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Yamaha R-N602 Owner's Manual
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R-N602
Network Receiver
OWNER’S MANUAL
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Caution: Read this before operating your unit.
1 To assure the finest performance, please read this manual
carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future reference.
2 Install this sound system in a well ventilated, cool, dry, clean
place – away from direct sunlight, heat sources, vibration,
dust, moisture, and/or cold. For proper ventilation, allow the
following minimum clearances.
Top: 30 cm (11-3/4 in)
Rear: 20 cm (7-7/8 in)
Sides: 20 cm (7-7/8 in)
3 Locate this unit away from other electrical appliances, motors,
or transformers to avoid humming sounds.
4 Do not expose this unit to sudden temperature changes from
cold to hot, and do not locate this unit in an environment with
high humidity (i.e. a room with a humidifier) to prevent
condensation inside this unit, which may cause an electrical
shock, fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
5 Avoid installing this unit where foreign objects may fall onto
this unit and/or this unit may be exposed to liquid dripping or
splashing. On the top of this unit, do not place:
– Other components, as they may cause damage and/or
discoloration on the surface of this unit.
– Burning objects (i.e. candles), as they may cause fire,
damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
– Containers with liquid in them, as they may fall and liquid
may cause electrical shock to the user and/or damage to
this unit.
6 Do not cover this unit with a newspaper, tablecloth, curtain,
etc. in order not to obstruct heat radiation. If the temperature
inside this unit rises, it may cause fire, damage to this unit,
and/or personal injury.
7 Do not plug in this unit to a wall outlet until all connections
are complete.
8 Do not operate this unit upside-down. It may overheat,
possibly causing damage.
9 Do not use force on switches, knobs and/or cords.
10 When disconnecting the power cable from the wall outlet,
grasp the plug; do not pull the cable.
11 Do not clean this unit with chemical solvents; this might
damage the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth.
12 Only voltage specified on this unit must be used. Using this
unit with a higher voltage than specified is dangerous and may
cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury. Yamaha
will not be held responsible for any damage resulting from use
of this unit with a voltage other than specified.
13 To prevent damage by lightning, keep the power cord
disconnected from a wall outlet or the unit during a lightning
storm.
14 Do not attempt to modify or fix this unit. Contact qualified
Yamaha service personnel when any service is needed. The
cabinet should never be opened for any reasons.
15 When not planning to use this unit for long periods of time (i.e.
vacation), disconnect the AC power plug from the wall outlet.
16 Be sure to read the “Troubleshooting” section in the owner’s
manual on common operating errors before concluding that
this unit is faulty.
17 Before moving this unit, press A downward to turn off this
unit and then disconnect the AC power plug from the AC wall
outlet.
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Condensation will form when the surrounding temperature
changes suddenly. Disconnect the power cable from the
outlet, then leave this unit alone.
When using this unit for a long time, this unit may become
warm. Turn the system off, then leave this unit alone for
cooling.
Install this unit near the wall outlet and where the AC power
plug can be reached easily.
The batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as
sunshine, fire or the like. When you dispose of batteries,
follow your regional regulations.
Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones
can cause hearing loss.
This unit is not disconnected from the AC power source as long as
it is connected to the wall outlet, even if this unit itself is turned off
by A. This state is called the standby mode. In this state, this unit is
designed to consume a very small quantity of power.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO
NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
Do not use this unit within 15 cm (6 inches) of persons with a heart
pacemaker implant or defibrillator implant.
Do not touch the surface having this label. Doing so may cause
burns. The label on the device indicates that the surface to which
the label is attached may become hot during operation.
Caution: Read this before operating your unit.
■ Notes on remote controls and batteries
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Do not spill water or other liquids on the remote control.
Do not drop the remote control.
Do not leave or store the remote control in the following
conditions:
– places of high humidity, such as near a bath
– places of high temperatures, such as near a heater or stove
– places of extremely low temperatures
– dusty places
Insert batteries according to the polarity markings (+ and -).
Change all batteries if you notice the operation range of the
remote control narrows.
If the batteries run out, immediately remove them from the
remote control to prevent an explosion or acid leak.
If you find leaking batteries, discard the batteries
immediately, taking care not to touch the leaked material. If
the leaked material comes into contact with your skin or gets
into your eyes or mouth, rinse it away immediately and
consult a doctor. Clean the battery compartment thoroughly
before installing new batteries.
Do not use old batteries together with new ones. This may
shorten the life of the new batteries or cause old batteries to
leak.
Do not use different types of batteries (such as alkaline and
manganese batteries) together. Read the packaging carefully
as these different types of batteries may have the same shape
and color.
Before inserting new batteries, wipe the battery compartment
clean.
Keep the batteries in a location out of reach of children.
Batteries can be dangerous if a child were to put in his or her
mouth.
If the batteries grow old, the effective operation range of the
remote control decreases considerably. If this happens,
replace the batteries with new one as soon as possible.
If you plan not to use the unit for a long period of time,
remove the batteries from the unit. Otherwise, the batteries
will wear out, possibly resulting in a leakage of battery liquid
that may damage the unit.
Do not throw away batteries with general house waste.
Dispose of them correctly in accordance with your local
regulations.
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Caution: Read this before operating your unit.
Information for users on collection and
disposal of old equipment and used batteries:
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These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or
accompanying documents mean that used electrical
and electronic products and batteries should not be
mixed with general household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old
products and used batteries, please take them to
applicable collection points, in accordance with your
national legislation.
By disposing of these products and batteries
correctly, you will help to save valuable resources
and prevent any potential negative effects on human
health and the environment which could otherwise
arise from inappropriate waste handling.
For more information about collection and recycling
of old products and batteries, please contact your
local municipality, your waste disposal service or the
point of sale where you purchased the items.
For business users in the European Union:
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic
equipment, please contact your dealer or supplier for
further information.
Information on Disposal in other Countries
outside the European Union:
These symbols are only valid in the European Union.
If you wish to discard these items, please contact
your local authorities or dealer and ask for the
correct method of disposal.
Note for the battery symbol (bottom two
symbol examples):
This symbol might be used in combination with a
chemical symbol. In this case it complies with the
requirement set by the EU Battery Directive for the
chemical involved.
Bluetooth
• Bluetooth is a technology for wireless communication between
devices within an area of about 10 meters (33 ft) employing the
2.4 GHz frequency band, a band which can be used without a
license.
Handling Bluetooth communications
• The 2.4 GHz band used by Bluetooth compatible devices is a
radio band shared by many types of equipment. While
Bluetooth compatible devices use a technology minimizing the
influence of other components using the same radio band, such
influence may reduce the speed or distance of communications
and in some cases interrupt communications.
• The speed of signal transfer and the distance at which
communication is possible differs according to the distance
between the communicating devices, the presence of obstacles,
radio wave conditions and the type of equipment.
• Yamaha does not guarantee all wireless connections between
this unit and devices compatible with Bluetooth function.
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Contents
What you can do with this unit ................................. 2
Sources that can be played back on this unit ................. 2
Mastering useful apps (MusicCast CONTROLLER).... 3
Supplied accessories ................................................... 4
Controls and functions ............................................... 5
PREPARATION
Connections ............................................................... 11
Connecting to network ............................................. 15
Sharing the iOS device setting..................................... 16
Using the WPS push button configuration .................. 17
Set the wireless network connection manually............ 18
Connecting a mobile device to the unit directly
(Wireless Direct) ..................................................... 19
Verify the network connection status .......................... 20
Playback .................................................................... 21
Playing a source........................................................... 21
Using the sleep timer ................................................... 23
Listening to FM/AM radio....................................... 24
Connecting an iPod...................................................... 39
Playback of iPod content ............................................. 39
Switching information on the front display ............41
Registering the current playback song/station
(Preset function) ....................................................42
Registering to a preset ................................................. 42
Recalling a preset......................................................... 42
ADVANCED OPERATION
Configuring playback settings for different
playback sources (Option menu) .........................43
Option menu items....................................................... 43
Configuring various functions (Setup menu) .........44
Setup menu items......................................................... 44
Network ....................................................................... 45
Bluetooth ..................................................................... 46
Max Volume ................................................................ 47
Initial Volume.............................................................. 47
AutoPowerStdby (Auto Power Standby).................... 47
ECO Mode ................................................................... 47
Configuring the system settings
(ADVANCED SETUP menu)...............................48
ADVANCED SETUP menu items .............................. 48
Changing the speaker impedance setting (SP IMP.) ... 48
Selecting the remote control ID (REMOTE ID).......... 48
Restoring the default settings (INIT)........................... 48
Updating the firmware (UPDATE) ............................. 49
Checking the firmware version (VERSION)............... 49
Updating the unit’s firmware via the network .......50
Playing back music via Bluetooth............................ 28
Connecting a Bluetooth device (pairing) ..................... 28
Playing back Bluetooth device contents ...................... 28
Disconnecting a Bluetooth connection ........................ 29
Playing back music stored on media servers
(PCs/NAS) ............................................................. 30
Setting the media sharing of music files...................... 30
Playback of PC music contents.................................... 31
Troubleshooting.........................................................51
Error indications on the front display.....................57
Trademarks ...............................................................58
Specifications .............................................................59
Index ...........................................................................60
“Note” indicates precautions for use of the unit and its feature limitations. y indicates supplementary explanations for better use.
This manual explains operations using the supplied remote control.
This manual describes all the “iPod” and “iPhone” as the “iPod”. “iPod” refers to “iPod” and “iPhone”, unless otherwise specified.
In this manual, iOS and Android mobile devices are collectively referred to as “mobile devices”. The specific type of mobile
device is noted in explanations as needed.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
FM/AM tuning............................................................. 24
Automatic preset tuning (FM stations only)................ 24
Manual tuning preset ................................................... 25
Recalling a preset station ............................................. 26
Clearing a preset station............................................... 26
Radio Data System tuning ........................................... 27
Playing back iPod music...........................................39
ADVANCED
OPERATION
BASIC OPERATION
Connecting a USB storage device ............................... 37
Playback of USB storage device contents ................... 37
BASIC
OPERATION
Connecting the speakers .............................................. 12
Connecting the FM and AM antennas ......................... 13
Connecting the network cable ..................................... 14
Preparing a wireless antenna ....................................... 14
Connecting power cable .............................................. 14
Playback of iPod/iTunes music contents ..................... 35
Playing back music stored on a USB storage
device ......................................................................37
PREPARATION
Front panel ..................................................................... 5
Front display .................................................................. 7
Rear panel ...................................................................... 8
Remote control............................................................... 9
Listening to Internet radio .......................................33
Playing back iPod/iTunes music via a network
(AirPlay).................................................................35
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
What you can do with this unit
This unit is a network receiver compatible with a network source such as a media server and mobile device.
It supports playback from not only analog sources such as a CD player but also Bluetooth devices and network streaming
services.
Sources that can be played back on this unit
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FM/AM
1 Internet
2 Streaming service
Modem
PURE DIRECT
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MODE
MEMORY
CLEAR
BAND
PRESET
TUNING
VOLUME
INPUT
PHONES
BASS
BALANCE
TREBLE
LOUDNESS
SELECT
PUSH - ENTER
FLAT
SPEAKERS
-30dB
A
Router*
B
RETURN
5V
CONNECT
1A
L
R
3 PC
5 AirPlay (iTunes)
This unit
Mobile
device
4 NAS
7 iPod
5 AirPlay (iPod)
6 Bluetooth
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8 USB
9 CD player etc.
device
You need a commercially available wireless router (access point) when you use a mobile device.
1 Play back the Internet radio (p. 33)
2 Play back the streaming service
(see the supplement for each service.)
3 Play back music files stored on your PC (p. 30)
4 Play back music files stored on your NAS
(p. 30)
5 Play back music files stored on your iPod/
iTunes with AirPlay (p. 35)
6 Play back audio content from Bluetooth
devices (p. 28)
7 Play back music files stored on your iPod
(p. 39)
8 Play back music files stored on your USB
device (p. 37)
9 Play back your external component (p. 11)
0 Listening to FM/AM radio (p. 24)
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For details on connecting the external devices, see “Connections” (p. 11).
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What you can do with this unit
Mastering useful apps (MusicCast CONTROLLER)
■ MusicCast CONTROLLER capabilities
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Basic operations of the unit (turn on/standby, adjust volume and select input)
Play songs stored on computers (servers)
Select an Internet radio station
Play music stored on mobile devices
Play music on streaming service
Distribute and receive audio between the unit and other Yamaha MusicCast supported devices
INTRODUCTION
You can operate and program the unit, or play streaming services via this unit, by installing the free dedicated MusicCast
CONTROLLER app on a mobile device. For details, search for “MusicCast CONTROLLER” on the App Store or
Google Play.
See MusicCast Setup Guide for details.
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Supplied accessories
Check that the following accessories are supplied with the product.
Remote control
AM antenna
SPEAKERS
A
B
PHONO
SLEEP
COAX 1 COAX 2
BLUETOOTH
OPT 1
OPT 2
CD
LINE 1
LINE 2
LINE 3
TUNER
NET
USB
BAND
TUNING
MEMORY
MusicCast Setup Guide
PRESET
ENTER
HOME
RETURN
SETUP
OPTION
VOLUME
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NOW PLAYING
MUTE
REPEAT
SHUFFLE
FM antenna
Batteries (x2)
(AA, R6, UM-3)
Controls and functions
Controls and functions
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B
INTRODUCTION
Front panel
C
PURE DIRECT
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MODE
MEMORY
CLEAR
BAND
PRESET
TUNING
VOLUME
INPUT
PHONES
BASS
BALANCE
TREBLE
LOUDNESS
SELECT
PUSH - ENTER
FLAT
SPEAKERS
-30dB
A
B
RETURN
5V
CONNECT
1A
L
1 A (power)
Turns on/off (standby) the unit.
2 STANDBY/ON indicator
Lights up as follows:
Brightly lit: Power is on
Dimly lit: Standby mode
Note
In standby mode, this unit consumes a small amount of power to
receive infrared signals from the remote control.
3 Remote control sensor
Receives infrared signals from the remote control.
4 DIMMER
Changes the brightness level of the front display. Choose
brightness from 5 levels by pressing this button
repeatedly.
5 DISPLAY
Selects the information displayed on the front display
(p. 41).
6 MODE
Sets the FM band reception mode to automatic stereo or
monaural (p. 24).
Switches the iPod operation modes (p. 40).
R
7 MEMORY
Registers the current FM/AM station as a preset when
TUNER is selected as the input source (p. 25).
Registers the current playback song or streaming station
as a preset when NET, USB (except iPod) are selected as
the input source (p. 42).
8 CLEAR
Clears a FM/AM preset station when TUNER is selected
as the input source (p. 26).
9 BAND
Switches between FM and AM (p. 24).
0 Front display
Shows information about the operational status of this
unit.
A PRESET j / i
Recalls a preset FM/AM station (p. 26) or song/streaming
station (p. 42).
