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Integra DHC-80.6 Preamplifier Owner Manual
DHC-80.6
Basic Manual
Advanced Manual found here
http://integraworldwide.com/manual/dhc806/adv/en.html
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Before Start
About the Basic Manual
Features
This unit works as an AV controller when connected with a
separately sold multichannel power amplifier.
The Basic Manual leads you through the initial procedure
to enjoy various sources with the AV controller, describing
how to make settings and connections, and how to use
popular functions. Besides, there is another part of the
manual called Advanced Manual to inform you with more
detailed information, which we have decided to publish on
the web from the ecological point of view.
r Supports playback in Dolby Atmos format which provides
360-degree placement and movement of sounds
including overhead sound
r Dolby Surround listening mode expands 2 ch, 5.1 ch or
7.1 ch source to available speaker configurations
r THX Ultra2 Plus certified
r Incorporates Qdeo™ technology for HDMI video
upscaling
r All HDMI jacks support displays of 4K resolution at 60 Hz
r Supports the HDMI Through function which allows
transmission from playback devices to the TV in standby
state
r Supports HDCP2.2, a strict copy-protection for providing
high quality content (HDMI IN3/OUT MAIN only)
r Supports ARC (Audio Return Channel)
r Supports USB storage playback
r Supports variety of network functions such as Internet
Radio, DLNA, etc.
r Supports MHL-enabled mobile device
r Bi-Amping capability
r A/V Sync function to correct deviation of audio and video
r Multi-zone function which allows you to play a different
source in another room from the main room (Video can
also be played in Zone 2)
r 32 bit DSP (Digital Signal Processor) with excellent
calculation performance
r Music Optimizer™ for Compressed Digital Music files
r Phase Matching Bass System
r Automatic speaker setup available using supplied
calibrated microphone (AccuEQ Room Calibration)
r Supports playback of MP3, FLAC, WAV, Ogg Vorbis,
Apple Lossless, DSD via network and USB storage
device (the supported formats will differ depending on
the use environment)
r ISF (Imaging Science Foundation) Video Calibration
r XLR balanced jack (11.2 channel output, stereo input)
minimizing noises in long distance transmission
Advanced Manual
Advanced Manual is always updated with the latest
information and its user friendly interface, which does not
matter whether you access from PC or Smartphone, helps
you to understand more deeply about this unit. Advanced
Manual is consisted of the following chapters.
r Details on AM/FM Playback
r Playing Music Files on a USB Storage Device
r Listening to Internet Radio
r Playing Music with DLNA
r Playing Music Files in a Shared Folder
r Operating Music Files with the Remote Controller
r Listening Mode
r Advanced Settings
r Operating Other Components with the Remote Controller
r Advanced Connection
r Connecting and Operating Onkyo RI Components
r Control Function between the Unit and External
Component
r Firmware Update
r Troubleshooting
r Reference Information
Advanced Manual found here
http://integraworldwide.com/manual/dhc806/adv/en.html
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Supplied Accessories
Indoor FM antenna --- (1)
AM loop antenna --- (1)
Remote controller (RC-883M) --- (1)
Batteries (AA/R6) --- (2)
Power cord --- (1)
Speaker setup microphone --- (1)
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The number in parenthesis indicates the quantity. On packaging, the letter
at the end of the product name indicates the color.
How to use the remote controller
Remote control sensor
The unit
Batteries (AA/R6)
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If you do not use the remote controller for a long time, remove the
batteries to prevent leakage.
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Note that keeping consumed batteries inside may cause corrosion
resulting in damage of the remote controller.
Step 1: Connections
TV
Personal computer
HDMI
IN
HDMI
OUT
To use the ARC function, connect to the ARC
compatible HDMI jack of the TV and make an
appropriate setting on the unit. See "2nd Step :
Source Connection" of "Step 2: Setting Up".
HDMI cable
HDMI
OUT
HDMI
OUT
HDMI
OUT
Game console
1
HDMI
OUT
Set-top box/Digital
video recorder, etc.
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player
Satellite/Cable
set-top box, etc.
For how to make settings, see the Advanced Manual.
Connecting the TV and players
Important: The power cord must be connected only after all
other connections are completed.
HDMI Cable Connection
The unit has many HDMI jacks on its rear panel and each
of them corresponds to an input selector button of the same
name on the front panel. For example, a Blu-ray Disc player
will be connected to the IN 1 jack and the BD/DVD button
on the front panel will be used to listen to the playback
sound (if the player is CEC compliant, input will be switched
automatically). If you add another Blu-ray Disc player, you
can use any other jack than IN 1. It is possible to change
assignment of the input jacks and input selector buttons.
To connect the TV and the unit, connect the HDMI OUT MAIN
jack of the unit and the HDMI IN jack of the TV using an HDMI
cable. With this connection, it becomes possible to display the
setting screen of the unit on the TV or transmit video/audio
signals from the player to the TV. On an ARC (Audio Return
Channel) compatible TV, simply making this connection
enables transmission of TV sound to a power amplifier
connected with this unit. If your TV does not support ARC, you
need, in addition to the HDMI OUT MAIN jack connection, a
digital optical cable connection between the digital audio out
optical jack of the TV and the DIGITAL IN OPTICAL jack of the
unit or an analog audio (RCA) cable connection between the
audio output jack of the TV and the TV/CD analog audio input
jack of the unit.
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Audio connection with a TV not supporting ARC
¼ Select an appropriate
connection for your TV.
TV
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
Another TV can be connected to the HDMI OUT SUB jack.
In this case, press Monitor Out on the main unit several
times to display "SUB" or "MAIN+SUB" and select the
output method. You can also enjoy using Zone function with
the HDMI OUT ZONE 2 jack. For details, see the section 5
"Using the multi-zone function" of "Step 3: Playing Back".
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Step 1: Connections
The unit supports the HDMI Through function that allows
transmission from players to the TV even if the unit is in
standby. You have to modify the settings to enable the input
selection link with CEC compliant device, connection with
ARC compatible TV, and HDMI Through function. See "2nd
Step : Source Connection" of "Step 2: Setting Up".
r To enjoy HDCP2.2 protected video, connect the player to
the IN3 jack and the TV to the HDMI OUT MAIN jack of
the unit. Your player and TV need to support HDCP2.2.
r To play 4K or 1080p video, use the high speed HDMI cable.
r It is possible to send video and audio of an MHL-enabled
mobile device by connecting the MHL-enabled mobile device
to the AUX Input HDMI/MHL jacks on the front panel.
Connecting Components without HDMI
If your AV component does not have HDMI jack, use an
available jack of your component for cable connection with
this unit. Just as the HDMI jacks, other jacks on this unit have
a preassigned input selector button on the front panel. See
the name of the input selector button shown with the jack
when connecting the device.
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5
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„ Audio signal connection
1 Digital connection: Use a digital optical cable
(OPTICAL) or digital coaxial cable (COAXIAL) for
connection with a player.
Digital optical cable (OPTICAL)
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As the digital in optical jack of the unit has a
cover, push in the cable against the cover as it is
turned inside.
Digital coaxial cable (COAXIAL)
2 Analog connection: Use an analog audio (RCA) cable
for connection with a player.
To enjoy multi-zone playback of audio of a CD player
or such other player without HDMI output jack, you
need to use the analog audio (RCA) cable to connect
the corresponding jacks of the player and this unit.
