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Integra DTR-40.3 Receiver Owner Manual
AV Receiver
DTR-40.3
Instruction Manual
Introduction
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO
USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING
TO
QUALIFIED
SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
WARNING
AVIS
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE
NE PAS OUVRIR
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an
equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the
presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within
the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to
persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in
the literature accompanying the appliance.
Important Safety Instructions
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two blades
with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug
has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide
blade or the third prong are provided for your safety.
If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet,
consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete
outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
Use only with the cart, stand,
PORTABLE CART WARNING
tripod, bracket, or table
specified by the manufacturer,
or sold with the apparatus.
When a cart is used, use
caution when moving the
cart/apparatus combination to
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avoid injury from tip-over.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when
unused for long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or
plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been
exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
15. Damage Requiring Service
Unplug the apparatus from the wall outlet and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under the
following conditions:
A. When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged,
B. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen
into the apparatus,
C. If the apparatus has been exposed to rain or water,
D. If the apparatus does not operate normally by
following the operating instructions. Adjust only
those controls that are covered by the operating
instructions as an improper adjustment of other
controls may result in damage and will often
require extensive work by a qualified technician to
restore the apparatus to its normal operation,
E. If the apparatus has been dropped or damaged in
any way, and
F. When the apparatus exhibits a distinct change in
performance this indicates a need for service.
16. Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind into the apparatus
through openings as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a
fire or electric shock.
The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as
vases shall be placed on the apparatus.
Don’t put candles or other burning objects on top of
this unit.
17. Batteries
Always consider the environmental issues and follow
local regulations when disposing of batteries.
18. If you install the apparatus in a built-in installation,
such as a bookcase or rack, ensure that there is
adequate ventilation.
Leave 20 cm (8") of free space at the top and sides and
10 cm (4") at the rear. The rear edge of the shelf or
board above the apparatus shall be set 10 cm (4")
away from the rear panel or wall, creating a flue-like
gap for warm air to escape.
Precautions
1. Recording Copyright—Unless it’s for personal use
only, recording copyrighted material is illegal without
the permission of the copyright holder.
2. AC Fuse—The AC fuse inside the unit is not userserviceable. If you cannot turn on the unit, contact the
dealer from whom you purchased this unit.
3. Care—Occasionally you should dust the unit all over
with a soft cloth. For stubborn stains, use a soft cloth
dampened with a weak solution of mild detergent and
water. Dry the unit immediately afterwards with a
clean cloth. Don’t use abrasive cloths, thinners,
alcohol, or other chemical solvents, because they may
damage the finish or remove the panel lettering.
4. Power
WARNING
BEFORE PLUGGING IN THE UNIT FOR THE
FIRST TIME, READ THE FOLLOWING SECTION
CAREFULLY.
AC outlet voltages vary from country to country.
Make sure that the voltage in your area meets the
voltage requirements printed on the unit’s rear panel
(e.g., AC 230 V, 50 Hz or AC 120 V, 60 Hz).
The power cord plug is used to disconnect this unit
from the AC power source. Make sure that the plug is
readily operable (easily accessible) at all times.
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Pressing the [On/Standby] button to select Standby
mode does not fully disconnect from the mains. If you
do not intend to use the unit for an extended period,
remove the power cord from the AC outlet.
Preventing Hearing Loss
Caution
Excessive sound pressure from earphones and
headphones can cause hearing loss.
Batteries and Heat Exposure
Warning
Batteries (battery pack or batteries installed) shall not
be exposed to excessive heat as sunshine, fire or the
like.
Never Touch this Unit with Wet Hands—Never
handle this unit or its power cord while your hands are
wet or damp. If water or any other liquid gets inside
this unit, have it checked by the dealer from whom
you purchased this unit.
Handling Notes
• If you need to transport this unit, use the original
packaging to pack it how it was when you originally
bought it.
• Do not leave rubber or plastic items on this unit for
a long time, because they may leave marks on the
case.
• This unit’s top and rear panels may get warm after
prolonged use. This is normal.
• If you do not use this unit for a long time, it may not
work properly the next time you turn it on, so be
sure to use it occasionally.
For U.S. models
FCC Information for User
CAUTION:
The user changes or modifications not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer from whom you purchased this unit or
an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
For Canadian Models
NOTE: THIS CLASS B DIGITAL APPARATUS
COMPLIES WITH CANADIAN ICES-003.
For models having a power cord with a polarized plug:
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK,
MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT,
FULLY INSERT.
Modèle pour les Canadien
REMARQUE: CET APPAREIL NUMÉRIQUE DE
LA CLASSE B EST CONFORME À LA NORME NMB003 DU CANADA.
Sur les modèles dont la fiche est polarisée:
ATTENTION: POUR ÉVITER LES CHOCS
ÉLECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS
LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE
CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER
JUSQU’AU FOND.
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Thank you for purchasing an Integra AV receiver.
Please read this manual thoroughly before making
connections and plugging in the unit.
Following the instructions in this manual will enable you
to obtain optimum performance and listening enjoyment
from your new AV receiver.
Please retain this manual for future reference.
Supplied Accessories
Make sure you have the following accessories:
Indoor FM antenna (➔ page 21)
AM loop antenna (➔ page 21)
Power cord (➔ page 21)
Speaker cable labels (➔ page 13)
Speaker setup microphone (➔ page 31)
Remote controller (RC-809M) and two batteries
(AA/R6)
(Note for China: The battery for the remote controller is not
supplied for this unit.)
*
In catalogs and on packaging, the letter at the end of the product
name indicates the color. Specifications and operations are the
same regardless of color.
■ Installing the batteries
Note
• If the remote controller
doesn’t work reliably,
try replacing the
batteries.
• Don’t mix new and old
batteries or different
types of batteries.
Batteries (AA/R6)
• If you intend not to use
the remote controller for a long time, remove the batteries to
prevent damage from leakage or corrosion.
• Remove expired batteries as soon as possible to prevent damage
from leakage or corrosion.
■ Aiming the remote controller
To use the remote controller, point it at the AV receiver’s
remote control sensor, as shown below.
Remote control sensor
AV receiver
Approx.
16 ft. (5 m)
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Contents
Introduction
Important Safety Instructions ......................................... 2
Precautions....................................................................... 3
Supplied Accessories...................................................... 4
Features ............................................................................ 6
Front & Rear Panels......................................................... 8
Front Panel..................................................................... 8
Display............................................................................ 9
Rear Panel ................................................................... 10
Remote Controller.......................................................... 11
Controlling the AV Receiver ......................................... 11
Connections
Connecting the AV Receiver ......................................... 12
Connecting Your Speakers .......................................... 12
About AV Connections ................................................. 16
Connecting Components with HDMI ............................ 17
Connecting Your Components ..................................... 18
Connecting Integra/Onkyo u Components ................ 20
Connecting a Recording Component ........................... 20
Connecting the Antennas ............................................. 21
Connecting the Power Cord ......................................... 21
Turning On & Basic Operations
Turning On/Off the AV Receiver ................................... 22
Turning On ................................................................... 22
Turning Off ................................................................... 22
Playback.......................................................................... 23
Selecting the Language
for the Onscreen Setup Menus.................................. 23
Playing the Connected Component.............................. 23
Controlling Contents of USB or Network Devices ........ 23
Understanding Icons on the Display............................. 24
Playing an iPod/iPhone via USB .................................. 24
Playing a USB Device .................................................. 25
Listening to Internet Radio ........................................... 25
Playing Music Files on a Server ................................... 27
Remote Playback ......................................................... 27
Listening to AM/FM Radio ............................................ 28
Using Basic Functions .................................................. 31
Using the Automatic Speaker Setup ............................ 31
Using the Listening Modes ........................................... 34
Using the Home Menu.................................................. 40
Using the Sleep Timer.................................................. 40
Setting the Display Brightness ..................................... 40
Displaying Source Information ..................................... 41
Changing the Input Display .......................................... 41
Selecting Speaker Layout ............................................ 41
Muting the AV Receiver................................................ 41
Using Headphones....................................................... 41
Using Easy Macros ...................................................... 42
Recording ..................................................................... 42
Advanced Operations
Advanced Setup ............................................................. 43
On-screen Setup Menus............................................... 43
Common Procedures in Setup Menu ........................... 43
Input/Output Assign ...................................................... 44
Speaker Setup.............................................................. 46
Audio Adjust ................................................................. 50
Source Setup................................................................ 52
Listening Mode Preset.................................................. 56
Miscellaneous............................................................... 57
Hardware Setup............................................................ 58
Remote Controller Setup .............................................. 61
Lock Setup.................................................................... 61
Using the Audio Settings .............................................. 61
Zone 2.............................................................................. 64
Making Zone 2 Connections ......................................... 64
Setting the Zone 2 Out ................................................. 65
Controlling Zone 2 Components................................... 65
Using the 12V Triggers................................................. 66
Using the Remote Controller in
Zone 2 and Multiroom Control Kits ............................ 67
Controlling Other Components
iPod/iPhone Playback via Onkyo Dock ........................ 68
Using the Onkyo Dock.................................................. 68
Controlling Your iPod/iPhone ....................................... 69
Controlling Other Components..................................... 71
Preprogrammed Remote Control Codes ...................... 71
Looking up for Remote Control Code ........................... 71
Entering Remote Control Codes................................... 71
Remote Control Codes for
Integra/Onkyo Components Connected via u ......... 72
Resetting REMOTE MODE Buttons ............................. 72
Resetting the Remote Controller .................................. 72
Controlling Other Components ..................................... 72
Learning Commands .................................................... 74
Using Normal Macros ................................................... 75
Appendix
Troubleshooting ............................................................. 76
Firmware Update ............................................................ 82
Connection Tips and Video Signal Path ...................... 85
Using an RIHD-compatible TV, Player, or Recorder ... 88
About HDMI ..................................................................... 90
Network/USB Features................................................... 91
Specifications ................................................................. 94
To reset the AV receiver to its factory defaults, turn it
on and, while holding down VCR/DVR, press
8On/Standby (➔ page 76).
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Features
Amplifier
Miscellaneous
• 110 Watts/Channel @ 8 ohms (FTC)
• 170 Watts/Channel @ 6 ohms (IEC)
• 185 Watts/Channel @ 6 ohms (JEITA)
• WRAT–Wide Range Amplifier Technology
(5 Hz to 100 kHz bandwidth)
• Linear Optimum Gain Volume Circuitry
• 3-Step Inverted Darlington Circuitry
• H.C.P.S. (High Current Power Supply) Massive High
Power Transformer
• Jitter Cleaning Circuit Technology
• 40 AM/FM Presets
• Dolby Volume*5
• Audyssey MultEQ® XT*6 to correct room acoustic
problems
• Audyssey Dynamic EQ®*6 for loudness correction
• Audyssey Dynamic Volume®*6 to maintain optimal
listening level and dynamic range
• Crossover Adjustment
(40/45/50/55/60/70/80/90/100/110/120/130/150/200 Hz)
• A/V Sync Control Function (up to 800 ms)
• Auto Standby Function
• On-Screen Display via HDMI
• Preprogrammed (with onscreen display setup)
RI-Compatible Learning Remote with 4 Activities and
Mode-Key LEDs
Processing
• THX Select2 Plus*1 Certified
• Incorporates Qdeo™*2 technology for HDMI Video
Upscaling (to 4K Compatible)
• HDMI (Audio Return Channel, 3D, DeepColor,
x.v.Color*3, Lip Sync, DTS-HD Master Audio*4,
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio, Dolby TrueHD*5,
Dolby Digital Plus, DSD and Multi-CH PCM)
• Dolby TrueHD*5 and DTS-HD Master Audio*4
• Dolby Pro Logic IIz*5 and Audyssey DSX™*6
• Non-Scaling Configuration
• A-Form Listening Mode Memory
• Direct Mode
• Music Optimizer*7 for Compressed Digital Music files
• 192 kHz/24-bit D/A Converters
• Powerful and Highly Accurate 32-bit Processing DSP
Connections
• 8 HDMI*8 Inputs (1 on front panel) and 2 Outputs
• Integra/Onkyo p for System Control
• 5 Digital Inputs (2 Optical/3 Coaxial)
• Component Video Switching (3 Inputs/1 Output)
• Universal Port for the Dock for iPod®/iPhone®*9/
HD Radio™*10 tuner module (North American
models)/DAB+ tuner module (Australian models)
• Banana Plug-Compatible Speaker Posts
• Powered Zone 2 and Zone 2 Pre Out
• IR Input/Output and 12 V Trigger
• RS232 Port for Interface Control
• Bi-Amping Capability for FL/FR with SBL/SBR
• Analog RGB Video Input (D-sub 15) for PC
• Internet Radio Connectivity
(SiriusXM Internet Radio/vTuner/Last.fm/Pandora/
Rhapsody/Slacker/Mediafly/Napster)
*
Services available may vary depending on the region.