B TUNING jj / ii
Selects the tuning frequency when TUNER is selected as
the input source (p. 24).
C PURE DIRECT and indicator
Allows you to listen to a source in the purest possible
sound (p. 21). The indicator above it lights up and the
front display turns off when this function is turned on.
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Controls and functions
PURE DIRECT
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MODE
MEMORY
CLEAR
BAND
PRESET
TUNING
VOLUME
INPUT
PHONES
BASS
BALANCE
TREBLE
LOUDNESS
SELECT
PUSH - ENTER
FLAT
SPEAKERS
-30dB
A
B
RETURN
5V
CONNECT
1A
L
D
E
F
G
H
I
D PHONES jack
Outputs audio to your headphones for private listening.
E SPEAKERS A/B
Turns on or off the speaker set connected to the
SPEAKERS A and/or SPEAKERS B terminals on the rear
panel each time the corresponding button is pressed.
F USB jack
For connecting a USB storage device (p. 37) or an iPod
(p. 39).
G INPUT selector
Selects the input source you want to listen to.
H BASS +/– control
Increases or decreases the low frequency response. The
center position produces a flat response (p. 22).
I TREBLE +/– control
Increases or decreases the high frequency response. The
center position produces a flat response (p. 22).
J BALANCE control
Adjusts the sound output balance of the left and right
speakers to compensate for sound imbalances caused by
speaker locations or listening room conditions (p. 22).
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J
K
L
M
N
K LOUDNESS control
Retains a full tonal range at any volume level to
compensate for the human ears’ loss of sensitivity to high
and low-frequency ranges at a low volume level (p. 22).
L SELECT/ENTER (jog dial)
Turn the dial to select a numeric value or setting, and press
the dial to confirm.
M RETURN
Returns to the previous indication of the front display.
CONNECT
Use to control the unit using the dedicated MusicCast
CONTROLLER app for mobile devices. See MusicCast
Setup Guide for details.
N VOLUME control
Increases or decreases the sound output level.
Controls and functions
Front display
3 45 6 7
8
9
SLEEP MUTE
STEREO TUNED
A
B
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VOL.
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If the network connection is not set, turn the power ON to display “WAC” (Wireless Accessory Configuration) on the front panel and
trigger an automatic iOS device search. See “Sharing the iOS device setting” (p. 16) for details on the iOS device and network
connection.
1 Information display
Displays the current status (such as input name).
You can switch the information that is displayed when you
press DISPLAY on the front panel (p. 41).
7 SLEEP
Lights up when the sleep timer is on.
8 MUTE
Blinks when audio is muted.
2 STEREO
Lights up when the unit is receiving a stereo FM radio
signal.
9 Volume indicator
Indicates the current volume.
3 TUNED
Lights up when the unit is receiving an FM/AM radio
station signal.
0 Cursor indicators
Indicate the remote control cursor keys currently
operational.
4 Signal strength indicator
Lights up when the unit connects to a wireless network or
operates as an access point. The strength of the wireless
network signal can be verified by the indicator status.
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You can change the brightness level of the front display by
pressing DIMMER on the front panel (p. 5).
5 Bluetooth indicator
Lights up when the unit is connecting to a Bluetooth
device.
6 Speaker indicators
“A” lights up when the SPEAKERS A output is enabled
and “B” lights up when the SPEAKERS B output is
enabled.
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Controls and functions
Rear panel
1
2 3
4
5 6
7
8
NETWORK
PHONO
SIGNAL
GND
ANTENNA
IN
FM
AM
1
1
OPTICAL
SPEAKERS
IN
2
75Ω
2
A
1
OUT
COAXIAL
IN
SUBWOOFER
PRE OUT
2
3
B
CD
OUT
LINE
9
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A
1 PHONO jacks
For connecting to a turntable (p. 11).
8 Power cable
For connecting to an AC wall outlet (p. 14).
2 OPTICAL 1/2 jacks
For connecting to audio components equipped with
optical digital output (p. 11).
9 LINE 1-3 jacks
For connecting to analog audio components (p. 11).
3 ANTENNA terminals
For connecting to FM and AM antennas (p. 13).
4 COAXIAL 1/2 jacks
For connecting to audio components equipped with a
coaxial digital output (p. 11).
5 SPEAKERS terminals
Used to connect speakers (p. 12).
6 NETWORK jack
For connecting to a network with a network cable (p. 14).
7 Wireless antenna
For connecting to a network device wirelessly (p. 14).
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0 CD jacks
For connecting to a CD player (p. 11).
A SUBWOOFER PRE OUT jack
For connecting to a subwoofer with built-in amplifier
(p. 11).
Controls and functions
Remote control
1 Infrared signal transmitter
Sends infrared signals.
2 SPEAKERS A/B
2
SPEAKERS
A
B
PHONO
SLEEP
COAX 1 COAX 2
3
BLUETOOTH
OPT 1
OPT 2
CD
LINE 1
LINE 2
LINE 3
TUNER
NET
USB
4
BAND
5
MEMORY
TUNING
PRESET
Turns on and off the set of speakers connected to the SPEAKERS
A and/or SPEAKERS B terminals on the rear panel of this unit
when the corresponding key is pressed.
3 Input selection keys
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Select an input source for playback.
PHONO
PHONO jacks
COAX 1/2
COAXIAL1/2 jacks
BLUETOOTH Bluetooth connection
OPT 1/2
OPTICAL 1/2 jacks
CD
CD jacks
LINE 1-3
LINE 1-3 jacks
TUNER
FM/AM tuner
NET
Network source (press repeatedly to select a
desired network source)
USB
USB jack (on the front panel)
4 Radio keys
6
Operate the FM/AM radio (p. 24).
BAND
Switches between FM and AM.
TUNING jj/ii Selects the radio frequency.
ENTER
5 Preset keys
7
8
9
HOME
RETURN
SETUP
OPTION
VOLUME
NOW PLAYING
MUTE
REPEAT
SHUFFLE
0
A
MEMORY
PRESET j/i
Registers the current FM/AM station as a
preset when TUNER is selected as the input
source (p. 25).
Registers the current playback song or
streaming station as a preset when NET, USB
(except iPod) are selected as the input source
(p. 42).
Recalls a preset FM/AM station (p. 26) or
song/streaming station (p. 42).
6 Menu operation keys
Cursor keys
(B/C/D/E)
ENTER
RETURN
Select a menu or a parameter.
Confirms a selected item.
Returns to the previous state.
7 HOME
Moves up top level when selecting music files, folders, etc.
8 SETUP
Displays the “Setup” menu (p. 44).
9 NOW PLAYING
Displays music information when selecting music files, folders,
etc.
0 VOLUME +/Adjust the volume.
A Playback keys
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Let you play back and perform other operations for network
sources, Bluetooth devices and USB devices.
Controls and functions
B A (power)
Turns on/off (standby) the unit.
C SLEEP
SPEAKERS
A
B
B
PHONO
SLEEP
COAX 1 COAX 2
C
Sets the sleep timer (p. 23).
D OPTION
Displays the “Option” menu (p. 43).
BLUETOOTH
E MUTE
OPT 1
OPT 2
CD
LINE 1
LINE 2
LINE 3
TUNER
NET
USB
BAND
Mutes the audio output.
■ Installing batteries
TUNING
MEMORY
PRESET
ENTER
Notes
HOME
RETURN
SETUP
OPTION
VOLUME
NOW PLAYING
REPEAT
MUTE
SHUFFLE
D
E
• Change all batteries if the operation range of the remote control
narrows.
• Before inserting new batteries, wipe the compartment clean.
■ Operation range
The remote controls transmit a directional infrared beam.
Be sure to aim the remote controls directly at the remote
control sensor on the front panel of this unit.
Approximately
6 m (20 ft)
30°
30°
Remote control
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PREPARATION
Connections
CAUTION
• Do not connect this unit or other components to the main power until all connections between components are complete.
• All connections must be correct: L (left) to L, R (right) to R, “+” to “+” and “–” to “–”. If the connections are faulty,
no sound will be heard from the speakers, and if the polarity of the speaker connections is incorrect, the sound will be
unnatural and lack bass. Refer to the owner’s manual for each of your components.
• Do not let bare speaker wires touch each other or any metal part of this unit. This could damage this unit and/or the speakers.
• Make sure to use RCA cables, optical cables to connect audio components.
DVD player, etc.
Turntable
Audio
output
Audio output
(digital optical)
C
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CD player, etc.
Audio output
(digital coaxial)
GND
NETWORK
PHONO
SIGNAL
GND
ANTENNA
IN
FM
AM
1
1
OPTICAL
SPEAKERS
IN
2
75Ω
2
A
1
OUT
COAXIAL
IN
SUBWOOFER
PRE OUT
2
3
B
CD
OUT
LINE
Audio
output
Audio
input
CD recorder, etc.
Audio
output
CD player
Subwoofer
Speakers A
Speakers B
Only PCM signals can be input to the digital (OPTICAL/COAXIAL) jacks of this unit.
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• The PHONO jacks are designed for connecting a turntable with an MM cartridge.
• Connect your turntable to the GND terminal to reduce noise in the signal. However, for some turntables, you may hear less noise
without the GND connection.
Note
In order to prevent the audio signal from looping when an audio recording device is connected, the audio signal is not output from the
LINE 2 (OUT) jacks when LINE 2 is selected. Similarly, the audio signal is not output from the LINE 3 (OUT) jacks when LINE 3 is
selected.
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Connections
Connecting the speakers
■ Connecting speaker cables
Speaker cables have two wires. One is for connecting the
negative (–) terminal of the unit and the speaker, and the
other is for the positive (+) terminal. If the wires are
colored to prevent confusion, connect the black wire to the
negative and the other wire to the positive terminal.
a Remove approximately 10 mm (3/8”) of insulation from the ends of
the speaker cable and twist the bare wires of the cable firmly together.
■ Bi-wire connection
Bi-wire connection separates the woofer from the
combined midrange and tweeter section. A bi-wire
compatible speaker has four binding post terminals. These
two sets of terminals allow the speaker to be split into two
independent sections. With these connections, the mid and
high frequency drivers are connected to one set of terminals
and the low frequency driver to another set of terminals.
This unit
SPEAK
b Loosen the speaker terminal.
Speaker
c Insert the bare wires of the cable into the gap on the side (upper
right or bottom left) of the terminal.
A
d Tighten the terminal.
B
10 mm
(3/8")
a
b
c
d
■ Connecting via banana plug
(Australia model only)
Tighten the knob and then insert the banana plug into the
end of the corresponding terminal.
Connect the other speaker to the other set of terminals in
the same way.
Note
When making bi-wire connections, remove the shorting bridges
or cables on the speaker. Refer to the speakers’ instruction
manuals for more information.
y
Banana plug
To use the bi-wire connections, press SPEAKERS A and
SPEAKERS B on the front panel or on the remote control so that
both speaker indicators (“A” and “B”) light up on the front
display.
PURE DIRECT
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MODE
MEMORY
CLEAR
BAND
PRESET
TUNING
VOLUME
INPUT
PHONES
BASS
BALANCE
TREBLE
LOUDNESS
SELECT
PUSH - ENTER
FLAT
SPEAKERS
-30dB
A
B
RETURN
5V
CONNECT
1A
L
R
SPEAKERS A/B
SPEAKERS A/B
SPEAKERS
A
B
PHONO
SLEEP
COAX 1 COAX 2
OPT 1
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OPT 2
BLUETOOTH
CD
Connections
Connecting the FM and AM antennas
The antennas for receiving FM and AM broadcasts are included with this unit. In general, these antennas should provide
sufficient signal strength. Connect each antenna correctly to the designated terminals.
Note
If you experience poor reception quality, install an outdoor antenna. Consult the nearest authorized Yamaha dealer or service center
about outdoor antennas.
FM antenna
(included)
Outdoor
FM antenna
or
AM antenna (included)
Outdoor AM antenna
Use 5 to 10 m of vinyl-covered wire extended
outdoors from a window.
PREPARATION
• The AM antenna should always be connected, even if an outdoor
AM antenna is connected to this unit.
• The AM antenna should be placed away from this unit.
PHONO
SIGNAL
GND
ANTENNA
IN
FM
AM
1
1
OPTICAL
IN
2
75Ω
2
1
OUT
COAXIAL
IN
SUBWOOFER
PRE OUT
2
3
CD
OUT
LINE
■ Assembling the supplied AM antenna
■ Connecting the wires of the AM antenna
2 Insert
1 Hold down
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Connections
Connecting the network cable
Connect the unit to your router with a commercially-available STP network cable (CAT-5 or higher straight cable).
Network Attached Storage
(NAS)
Internet
WAN
LAN
Modem
PC
Router
Network cable
Mobile device
(such as iPhone)
NETWORK
PHONO
SIGNAL
GND
ANTENNA
IN
FM
AM
1
1
OPTICAL
SPEAKERS
IN
2
75Ω
2
A
1
OUT
COAXIAL
IN
SUBWOOFER
PRE OUT
2
3
B
CD
OUT
LINE
This unit (rear)
Preparing a wireless antenna
If you connect the unit wirelessly, erect the wireless
antenna. For information on how to connect the unit to a
wireless network, see “Connecting to network” (p. 15).
Connecting power cable
After all the connections are complete, plug in the power
cable.
To an AC wall outlet
LESS
WIRE
WORK
Note
Do not apply excessive force on the wireless antenna. Doing so
may damage the antenna.
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Connecting to network
Connecting to network
There are several methods to connect the unit to a network. Select a connection method according to your environment.
Notes
• Some security software installed on your PC or the firewall settings of network devices (such as a router) may block the access of the
unit to the network devices or the Internet. In these cases, configure the security software or firewall settings appropriately.
• Each server must be connected to the same subnet as the unit.
• To use the service via the Internet, broadband connection is strongly recommended.
When playing a high-resolution audio source via the network, we recommend connecting with a wired router for stable playback.
PREPARATION
■ Connecting with the MusicCast CONTROLLER app
See MusicCast Setup Guide for details.
■ Connecting with the wired router
Connecting using the DHCP server function of the
router
You can connect to the network by
simply making a wired connection
(p. 14)
■ Connecting with a wireless router (access point)
Connect to the network with the method listed below that corresponds to your environment.
Connecting using the Wi-Fi setting of the iOS
device (iPhone / iPod touch)
Share the Wi-Fi setting of the iOS
device (p. 16)
Connecting using WPS push button configuration
on the wireless router (or access point)
Use the WPS push button
configuration (p. 17)
Connecting with a wireless router (access point)
without WPS push button configuration
Set the network connection
manually (p. 18)
■ Connecting without a wired router or wireless router (access point)
Connecting wirelessly to a mobile device
(Wireless Direct)
Connect wirelessly with Wireless
Direct (p. 19)
Note
When the unit is connected to the network with Wireless Direct, it cannot connect to any other wireless router (access point). To play
back contents from the Internet, connect this unit to a network with a wired router or wireless router (access point).
