Panasonic SADX940 Operating instructions

Panasonic SADX940 Operating instructions
AV Control Stereo Receiver
Operating Instructions
Model No. SA-DX940
The photographs show the black model for the United Kingdom.
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Note:
The “EB” indication shown on the packing case
indicates United Kingdom.
Before connecting, operating or adjusting this product,
please read these instructions completely.
Please keep this manual for future reference.
RQT5425
Dear Customer
Thank you for purchasing this product.
For optimum performance and safety, please read these
instructions carefully.
These operating instructions are applicable to models
for the United Kingdom, Australia and N.Z., however, are
intended primarily for the United Kingdom model.
Table of contents
Supplied ACCESSOFICS wives ranean 3 LIL LR € (+ (PP PE TE 26
Safety precautions ............--.-===...e=m. irene ene ere 3 Sequential TUNING eee eee 26
Caution for AC Mains Lead ovo cote eer toate e 4 DIFECT TUNING evict eres sense seance 27
To enjoy SUrrOUNA SOUNC ….…….…….…ccscrcorssvenencssrarerenensravaneee 5 Preset tuning --..........e= eee... ene. RE errr 28
Front panel controls... nemesis 6 Enjoying RDS broadcasts |
Concerning the remote control ....................——.e..... eee... 9 | For the United Kingdom | ...........—..mmermeimesmero reee 30
Connections ..........c == e. inst naa aaa NANA erararararararaceca 10 To display RDS information... eee eee eee 30
Connecting a TV and a DVD player ………rrrirrerersrrrnr enr nr seras 10 PTY search and EON TUNING wie 31
Connecting audio equipment as eee 11 About the PTY display ee ee sn eave 33
Connecting video equipment ........................ em 11 DVD 6CH INPUT mode .............e...eses=reriaieee reee 34
Connecting the AC mains lead .......................e e cour 12 Other functions ........e........—....me==e=savvenncane rn rena 35
Antenna connections ...............—— eee een 12° То mute the sound level ee... EEE 35
Speaker CONNECTIONS L……uuversrrereecenceencensesenennennnenenen ane: 14 To listen through headphones ......................... 0000000 35
Placement of speakers ………….…….…seennenntennensnnnnnsnnnnnn 14 Dynamic range COMPrESSIONn «iii eee eee 35
Connecting speakers... e te 14 Making a recording ..........cwm—==wresesinrnereeeenenee one se anssne seen 36
Recording on a tape deCk...............e meine RR DDD 36
PreparatOry SÈOPS ……………errersenencenensnsmnçnensnnennn 16 Recording on а МСВ a, 36
Speaker SettinGS veces 16 Timer function ...........—.-—.eeseree encon se en ententes 37
The speaker indicators inner 18 Setting the timers ............—......en En 37
Adjusting speaker output level ...............e .eeeerereriereerrr nee 19
Digital Signal Processor (DSP) ..............e.......... ns 0mcane0o.. 20 Troubleshooting guide ..........e= e... reee ener e Nene Eme 38
Enjoying the Sounds ccc cece 22 About the HELP function .............cw-rererreieia ER LEER EURE 39
To adjust ihe tone quality ................—.....e.emeee nn 24 Maintenance ...............w.=e...eimerinee nene aerea nene nera 39
To adjust ihe sound balance ..........................—e ne 24 Specifications ................—..—..—..——e.—— nene. me... Back cover
Turning the subwoofer off Lie 24
CAUTION!
DO NOT INSTALL OR PLACE THIS UNIT IN A BOOKCASE,
BUILT IN CABINET OR IN ANOTHER CONFINED SPACE.
ENSURE THE UNIT IS WELL VENTILATED.
ENSURE THAT CURTAINS AND ANY OTHER MATERIALS
DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE VENTILATION TO PREVENT
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARD DUE TO
OVERHEATING.
Supplied accessories
Please check and identify the
supplied accessories.
[] AC mains lead (1)
For Australia and N.Z.
(RJA0035-X)
For the United Kingdom
(VJA0733)
[1 AM loop antenna set
e AM loop antenna (1)
e AM loop antenna holder (1)
e Screw (1)
(RSA0012)
[1 FM indoor antenna (1)
(RSA0007)
[_] Antenna plug adapter (1)
For the United Kingdom
(SJP9009)
[1 Antenna plug (1)
For Australia and N.Z.
(RFE0014)
[] Batteries (2)
[ ] Remote control (1)
For Australia and N.Z.
(EUR647140)
For the United Kingdom
(EUR647139)
Use numbers indicated in parentheses when asking for
replacement parts.
Safety precautions
Placement
Set the system up on an even surface away from direct sunlight,
high temperatures, high humidity, and excessive vibration. These
conditions can damage the cabinet and other components, thereby
shortening the unit's service life.
Place it at least 15 cm away from wall surfaces to avoid distortion
and unwanted acoustical effects.
Do not place heavy items on the unit.
HET
Do not use high voltage power sources. This can overload the unit
and cause a fire.
Do not use a DC power source. Check the source carefully when
setting the unit up on a ship or other place where DC is used.
AC mains lead protection
Ensure the AC mains lead is connected correctly and not damaged.
Poor connection and lead damage can cause fire or electric shock.
Do not pull, bend, or place heavy items on the lead.
Grasp the plug firmly when unplugging the lead. Pulling the AC
mains lead can cause electric shock.
Do not handle the plug with wet hands. This can cause electric
shock.
ET TDT:
Do not let metal objects fall inside the unit. This can cause electric
shock or malfunction.
Do not let liquids get into the unit. This can cause electric shock or
malfunction. If this occurs, immediately disconnect the unit from the
power supply and contact your dealer.
Do not spray insecticides onto or into the unit. They contain
flammable gases which can ignite if sprayed into the unit.
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Do not attempt to repair this unit by yourself. If sound is interrupted,
indicators fail to light, smoke appears, or any other problem that is
not covered in these instructions occurs, disconnect the AC mains
lead and contact your dealer or an authorized service center.
Electric shock or damage to the unit can occur if the unit is repaired,
disassembled or reconstructed by unqualified persons.
Extend operating life by disconnecting the unit from the power
source if it is not to be used for a long time.
Before use
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(“EB” area code model only)
For your safety, please read the following text
carefully.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin
mains plug for your safety and convenience.
A 5-ampere fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure
that the replacement fuse has a rating of 5-ampere
and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
Check for the ASTA mark <g or the BSI mark Ny on
the body of the fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must
ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used
until a replacement cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your
local dealer.
CAUTION!
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS
UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN
YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE
REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND
DISPOSED OF SAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL
SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED
INTO ANY 13-AMPERE SOCKET.
It a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring
code as stated below.
If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in
accordance with the following code:
Blue: Neutral, Brown: Live.
As these colours may not correspond with the
coloured markings identifying the terminals in your
plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured Blue must be connected to
the terminal which is marked with the letter N or
coloured Black or Blue.
The wire which is coloured Brown must be connected
to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or
coloured Brown or Red.
autionfor AC MainsLead
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WARNING: DO NOT CONNECT EITHER WIRE TO
THE EARTH TERMINAL WHICH IS MARKED WITH
THE LETTER E, BY THE EARTH SYMBOL — OR
COLOURED GREEN OR GREEN/YELLOW.,
THIS PLUG IS NOT WATERPROOF-KEEP DRY.
Before use
Remove the connector cover.
How to replace the fuse
The location of the fuse differ according to the type of
AC mains plug (figures A and B). Confirm the AC
mains plug fitted and follow the instructions below.
llustrations may differ from actual AC mains plug.
1. Open the fuse cover with a screwdriver.
Figure A CO
2. Replace the fuse and close or attach the fuse
cover.