For details on the multi-zone function, see the section
5 "Using the multi-zone function" of "Step 3: Playing
Back".
5 Use a component video cable to connect a TV
with component video input jacks and a player with
component video output jacks.
Component video cable
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Its transmitted video has higher quality than that
of composite video cable.
6 Use a composite video cable to connect a TV with
composite video input jack or a player with composite
video output jack.
Composite video cable
7 Use an analog RGB cable to connect the unit with a PC.
Analog RGB cable
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Video signals from the PC connected with the PC IN port will be
output only to a TV connected with the HDMI OUT MAIN/SUB/
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Analog audio (RCA) cable
3 Balanced Connection: Use an XLR balanced cable to
transmit analog audio. An XLR balanced cable, which
is less affected by noise when extended over a long
distance, is suitable for long-distance transmission.
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Refer to the position indication for connection beside the BALANCE
jack.
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You have to make an appropriate setting to play audio of the device
connected to this jack. For more information, see the Advanced
Manual.
Video signals input to the composite video input jack,
the COMPONENT VIDEO input jack, or the PC IN
port will be upconverted to HDMI signals and then
output from the HDMI output jack. Note that it is
not possible to convert digital audio input signals to
analog or vice versa.
XLR balanced cable
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PUSH
4 Connection with turntable: If it uses an MM type
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3
2
cartridge and does not have a built-in audio equalizer,
connect it to the 4 PHONO jack. If the connected
turntable has a built-in audio equalizer, connect it to the
2 TV/CD jack.
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If it uses an MC type cartridge, install an audio equalizer compatible
with MC type cartridge between the unit and the turntable by
connecting it to the 2 TV/CD jack. For details, refer to the turntable's
instruction manual.
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If the turntable has a ground wire, connect it to the GND terminal of
this unit. If connecting the ground wire increases noise, disconnect it.
„ Video signal connection
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The unit has a video upconversion function. For details, see
the section on the next section.
AV Controller
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If multiple video signal inputs are put into one input
system, the output will be made in the order of HDMI,
component video, and composite video.
Step 1: Connections
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r Although Height 1 speakers can
enhance surround effects, we
recommend you to add Height 2
speakers in order to ensure full effects.
r Install Height speakers such as Front
High and Rear High speakers on the
upper part of the front or rear wall. There
are other types of Height speakers.
Connecting speakers
Speaker Layout
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Wide speakers: Placing IJ speakers
makes the front sound field even wider. It
also give smoother transitions between
front and back surround sounds.
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Using Dolby Enabled Speakers
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Height Speakers Arrangements
(Dolby Atmos)
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To enjoy the Dolby Atmos listening mode,
Height 1 speakers, surround back speakers
or Wide speakers need to be installed.
" # Front speakers
Center speaker
$
% & Surround speakers
Subwoofer
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7 8 Surround back speakers
9 F Height 1 speakers (Front High)
G H Height 2 speakers (Rear High)
I J Wide speakers
r GH and IJ share the same speaker
terminals. Select either of the groups.
r To use the multi-zone function, see the
section 5 "Using the multi-zone function"
of "Step 3: Playing Back".
5.1 ch: Connect the speakers
" # $ % & ' to the unit. " # output front
stereo sound. $ outputs center sounds such
as dialogs and vocals. % & create back
sound field. ' reproduces bass sounds
and creates rich sound field. Up to two
subwoofers can be connected to the unit.
There are several types of Height speakers
other than those mentioned in the previous
section. See the next section "Combination
patterns for Height speakers 1 and 2" and
select the combination pattern from those
specified for Height speakers 1 and Height
speakers 2.
r This unit performs optimal sound field
processing for the type of Height speakers
1 and 2 which is registered in initial
settings (with setup wizard) according to
an actual speaker layout. Note that the
optimal effect cannot be achieved if you
place Height speakers in a combination
pattern other than those specified.
r Dolby recommends to place the speakers as
described on “Installing speakers in ceiling”
to obtain the best Dolby Atmos effect.
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A Dolby Enabled Speaker is specially
designed to be used as a Height speaker.
There are two types of Dolby Enabled
Speakers, the one is to be placed on the
top board of other speakers such as front
speakers and surround speakers, and the
other is integrated type with the normal
speakers. Dolby Enabled Speakers designed
with their output facing toward the ceiling to
create an elevated audio effect in the Dolby
Atmos and Dolby Surround listening modes
by providing sounds echoing off the ceiling.
Installing speakers in ceiling
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Surround back speakers: Placing
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configuration that improves sense of
envelopment created by back sound field.
It also improves seamlessness of back
sounds and provides more natural sound
experiences in the sound field.
Height speakers 1 and 2: Placing 9F or
GH speakers produces surround effects
on a height plane.
r To enjoy the Dolby Atmos listening
mode, Height 1 speakers or surround
back speakers need to be installed.
Dolby Enabled Speaker (Front)
Dolby Enabled Speaker (Surround)
Dolby Enabled Speaker (Back)
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Top Front
Top Middle
Top Rear
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Step 1: Connections
Ceiling speakers, etc. are used for maximizing effects in
Dolby Atmos or Dolby Surround listening mode. Install
Top Front speakers midway between the position just
above the listening position and the position just above
the front speakers. Install Top Middle speakers just above
the listening position. Install Top Rear speakers midway
between the position just above the listening position and
the position just above the surround back speakers.
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PUSH
Combination patterns for Height speakers 1 and 2
RCA cable
Dolby recommends the following combination pattern
to obtain the best effect of Dolby Atmos and Dolby
Surround listening modes.
r Pair 1: Top Middle
r Pair 2: Top Front / Top Rear
The following are the patterns of Height speakers 2 that
can be selected according to the type of Height speakers 1.
Height speakers1: Front High
Height speakers 2: Not Use/Top Middle/Rear High/Dolby
Enabled Speaker (Surround)/Dolby Enabled Speaker (Back)
Height speakers1: Top Front
Height speakers 2: Not Use/Top Rear
Height speakers1: Top Middle
Height speakers 2 cannot be used.
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Height2 R/
J
Wide R
F
Height1 R
8
Surround
back R
&
Surround R
#
Front R
$
Center
"
Front L
%
Surround L
7
Surround
back L
9
Height1 L
G
Height2 L/
I
Wide L
Height speakers1: Dolby Enabled Speaker (Front)
Height speakers 2: Not Use/Dolby Enabled Speaker
(Surround)/Dolby Enabled Speaker (Back)
Height speakers1: Dolby Enabled Speaker (Surround)
Height speakers 2 cannot be used.
Height speakers1: Dolby Enabled Speaker (Back)
Height speakers 2 cannot be used.
r When front speakers are bi-amp connected, you can select
a pattern for Height speakers 2 from the following options.
Not Use/Front High/Top Front/Top Middle/Dolby Enabled
Speaker (Front)/Dolby Enabled Speaker (Surround)/
Dolby Enabled Speaker (Back)
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Notes for Speaker Connection
This unit works as an AV controller when connected with
a separately sold multichannel power amplifier. Connect
a power amplifier to the PRE OUT RCA jack or PRE OUT
XLR jack of the unit and then connect the power amplifier
with speakers. For how to connect the power amplifier
with speakers, refer to the instruction manual of the
multichannel power amplifier
r Set the crossover frequency, speaker distance and other
settings on this unit.