• Network Capability for Streaming Audio Files*11
• Front-Panel USB Input for Memory Devices and
iPod®/iPhone®*9 models (Enables Display of Album
Artwork)
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*1
THX and the THX logo are trademarks of THX Ltd. which
may be registered in some jurisdictions. All rights reserved.
THX Select2 Plus
Before any home theater component can be
THX Select2 Plus certified, it must pass a rigorous series
of quality and performance tests. Only then can a product
feature the THX Select2 Plus logo, which is your
guarantee that the Home Theater products you purchase
will give you superb performance for many years to
come. THX Select2 Plus requirements define hundreds
of parameters, including power amplifier performance,
and preamplifier performance and operation for both
digital and analog domains. THX Select2 Plus receivers
also feature proprietary THX technologies (e.g.,
THX Mode) which accurately translate movie
soundtracks for home theater playback.
*2
*3
Qdeo and QuietVideo are trademarks of Marvell or its
affiliates.
“x.v.Color” is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
*4
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #’s: 5,451,942;
5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,226,616; 6,487,535;
7,212,872; 7,333,929; 7,392,195; 7,272,567 & other U.S. and
worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS and the Symbol are
registered trademarks, & DTS-HD, DTS-HD Master Audio,
and the DTS logos are trademarks of DTS, Inc. Product
includes software.
© DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
*9
iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, iPod shuffle, and
iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S.
and other countries.
“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.
*10
HD Radio™, HD Radio Ready™, and the HD Radio Ready
logo are proprietary trademarks of iBiquity Digital
Corporation.
This HD Radio Ready™ receiver is ready to receive
HD Radio broadcasts when connected to the Onkyo UP-HT1
HD Radio tuner module (sold separately).
*11 “DLNA®, the DLNA Logo and DLNA CERTIFIED™ are
trademarks, service marks, or certification marks of the
Digital Living Network Alliance.”
*11 Windows and the Windows logo are trademarks of the
Microsoft group of companies.
* “Xantech” is a registered trademark of Xantech Corporation.
* “Niles” is a registered trademark of Niles Audio Corporation.
*5
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby, Pro Logic, Surround EX and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
*6
*7
Manufactured under license from Audyssey Laboratories™,
Inc. U.S. and foreign patents pending.
Audyssey MultEQ® XT, Audyssey Dynamic EQ®,
Audyssey Dynamic Volume® and Audyssey DSX™ are
registered trademarks and trademark of
Audyssey Laboratories, Inc.
Music Optimizer™ is a trademark of Onkyo Corporation.
*8
“HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia
Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.”
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Front & Rear Panels
Front Panel
(North American models)
a
bc
p
d e
f
g
q
(Australian and Chinese models)
h i j kl m n
r
s
o
t
u
v
The page numbers in parentheses show where you can find the main explanation for each item.
b Zone 2, Off buttons (65)
m Tuning, Preset (28 to 29), arrow and Enter
buttons
c Zone 2 Level buttons (65)
n Return button
d Tone and Tone Level buttons (61)
o Master Volume control (23)
e Remote control sensor (4)
p Phones jack (41)
f Display (9)
q AUX Input HDMI jack (17)
g Listening Mode buttons (34)
r Input selector buttons (23)
h Dimmer button (North American models) (40)
s USB port (18)
i Memory button (29)
t AUX Input Video/Audio jack (18)
a 8On/Standby button (22)
j Tuning Mode button (28)
u Setup Mic jack (31)
k Display button (41)
v RT/PTY/TP button (Australian and Chinese
models) (30)
l Setup button (43)
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Display
a
h
b
c
d
ij
k
For detailed information, see the pages in parentheses.
a Speaker/channel indicators
g Audio input indicators
b Z2 (Zone 2) indicator (65)
h Bi AMP indicator (14, 46)
c Listening mode and format indicators (34, 63)
i Audyssey indicator (31, 52)
Dynamic EQ indicator (52)
d 1, 3 and cursor indicators (24)
e NET indicator (25, 60)
f Tuning indicators
RDS indicator (excluding North American models)
(29)
AUTO indicator (28)
TUNED indicator (28)
FM STEREO indicator (28)
e
f
g
l
m
no
- (Dolby) Vol indicator (51)
Dynamic Vol indicator (52)
j Headphone indicator (41)
k Message area
l MUTING indicator (41)
m Volume level (23)
n USB indicator (24, 25)
o SLEEP indicator (40, 56)
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Rear Panel
a b cd e
o
f
i jk l m
g h
p
q
a DIGITAL IN COAXIAL and OPTICAL jacks
b RS232 port
Terminal for control.
c u REMOTE CONTROL jack
d UNIVERSAL PORT jack
e ETHERNET port
f HDMI IN and HDMI output (HDMI OUT MAIN and
HDMI OUT SUB) jacks
g MONITOR OUT V and S jacks
h COMPONENT VIDEO IN and MONITOR OUT
jacks
i IR IN and OUT jacks
j 12V TRIGGER OUT (A/B/C) jacks
k ZONE 2 OUT V jack
r
s
n
t
p Composite, S-Video and analog audio jacks
(BD/DVD IN, VCR/DVR IN and OUT, CBL/SAT
IN, GAME IN, PC IN, TV/CD IN and PHONO IN)
q Multichannel input jacks
(FRONT L/R, CENTER, SURR L/R, SURR BACK
L/R and SUBWOOFER)
r PRE OUT jacks
(FRONT L/R, CENTER, SURR L/R,
SB/FH/FW* L/R, SUBWOOFER)
*
SB···Surround Back, FH···Front High, FW···Front Wide
s ZONE 2 PRE/LINE OUT jacks
t Speaker Terminals
(FRONT L/R, CENTER, SURR L/R,
SURR BACK L/R, FRONT HIGH L/R and
FRONT WIDE/ZONE 2 L/R)
l FM ANTENNA jack and AM ANTENNA terminal
m PC IN jack
n AC INLET
o GND screw
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See “Connecting the AV Receiver” for connection
(➔ pages 12 to 21).
Remote Controller
Controlling the AV Receiver
a
To control the AV receiver, press Receiver to select
Receiver mode.
You can also use the remote controller to control
Integra/Onkyo Blu-ray Disc/DVD player, CD player,
and other components.
See “Entering Remote Control Codes” for more
details (➔ page 71).
i
c
b
c
*1
For detailed information, see the pages in parentheses.
a 8Receiver button (22)
j*2
b Activities buttons (42, 74)
c Remote Mode/Input Selector buttons (23)
d SP Layout button (41)
k
*2
e Arrow q/w/e/r and Enter buttons
f Setup button (43)
d
d
e
a
f
g Listening Mode buttons (34)
h Dimmer button (40)
i Display button (41)
j Muting button (41)
l
m*2
k VOL q/w button (23)
l Return button
m Home button (40, 61)
n Sleep button (40)
■ Controlling the tuner
To control the AV receiver’s tuner, press Tuner (or
Receiver).
You can select AM or FM by pressing Tuner repeatedly.
g
a Arrow q/w buttons (28)
b D.TUN button (29)
c Display button
e
d CH +/– button (29)
e Number buttons (29)
h
b
*1
n
*2
When you want to change the remote controller mode (target
component) without changing the current input source, press
Mode and within about 8 seconds, press Remote Mode.
Then, using the same AV receiver’s remote controller, you
can control the component corresponding to the button you
pressed.
These buttons can also be used when a Remote Mode other
than receiver mode is selected. (Pressing Home switches to
Receiver mode.)
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Connections
Connecting the AV Receiver
Connecting Your Speakers
Connecting the Speaker Cables
The following illustration shows which speaker should be connected to each pair of terminals. If you’re using only one
surround back speaker, connect it to the SURR BACK L terminals.
Front high
right
Surround
right
Front wide
right
Front right
Surround
back right
■ Screw-type speaker terminals
Strip 1/2" to 5/8" (12 to 15 mm) of insulation from
the ends of the speaker cables, and twist the bare
wires tightly, as shown.
Front left
Front wide
left
Front high
left
Surround
back left
1/2" to 5/8" (12 to 15 mm)
■ Banana Plugs (North American models)
• If you are using banana plugs, tighten the speaker terminal before inserting the banana plug.
• Do not insert the speaker code directly into the center hole of the speaker terminal.
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Center
Surround
left
Speaker Configuration
Speaker Connection Precautions
The following table indicates the channels you should use
depending on the number of speakers that you have.
No matter how many speakers you use, a powered
subwoofer is recommended for a really powerful and solid
bass.
To get the best from your surround sound system, you
need to set the speaker settings automatically
(➔ page 31) or manually (➔ page 46).
Read the following before connecting your speakers:
• You can connect speakers with an impedance of between
4 and 16 ohms. If the impedance of any of the connected
speakers is 4 ohms or more, but less than 6 ohms, be sure
to set the minimum speaker impedance to “4ohms”
(➔ page 46). If you use speakers with a lower
impedance, and use the amplifier at high volume levels
for a long period of time, the built-in protection circuit
may be activated.
• Disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet before
making any connections.
• Read the instructions supplied with your speakers.
• Pay close attention to speaker wiring polarity. In other
words, connect positive (+) terminals only to positive (+)
terminals, and negative (–) terminals only to negative (–)
terminals. If you get them the wrong way around, the
sound will be out of phase and will sound unnatural.
• Unnecessarily long, or very thin speaker cables may
affect the sound quality and should be avoided.
• Be careful not to short the positive and negative wires.
Doing so may damage the AV receiver.
• Make sure the metal core of the wire does not have
contact with the AV receiver’s rear panel. Doing so may
damage the AV receiver.
Number of
speakers
2 3 4 5 6 7 7 7 8 8 9 9 9 10 11
Front speakers ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔
Center
speaker
✔
Surround
speakers
Surround back
speaker*1*2
Surround back
speakers*2
Front high
speakers*2
Front wide
speakers*2
*1
*2
✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔
✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔
✔
✔ ✔
✔
✔
✔ ✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔ ✔ ✔
✔ ✔ ✔ ✔
If you’re using only one surround back speaker, connect it to
the SURR BACK L terminals.
Front high, surround back and front wide speakers cannot be
used at the same time.
Attaching the Speaker Cable Labels
The speaker terminals are color-coded for identification
purpose.
Speaker
Color
Front left, Front high left, Front wide left,
Zone 2 left
White
Front right, Front high right, Front wide right,
Zone 2 right
Red
Center
Green
Surround left
Blue
Surround right
Gray
Surround back left
Brown
Surround back right
Tan
• Don’t connect more than one cable to each speaker
terminal. Doing so may damage the AV receiver.
• Don’t connect one speaker to several terminals.
The supplied speaker cable labels are also color-coded and
you should attach them to the positive (+) side of each
speaker cable in accordance with the table above. Then all
you need to do is to match the color of each label to the
corresponding speaker terminal.
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Using Dipole Speakers
You can use dipole speakers for the surround and surround back speakers. Dipole
speakers output the same sound in two directions.
Dipole speakers typically have an arrow printed on them to indicate how they should be
positioned. The surround dipole speakers (A) should be positioned so that their arrows
point toward the TV/screen, while the surround back dipole speakers (B) should be
positioned so that their arrows point toward each other, as shown.
TV/screen
A
A
B
B
Using a Powered Subwoofer
To find the best position for your subwoofer, while playing a
movie or some music with good bass, experiment by placing
your subwoofer at various positions within the room, and
choose the one that provides the most satisfying results.
You can connect the powered subwoofer with two
SUBWOOFER PRE OUT jacks respectively.
The same signal is output from each jack.
LINE INPUT
LINE INPUT
LINE INPUT
LINE INPUT
Tip
• If your subwoofer is unpowered and you’re using an external
amplifier, connect the subwoofer pre out jack to an input on the
amplifier.
Powered subwoofer
Corner
position
1/3 of wall
position
Bi-amping the Front Speakers
Important:
• When making the bi-amping connections, be sure to remove the
jumper bars that link the speakers’ tweeter (high) and woofer
(low) terminals.
• Bi-amping can be used only with speakers that support biamping. Refer to your speaker manual.
Bi-amping provides improved bass and treble performance.
When bi-amping is used, the AV receiver is able to drive up
to a 5.1 speaker system in the main room.
Once you’ve completed the bi-amping connections as shown
and turned on the AV receiver, you must set the speaker
setting to enable bi-amping (➔ page 46).
Tweeter (high)
Woofer (low)
Front right
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Front left
Connecting a Power Amplifier
If you want to use a more powerful power amplifier, you
can use the AV receiver as a preamp. Connect all speaker
outputs to the power amplifier. See the manuals supplied
with your amplifier for details.