Figure A
Fuse
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Fuse
(5 ampere)
Figure B
~ To enjoy surround sound
Do the connections, settings, and adjustments in the order shown to enjoy surround sound with this unit's DSP features.
Be sure to make the correct speaker settings. If, for example, you have not connected a center speaker and you leave the initial setting value
of LARGE as it is, then dialog and other sounds may not be reproduced.
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Connect the equipment
(= Pages 10-13.)
Position and connect the
speakers
(= Pages 14 and 15.)
Set the presence and type
(small/large), distance and
filter of the speakers you
have connected
(= Pages 16-18.)
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Adjust the level for the
speakers
(m Page 19.)
| apparent level.
Sit back and enjoy the
experience
(» Pages 22 and 23.)
Center speaker
Front speaker (not included) Front speaker
(left) Sa ща — (right)
(not included) ‚= ; mm. (not included)
“3991309 ; Subwoofer
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(left) Tea O —_ (right)
(not included) (not included)
The front, center, and surround speakers should be placed
at approximately the same distance from the listening
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Front, Center, and Surround speakers
In SIZE
Select LARGE or SMALL for the front speakers
Select LARGE, SMALL, or NONE for the center and
surround speakers
In DISTANCE
Enter the distance of each speaker from the listening
position
In FILTER
Enter the cutoff frequency for your subwoofer based on
the bass capability of your front speakers
SUBWOOFER
« Select ON or OFF |
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While sitting in the usual listening position, use the test
signal to adjust the volume of the speakers to the same
Before use
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No. Name Ref.page
(D Standby/on switch (D /1) .......... memes 16
Press to switch the unit from on to standby mode or vice
versa.
In standby mode, the unit is still consuming a small amount of
power.
(2) DSP mode selector (DSP) .................e....e.e..... 22
(3) [ For the United Kingdom |
PTY selector (PTY SELECTOR) .......e... enema 31
SFC mode selector (SFC MODE)............... 17,21
(4) Input indicators (INPUT) ............... e... 22
O) Digital input select button/indicator
(DIGITAL INPUT) «eee verses seen. 22
© Input selector (INPUT SELECTOR) ................. 22
(7) Volume control (VOLUME) ............... e... 23
Speaker select buttons
(SPEAKERS A, B) ....................irimrce rene 16, 22
(9) Timer button (TIMER, -MODE, —TIME) ............ 37
(D Help/reset button (-HELP, -RESET)................ 39
(D Headphones jack (PHONES) ........................... 35
(2 Standby indicator ( 4)
When the unit is connected to the AC mains supply, this
Indicator lights up in standby mode and goes out when the unit
is turned on.
No. Name Ref.page
13 Wake indicator (WAKE) ..…………….……semenmenens 37
(2 Display SECTION …….…….….………recrarrensenmnnenennnnnnn 7
(5 Tape monitor button (TAPE MONITOR) ......... 25
(8 Bass control (BASS)....................—. eminem... 24
(à Treble control (TREBLE) .................e..eememeeens 24
(9 Balance control (BALANCE)... 24
(9 Digital signal processor on/defeat button
(-DSP ON/DEFEAT) ………………….…….……crerrererraue 21, 26
@) Subwoofer button (SUBWOOFER)............ 18, 24
@ DVD 6ch input button (DVD 6CH INPUT)... 34
@ | For the United Kingdom |
RDS display mode select button
(DISPLAY MODE) ............—..—e.eeiierencenrenee eee 30
23 | For the United Kingdom |
EON button (EON)............... e. ==ereereezeoenneananene name 32
@ | For the United Kingdom |
PTY search button (PTY SEARCH) ................. 31
@ Tuning buttons (TUNING V, Aj me... 2... 26
29 Preset channel button (PRESET) .................... 29
@) Band select button (BAND) 26
@ FM mode select button (FM MODE) 26
@ Memory button (MEMORY) 28
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69 Tuned indicator (TUNED) ............—-—e=esenernnnenaos 26
3) Monaural indicator (MONO) ..........e.-emmrnerneoneses 26
3? Stereo indicator (STEREO) ................w...wnm=.... 26
33 [For the United. Kingdom |
EON indicator (EON).............—...ewee.e=nenneanerezornens 32
@ Memory indicator (0) .........-.-----—--———e.==.eeee.... 28
69 | For the United Kingdom |
RDS indicator (GE) -.......... e... 30
48 [For the United Kingdom |
PS indicator (PS)..............-——r==e==esanerninanennene ene. 30
67 | For the United Kingdom |
PTY indicator (PTY) ..................2.esemenerrerneeennees 30
69 | For the United Kingdom |
RT indicator (RT)...........—..———.e.eene.emene es 30
39 Wake indicator (WAKE) ..............——e-e—...emneneriene. 37
Sleep indicator (SLEEP) ..................ccomereerenos 37
Signal format indicators
(FTP, DOPRO LOGIC, DUDIGITAL) -........... 20
No. Name Ref.page
@ Front speaker indicator
(-SPEAKERS- BO) ..........e. mececemenemere ems 22
43 Low impedance indicator (LOW IMP) ............. 25
6% Display
@ Frequency unit indicator (kHz, MHz) .............. 26
Speaker indicators and
Signal input indicators .............=..—.e.ecerranenenene 18
(L, C, R, LS, RS, LFE)
The signal input indicators light up to indicate the channels
contained in the input signal.
L: Front channel (left)
C: Center channel
R: Front channel (right)
LS: Surround channel (left)
RS: Surround channel (right)
If the surround channel is monaural, LS and RS are displayed
as S.
“LFE” (Low Frequency Effect) is a channel for the deep-bass
effect in the low frequency range.
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Remote control
The pages referred to on this page are in the booklet “How to use
the remote control transmitter.” The page numbers in boxes (e.g.
KE) ) refer to pages in this manual.
The remote control shown is for the United Kingdom.
The remote control for Australia and N.Z. does not have an
[MD] button.
No. Name Ref.page
O Standby/on button ( © ) penetran 2
@ » button (») nenmerneneensaneues ener 5
© a/ «a button (144/44) nner. 5
O =m button (m) ................... rxnsscenseraneees OR 5
© Top menu, disc/deck 1/2 select button
(TOP MENU, DISC/DECK 1/2) .............em.... connues 6
@ Display button (DISPLAY).......... RO Rename .8
O Surround mode select button
(SURROUND) ............. KEG Were cm... À
| 55 O Stereo mode select button
-- т (STEREO) coccinea ctirreennes 4
DEE 03 © Speaker channel select button
TA (LEVEL) .......... peneana neones creer eens „нее 4
* D Delay time button (DELAY) .............—..... FE], 4
® TV volume buttons (vTV VOLA) .......... cronemeceess 7
CEN a Da EG Muting button (MUTING) ........... eerie E, 2
e EEC E @ input select buttons
dm = (TV, VCR, TUNER/BAND, TAPE, MD, CD, DVD) ..... 2
O >» />> button (>> /») ...... EEDREKREREKMERKEM rere 5
E Cursor/enter buttons ...................... naranrasa sense manne 8
& Menu button (MENU) ………….…….…..….…......….….….……… 8
® SFC mode select button (SFC)........... 4 ,PA,
® Test button (TEST)............. arnuvaeraenes „не IR) , 4
® Delay time/level adjust buttons (—, +) ........ ER], 4
@ Direct tuning/disc enter button
(DIRECT TUNING/DISC ENTER) ......... cenar. EL, 4
D >10/-/- — button (>10/-/—-—) ceremonia A
% Numbered buttons ............. panssesse encens „ее, 4
@ TV/AV select button (TV/AV)........... padomsem sense nan 7
Y Volume buttons (- VOL +)............... I E) y 2
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Transmission
Remote control signal sensor
TT About 7 meters in front of the
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range will depend on the
angle at which the remote
control is used.)
