
Code
200, 204
VCR (1/3)
Manufacturer
PHILIPS
PANASONIC
THOMSON
SONY
JVC
GRUNDIG
AKAI
HITACHI
TOSHIBA
MITSUBISHI
SHARP
ORION
SANYO
FERGUSON
BLAUPUNKT
NOKIA
SELECO
AIWA
AKIBA
ALBA
AMBASSADOR
AMSTRAD
ANITECH
ASA
BAIRD
BASIC LINE
BRANDT
Code
414, 428
408, 432
417, 428, 449
416, 417, 457, 458,
459
407, 417, 428
408, 414, 441, 453,
454, 455
417, 442
406, 417, 441
405, 409, 414, 417,
428
407, 409, 414
402
424, 445, 446
444
417, 449, 450
408, 417, 432, 455
417, 442, 444
417
441, 446
453
424, 446, 447, 448,
452
452
441
453
411, 414
417, 441, 444, 450
448, 452, 453
449, 451
Manufacturer
BRANDT
ELECTRONIQUE
BUSH
CATRON
CGB
CIMLINE
CLATRONIC
CONDOR
CROWN
DAEWOO
DANSAI
DE GRAAF
DECCA
DUAL
DUMONT
ELCATECH
FIDELITY
FINLANDIA
FINLUX
FIRSTLINE
FISHER
FRONTECH
FUNAI
GBC
GENERAL
GOLDSTAR
GOODMANS
GRAETZ
GRANADA
GRANDIENTE
GRANDIN
HCM
HINARI
HYPSON
IMPERIAL
INTERFUNK
ITT
ITV
KAISUI
KENDO
KORPEL
LEYCO
LOEWE
LUXOR
M-ELECTRONIC
MANESTH
MARANTZ
MATSUI
MEMOREX
MEMPHIS
METZ
MINERVA
MULTITECH
MURPHY
NBC
NECKERMANN
NESCO
NORDMENDE
VCR (3/3)
Code
417
424, 446, 447, 448,
453
452
441
453
452
452
448, 452, 453
448, 452
453
406
414, 441
417
414, 441, 444
453
441
414, 444
406, 414, 441, 444
405, 409, 411, 424,
453
444
452
441
414
452
411
411, 441, 448, 452,
453
417, 444
414, 444
441
411, 441, 453
453, 454
445, 446, 453, 454
453
441
414
417, 428, 442, 444
411, 448
453
424, 444
453
453
411, 414
409, 442, 444
441
405, 453
414
424, 445, 446
411, 441, 444
453
432, 455
455
441, 453
441
407, 417
414
453
417, 428
Manufacturer
OCEANIC
OSAKI
OTTO VERSAND
PALLADIUM
PATHE MARCONI
PENTAX
PERDIO
PHONOLA
PORTLAND
PROLINE
PYE
QUELLE
RADIOLA
REX
ROADSTAR
SABA
SAISHO
SALORA
SANSUI
SBR
SCHAUB LORENZ
SCHNEIDER
SEI
SENTRA
SHINTOM
SIEMENS
SINGER
SINUDYNE
SOLAVOX
SUNSTAR
SUNTRONIC
TASHIKO
TATUNG
TEC
TELEAVIA
TELEFUNKEN
TENOSAL
TENSAI
THORN
UNIVERSUM
YAMISHI
YOKAN
YOKO
PIONEER
Code
417, 441
411, 441, 453
414
411, 417, 453
417
406
441
414
452
441, 454
414
414
414
417, 428
411, 448, 453
417, 428, 449
424, 445
409, 442
407, 417
414
417, 441
414, 441, 453
414
452
453
411, 444, 455
405
414
452
441
441
441
414, 417, 441
452
417
417, 428, 449, 451
453
441
417, 444
411, 414, 441, 442,
455
453
453
452
400, 407, 414, 443,
456 (DVD video
Recorder)
CASSETTE DECK (1/2)
Manufacturer
AKAI
ARCAM
DENON
FISHER
GRUNDIG
JVC
KENWOOD
LUXMAN
MARANTZ
MEMOREX
Code
829
810
810, 827
813
821
802
804, 807, 822
815
821
825
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Controlling the Rest of Your System
CASSETTE DECK (2/2)
Manufacturer
MITSUBISHI
NAKAMICHI
ONKYO
PHILIPS
SANSUI
SHERWOOD
SONY
TANDBERG
TECHNICS
TOSHIBA
YAMAHA
PIONEER
Code
829
816
817, 819
821
824
818
814, 823
820
803
826, 828
811, 822
800, 825
CD PLAYER
Manufacturer
AKAI
ARCAM
ASUKA
AUDIO TON
BUSH
CALIFORNIA
AUDIO LAB
CYRUS
DENON
DUAL
FISHER
GOLDSTAR
GRUNDIG
HITACHI
INTERSOUND
JVC
KENWOOD
KODAK
LINN
LUXMAN
M ELECTRONIC
MARANTZ
MATSUI
MCS
MEMOREX
MERIDIAN
MITSUBISHI
NAD
NAIM
ONKYO
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
QUAD
QUASAR
ROADSTAR
ROTEL
SABA
SANYO
SHARP
SONY
TECHNICS
TELEFUNKEN
THOMSON
UNIVERSUM
YAMAHA
PIONEER
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Code
335
336
337
336
332
304
336
309
319, 337
340
330
336
334
337
331
310, 311
322
336
341
344
304, 336
336
304
300
336
335
316
336
342
304
322, 336, 346
336
304
344
336
319
340
343
316, 329
304, 333