Note
*1
Specify “None” for any channel that you don’t want to output
(➔ page 47).
SB···Surround Back, FH···Front High, FW···Front Wide
L
*1
R
Power amplifier
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About AV Connections
Connecting AV components
: Video & Audio
HDMI cable
AV receiver
TV, projector, etc.
Blu-ray Disc/DVD
player
: Video
Other cables
AV receiver
Game console
TV, projector, etc.
Blu-ray Disc/DVD
player
• Before making any AV connections, read the manuals supplied with your AV components.
• Don’t connect the power cord until you’ve completed and double-checked all AV connections.
• Push plugs in all the way to make good connections (loose connections can cause noise or
malfunctions).
• To prevent interference, keep audio and video cables away from power cords and speaker cables.
Signal
Cable
HDMI
Video
Component video
Jack
Y
Green
PB
Blue
PR
Red
HDMI connections can carry digital video and audio.
Component video separates the luminance (Y) and color
difference signals (PB, PR), providing the best picture
quality (some TV manufacturers label their component
video sockets slightly differently).
Analog RGB
This is a conventional analog interface to connect a PC and
a display device (also called D-Sub or D-subminiature).
S-Video
S-Video separates the luminance from color signals and
provides better picture quality than composite video.
V
Optical digital
audio
Analog audio
(RCA)
Multichannel
analog audio
(RCA)
Yellow
OPTICAL
Coaxial digital
audio
*
Right!
Description
HDMI
Composite video
Audio
Game console
Wrong!
AV Cables and Jacks
Video and
Audio
: Audio
Composite video is commonly used on TVs, VCRs, and
other video equipment.
Optical digital connections allow you to enjoy digital
sound such as PCM*, Dolby Digital or DTS. The audio
quality is the same as coaxial.
Orange
Coaxial digital connections allow you to enjoy digital
sound such as PCM*, Dolby Digital or DTS. The audio
quality is the same as optical.
L
White
Analog audio connections (RCA) carry analog audio.
R
Red
This cable carries multichannel analog audio and is
typically used to connect DVD players with a 7.1-channel
analog audio output. Several standard analog audio cables
can be used instead of a multichannel cable.
Available sampling rate for PCM input signal (stereo/mono) is 32/44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz. In case of an HDMI connection,
176.4/192 kHz is also available.
Note
• The AV receiver does not support SCART plugs.
• The AV receiver’s optical digital jacks have shutter-type covers that open when an optical plug is inserted and close when it’s removed.
Push plugs in all the way.
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Caution
• To prevent shutter damage, hold the optical plug straight when inserting and removing.
Connecting Components with HDMI
VCR or DVD recorder/Digital Video Recorder
Game console
TV, projector,
etc.
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player
Personal computer
Camcorder
Satellite/cable set-top box, etc.
Connect your components to the appropriate jacks. The default input assignments are shown below.
✔: Assignment can be changed (➔ page 45).
Jack
Input
Output
Components
Assignable
HDMI IN 1
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player
✔
HDMI IN 2
VCR or DVD recorder/Digital Video Recorder
✔
HDMI IN 3
Satellite/cable set-top box, etc.
✔
HDMI IN 4
Game console
✔
HDMI IN 5
Personal computer
✔
HDMI IN 6
Other components
✔
HDMI IN 7
Other components
✔
AUX Input HDMI
Camcorder
HDMI OUT MAIN
TV
HDMI OUT SUB
projector, etc.
See also:
• “Connection Tips and Video Signal Path” (➔ page 85)
• “Using an RIHD-compatible TV, Player, or Recorder” (➔ page 88)
• “About HDMI” (➔ page 90)
■ Audio Return Channel (ARC) function
Audio Return Channel (ARC) function enables an HDMI capable TV to send the audio stream to the HDMI OUT MAIN
of the AV receiver.
• This function can be used when:
– your TV is ARC capable, and
– the TV/CD input selector is selected, and
– “HDMI Control(RIHD)” is set to “On”(➔ page 58), and
– “Audio Return Channel” is set to “Auto” (➔ page 59).
Tip
• To listen to audio received by the HDMI IN jacks through your TV’s speakers:
– Set the “HDMI Control(RIHD)” setting to “On” (➔ page 58) for an p-compatible TV.
– Set the “Audio TV Out” setting to “On” (➔ page 59) when the TV is not compatible with p, or the “HDMI
Control(RIHD)” setting to “Off”.
– Set your Blu-ray Disc/DVD player’s HDMI audio output setting to PCM.
– To listen to TV audio through the AV receiver, see “Connecting Your Components” (➔ page 18).
Note
• When listening to an HDMI component through the AV receiver, set the HDMI component so that its video can be seen on the TV
screen (on the TV, select the input of the HDMI component connected to the AV receiver). If the TV power is off or the TV is set to
another input source, this may result in no sound from the AV receiver or the sound may be cut off.
• As the “Audio TV Out” setting is set to “On” (➔ page 59) to hear from your TV speakers, the sound will also be output from the AV
receiver’s speakers if you adjust the volume of the AV receiver. Similarly, as the “HDMI Control(RIHD)” setting is set to “On”
(➔ page 58) to hear from the speakers of an p-compatible TV, the AV receiver’s speakers will produce sound if you adjust
the volume of the AV receiver, while the TV speakers will be muted. To stop the AV receiver’s speakers from producing sound, you
can either change the settings on the AV receiver or on the TV, or turn down the volume of the AV receiver.
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Connecting Your Components
The on-screen menus appear only on a TV that is connected to the HDMI OUT MAIN. If your TV is connected to
other video outputs, use the AV receiver’s display when changing settings.
AB C
D
E F
G
H
J
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Connect your components to the appropriate jacks. The default input assignments are shown below. See “Connection
Tips and Video Signal Path” for more information (➔ page 85).
✔: Assignment can be changed (➔ page 45).
No.
Jack/Port
Components
A
USB*1
iPod/iPhone, MP3 player, USB flash drive
B
USB, AUX Input Video*2
iPod/iPhone (video playback)
C
AUX Input
Camcorder, etc.
D
DIGITAL IN
Video
Assignable
Audio L/R
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
1 (BD/DVD)
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player
✔
2 (VCR/DVR)
VCR or DVD recorder/digital video recorder, RI
dock
✔
3 (CBL/SAT)
Satellite/cable set-top box, RI dock, etc.
✔
1 (GAME)
Game console
✔
2 (TV/CD)
TV, CD player
✔
UNIVERSAL PORT
Universal port option dock (UP-A1 etc.)
F
ETHERNET
Router
G
MONITOR OUT
TV, projector, etc.
BD/DVD IN
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player
VCR/DVR IN
VCR or DVD recorder/digital video recorder, RI
dock
CBL/SAT IN
Satellite/cable set-top box, etc.
E
GAME IN
Game console, RI dock
PC IN
Personal computer
TV/CD IN
TV, CD player, cassette tape deck, MD, CD-R,
Turntable*3, RI dock
PHONO IN
Turntable*3
COMPONENT
VIDEO
H
IN 1 (BD/DVD)
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player, RI dock
✔
IN 2 (CBL/SAT)
Satellite/cable set-top box, RI dock, etc.
✔
IN 3 (GAME)
Game console
✔
MONITOR OUT
TV, projector, etc.
I
PC IN*4
Personal computer
J
Multichannel input*5
DVD player, DVD-Audio, Super Audio CDcapable player, MPEG decorder
Note
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
Do not connect the AV receiver’s USB port to a USB port on your computer. Music on your computer cannot be played through the
AV receiver in this way.
When USB input is selected, you can input video signals from the AUX Input Video jack.
Connect a turntable (MM) that has a built-in phono preamp to TV/CD IN, or connect it to PHONO IN with the phono preamp turned
off. If your turntable (MM) doesn’t have a phono preamp, connect it to PHONO IN. If your turntable has a moving coil (MC) type
cartridge, you’ll need a commercially available MC head amp or MC transformer to connect to PHONO IN. See your turntable’s
manual for details.
If your turntable has a ground wire, connect it to the AV receiver’s GND screw. With some turntables, connecting the ground wire
may produce an audible hum. If this happens, disconnect it.
When you connect your personal computer to PC IN and select the PC input selector, the video of the personal computer is output
from the HDMI outputs. However, if you have assigned the HDMI inputs to the PC input selector, the AV receiver will output
signals received from the HDMI inputs instead of signals from PC IN. To have the signals output from PC IN, select “- - - - -” for
“PC” in the “HDMI Input” setting (➔ page 45).
To select the multichannel input, select the BD/DVD input selector and see “Audio Selector” (➔ page 55). To adjust the
subwoofer sensitivity for the multichannel input, see “Subwoofer Input Sensitivity” (➔ page 46).
• With connection D, you can enjoy Dolby Digital and DTS. (To record or listen the audio in Zone 2 as well, use D and
G.)
• With connection G, you can listen to and record audio from external components while you are in Zone 2.
• With connection G, if your Blu-ray Disc/DVD player has both the main stereo and multichannel outputs, be sure to
connect to the main stereo.
■ How to record a video source
With the connections described above, you cannot record the videos through the AV receiver. See “Recording” about
connections for video recording (➔ page 42).
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Connecting Integra/Onkyo u Components
1
Make sure that each Integra/Onkyo component is
connected with an analog audio cable (connection
G in the hookup examples) (➔ page 18).
2
3
Make the u connection (see the illustration).
If you’re using an RI Dock, or cassette tape deck,
change the Input Display (➔ page 41).
With u (Remote Interactive), you can use the following
special functions:
■ System On/Auto Power On
When you start playback on a component connected via
u while the AV receiver is on Standby, the AV
receiver will automatically turn on and select that
component as the input source.
■ Direct Change
When playback is started on a component connected via
u, the AV receiver automatically selects that
component as the input source.
■ Remote Control
You can use the AV receiver’s remote controller to
control your other u-capable Integra/Onkyo
components, pointing the remote controller at the AV
receiver’s remote control sensor instead of the
component. You must enter the appropriate remote
control code first (➔ page 72).
e.g., CD player
RI Dock
R
L
ANALOG
AUDIO OUT
R
L
ANALOG
AUDIO OUT
Note
• Use only u cables for u connections. u cables are supplied
with Integra/Onkyo components.
• Some components have two u jacks. You can connect either
one to the AV receiver. The other jack is for connecting
additional u-capable components.
• Connect only Integra/Onkyo components to u jacks.
Connecting other manufacturer’s components may cause a
malfunction.
• Some components may not support all u functions. Refer to
the manuals supplied with your Integra/Onkyo components.
• While Zone 2 is on, the System On/Auto Power On and Direct
Change u functions do not work.
Connecting a Recording Component
See “Recording” for details on recording (➔ page 42).
L
R
AUDIO
IN
VCR, DVD recorder,
cassette tape deck,
CDR, MD recorder, etc.
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VIDEO
IN
Note
• The AV receiver must be turned on for recording. Recording is
not possible while it’s in standby mode.
• If you want to record directly from your TV or playback VCR to
the recording VCR without going through the AV receiver,
connect the TV/VCR’s audio and video outputs directly to the
recording VCR’s audio and video inputs. See the manuals
supplied with your TV and VCR for details.
• Video signals connected to composite video inputs can be
recorded only via composite video outputs. For example, if your
TV/VCR is connected to a composite video input, the recording
VCR must be connected to a composite video output.
• The surround sound and DSP listening modes cannot be
recorded.
• Copy-protected Blu-ray Discs and DVDs cannot be recorded.
• Sources connected to a digital input cannot be recorded. Only
analog inputs can be recorded.
• DTS signals will be recorded as noise, so don’t attempt analog
recording of DTS CDs or LDs.
Connecting the Antennas
This section explains how to connect the supplied indoor FM antenna and AM loop antenna.
The AV receiver won’t pick up any radio signals without any antenna connected, so you must connect the antenna to use
the tuner.
North American models
Push.
Insert wire.
Release.
Insert the plug fully
into the jack.
Insert the plug fully
into the jack.
Assembling the AM loop antenna
Australian and Chinese
models
Caution
• Be careful not to injure yourself
when using thumbtacks.
Thumbtacks, etc.
AM loop antenna (supplied)
Indoor FM antenna (supplied)
Note
• Once your AV receiver is ready for use, you’ll need to tune into a radio station and position the antenna to achieve the best possible
reception.
• Keep the AM loop antenna as far away as possible from your AV receiver, TV, speaker cables, and power cords.
Tip
• If you cannot achieve good reception with the supplied indoor FM antenna, try a commercially available outdoor FM antenna instead.