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Connecting to network
Sharing the iOS device setting
7
You can easily setup a wireless connection by applying the
connection settings on iOS devices (iPhone/iPod touch).
Before proceeding, confirm that your iOS device is
connected to a wireless router (access point).
If the network connection is not set, when you turn on
this unit, “WAC” (Wireless Accessory Configuration)
appears on the front display, and the iOS device setting
can be shared.
WAC
R-N602 XXXXXX
To share the iOS device setting, perform the network
setting sharing operation on your iOS device.
MEMORY
You can apply the connection settings on the iOS
device to the unit using a wireless connection. For
details, see “Sharing the iOS device setting
wirelessly”. (You need iOS device with iOS 7 or
later.)
USB
Cable
You can apply the connection settings on the iOS
device to the unit using a USB cable. For details, see
“Sharing the iOS device setting using a USB cable”.
(You need iOS device with iOS 5 or later.)
Note
When you select “Wireless (WAC)” as the connection method, all
network settings are initialized.
If you select “Wireless (WAC)” as the connection method,
perform the network setting sharing operation on your iOS
device. (The following procedure is a setup example for
iOS 8.)
ENTER
HOME
RETURN
SETUP
OPTION
RETURN
SETUP
Wireless
(WAC)
■ Sharing the iOS device setting wirelessly
PRESET
Cursor keys B / C
ENTER
1
VOLUME
NOW PLAYING
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select the
desired connection method and press
ENTER.
The following connection methods are available.
On the iOS device, select the unit as the
AirPlay speaker in the Wi-Fi screen.
MUTE
1
Press A to turn on this unit.
2
Press SETUP.
3
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Network” and press ENTER.
y
To return to the previous state, press RETURN.
4
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Connection” and press ENTER.
5
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Wireless” and press ENTER.
The name of this unit
2
Check the network currently selected and tap
“Next”.
Tap here to start setup
The network currently
selected
WIRELESS
WPS
6
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select “Share
Setting” and press ENTER.
SHARE
Wireless(WAC)
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When the sharing process finishes, the unit is
automatically connected to the selected network
(access point).
When the setting finishes, verify whether the unit is
connected to a wireless network (p. 20).
Connecting to network
■ Sharing the iOS device setting using a
USB cable
If you select “USB Cable” as the connection method,
follow the procedure below to share the iOS device setting
with the unit.
1
Connect the iOS device to the USB jack, and
disable the screen lock on the iOS device.
3
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Network” and press ENTER.
y
To return to the previous state, press RETURN.
4
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Connection” and press ENTER.
5
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Wireless” and press ENTER.
This unit (front)
DIMMER
INPUT
PHONES
DISPLAY
BASS
MODE
MEMORY
CLEAR
TREBLE
SPEAKERS
A
B
PREPARATION
5V
1A
WIRELESS
WPS
2
Press ENTER.
3
Tap “Allow” in the message appeared on the
iOS device.
When the connection process finishes, “Completed”
appears on the front display.
When the setting finishes, verify whether the unit is
connected to a wireless network (p. 20).
4
To exit from the menu, press SETUP.
Using the WPS push button
configuration
You can easily set up a wireless connection with one push
of the WPS button.
6
Press ENTER twice.
“Connecting” appears on the front display.
7
Push the WPS button on the wireless router
(access point).
When the connection process finishes, “Completed”
appears on the front display. When the setting
finishes, verify whether the unit is connected to a
wireless network (p. 20).
If “Not connected” appears, repeat from Step 1 or try
another connection method.
8
To exit from the menu, press SETUP.
About WPS
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) is a standard established by the
Wi-Fi Alliance, which allows easy establishment of a
wireless home network.
Note
This configuration does not work if the security method of your
wireless router (access point) is WEP. In this case, use other
connection method.
MEMORY
Cursor keys B / C
ENTER
PRESET
ENTER
HOME
RETURN
RETURN
SETUP
SETUP
OPTION
VOLUME
NOW PLAYING
MUTE
Press A to turn on this unit.
2
Press SETUP.
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1
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Connecting to network
Set the wireless network
connection manually
9
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Security” and press ENTER.
Before performing the following procedure, check the
security method and security key on the wireless router
(access point).
MEMORY
Cursor keys
B/C/D/E
ENTER
PRESET
HOME
RETURN
OPTION
RETURN
VOLUME
MUTE
1
Press A to turn on this unit.
2
Press SETUP.
3
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Network ” and press ENTER.
y
Note
If you select “None”, the connection may be insecure since the
communication is not encrypted.
11
4
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Connection” and press ENTER.
5
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Wireless” and press ENTER.
6
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select “Manual
Setting” and press ENTER.
MANUAL
12
Use the cursor keys to enter the security key
on the wireless router (access point), and
press RETURN to previous state.
If you select “WEP” in step 10, enter either 5 to 13
character string or 10 to 26 hexadecimal digits.
If you select “WPA2-PSK (AES)” or “Mixed Mode”
in step 10, enter either 8 to 63 character string or 64
hexadecimal digits.
Use the cursor keys (D/E) to move the edit position
and the cursor keys (B/C) to select a character.
You can insert / delete a character, by pressing
PRESET i (insert) or PRESET j (delete).
13
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Connect[ENTER]” and press ENTER to save
the setting.
If “ERROR” appears, check the SSID and security
key on the wireless router (access point) and repeat
from Step 7.
If “ERROR” not appears, a connection is success.
Verify whether the unit is connected to a wireless
network (p. 20).
14
To exit from the menu, press SETUP.
SSID
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select “SSID”
and press ENTER.
SSID
8
Use the cursor keys to enter the SSID on the
wireless router (access point), and press
RETURN to previous state.
Use the cursor keys (D/E) to move the edit position
and the cursor keys (B/C) to select a character.
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Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Security Key” and press ENTER.
KEY
To return to the previous state, press RETURN.
7
Use the cursor keys (D / E) to select desired
security method and press RETURN.
Settings
None, WEP, WPA2-PSK (AES), Mixed Mode
SETUP
NOW PLAYING
WPA2-PSK(AES)
10
ENTER
SETUP
SECURITY
Connecting to network
Connecting a mobile device to the
unit directly (Wireless Direct)
Using Wireless Direct, this unit can operate as a wireless
network access point that mobile devices can directly
connect to.
MEMORY
Settings
None, WPA2-PSK (AES)
Note
9
ENTER
RETURN
OPTION
RETURN
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Security Key” and press ENTER.
PREPARATION
HOME
SETUP
SETUP
Use the cursor keys (D / E) to select desired
security method and press RETURN.
If you select “None”, the connection may be insecure since the
communication is not encrypted.
PRESET
Cursor keys
B/C/D/E
ENTER
8
KEY
VOLUME
NOW PLAYING
MUTE
Note
10
Use the cursor keys to enter the security key
on this unit, and press RETURN to previous
state.
Enter either 8 to 63 character string or 64
hexadecimal digits.
Use the cursor keys (D / E) to move the edit position
and the cursor keys (B / C) to select a character.
You can insert / delete a character, by pressing
PRESET i (insert) or PRESET j (delete).
11
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Connect[Enter]” and press ENTER to save
the setting.
The SSID and security key information is required
for setup of a mobile device.
When you select the “SSID” in step 6, you can check
the configured SSID on this unit. The SSID of this
unit can be change by using cursor keys (B / C / D /
E).
12
Configure the Wi-Fi settings of a mobile
device.
For details on settings of your mobile device, refer to
the instruction manual of the mobile device.
When the unit is connected to the network with Wireless Direct, it
cannot connect to any other wireless router (access point). To
play back contents from the Internet, connect this unit to a
network with a wired router or wireless router (access point).
1
Press A to turn on this unit.
2
Press SETUP.
3
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Network” and press ENTER.
y
To return to the previous state, press RETURN.
4
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Connection” and press ENTER.
5
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“WirelesDirect” and press ENTER.
W DIRECT
SSID
6
Press ENTER to check the SSID on this unit,
and press RETURN to previous state.
7
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Security” and press ENTER.
(1) Enable the Wi-Fi function on the mobile device.
(2) Select the SSID of this unit from the list of
available access points.
(3) When you are prompted for a password, enter the
security key displayed in Step 10.
W DIRECT
WPA2-PSK(AES)
13
To exit from the menu, press SETUP.
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English
If “ERROR” appears, check the security key on this
unit and repeat Step 12.
If “ERROR” not appears, a connection is success.
Verify whether the unit is connected to a wireless
network (p. 20).
Connecting to network
Verify the network connection
status
Perform the following procedure to verify the unit’s
connection to a network.
MEMORY
Cursor keys B / C
ENTER
PRESET
ENTER
HOME
RETURN
RETURN
SETUP
SETUP
OPTION
VOLUME
NOW PLAYING
MUTE
1
Press SETUP.
2
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Network” and press ENTER.
y
To return to the previous state, press RETURN.
3
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Information” and press ENTER.
4
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“STATUS”.
STATUS
Connect
When “Connect” appears, the unit is connected to a
network. If “Disconnect” appears, reset connection.
5
To exit from the menu, press SETUP.
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BASIC OPERATION
Playback
Playing a source
A (power)
4
Play the source.
5
Rotate the VOLUME control on the front
panel (or press VOLUME +/– on the remote
control) to adjust the sound output level.
PURE DIRECT
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MODE
MEMORY
CLEAR
BAND
PRESET
TUNING
VOLUME
INPUT
PHONES
BASS
BALANCE
TREBLE
LOUDNESS
SELECT
PUSH - ENTER
FLAT
SPEAKERS
-30dB
A
B
RETURN
5V
CONNECT
1A
L
R
SPEAKERS A/B
6
SPEAKERS
A
A (power)
B
PHONO
SLEEP
OPT 1
OPT 2
CD
LINE 2
LINE 3
TUNER
NET
USB
BAND
Input selection
keys
TUNING
HOME
RETURN
SETUP
OPTION
VOLUME
NOW PLAYING
■ Enjoying pure high fidelity sound
(Pure Direct)
BLUETOOTH
LINE 1
When you finish using, press A (Power) on
the front panel to turn off the power.
When you press A (Power) on the remote control,
this unit set to standby mode.
When the PURE DIRECT switch is turned on, routes
input signals from your audio sources so that the input
signals bypass the BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE and
LOUDNESS controls, thus eliminating any alterations to
the audio signals and creating the purest possible sound.
The PURE DIRECT indicator lights up and the front
display turns off after a few seconds.
BASIC
OPERATION
COAX 1 COAX 2
1
You can adjust the tonal quality by using the BASS, TREBLE,
BALANCE and LOUDNESS controls or the PURE DIRECT
switch on the front panel.
VOLUME control
INPUT selector
SPEAKERS A/B
y
VOLUME
PURE DIRECT switch
MUTE
PURE DIRECT
Press A (power) to turn on this unit.
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MODE
MEMORY
CLEAR
BAND
PRESET
TUNING
VOLUME
INPUT
PHONES
BASS
BALANCE
TREBLE
LOUDNESS
SELECT
PUSH - ENTER
FLAT
SPEAKERS
-30dB
A
2
Rotate the INPUT selector on the front panel
(or press one of the input selection keys on
the remote control) to select the input source
you want to listen to.
3
Press SPEAKERS A and/or SPEAKERS B on
the front panel or on the remote control to
select speakers A and/or speakers B.
When speaker set A or speaker set B are turned on,
“A” or “B” is displayed on the front display
accordingly (p. 7).
B
RETURN
5V
CONNECT
1A
L
R
Notes
• When the PURE DIRECT switch is turned on, the front display
turns off.
• The BASS, TREBLE, BALANCE, and LOUDNESS controls do
not function while the PURE DIRECT switch is turned on.
Notes
• When one set of speakers is connected using bi-wire connections,
or when using two sets of speakers simultaneously (A and B),
make sure “A” and “B” are displayed on the front display.
• When listening with headphones, turn off the speakers.
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Playback
■ Adjusting the BASS and TREBLE
controls
■ Adjusting the LOUDNESS control
PURE DIRECT
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MODE
MEMORY
CLEAR
BAND
PRESET
TUNING
PURE DIRECT
VOLUME
INPUT
PHONES
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MODE
MEMORY
CLEAR
BAND
PRESET
BASS
BALANCE
TREBLE
LOUDNESS
SELECT
PUSH - ENTER
FLAT
SPEAKERS
TUNING
-30dB
A
B
RETURN
VOLUME
INPUT
PHONES
BASS
BALANCE
TREBLE
LOUDNESS
SELECT
CONNECT
1A
PUSH - ENTER
FLAT
SPEAKERS
5V
L
-30dB
A
B
R
RETURN
5V
CONNECT
1A
L
R
LOUDNESS
BASS
VOLUME
TREBLE
HOME
The BASS and TREBLE controls adjust high and low
frequency response.
The center position produces a flat response.
BASS control
When you feel there is not enough bass (low frequency
sound), rotate clockwise to boost. When you feel there is
too much bass, rotate counterclockwise to suppress.
Control range: –10 dB to +10 dB (20 Hz)
TREBLE control
When you feel there is not enough treble (high frequency
sound), rotate clockwise to boost. When you feel there is
too much treble, rotate counterclockwise to suppress.
Control range: –10 dB to +10 dB (20 kHz)
■ Adjusting the BALANCE control
RETURN
SETUP
OPTION
VOLUME +/–
VOLUME
NOW PLAYING
MUTE
Retain a full tonal range at any volume level, thus
compensating for the human ears’ loss of sensitivity to
high and low-frequency ranges at low volume.
CAUTION
If the PURE DIRECT switch is turned on with the
LOUDNESS control set at a certain level, the input signals
bypass the LOUDNESS control, resulting in a sudden
increase in the sound output level. To prevent your ears or
the speakers from being damaged, be sure to press the
PURE DIRECT switch after lowering the sound output
level or after checking that the LOUDNESS control is
properly set.
1
Set the LOUDNESS control to the FLAT
position.
2
Rotate the VOLUME control on the front
panel (or press VOLUME +/– on the remote
control) to set the sound output level to the
loudest listening level that you would listen
to.
3
Rotate the LOUDNESS control until the
desired volume is obtained.
PURE DIRECT
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MODE
MEMORY
CLEAR
BAND
PRESET
TUNING
VOLUME
INPUT
PHONES
BASS
BALANCE
TREBLE
LOUDNESS
SELECT
PUSH - ENTER
FLAT
SPEAKERS
-30dB
A
B
RETURN
5V
CONNECT
1A
L
R
BALANCE
The BALANCE control adjusts the sound output balance
of the left and right speakers to compensate for sound
imbalance caused by speaker locations or listening room
conditions.
y
After setting the LOUDNESS control, enjoy listening to music at
your preferred volume level. If the effect of the LOUDNESS
control setting is too strong or weak, readjust the LOUDNESS
control.