Concerning the remote control
A Battery installation
| Use of batteries |
e Align the poles (+ and —) properly when inserting the batteries.
Press in and down towards the minus end.
® Do not mix old and new batteries or different types of batteries.
¢ Do not recharge ordinary dry cell batteries.
e Do not heat or disassemble the batteries. Do not allow them to
contact flame or water.
e Remove the batteries if the unit is not to be used for a long time.
e Do not keep together with metallic objects such as necklaces.
e Do not use rechargeable type batteries.
e Do not use batteries if the covering has been peeled off.
Mishandling of batteries can cause electrolyte leakage which can
damage items the fluid contacts and may cause a fire.
If electrolyte leaks from the batteries, consult your dealer.
Wash thoroughly with water if electrolyte comes in contact with
any part of your body.
5 Correct method of use
| Operation notes
e Do not place obstacles between the remote control signal
sensor and remote control unit.
6 Do not expose the remote control signal sensor to direct
sunlight or to the bright light of a fluorescent light.
e Take care to keep the remote control signal sensor and end of
the remote control unit free from dust.
e |f the unit is installed in a rack with glass doors, the glass doors’
thickness or color might make it necessary to use the remote
control a shorter distance from the unit.
Before use
| TO prevent damage Е ||
e Never place heavy items on top of the unit.
e Do not disassemble or reconstruct the unit.
e Do not spill water or other liquids into the unit.
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Make sure that the power supply for all components has been | Note
turned off before making any connections. Use digital connection to enjoy Dolby Digital or DTS (= page 20).
Analog connection is necessary if you intend to record the source
To connect equipment, reter to the appropriate operating (» page 36).
instructions.
Connecting aTV anda DVD player
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21pin scart cable
(not included)
e Do not bend the optical fiber cable. À 4
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to be used, be sure to attach the dust- { 277) (AUDIO OUT)
protection cap to prevent exposure to dust. | E - «Mx (VIDEO OUT)
or - Us (VIDEO IN)
Note | VIDEO IN
Dolby Digital RF (radio frequency) signals DIGITAL AUDIO VIDEO | |
cannot be decoded with this unit. OUT OUT OUT UT
AV IN
AUDIO |
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Satellite receiver, etc. TV or TV monitor
(not included) (not included)
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If you want to connect a graphic
equalizer, connect it to the TAPE
terminals (> page 25).
Connections
VCR (not included)
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radiation vents in any way.
Do not place anything on top of this unit or block the heat
In particular, do not place tape decks or CD/DVD players on
this unit as heat radiated from it can damage your software.
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Cooling fan
The cooling fan operates at
high power output levels only.
The included AC mains lead is for use with this unit only.
Do not use it with other equipment.
(For United Kingdom only)
BE SURE TO READ THE CAUTION FOR THE AC
MAINS LEAD ON PAGE 4 BEFORE
CONNECTION.
To household mains socket
SAC mains lead (included)
Connect this cord only after all other
cables and cords are connected.
Insertion of Connector
Even when the connector is
perfectly inserted, depending
on the type of inlet used, the
front part of the connector
may jut out as shown in the
drawing.
However there is no problem
using the unit.
Appliance inlet
Connector
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FM antenna
Fix the other end of the antenna where reception is best.
FM indoor antenna
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(not included)
AM loop antenna
e Fit the AM loop antenna holder (included) onto the rear panel of this unit and
then attach the AM loop antenna to the AM loop antenna holder (facing in the
direction of best reception).
e Keep loose antenna cord away from other wire cords or a tapedeck.
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AM loop antenna
(included)
To connect an outdoor antenna
FM outdoor antenna
® Disconnect the FM indoor antenna,
e The antenna should be installed by a competent technician.
[ For the United Kingdom |
— FM outdoor antenna
(not included)
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75 Q coaxial cable
(not included)
Antenna plug adapter
(included)
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FM outdoor
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AM outdoor antenna
¢ Run a piece of vinyl wire horizontally across a window or other
convenient location.
e Leave the loop antenna connected.
e Disconnect the antenna when the unit is not in use. Do not use
the antenna during an electrical storm.
(not included)
300 © feeder wire
(not included)
How to use the antenna plug (included)
For Australia and N.Z.
Two types of wire are most commonly used for connection from
the antenna: 300 Q parallel feeder wire or 75 Q coaxial cable.
For best resistance to outside interference, the use of 75 Q
coaxial cable is suggested.
e To connect a 75 {) coaxial cable
(1) Remove a piece of the outer vinyl insulator.
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(4) Install the coaxial cable.
Clamp the cable conductor, and wind it on so that it doesn’t
contact anything else.
Press down with pliers.
(5) Attach the cover.
e To connect a 300 () feeder wire
Loosen the screws, connect the wires, and tighten the screws
to secure the connection.
300 Q feeder wire
(not included)
(not included)
FM ANT
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Vinyl-covered wire
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Front speakers
Place on the left and right of the TV at seated ear height so that
Center speaker
Front speaker (not included) Front speaker there is good coherency between the picture and sound.
(left) e = (right)
(not included) ; Bl (not included) Center speaker
TN : E 7 : Place underneath or above the center of the TV. Aim the speaker
’ Subwoofer at the seating area.
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Surround speaker ™., „Surround speaker reasonable distance from the TV.
(left) С „о (right) ; Note that some experimentation can yield the smoothest low
(not included) (not included) ; frequency performance. Placement near a corner can increase the
© apparent output level, but can result in unnatural bass.
Other connections are possible depending on your speaker system.
See your speaker system's operating instructions for details.
| Front speakers
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subwoofer.
To connect a passive subwoofer
e You can connect another amplifier and connect a passive
subwoofer to it.
e Connection to a passive subwoofer that has front speaker
terminais is also possible.
(See the operating instructions of the speaker system for
details.)
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| Preparatorysteps |
These settings should be done to get the most from the unit's
reproduction modes (= pages 20 and 21),
| Front, center, and surround channel settings
Set the SIZE, DISTANCE, and FILTER for your speakers.
in SIZE
Set the type (LARGE or SMALL) and presence of your speakers.
Select “LARGE” if the speakers can produce bass (below around
100 Hz). Select “SMALL” if the speakers cannot produce bass. If
you aren't using center or surround speakers select “NONE” so
the sound is produced through the front speakers.
The speaker channels are all set to “LARGE” before shipping. if all
your speakers are LARGE, you may skip this operation.
In DISTANCE
Enter the distance of each speaker from the listening position so
the sound from the speakers reaches the listening position at the
same time. The unit calculates the delay time for the center and
surround speakers based on these distances.
In FILTER
Enter the cutoff frequency for your subwoofer based on the bass
capability of your front speakers
The factory setting is 100 Hz,
1 Press [b/].
2 Press [A] and [B] at the same time.
“SETTING” appears on the display.
3 Press [A] to select what you want to
set.
Each time the button is pressed the display changes as
follows.
SIZE — DISTANCE — FILTER — DR COMP
(continued on next page)
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4 When “SIZE” is selected
(1) Press [B] to select the speaker
channel to be set.
Each time the button is pressed the display changes as
follows.
FRONT ——» CENTER — > SURROUND
2) Turn [PTY SELECTOR] ([SFC
MODE]) to set the type (LARGE,
SMALL) and presence (NONE) of
the speaker.
Each time the selector is turned the display changes as
follows.
Front:
SMALL =— LARGE
Center, Surround:
NONE == SMALL => LARGE
Select “NONE” if a center and surround speaker isn't
connected.
(9 Repeat steps X and (2) to complete
the size settings for the front,
center and surround speakers.