• If you cannot achieve good reception with the supplied indoor AM loop antenna, try using it with a commercially available outdoor
AM antenna.
Connecting the Power Cord
1
Connect the supplied power cord to the AV
receiver’s AC INLET.
To AC wall outlet
2
Plug the power cord into an AC wall outlet.
Note
• Before connecting the power cord, connect all of your
speakers and AV components.
• Turning on the AV receiver may cause a momentary power
surge that might interfere with other electrical equipment on the
same circuit. If this is a problem, plug the AV receiver into a
different branch circuit.
• Do not use a power cord other than the one supplied with the AV
receiver. The supplied power cord is designed exclusively for
use with the AV receiver and should not be used with any other
equipment.
• Never disconnect the power cord from the AV receiver while the
other end is still plugged into a wall outlet. Doing so may cause
an electric shock. Always disconnect the power cord from the
wall outlet first, and then the AV receiver.
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Turning On & Basic Operations
Turning On/Off the AV Receiver
8On/Standby
8Receiver
Receiver
Turning On
1
Press 8On/Standby on the front panel.
or
Press Receiver followed by 8Receiver on the remote controller.
The AV receiver comes on, the display lights.
Turning Off
1
Press 8On/Standby on the front panel.
or
Press Receiver followed by 8Receiver on the remote controller.
The AV receiver will enter standby mode. To prevent any loud surprises when you turn on the AV receiver, always
turn down the volume before you turn it off.
Tip
• For details on power management settings, see “Auto Standby” (➔ page 60).
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Playback
The on-screen menus appear only on a TV that is
connected to the HDMI OUT MAIN. If your TV is
connected to other video outputs, use the AV
receiver’s display when changing settings.
Controlling Contents of USB or
Network Devices
See “Controlling Other Components” about the operation
of other components (➔ page 71).
This section describes the procedure for using the
remote controller unless otherwise specified.
Press USB or NET first.
Selecting the Language for the
Onscreen Setup Menus
h
You can determine the language used for the onscreen
setup menus. See “Language” in the “OSD Setup”
(➔ page 57).
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Playing the Connected Component
■ Operating with the remote controller
1
2
3
4
Press Receiver followed by Input Selector.
Start playback on the source component.
See also:
• “Playing an iPod/iPhone via USB” (➔ page 24)
• “Playing a USB Device” (➔ page 25)
• “Listening to Internet Radio” (➔ page 25)
• “Playing Music Files on a Server” (➔ page 27)
• “Remote Playback” (➔ page 27)
• “Listening to AM/FM Radio” (➔ page 28)
• “iPod/iPhone Playback via Onkyo Dock”
(➔ page 68)
• “Controlling Other Components” (➔ page 71)
To adjust the volume, use VOL q/w.
Select a listening mode and enjoy!
See also:
• “Using the Listening Modes” (➔ page 34)
• “Audyssey” (➔ page 52)
■ Operating on the AV receiver
1
2
3
4
a
b
Use the input selector buttons to select the input
source.
Start playback on the source component.
To adjust the volume, use the Master Volume
control.
Select a listening mode and enjoy!
c
d
e
f
g
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
a Top Menu
This button displays the top menu for each media or service.
b q/w and Enter
These buttons navigate through the menus.
e/r
This button cycles through pages.
Playlist e/r
In Standard Mode (iPod/iPhone), this button selects
playlists.
c 1
This button starts playback.
d 7
This button selects the beginning of the current song.
Pressing this button twice selects the previous song.
e 5
This button fast-reverses the current song.
f 3
This button pauses playback.
g Search
You can toggle between the playback screen and the list
screen during playback.
h Display
This button switches between song informations.
i Album +/–
In Standard Mode (iPod/iPhone), this button selects albums.
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j Menu
This button returns to top menu of the Internet Radio
service.
k Return
This button returns to the previous menu.
l 6
This button selects the next song.
m 4
This button fast-forwards the current song.
n 2
This button stops playback.
o Mode
You can switch between Standard Mode and Extended
Mode during iPod/iPhone playback.
Playing an iPod/iPhone via USB
This section explains how to play music/video files on the
iPod/iPhone.
Compatible iPod/iPhone models
Made for:
iPod touch (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation), iPod classic,
iPod with video, iPod nano (1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th
generation), iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G, iPhone
1
2
Press USB to select the “USB” input.
3
Press Mode repeatedly to switch to Extended
Mode (Music) or Extended Mode (Video).
A list of your iPod/iPhone model’s contents appears.
To open a folder, use q/w to select it, and then press
Enter.
p Random
This button performs random playback.
q Repeat
Press this button repeatedly to cycle through the repeat
modes.
Note
• The buttons you can use will differ depending on the devices and
media used for playback.
Tip
Understanding Icons on the Display
• With the default settings, the iPod/iPhone is operated in
Standard Mode.
• Pressing Mode repeatedly switches back to Standard
Mode.
• When you disconnect the iPod/iPhone, the AV receiver
stores the mode. This means that if you disconnect when in
Extended Mode (Music), the AV receiver will start in
Extended Mode (Music) the next time you connect the
iPod/iPhone.
• You can also use q/w, Enter and Tuning Mode buttons
on the front panel. Tuning Mode allows you to switch
modes.
• When connecting your iPod/iPhone with a USB cable, we
recommend you use an official USB cable from Apple Inc.
This section describes icons that appear on the display
during media playback.
Displayed Icons
Icon
Description
Folder
Track
Playback
Pause
4
Fast Forward
Fast Reverse
Artist
Album
Repeat One Track
Repeat Folder (USB Device)
Repeat
Shuffle
Shuffle Album (iPod/iPhone)
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Connect the USB cable that comes with the
iPod/iPhone to the USB port on the front of the AV
receiver.
While reading the contents of your iPod/iPhone, the
message “Connecting...” appears on the display.
The USB indicator lights. It will flash if the AV
receiver cannot read the iPod/iPhone.
Use q/w to select a music/video file, and press
Enter or 1 to start playback.
Note
• Do not disconnect the USB device or USB cable that comes with
iPod/iPhone from the USB port at the front of the AV receiver,
while the message “Connecting...” appears on the display.
• If you connect an iPod or iPhone to the USB port on this device,
no sound will be output from the headphones jack.
Extended Mode (Music) control
The music content information is displayed (lists are
displayed), and you can control the music content while
looking at the screen.
Top screen list:
Playlists, Artists, Albums, Genres, Songs, Composers,
Shuffle Songs, Now Playing.
Extended Mode (Video) control
The video content information is displayed (lists are
displayed), and you can control the video content while
looking at the screen.
Top screen list:
Movies, Music Videos, TV Shows, Video Podcasts,
Rentals.
Listening to Internet Radio
You need to connect the AV receiver to your home
network (➔ page 91).
You can select Internet radio stations by connecting to the
AV receiver from your computer and selecting stations in
your web browser.
Internet radio URLs in the following formats are
supported: PLS, M3U, and podcast (RSS). However,
depending on the type of data or audio format used by the
Internet radio station, you may not be able to listen to
some stations.
Note
• Services available may vary depending on the region. See the
separate instructions for more information.
Note
• To view the video contents of your iPod/iPhone, connect it to the
USB port and AUX Input Video jack on the AV receiver’s
front panel, using the official Apple Composite AV Cable.
• Depending on your iPod/iPhone model and generation, the
displayed items may vary and the support for Extended Mode
(Video) is not guaranteed.
Standard Mode control
The content information is not displayed, but can be
operated using the iPod/iPhone or the remote controller
(USB).
Note
• The following iPod models are not supported in Standard Mode.
(They can only be controlled in Extended Mode).
– iPod with video
– iPod nano (1st generation)
Listening to vTuner Internet Radio
This unit includes the full vTuner Internet Radio Service
at no additional charge. Once you have connected your
unit to the Internet you can select vTuner Internet Radio to
search for and play Internet radio stations and podcasts at
any time. To enhance your Internet radio experience, the
http://onkyo.vtuner.com/ portal is available to you as an
easy way to browse to find stations, set up/organize your
favorites, add your own stations, get help, etc. After the
first time you try vTuner Internet Radio on your unit you
can use the MAC Address of your unit to create a member
login account (email address and password) on the
http://onkyo.vtuner.com/ portal. To verify your MAC
Address, please see “Network” (➔ page 60).
1
Press NET.
The “NET” screen appears, and the NET indicator
lights. If it flashes, verify that the Ethernet cable is
firmly connected to the AV receiver.
2
Use q/w/e/r to select “vTuner Internet Radio”
and then press Enter.
Playing a USB Device
This section explains how to play music files from a USB
device (e.g., USB flash drives and MP3 players).
See also:
• “Network/USB Features” (➔ page 91).
1
2
Press USB to select the “USB” input.
Plug your USB device into the AV receiver’s USB
port.
The USB indicator lights. It will flash if the AV
receiver cannot read the USB device.
3
Press Enter.
A list of the device’s contents appears. To open a
folder, use q/w to select it, and then press Enter.
4
Use q/w to select a music file, and press Enter or
1 to start playback.
Note
• Do not disconnect the USB device or USB cable that comes with
iPod/iPhone from the USB port at the front of the AV receiver,
while the message “Connecting...” appears on the display.
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Use q/w to select a program and then press Enter.
Playback starts.
My Music
0 : 11
Greate Artist
My Favorite
Press Menu to enable selection from the following
menu items.
` Stations like this:
Stations like the one currently being played
back are displayed.
` Add to My Favorites:
Adds a station to My Favorites list.
Press Top Menu to go to the top menu of the
Internet Radio services.
Tip
• By pressing Search, you can toggle between the playback
screen and the radio list screen.
Listening to Other Internet Radio
To listen to other internet radio stations, insert the
following step after step 1 in the “Listening to vTuner
Internet Radio” section.
1
On your computer, start your web browser and
enter the AV receiver’s IP address in the browser’s
Internet address (URL) field.
The browser connects to the AV receiver (WEB
Setup Menu).
Note
• The AV receiver’s IP address is shown on “IP Address”
(➔ page 60).
• If you’re using DHCP, your router may not always allocate
the same IP address to the AV receiver, so if you find that
you can’t connect to the AV receiver, recheck the AV
receiver’s IP address on the “Network” screen.
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2
3
Click on the “My Favorites” tab.
4
5
Click “Save” to save the Internet radio station.
Enter the preset name and Internet address
(URL).
The Internet radio station is then added to “My
Favorites”.
Registering My Favorites*1
You can add the currently playing song or station to the
“My Favorites”. You can save up to 40 Internet radio
stations.
Once you’ve added a station to the list, simply select it in
the “My Favorites” menu, and then press Enter to start
playback.
*1 From the search results you can save the stations and songs
but cannot listen to them directly.
■ Top menu of Internet Radio
`Create new station:
Add a favorite station or Internet radio to the My
Favorites.
`Rename this station:
You can rename the stations and songs saved in “My
Favorites” list.
`Delete from My Favorites:
You can delete the stations and songs saved in “My
Favorites” list.
1
Press Menu with the station selected or while a
song is playing.
2
Use q/w to select “Add to My Favorites”, and press
Enter.
3
Use q/w/e/r to select “OK”, and then press
Enter.
a
Tip
• If you choose to rename the station, see “Name Edit”
(➔ page 53).
Playing Music Files on a Server
You need to connect the AV receiver to your home
network (➔ page 91).
This section explains how to play music files on a
computer or media server through the AV receiver (Server
Playback).
Windows Media Player 11 Setup
This section explains how to configure Windows Media
Player 11 so that the AV receiver can play the music files
stored on your computer.
1
2
Start Windows Media Player 11.
3
Select the “Share my media” check box, and then
click “OK”.
On the “Library” menu, select “Media Sharing”.
The “Media Sharing” dialog box appears.
1
2
Start your computer or media server.
Press NET.
The “NET” screen appears. The NET indicator
lights. If it flashes, confirm the network connection.
4
Select the AV receiver in the list, and then click
“Allow”.
3
Use q/w/e/r to select “dlna”, and press Enter.
5
Click “OK” to close the dialog box.
This completes the Windows Media Player 11
configuration.
You can now play the music files in your Windows
Media Player 11 library through the AV receiver.
Tip
• To go back to the previous screen, press Return.
4
Use q/w to select a server, and then press Enter.
The menu is displayed according to the server
functions.
Tip
• Windows Media Player 11 can be downloaded for free
from the Microsoft web site.
Note
• The search function does not work with media servers
which do not support this function.
• Photos and movies stored on a media server cannot be
accessed from the AV receiver.
• Depending on the sharing settings in the media server, the
AV receiver may not able to access the content. See the
instruction manual of the media server.
5
Use q/w to select an item, and then press Enter or
1 to start playback.