319
319
336
338, 339
300, 345 (CD
recorder)
TELEVISION (1/4)
Manufacturer
PHILIPS
SONY
GRUNDIG
PANASONIC
TOSHIBA
TELEFUNKEN
SHARP
SAMSUNG
HITACHI
SABA
BRANDT
SANYO
THOMSON
FERGUSON
NOKIA
MITSUBISHI
SCHNEIDER
GOLDSTAR
BLAUPUNKT
NORDMENDE
RADIOLA
JVC
DAEWOO
ORION
SIEMENS
ACURA
ADMIRAL
AKAI
AKUBA
ALBA
AMSTRAD
ANITECH
ASA
ASUKA
AUDIOGONIC
BASIC LINE
BAUR
BEKO
BEON
BLUE SKY
BLUE STAR
BPL
BTC
BUSH
CASCADE
CATHAY
CENTURION
CGB
CIMLINE
CLARIVOX
CLATRONIC
CONDOR
CONTEC
CROSLEY
CROWN
CRYSTAL
CYBERTRON
DAINICHI
DANSAI
DAYTON
DECCA
DIXI
DUMONT
TELEVISION (2/4)
Code
607, 631, 634, 656
604
631, 653
608, 622, 631, 642
605, 653
636, 637, 652
602
607, 638, 644, 646
606, 631, 633, 634,
636, 642, 643, 654
631, 636, 642, 651
636
635, 645, 648
636, 651, 652
607, 636, 651
632, 642, 652
609, 631
607, 641, 647
607, 650
631
632, 636, 651, 652
607
613
607, 644, 656
607, 632, 639, 640
631
644
631
632, 635, 642
641
607, 639, 641, 644
642, 644, 647
644
645
641
607, 636
641, 644
607, 631, 642
638
607
641
618
618
641
607, 641, 642, 644,
647, 656
644
607
607
642
644
607
638
638
644
632
638, 644
642
641
641
607
644
607, 648
607, 644
653
Manufacturer
ELIN
ELITE
ELTA
EMERSON
ERRES
FINLANDIA
FINLUX
FIRSTLINE
FISHER
FORMENTI
FRONTECH
FRONTECH/
PROTECH
FUJITSU
FUNAI
GBC
GEC
GELOSO
GENEXXA
GOODMANS
GORENJE
GPM
GRAETZ
GRANADA
GRANDIENTE
GRANDIN
HANSEATIC
HCM
HINARI
HISAWA
HUANYU
HYPSON
ICE
IMPERIAL
INDIANA
INGELEN
INTERFUNK
INTERVISION
ISUKAI
ITC
ITT
JEC
KAISUI
KAPSCH
KENDO
KENNEDY
KORPEL
KOYODA
LEYCO
LIESENK & TTER
LUXOR
M ELECTRONIC
M-ELECTRONIC
MAGNADYNE
MAGNAFON
MANESTH
MARANTZ
MARK
MATSUI
MCMICHAEL
MEDIATOR
Code
607
641
644
642
607
635, 643, 655
607, 632, 645, 648,
653, 654, 655
640, 644
632, 635, 638, 645
607, 632, 642
631, 642, 646
632
648
640, 646
632, 642
607, 634, 648
632, 644
631, 641
607, 639, 647, 648,
656
638
641
631, 642
607, 635, 642, 643,
648
657
618
607, 642
618, 644
607, 641, 644
618
656
607, 618, 646
646, 647
638, 642
607
631
607, 631, 632, 642
646, 649
641
642
631, 632, 642
605
618, 641, 644
631
642
632, 642
607
644
607, 640, 646, 648
607
632, 642, 643
631, 644, 645, 654,
655, 656
607, 636, 651
632, 649
649
639, 646
607
607
607, 639, 640, 642,
644, 647, 648
634
607
Controlling the Rest of Your System
TELEVISION (3/4)
Manufacturer
MEMOREX
METZ
MINERVA
MULTITECH
NECKERMANN
NEI
NIKKAI
NOBLIKO
OCEANIC
OSAKI
OSO
OSUME
OTTO VERSAND
PALLADIUM
PANAMA
PATHO CINEMA
PAUSA
PHILCO
PHOENIX
PHONOLA
PROFEX
PROTECH
QUELLE
R-LINE
RBM
REDIFFUSION
REX
ROADSTARO
SAISH
SALORA
SAMBERS
SBR
SCHAUB LORENZ
SEG
SEI
SELECO
SIAREM
SINUDYNE
SKANTIC
SOLAVOX
SONOKO
SONOLOR
SONTEC
SOUNDWAVE
STANDARD
STERN
SUSUMU
SYSLINE
TANDY
TASHIKO
TATUNG
TEC
TELEAVIA
TELETECH
TENSAI
THORN
TOMASHI
TOWADA
ULTRAVOX
TELEVISION (4/4)
Code
644
631
631, 653
644, 649
607, 631
607, 642
605, 607, 641, 646,
648
649
631, 632, 642
641, 646, 648
641
648
607, 631, 632, 642
638
646
642
644
632, 642
632
607
642, 644
607, 642, 644, 646,
649
607, 631, 632, 642,
645, 653
607
653
632, 642
631, 646
641, 644, 646
639, 644, 646
631, 632, 642, 643
649
607, 634
642
642, 646
632, 640, 649
631, 642
632, 649
632, 639, 640, 649
643
631
607, 644
631, 635
607
607
641, 644
631
641
607
631, 641, 648
634
607, 648
642
636
644
640, 641
607, 631, 642, 645,
648
618
642
632, 642, 649
Manufacturer
UNIVERSUM
Code
607, 631, 638, 642,
645, 646, 654, 655
607
631
643
607