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Playback
Using the sleep timer
Use this feature to automatically set this unit to standby
mode after a certain amount of time. The sleep timer is
useful when you are going to sleep while this unit is
playing or recording a source.
SPEAKERS
A
A (power)
B
PHONO
SLEEP
SLEEP
COAX 1 COAX 2
BLUETOOTH
OPT 1
OPT 2
CD
LINE 1
LINE 2
LINE 3
Note
The sleep timer can only be set with the remote control.
1
BASIC
OPERATION
Press SLEEP repeatedly to set the amount of
time before this unit is set to standby mode.
Each time you press SLEEP, the front display
changes as shown below.
The SLEEP indicator blinks while setting the amount
of time for the sleep timer.
SLEEP
A
VOL.
Sleep 120min.
If the sleep timer is set, the SLEEP indicator on the
front display lights up.
y
• To disable the sleep timer, select “Sleep Off”.
• The sleep timer setting can also be canceled by pressing
A (power) to set this unit to standby mode.
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Listening to FM/AM radio
■ Improving FM reception (FM mode)
FM/AM tuning
If the signal from the station is weak and the sound quality
is not good, set the FM band reception mode to monaural
mode to improve reception.
SPEAKERS
A
B
PHONO
SLEEP
PURE DIRECT
DIMMER
COAX 1 COAX 2
DISPLAY
MODE
MEMORY
CLEAR
BAND
PRESET
TUNING
BLUETOOTH
VOLUME
INPUT
PHONES
BASS
BALANCE
TREBLE
LOUDNESS
SELECT
PUSH - ENTER
FLAT
SPEAKERS
-30dB
A
OPT 1
OPT 2
CD
LINE 1
LINE 2
LINE 3
TUNER
NET
USB
B
RETURN
5V
CONNECT
1A
L
MODE
TUNER
BAND
BAND
MEMORY
TUNING jj / ii
TUNING
1
PRESET
1
Press TUNER to select “TUNER” as the input
source.
2
Press BAND repeatedly to select the
reception band (FM or AM).
3
Press and hold TUNING jj / ii for more than
1 second to begin tuning.
Press ii to tune in to a higher frequency.
Press jj to tune in to a lower frequency.
The frequency of the received station is shown in the
front display.
If a broadcast is being received, “TUNED” indicator
on the front display will be lit. If a stereo broadcast is
being received, the “STEREO” indicator will also lit.
STEREO TUNED
A
Press MODE repeatedly to select “Stereo”
(automatic stereo mode) or “Mono”
(monaural mode) when this unit is tuned in to
an FM radio station.
When Mono is selected, FM broadcasts will be heard
in monaural sound.
Note
The STEREO indicator on the front panel lights up while
listening to a station in stereo mode.
Automatic preset tuning
(FM stations only)
You can use the automatic preset tuning function to
automatically register FM stations as presets. This
function enables this unit to automatically tune in to FM
stations that have a strong signal and register up to 40 of
those stations in order. You can then easily recall any
preset station by selecting its preset number.
VOL.
FM 98.50MHz
Frequency
y
• If the station signals are weak, tuning search does not stop at the
desired station.
• When the signal reception for an FM radio station is unstable,
switching to monaural may improve it.
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R
Notes
• If a station is registered to a preset number that already has a
station registered to it, the previously registered station is
overwritten.
• If the station you want to register is weak in signal strength, try
using the manual preset tuning method.
y
• FM stations registered as presets using the automatic preset
registration feature will be heard in stereo.
• (U.K. model only)
Only Radio Data System broadcasting stations are registered
automatically by the Auto Preset function.
Listening to FM/AM radio
LINE 1
LINE 2
LINE 3
TUNER
NET
USB
Manual tuning preset
TUNER
BAND
TUNING
BAND
MEMORY
PRESET j / i
PRESET
Select a radio station manually and register it to a preset
number. You can then easily recall any preset station by
selecting its preset number.
TUNER
Cursor keys B / C
ENTER
NET
BAND
ENTER
TUNING
MEMORY
PRESET j / i
PRESET
MEMORY
HOME
USB
RETURN
RETURN
SETUP
OPTION
OPTION
VOLUME
NOW PLAYING
ENTER
MUTE
Press TUNER to select “TUNER” as the input
source.
1
Follow “FM/AM tuning” (p.24) to tune into the
desired radio station.
2
Press OPTION on the remote control.
The “Option” menu is displayed (p. 43).
2
3
Press B / C to select “Auto Preset”, and then
press ENTER.
Hold down MEMORY for more than 2 seconds.
The first time that you do register a station, the selected
radio station will be registered to the preset number
“01”. Thereafter, each radio station you select will be
registered to the next empty (unused) preset number
after the most recently registered number.
OPTION
A
MEMORY
VOL.
Auto Preset
READY
STEREO TUNED
A
VOL.
01:FM 98.50MHz
A
Preset number
VOL.
01:FM 87.50MHz
Preset number
BASIC
OPERATION
1
Frequency
This unit starts scanning the FM band about 5
seconds later from the lowest frequency upwards.
To begin scanning immediately, hold down ENTER.
y
• Before scanning begins, you can specify the first preset number
to be used by pressing PRESET j / i or cursor key (B/C) on the
remote control.
• To cancel scanning, press BAND or RETURN.
y
To select a preset number for registering, press MEMORY once
after tuning into the desired radio station, press PRESET j / i to
select a preset number, and then press MEMORY again.
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STEREO TUNED
A
VOL.
02:Empty
“Empty” (not in use) or the frequency currently registered
When scanning is complete, “FINISH” is displayed and
then the display returns to original state.
English
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Listening to FM/AM radio
Recalling a preset station
3
You can recall preset stations that were registered using
automatic station preset or manual station preset.
OPTION
B
PHONO
SLEEP
COAX 1 COAX 2
4
BLUETOOTH
OPT 1
OPT 2
CD
LINE 1
LINE 2
LINE 3
TUNER
NET
USB
BAND
PRESET j / i
1
Press TUNER to select “TUNER” as the input
source.
2
Press PRESET j / i to select a preset
number.
y
• Preset numbers to which no stations are registered are skipped.
• “No Presets” is displayed if no stations are registered.
Clear radio stations registered to the preset numbers.
LINE 1
LINE 2
LINE 3
TUNER
NET
USB
TUNER
TUNING
PRESET
ENTER
HOME
RETURN
SETUP
OPTION
OPTION
VOLUME
NOW PLAYING
MUTE
1
Press TUNER to select “TUNER” as the input
source.
2
Press OPTION.
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VOL.
If the preset station is cleared, “Cleared” appears and
then the next in-use preset number is displayed.
CLEAR
A
VOL.
01:Cleard
5
Repeat step 4 until all desired preset stations
are cleared.
6
To exit from the “Option” menu, press
OPTION.
y
Clearing a preset station
MEMORY
A
Preset station to be cleared
PRESET
BAND
STEREO TUNED
01:FM 98.50MHz
TUNING
MEMORY
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select a preset
station to be cleared and press ENTER.
CLEAR
TUNER
Cursor keys B / C
ENTER
VOL.
Clear Preset
SPEAKERS
A
Use the cursor keys to select “Clear Preset”
and press ENTER.
You can clear a preset station from the front panel.
(1) Press CLEAR on the front panel.
(2) Press PRESET D/E to select the preset station that you want
to clear.
(3) Press SELECT/ENTER or CLEAR to clear the preset station.
Listening to FM/AM radio
■ Receiving traffic information
automatically
Radio Data System tuning
(U.K. model only)
Radio Data System is a data transmission system used by
FM stations in many countries. The unit can receive
various types of Radio Data System data, such as
“Program Service”, “Program Type,” “Radio Text” and
“Clock Time”, when it is tuned into a Radio Data System
broadcasting station.
When “TUNER” is selected as the input source, the unit
automatically receives traffic information. To enable this
function, follow the procedure below to set the traffic
information station.
PURE DIRECT
DISPLAY
MODE
MEMORY
CLEAR
BAND
PRESET
TUNING
LINE 2
LINE 3
NET
USB
TUNER
BAND
■ Displaying the Radio Data System
information
DIMMER
LINE 1
TUNER
TUNING
MEMORY
Cursor keys B / C
ENTER
PRESET
ENTER
VOLUME
INPUT
PHONES
BASS
BALANCE
TREBLE
LOUDNESS
SELECT
PUSH - ENTER
FLAT
SPEAKERS
-30dB
A
B
RETURN
5V
HOME
RETURN
SETUP
OPTION
RETURN
CONNECT
1A
L
R
OPTION
VOLUME
NOW PLAYING
MUTE
DISPLAY
Tune into the desired Radio Data System
broadcasting station.
y
We recommend using “Auto Preset” to tune into the Radio Data
System broadcasting stations (p. 24).
2
1
When “TUNER” is selected as the input
source, press OPTION.
2
Use the cursor keys to select
“TrafficProgram” and press ENTER.
The traffic information station search will start in
5 seconds. Press ENTER again to start the search
immediately.
Press DISPLAY.
Each time you press the key, the displayed item changes.
BASIC
OPERATION
1
y
INFO
STEREO TUNED
A
VOL.
Program Type
Item name
About 3 seconds later, the corresponding information
for the displayed item appears.
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• To search upward/downward from the current frequency, press
the cursor keys (q/w) while “READY” is displayed.
• To cancel the search, press RETURN.
• Texts in parentheses denote indicators on the front display.
The following screen appears for about 3 seconds
when the search finishes.
FINISH
STEREO TUNED
A
STEREO TUNED
A
VOL.
TP FM101.30MHz
VOL.
CLASSICS
Traffic information station (frequency)
Information
Note
Program Service
Program service name
Program Type
Current program type
Radio Text
Information on the current program
Clock Time
Current time
Frequency
Frequency
“TP Not Found” appears for about 3 seconds when no traffic
information stations are found.
English
Note
“Program Service”, “Program Type”, “Radio Text”, and “Clock
Time” are not displayed if the radio station does not provide the
Radio Data System service.
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Playing back music via Bluetooth
You can play back music files stored on a Bluetooth
device (such as mobile device) on the unit.
Please also refer to the owner’s manual of your Bluetooth
device.
This unit
3
BLUETOOTH
Bluetooth device
(such as mobile device)
Notes
• To use the Bluetooth function, set “Bluetooth” (p. 46) in the
“Setup” menu to “On”.
• A Bluetooth device may not be detected by the unit or some
feature may not be compatible, depending on the model.
y
You can transmit audio to Bluetooth speakers or headphones
using the MusicCast CONTROLLER app. To transmit audio, set
“Audio Send” (p. 46) in the “Setup” menu to “On”. The audio
output can only be selected from the MusicCast CONTROLLER
app.
Connecting a Bluetooth device
(pairing)
On the Bluetooth device, select the unit’s
model name from the available device list.
After pairing has been completed and the unit is
connected to the Bluetooth device, “Connected”
appears on the front display, and Bluetooth indicator
will be light up.
VOL.
Connected
y
• If the pass key is required, enter the number “0000”.
• Complete a pairing procedure within 5 minutes.
• If no Bluetooth devices are found, “Not found” appears.
Playing back Bluetooth device
contents
Connect a paired Bluetooth device and start playback.
Check the following beforehand:
• Pairing has been completed.
• Bluetooth function on the Bluetooth device is turned on.
SPEAKERS
When connecting a Bluetooth device to the unit for the
first time, the pairing operation is required to perform.
Pairing is an operation that registers the Bluetooth devices
with each other beforehand. Once pairing has been
completed, subsequent reconnection will be easy even
after the Bluetooth connection is disconnected.
A
B
PHONO
SLEEP
COAX 1 COAX 2
BLUETOOTH
BLUETOOTH
OPT 1
REPEAT
OPT 2
CD
SHUFFLE
Playback keys
SPEAKERS
A
A
B
PHONO
SLEEP
COAX 1 COAX 2
BLUETOOTH
BLUETOOTH
OPT 1
OPT 2
CD
1
1
2
Press BLUETOOTH to select “Bluetooth” as
the input source.
If another Bluetooth device is already connected,
disconnect the Bluetooth connection before you
perform a pairing operation.
Turn on the Bluetooth function of the
Bluetooth device.
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Press BLUETOOTH to select “Bluetooth” as
the input source.
y
If the unit detects the Bluetooth device previously connected, the
unit automatically connects to the Bluetooth device after Step 1.
To establish another Bluetooth connection, first disconnect the
current Bluetooth connection.
Playing back music via Bluetooth
2
Operate the Bluetooth device to establish a
Bluetooth connection.
Select the unit’s model name from the Bluetooth
device list on your device.
When a connection is established, Bluetooth indicator
on the front display will be light up.
y
If you cannot connect the Bluetooth device, please perform
pairing again.
3
Operate the Bluetooth device to play back
music.
y
You can use the playback keys on the remote control to control
playback.
BASIC
OPERATION
Disconnecting a Bluetooth
connection
Follow one of the procedures below to disconnect a
Bluetooth connection.
• Turn off the Bluetooth function on the Bluetooth
device.
• Hold down BLUETOOTH on the remote control for at
least 3 seconds.
• Select “Disconnect” in “Audio Receive” (p. 46) in the
“Setup” menu, and then press ENTER.
• Select an input source other than “Bluetooth” on the
unit.
English
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Playing back music stored on media servers (PCs/NAS)
You can play back music files stored on your PC or DLNA-compatible NAS on the unit.
NAS
This unit
PC
Notes
• To use this function, the unit and your PC/NAS must be connected to the same router (p. 14). You can check whether the network
parameters (such as the IP address) are properly assigned to the unit in “Information” (p.45) in the “Setup” menu.
• The unit supports playback of WAV (PCM format only), AIFF, MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, FLAC, ALAC and DSD files.
• The unit is compatible with sampling rates of up to 192 kHz for WAV, AIFF and FLAC files, 96 kHz for ALAC files, and 48 kHz for
other files.
• The unit is compatible with 2.8 MHz/5.6 MHz (1 bit) DSD files.
• Digital Rights Management (DRM) contents cannot be played back.
• To play back music files, the server software installed on the PC/NAS must support the music file formats that you want to play back.
y
You can connect up to 16 media servers to this unit.
Setting the media sharing of music
files
To play back music files in your computer with this unit,
you need to make the media sharing setting between the
unit and computer (Windows Media Player 11 or later). In
here, setting with Windows Media Player in Windows 7 is
taken as an example.
■ When using Windows Media Player 12
1
Start Windows Media Player 12 on your PC.
2
Select “Stream”, then “Turn on media
streaming.”
The control panel window of your PC appears.
(Example of English version)
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3
Click “Turn on media streaming.”
Playing back music stored on media servers (PCs/NAS)
4
Select “Allowed” from the drop-down list
next to the unit’s model name.
Playback of PC music contents
Follow the procedure below to operate the PC music
contents and start playback.
Note
“_” (underscore) will be displayed for characters not supported
by the unit.