Remote Playback
You need to connect the AV receiver to your home
network (➔ page 91).
Remote Playback means you can play the music files
stored on a media server or personal computer with the
AV receiver by operating the controller device in the
home network.
Windows Media Player 12 Setup
My favorite song 1
0 : 11
Artist name
My favorite album
Note
• Depending on the media server, 5/4/3 may not
work.
• If the message “No Item.” appears, this means that no
information can be retrieved from the server. In this case,
check your server, network, and AV receiver connections.
This section explains how to configure Windows Media
Player 12 so that the AV receiver can play the music files
stored on your personal computer.
1
2
Start Windows Media Player 12.
3
Move your cursor and click on “Turn on media
streaming”.
A list of media server appears. Wording may vary
slightly depending on the network location.
4
Select the product in the list, and then click
“Allowed”.
5
Click “OK” to close the dialog box.
This completes the Windows Media Player 12
configuration.
You can now play the music files in your Windows
Media Player 12 library.
On the “Stream” menu, select “Turn on media
streaming”.
A dialog box appears.
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Using Remote Playback
Listening to AM/FM Radio
1
Start Windows Media Player 12.
To enable remote playback, you must first configure
Windows Media Player 12.
This section describes the procedure using the
buttons on the front panel unless otherwise specified.
2
Press NET.
The “NET” screen appears. The NET indicator
lights. If it flashes, verify the network connection.
3
Use q/w/e/r to select “dlna”, and press Enter.
A list of media server appears.
Note
• Remote playback cannot be used while the music files of
another media server are being played. You must stop their
playback first.
4
5
6
Using the Tuner
With the built-in tuner you can enjoy AM and FM radio
stations. You can store your favorite stations as presets for
quick selection.
You can also change the frequency steps (➔ page 58).
1
On Windows Media Player 12, right-click on a
music file.
The right-click menu appears. For selecting another
media server, select the desired media server from the
“Other Libraries” menu on Windows Media Player
12.
Select the AV receiver from the right-click menu.
The “Play to” window appears and playback on the
product starts. Operations during remote playback
can be made from the “Play to” window of Windows
7 on your personal computer. During remote
playback, operations (such as Playback, Pause, Fast
Forward, Fast Rewind, Previous, Next, Repeat,
Random) cannot be made.
Adjusting the Volume
You can adjust the volume by adjusting the volume
bar in the “Remote playback” window. The default
maximum volume level is 82 (0dB). If you wish to
change this, enter the value from the Web Setup in
your browser.
The volume value of the remote window and the
volume value of the AV receiver may not always
match.
Adjustments you make to the volume in the AV
receiver will not be reflected in the “Remote
playback” window.
Press Tuner to select either “AM” or “FM”.
In this example, FM has been selected.
Each time you press Tuner, the radio band changes
between AM and FM.
Band
Frequency
(Actual display depends on the country.)
Tuning into Radio Stations
■ Auto tuning mode
1
Press Tuning Mode so that the AUTO indicator
lights on the display.
2
Press Tuning q/w.
Searching stops when a station is found.
When tuned into a station, the TUNED indicator
lights. When tuned into a stereo FM station, the FM
STEREO indicator lights on the display, as shown.
TUNED
AUTO
FM STEREO
Tip
• Tuning into weak FM stereo stations
If the signal from a stereo FM station is weak, it may be
impossible to get good reception. In this case, switch to
manual tuning mode and listen to the station in mono.
■ Manual tuning mode
In manual tuning mode, FM stations will be in mono.
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1
Press Tuning Mode so that the AUTO indicator
goes off on the display.
2
Press and hold Tuning q/w.
The frequency stops changing when you release the
button.
Press the buttons repeatedly to change the frequency
one step at a time.
■ Tuning into stations by frequency
You can tune into AM and FM stations directly by
entering the appropriate frequency.
■ Deleting Presets
1
Select the preset that you want to delete.
See the previous section.
1
2
While holding down Memory, press Tuning
Mode.
The preset is deleted and its number disappears from
the display.
On the remote controller, press Tuner repeatedly
to select “AM” or “FM”, followed by D.TUN.
(Actual display depends on the country.)
2
Within 8 seconds, use the number buttons to enter
the frequency of the radio station.
For example, to tune to 87.5 (FM), press 8, 7, 5.
If you have entered the wrong number, you can retry
after 8 seconds.
Presetting AM/FM Stations
You can store a combination of up to 40 of your favorite
AM/FM radio stations as presets.
1
Tune into the AM/FM station that you want to
store as a preset.
See the previous section.
2
Press Memory.
The preset number flashes.
(Actual display depends on the country.)
3
While the preset number is flashing (about 8
seconds), use Preset e/rto select a preset from 1
through 40.
4
Press Memory again to store the station or
channel.
The station or channel is stored and the preset number
stops flashing.
Repeat this procedure for all of your favorite AM/FM
radio stations.
Note
• You can name your radio presets for easy identification
(➔ page 53). Its name is displayed instead of the band and
frequency.
■ Selecting Presets
1
To select a preset, use Preset e/r on the AV
receiver, or the remote controller’s CH +/–.
Using RDS (excluding North American
models)
RDS works only in areas where RDS broadcasts are
available.
When tuned into an RDS station, the RDS indicator lights.
When the station is broadcasting text information, the text
can be displayed.
■ What is RDS?
RDS stands for Radio Data System and is a method of
transmitting data in FM radio signals. It was developed by
the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and is available
in most European countries. Many FM stations use it these
days. In addition to displaying text information, RDS can
also help you find radio stations by type (e.g., news, sport,
rock, etc.).
The AV receiver supports four types of RDS information:
PS (Program Service)
When tuned to an RDS station that’s broadcasting PS
information, the station’s name will be displayed. Pressing
Display will display the frequency for 3 seconds.
RT (Radio Text)
When tuned to an RDS station that’s broadcasting text
information, the text will be shown on the display as
described in the next section.
PTY (Program Type)
This allows you to search for RDS radio stations by type
(➔ page 30).
TP (Traffic Program)
This allows you to search for RDS radio stations that
broadcast traffic information (➔ page 30).
Note
• In some cases, the text characters displayed on the AV receiver
may not be identical to those broadcast by the radio station. Also,
unexpected characters may be displayed when unsupported
characters are received. This is not a malfunction.
• If the signal from an RDS station is weak, RDS data may be
displayed intermittently or not at all.
Tip
• You can also use the remote controller’s number buttons to
select a preset directly.
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■ Displaying Radio Text (RT)
1
Press RT/PTY/TP once.
The RT information scrolls across the display.
Note
• The message “Waiting” may appear while the AV receiver
waits for the RT information.
• If the message “No Text Data” appears on the display, no
RT information is available.
Display
None
None
News reports
News
Current affairs
Affairs
Information
Info
Sport
Education
Educate
Drama
Drama
Culture
Culture
■ Finding Stations by Type (PTY)
Science and technology
Science
Varied
Varied
You can search for radio stations by type.
Pop music
Pop M
Rock music
Rock M
Middle of the road music
Easy M
2
3
4
30
Type
Sport
1
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RDS program types (PTY)
Press RT/PTY/TP twice.
The current program type appears on the display.
Light classics
Light M
Use Preset e/r to select the type of program you
want.
See the table shown later in this chapter.
Serious classics
Classics
Other music
Other M
Weather
Weather
To start the search, press Enter.
The AV receiver searches until it finds a station of the
type you specified, at which point it stops briefly
before continuing with the search.
Finance
Finance
Children’s programmes
Children
When a station you want to listen to is found, press
Enter.
If no stations are found, the message “Not Found”
appears.
Phone in
Phone In
Travel
Travel
Social affairs
Social
Religion
Religion
Leisure
Leisure
Jazz music
Jazz
Country music
Country
National music
Nation M
■ Listening to Traffic News (TP)
Oldies music
Oldies
You can search for stations that broadcast traffic news.
Folk music
Folk M
1
Press RT/PTY/TP three times.
If the current radio station is broadcasting TP (Traffic
Program), “[TP]” will appear on the display, and
traffic news will be heard as and when it’s broadcast.
If “TP” without square brackets appears, this means
that the station is not broadcasting TP.
2
To locate a station that is broadcasting TP, press
Enter.
The AV receiver searches until it finds a station that’s
broadcasting TP.
If no stations are found, the message “Not Found”
appears.
Documentary
Document
Alarm test
TEST
Alarm
Alarm!
Using Basic Functions
Using the Automatic Speaker Setup
With the supplied calibrated microphone,
Audyssey MultEQ® XT automatically determines the
number of speakers connected, their size for purposes of
bass management, optimum crossover frequencies to the
subwoofer (if present), and distances from the primary
listening position.
Audyssey MultEQ XT then removes the distortion caused
by room acoustics by capturing room acoustical problems
over the listening area in both the frequency and time
domain. The result is clear, well-balanced sound for
everyone. Audyssey MultEQ XT can be used with
Audyssey Dynamic EQ® and
Audyssey Dynamic Volume® (➔ page 52).
Before using this function, connect and position all of
your speakers.
Audyssey MultEQ XT offers two ways of measuring: the
“Audyssey Quick Start” and “Audyssey MultEQ XT
Full Calibration”.
• “Audyssey Quick Start” uses the measurement from
one position to perform the speaker setting only.
• “Audyssey MultEQ XT Full Calibration” uses the
measurement from eight positions to correct room
response in addition to the speaker setting.
The Quick Start takes 2 minutes and Full Calibration takes
about 20 minutes.
Total measurement time varies depending on the number
of speakers.
TV
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cab
gh
: Listening area
Note
• Make the room as quiet as possible. Background noise and Radio
Frequency Interference (RFI) can disrupt the room
measurements. Close windows, televisions, radios, air
conditioners, fluorescent lights, home appliances, light dimmers,
or other devices. Turn off the cell phone (even if it is not in use)
or place it away from all audio electronics.
• The microphone picks up test tones played through each speaker
as Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and Speaker Setup
run.
• Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and Speaker Setup
cannot be performed while a pair of headphones is connected.
1
Turn on the AV receiver and the connected TV.
On the TV, select the input to which the AV receiver
is connected.
2
Set the speaker setup microphone at the Main
Listening Position a, and connect it to the Setup
Mic jack.
Measurement procedure
To create a listening environment in your home theater
that all listeners will enjoy, Audyssey MultEQ XT takes
measurements at up to eight positions within the listening
area. Position the microphone at ear height of a seated
listener with the microphone tip pointed directly at the
ceiling using a tripod. Do not hold the microphone in your
hand during measurements as this will produce inaccurate
results.
■ First measurement position
Also referred to as the Main Listening Position this
refers to the most central position where one would
normally sit within the listening environment.
Audyssey MultEQ XT uses the measurements from
this position to calculate speaker distance, level,
polarity, and the optimum crossover value for the
subwoofer.
a to h: Listening position
Setup Mic jack
Speaker setup microphone
The speaker setting menu appears.
Note
• The on-screen menus appear only on a TV that is connected
to the HDMI OUT MAIN. If your TV is connected to other
video outputs, use the AV receiver’s display when
changing settings.
■ Second−eighth measurement positions
These are the other listening positions (i.e., the places
where the other listeners will sit). You can measure up
to eight positions.
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3
When you’ve finished making the settings, press
Enter.
9
Use q/w to select an option, and then press Enter.
MultEQ XT: Auto Setup
AUDYSSEY
MultEQ XT: Auto Setup
-- Review Speaker Configuration --
AUDYSSEY
Speakers Type(Front)
Powered Zone 2
Subwoofer
Subwoofer
Front
Center
Surround
Front Wide
Front High
Surround Back
Surround Back Ch
Normal
No
Yes
Perform the “Speaker Setup” according to your
speaker configuration:
The options are:
` Save:
Save the calculated settings and exit
Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and
Speaker Setup.
` Cancel:
Cancel Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction
and Speaker Setup.
If you use a powered subwoofer(s), go to step 4. If
not, go to step 5.
When an optional unit is connected to the
UNIVERSAL PORT jack on the AV receiver, the
optional unit setting may appear on the speaker
setting menu.
Adjust the subwoofer volume level to 75 dB.
Test tones are played through the subwoofer. Use the
volume control on the subwoofer.
Note
• You can view the calculated settings for the speaker
configuration, speaker distances, and speaker levels by
using e/r.
Note
• If your subwoofer does not have a volume control,
disregard the displayed level and press Enter to proceed to
the next step.
• If you set the subwoofer’s volume control to its maximum
and the level displayed is lower than 75 dB, leave the
subwoofer’s volume control at its maximum and press
Enter to proceed to the next step.
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5
Use q/w to select “Audyssey Quick Start” or
“Audyssey MultEQ XT Full Calibration”.
6
Press Enter.