„ Connecting the multichannel power amplifier
to the PRE OUT RCA jack
Connect the multichannel power amplifier to the PRE OUT
RCA jack. Connect the unit and power amplifier with an
RCA cable.
Step 1: Connections
Connecting a Subwoofer with Built-in Power Amplifier
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The maximum four units of two systems of subwoofer
with built-in power amplifier can be connected to this unit.
Use the SW1/2 PRE OUT RCA jack or SUBWOOFER 1/2
PRE OUT XLR jack according to the input jack of your
subwoofer. You can also set the level and distance of the
connected subwoofer.
r If your subwoofer does not have built-in power amplifier,
you can connect a power amplifier between the unit and
the subwoofer.
PUSH
„ Connection to the PRE OUT RCA jack
XLR balanced cable
Connect the RCA input jack of your subwoofer and the
SW1/2 PRE OUT RCA jack of the unit with an RCA cable.
Subwoofer with built-in
power amplifier
r If you use one subwoofer system only, connect it to the
SW1 PRE OUT RCA jack.
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Height2 R/
J
Wide R
F
Height1 R
8
Surround
back R
&
Surround R
#
Front R
$
Center
"
Front L
%
Surround L
7
Surround
back L
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Height1 L
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Height2 L/
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Wide L
„ Connection to the PRE OUT XLR jack
Connect the XLR balanced input jack of your subwoofer
and the SUBWOOFER 1/2 PRE OUT XLR jack of the unit
with an XLR balanced cable.
„ Connecting the multichannel power amplifier
to the PRE OUT XLR jack
Connect the multichannel power amplifier to the PRE OUT
XLR jack. Connect the unit and power amplifier with an
XLR balanced cable.
r Refer to the position indication for connection on the right
of the PRE OUT XLR jack.
Subwoofer
with builtin power
amplifier
r If you use one subwoofer system only, connect it to the
SUBWOOFER 1 PRE OUT XLR jack.
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Step 1: Connections
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Network Connection
Other connections
You can enjoy Internet radio and DLNA by connecting the
unit to LAN. The unit can be connected to the router with an
Ethernet cable. Connect the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet
port.
AM/FM Antenna Connections
Connect the antennas to listen to AM/FM broadcast. When
listening to the broadcast for the first time, adjust the
antenna position and orientation to get the best reception.
Internet radio
AM loop
antenna
(supplied)
Router
Indoor FM antenna
(supplied)
Fix with a tack on
the wall.
(North American model)
(Australian and
Asian models)
Assemble the AM loop antenna (supplied).
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PC
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Headphones Connection
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from the speakers will be off while you are using the
headphones.
r If you selected any other listening mode than Stereo,
Mono and Direct, connecting headphones will switch the
listening mode to Stereo.
Step 2: Setting Up
Important: When the unit is turned on for the first time, the
setup wizard of the section 2 will automatically be launched.
If you use the setup wizard to make the initial setup,
connect a TV to the HDMI OUT MAIN or SUB jack of the
unit via HDMI connection.
1
Turning the power on
Connect the power cord to the outlet. Press zOn/Standby
on the main unit or zReceiver on the remote controller to
turn the unit on or to standby mode.
2
Making the Initial Setup with the Setup Wizard
Read before starting the procedure: Set up by
answering the guidance displayed on the TV screen.
Select the item with the cursor buttons of the remote
controller and press Enter to confirm your selection.
To return to the previous screen, press Return.
r If you terminate the procedure on the way or
change the setting made in the initial setup and
want to call up the setup wizard again, press
Receiver and then Home on the remote controller,
select "Setup" - "7. Hardware Setup" - "Initial
Setup", and press Enter.
Select the language first. In the next screen, the summary
of the setup wizard as below will be displayed. Select "Yes"
in this screen and press Enter on the remote controller.
Initial Setup
Language Select
English
Deutsch
Français
Español
Italiano
Nederlands
Svenska
Initial Setup
r You cannot return to the previous screen during speaker
setup, even if you press Return.
r You cannot setup the wide speaker setting in the setup
wizard. For details on setting up the wide speakers, see
the Advanced Manual.
Initial Setup
AccuEQ Room Calibration
This step you can automatically calibrate
your room to get correct surround sound.
Would you like to cailbrate your room now
or later?
Do it Now
Do it Later
HOME
Exit
1. Place the speaker setup microphone.
When the start screen above is displayed, before
starting the procedure, place the supplied speaker setup
microphone at the measurement position  by referring
to the figure below.
HOME Exit
Welcome to initial setup. Have you connected all the speakers and devices?
Before starting, please connect speakers and sources.
TV
Now, would you like to start initial setup?
1st Step : AccuEQ Room Calibration
2nd Step : Source Connection
3rd Step : Remote Mode Setup
4th Step : Network Connection
Yes
No
HOME
¼
This unit includes a removable power cord. Connect the power cord to
AC INLET of the unit and then connect to the outlet. Always disconnect
the outlet side first when disconnecting the power cord. When the unit is
turned on, a large instantaneous current may flow affecting functionality
of the computer and other devices. It is recommended to use a separate
outlet from that for the computer or such other sensitive devices.
Firmware update notification: If the unit is connected via
LAN and there is firmware update available, the "Firmware
Update Available" message will appear. To execute
updating, select "Update Now" with the cursor buttons of
the remote controller and press Enter. When "Completed!"
appears, press zOn/Standby on the main unit to turn the
unit into standby mode. Then updating will be completed.
r The unit automatically turns itself into standby mode 3
minutes after "Completed!" appears on the display. In this
case also, updating will be completed.
Exit
The setup wizard proceeds in the four steps as below.
„ 1st Step : AccuEQ Room Calibration
„ 2nd Step : Source Connection
„ 3rd Step : Remote Mode Setup
„ 4th Step : Network Connection
„ 1st Step : AccuEQ Room Calibration
The test tone coming from each speaker will be measured to
enable setting of the number of speakers, volume level, each
speaker's optimum crossover frequencies, and distance from
the primary listening position, and also enable correction of
distortion caused by the room acoustic environment.
Listening area
Measurement position
with microphone
¼
Correct measurement will not be possible if the microphone is held
by hand. Measurement is not possible if headphones are being used.
¼
The subwoofer sound may not be detected since it is extremely low
frequencies. Raise the subwoofer volume to around the half of its
maximum volume and make its frequency to the maximum level.
¼
A loud test tone will be heard during measurement. Measurement
may be interrupted if there is ambient noise or radio frequency
interference (RFI). Close the window and turn off the home appliance
and fluorescent light.
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Step 2: Setting Up
2. After placing the microphone at the measurement
position, select "Do it Now" with the cursors and
press Enter.
3. Connect the microphone to the Setup Mic jack of the
unit.
Setup Mic jack
Speaker
setup
microphone
4. Follow the guidance displayed on the TV screen.
6. When the measurement is completed, the
measurement result is displayed.
Press W/X on the remote controller to check the
settings. Press Enter with "Save" selected. In the next
screen showing that "AccuEQ Room Calibration" is
"On", press Enter on the remote controller.
r If there is an error message, follow the on-screen
instruction to remove the error cause.