When “DISTANCE” is selected
(D) Press [B] to select the speaker
channel to be set.
Each time the button is pressed the display changes as
follows.
FRONT — CENTER — SURROUND
(2) Turn [PTY SELECTOR] ([SFC
MODEL) to set the distance.
Distance can be set at 0.1 m intervals between 1 m to
10 m.
The factory settings are as follows.
Front and center speakers: 3.0m
Surround speakers: 1.5m
O Repeat steps O and @ to complete
the distance settings for the front,
center and surround speakers.
When “FILTER” is selected
Turn [PTY SELECTOR] ([SFC MODE])
to set the cut off frequency.
Each time the selector is turned the display changes as
follows,
100 —* 150 — 200
5 Press [A] and [B] at the same time.
“COMPLETE” appears on the display.
If you allow about 10 seconds to elapse between settings, the
procedure is cancelled, all settings are returned to how they were,
and the previous display is restored. Begin again if this occurs.
For your reference:
The settings remain as they are until changed by the above
procedure, even after the power has been turned off.
В Preparation
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Press [SUBWOOFER] to select “ON” or
“OFF”.
“SUB-WFR” appears on the display and the current setting, “ON”
or “OFF,” is shown. Press again to switch between “ON” and
“OFF.”
ON: select if you are using a subwoofer.
OFF: select if you are not using a subwoofer.
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SUBWOOFER
This part of the display indicates which speakers sound comes
| from.
TE! Tm. The corresponding indicators will not light if you selected “NONE”
a | TEEN NITO during the speaker setting procedure (» pages 16 and 17), or if
(O0 SL ET you turned the subwoofer off (see above).
SUBWOOFER | To — The surround and center speaker indicators do not light when
A | o | STEREO mode is selected (» page 20).
Center speaker
Surround Surround
speaker — — D О speaker
(left) a Ca o (right)
D — Subwoofer
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Front speaker Front speaker
(teft) (right)
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Preparatory steps
Do these steps to get the most from your home theater system.
Adjusting speaker output level
Adjust speaker level so the output from all the speakers is the
same apparent level when sitting where you would normally enjoy
a source.
1 Press [A] to turn on SPEAKERS A.
You cannot adjust when SPEAKERS B is selected.
2 by remote control only
BALANCE Press [TEST] to output the test signal.
cig ante LL a “TEST” appears on the display.
naar O MEN The signal is output from each speaker in the following
order for about two seconds each:
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TS L: Front speaker (left)
4 _— 4 — 9 C: Center speaker
40066 4 R: Front speaker (right)
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LS: Surround speaker (left)
SW: Subwoofer
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Speakers set as “NONE” or “OFF” are skipped.
DSP switches to SURROUND mode when the test starts.
3 by remote control
Press [VOL (- or +)] to set the volume
Preparation
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speakers is off.
4
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FT E channel to adjust.
7 Lo ой The current level appears on the display.
| Press again to change the speaker channel.
L+C+>R—-RS-LS-SW Speakers set as “NONE” or “OFF” are skipped.
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COD the same apparent level as the front
speakers.
The four channels can be adjusted between —10 dB and
+10 dB, with zero being the current level of the front
speakers.
ALA channel.
4 3 Mm © Repeat4and>5 for each speaker
To stop the test signal
Press [TEST].
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O ee TR The test signal will not be output if DSP DEFEAT is engaged.
o EA AE Ensure DSP is ON (= page 21).
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Digital Signal Processor (DSP)
DSP
You can take advantage of the following modes with this unit.
AE STEREO mode |
Use this mode when you want to listen to stereo sources, whether
they are digital or analogue, or when you want to playback Dolby
Digital or DTS sources through two channels. The sounds usually
fed through the other speakers are down-mixed so they are output
through the left and right front speakers. There may be some
change in the overall sound when surround sources are down-
mixed.
EJ SURROUND mode
By selecting this mode while digital input is being used, the unit
A — — * * automatically determines the kind of digital source being used
(Dolby Digital, Dolby Surround, or DTS), and processes it
accordingly. Select this mode also when you are playing back an
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| 505 9 8 o Dolby Surround.
Software with the following mark can be played back in this mode.
DIGITAL
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DIGITAL SURROUND
The following indicators light depending on the source.
DE PRO LOGIC
When playing analogue sources.
———— * ' — ———— When playing digital sources with PCM signals.
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When playing Dolby Digital sources.
When playing DTS sources.
В Dolby Pro Logic
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby”, “Pro Logic” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories. Cenfidential unpublished works. © 1992-
1997 Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved.
Manufactured under license from Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
“DTS” and “DTS” Digital Surround” are trademarks of Digital
o | | Theater Systems, Inc. © 1996 Digital Theater Systems, Inc. All
er a | | | + [rights reserved.
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| SFC modes
"by remote control only for the United Kingdom |
The SFC (Sound Field Control) function gives presence and
spread, thereby enhancing and enriching the music or movie.
Read the following explanations to better understand how to make
your selection.
SFC is designed to add surround-like effects to stereo sources.
Select the appropriate mode when playing back Dolby Digital,
DTS, or Dolby Surround sources.
HALL
This mode imparts a reflection and spread which will make you
feel as if you are in a large concert hall.
CLUB
Like a jazz club, this mode provides an exciting and intimate
atmosphere. It simulates the sound field of a relatively small room
with a low ceiling and hard reflective surfaces, for a “live” sound
with enhanced presence to bring the performers up close.
LIVE
Primarily for vocal pieces, this mode adds gloss to the vocals and
you'll feel as though you were hearing a live stage performance.
THEATER
You can clearly perceive the directions and source of the movie.
Real ambience of sound can also be recreated naturally using this
mode.
SIM SURR (SIMULATED)
Choose this mode if little or no sound will be heard from the
surround speakers.
You can feel as if you were in a more expanded space adding to
the actual sound from the source.
This mode also adds effect to monaural sources by outputting
sound from surround speakers.
If the beginning of a track is cut off when playing CDs
The beginning of a track may not be heard if you play CDs in
STEREO mode.
You can solve this by engaging the PCM FIX mode.
Press and hold [DIGITAL INPUT] for four seconds.
“PCM FIX” appears on the display.
This mode can be selected for each source, but is canceled when
the unit is turned off.
e The PCM FIX mode can be selected in STEREO mode only.
e Dolby Digital and DTS sources cannot be played while PCM
FIX mode is on.
® Noise can occur if DTS sources are played while PCM FIX
mode is engaged. To avoid this, be sure to turn PCM FIX mode
off after use.
If reception is weak or “TUNED” fails to light
completely while playing the radio
Press and hold [DSP ON/DEFEAT] until “DEFEAT” appears on
the display.
Press and hold again to turn DSP on. The STEREO mode is
selected.
This allows you to play back sound without it passing through the
digital signal processor {DSP). When this is selected, no sound
will go through the center or surround speakers or the subwoofer.
When “DEFEAT” is selected the sound mode indicators (STEREO,
SURROUND and SFC) go out and these modes can not be
selected.
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1 2 5 SFC MODE 3 4 Before operation, set [VOLUME] to the “MIN” position.
1 Press (Hm.
2 Press [A] and/or [B] to select the
speaker system(s) to be used.
A and B refer to the speaker terminals at the rear of the unit,
“SURROUND” and “SFC” cannot be turned on if [B] is
pressed. Press [A] to enjoy these modes.
tf the button is pressed once more, the indicator will switch
off and no sound will be heard from the speakers.
3 Turn [INPUT SELECTOR] to select the
desired source.
(Refer to the appropriate operating instructions for details.)
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The indicator corresponding to the selected source lights
and the source is shown on the display.