Audyssey MultEQ® XT Room Correction and
Speaker Setup starts.
Test tones are played through each speaker as
Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and Speaker
Setup runs. This process takes a few minutes. Please
refrain from talking during measurements and do
not stand between speakers and the microphone.
Do not disconnect the speaker setup microphone
during Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and
Speaker Setup, unless you want to cancel the setup.
If you select “Audyssey Quick Start”, you will go to
step 9.
7
Place the setup microphone at the next position,
and then press Enter.
Audyssey MultEQ XT performs more measurements.
This takes a few minutes.
8
When prompted, repeat step 7.
Yes
100Hz
40Hz
100Hz
None
None
120Hz
2ch
Save
Cancel
– Speakers Type(Front) (➔ page 46)
– Powered Zone 2 (➔ page 46)
– Subwoofer (➔ page 47)
4
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
10
Use q/w to select a target, and use e/r to change
the setting.
After the results of Audyssey MultEQ XT have been
saved, the menu will display the “Audyssey”
(➔ page 52), “Dynamic EQ” (➔ page 52),
“Dynamic Volume” (➔ page 52) settings.
Note
• When “Audyssey Quick Start” has been used for
measurement, “Audyssey” cannot be selected.
• These settings are applied to all input selectors.
11
12
Press Enter.
Disconnect the speaker setup microphone.
Note
• You can cancel Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and
Speaker Setup at any point in this procedure simply by
disconnecting the setup microphone.
• Do not connect or disconnect any speakers during
Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and Speaker Setup.
• If the AV receiver is muted, it will be unmuted automatically
when Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and Speaker
Setup starts.
• Changes to the room after Audyssey MultEQ XT Room
Correction and Speaker Setup requires you run
Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and Speaker Setup
again, as room EQ characteristics may have changed.
Error Messages
Changing the Speaker Setup Manually
While Audyssey MultEQ® XT Room Correction and
Speaker Setup is in progress, one of the error messages
below may appear.
You can manually make changes to the settings found
during Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and
Speaker Setup.
See also:
• “Speaker Configuration” (➔ page 47)
• “Speaker Distance” (➔ page 48)
• “Level Calibration” (➔ page 48)
• “Equalizer Settings” (➔ page 49)
MultEQ XT: Auto Setup
AUDYSSEY
Ambient noise is too high.
Error message
Retry
Cancel
The options are:
` Retry:
Try again.
` Cancel:
Cancel Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and
Speaker Setup.
• Ambient noise is too high.
The background noise is too loud. Remove the source of
the noise and try again.
• Speaker Matching Error!
The number of speakers detected was different from
that of the first measurement. Check the speaker
connection.
• Writing Error!
This message appears if saving fails. Try saving again.
If this message appears after 2 or 3 attempts, contact the
dealer from whom you purchased this unit.
• Speaker Detect Error
This message appears if a speaker is not detected. “No”
means that no speaker was detected.
Tip
• See “Speaker Configuration” for appropriate settings
(➔ page 13).
Note
• Please note that THX recommends any THX main speakers be
set to “80Hz(THX)”. If you set up your speakers using
Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and Speaker Setup,
please make sure manually that any THX speakers are set to
“80Hz(THX)” crossover (➔ page 47).
• Sometimes due to the electrical complexities of subwoofers and
the interaction with the room, THX recommends setting the
level and the distance of the subwoofer manually.
• Sometimes due to interaction with the room, you may notice
irregular results when setting the level and/or distance of the
main speakers. If this happens, THX recommends setting them
manually.
Using a Powered Subwoofer
If you’re using a powered subwoofer and it outputs very
low-frequency sound at a low volume level, it may not be
detected by Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and
Speaker Setup.
If the “Subwoofer” appears on the “Review Speaker
Configuration” screen as “No”, increase the subwoofer’s
volume to the half-way point, set it to its highest crossover
frequency, and then try running Audyssey MultEQ XT
Room Correction and Speaker Setup again. Note that if
the volume is set too high and the sound distorts, detection
issues may occur, so use an appropriate volume level. If
the subwoofer has a low-pass filter switch, set it to Off or
Direct. Refer to your subwoofer’s instruction manual for
details.
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Using the Listening Modes
Selecting Listening Modes
See “About Listening Modes” for detailed information about the listening modes (➔ page 35).
■ Listening Mode Buttons
Press Receiver first.
Movie/TV, Music, Game
Music
Movie/TV
Game
THX
Movie/TV button
This button selects the listening modes intended for use
with movies and TV.
Game button
This button selects the listening modes intended for use
with video games.
Music button
This button selects the listening modes intended for use
with music.
THX button
This button selects the THX listening modes.
• The Dolby Digital and DTS listening modes can only be selected if your Blu-ray Disc/DVD player is connected to the AV
receiver with a digital audio connection (coaxial, optical, or HDMI).
• The listening modes you can select depends on the format of the input signal. To check the format, see “Displaying Source
Information” (➔ page 41).
• While a pair of headphones is connected, you can select the following listening modes: Mono, Direct, and Stereo.
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About Listening Modes
The AV receiver’s listening modes can transform your listening room into a movie theater or concert hall, with high
fidelity and stunning surround sound.
■ Explanatory Notes
ij
ab
SP Layout
c
kl
f
a b Front speakers
c Center speaker
d e Surround speakers
f Subwoofer(s)
g h Surround back speakers
i j Front high speakers
k l Front wide speakers
Listening
mode buttons
de gh
Input Source
The following audio formats are supported by the listening mode.
A
This is mono (monophonic) sound.
S
This is stereo (stereophonic) sound. Two independent audio signal channels are reproduced through two speakers.
D
This is 5.1-channel surround sound. This surround system has five main channels of sound and a sixth subwoofer
channel (called the point-one channel).
F
This is 7.1-channel surround sound. This is a further sound enhancement to 5.1 channel sound with two additional
speakers that provide greater sound envelopment and more accurate positioning of sounds.
G
This is DTS-ES surround sound. This surround system can produce a discrete or a matrix-encoded sixth channel from
existing DTS 5.1 encoded material.
H
This is Dolby Digital EX surround sound. This provides a center back surround channel from 5.1-channel sources.
Speaker Layout
The illustration shows which speakers are activated in each channel. See “Speaker Configuration” for the speaker setup
(➔ page 47).
Z
X
C
N
B
b
V
Press Receiver followed by SP Layout repeatedly to select the speakers you want to use: front high, front wide, or
surround back.
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■ Onkyo-Original DSP Listening Modes
Listening Mode
Description
Orchestra
Suitable for classical or operatic music, this mode emphasizes the surround
channels in order to widen the stereo image, and simulates the natural
reverberation of a large hall.
Or ches t r a
Unplugged
Un p l u g g e d
Studio-Mix
S t u d i o –M i x
TV Logic
TV
Input
Source
A
S
D
Suitable for acoustic instruments, vocals, and jazz, this mode emphasizes the F
front stereo image, giving the impression of being right in front of the stage. G
H
Suitable for rock or pop music, listening to music in this mode creates a
lively sound field with a powerful acoustic image, like being at a club or rock
concert.
Speaker
Layout
CN*1
This mode adds realistic acoustics to TV shows produced in a TV studio,
surround effects to the entire sound, and clarity to voices.
Log i c
Game-RPG
In this mode, the sound has a dramatic feel with a similar atmosphere to
Orchestra mode.
G ame – RPG
Game-Action
In this mode, sound localization is distinct with emphasis on bass.
G ame – A c t i o n
Game-Rock
In this mode, sound pressure is emphasized to heighten live feel.
G ame – R o c k
Game-Sports
In this mode, reverberation is increased and sound localization decreased
slightly.
G ame – S p o r t s
All Ch Stereo
A l l
Ch
XCN*1
S t e r eo
Full Mono
Fu l l
Ideal for background music, this mode fills the entire listening area with
stereo sound from the front, surround, and surround back speakers.
In this mode, all speakers output the same sound in mono, so the sound you
hear is the same regardless of where you are within the listening room.
Mo n o
T-D (TheaterDimensional)
T–D
With this mode you can enjoy a virtual surround sound even with only two
or three speakers. This works by controlling how sounds reach the listener’s
left and right ears. Good results may not be possible if there’s too much
reverb, so we recommend that you use this mode in an environment with
little or no natural reverb.
ZXC
N
■ Listening Modes
Listening Mode
Description
Input
Source
Speaker
Layout
Direct
D i r ec t
In this mode, audio from the input source is output without surround-sound
processing. The speaker configuration (presence of speakers) and speaker
distance settings are enabled, but much of the processing set via Home menu
is disabled. A/V Sync does not have effect on the analog audio. See
“Advanced Setup” for more details (➔ page 43).
ZXC
N*2
Stereo
Sound is output from the front left and right speakers and subwoofer.
A
S
D
F
G
H
D
F
XCN
S t e r eo
Mono
Mo n o
Use this mode when watching an old movie with a mono soundtrack, or use
it with the foreign language soundtracks recorded in the left and right
channels of some movies. It can also be used with DVDs or other sources
containing multiplexed audio, such as karaoke DVDs.
Multichannel
This mode is for use with PCM multichannel sources.
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Listening Mode
Description
Input
Source
Speaker
Layout
Dolby Pro Logic IIx*3 Dolby Pro Logic IIx expands any 2-channel source for 7.1-channel
playback. It provides a very natural and seamless surround-sound experience
Dolby Pro Logic II
that fully envelops the listener. As well as music and movies, video games
PL
Mo v i e
can also benefit from the dramatic spatial effects and vivid imaging.
If you’re not using any surround back speakers, Dolby Pro Logic II will be S
used instead of Dolby Pro Logic IIx.
• Dolby PLIIx Movie
Use this mode with any stereo or Dolby Surround (Pro Logic) movie (e.g.,
TV, DVD, VHS).
• Dolby PLIIx Music
Use this mode with any stereo or Dolby Surround (Pro Logic) music source
(e.g., CD, radio, cassette, TV, VHS, DVD).
• Dolby PLIIx Game
Use this mode with video games, especially those that bear the Dolby Pro
Logic II logo.
XCN
• Dolby PLIIx Movie
• Dolby PLIIx Music
These modes use the Dolby Pro Logic IIx modes to expand 5.1-channel
sources for 7.1-channel playback.
D
V
Dolby Pro Logic IIz Height is designed to more effectively use existing
S
program material when height channel speaker outputs are present. Dolby
D
Pro Logic IIz Height can be used to upmix a variety of sources from movies F
and music, but are particularly well-suited to upmix game content.
B
These modes expand 5.1-channel sources for 6.1/7.1-channel playback.
They’re especially suited to Dolby EX soundtracks that include a matrixencoded surround back channel. The additional channel adds an extra
dimension and provides an enveloping surround sound experience, perfect
for rotating and fly-by sound effects.
D
H
V
In this mode, audio from the input source is output without surround-sound
processing. The speaker configuration (presence of speakers), crossover
frequency, speaker distance, A/V Sync and much of the processing set via
Home menu are enabled. See “Advanced Setup” for more details
(➔ page 43).
D
XCN
D
XCN
F
XCN*2
Dolby TrueHD
D
XCN
Do l b y
F
XCN*2
D
XCN
D
XCN
F
XCN*2
D
XCN
F
XCN*2
D
XCN
D
XCN
PL
Mu s i c
PL
Game
PL
x
Mo v i e
PL
x
Mu s i c
PL
x
Game
Dolby Pro Logic IIz
Height
PL
z
He i g h t
Dolby EX
Do l b y
EX
Do l b y
D
EX
Dolby Digital
Do l b y
D
Dolby Digital Plus*4
Do l b y
D
+
T r u e HD
DTS
DTS
DTS-HD High
Resolution Audio
D T S – HD
HR
DTS-HD Master
Audio
D T S – HD MS T R
DTS Express
DTS
Exp r ess
DSD*5
DSD
DTS 96/24
DTS
96 / 24
DTS-ES Discrete*6
ES
D i sc r e t e
DTS-ES Matrix*6
ES Ma t r i x
This mode is for use with DTS 96/24 sources. This is high-resolution DTS
with a 96 kHz sampling rate and 24-bit resolution, providing superior
fidelity. Use it with DVDs that bear the DTS 96/24 logo.
This mode is for use with DTS-ES Discrete soundtracks, which use a
G
discrete surround back channel for true 6.1/7.1-channel playback. The seven
totally separate audio channels provide better spatial imaging and 360degree sound localization, perfect for sounds that pan across the surround
channels. Use it with DVDs that bear the DTS-ES logo, especially those with
a DTS-ES Discrete soundtrack.
V
This mode is for use with DTS-ES Matrix soundtracks, which use a matrix- G
encoded back-channel for 6.1/7.1-channel playback. Use it with DVDs that
bear the DTS-ES logo, especially those with a DTS-ES Matrix soundtrack.