632, 642, 649
VESTEL
VOXSON
WALTHAM
WATSON
WATT RADIO
WHITE
WESTINGHOUSE 607
YOKO
607, 642, 646
PIONEER
600, 607, 631, 632,
636, 642, 651
MD RECORDER
Manufacturer
SONY
KENWOOD
SHARP
TEAC
ONKYO
DENON
PIONEER
Code
901
903
902
904
905
906
900, 902, 907
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Additional Information
Troubleshooting
Incorrect operations are often mistaken for trouble and malfunctions. If you think that there is something wrong with
this component, check the points below. Sometimes the trouble may lie in another component. Investigate the other
components and electrical appliances being used. If the trouble cannot be rectified even after exercising the checks
listed below, ask your nearest PIONEER authorized service center or your dealer to carry out repair work.
The power does not turn ON.
• Connect the power plug to the wall outlet.
• Disconnect the power plug from the outlet, and
insert again.
• Make sure there are no loose strands of speaker wire
touching the rear panel. This could cause the receiver
to shut off automatically.
The unit does not respond when the buttons are
pressed.
No sound is output when a function is selected.
• Make sure the component is connected correctly
(refer to pages 5 to 10).
• If MUTING is on, press MUTING on the remote
control to turn it off.
• Adjust MASTER VOLUME.
• If MONITOR is on, press the MONITOR button to
turn it off.
• If no speakers are selected, press SPEAKERS to
select the speakers you connected.
No image is output when a function is selected.
• Make sure the component is connected correctly
(refer to pages 5 to 10).
• Press the correct function button.
Considerable noise in radio broadcasts.
• Tune in the correct frequency.
• Connect the antenna (refer to page 8).
• Route 2 RF and digital cables away from the
antenna terminals and wires.
• Fully extend the FM wire antenna, position for best
reception, and secure to a wall.
• Connect an outdoor FM antenna (refer to page 8).
• Adjust the direction and position for best reception.
• Connect an additional internal or external AM
antenna (refer to page 8).
• Turn off the equipment causing the noise or move it
away from the receiver.
• Place the antenna farther away from the equipment
causing the noise.
No sound from surround or center speakers.
• Refer to “SPEAKERS setting mode” on pages 11-14 to
check the speaker settings.
• Refer to “Setting the Volume Level of Each Channel”
on page 15 to check the speaker levels.
• Connect the speakers (refer to page 9).
Sound is produced from other components, but not
from LD or DVD player.
• Set SIGNAL SELECT to “DIGITAL” or “ANALOG”
according to the type of connections made. (refer to
page 21).
• Set the digital input settings correctly (refer to pages
14 to 15).
• Make digital connections (refer to page 6) and set
SIGNAL SELECT to “DIGITAL” (refer to page 21).
• Refer to the instruction manual supplied with the
DVD player.
No sound is output or a noise is output when
software with DTS is played back.
• Set the digital volume level of the player to full, or to
the neutral position.
When a search is performed by a DTS compatible
CD player during playback, noise is output.
• This is not a malfunction, but be sure to turn the
volume down to prevent the output of loud noise
from your speakers.
Cannot be remote controlled.