About THX playback
THX recommends setting the speakers manually if
you use THX-certified speakers or playing back with
THX listening modes.
r THX recommends setting the crossover frequency
to “80Hz(THX)” manually.
r Due to the electrical complexities and the
interaction with the room, you may notice irregular
results when setting the level or distance of each
speaker. If this happens, THX recommends setting
the speakers and the subwoofer manually.
AccuEQ Room Calibration
Front Speakers Type
Normal
Height 1 Speakers Type
Not Use
Height 2 Speakers Type
Not Use
3. After checking the connection, select "Yes" with the
cursors and press Enter.
r If you select "No" and press Enter, the error cause
will be displayed. Follow the guidance to remove the
error cause and check the connection again.
4. Select "Yes" with the cursors and press Enter on the
remote controller to check the connection of other
inputs or select "No, Done Checking" and press
Enter to skip.
If you select "Yes", you will return to the screen of step 2.
If you select "No, Done Checking", you will proceed to step 5.
5. Enabling HDMI Linked Operation and Other Functions
In the next screen, you can enable the HDMI linked
operation with CEC compliant device, connection with ARC
compatible TV, and HDMI Through function. Select "Yes"
with the cursors to enable them or "No, Done Checking" to
skip, and press Enter on the remote controller.
6. Select "Yes" with the cursors and press Enter to
enable the CEC link function or select "No" and
press Enter to keep it disabled.
7. When "Please unplug setup microphone." is
displayed, disconnect the microphone.
Source Connection
The following CEC-compatible devices are found;
REAR PANEL
Do you wish to turn on the CEC link?
SURROUND
R
WIDE
R
BACK
R
FRONT R
FRONT L
BACK
L
WIDE
L
Set bi-amp only if you use 2 channel amp for each front speaker.
ENTER
Next
When the screen above is displayed, set the items with the
cursors on the remote controller. Select the types for Height
1/2 speakers if the Height speakers are used. After front
and Height speakers types are selected, switch the screen
using cursor l to select the type of subwoofer. After setting
the items, press Enter on the remote controller. Press Enter
again in the next screen to start automatic speaker setting.
r Speaker terminals and settings description display
at the bottom of the screen as you move the cursor
to each item. Please refer to this information on the
screen.
5. The test tones sound from the connected speakers
and automatic speaker setting starts.
Measurement will be made twice for each speaker. It takes
several minutes to be completed. Keep the room as quiet
as possible during measurement. If any of the speakers
do not produce the test tone, check for disconnection.
r During measurement, each speaker outputs the test
tones at a high volume. Be careful of sound leak
that may disturb your neighbors, or be careful not to
frighten young children.
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Integra DHS-8.8
„ 2nd Step : Source Connection
SURROUND
L
You can check whether or not each input source is
connected correctly.
Yes
No
1. When the Source Connection start screen is displayed,
HOME
Exit
select "Yes, Continue" with the cursors and press Enter.
If you select "Yes", the connection with ARC compatible TV
and HDMI Through function will be set to "Auto" and enabled.
Initial Setup
Source Connection
This step will start to check if the
connections were made correctly.
Would you like to continue?
Yes, Continue
No. Skip
HOME
Exit
2. Select the desired input to check the connection and
press Enter.
Start playback of the selected device. If connection is
correct, video/audio of the input source selected on the
unit will be played.
Step 2: Setting Up
„ 3rd Step : Remote Mode Setup
„ Exiting the Setup Wizard
After finishing the initial setup, keep "Finished" selected
and press Enter on the remote controller. Connection and
setting of the unit is now completed. See Step 3 and enjoy
your home theater.
Initial Setup
Remote Mode Setup
Preprograming remote will give you control
of other devices from AV receiver remote
Would you like to setup your remote to
control your devices? This may take a while
depending on what and how many you have
connected. You can always come back to remote
setup from setup “8-2 Remote Mode Setup”.
Yes
No. Skip
HOME
Exit
In this step, you can enable operation of the other
components using the remote controller of the unit. When
the Remote Mode Setup start screen is displayed, select
"Yes" with the cursors and press Enter on the remote
controller. Follow the guidance to select the desired
Remote Mode button and in the keyboard screen, enter the
first three characters of the brand name of the device you
are going to program (e.g., "INT" for Integra) and search for
the remote control code. The guidance will also explain how
to set the remote controller.
„ 4th Step : Network Connection
Initial Setup
Network Connection
Do you want to connect network connection?
It gives you network services that our AV
receiver support. If you wish to skip this step.
select “No. Skip”.
Yes
No. Skip
HOME
Exit
You can check the network connection. When the Network
Connection start screen is displayed, select "Yes" with the
cursors and press Enter on the remote controller. If you
select "Yes" in the next screen, you can view the Ethernet
cable connection status.
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Remote Controller Parts Name
1 zReceiver button: Turns the unit on or into standby
mode.
2 Remote Mode/Input Selector button: Switches the
input to be played.
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3 Cursor buttons and Enter button: Moves the cursor
and confirms the selection.
4 Q Setup button: Displays the Quick Setup menu that
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z To control the unit: The remote controller of this unit
has the remote mode function for controlling other devices.
You cannot control this unit when the remote controller
is in the remote mode other than RECEIVER mode (for
controlling this unit). Be sure to press 9 Receiver to select
the RECEIVER mode before starting operation.
1. Turning the power on
Press 1 zReceiver on the remote controller to turn the
power on.
r Switch the input on the TV to that assigned to the
unit. Use the TV's remote controller.
2. Select the input of the unit and start playback on the
player or TV.
r Press 2 Input Selector to which the desired player
has been assigned. Press TV/CD to play the TV's
sound. You can also use the input selector buttons on
the main unit.
r Input will automatically be selected if the TV or player
is CEC compliant and connected to the unit with
HDMI cable.
3. Select the desired listening mode.
Press 5 listening mode buttons to switch the mode so
that you can enjoy different listening modes. For details
about the listening modes, see "Listening modes" on the
next section.
4. Adjust the volume with G.
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allows you to set the frequently used functions including
input selection and volume adjustment.
Listening mode buttons: Allows you to select the
listening mode.
Dimmer button: Switches the brightness of the display.
Zone button: For use when the unit is connected with
an integrated amplifier in a separate room and sound is
played there.
Sleep button: Sets the time until the unit enters standby
mode automatically.
Receiver button: Switches the remote controller to the
mode for operating this unit.
Muting button: Temporarily mutes audio.
Volume buttons: Allows you to adjust the volume. This
button also cancels the muting.
Return button: Returns the display to the previous
state.
Home button: Displays the Home menu that allows you
to make advanced settings and use Internet radio and
DLNA.
Display button: Switches the information on the display.
r The buttons other than 1 to J are for operating other
devices.
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Listening Modes
You can select a listening mode from various options such
as Dolby Digital, Dolby Atmos and DTS. Select the desired
mode by switching and listening actual sound in different
modes. The selectable listening modes depend on the
format of the input signals.
Movie/TV: You can select a listening mode suitable for
movies and TV programs.
Music: You can select a listening mode suitable for music.
Game: You can select a listening mode suitable for games.
THX: You can select a THX listening mode.
r For details on the listening modes, see the Advanced
Manual.
"Direct" for playing the input signals as-is
Selecting this mode allows the input signals to be
played as they are. For example, 2 ch signals of music
CD will be played in stereo, 5.1 ch signals in 5.1 ch,
and Dolby Digital signals of blu-ray disc or DVD in the
Dolby Digital sound field according to the specified
number of channels.