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Listening Mode
Description
Neo:6
This mode expands any 2-channel source for up to 7.1-channel playback. It
uses seven full-bandwidth channels of matrix decoding for matrix-encoded
material, providing a very natural and seamless surround sound experience
that fully envelops the listener.
Ne o : 6
C i n ema
Ne o : 6
Mu s i c
Ne o : 6
Audyssey DSX*7
Audy s s e y
DSX
PL
Mo v i e
DSX
PL
Mu s i c
DSX
PL
Game
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• Neo:6 Cinema
S
Use this mode with any stereo movie (e.g., TV, DVD, VHS).
• Neo:6 Music
Use this mode with any stereo music source (e.g., CD, radio, cassette, TV,
VHS, DVD).
XCN
• Neo:6
This mode uses Neo:6 to expand 5.1-channel sources for 6.1/7.1-channel
playback.
V
D
• Audyssey DSX
D
Audyssey DSX™ is a scalable system that adds new speakers to improve F
surround impression. Starting with a 5.1 system Audyssey DSX first adds G
Wide channels for the biggest impact on envelopment. Research in human
hearing has proven that information from the Wide channels is much more
critical in the presentation of a realistic soundstage than Back Surround
channels found in traditional 7.1 systems. Audyssey DSX then creates a pair
of Height channels to reproduce the next most important acoustical and
perceptual cues. In addition to these new Wide and Height channels,
Audyssey DSX applies Surround Envelopment Processing to enhance the
blend between the front and surround channels.
Bb
• Dolby Pro Logic II Movie + Audyssey DSX
S
• Dolby Pro Logic II Music + Audyssey DSX
• Dolby Pro Logic II Game + Audyssey DSX
The combination of Dolby Pro Logic II and Audyssey DSX modes can be
used.
Bb
Founded by George Lucas, THX develops stringent standards that ensure
movies are reproduced in movie theaters and home theaters just as the
director intended. THX Modes carefully optimize the tonal and spatial
characteristics of the soundtrack for reproduction in the home-theater
environment. They can be used with 2-channel matrixed and multichannel
sources. Surround back speaker output depends on the source material and
the selected listening mode.
C i n ema
N
TH
eX
o :M
6us i c
THX
Speaker
Layout
DSX
THX
THX
Input
Source
Game s
• THX Cinema
D
THX Cinema mode corrects theatrical soundtracks for playback in a home F
theater environment. In this mode, THX Loudness Plus is configured for G
cinema levels and Re-EQ, Timbre Matching, and Adaptive Decorrelation
are active.
• THX Music
THX Music mode is tailored for listening to music, which is typically
mastered at significantly higher levels than movies. In this mode, THX
Loudness Plus is configured for music playback and only Timbre Matching
is active.
• THX Games
THX Games mode is meant for spatially accurate playback of game audio,
which is often mixed similarly to movies but in a smaller environment. THX
Loudness Plus is configured for game audio levels, with Timbre Matching
active.
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• Dolby Pro Logic II/IIx Movie + THX Cinema
• Dolby Pro Logic II/IIx Music + THX Music
• Dolby Pro Logic II/IIx Game + THX Games
The combination of Dolby Pro Logic II/IIx*3 and THX
Cinema/Music/Games modes can be used.
The PLII or PLIIx indicator lights on the display.
S
CN
• Dolby Pro Logic IIx Movie + THX Cinema
• Dolby Pro Logic IIx Music + THX Music
The combination of Dolby Pro Logic IIx and THX Cinema/Music modes
can be used.
The PLIIx indicator lights on the display.
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Listening Mode
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C i n ema
THX
S2
Mu s i c
THX
S2
Game s
THX
Su r r
EX
Description
Input
Source
Speaker
Layout
• Dolby Pro Logic IIz Height + THX Cinema
• Dolby Pro Logic IIz Height + THX Music
• Dolby Pro Logic IIz Height + THX Games
The combination of Dolby Pro Logic IIz Height and THX
Cinema/Music/Games modes can be used.
The PLIIz indicator lights on the display.
S
D
F
G
H
B
• Neo:6 Cinema + THX Cinema
• Neo:6 Music + THX Music
S
CN
• Neo:6 + THX Cinema
• Neo:6 + THX Music
• Neo:6 + THX Games
The combination of Neo:6 and THX Cinema/Music/Games modes can be
used. The Neo:6 indicator lights on the display.
D
H
V
• THX Select2 Cinema
D
This mode expands 5.1-channel sources for 7.1- channel playback. It does
this by analyzing the composition of the surround source, optimizing the
ambient and directional sounds to produce the surround back channel
output.
• THX Select2 Music
This mode is designed for use with music. It expands 5.1-channel sources
for 7.1-channel playback.
• THX Select2 Games
This mode is designed for use with video games. It can expand 5.1-channel
sources for 6.1/7.1-channel playback.
• THX Surround EX
This mode expands 5.1-channel sources for 6.1/7.1- channel playback. It’s
especially suited to Dolby Digital EX sources. THX Surround EX, also
known as Dolby Digital Surround EX, is a joint development between
Dolby Laboratories and THX Ltd.
V
• Dolby Pro Logic II Game + THX Select2 Games
The combination of Dolby Pro Logic II Game and THX Select2 Games
modes can be used. The PLII indicator lights on the display.
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S
Note
*1
Depending on the “Speaker Configuration” setting (➔ page 47), the output can be switched between the front high, front wide or
surround back speakers by pressing SP Layout.
*2 Based on the audio channel signal contained in the source, the corresponding speakers will output the sound.
*3 If there are no surround back speakers, Dolby Pro Logic II is used.
*4 For the Blu-ray Discs, Dolby Digital is used in a 3.1/5.1-channel speaker system.
*5 AV receiver can input the DSD signal from HDMI IN. Setting the output setting on the player side to PCM might obtain a better
sound according to the player. In that case, set the output setting on the player side to PCM.
*6 If there are no surround back speakers, DTS is used.
*7 • This listening mode can be selected only when all the following conditions are satisfied:
–Center speaker is connected.
–Either of front high or front wide speakers is connected.
• Depending on the “Speaker Configuration” setting (➔ page 47), the output can be switched between the front high or front
wide speakers by pressing SP Layout.
• The listening modes cannot be selected with some source formats.
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Using the Home Menu
Note
*1
The Home menu provides you quick access to frequently
used menus without having to go through the long
standard menu. This menu enables you to change settings
and view the current information.
The on-screen menus appear only on a TV that is
connected to the HDMI OUT MAIN. If your TV is
connected to other video outputs, use the AV
receiver’s display when changing settings.
*2
*3
Using the Sleep Timer
1
Press Receiver followed by Home.
The Home menu will be superimposed on the TV
screen.
With the sleep timer, you can set the AV receiver to turn
off automatically after a specified period.
2
Use q/w and Enter to make the desired selection.
1
■ Input*1
` You can select the input source while viewing the
information as follows: the name of input
selectors, input assignments, radio information,
and ARC function setting.
Press Enter to display the current input source,
followed by q/w to select the desired input
source. Pressing Enter again switches to the
selected input source.
■ Audio
` You can change the following settings: “Bass”,
“Treble”, “Subwoofer Level”, “Center Level”,
“Dolby Volume”, “Audyssey”, “Dynamic EQ”,
“Dynamic Volume”, “Late Night”, “Music
Optimizer”, “Re-EQ” and “Re-EQ(THX)”.
See also:
• “Audyssey” (➔ page 52)
• “Using the Audio Settings” (➔ page 61)
■ Video
` You can change the following settings: “Wide
Mode” and “Picture Mode*2”.
See also:
• “Picture Adjust” (➔ page 54)
■ Info*3
` You can view the information of the following
items: “Audio”, “Video” and “Tuner”.
■ Listening Mode
` You can select the listening modes that are
grouped in the following categories:
MOVIE/TV, MUSIC, GAME and THX.
Use q/w to select the category and e/r to
select the listening mode. Press Enter to switch
to the selected listening mode.
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For the Port input selector, the name of Universal Port
Option Dock will be displayed.
Only when you have selected “Custom” in the “Picture
Mode” (➔ page 54), pressing Enter allows you to adjust
the following items via the Home menu: “Brightness”,
“Contrast”, “Hue” and “Saturation”. Press Return to return
to the “Picture Mode” setting.
Depending on the input source and listening mode, not all
channels shown here output the sound.
Press Receiver followed by Sleep repeatedly to
select the required sleep time.
The sleep time can be set from 90 to 10 minutes in 10
minute steps.
The SLEEP indicator lights on the display when the
sleep timer has been set. The specified sleep time
appears on the display for about 5 seconds, then the
previous display reappears.
Tip
• If you need to cancel the sleep timer, press Sleep
repeatedly until the SLEEP indicator goes off.
• To check the time remaining until the AV receiver sleeps,
press Sleep. Note that if you press again on Sleep as the
time being displayed is equal or inferior to 10 minutes, the
sleep timer will go off.
Setting the Display Brightness
You can adjust the brightness of the AV receiver’s
display.
1
Press Receiver followed by Dimmer repeatedly to
select:
• Normal
• Dim
• Dimmer
Tip
• (North American models) Alternatively, you can use the
AV receiver’s Dimmer.
Displaying Source Information
You can display various information about the current
input source as follows. (Components connected to the
UNIVERSAL PORT jack are excluded.)
1
Selecting Speaker Layout
You can set which speakers you want to use by priority.
1
Press Receiver followed by Display repeatedly to
cycle through the available information.
The following information can typically be displayed.
Input source
Listening mode
Signal format*1
Sampling
frequency
Note
• If the “Speakers Type(Front)” setting is set to “Bi-Amp”
(➔ page 46), or the “Powered Zone 2” is set to “Yes”
(➔ page 46), this setting cannot be selected.
• Playback conditions may be limited depending on the settings in
“Speaker Settings” (➔ page 46) and “Speaker Configuration”
(➔ page 47).
• When a listening mode which doesn’t support front high, front
wide or surround back speakers is used, this setting cannot be
selected.
Input signal
resolution
Output
resolution
Tip
• Alternatively, you can use the AV receiver’s Display.
*1
Press Receiver followed by SP Layout repeatedly
to select:
` Speaker Layout:FH:
The sound from front high speakers is output by
priority.
` Speaker Layout:FW:
The sound from front wide speakers is output
by priority.
` Speaker Layout:SB:
The sound from surround back speakers is
output by priority.
If the input signal is analog, “Analog” is displayed. If the
input signal is PCM, the sampling frequency is displayed. If
the input signal is digital but not PCM, the signal format is
displayed. Information is displayed for about three seconds,
then the previously displayed information reappears.
Muting the AV Receiver
You can temporarily mute the output of the AV receiver.
1
Changing the Input Display
Tip
When you connect an u-capable Integra/Onkyo
component, you must configure the input display so that
u can work properly.
This setting can be done only from the front panel.
1
Press TV/CD, Game or VCR/DVR.
“TV/CD”, “GAME” or “VCR/DVR” appears on the
display.
2
Press and hold down TV/CD, Game or VCR/DVR
(about 3 seconds) to change the input display.
Repeat this step to select the desired input display.
■ TV/CD:
TV/CD → DOCK
TAPE
■ Game:
GAME ↔ DOCK
■ VCR/DVR:
VCR/DVR ↔ DOCK
→
→
Press Receiver followed by Muting.
The output is muted and the MUTING indicator
flashes on the display.
• To unmute, press Muting again or adjust the volume.
• Muting is automatically cancelled when the AV receiver is
set to standby.
Using Headphones
1
Connect a pair of stereo headphones with a
standard plug (1/4 inch or 6.3 mm) to the Phones
jack.
Note
• Always turn down the volume before connecting your
headphones.
• While the headphones plug is inserted in the Phones jack,
the speakers are turned off. (The Powered Zone 2 speakers
are not turned off.)
• When you connect a pair of headphones, the listening mode
is set to Stereo, unless it’s already set to Stereo, Mono or
Direct.
• If you connect an iPod or iPhone to the USB port on this
device, no sound will be output from the headphones jack.
Note
• DOCK can be selected for the TV/CD, Game or
VCR/DVR input selector, but not at the same time.
• Enter the appropriate remote control code before using the
remote controller for the first time (➔ page 71).
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Using Easy Macros
By using Activities in Easy macro mode, you can
sequentially operate Onkyo components via simple
commands from a single-button press. These commands
are user-definable. See “Using Normal Macros”
(➔ page 75).
1
Press Activities (My Movie, My TV, or
My Music) to start the Easy macro command.
The default sequences of actions are described below.
To change the related source component, see
“Changing the Source Components” shown later in
this chapter.