PHONO: To listen to phono discs
ONU TUNER: To listen to radio broadcasts
TEE CD: To listen to compact discs
Don EE DVD: To enjoy DVD
TV: To watch TV
VCR: To watch video tapes
О. | | В | | For the United Kingdom |
a a. EE | TAPE/MD: To listen to cassette tapes or MDs
For Australia and N.Z.
TAPE: To listen to cassette tapes or MDs
2 A SPEAKERS B CF mme roce — To watch a video (or DVD) or the TV, set the TV to either
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3 INPUT SELECTOR ENE “DIGITAL” or “ANALOG”.
| o JU TE Switches between “DIGITAL” and “ANALOG” each time the
| o | ÉLIRE | button is pressed.
The “DIGITAL INPUT” indicator lights when DIGITAL is
selected.
4 LJ e a PALE 5 Tun [DSP] to select the desired
E. № EE The DSP indicator corresponding to the selected mode
o | DIGITAL ~— ANALOG — lights and that mode is displayed.
p= pp | | Be sure to select the mode appropriate to the source you
5 STEREO To ya _ НН a. are playing (= pages 20 and 21).
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7 В о 7 + 7 De You can also select SFC modes by turning [SFC MODE]
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7 Start the source.
8 Adjust the volume.
| While using the SFC modes |
To adjust speaker level MAI EZ RD
(D Press [LEVEL] to select the speaker channel to adjust.
Each time the button is subsequently pressed, the speaker
whose level is to be set is selected in the listed sequence.
© + RS +LS—- SW
Speakers for which "NONE" or “OFF” has been set are
skipped.
(2) Press [-] or [+] to adjust the output level.
Channels C, RS, LS, and SW can be adjusted between —10 dB
and +10 dB.
To adjust delay time MAUR RL
You can adjust surround channel only.
By adjusting delay time, you can adjust the effects of the SFC
modes.
(1) Press [DELAY].
When the button is pressed, the current delay time is
displayed.
@ Press [-] or [+] to set the time.
Select a delay time to suit your individual needs.
Delay time can be set at 10 milliseconds (ms) intervals
between 10 and 100 ms.
The factory settings for each mode are 50 ms.
For your reference
Settings for volume level and delay time can be done for each
SFC mode.
When you finish listening
Be sure to reduce the volume, and switch the power to the
standby condition by pressing [GA].
For your reference
e If you are using a VCR and you select TAPE, CD, TUNER, or
PHONO
The picture will remain on the screen.
e About DSP mode
The DSP modes can be set for each source. Once you have set
the mode for a source, the mode is engaged whenever that
source is selected.
These modes are automatically switched to STEREO if
SPEAKERS B is selected or both speakers are turned off. When
SPEAKERS B is turned off or SPEAKERS A is selected, the
mode is switched back to the latest mode.
e Only Dolby Digital, DTS or PCM signals (44.1 kHz or 48 kHz)
can be reproduced through the digital terminal
The digital input signal of sampling frequencies 96 kHz and
other signal formats such as MPEG cannot be reproduced on
this unit,
В Operations
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Turn n [BASS] to adjust ti the low frequency
sound.
Turn [TREBLE] to adjust the high
frequency sound.
just the sound balance
Turn 1 [BALANCE] to adjust the left/right
sound balance.
You can turn the subwoofer off when you want to listen to music.
Press [SUBWOOFER] to select “OFF”.
(= Page 18.)
You can also adjust the volume of the subwoofer in STEREO
mode.
(D) Press [LEVEL].
(2 Press [+] or [-].
The volume can be adjusted between —10 dB and +10 dB.
SPEAKERS A, B
| For the United Kingdom | TAPE MONITOR
TAPE/MD
(TAPE MONITOR)
For Australia and N.Z.
TAPE
(TAPE MONITOR)
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E For front speakers with an impedance under 6 Q |
Press and hold [A] or [B] until “LOW IMP”
lights up on the display.
If even one of the speakers being used has an impedance under
6 Q, press and hold down either [A] or [B] for 4 seconds or more to
set the impedance on the main unit to LOW.
(Press and hold down once again for 4 seconds or more to turn it
off.)
Note that when “LOW IMP” is illuminated, SPEAKERS A and B
cannot both be used at the same time.
To change speakers:
e.g. To use SPEAKERS B, press [A] (‘EN" goes out), and then
press [B] to activate SPEAKERS B.
BE me TAPE MONITOR indicator
This indicator lights in the following two situations:
1. [ For the United Kingdom |
While TAPE/MD is selected,
For Australia and N.Z.
While TAPE is selected.
2 While TAPE MONITOR is in use.
To use the tape monitor
(For use when you have connected a graphic equalizer to the
TAPE terminals.)
For the United Kingdom |
Ii [TAPE MONITOR] is pressed while a source other than TAPE/
MD is selected, the “TAPE MONITOR” indicator lights and the
tape monitor comes on.
For Australia and N.Z.
If [TAPE MONITOR] is pressed while a source other than TAPE is
selected, the “TAPE MONITOR” indicator lights and the tape
monitor comes on.
Sources other than tape can still be selected with [INPUT
SELECTOR] while the “TAPE MONITOR” indicator is on.
Press [TAPE MONITOR] again to turn the tape monitor off.
(=) See “Making a recording” on page 36 for details on how to use
the tape monitor during recording.)
e The tape monitor cannot be used when TV, DVD, or CD digital
input is being used.
e |f you are using the tape monitor and you select a digital input
source, the tape monitor switches off.
e Depending on the settings on the graphic equalizer, there may
be some distortion.
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—-DSP ON/DEFEAT FM MODE
| 1 INPUT SELECTOR
Selected band |
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Use the tuning buttons to tune-in radio stations.
1 Turn [INPUT SELECTOR] to select
“TUNER”.
2 Press [BAND] to select “FM” or “AM”.
3 Press [TUNING (v or m)] to tune to
the desired frequency.
“TUNED” lights up when tuned.
“STEREO” lights up when an FM stereo broadcast is
received.
To make an automatic search for stations
f [TUNING ( Y or A)]is held down for an instant until the
frequency begins to scroll, the broadcast stations are tuned
in automatically when one is found.
Tuning may stop automatically if any jamming is
encountered.
If noise is excessive in the FM stereo mode
Press [FM MODE].
(STEREO” will go out, and “MONO” will light up).
The broadcast will be monaural, but noise will be reduced.
If the button is pressed once more, the stereo mode resumes.
If there is hissing or thumping while the radio is
playing
Press and hold [-DSP ON/DEFEAT] to select “DEFEAT”.
(=» Page 21 for details about DSP DEFEAT.)
For your reference
The tuner can pick up interference from DVD players. If this
occurs turn the DVD player off.
To change the AM frequency step
Press and hold [BAND] for about 3 seconds when AM band is
selected. (The frequency step changes from 9 kHz to 10 kHz.)
To return to the previous step, press and hold [BAND] for about 3
seconds again.
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by remote control only
Specify the frequency using the numbered buttons on the remote
control to directly tune to the station.
1 Press [TUNER/BANDI.
This will set the remote control to operate the tuner.
The selector on the receiver will change to “TUNER”.
Each time the button is pressed, the band will change as
follows,
FM +— AM.
2 Press [DIRECT TUNING/DISC ENTER].
3 While cursor display is flashing (approx. 10 seconds)
Press the numbered buttons to enter
the frequency.
1 TUNER/
BAND Ori 197
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A PRA EA AA mu, If the frequency has been input correctly, the displayed
Selected band
frequency will blink once.
1. If no button is pressed while the cursor display is flashing,
the display will return to the frequency which is currently
being received.
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DISC ENTER
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To re-specify the frequency, repeat the procedure from
os step 2.