"Bass": Allows you to enhance or moderate the low
pitched range.
"Treble": Allows you to enhance or moderate the high
pitched range.
"Phase Matching Bass": Allows you to keep the clear
midrange and effectively enhance the low pitched range.
„ Muting Temporarily: Press Muting on the remote
controller. To cancel the muting, press Muting again, or
press VOL j/l.
„ Changing the Display Brightness: Press Dimmer on
the remote controller. The display brightness changes each
time you press the button.
„ Checking the Input Format: Press Display on the
remote controller several times to switch the display of the
main unit in order of:
Input source &
Listening mode
Signal format &
Sampling frequency
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Listening to AM/FM Radio
The Basic Manual explains the method using automatic
tuning. For manual tuning, see the Advanced Manual.
1. Press Tuner on the main unit several times to select
either "AM" or "FM".
2. Press Tuning Mode on the unit, so that the "AUTO"
indicator on the display lights.
on the unit.
The automatic tuning to a radio station starts. Searching
stops when one is tuned. When tuned into a radio
station, the " TUNED " indicator on the display lights.
The "FM STEREO" indicator lights if the radio station is
an FM radio station.
3. Press Tuning
TUNED
AUTO
FM STEREO
(Actual display depends on the country.)
Other Useful Functions
„ Playing Video and Audio from Different Sources: It is
possible to play audio and video from different sources. For
example, you can play audio from the CD player and video
from the BD/DVD player. In this case, press BD/DVD and
then TV/CD. Then start playback on the BD/DVD player and
CD player. This function is effective when an input with audio
only has been selected (TV/CD, Tuner or Phono in the initial
setting).
„ Adjusting Sound Quality: It is possible to enhance
or moderate the low and high pitched ranges of front
speakers. Press Tone on the main unit several times to
select the desired setting from "Bass", "Treble", and "Phase
Matching Bass" and adjust with +/-.
r It cannot be set if the listening mode is Direct or THX.
Input signal resolution &
Output resolution
r If "Dolby D 5.1" is displayed in signal format, the Dolby
Digital 5.1 ch signals are being input. When listening to
AM/FM radio, the band, frequency and preset number
are displayed.
Registering an AM/FM Radio Station: It allows you to
register up to 40 of your favorite AM/FM radio stations.
1. Tune into the AM/FM radio station you want to
register.
2. Press Memory on the unit.
The preset number on the display flashes.
3. Repeatedly press Preset
on the unit to select a
number between 1 and 40 while the preset number is
flashing (about 8 seconds).
4. Press Memory on the unit again.
When registered, the preset number stops flashing.
To select a preset radio station, press Preset
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Using the Home menu
In the Home menu, you can make advanced setup and
use Internet radio and DLNA function. For details on the
operation, see the Advanced Manual.
1. After pressing Receiver, press Home on the remote
controller.
The Home menu is displayed on the TV screen. You can
also use the Home button on the main unit.
HOME
Setup
2. Select the item with the cursor buttons of the remote
controller and press Enter to confirm your selection.
To return to the previous screen, press Return. To return
to the Home menu, press Home.
„ Sleep Timer: Select to turn the unit into standby mode
automatically when the specified time elapses.
„ InstaPrevue: Select to preview videos input from the
HDMI input jacks collectively in a single screen. The screen
has a main window (current input video) and sub windows
(other input videos). To switch the current input, select the
desired sub window with the cursor buttons and press
Enter.
r A black sub window is shown for the input with no video
signals.
r "InstaPrevue" cannot be selected if the video is being
input from HDMI IN 5, 6 or 7 or if there is no signal from
the input currently selected.
r "InstaPrevue" cannot be selected if "Zone 2 Monitor Out"
is set to "Use" and Zone 2 is on.
r Depending on video signals, the picture may not be
properly rendered on the preview thumbnails.
„ Setup: You can change the assignment of input
terminals and input selector buttons and also make various
speaker settings and other advanced settings.
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„ Network Service: Select to use Internet radio services
and the DLNA function. When you connect the unit to the
network and press Enter, the network service screen will be
displayed on the TV. On the TV screen, select the desired
service or music file with the cursors of the remote controller
and press Enter to confirm and start playback.
Internet radio service: You can listen to TuneIn or such
other Internet radio stations registered in advance.
DLNA : You can play music files stored in the PC or NAS
device connected to the network. Select the server with
the cursors, select the desired music file and press Enter
to start playback.
Home Media: You can play music files in a shared folder
on the PC or NAS device connected to the network.
Select the server with the cursors, select the desired
music file and press Enter to start playback.
r "Network Service" becomes selectable after the network
starts up even if it cannot be selected first. It may take
about a minute to start up.
r When "Network Service" is selected for the first time,
the "DISCLAIMER" screen will appear on the TV. Select
"Agree" if you agree the content. If you do not agree the
content, you cannot use the network service.
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You cannot use the function unless the TV is connected via HDMI
since selecting "Agree" in the "DISCLAIMER" screen is not possible.
r Layout of the icons in the "Network Service" top menu
can be changed. Press NET on the remote controller
and press D. Select the source icon with the cursors and
press Enter, and then select the destination icon and
press Enter. The positions of the icons are switched each
other.
„ USB: Select "USB" in the TV screen and connect a USB
storage device to the USB port on the front panel. On the
TV screen, select the desired folder or music file with the
cursors of the remote controller and press Enter to confirm
and start playback.
r "USB" becomes selectable after the USB function starts
up even if it cannot be selected first. It may take about a
minute to start up.
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Using Quick Setup menu
In the Quick Setup menu, you can set frequently used
functions including input selection and volume adjustment.
1. Press Q Setup on the remote controller.
The Quick Setup menu is displayed on the connected
TV's screen.
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2. Select the item with the cursor buttons of the remote
controller and press Enter to confirm your selection.
r To return to the previous screen, press Return.
„ Input: Select the input and check the assignment of
input selector buttons.
„ Audio: You can perform various audio settings including
audio quality and speaker level adjustment.
r You cannot select this item when audio is output from the
TV's speakers.
A/V Sync: If the video is behind the audio, you can
delay the audio to offset the gap. Different settings can
be set for each input.
r It cannot be set if the input is "NET" or "USB".
r It cannot be set if the listening mode is Direct.
Bass, Treble: Adjust volume of the front speaker.
r It cannot be set if the listening mode is Direct or THX.
Phase Matching Bass: Suppress phase shift in the
midrange to enhance bass sound. Thus smooth and
powerful bass sound can be obtained.
r It cannot be set if the listening mode is Direct or THX.
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Subwoofer 1/2 Level, Center Level: Adjust the speaker
level while listening to the sound. The adjustment you
made will be reset to the previous status when you turn
the unit to standby mode.
r The speakers cannot be adjusted if they have been
set to "No" or "None" in "Speaker Configuration".
r "Subwoofer 2 Level" cannot be adjusted if
"Subwoofer" have been set to "1ch" in "Speaker
Configuration".
AccuEQ Room Calibration: Disable the sound field
set in the automatic speaker setting. The setting can be
separately set to each input.
r This setting cannot be selected if the automatic
speaker setting has not been performed.
r It cannot be set if headphones are connected or the
listening mode is Direct.