TUNER
NET
BAND
NET
TUNING
MEMORY
Cursor keys
B/C/D/E
ENTER
USB
PRESET
ENTER
HOME
RETURN
RETURN
HOME
5
SETUP
Click “OK” to exit.
2
Select “Library” then “Media Sharing”.
3
Check the “Share my media to” box, select
the unit’s icon, then click “Allow”.
4
Click “OK” to exit.
■ When using a PC or a NAS with other
DLNA server software installed
Refer to the instruction manual for the device or software
and configure the media sharing settings.
MUTE
REPEAT
SHUFFLE
Playback keys
1
BASIC
OPERATION
Start Windows Media Player 11 on your PC.
OPTION
NOW PLAYING
NOW PLAYING
■ When using Windows Media Player 11
1
OPTION
VOLUME
Press NET repeatedly to select “Server” as
the input source.
SERVER
A
NAS A
2
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select a music
server and press ENTER.
3
Use the cursor keys to select an item and
press ENTER.
If a song is selected, playback starts and the playback
information is displayed.
SERVER
A
Song A
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• If playback of a music file selected from the unit is ongoing on
your PC, the playback information is displayed.
• You can register the current playback song as a preset (p. 42).
• If you press the DISPLAY on the front panel repeatedly, you
can switch the playback information on the front display (p. 41).
English
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Playing back music stored on media servers (PCs/NAS)
Use the following remote control keys to control
playback.
Keys
Function
Cursor keys
Select a music file or folder.
ENTER
Starts playback if pressed while
content is selected. Moves down
one level if pressed while a folder
is selected.
RETURN
Moves up one level.
Stops/resumes playback.
p/ e
Playback
keys
Stops playback.
s
b/w
f/a
Skips forward/backward.
HOME
Displays the root directory of the
music server.
NOW PLAYING
Displays information about the
song that’s playing.
y
You can also use a DLNA-compatible Digital Media Controller
(DMC) to control playback. For details, see “DMC Control”
(p.45).
■ Repeat/shuffle settings
You can configure the repeat/shuffle settings for the
playback of PC music content.
1
When the input source is “Server,” press
REPEAT or SHUFFLE on the playback key
repeatedly to select the playback method.
Playback
keys
REPEAT
SHUFFLE
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Setting
Function
Off
Turns off the repeat function.
One
Plays back the current song
repeatedly.
All
Plays back all songs in the current
album (folder) repeatedly.
Off
Turns off the shuffle function.
On
Plays back songs in the current album
(folder) in random order.
Listening to Internet radio
You can listen to Internet radio stations from all over the world.
Notes
• To use this function, the unit must be connected to the Internet
(p. 14). You can check whether the network parameters (such as
the IP address) are properly assigned to the unit in
“Information” (p.45) in the “Setup” menu.
• You may not be able to receive some Internet radio stations.
• This unit uses the airable.Radio service. airable is a service of
Tune In GmbH.
• This service may be discontinued without notice.
LINE 1
LINE 2
LINE 3
TUNER
NET
USB
BAND
NET RADIO
JazzST
Use the following remote control keys to control
playback.
Keys
Function
Cursor keys
Select the Internet radio station or
category such as the genre.
ENTER
Starts playback if pressed while
an Internet radio station is
selected. Moves down one level if
pressed while a category is
selected.
OPTION
RETURN
Moves up one level.
MUTE
Playback keys
PRESET
ENTER
HOME
A
RETURN
RETURN
HOME
SETUP
BASIC
OPERATION
Cursor keys
B/C/D/E
ENTER
Use the cursor keys to select an item and
press ENTER.
If an Internet radio station is selected, playback starts
and the playback information is displayed.
NET
TUNING
MEMORY
2
VOLUME
NOW PLAYING
NOW PLAYING
1
Press NET repeatedly to select “Net Radio”
as the input source.
The station list appears on the front display.
NET RADIO
Radios
A
s
Stops playback.
HOME
Displays the top categories if
pressed during playback.
NOW PLAYING
Displays the playback
information for the Internet radio
station.
y
• You can register the current playback station as a preset (p. 42).
• If you press the DISPLAY on the front panel repeatedly, you
can switch the playback information on the front display (p. 41).
• Some information may not be available depending on the
station.
English
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Playing back iPod/iTunes music via a network (AirPlay)
The AirPlay function allows you to play back iPod/iTunes
music on the unit via network.
2
PC
On the iPod/iTunes, click (tap) the AirPlay
icon and select the unit (network name of the
unit) as the audio output device.
iTunes
iTunes (example)
iPod (example)
This unit
Starts playback
on iTunes
or iPod
Router
Playback starts
iPod
Note
AirPlay works with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch with iOS
4.3.3 or later, Mac with OS X Mountain Lion or later, and
Mac and PC with iTunes 10.2.2 or later.
(as of August 2015)
Playback of iPod/iTunes music contents
Follow the procedure below to play back iPod/iTunes
music contents on the unit.
1
Turn on the unit, and start iTunes on the PC
or display the playback screen on the iPod.
If the iPod/iTunes recognizes the unit, the AirPlay
icon (
) appears.
3 Select a song and start playback.
The unit automatically selects “AirPlay” as the input
source and starts playback. The playback information is
displayed on the front display.
y
• If you press the DISPLAY on the front panel repeatedly, you
can switch the playback information on the front display (p. 41).
• You can turn on the unit automatically when starting playback
on iTunes or iPod by setting “Standby (Network Standby)”
(p.45) in the “Setup” menu to “On”.
• You can edit the network name (the unit’s name on the network)
displayed on iPod/iTunes in “Network Name” (p.46) in the
“Setup” menu.
• You can adjust the unit’s volume from the iPod/iTunes during
playback.
BASIC
OPERATION
To use this function, the unit and your PC or iPod must be
connected to the same router (p. 14). You can check whether the
network parameters (such as the IP address) are properly assigned
to the unit in “Information” (p.45) in the “Setup” menu.
Network name of the unit
CAUTION
When you use iPod/iTunes controls to adjust volume, the
volume may be unexpectedly loud. This could result in
damage to the unit or speakers. If the volume suddenly
increases during playback, stop playback on the iPod/
iTunes immediately.
y
For iPods using iOS 7/8, AirPlay icon is displayed in Control
Center. To access Control Center, swipe up from the bottom of
the screen.
iTunes (example)
iPod iOS6 (example)
iPod iOS7/iOS8 (example)
English
Note
If the icon does not appear, check whether the unit and PC/iPod
are connected to the router properly.
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Playing back iPod/iTunes music via a network (AirPlay)
Use the following remote control keys to control playback.
Keys
Functions
p/ e
s
Playback
keys
b/w
f/a
Stops/resumes playback.
Stops playback.
Skips forward/backward.
REPEAT
Changes the Repeat settings.
SHUFFLE
Changes the Shuffle settings.
Note
To control iTunes playback with the remote control of the unit,
you need to configure the iTunes preferences to enable iTunes
control from remote speakers in advance.
iTunes (example of English version)
Check this box
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Playing back music stored on a USB storage device
You can play back music files stored on a USB storage device on the unit. Refer to the instruction manuals for the USB
storage device for more information.
Notes
• The unit supports USB mass storage class devices (e.g., flash memories or portable audio players) using FAT16 or FAT32 format.
• The unit supports WAV (PCM format only), AIFF, MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, FLAC, ALAC and DSD files.
• The unit is compatible with sampling rate of up to 192 kHz for WAV, AIFF and FLAC files, 96 kHz for ALAC files, and 48 kHz for
other files.
• The unit is compatible with 2.8 MHz/5.6 MHz (1 bit) DSD files.
• Do not connect devices other than USB mass storage class devices (such as USB chargers or USB hubs), PCs, card readers, an
external HDD, etc.
• USB devices with encryption cannot be used.
• Digital Rights Management (DRM) contents cannot be played back.
• Some features may not be compatible, depending on the model or manufacturer of the USB storage device.
Connecting a USB storage device
Connect the USB storage device to the USB
jack.
This unit (front)
INPUT
PHONES
BASS
SPEAKERS
A
Follow the procedure below to operate the USB storage
device contents and start playback.
Note
“_” (underscore) will be displayed for characters not supported
by the unit.
BASIC
OPERATION
1
Playback of USB storage device contents
B
5V
LINE 1
LINE 2
LINE 3
TUNER
NET
USB
1A
USB
BAND
TUNING
MEMORY
Cursor keys
B/C/D/E
ENTER
USB storage device
PRESET
ENTER
HOME
RETURN
RETURN
HOME
SETUP
OPTION
VOLUME
USB
A
VOL.
NOW PLAYING
MUTE
REPEAT
SHUFFLE
NOW PLAYING
Connected
y
Playback keys
If the USB storage device contains many files, it may take time to
load the them. In this case, “Loading...” appears in the front
display.
Notes
• Disconnect the USB storage device from the USB jack when it
is not in use.
• Stop playback of the USB storage device before disconnect it
from the USB jack.
• You cannot connect the PC to the USB jack of the unit.
1
Press USB to select “USB” as the input source.
USB
A
VOL.
Bluse
English
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Playing back music stored on a USB storage device
2
■ Repeat/shuffle settings
Use the cursor keys to select an item and
press ENTER.
If a song is selected, playback starts and the playback
information is displayed.
USB
A
Track #3
You can configure the repeat/shuffle settings for playback
of USB storage device contents.
1
If the input source is “USB,” press REPEAT
or SHUFFLE on the playback keys repeatedly
to select the playback method.
Playback
keys
y
• You can register the current playback song as a preset (p. 42).
• If you press the DISPLAY on the front panel repeatedly, you
can switch the playback information on the front display (p. 41).
REPEAT
Use the following remote control keys to control playback.
Keys
Cursor keys
ENTER
Starts playback if pressed while a
music file is selected. Moves down
one level if pressed while a folder is
selected.
RETURN
Moves up one level.
p/ e
s
b/w
f/a
Stops/resumes playback.
Stops playback.
Skips forward/backward.
HOME
Displays the root directory of the
USB device.
NOW PLAYING
Displays information about the
song that’s playing.
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SHUFFLE
Function
Off
Turns off the repeat function.
One
Plays back the current song
repeatedly.
All
Plays back all songs in the current
album (folder) repeatedly.
Off
Turns off the shuffle function.
On
Plays back songs in the current album
(folder) in random order.
Function
Select a music file or folder.
Playback
keys
Setting
Playing back iPod music
You can play back iPod music on the unit using a USB cable supplied with the iPod.
Note
An iPod may not be detected by the unit or some features may not
be compatible, depending on the model or software version of the
iPod.
Playback of iPod content
Follow the procedure below to operate the iPod contents
and start playback.
Made for
Note
• iPod touch (2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th generation)
• iPod nano (2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th generation)
• iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5,
iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G
(as of August 2015)
“_” (underscore) will be displayed for characters not supported
by the unit.
LINE 1
LINE 2
LINE 3
TUNER
NET
USB
USB
BAND
Connecting an iPod
MEMORY
Cursor keys
B/C/D/E
ENTER
Connect the USB cable to the iPod.
PRESET
ENTER
HOME
RETURN
SETUP
OPTION
RETURN
HOME
2
Connect the USB cable to the USB jack.
VOLUME
DIMMER
INPUT
MUTE
DISPLAY
REPEAT
SHUFFLE
MO
BASS
Playback keys
SPEAKERS
A
B
5V
1A
1
USB
NOW PLAYING
NOW PLAYING
This unit (front)
PHONES
BASIC
OPERATION
Connect your iPod to the unit with the USB cable supplied
with the iPod.
1
TUNING
Press USB to select “USB” as the input
source.
USB
A
y
VOL.
Music
VOL.
Connected
A
2
If “Standby (Network Standby)” (p.45) in the “Setup” menu is set
to “Off”, the iPod will continue to charge up to 4 hours if the unit
goes into standby mode while the iPod is charging.
Note
Use the cursor keys to select an item and
press ENTER.
If a song is selected, playback starts and the playback
information is displayed.
USB
Disconnect the iPod from the USB jack when it is not in use.
A
VOL.
Track #1
y
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English
• If you press the DISPLAY on the front panel repeatedly, you
can switch the playback information on the front display (p. 41).
• To operate the iPod manually to select content or control
playback, switch to the simple play mode (p. 40).
Playing back iPod music
Use the following remote control keys to control playback.
Keys
Function
Cursor keys
Select a music file, album or genre.
ENTER
Starts playback if pressed while a
music file is selected. Moves down
one level if pressed while an album
or genre is selected.
RETURN
Moves up one level.
p/ e
Playback
keys
s
b/w
f/a
NOW PLAYING
Stops playback.
Press MODE on the front panel to switch to
the simple play mode.
Between the simple play mode, only the input name
is displayed on the front display. If you confirm the
playback information, see the iPod screen.
If you want to exit the simple play mode, press MODE again.
Operate your iPod itself or the remote control
to start playback.
Use the following remote control keys to control
playback on the simple play mode.
Operational remote
control keys
Function
Cursor keys
Select an item.
ENTER
Confirms the selection.
RETURN
Returns to the previous state.
p/ e
Playback
keys
s
b/w
f/a
40 En
If the input source is “USB,” press REPEAT
or SHUFFLE on the playback keys repeatedly
to select the playback method.
Playback
keys
REPEAT
SHUFFLE
Displays information about the
song that’s playing.
y
2
1
Skips forward/backward.
(while holding down) Searches
forward/backward.
■ Operating the iPod itself or remote
control (simple play)
1
You can configure the repeat/shuffle settings of your iPod.
Stops/resumes playback.
Displays the top menu of the iPod.
HOME
■ Repeat/shuffle settings
Starts playback or stops playback
temporarily.
Stops playback.
Skips forward/backward.
(while holding down) Searches
forward/backward.
Setting
Function
Off
Turns off the repeat function.
One
Plays back the current song
repeatedly.
All
Plays back all songs repeatedly.
Off
Turns off the shuffle function.
Songs
Albums
Plays back songs in random order.
Plays back albums in random order.
y
The operation or display of repeat/shuffle may differ, depending
on the type or software version of iPod used.
Switching information on the front display
When you select a network source or USB as the input source, you can switch playback information on the front display.
PURE DIRECT
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MODE
MEMORY
CLEAR
BAND
PRESET
TUNING
VOLUME
INPUT
PHONES
BASS
BALANCE
TREBLE
LOUDNESS
SELECT
PUSH - ENTER
FLAT
SPEAKERS
-30dB
A
B
RETURN
5V
CONNECT
1A
L
R
DISPLAY
1
Press DISPLAY.
Each time you press the key, the displayed item
changes.
INFO
A
BASIC
OPERATION
Track
About 3 seconds later, the corresponding information
for the displayed item appears.