MEL 2.1f the frequency has not been input correctly, “ERROR”
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In this case, re-enter the frequency.
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Presetting radio stations into the memory channels of this unit
makes selecting stations simple.
A total of 30 FM and AM stations can be preset.
Please remember this
If a new station is preset into a channel, the setting for the station
which was previously entered in that channel will be automatically
erased,
| Automatic memory presetting
Automatic memory presetting allows this unit to search for
stations and then preset them into memory.
1 Tune to the lowest frequency in FM.
i TS (= Pages 26 and 27.)
— 2 Press and hold [MEMORY].
_— Automatic memory presetting will start.
All the FM stations the unit can receive are preset in
channels 1 to 30.
TMT 777 73 Tune to the lowest frequency in AM.
(= Pages 26 and 27.)
4 Press and hold [MEMORY].
Automatic memory presetting will start.
All the AM stations the unit can receive are preset in
—" channels 21 to 30. (Any FM stations in these channels will
1 poa be replaced.)
During automatic memory presetting, the memory indicator
Will flash while the frequency scrolls.
When a station is preset
The memory indicator and the preset channel number will
be displayed for approximately 1 second (EY).
When presetting is completed
The last station to be preset will be displayed.
Frequencies may not be preset correctly in cases where the
broadcast waves are too strong or too weak. In such cases, carry
out presetting manually (» page 29).
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The desired stations can be preset into the desired channels by
the user.
1 Settothe desired frequency.
(=> Pages 26 and 27.)
If interference or static is keeping you from enjoying an FM
broadcast, press {FM MODE] and change to monaural.
You can preset the station in monaural just as in stereo.
2 Press [MEMORY].
To cancel the memory function, press [MEMORY] again.
3 Press [TUNING (v or A)] to select the
desired channel.
Holding the buttons down lets you scroll through channels
faster.
4 Press [MEMORY].
The channel will blink on the display.
To continue presetting
Repeat steps 1 through 4.
BE To listen to preset channels |
] Press [PRESET].
2 Press [TUNING (v or AJ].
Holding down the buttons lets you scroll through channels
faster.
The channel number flashes for approximately 5 seconds.
Select the desired channel number during that time.
After 5 seconds, the display will change from the channel
number to the frequency.
If you press [PRESET] while the channel number is
displayed, the display will change to the frequency,
To confirm the channel number of the station being
received
Press [PRESET].
(The channel number flashes for approximately 5 seconds.)
The channel number is not displayed if you change the frequency
or FM mode setting.
For your reference
Even if the power supply cord is disconnected from the household
AC outlet, the memory will retain its contents for approximately
one month.
If frequency presettings are accidentally erased
Program the presettings once again.
The power supply cord should remain connected for one hour or
more for the memory back-up to be effective.
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RDS (Radio data system) is a multiplex broadcasting system.
Along with the audio signals of FM broadcasts, text information
and other signals are transmitted to help you enjoy radio more and
make tuning into programs easier. This unit can use the following
types of signals.
® PS (Program service):
The name of the station can be displayed.
e PTY (Program type):
The type of program can be displayed. This signal can also be
used to search for a type of program (= page 31). See page 35
for more information about the PTY displays.
e EON (Enhanced other networks):
This signal is used between networked stations to make it
easier for listeners to tune into a type of program (= page 32).
e AT (Radio text):
This is text transmitted by the station. This unit can show a
maximum of 64 characters by scrolling it across the screen. The
text could be information about the song playing, traffic and
weather reports, phone-in numbers, or police information.
Some areas currently do not have PTY, EON, and RT.
— To display RDS information
The display normally shows the radio frequency. When the “RDS”
indicator lights, the station is broadcasting RDS signals.
Press [DISPLAY MODE].
Each time the button is pressed, the display changes as follows.
— ( Frequency display
@ PS display
(See below if PS is not displayed)
(3) PTY display
(“NO PTY” is displayed if PTY signals are not being
received, then the frequency is shown again.)
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—— ORT display
(There is no change if RT signals are not being received.)
If RDS signals are not being received, the “RDS” indicator does
not light and there is no change when the button is pressed.
For your reference
Occasionally PS isn't displayed even if PS signals are being
received. You may be able to see PS if you change the reception
mode,
Press and hold [DISPLAY MODE).
The mode switches between "MODE 1” and “MODE 2” every time
the button is pressed and held.
If PS isn’t displayed, PS signals are not being received. Restore
“MODE 1” in this case.
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PTY search and EON tuning
Before trying to use these functions, it is necessary to preset radio
stations into the receiver's memory (= pages 28 and 29). Neither
of these functions will work if stations have not been preset.
PTY search
Carry out this operation while listening to an FM broadcast.
PTY search finds a particular type of program for you.
1 Turn [PTY SELECTOR] to select the
desired program type.
Each time you turn the selector, the PTY display will change
1 PTY SELECTOR in sequence. (For PTY displays: » page 33.)
2 While the PTY display is flashing (approx. 10 seconds)
X ВН “PTY” flashes while the search is carried out.
ET Press [PTY SEARCH].
When the selected type of program is located
| The receiver automatically switches over to the station
2 broadcasting the program. The PTY indicator continues to flash for
about two seconds after the program is found. During this time the
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Restarting a search
It is possible to restart the search during the two seconds that the
PTY indicator is flashing after the program is found, simply by
pressing [PTY SEARCH] again.
It is also possible to search for the same kind of program on
another station by pressing [PTY SEARCH] at any time if the
display is in PTY mode. If [PTY SEARCH] is pressed in any other
mode, the message “SELECT PTY FIRST” scrolls across the
display.
if the desired type of program is not found
“NO PTY” will be displayed for a moment, then the current
frequency and the receiver will return to the original display.
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| EON tuning
EON tuning is useful if the type of program you want to listen is
not currently being broadcast. It allows you to set the unit to
automatically change to a particular type of program when one
begins.
EON tuning only works if RDS data and EON signals are being
received.
EON tuning finds programs on stations that share EON signals.
1 Turn [PTY SELECTOR] to select the
desired program type.
Each time you turn the selector, the PTY display will change
in sequence. (For PTY displays: = page 33.)
Е a | | | В a 2 While the PTY display is flashing (approx. 10 seconds)
PTV SELECTOR a | Press [EON].
#4 AI ВЫ | . | “EON” will light up.
The current station remains tuned in until the selected type of
program begins. When the receiver finds the type of program you
selected, “EON” appears on the display and the message “OTHER
— | | | — PROGRAM SERVICE” scrolls from right to left across the display.
a | | | a The receiver automatically changes over at this time. If the type of
2 | | Ш program you selected is currently broadcasting, the receiver will
immediately change to that station.
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change the input source, or turn the unit OFF.
When “NO EON” is displayed
The broadcast you are presently receiving does not provide EON
service.
To check the program type while on reception standby
Turn [PTY SELECTOR].
The program type last selected will be displayed for approximately
2 seconds. (EON” will flash.)
If you turn the selector again while the program type is being
displayed, you will turn EON tuning OFF.
To cancel EON tuning
Press [EON].
“ECON” will go out.
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About the PTY display
There are a total of 31 PTY displays on this unit. The display
changes each time [PTY SELECTOR] is turned.
The table below shows the order in which the display changes,
and also gives an explanation of each display.