Late Night: Make small sounds to be easily heard. It
is useful when you need to reduce the volume while
watching a movie late night. You can enjoy the effect on
Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus only.
r Turning the unit to standby mode will set the setting
to "Off".
r This function cannot be used if "Loudness
Management" is set to "Off".
Music Optimizer: Improve the quality of the
compressed audio. Playback sound of lossy
compressed files such as MP3 will be improved. The
setting can be separately set to each input.
r The setting is effective in the signals of 48 kHz or less.
The setting is not effective in the bitstream signals.
r It cannot be set if the listening mode is Direct.
Re-EQ, Re-EQ (THX): Adjust the soundtrack that was
processed to enhance its high pitch range, in order to
make it suitable for home theater.
r In Re-EQ, the following listening modes can be used:
Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD,
Multichannel, DTS, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio,
DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS Express, DSD, and DTS
Neo:X Cinema.
r In Re-EQ (THX), the following listening modes can
be used: THX Cinema, THX Surround EX, and THX
Ultra2 Cinema.
Screen Centered Dialog: Height speakers are used to
move acoustic images such as dialogs from the center
speakers upward according to the height of the TV
screen. Acoustic images of the center speakers move
up as the set value is increased.
r This item may not be available depending on the
selected listening mode.
r This function cannot be used if headphones are
connected.
r This function cannot be used if "Height 1 Speakers
Type" is not set to "Front High".
„ Video:
Monitor Out: The video input signals input to the unit
will be converted by the unit when they are output from
the HDMI OUT jack to the TV so that their resolution can
match that of the TV used. Select the HDMI OUT jack to
be used for output.
Control Monitor: Select the main room TV or the
separate room TV for which the CEC link function is
enabled when HDMI connection between the unit and
the separate room TV is established by Zone function.
r For details on Zone function, see the next section
"Using the multi-zone function".
Wide Mode: You can set the aspect ratio.
Picture Mode: You can adjust the image quality. "Cinema"
will automatically adjust the image to be suitable to watch
movie and "Game" suitable to play game. In "Standard",
the resolution will be changed but the image quality will
not be adjusted. In "Custom", "ISF Day" and "ISF Night",
you can adjust the brightness, contrast, hue and saturation
as desired. If you do not adjust the resolution and image
quality, select "Bypass".
r "Video" cannot be selected if the input is "NET" or "USB".
„ Information:
Audio: Displays the audio input source, format, number of
channels, sampling frequency, listening mode, number of
output channels, and other audio information.
Video: Displays the video input source, resolution, signal
format, color tone, 3D information, Aspect, Picture Mode,
output, and other Video information.
Tuner: Displays the band, frequency, preset number, and
other tuner (radio) information.
„ Listening Mode: Select the listening mode from the
categories of "Movie/TV", "Music", "Game" and "THX".
r It cannot be set when audio is played from the TV's speakers.
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Using the multi-zone function
The function allows you to connect the unit with a TV or audio
equipment placed in a separate room so that you can enjoy
audio and video of the connected equipment even if you are
staying in a different room. It is possible to perform playback
in the main room and a separate room at the same time,
for example by playing the Blu-ray Disc player in the main
room where the unit is placed while playing Internet radio in
a separate room. It is also possible to perform playback only
in a separate room. There are three methods to configure
multi-zone connection as described in "a" to "c" in the next.
Simultaneous playback in all zones is also possible.
3, any can be selected from among an external device
connected to the analog audio input jacks (¼) of the unit,
the "NET" or "USB" source, and the "AM" or "FM".
¼ When you connect a CD player or such other player without HDMI
output jack, connect it to the analog audio input jacks of the unit.
Multi-zone output is not possible if the connection is only with digital
optical cable or digital coaxial cable. In case of analog connection,
analog audio output setting may be necessary on the player.
r As for HDMI input and analog audio input, it is possible
to play the same source or different sources in the main
room and separate room.
r As for the "NET" and "USB", you cannot select different
audio sources for the main room and separate room. For
example, if "NET" has been selected in the main room
and then "USB" is selected as playback source in the
separate room, the input in the main room will change to
"USB" accordingly.
r When listening to AM/FM broadcasting, you cannot
select different stations for the main room and separate
room. Therefore broadcasting of the same station will be
heard in the both rooms.
r If you play the same HDMI connected player for the main
room and a separate room, the sound field processing
for 2 ch PCM signals will be made in the main room.
Change the setting: Press Receiver and then Home on
the remote controller, select "Setup" - "1. Input/Output
Assign" - "Monitor Out" - "Zone 2 Monitor Out" and set the
setting to "Use".
r Refer to "Control Monitor" in "Using Quick Setup menu" for
using CEC link function with TV in the separate room.
„ b. Connecting a TV in a separate room using
composite video cable
Video from the player without HDMI out jack can be
displayed on the TV in a separate room. First, connect
the player to composite video input jack of the unit. Then,
connect the TV in the separate room to ZONE 2 OUT V
jack of the unit using a composite video cable.
Outputting Video/Audio to a Separate Room
„ a. Connecting a TV in a separate room using
HDMI cable
You can play video and audio of the HDMI connected
player on the TV in a separate room. With an HDMI cable,
connect between the HDMI OUT ZONE 2 jack of the unit
and the HDMI IN jack of the TV in a separate room.
Main room
Zone 2
r It is not possible to output video from the player to the
TV in the separate room if the player is connected to the
HDMI IN jack or COMPONENT VIDEO IN jack.
r In this connection method, audio from the player cannot be
output from the TV. To output audio in the separate room,
see the next section "Listening to Music in a Separate
Room" and connect the unit to the integrated amplifier
located in the room where the TV is placed.
Zone 2
Zone 3
z The sources from which you can enjoy the sound in
a separate room: For Zone 2, any can be selected from
among an external device connected to the HDMI input
jacks or the analog audio input jacks (¼) of the unit, the
"NET" or "USB" source, and the "AM" or "FM". For Zone
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Listening to Music in a Separate Room
Performing Multi-zone Playback
„ c. Connecting an Integrated Amplifier in a
Separate Room
1. Press Zone on the remote controller a repeatedly to
It is possible to play 2 ch source in a separate room while
11.2 ch source is being played in the main room. Connect
the PRE/LINE OUT ZONE 2 jacks or PRE/LINE OUT
ZONE 3 jacks of the unit and the line-in jacks of the premain amplifier in a separate room with an analog audio
(RCA) cable.
select Zone 2 or Zone 3. Point the remote controller
at the unit and press zReceiver.
"Z2" or "Z3" lights on the main unit display and multizone is enabled.
r The Zone button stays lit red when Zone 2 is selected
and green when Zone 3 is selected.
2. Press Input Selector of the input source to be played
in a separate room.
If you turn the unit to standby during multi-zone playback,
the Z2/Z3 indicators are dimmed and the playback
mode is switched to playback in a separate room only.
Performing steps 1 and 2 while the unit is in standby also
switches the playback mode to playback in a separate
room only.
To control on the main unit: Press Zone2 or Zone3 and
within 8 seconds, press the input selector button of the input to
be played in a separate room. To play the same source in the
main room and separate room, press Zone2 or Zone3 twice.
To turn off the multi-zone function: Press Zone on the
remote controller repeatedly to select Zone 2 or Zone 3.
Press zReceiver. To control on the main unit, press Zone2
or Zone3 and within 8 seconds, press Off.