SERVER
A
Track #1
Input source
Item
Bluetooth
Server
AirPlay
USB (include
iPod)
Track (song title), Artist (artist name),
Album (album name), Time
Net Radio
Track (song title), Album (album name),
Time, Station (station name)
English
41 En
Registering the current playback song/station (Preset function)
When you select network sources and USB as the input source, you can register the current playback song or streaming
station as a preset up to 40.
You can then easily recall any preset song/station by selecting its preset number.
The following input sources can be set as presets.
Server, Net Radio, USB (except iPod) and streaming services.
TUNER
NET
BAND
TUNING
MEMORY
PRESET
MEMORY
ENTER
Recalling a preset
USB
PRESET j / i
1
Playback a song or streaming station you
want to register.
2
Hold down MEMORY for more than 3
seconds.
The first time that you register a song/station, the
selected song/station will be registered to the preset
number “01”. Thereafter, each song/station you select
will be registered to the next empty (unused) preset
number after the most recently registered number.
A
01:Empty
Preset number
y
To select a preset number for registering, press PRESET j / i or
the cursor keys (D/E).
3
Press MEMORY again to register preset.
42 En
Select the input source you want to recall the
preset.
2
Press PRESET j / i to select a preset
number.
3
Press ENTER to recall preset.
ENTER
Registering to a preset
MEMORY
1
ADVANCED OPERATION
Configuring playback settings for different playback sources
(Option menu)
You can configure separate playback settings for different playback sources. This menu allows you to easily configure
settings during playback.
MEMORY
Cursor keys
B/C/D/E
ENTER
■ Volume Trim
PRESET
Corrects volume differences between input sources. If you
are bothered by volume differences when switching
between input sources, use this function to correct it.
ENTER
y
HOME
This setting is applied separately to each input source.
RETURN
RETURN
SETUP
Setting range
-10.0 dB to 0.0 dB to +10.0 dB (0.5 dB increments)
OPTION
OPTION
VOLUME
NOW PLAYING
MUTE
Default
0.0 dB
1
Press OPTION.
■ Signal Info.
OPTION
A
Displays information about audio signal.
VOL.
Volume Trim
2
Choices
Use the cursor keys to select an item and
press ENTER.
FORMAT
Audio format of the input signal
SAMPLING
The number of samples per second of the input
digital signal
y
To return to the previous state during menu operations, press
RETURN.
To switch the information on the front display, press the cursor
keys (B / C) repeatedly.
3
Use the cursor keys (D / E) to select a setting.
4
To exit from the menu, press OPTION.
■ Vol.Interlock (Volume interlock)
Enables/disables volume controls from iTunes/iPod via
AirPlay.
Settings
Option menu items
y
Off
Disables volume controls from iTunes/iPod.
Ltd
(default)
Enables volume controls from iTunes/iPod within
the limited range (-80.0 dB to -20.0 dB and mute).
Full
Enables volume controls from iTunes/iPod in the
full range (-80.0 dB to +16.5 dB and mute).
Available items vary depending on the selected input source.
Item
Function
Page
Volume Trim
Corrects volume differences between
input sources.
43
Signal Info.
Displays information about the audio
signal.
43
Auto Preset
Automatically registers FM radio
stations with strong signals as presets.
24
Clear Preset
Clear radio stations registered to preset
numbers.
26
TrafficProgram
Automatically searches for a traffic
information station.
27
43
English
Vol.Interlock
Enables/Disables volume controls from
(Volume interlock) iTunes/iPod via AirPlay.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
y
43 En
Configuring various functions (Setup menu)
You can configure the unit’s various functions.
MEMORY
Setup menu items
PRESET
Menu item
Cursor keys
B/C/D/E
ENTER
HOME
Connection
Selects the network
connection method.
45
Information
Displays the network
information on the unit.
45
IP Address
Configures the network
parameters (such as IP
address).
45
DMC
Control
Selects whether to allow a
DLNA-compatible Digital
Media Controller (DMC) to
control playback.
45
Standby
(Network
Standby)
Selects whether to enable/
disable the function that turns
on the unit from other
network devices.
45
Network
Name
Edits the network name (the
unit’s name on the network)
displayed on other network
devices.
46
Update
(Network
Update)
Updates the firmware via the
network.
46
On/Off
Enables/disables the
Bluetooth functions.
46
Standby
(Bluetooth
Standby)
Selects whether to enable/
disable the function that turns
on the unit from Bluetooth
devices (Bluetooth standby).
46
Audio
Receive
Receives audio settings from
the Bluetooth device.
46
Audio Send
Transmit audio from the unit
to Bluetooth speakers or
headphones.
46
Max Volume
Sets the maximum volume to
prevent excessive loudness.
47
Initial Volume
Sets the initial volume for
when this receiver is turned
on.
47
AutoPowerStdby
(Auto Power Standby)
Sets the amount of time for
the auto standby function.
47
ECO Mode
Enables/disables the eco
mode (power saving mode).
47
RETURN
SETUP
OPTION
VOLUME
NOW PLAYING
MUTE
Press SETUP.
SETUP
A
Network
2
Network
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select a menu.
SETUP
A
Max Volume
3
Press ENTER.
MAX VOL
A
+16.5dB
4
Use the cursor keys (D / E) to select a setting
and press ENTER.
Bluetooth
y
To return to the previous state during menu operations, press
RETURN.
5
Exit from the menu, press SETUP.
44 En
Page
RETURN
SETUP
1
Function
ENTER
Configuring various functions (Setup menu)
Manual network settings
Network
Configures the network settings.
1
Set “DHCP” to “Off”.
■ Connection
2
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select a
parameter type.
Selects the network connection method.
Select this option when you want to connect
the unit to a network with a commerciallyavailable network cable (p. 15).
Wired
Select this option when you want to connect
the unit to a network via the wireless router or
access point (p. 16, 17, 18).
Wireless
WirelessDirect
Select this option when you want to connect a
mobile device to the unit directly. For details
on settings, see “Connecting a mobile device
to the unit directly (Wireless Direct)” (p. 19).
Extend
Displays connection method of the MusicCast
Network.
IP
Specifies an IP address.
SUBNET
Specifies a subnet mask.
GATEWAY
Specifies the IP address of the default gateway.
DNS P
Specifies the IP address of the primary DNS
server.
DNS S
Specifies the IP address of the secondary DNS
server.
3
Use the cursor keys (D / E) to select the edit
position.
■ Information
NETWORK
Displays the network information on the unit.
Appears if an update for this unit’s firmware is
available (p. 50).
STATUS
The connection status of the network.
MC NET
Status of the MusicCast Network. If “Ready”
appears, you can use the MusicCast
CONTROLLER app.
MAC
Displays MAC address of the unit. MAC
address will vary depending on the connection
method (wired LAN connection or wireless
LAN / Wireless Direct connection).
SSID
(When using wireless LAN connection or
Wireless Direct ) The SSID of this unit on the
wireless network.
IP
IP address
SUBNET
Subnet mask
GATEWAY
The IP address of the default gateway
DNS P
The IP address of the primary DNS server
DNS S
The IP address of the secondary DNS server
■ IP Address
Configures the network parameters (such as IP address).
DHCP
Select whether to use a DHCP server.
Off
Does not use a DHCP server. Configure the
network parameters manually. For details, see
“Manual network settings”.
On (default)
Uses a DHCP server to automatically obtain the
unit’s network parameters (such as IP address).
Address1•••192
(Example: IP address setting)
Use the cursor keys (D / E) to switch between
segments (Address1, Address2...) of the address.
4
Use the Cursor keys (B / C) to change a
value.
5
To exit from the menu, press SETUP.
■ DMC Control
Selects whether to allow DLNA-compatible Digital Media
Controller (DMC) to control playback.
Disable
Does not allow DMCs to control playback.
Enable
(default)
Allows DMCs to control playback.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
NEW FW
Available
A
y
A Digital Media Controller (DMC) is a device that can control
other network devices through the network. When this function is
enabled, you can control playback of the unit from DMCs (such
as Windows Media Player 12) on the same network.
■ Standby (Network Standby)
Selects whether the unit can be turned on from other
network devices (network standby).
Disables the network standby function.
On
Enables the network standby function. (The unit
consumes more power than when “Off” is
selected.)
Auto
(Default)
Enables the network standby function. The unit is
set to the power saving mode when the unit is
disconnected from the network.
45 En
English
Off
Configuring various functions (Setup menu)
■ Network Name
Edits the network name (the unit’s name on the network)
displayed on other network devices.
1
Bluetooth
Configures the Bluetooth settings.
■ On/Off
Select “Network Name”.
Enables/disables the Bluetooth function (p. 28).
NETWORK
A
Network Name
2
Press ENTER twice to enter the name edit
display.
NAME
A
R-N602 XXXXXX
3
Use the cursor keys (D / E) to move the edit
position and the cursor keys (B / C) to select
a character.
NAME
A
R-N602 XXXXXX
You can insert / delete a character, by pressing
PRESET i (insert) or PRESET j (delete).
4
To confirm the new name, press ENTER.
5
To exit from the menu, press SETUP.
Off
Disables the Bluetooth function.
On (Default)
Enables the Bluetooth function. Immediately
after selecting the “On”, output of the network
source is paused.
■ Standby (Bluetooth Standby)
Selects whether to enable/disable the function that turns
on the unit from Bluetooth devices (Bluetooth standby). If
this function is set to “On”, the unit automatically turns on
when a connect operation is performed on the Bluetooth
device.
Off
Disables the Bluetooth standby function.
On (Default)
Enables the Bluetooth standby function. (The
unit consumes more power than when “Off” is
selected.)
y
This setting is not available when “Standby (Network Standby)”
(p. 45) is set to “Off”.
■ Audio Receive
Receives audio settings from the Bluetooth device.
Disconnect
■ Update (Network Update)
Updates the firmware via the network.
Perform
Update
Starts the process to update the unit’s firmware.
For details, see “Updating the unit’s firmware via
the network” (p. 50).
Version
Displays the version of the firmware installed on
the unit.
ID
Displays the system ID number.
46 En
Disconnects the connected Bluetooth device. To
disconnect the Bluetooth device, press ENTER
on the remote control.
■ Audio Send
Transmit audio from the unit to Bluetooth speakers or
headphones.
Off (Default)
Audio can not be transmitted.
On
Enables audio transmission. Specify the audio
transmission settings using the dedicated
MusicCast CONTROLLER app for mobile
devices.
Configuring various functions (Setup menu)
Max Volume
Sets the maximum volume to prevent excessive loudness.
Setting range
-30 dB to +15.0 dB / +16.5 dB (5 dB step)
Default
+16.5 dB
Initial Volume
ECO Mode
Enables/disables the eco (power saving) mode. When the
eco mode is enabled, you can reduce the unit’s power
consumption.
The new setting will take effect after the unit is restarted.
Be sure to press ENTER to restart the unit after selecting a
setting.
Off (default)
Disables the eco mode.
On
Enables the eco mode.
Sets the initial volume when the receiver is turned on.
Note
Setting range
Off, Mute, -80.0 dB to +16.5 dB (0.5 dB Step)
When “ECO Mode” is set to “On”, the front display may become
dark.
Default
Off
AutoPowerStdby
(Auto Power Standby)
Enables/disables the auto-standby function. If you do not
operate the unit for the specified time, the unit will
automatically go into standby mode.
Does not set the unit to standby mode
automatically.
On
Sets the unit to standby mode automatically.
While NET, BLUETOOTH or USB is selected as
the input source, the unit will switch to standby
mode if the selected source is not played back for
20 minutes.
For all input sources, the unit will switch to
standby mode if it is not operated for 8 hours.
ADVANCED
OPERATION
Off
y
• (U.K. model) Set to “On” by default.
• (Australia model) Set to “Off” by default.
• Just before the unit enters standby mode, “AutoPowerStdby”
appears and then countdown starts in the front display.
English
47 En
Configuring the system settings (ADVANCED SETUP menu)
Configure the system settings of the unit while viewing the front display.
Changing the speaker impedance
setting (SP IMP.)
1
Turn off the unit.
2
While holding down RETURN on the front
panel, press A (power).
SP IMP.••8¬MIN
RETURN
A (power)
Change the unit’s speaker impedance settings depending
on the impedance of the speakers connected.
PURE DIRECT
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MODE
MEMORY
CLEAR
BAND
PRESET
TUNING
Settings
VOLUME
INPUT
PHONES
BASS
BALANCE
TREBLE
LOUDNESS
SELECT
PUSH - ENTER
FLAT
SPEAKERS
-30dB
A
B
RETURN
5V
CONNECT
1A
L
DISPLAY
SELECT/ENTER
3
Rotate SELECT/ENTER to select an item.
4
Press SELECT/ENTER to select a setting.
5
Press A (power) to set the unit to turn off and
turn it on again.
The new settings take effect.
ADVANCED SETUP menu items
Item
4 ΩMIN
Select this option when you connect speakers with
an impedance of 4 ohms to less than 8 ohms to the
unit.
8 ΩMIN
(Default)
Select this option when you connect speakers with
an impedance of 8 ohms or more to the unit.
R
Function
Page
SP IMP.
Changes the speaker impedance
setting.
48
REMOTE ID
Selects the unit’s remote control ID.
48
INIT
Restores the default settings.
48
UPDATE
Updates the firmware.
49
VERSION
Checks the version of firmware
currently installed on the unit.
49
Selecting the remote control ID
(REMOTE ID)
REMOTE ID•AUTO
When using multiple receivers in the same room, setting
the remote control ID of this unit to ID1 (and setting the
another receiver to other than ID1) can prevent
interference from other remote controls.
Settings
ID1, AUTO (default)
Restoring the default settings (INIT)
INIT••••CANCEL
Restores the default settings for the unit.
Choices
48 En
ALL
Restores the default settings for the unit.
NETWORK
Initialize all of the network, Bluetooth and USB
settings. When performing the initialization, the
preset (p. 42) registered by NET/USB input will
be cleared.
CANCEL
Does not perform an initialization.
Configuring the system settings (ADVANCED SETUP menu)
Updating the firmware (UPDATE)
Checking the firmware version
(VERSION)
UPDATE•NETWORK
New firmware that provides additional features or product
improvements will be released as needed. If the unit is
connected to the Internet, you can download the firmware
via the network. For details, refer to the information
supplied with updates.
■ Firmware update procedure
Do not perform this procedure unless firmware update is
necessary. Also, make sure you read the information
supplied with updates before updating the firmware.
1
VERSION••xx.xx
Check the version of firmware currently installed on the
unit.
y
• You can also check the firmware version in “Update (Network
Update)” (p. 46) in the “Setup” menu.
• It may take a while until the firmware version is displayed.
Press SELECT/ENTER repeatedly to select
“USB” or “NETWORK” and press DISPLAY to
start firmware update.
Choices
USB
Update the firmware using a USB memory device.
NETWORK
Update the firmware via the network.
y
ADVANCED
OPERATION
If the unit detects newer firmware over the network, “NEW FW
Available” appears as the “Information” menu item in
“Network”. In this case, you can also update the unit’s firmware
by following the procedure in “Updating the unit’s firmware via
the network” (p. 50).