• Replace the batteries (refer to page 4).
• Operate within 7 m, 30° of the remote sensor on the
front panel (refer to page 4).
• Remove the obstacle or operate from another
position.
• Avoid exposing the remote sensor on the front panel
to direct light.
The display is dark or off.
• Press FL DIMMER on the remote control repeatedly
to return to the default.
Broadcast stations cannot be selected automatically.
• Connect an outdoor antenna (refer to page 8).
If the unit does not operate normally due to external
effects such as static electricity disconnect the power
plug from the outlet and insert again to return to normal
operating conditions.
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Additional Information
Specifications
Amplifier Section
Continuous Power Output (STEREO MODE)
FRONT .... 80 W + 80 W (DIN 1 kHz, THD 1.0 %, 8 Ω)
Continuous Power Output (SURROUND MODE)
FRONT .................... 80 W/ch (1 kHz, THD 1.0 %, 8 Ω)
CENTER ...................... 80 W (1 kHz, THD 1.0 %, 8 Ω)
SURROUND ............ 80 W/ch (1 kHz, THD 1.0 %, 8 Ω)
• Above specifications are applicable when the power
supply is 230V.
Input (Sensitivity/Impedance)
CD, VCR/DVR, CD-R/TAPE/MD, DVD/LD, TV/SAT
........................................................ 200 mV/47 kΩ
Frequency Response
CD, VCR/DVR, CD-R/TAPE/MD, DVD/LD, TV/SAT
–3 dB
......................................... 5 Hz to 100,000 Hz +0
Output (Level/Impedance)
VCR/DVR REC, CD-R/TAPE/MD REC
....................................................... 200 mV/2.2 kΩ
Tone Control
BASS ............................................... ± 6 dB (100 Hz)
TREBLE ........................................... ± 6 dB (10 kHz)
LOUDNESS ............. +9 dB/+9 dB (100 Hz/10 kHz)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio
[DIN (Continuous rated power output/50 mW)]
CD, VCR/DVR, CD-R/TAPE/MD, DVD/LD, TV/SAT
............................................................ 88 dB/64 dB
FM Tuner Section
Frequency Range ....................... 87.5 MHz to 108 MHz
Usable Sensitivity
........................ Mono:13.2 dBf, IHF (1.3 µV/ 75 Ω)
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity .................... Mono: 20.2 dBf
Stereo: 38.6 dBf
Signal-to-Noise Ratio ............... Mono: 73 dB (at 85 dBf)
Stereo: 70 dB (at 85 dBf)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (DIN) ...................... Mono: 62 dB
Stereo: 58 dB
Distortion .................................... Stereo: 0.5 % (1 kHz)
Alternate Channel Selectivity ............... 60 dB (400 kHz)
Stereo Separation ..................................... 40 dB (1 kHz)
Frequency Response ................ 30 Hz to 15 kHz (±1dB)
Antenna Input (DIN) .......................... 75 Ω unbalanced
AM Tuner Section
Frequency Range ........................ 531 kHz to 1,602 kHz
Sensitivity (IHF, Loop antenna) ...................... 350 µV/m
Selectivity .............................................................30 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio ............................................50 dB
Antenna ................................................... Loop antenna
Miscellaneous
Power Requirements
UK model ....................................... AC 230 V, 50/60 Hz
European model ................... AC 220 – 230 V, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption ........................................... 220 W
In Standby .............................................................. 1 W
Dimensions ............... 420 (W) x 158 (H) x 391 (D) mm
Weight (without package) .................................... 8.7 kg
Furnished Parts
VIDEO Section
Input (Sensitivity/Impedance)
VCR/DVR, DVD/LD, TV/SAT ................ 1 Vp-p/75 Ω
Output (Level/Impedance)
VCR/DVR ............................................. 1 Vp-p/75 Ω
Frequency Response
VCR/DVR, DVD/LD, TV/SAT → MONITOR
................................................ 5 Hz to 7 MHz +0
–3 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio ............................................ 55 dB
AM loop antenna ......................................................... 1
FM wire antenna .......................................................... 1
Dry cell batteries (AA size IEC R6P) ............................. 2
Remote control ............................................................ 1
Operating instructions ................................................. 1
NOTE:
• Specifications and the design are subject to possible
modifications without notice, due to improvements.
Maintenance of External Surfaces
• Use a polishing cloth or dry cloth to wipe off dust and dirt.
• When the surfaces are dirty, wipe with a soft cloth dipped in some neutral cleanser diluted five or six times with
water, and wrung out well, and then wipe again with a dry cloth. Do not use furniture wax or cleansers.
• Never use thinners, benzine, insecticide sprays or other chemicals on or near this unit, since these will corrode the
surfaces.
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Published by Pioneer Corporation.
Copyright © 2001 Pioneer Corporation.
All rights reserved.
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