Zone 2
Zone 3
r Volume can be adjusted with both the unit and the premain amplifier used in a separate room. To adjust it with
the unit, press Receiver and then Home on the remote
controller, select "Setup" - "7. Hardware Setup" - "Multi
Zone" - "Zone 2 Out" or "Zone 3 Out" and set the setting
to "Variable". If you connect a power amplifier, be sure to
make the setting and adjust the volume in the main room.
r If Zone 2 or Zone 3 is on, power consumption during
standby becomes larger than normal.
r While Zone 2 or Zone 3 is on, the RI linked system
function (interlink between Onkyo components) is
disabled.
r Pressing Input Selector on the remote controller while
you are using the remote controller for Zone 2 or Zone
3 will switch the controlled target to the main room. To
control Zone 2 or Zone 3 again, press Zone several times
to select Zone 2 or Zone 3.
WHOLE HOUSE MODE: If you press Whole House
Mode while playback is being performed in the main
room, the WHOLE HOUSE MODE is turned on, "Z2"
and "Z3" on the display light at the same time and the
playback sources of all the rooms are switched to the
same source at once.
r WHOLE HOUSE MODE is effective only for playback
of the external player connected to the analog audio
input jacks.
r This function cannot be used if headphones are
connected or audio is output from the speakers of
the TV.
To adjust the volume: Press Zone on the remote controller
a repeatedly to select Zone 2 or Zone 3. Adjust the volume
using VOL j/l. To do this on the main unit, press Zone2
or Zone3, and adjust the volume using the Master Volume
control within 8 seconds.
To temporally mute the audio: Press Zone on the remote
controller repeatedly to select Zone 2 or Zone 3. Then,
press Muting to mute the audio.
To adjust the sound quality for the separate room (Zone 2
only): It is necessary to make appropriate settings to enable
this function. Press Home on the remote controller and select
"Setup" - "7.Hardware Setup" - "Multi Zone" - "Zone 2 Out",
and set its value to "Variable". As for the operation, press Zone
2 on the main unit and press Tone several times to display
"Bass", "Treble" or "Balance" on the main unit display. Display
the desired setting on the display and adjust it with + or -.
r When a TV in a separate room is HDMI connected to the
unit, information of a connected device can be displayed
on the TV screen. Press Zone on the remote controller
several times to select Zone 2 and press Display.
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Hybrid Standby indicator: Lights if the unit enters
standby mode when the HDMI Through or network
standby is enabled.
Dolby Atmos indicator: Stays lit when the Dolby Atmos
listening mode is selected with Height speakers or
surround back speakers enabled.
Monitor Out button: Allows you to select the HDMI jack
to output the video input signals that are input to the
unit.
Remote control sensor: Receives signals from the
remote controller.
Tone and Tone Level buttons: Adjusts the high tone
and low tone.
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Dimmer button (North American model): Switches the
brightness of the display.
RT/PTY/TP button (Australian and Asian models):
Can be used when receiving the station transmitting text
information.
Memory button: Registers or deletes a station.
Tuning Mode button: Switches the tuning mode.
Display button: Switches the information on the display.
Home button: Displays the Home menu.
Cursor buttons, Tuningjl button, Presetd c
button and Enter button: Moves the cursor and
confirms the selection. When listening to AM/FM
broadcasting, tune into the station with Tuningjl or
select the registered station with Presetd c.
K Return button: Returns the display to the previous state.
L Master Volume: Allows you to adjust the volume.
M Zone 2 button, Zone 3 button and Off button:
Controls the multi-zone function.
N Whole House Mode button: Controls the WHOLE
HOUSE MODE function to play the same source in all
the multi-zone connected rooms.
O Phones jack: Stereo headphones with a standard plug
are connected.
P Setup Mic jack: The supplied speaker setup
microphone is connected.
Q Input selector buttons: Switches the input to be
played.
R USB port: A USB storage device is connected so that
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S AUX Input HDMI/MHL jacks: An HD video camera or
MHL-enabled mobile device is connected. It is possible
to send video and audio of an MHL-enabled mobile
device.
AUX Input Video/Audio, Digital jacks: A video camera
or such other device is connected.
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that corresponds to the selected listening mode.
Z2/Z3: Lights when the output to Zone 2/Zone 3 is set to
on.
Lights according to the type of input digital signals and
the listening mode.
Stays lit when Music Optimizer is enabled.
Lights when NET or USB is controlled.
NET: Stays lit when the "NET" input is selected and the
unit is connected to the home network (LAN). It will flash
if the connection is not correct.
USB: Stays lit when the "USB" input is selected and a
USB storage device (e.g. USB memory) is connected. It
will flash if the connection is not correct.
HDMI: Stays lit when HDMI signals are input and the
HDMI input is selected.
DIGITAL: Stays lit when digital signals are input and the
digital input is selected.
MUTING: Flashes when Muting on the remote controller
is pressed and audio is temporarily muted.
ANALOG: Stays lit when analog signals are input and
the analog input is selected. Or, it stays lit when HDMI
and digital signal inputs are not assigned.
SLEEP: Stays lit when the sleep timer is set.
Tuning indicators
RDS (Australian and Asian models): Stays lit when RDS
broadcasting is being received.
AUTO: Stays lit when the tuning mode is auto.
TUNED: c d flashes while tuning is automatically
performed. When tuned into a radio station, the
"cTUNEDd" on the display lights.
FM STEREO: Stays lit when an FM broadcasting is
being received.
8 Bi AMP: Stays lit when "Front Speakers Type" is set to
"Bi-Amp".
9 Stays lit when headphones are connected.
F Displays various information of the input signals.
Pressing Display displays the type of input digital signals
and the listening mode.
G Displays the volume level.
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RI REMOTE CONTROL jack: An Onkyo product with RI
jack can be connected and synchronized with this unit.
ETHERNET port: Used for LAN connection
HDMI IN/OUT jacks: Digital video signals and audio
signals are transmitted between the unit and the
connected devices.
MONITOR OUT V jack: Video signals are output to the
connected monitor or TV via a composite video cable.
HDBaseT ™ IN / OUT ports: HDMI input signals are
output via the Ethernet cable. As they are covered with
a seal when shipped, remove it when you use the ports.
Do not use the ports to connect the Ethernet port of
network device. (¼)
COMPONENT VIDEO IN and OUT jacks: Component
video input/output jacks.
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IR IN A/B, IR OUT jacks: Connected to the multiroom
remote control kit. (¼)
12V TRIGGER OUT A/B/C jack: Allows you to connect
a device with trigger input jack to enable power link
operation between the device and the unit. (¼)
PC IN jack: PC is connected via an analog RGB cable.
AC INLET: The power cord is connected.
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terminal: The supplied antennas are connected.
RS232 port: Connected to the home control system. (¼)
GND terminal: The ground wire of the turntable is
connected.
Composite video and analog audio jacks: Analog
video signals and audio signals are input.
M INPUT BALANCE L/R jacks: XLR-type balanced
input jacks. For monaural sources, connect the cable to
BALANCE L jack.
N PRE OUT RCA jacks: A power amplifier or subwoofer
with built-in amplifier is connected.
O PRE OUT XLR jacks: XLR-type balanced output
jacks to connect the multichannel power amplifier or
subwoofer with built-in amplifier. FRONT L/R jacks and
HEIGHT 1 jack can be used for Bi-amping connection.