English
49 En
Updating the unit’s firmware via the network
New firmware that provides additional features or product improvements will be released as needed. If the unit is
connected to the Internet, you can download the firmware via the network and update it.
Notes
• Do not operate the unit or disconnect the power cable or network cable during firmware update. Firmware update takes about 20
minutes or more (depending on your Internet connection speed).
• If the unit is connected to the wireless network via a wireless network adapter, network update may not be possible depending on
the condition of the wireless connection. In this case, update the firmware using the USB memory device (p. 49).
y
You can also update the firmware using the USB memory device
from the “ADVANCED SETUP” menu (p. 49).
MEMORY
Cursor keys
B/C
ENTER
HOME
RETURN
SETUP
OPTION
RETURN
VOLUME
NOW PLAYING
MUTE
1
Press SETUP.
2
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Network” and press ENTER.
3
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Information” and press ENTER.
If new firmware is available, “NEW FW Available”
appears on the front display.
NEW FW
Available
4
Press RETURN to return the previous state.
5
Use the cursor keys (B / C) to select
“Update” and press ENTER.
UPDATE
Perform Update
6
To start the firmware update, press ENTER.
The unit to restart and the firmware update starts.
y
To cancel the operation without updating the firmware, press
SETUP.
50 En
If “UPDATE SUCCESS” appears on the front
display, press A (power) on the front panel.
The firmware update is complete.
PRESET
ENTER
SETUP
7
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Troubleshooting
Refer to the chart below if this unit does not function properly. If the problem you are experiencing is not listed below or
if the instructions below do not help, set this unit to standby mode, disconnect the power cable, and contact the nearest
authorized Yamaha dealer or service center.
■ General
Problem
See
page
Cause
Remedy
The protection circuitry has been activated
three times consecutively. If the unit is in
this condition, the standby indicator on the
unit blinks when you try to turn on the
power.
As a safety precaution, capability to turn on the power
is disabled. Contact your nearest Yamaha dealer or
service center to request repair.
The power cable is not connected or the
plug is not completely inserted.
Connect the power cable firmly.
The protection circuitry has been activated
because of a short circuit, etc.
Check that the speaker wires are not touching each
other and then turn the power of this unit back on.
12
The internal microcomputer has frozen,
due to an external electric shock (such as
lightning or excessive static electricity) or
to a drop in the power supply voltage.
Turn OFF the A (Power) on the front panel and turn it
ON again after at least 15 seconds elapse. (If the
problem persists, disconnect the power cable from the
AC wall outlet and plug it again.)
—
The power does not
turn off.
The internal microcomputer has frozen,
due to an external electric shock (such as
lightning or excessive static electricity) or
to a drop in the power supply voltage.
Turn OFF the A (Power) on the front panel and turn it
ON again after at least 15 seconds elapse. (If the
problem persists, disconnect the power cable from the
AC wall outlet and plug it again.)
—
No sound.
Incorrect input or output cable
connections.
Connect the cables properly. If the problem persists,
the cables may be defective.
11
No appropriate input source has been
selected.
Select an appropriate input source with the INPUT
selector on the front panel (or one of the input
selection key on the remote control).
21
The SPEAKERS A/B switches are not set
properly.
Turn on the corresponding SPEAKERS A or
SPEAKERS B.
21
Speaker connections are not secure.
Secure the connections.
11
Output has been muted.
Turn off the mute.
9
The Max volume or Initial volume setting
is set too low.
Check the settings for “Max Volume” and “Initial
Volume” in the “Setup” menu.
47
The component corresponding to the
selected input source is turned off or is not
playing.
Turn the component on and make sure it is playing.
The audio output of a device connected to
a digital audio input (COAXIAL/
OPTICAL jacks) is set to other than PCM.
Set the audio output of the connected device to PCM.
The protection circuitry has been activated
because of a short circuit, etc.
Set the speaker impedance to match your speakers.
48
Check that the speaker wires are not touching each
other and then turn the power of this unit back on.
12
This unit has become too hot.
Make sure the openings on the top panel are not
blocked.
—
The auto power standby function has
turned this unit off.
Change the auto power standby (“AutoPowerStdby”
in the “Setup” menu) to turn off.
47
The power does not
turn on.
—
—
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
The sound suddenly
goes off.
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English
51 En
Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Remedy
See
page
Incorrect cable connections.
Connect the cables properly. If the problem persists,
the cables may be defective.
11
Incorrect setting for the speaker balance.
Set the BALANCE control to the appropriate
position.
22
There is a lack of bass
and no ambience.
The + and – wires are connected in
reverse at the amplifier or the speakers.
Connect the speaker wires to the correct + and –
phase.
12
A “humming” sound
can be heard.
Incorrect cable connections.
Connect the audio plugs firmly. If the problem
persists, the cables may be defective.
11
No connection from the turntable to the
GND terminal.
Make the GND connection between the turntable and
this unit.
11
The volume level is
low while playing a
record.
The record is being played on a turntable
with an MC cartridge.
The turntable should be connected to this unit through
the MC head amplifier.
The sound is
degraded when
listening with the
headphones
connected to the CD
player or the tape
deck connected to
this unit.
The power of this unit is turned off, or this
unit is set to standby mode.
Turn on the power of this unit.
The sound level is
low.
The loudness control function is
operating.
Only the speaker on
one side can be
heard.
52 En
—
—
Turn down the volume, set the LOUDNESS control
to the FLAT position, and then adjust the volume
again.
22
Troubleshooting
■ Tuner
Problem
FM
FM/
AM
AM
Cause
Remedy
See
page
FM stereo
reception is
noisy.
The particular characteristics of the FM
stereo broadcasts being received may
cause this problem when the transmitter is
too far away or the antenna input is poor.
Check the antenna connections.
Try using a high-quality directional FM antenna.
13
Switch to monaural mode.
24
There is
distortion, and
clear reception
cannot be
obtained even
with a good FM
antenna.
There is multipath interference.
Adjust the antenna position to eliminate the multipath
interference.
The desired
station cannot
be tuned in
with the
automatic
tuning method.
The signal is too weak.
NO PRESETS
is displayed.
No preset stations are registered.
Register stations you want to listen to as preset
stations before operation.
24
The desired
station cannot
be tuned in
with the
automatic
tuning method.
The signal is weak or the antenna
connections are loose.
Tighten the AM antenna connections and orient it for
the best reception.
—
Automatic
station preset
does not work.
Automatic station preset is not available
for AM stations.
Use manual station preset.
There are
continuous
crackling and
hissing noises.
The noises may result from lightning,
fluorescent lamps, motors, thermostats or
other electrical equipment.
Try using an outdoor antenna and a ground wire.
This will help somewhat, but it is difficult to
eliminate all noise.
There are
buzzing and
whining noises.
A TV set is being used nearby.
Move this unit away from the TV set.
—
Try using a high-quality directional FM antenna.
13
Try using the manual tuning method.
24
Try using the manual tuning method.
24
25
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ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
English
53 En
Troubleshooting
■ Bluetooth
Problem
A Bluetooth
connection cannot be
established.
No sound is
produced, or the
sound is interrupted
during playback.
54 En
Cause
Remedy
See
page
The Bluetooth function of the unit is
disabled.
Enable the Bluetooth function in the “Setup” menu.
Another Bluetooth device is already
connected to the unit.
Terminate the current Bluetooth connection and then
establish a new connection.
The unit and the Bluetooth device are too
far apart.
Move the Bluetooth device closer to the unit.
There is a device (such as microwave
oven and wireless LAN) that outputs
signals in the 2.4 GHz frequency band
nearby.
Move the unit away from those devices.
The Bluetooth device does not support
A2DP.
Use a Bluetooth device that supports A2DP.
Since this unit has been paired with more
than 20 Bluetooth devices, pairing
information has been deleted.
Try pairing again.
This unit can be paired with a maximum total of 20
Bluetooth devices for reception and transmission.
When the 21st device is registered, the least
frequently used pairing information is deleted.
The volume of the Bluetooth device is set
too low.
Turn up the volume of the Bluetooth device.
The Bluetooth device is not set to send
audio signals to the unit.
Switch the audio output of the Bluetooth device to the
unit.
—
The Bluetooth connection has been
terminated.
Establish a Bluetooth connection between the
Bluetooth device and the unit again.
28
The unit and the Bluetooth device are too
far apart.
Move the Bluetooth device closer to the unit.
There is a device (such as microwave
oven and wireless LAN) that outputs
signals in the 2.4 GHz frequency band
nearby.
Move the unit away from those devices.
46
46
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28
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Troubleshooting
■ USB and network
Problem
Cause
Remedy
The USB device is not connected to the
USB jack securely.
Turn off the unit, reconnect your USB device, and
turn the unit on again.
The file system of the USB device is not
FAT16 or FAT32.
Use a USB device with FAT16 or FAT32 format.
Folders and files in
the USB device
cannot be viewed.
The data in the USB device is protected
by the encryption.
Use a USB device without an encryption function.
The network feature
does not function.
The network parameters (IP address) have
not been obtained properly.
Enable the DHCP server function on your router and
set “DHCP” in the “Setup” menu to “On” on the unit.
If you want to configure the network parameters
manually, check that you are using an IP address
which is not used by other network devices in your
network.
The unit does not
detect the USB
device.
See
page
—
—
—
45
The wireless router (access point) is
turned off.
Turn on the wireless router (access point).
The unit and the wireless router (access
point) are too far apart.
Place the unit and the wireless router (access point)
closer to each other
—
There is an obstacle between the unit and
the wireless router (access point).
Move the unit and the wireless router (access point)
in a location where there are no obstacles between
them.
—
Microwave ovens or other wireless
devices in your neighborhood might
disturb the wireless communication.
Turn off these devices.
Access to the network is restricted by the
firewall settings of the wireless router
(access point).
Check the firewall setting of the wireless router
(access point).
The media sharing setting is not correct.
Configure the sharing setting and select the unit as a
device to which music contents are shared.
Some security software installed on your
PC is blocking the access of the unit to
your PC.
Check the settings of security software installed on
your PC.
The unit and PC are not in the same
network.
Check the network connections and your router
settings, and then connect the unit and the PC to the
same network.
14
The files in the media
server (PCs/NAS)
cannot be viewed or
played back.
The files are not supported by the unit or
the media server.
Use the file format supported by both the unit and the
media server. For information about the file formats
supported by the unit, see “Playing back music stored
on media servers (PCs/NAS)”.
30
The Internet radio
cannot be played.
The selected Internet radio station is
currently not available.
There may be a network problem at the radio station,
or the service may have been stopped. Try the station
later or select another station.
—
The selected Internet radio station is
currently broadcasting silence.
Some Internet radio stations broadcast silence at
certain of times of the day. Try the station later or
select another station.
—
Access to the network is restricted by the
firewall settings of your network devices
(such as the router).
Check the firewall settings of your network devices.
The Internet radio can be played only when it passes
through the port designated by each radio station. The
port number varies depending on the radio station.
—
The iPod does not
recognize the unit
when using AirPlay.
The unit is connected to a multiple SSID
router.
Access to the unit might be restricted by the network
separation function on the router. Connect the iPod to
the SSID which can access the unit.
—
Firmware update via
the network is failed.
It may not be possible depending on the
condition of the network.
Update the firmware via the network again or use a
USB memory device.
49
The unit cannot
connect to the
Internet via a wireless
router (access point).
Wireless network is
not found.
The unit does not
detect the PC.
—
—
—
30
—
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
English
55 En
Troubleshooting
■ Remote control
Problem
The remote control
does not work nor
function properly.
56 En
Remedy
See
page
The remote control will function within a maximum
range of 6 m (20 ft) and no more than 30 degrees offaxis from the front panel.
10
Cause
Wrong distance or angle.
Direct sunlight or lighting (from an
inverter type of fluorescent lamp, etc.) is
striking the remote control sensor of this
unit.
Reposition this unit.
The batteries are weak.
Replace all batteries.
—
—
Error indications on the front display
Message
Cause
Remedy
Access denied
Access to the PC is denied.
Configure the sharing settings and select the unit as a device to
which music contents are shared (p. 30).
Access error
The unit cannot access the USB device.
Turn off the unit and reconnect your USB device. If the problem
persists, try another USB device.
The unit cannot access the iPod.
Turn off the iPod and turn it on again.
The connected iPod is not supported by
the unit.
Use an iPod supported by the unit (p. 39).
There is a problem with the signal path
from the network to the unit.
Make sure your router and modem are turned on.
Check SP Wires
The speaker cables short circuit.
Twist the bare wires of the cables firmly and connect to the unit
and speakers properly.
No content
There are no playable files in the selected
folder.
Select a folder that contains files supported by the unit.
Please wait
The unit is preparing for connecting to the
network.
Wait until the message disappears. If the message stays more than
3 minutes, turn off the unit and turn it on again.
Unable to play
The unit cannot play back the songs stored
on the iPod for some reason.
Check the song data. If it cannot be played on the iPod itself, the
song data or storage area may be defective.
The unit cannot play back the songs stored
on the PC for some reason.
Check if the format of files you are trying to play is supported by
the unit. For information about the formats supported by the unit,
see “Playing back music stored on media servers (PCs/NAS)” (p.
30). If the unit supports the file format, but still cannot play back
any files, the network may be overloaded with heavy traffic.
Firmware update is failed.
Update the firmware again.
Version error
Check the connection between the unit and your router (or hub)
(p. 14).
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
English
57 En
Trademarks
“Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an
electronic accessory has been designed to connect
specifically to iPod or iPhone, respectively, and has been
certified by the developer to meet Apple performance
standards.
Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or
its compliance with safety and regulatory standards.
Please note that the use of this accessory with iPod or
iPhone may affect wireless performance.
AirPlay, iPhone, iPod, iPod nano, iPod touch and iTunes
are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and
other countries.
DLNA™ and DLNA CERTIFIED™ are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Digital Living Network Alliance.
All rights reserved. Unauthorized use is strictly
prohibited.
Windows™
Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and other countries.
Internet Explorer, Windows Media Audio and Windows
Media Player are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States
and/or other countries.
Android™
Android and Google Play are trademarks of Google LLC.
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The Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Logo is a certification mark of the
Wi-Fi Alliance.
The Wi-Fi Protected Setup Identifier Mark is a mark of the
Wi-Fi Alliance.
Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Alliance, Wi-Fi CERTIFIED, Wi-Fi
Protected Setup, WPA and WPA2 are trademark or
registeredrademark of Wi-Fi Alliance.
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered
trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of
such marks by Yamaha Corporation is under license.
Bluetooth protocol stack (Blue SDK)
Copyright 1999-2014 OpenSynergy GmbH
All rights reserved. All unpublished rights reserved.