Display Explanation
NEWS News
AFFAIRS Current affairs
| INFO Information
SPORT Sport
EDUCATE Education
DRAMA Drama
CULTURE Culture
SCIENCE Science
VARIED Varied
POP M Pop music
ROCK M Rock music
М. О. В.М Middle-of-the-road Music
LIGHT M Light classical
CLASSICS Serious classical
OTHER M Other music
WEATHER Weather information
FINANCE Finance
CHILDREN Children
SOCIAL A Social affairs
RELIGION Religion
PHONE IN Phone in
TRAVEL Travel
LEISURE Leisure
JAZZ Jazz music
COUNTRY Country music
NATIONAL National music
OLDIES Oldies
FOLK M Folk music
DOCUMENT Documentary
TEST Test broadcast
ALARM Emergency announcement
This unit does not have EBS-Emergency Broadcast System which
tunes automatically into emergency broadcasts when they begin.
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Use this mode to reproduce 6 channel discrete sources that have
been connected using analogue 6 channel input. This bypasses
the decoders in this unit.
Ensure you have your speakers set up in the following way.
e The front speakers are connected to the A terminals (w page
14) and “SPEAKERS A” is selected (»> page 22).
1 Turn [INPUT SELECTOR] to select
“DVD”.
2 Press [DVD 6CH INPUT] to select
“DVD 6CH”.
Changes as follows, each time the button is pressed.
DVD 6CH *= DVD (2CH)
e If you press this button while another source (CD,
PHONO, etc.) is selected, the receiver switches the
source to DVD and engages the DVD 6CH INPUT mode.
® All sound mode indicators are turned off when DVD 6CH
INPUT is turned on. The STEREO mode and indicator
comes on when DVD 6CH INPUT is turned off.
3 Start the desired source.
Follow your equipment's operating instructions.
e This mode cannot be turned on while SPEAKERS B is on. If
SPEAKERS B is selected or both speakers are turned off when
this mode is selected, this mode is automatically canceled,
When SPEAKERS B is turned off again or SPEAKERS A is
selected, the mode is automatically turned on.
à You cannot select a DSP mode while in the DVD 6CH INPUT
mode.
® Any speaker settings you have made (= pages 16-19) are
ineffective in the DVD 6CH INPUT mode. If you need to change
speaker settings, make the settings on the other unit.
Other functions
SPEAKERS A,B PTY SELECTOR VOLUME
(SFC MODE) A To mute the sound level
Press [MUTING].
The message “MUTING ON NOW” runs repeatedly from right to
left across the display as long as the muting function is on.
Press once again to retum to the previous volume level.
Muting is canceled when the receiver is turned off.
PHONES a B To listen through headphones
DISPLAY MENU:
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headphones. Turning the speakers off automatically engages
STEREO mode and ensures no sound is heard from the
subwoofer. If SURROUND is used, the sound heard through the
headphones will seem unusual.
A
Avoid listening for prolonged periods of time to prevent hearing
MUTING <a damage.
C Dynamic range compression
“Dynamic range compression” (DR COMP) is a function for
B compressing the dynamic range (reproduction level range) of
O" audio signals. It is used for viewing movie software late at night or
3 ga} at other times when high volume levels are not desirable,
VOLUME This function only works with DR COMP compatible Dolby Digital
format software.
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Headphones (not included) “SETTING” appears on the display. "hd
[a (2) Press [A] to select “DR COMP”. O
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follows.
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select the setting.
2) A SPEAKERS B Each time the selector is turned the display changes as
O follows.
G- OFF=— STANDARD « MAX
(4) Press [A] and [B].
(3) PTY SELECTOR (SFC MODE) “COMPLETE” appears on the display.
For your reference
When DR COMP is on, scenes that already have a low sound
level will be heard as they are. When scenes that are loud occur,
| the function acts to reduce the peak level.
(4) A SPEAKERS B The sound field will remain intact even if DR COMP is functioning.
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e You cannot record a source connected through a digital
terminal.
e When recording CD, DVD, or TV, ensure the source is connected
through the corresponding analog terminals (» pages 10 and 11)
and “ANALOG” input is selected (= page 22).
® When you select DVD 6CH INPUT mode, only sound from the
front left and right speakers is recorded.
A Recording on a tape deck —
Before recording, prepare the tape deck.
See the tape deck's operating instructions for details.
1 Turn [INPUT SELECTOR] to select the
source to be recorded.
Any source can be selected except TAPE.
2 Begin recording on the tape deck.
Follow your tape deck’s operating instructions.
3 Begin the source to be recorded.
Follow your equipment's operating instructions.
El To monitor the recorded sound |
It is possible to check the sound being recorded if your tape deck
is a 3 head system.
Press [TAPE MONITOR] on this unit and
set the monitor button on the tape deck to
“TAPE”.
Press [TAPE MONITOR] once again to turn it off.
c RecordingonaVCR
Before recording, prepare the VCR.
See the VCR's operating instructions for details.
| Turn [INPUT SELECTOR] to select the
source to be recorded.
Any source can be selected except VCR and TAPE.
Recording from the tape deck is not possible.
2 Begin recording on the VCR.
Follow your VCR's operating instructions.
3 Begin the source to be recorded.
Follow your equipment's operating instructions.
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There are two timer functions: the sleep timer and the wake timer.
e Sleep timer:
The unit turns off after a set time.
It can be set for 30, 60, or 90 minutes.
e Wake timer:
The unit can be set to turn on a certain number of hours after it
is turned off.
It can be set for 5, 7, or 9 hours.
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1 Press [TIMER] to select the desired
timer mode.
The timer mode changes as follows:
SLEEP -» WAKE » OFF
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2 [Within 5 seconds]
Press [TIMER] and release when the
time you require is displayed.
The display changes as follows:
e In sleep timer mode
и » 50 » Y (minutes)
e in wake timer mode
A > 7H > 9H (hours)
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The frequency is displayed again 5 seconds after the setting
is completed.
3 Wake timer mode only
Press [5/1] to turn off the unit.
The “WAKE” indicator lights up.
Checking the remaining time on the sleep timer and the
time set for the wake timer
Press [TIMER] once.
Do not press [TIMER] again before the remaining time indication
goes out.
The setting may change if you do this.
Changing a setting
Repeat steps 1 and 2.
To cancel the timer
Press [TIMER] until “OFF” is displayed.
“SLEEP” or “WAKE” will go out.
e The timers cannot be used together.
e The sleep timer turns off the receiver, and the wake timer turns
on the receiver, but they do not turn offfon any externally
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Before requesting service for this unit, check the chart below for a If you are in doubt about some of the check points, or if the
possible cause of the problem you are experiencing. Some simple remedies indicated in the chart do not solve the problem, refer to
checks or a minor adjustmen
t on your part may eliminate the the directory of Authorized Service Centers (enclosed with this
problem and restore proper operation. unit) to locate a convenient service center, or consult your dealer
for instructions.
| Problem | Probable cause(s) | Suggested remedy | Page(s) |
While listening to FM broadcasts
Hiss is heard during
stereo broadcasts, but not
during monaural ones.
Excessive noise in both
stereo and monaural
broadcasts.
“STEREO” and “TUNED”
indicators flicker.
Stereo broadcasts highly
distorted.
some noise may be heard during stereo | e Change the location and direction of the 12, 13
broadcasts. antenna. |
vi 7 TS | e Use an outdoor antenna. 12, 13
| Antenna location and direction poor. e Use an antenna with more elements. —
Station IS distant.
Modulation for the two types is different so | ® Reduce the treble, 24
Station is distant.
DSP is on. e Select “DSP DEFEAT”. 21
Antenna location and direction poor. * Change the location and direction of the 12, 13
) 5 antenna.
® Use an outdoor antenna. 12, 13
e Use an antenna with more elements. —
Building or mountain nearby.
Unusual “beat”sound is
Low-pitched “hum” is
heard when a station is
tuned.
A continuous or
intermittent hiss is heard.
An AM broadcast station
cannot be picked up clearly.