P PRE/LINE OUT ZONE 2/ZONE 3 jacks: Audio output
jacks connected to the pre-main amplifier for multi-zone
playback in a separate room.
¼
Special devices or cable connections are necessary to use the
control functions 6, 9, F and J. Contact the specialized stores for
more information.
Troubleshooting
Before starting the procedure
Problems may be solved by simply turning the power
on/off or disconnecting/connecting the power cord,
which is easier than working on the connection,
setting and operating procedure. Try the simple
measures on both the unit and the connected
device. If the problem is that the video or audio is not
output or the HDMI linked operation does not work,
disconnecting/connecting the HDMI cable may solve
it. When reconnecting, be careful not to wind the
HDMI cable since if wound the HDMI cable may not fit
well. After reconnecting, turn off and on the unit and
the connected device.
HDMI control does not function correctly.
r Set the CEC link function of the unit to on. It is also
necessary to make the HDMI linked system setting on
the TV. See the TV's instruction manual for details.
The remote controller does not work.
r Be sure to press Receiver first before operating the unit
with the remote controller.
There is no sound for multi-zone function.
r The AV controller will automatically enter standby mode
when Auto Standby is set and launched.
r When you connect a CD player or such other player
without HDMI output jack, connect it to the analog audio
input jacks of the unit. Multi-zone output is not possible if
the connection is only with digital optical cable or digital
coaxial cable. In case of analog connection, analog audio
output setting may be necessary on the player.
There’s no sound, or it’s very quiet.
Cannot access to network.
r A wrong input selector button has been selected. Select
a correct input for the player. Also check that muting is
not on.
r Not all listening modes use all speakers.
r Try plugging/unplugging the unit or the router or check
their power-on status. This will work well in many cases.
The AV controller turns off unexpectedly.
„ Resetting the Unit
Resetting the unit to the status at the time of shipment may
solve the problem. If the measures above do not solve the
problem, reset the unit with the following procedure. If you
reset the unit status, your preferences will be reset to the
defaults. Note them down before starting reset.
z How to reset:
1. While holding down CBL/SAT on the main unit (note
that step 2 must be performed with this button
pressed down)
2. Press zOn/Standby on the main unit ("Clear" appears
on the display and the unit returns to standby)
Clear
2. Press zOn/Standby.
There’s no picture.
r A wrong input selector button has been selected.
r To display video from the connected player on the TV
screen while the unit is in standby, you need to enable
HDMI Through function.
r When the TV image is blurry or unclear, power cord or
connection cables of the unit may have interfered. In
that case, keep distance between TV antenna cable and
cables of the unit.
r If you connect a player supporting HDCP2.2, be sure to
connect it to the HDMI IN3 jack of the unit. At the time,
connect the TV to the HDMI OUT MAIN jack.
1.
While holding down CBL/SAT,
z How to reset the remote controller:
1. While holding down Receiver on the remote
controller, press Home (about 3 seconds) until
Receiver lights.
2. Within 30 seconds, press Receiver again.
Receiver
Home
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Specifications
Amplifier Section
Network Section
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THD+N (Total Harmonic Distortion+Noise)
0.08% (20 Hz - 20 kHz, half power)
Input Sensitivity and Impedance (Unbalance)
O8Mŝ .+0'
O8Mŝ 2*101//
Rated RCA Output Level and Impedance
O8ŝ 24'17624'.+0'176
Maximum RCA Output Level and Impedance
8ŝ 24'17624'.+0'176
Rated XLR Output Level and Impedance
O8ŝ 24'176
Maximum XLR Output Level and Impedance
8ŝ 24'176
Phono Overload
70 mV (MM 1 kHz 0.5% Direct)
Frequency Response
5 Hz - 100 kHz/+1 dB, –3 dB (Direct mode)
Tone Control Characteristics
±10 dB, 50 Hz (BASS)
±10 dB, 20 kHz (TREBLE)
Signal to Noise Ratio
110 dB (LINE, IHF-A)
80 dB (PHONO MM, IHF-A)
Ethernet LAN
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX
Digital
OPTICAL 1 (GAME), 2 (TV/CD), AUX INPUT DIGITAL (Front)
COAXIAL 1 (BD/DVD), 2 (CBL/SAT), 3 (STB/DVR)
Analog
BD/DVD, CBL/SAT, STB/DVR, GAME, PC, TV/CD, PHONO,
AUX INPUT (Front)
Balance Inputs
BALANCE L (MONO), BALANCE R
Video Section
Input Sensitivity/Output Level and Impedance
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Component Video Frequency Response
5 Hz - 100 MHz/+0 dB, –3 dB
Tuner Section
FM Tuning Frequency Range
87.5 MHz - 107.9 MHz (North American)
87.5 MHz - 108.0 MHz, RDS (Others)
AM Tuning Frequency Range
522/530 kHz - 1611/1710 kHz
Preset Channel
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General
Power Supply
AC 120 V, 60 Hz (North American)
AC 220 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz (Others)
Power Consumption
0.6 A (North American)
60 W (Others)
0.1 W (Stand-by, North American)
0.13 W (Stand-by, Others)
55 W (No-sound)
Dimensions (W × H × D)
435 mm × 199 mm × 444 mm
17-1/8" × 7-13/16" × 17-1/2"
Weight
13.5 kg (29.8 lbs.)
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Analog
PRE/LINE OUT ZONE2, ZONE3
Balance Pre Outputs
PRE OUT FRONT L/R, CENTER, SURROUND L/R, BACK L/R,
HEIGHT1 (or Bi-AMP) L/R, HEIGHT2/WIDE L/R, SUBWOOFER 1 × 2,
SUBWOOFER 2 × 2
Analog Multichannel Pre Outputs
FRONT L/R, CENTER, SURROUND L/R, BACK L/R, HEIGHT 1 L/R,
HEIGHT 2 or WIDE L/R, SW1 × 2, SW2 × 2
Phones
PHONES (Front, ø 6.3)
Input
IN1 (BD/DVD), IN2 (CBL/SAT), IN3 (STB/DVR, HDCP2.2), IN4 (GAME),
IN5 (PC), IN6, IN7, AUX INPUT (HDMI/MHL) (Front)
Output
OUT MAIN (ARC, HDCP2.2), OUT SUB, OUT ZONE2
Video Resolution
Pass through:4K 60Hz (YCbCr 4:2:0)
Upscaling:4K 30Hz
Audio Format
Dolby Atmos, DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio,
Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, DSD, Multichannel PCM
Supported
3D, Audio Return Channel, DeepColor, x.v.Color, LipSync, CEC (RIHD),
4K (Upscaling and Passthrough)
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OUT ETHERNET (CAT 5e/6)/IN (HDMI)
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Component
IN1 (BD/DVD), IN2 (CBL/SAT)
Composite
IN1 (CBL/SAT), IN2 (STB/DVR), IN3 (GAME), AUX INPUT (Front)
Analog RGB input
PC IN
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Component
MONITOR OUT
Composite
MONITOR OUT, ZONE2 OUT
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Setup Mic
RS232
Ethernet
IR IN
IR OUT
12V TRIGGER OUT
USB
RI
1 (Front)
1
1
2 (A/B)
1
3 (A/B/C)
1 (Front)
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Taiwan Pat. I238671 European Pat. 1,360,874
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