Explanations regarding GPL
This product utilizes GPL/LGPL open-source software in
some sections. You have the right to obtain, duplicate,
modify, and redistribute this open-source code only. For
information on GPL/LGPL open source software, how to
obtain it, and the GPL/LGPL license, refer to the Yamaha
Corporation website
(http://download.yamaha.com/sourcecodes/musiccast/).
MusicCast is a trademark or registered trademark of
Yamaha Corporation.
Specifications
Network
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Input jack: NETWORK x 1 (100Base-TX/10Base-T)
PC client function
Compatible with DLNA ver. 1.5
AirPlay supported
Internet radio
Streaming service
Wi-Fi function
Capable of WPS
Capable of sharing with iOS devices by wireless connection and
USB connection
Capable of direct connection with mobile device
Available security method: WEP, WPA2-PSK (AES), Mixed Mode
Radio frequency band: 2.4 GHz
Wireless network standard: IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth
• Source function
This unit to sink device (ex. Bluetooth headphone)
Supported codec.......................................................................... SBC
• Sink function
Source device to this unit (ex. smartphone/tablet)
Supported codec................................................................SBC, AAC
• Capable of play/stop operation from sink device
• Bluetooth version ......................................................... Ver. 2.1+EDR
• Supported profile ....................................................... A2DP, AVRCP
• Wireless output ...................................................... Bluetooth Class 2
• Maximum communication distance
....................................................... 10 m (33 ft) without interference
USB
• Input jack: USB x 1 (USB2.0)
• Capable of iPod, mass storage class USB memory
• Current supply capacity: 1.0 A
Audio
FM
• Tuning range
[U.S.A. and Canada models] ............................87.5 to 107.9 MHz
[Asia and General models] .........87.5/87.50 to 108.0/108.00 MHz
[U.K., Europe, Korea, Australia models] ..... 87.50 to 108.00 MHz
• 50 dB quieting sensitivity (IHF, 1 kHz, 100% MOD.)
Mono ................................................................. 3.0 µV (20.8 dBf)
• Signal to noise ratio (IHF)
Mono/stereo ................................................................65 dB/64 dB
• Harmonic distortion (1 kHz)
Mono/stereo .................................................................. 0.5%/0.6%
• Antenna input ......................................................... 75 W unbalanced
AM
• Tuning range
[U.S.A. and Canada models] ............................... 530 to 1710 kHz
[Asia and General models] .................. 530/531 to 1710/1611 kHz
[U.K, Europe, Korea, Australia models]...............531 to 1611 kHz
General
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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English
• Power supply
[U.S.A. and Canada models] ...............................AC 120 V, 60 Hz
[General model] .......................AC 110-120/220-240 V, 50/60 Hz
[Korea model] .......................................................AC 220 V, 60Hz
[Australia model] ................................................AC 240 V, 50 Hz
[U.K. and Europe models] ..................................AC 230 V, 50 Hz
[Asia model] .......................................... AC 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz
• Power consumption................................................................. 190 W
• Off mode .................................................................................. 0.1 W
• Standby power consumption (reference data).......................... 0.1 W
• Network Standby on
Wired..................................................................................... 1.7 W
Wireless (Wi-Fi/Wireless Direct/Bluetooth) ....1.8 W/1.9 W/1.6 W
• Maximum power consumption (1 kHz, 8 Ω, 10% THD)
[U.K., Australia, Asia and General models] ........................ 380 W
• Dimensions (W × H × D) .................................435 × 151 × 392 mm
(17-1/8” × 6” × 15-7/16”)
• Weight ......................................................................9.8 kg (21.6 lbs)
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
• Minimum RMS output power
(20 Hz to 20 kHz, 0.04% THD, 8 Ω) ........................80 W + 80 W
• Dynamic power per channel (IHF) (8/6/4/2 Ω)
............................................................................105/125/150/178 W
• Maximum power per channel (1 kHz, 0.7% THD, 4 Ω)
[U.K. and Europe models] ....................................................105 W
• IEC power (1 kHz, 0.04% THD, 8 Ω)
[U.K. and Europe models] ......................................................84 W
• Power band width (main L/R)
(0.06%THD 40.0 W, 8Ω)...................................... 10 Hz to 50 kHz
• Damping factor (SPEAKERS A)
1 kHz, 8 Ω.................................................................. 150 or more
• Maximum effective output power (JEITA)
(1 kHz, 10% THD, 8 Ω)
[Asia and General models] ................................................... 115 W
• Input sensitivity/input impedance
PHONO (MM)..........................................................3.5 mV/47 kΩ
CD, etc. .................................................................. 200 mV/47 kΩ
• Maximum input signal
PHONO (MM) (1 kHz, 0.003% THD).................. 60 mV or more
CD, etc. (1 kHz, 0.5% THD) .................................... 2.2 V or more
• Output level/output impedance
CD, etc. (input 1 kHz, 200 mV)
OUT .................................................................... 200 mV/1.1 kΩ
SUBWOOFER PRE OUT .....................................4.0 V / 1.2 kΩ
(Cut off frequency) ............................................................ 90 Hz
PHONES (8 Ω load) ............................................ 410 mV/470 Ω
• Frequency response
CD, etc. (20 Hz to 20 kHz) ............................................0 ± 0.5 dB
CD, etc. (10 Hz to 100 kHz, PURE DIRECT on) .........0 ± 1.0 dB
• RIAA equalization deviation
PHONO (MM) .................................................................. ± 0.5 dB
• Total harmonic distortion
PHONO (MM) to OUT
(20 Hz to 20 kHz, 3 V) .........................................0.025% or less
CD, etc. to SPEAKERS
(20 Hz to 20 kHz, 40.0 W, 8 Ω) ...........................0.015% or less
• Signal to noise ratio (IHF-A Network)
PHONO (MM) (input shorted, 5 mV)...................... 87 dB or more
CD, etc. (input shorted, 200 mV)........................... 100 dB or more
• Residual noise (IHF-A network) ............................................. 30 µV
• Channel separation
CD, etc. (5.1 kΩ input shorted, 1/10 kHz) ..........65/50 dB or more
• Tone control characteristics
BASS
Boost/cut (20 Hz) ........................................................... ± 10 dB
Turnover frequency ...........................................................350 Hz
TREBLE
Boost/cut (20 kHz) ......................................................... ± 10 dB
Turnover frequency ..........................................................3.5 kHz
• Continuous loudness control
Attenuation 1 kHz ................................................................ -30 dB
• Gain tracking error (+16.5 to -80 dB) .......................... 0.5 dB or less
• Digital input (OPTICAL/COAXIAL)
Support audio sample rate ...........32/44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz
Index
Index
A
ADVANCED SETUP menu..........................................
AirPlay...........................................................................
AM antenna connection.................................................
AM radio listening.........................................................
ANTENNA jacks...........................................................
Audio device connection ...............................................
Audio file format (PC/NAS) .........................................
Audio file format (USB)................................................
Audio Receive (Bluetooth, Setup menu).......................
Audio reception (Bluetooth)..........................................
Audio Send (Bluetooth, Setup menu)............................
Audio transmit (Bluetooth) ...........................................
Auto Power Standby......................................................
Auto preset (FM radio)..................................................
Auto Preset (Option menu)............................................
AutoPowerStdby (Setup menu).....................................
48
35
13
24
13
11
30
37
46
46
46
46
47
24
24
47
B
BALANCE control........................................................ 22
Basic playback operation............................................... 21
BASS control................................................................. 22
Batteries......................................................................... 10
Bi-wire connection ........................................................ 12
Bluetooth ....................................................................... 28
Bluetooth (Setup menu)................................................. 46
Bluetooth indicator .......................................................... 7
Bluetooth Standby ......................................................... 46
C
CD jacks .................................................................... 8, 11
Clear Preset (Option menu) ........................................... 26
Clock Time (Radio Data System).................................. 27
COAXIAL jacks........................................................ 8, 11
Connection (Bluetooth) ................................................. 28
Connection (iPod).......................................................... 39
Connection (Network, Setup menu) .............................. 45
Connection (USB) ......................................................... 37
Connection method (Network) ...................................... 45
D
DHCP (Network, Setup menu)...................................... 45
Digital Media Controller ............................................... 45
DIMMER......................................................................... 5
DISPLAY ...................................................................... 41
DLNA ............................................................................ 30
DMC Control (Network, Setup menu) .......................... 45
E
ECO Mode (Setup menu) .............................................. 47
Error indication.............................................................. 57
F
Firmware update................................................ 46, 49, 50
Firmware version..................................................... 46, 49
FM antenna connection ................................................. 13
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FM mode........................................................................ 24
FM radio listening.......................................................... 24
Front display (Controls and functions) ............................ 7
Front panel (Controls and functions) ............................... 5
H
headphone ........................................................................ 6
I
Information (Network, Setup menu)..............................
Information switching (Front display)...........................
INIT (ADVANCED SETUP menu) ..............................
Initial Volume (Setup menu) .........................................
Initial volume setting .....................................................
Initialize .........................................................................
Input selection keys .......................................................
INPUT selector ..............................................................
Internet radio..................................................................
IP Address (Network, Setup menu) ...............................
IP address setting ...........................................................
iPod contents playback (AirPlay) ..................................
iPod contents playback (USB).......................................
iTunes contents playback (AirPlay)...............................
45
41
48
47
47
48
21
21
33
45
45
35
39
35
L
LINE jacks ................................................................. 8, 11
LOUDNESS control ...................................................... 22
M
MANUAL (Wireless, Setup menu) ............................... 18
Manual network setting ................................................. 18
Max Volume (Setup menu)............................................ 47
Max volume setting ....................................................... 47
Media sharing setup ....................................................... 30
MEMORY ......................................................... 25, 26, 42
Monaural (FM radio) ..................................................... 24
Mono (FM radio) ........................................................... 24
MusicCast CONTROLLER............................................. 3
N
NAS (Network attached Storage) connection................ 14
NAS contents playback.................................................. 30
Net Radio ....................................................................... 33
Network (Setup menu)................................................... 45
Network cable ................................................................ 14
Network connection................................................. 15, 20
Network connection (Setup menu) ................................ 45
Network connection (Wired) ......................................... 14
Network connection (Wireless LAN) .......... 16, 17, 18, 19
Network connection status............................................. 20
Network information...................................................... 45
Network Name (Network, Setup menu) ........................ 46
Network Standby ........................................................... 45
NEW FW Available....................................................... 50
Index
O
OPTICAL jacks ......................................................... 8, 11
OPTION......................................................................... 43
Option menu .................................................................. 43
P
Pairing (Bluetooth) ........................................................ 28
PC connection ................................................................ 14
PC contents playback..................................................... 30
Perform Update.............................................................. 46
PHONES jack .................................................................. 6
PHONO jacks ............................................................ 8, 11
Playback (AirPlay)......................................................... 35
Playback (Bluetooth) ..................................................... 28
Playback (FM/AM radio) .............................................. 24
Playback (Internet radio) ............................................... 33
Playback (iPod).............................................................. 39
Playback (PC/NAS) ....................................................... 30
Playback (USB) ............................................................. 37
Power cable connection ................................................. 14
Power saving mode........................................................ 47
Preset.............................................................................. 42
Preset (FM/AM radio) ............................................. 25, 26
Preset (Network) ............................................................ 42
Preset function ............................................................... 42
Program Service (Radio Data System) .......................... 27
Program Type (Radio Data System).............................. 27
R
S
19
18
19
18
30
14
44
44
16
40
32
38
40
32
38
Tone control ................................................................... 22
TREBLE control ............................................................ 22
U
UPDATE (ADVANCED SETUP menu)....................... 49
Update (Network, Setup menu) ..................................... 46
USB................................................................................ 37
USB (iPod)..................................................................... 39
USB contents playback .................................................. 37
V
VERSION (ADVANCED SETUP menu) ..................... 49
Version (Network, Setup menu) .................................... 46
Vol.Interlock (Option menu).......................................... 43
Volume control .............................................................. 21
Volume Interlock (Option menu)................................... 43
Volume Trim (Option menu) ......................................... 43
W
WAC .............................................................................. 16
Wi-Fi indicator................................................................. 7
Wired (Network, Setup menu) ....................................... 45
Wired connection (Network) ......................................... 14
Wireless (Network, Setup menu) ................................... 45
Wireless (WAC) (Wireless, Setup menu) ...................... 16
Wireless Accessory Configuration................................. 16
Wireless antenna .............................................................. 8
Wireless antenna (Wi-Fi) ............................................... 14
Wireless connection (Bluetooth).................................... 28
Wireless connection (Network) ................... 16, 17, 18, 19
Wireless Direct............................................................... 19
WirelessDirect (Network, Setup menu) ......................... 45
WPS (Wireless, Setup menu)......................................... 17
WPS push button configuration ..................................... 17
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English
Security (Wireless Direct, Setup menu) ........................
Security (Wireless, Setup menu) ...................................
Security Key (Wireless Direct, Setup menu).................
Security Key (Wireless, Setup menu)............................
Server.............................................................................
Server connection ..........................................................
SETUP ...........................................................................
Setup menu ....................................................................
Sharing Wi-Fi connection setting (iOS device).............
SHUFFLE (iPod) ...........................................................
SHUFFLE (PC/NAS) ....................................................
SHUFFLE (USB)...........................................................
Shuffle playback (iPod) .................................................
Shuffle playback (PC/NAS) ..........................................
Shuffle playback (USB).................................................
T
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Radio Data System (FM radio)...................................... 27
Radio Data System information..................................... 27
Radio Text (Radio Data System) ................................... 27
Rear panel (Controls and functions) ................................ 8
Remote control (Controls and functions) ........................ 9
Remote control ID ......................................................... 48
REMOTE ID (ADVANCED SETUP menu) ................ 48
REPEAT (iPod) ............................................................. 40
REPEAT (PC/NAS)....................................................... 32
REPEAT (USB)............................................................. 38
Repeat playback (iPod).................................................. 40
Repeat playback (PC/NAS) ........................................... 32
Repeat playback (USB) ................................................. 38
Signal Info. (Option menu) ............................................ 43
Signal strength indicator .................................................. 7
SLEEP indicator............................................................. 23
Sleep timer ..................................................................... 23
SP IMP. (ADVANCED SETUP menu) ......................... 48
Speaker balance.............................................................. 22
Speaker cable connection............................................... 12
Speaker connection ........................................................ 12
Speaker impedance ........................................................ 48
Speaker indicators ............................................................ 7
Speaker selection............................................................ 21
SPEAKERS A/B ............................................................ 21
SSID (Wireless Direct, Setup menu) ............................. 19
SSID (Wireless, Setup menu) ........................................ 18
Standby (Bluetooth, Setup menu) .................................. 46
Standby (Network, Setup menu) .................................... 45
STATUS (Information, Setup menu)............................. 20
Stereo (FM radio)........................................................... 24
SUBWOOFER PRE OUT jacks ................................ 8, 11
System ID....................................................................... 46
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© 2015 Yamaha Corporation
Published 07/2019 IP-D0
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