‘While listening to AM broadcasts
A television is on nearby. | | e | « Separate the two or turn the e television off. TT
heard. Adjacent signal is interfering. ® Reduce the treble. ~~ В >
DSP is on. a Ce Select “DSP DEFEAT" A
Power cord is near the antenna wires. ~~; © Separate the power cord from the wires. | _.
Electronic interference from the power cord | e Use an outdoor antenna. 12, 13
Interference from other appliances. ® Separate this unit from such appliances. —
is s fed to the speakers.
Frequency step is set to 10 kHz. e Hold down [BAND] f for about 3 seconds. 26
This changes the frequency step to 9 kHz.
While enjoying the surround modes
Sound is not heard from 17
the center, surround or
subwoofer speakers.
SURRQUND and SFC
cannot be selected.
Cannot olay Dolby Digital
or DTS sources.
The presence setting of the speaker has| ® Set the type and presence setting of each 17,18
“been incorrectly set to “NONE” or “OFF”. speaker correctly.
The DSP mode has been incorrectly set to | e Set to SURROUND mode. | 20
“STEREO”. | |
DSP is off. ® Select “DSP ON”. 21
| SPEAKERS Bis on. . e Tum SPEAKERS B off. 22
The PCM FIX mode ode may be on. ® Turn PCM FIX mode off. 21
An SFC mode is on. | e Switch to SURROUND or STEREO mode. 20
Problem | Probable cause(s) Suggested remedy | Page(s) |
Common Problems
Unit does not come on. The power cord plug is not fully inserted. | ® Confirm the plug is fully inserted. —
Sound is not heard. The speaker indicators are off. e Turn on the speaker indicators, 22
The tape monitor function is on. e Press the tape monitor button. 25
The muting function is on. e Press the muting button on the remote 35
control.
Incomplete or incorrect connection to| e Check all connections. 10-15
speakers and external equipment.
The incorrect input source has been ® Select the correct source. 22
selected.
Digital signals this unit cannot decode are e Either have the player convert the signals 22, 23
being played, so this unit can handle them or switch to
ANALOG input.
Cannot play CD, DVD, or The DIGITAL input mode is set to DIGITAL | ® Change the setting to suit the type of | 22
or ANALOG. connection you have made,
TV.
Sound suddenly stops or|The protection circuitry has functioned | e Switch off the unit, determine and correct —
none is heard when the | because: the positive and negative speaker | the cause, then switch the unit on.
unit is switched on. wires have shorted; speakers with a lower | e Use speakers with the right impedance 14, 15
“OVERLOAD” appears on |impedance than this unit's rated impedance | rating.
the display. are being used; the speakers are under
strain through excessive volume, excessive
power, or by being used in a high
temperature environment.
“F70” appears on the _—"" | Tum off the power and then turn it on —
display. Pe again, or disconnect the AC power supply
eT cord and then connect it to your household
AC outlet again.
Le (1£ “F70” remains on the display, consult an |
eT "authorized service center or your dealer.) |
If you make a mistake in operation or if sound output stops due to
some operation which was performed, the HELP function displays
information which can be useful for indicating the method by which
this condition can be remedied.
If “ERROR” or scrolling characters (for instance, “SPEAKER OFF
NOW”) appear on the display during operation, carry out the
following operation.
Press [-HELP, —RESET].
The method for remedying this situation will be displayed,
Reference
For your reference
If the above button is pressed for 2 seconds or more until
“RESET” appears on the display, the operation settings for the unit
will be initialized to the settings made at the time of shipment.
However, any stations which have been preset into memory will not
be erased at this time.
Maintenance
To clean this unit, wipe with a soft, dry cloth.
If the surfaces are extremely dirty, use a soft cloth dipped in a soap-and-water solution or a weak detergent solution.
® Never use alcohol, paint thinner or benzine to clean this unit.
e Before using chemically treated cloth, read the instructions that came with the cloth carefully.
RQT5425
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Power output (at 240 V)
DIN 1 kHz (T.H.D. 1 %) 2 x 100 W (6 Q)
№ FM TUNER SECTION
Frequency range
Sensitivity
87.50-108.00 MHz
20 Hz-20 kHz continuous power output S/N 30 dB 1.5 17/75 Q
both channels driven 2 x 80 W (6 ©) S/N 26 dB 1.3 pV/75 Q
Total harmonic distortion S/N 20 dB 1.2 1V/75 Q
rated power at 20 Hz-20 kHz 0.05 % (6 €) IHF usable sensitivity (IHF '58) 1.5 1Y/75 Q
half power at 1 kHz 0.03 % (6 ©) IHF 46 dB stereo quieting sensitivity 22 uV/75 Q
Power output at 1 kHz each channel driven Total harmonic distortion
DIN 1 kHz (T.H.D. 1 %) MONO 0.2 %
Front 2x 100 W (6 Q) STEREO 0.3 %
Center 100 W (6 Q) S/N
Surround 2 x 100 W (6 Q) MONO 60 dB (73 dB, IHF)
Power bandwidth STEREO 58 dB (67 dB, IHF)
both channels driven, -3 dB 10 Hz—40 kHz (6 9) Frequency response
Damping factor 30 (6 ©) 20 Hz-15 kHz +1 dB, —2 dB
Load impedance Alternate channel selectivity
Front +400 kHz 65 dB
AorB 4-16 © Capture ratio 1.5 dB
A and B 8-16 © Image rejection at 98 MHz 40 dB
Center 6-16 © IF rejection at 98 MHz 70 dB
Surround 6-16 Q Spurious response rejection at 98 MHz 70 de
Frequency response AM suppression 50 dB
PHONO RIAA standard curve (30 Hz—15 kHz) £0.8 dB Stereo separation
CD, TAPE/MD (TAPE), DVD, TV, VCR 10 Hz-40 kHz, +3 dB 1 kHz 40 dB
Input sensitivity and impedance Carrier leak
PHONO 3 mV/47 kQ 19 kHz —30 dB (-35 dB, IHF)
CD, TAPE/MD (TAPE), DVD, TV, VCR 200 mY/2? kQ 38 kHz —50 dB (-55 dB, IHF)
S/N at rated power (6 42) Channel balance (250 Hz-6.3 kHz) +1.5 dB
PHONO 70 dB (IHF, A: 80 dB) Limiting point 1.2 UV
CD, TAPE/MD (TAPE), DVD, TV, VCR 7/5 dB (IHF, A: 85 dB) Bandwidth
Tone controls IF amplifier 180 kHz
BASS 50 Hz, +10 to -10 dB FM demodulator 1000 kHz
TREBLE 20 kHz, +10 to —10 dB Antenna terminal 75 Q (unbalanced)
Output voltage
TAPE REC (OUT), VCR QUT 200 mV Hl AM TUNER SECTION
Channel balance (250 Hz—6.3 kHz) +1 dB Frequency range 522-1611 kHz (9 kHz steps)
Channel separation 55 dB 530-1620 kHz (10 kHz steps)
Headphones output level and impedance 430 mV/330 © Sensitivity 20 uV, 330 ju V/m
Subwoofer frequency response (—6 dB) 7-200 Hz Selectivity (at 999 kHz) 55 dB
IF rejection (at 999 kHz) 50 dB
Digital input
Optical CD, DVD, TV № VIDEO SECTION
Output voltage at 1 V input (unbalanced) 1+0.1 Vp-p
Maximum input voltage 1.5 Vp-p
Input/output impedance 75 Q (unbalanced)
MM GENERAL
Power supply AC 230-240 V, 50 Hz
Power consumption 240 W
(in standby condition: 2 W)
Dimensions (W x H x D) 430 x 158 x 324.5 mm
Mass 9.7 kg
Notes:
1. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Mass and dimensions are approximate.
2. Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrum
analyzer.
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Osaka 542-8588, Japan
RQT5425-B
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