■ My Movie
First, the TV, the Onkyo DVD player, and the AV receiver
are turned on. The input selector is set to “BD/DVD”.
Finally the player starts playback.*1
*1
Depending on the start-up time of your Blu-ray Disc/DVD
player, the AV receiver may not activate this playback
command. In this case, press 1 on the remote controller.
■ My TV
First, the TV, the cable set-top box, and the AV receiver
are turned on. Then the input selector is set to
“CBL/SAT”.
■ My Music
The Onkyo CD player and the AV receiver are turned on.
The input selector is set to “TV/CD”. Finally, the player
starts playback.
Note
• While the Easy Macro command is being processed, you cannot
use other Activities. If you want to operate other components,
first press All Off and use the desired Activities.
Turning Off the Components
This button turns off all components activated by the Easy
Macro mode.
1
Press All Off.
First, the related components stop and turn off. Second,
the AV receiver turns off. Finally, the TV turns off (or
enters standby mode).*1*2
*1
*2
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This step doesn’t apply to My Music, with the default
settings.
With some televisions, the power may not be turned off (or
enter standby mode).
Changing the Source Components
You can change the source components activated by the
Easy Macro mode.
1
While holding down Remote Mode for the
playback component you wish to assign, press and
hold down the Activities to be changed
(My Movie, My TV, or My Music) (about 3
seconds).
Activities flashes twice, indicating that the change is
complete.
Examples:
If you wished to use My Music to start the Onkyo
cassette recorder, you would press and hold down
My Music (about 3 seconds) while holding down TV/CD
until it flashes twice.
Restoring Default
You can restore Activities to the default settings.
1
While holding down Home, press and hold down
All Off until All Off lights (about 3 seconds).
2
Release Home and All Off, and press All Off
again.
All Off flashes twice.
Recording
This section explains how to record the selected input
source to a component with recording capability, and how
to record audio and video from different sources.
AV Recording
Audio sources can be recorded to a recorder (e.g., cassette
tape deck, CDR, MD recorder). Video sources can be
recorded to a video recorder (e.g., VCR, DVD recorder).
1
Use the input selector buttons to select the source
that you want to record.
You can watch the source while recording. The AV
receiver’s Master Volume control has no effect on
recording.
2
3
On your recorder, start recording.
On the source component, start playback.
If you select another input source during recording,
that input source will be recorded.
Advanced Operations
Advanced Setup
The on-screen menus appear only on a TV that is
connected to the HDMI OUT MAIN. If your TV is
connected to other video outputs, use the AV
receiver’s display when changing settings.
Common Procedures in Setup Menu
This section describes the procedure for using the
remote controller unless otherwise specified.
Receiver
On-screen Setup Menus
Enter
q/w/e/r
MENU
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
Setup
Input/Output Assign
Speaker Setup
Audio Adjust
Source Setup
Listening Mode Preset
Miscellaneous
Hardware Setup
Remote Controller Setup
Lock Setup
a Input/Output Assign
(➔ page 44)
f Miscellaneous
(➔ page 57)
1. Input/Output Assign
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Monitor Out
HDMI Input
Component Video Input
Digital Audio Input
Analog Audio Input
b Speaker Setup
(➔ page 46)
Speaker Settings
Speaker Configuration
Speaker Distance
Level Calibration
Equalizer Settings
THX Audio Setup
c Audio Adjust
(➔ page 50)
3. Audio Adjust
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Multiplex/Mono
Dolby
DTS
Audyssey DSX
Theater-Dimensional
LFE Level
d Source Setup
(➔ page 52)
4. Source Setup
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Audyssey
IntelliVolume
A/V Sync
Name Edit
Picture Adjust
Audio Selector
e Listening Mode Preset
(➔ page 56)
5. Listening Mode Preset
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Volume Setup
OSD Setup
12V Trigger A Setup
12V Trigger B Setup
12V Trigger C Setup
g Hardware Setup
(➔ page 58)
2. Speaker Setup
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
The on-screen setup menus appear on the connected TV
and provide a convenient way to change the AV receiver’s
various settings. Settings are organized into 9 categories
on the main menu.
Carry out the settings by using the on-screen display.
1
Tip
2
3
4
7. Hardware Setup
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Remote ID
MultiZone
Tuner
HDMI
Auto Standby
Network
Firmware Update
h Remote Controller
Setup (➔ page 71)
8. Remote Controller Setup
1. Remote Mode Setup
Press Receiver followed by Setup.
• If the main menu doesn’t appear, make sure the appropriate
external input is selected on your TV.
6. Miscellaneous
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Return
Use q/w to select a menu, and then press Enter.
Use q/w to select a target, and then press Enter.
Use q/w to select an option, and use e/r to change
the setting.
Press Setup to close the menu.
Press Return to return to the previous menu.
Note
• This procedure can also be performed on the AV receiver by
using Setup, the arrow buttons, and Enter.
• During Audyssey MultEQ® XT Room Correction and Speaker
Setup, messages, etc., that are displayed on the TV screen will
appear in the Display.
Explanatory Notes
i Lock Setup
(➔ page 61)
9. Lock Setup
Setup
a
Main Menu
b
c
■ Subwoofer
` Yes
` No
Speaker Configuration
a Menu selection
b Setting target
c Setting options (default setting underlined)
BD/DVD
VCR/DVR
CBL/SAT
GAME
PC
AUX
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Input/Output Assign
Main Menu
Input/Output Assign
Monitor Out
If you connect your TV to HDMI MAIN output,
“Monitor Out” setting is automatically set so that the
onscreen setup menus are displayed and composite video,
S-Video, and component video sources are upconverted*
and output.
Composite video, S-Video,
component video
HDMI
IN
OUT
Composite video, S-Video,
component video
HDMI
Note
• See “Video Connection Formats” (➔ page 85) for charts
showing how the “Monitor Out” and “Resolution” settings
affect the video signal flow through the AV receiver.
■ Monitor Out
`HDMI Main:
Select this if your TV is connected to HDMI OUT
MAIN.
`HDMI Sub:
Select this if your TV is connected to HDMI OUT
SUB.
`Both:
Select this if your TVs are connected to HDMI OUT
MAIN and HDMI OUT SUB. Video signals are
output from both HDMI outputs at the resolution
supported by both TVs.
`Both(Main):
Select this if your TVs are connected to HDMI OUT
MAIN and HDMI OUT SUB. Video signals are
output from both HDMI outputs but HDMI OUT
MAIN will become a priority; depending on the
resolution, video signals may not be output from
HDMI OUT SUB.
`Both(Sub):
Select this if your TVs are connected to HDMI OUT
MAIN and HDMI OUT SUB. Video signals are
output from both HDMI outputs but HDMI OUT
SUB will become a priority; depending on the
resolution, video signals may not be output from
HDMI OUT MAIN.
Note
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• When using the DeepColor function, if the “Monitor Out”
setting is set to “Both(Main)” or “Both(Sub)”, the number of
bits may be limited due to the capability of your TV connected
to a priority output.
• When video signals of personal computers connected to PC IN
are output from HDMI OUT SUB, they may not display
properly on some TVs.
• If you connect your TV to the HDMI SUB output, video signals
are output with no conversion.
■ Resolution
`Through:
Select this to pass video through the AV receiver at
the same resolution and with no conversion.
`Auto:
Select this to have the AV receiver automatically
convert video at resolutions supported by your TV.
`480p (480p/576p), 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Select the desired output resolution.
`1080p/24:
Select this for 1080p output at 24 frames per second.
`4K Upscaling:
Select this for an output resolution four times that of
1080p, resulting in 3840 × 2160 pixels.
You can specify the output resolution for the HDMI OUT
MAIN and have the AV receiver upconvert the picture
resolution as necessary to match the resolution supported
by your TV.
Note
• Depending on the incoming video signal, the video playback
may not be smooth or the vertical resolution may be lowered. In
this case select anything other than “1080p/24”.
• If the “Monitor Out” setting is set to “Both”, this setting is fixed
to “Auto”.
• When “Monitor Out” is set to either “HDMI Sub” or
“Both(Sub)”, the “Resolution” setting is fixed to “Through”.
HDMI Input
Note
If you connect a video component to an HDMI input, you
must assign that input to an input selector. For example, if
you connect your Blu-ray Disc/DVD player to HDMI
IN 2, you must assign “HDMI2” to the “BD/DVD” input
selector.
If you’ve connected your TV to the AV receiver with an
HDMI cable, composite video, S-video and component
video sources can be upconverted* and output by the
HDMI MAIN output. You can set this for each input
selector by selecting the “- - - - -” option. See “Video
Connection Formats” for more information on video
signal flow and upconversion (➔ page 85).
Composite video, S-Video,
component video
HDMI
IN
OUT
Composite video, S-Video,
component video
HDMI
• If no video component is connected to HDMI output (even if the
HDMI input is assigned), the AV receiver selects the video
source based on the setting of “Component Video Input”.
• When an HDMI IN is assigned to an input selector as explained
here, the same HDMI IN will be set as a priority in the “Digital
Audio Input” (➔ page 46). In this case, if you want to use the
coaxial or optical audio input, make the appropriate selection in
the “Audio Selector” setting (➔ page 55).
• The “TUNER” selector cannot be assigned and is fixed to the
“- - - - -” option.
• “AUX” is used only for input from the front panel.
• Do not assign an HDMI IN to the TV/CD selector while “HDMI
Control(RIHD)” is set to “On” (➔ page 58), otherwise
appropriate CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) operation will
not be guaranteed.
• If you assign “- - - - -” to an input selector that is currently
selected in “HDMI Through” (➔ page 59), the “HDMI
Through” setting will be automatically switched to “Off”.
• If you connect a component (such as UP-A1 Dock with docked
iPod/iPhone) to the UNIVERSAL PORT jack, you cannot
assign any input to the “PORT” selector.
• If you connect your TV to the HDMI SUB output, video signals
are output with no conversion.
Component Video Input
Here are the default assignments.
Input selector
Default assignment
BD/DVD
HDMI1
VCR/DVR
HDMI2
CBL/SAT
HDMI3
GAME
HDMI4
PC
HDMI5*1
AUX
FRONT (Fixed)
TV/CD
-----
PHONO
-----
PORT
-----
■ BD/DVD, VCR/DVR, CBL/SAT, GAME, PC,
TV/CD, PHONO, PORT
` HDMI1, HDMI2, HDMI3, HDMI4, HDMI5,
HDMI6, HDMI7:
Select a corresponding HDMI input to which the
video component has been connected.
` - - - - -:
Output composite video, S-Video, and component
video sources from the HDMI output. The video
output signal from the HDMI output is the one
configured in “Component Video Input”.
*1
If you connect your personal computer to PC IN (Analog
RGB), you must assign “- - - - -” to the “PC” input selector.
Each HDMI input cannot be assigned to two input
selectors or more. When HDMI1 - HDMI7 have already
been assigned, you must first set any unused input
selectors to “- - - - -” or you will be unable to assign
HDMI1 - HDMI7 to other input selectors.
If you connect a video component to a component video
input, you must assign that input to an input selector. For
example, if you connect your Blu-ray Disc/DVD player to
COMPONENT VIDEO IN 2, you must assign “IN2” to
the “BD/DVD” input selector.
Here are the default assignments.
Input selector
Default assignment
BD/DVD
IN1
VCR/DVR
-----
CBL/SAT
IN2
GAME
IN3
PC
-----
AUX
-----
TV/CD
-----
PHONO
-----
PORT
-----
■ BD/DVD, VCR/DVR, CBL/SAT, GAME, PC, AUX,
TV/CD, PHONO, PORT
`IN1, IN2, IN3:
Select a corresponding component video input to
which the video component has been connected.
`- - - - -:
Output composite video and S-Video sources from
the HDMI output.
Note
• If you connect a component (such as UP-A1 Dock with docked
iPod/iPhone) to the UNIVERSAL PORT jack, you cannot
assign any input to the “PORT” selector.
• The “TUNER” selector cannot be assigned and is fixed to the
“- - - - -” option.
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Digital Audio Input
Speaker Setup
If you connect a component to a digital audio input, you
must assign that input to an input selector. For example, if
you connect your CD player to the OPTICAL IN 1, you
must assign “OPTICAL1” to the “TV/CD” input
selector.
Here are the default assignments.
Input selector
Default assignment
BD/DVD
COAXIAL1
VCR/DVR
COAXIAL2
CBL/SAT
COAXIAL3
GAME
OPTICAL1
PC
-----
AUX
-----
TV/CD
OPTICAL2
PHONO
-----
PORT
-----
■ BD/DVD, VCR/DVR, CBL/SAT, GAME, PC, AUX,
TV/CD, PHONO, PORT
`COAXIAL1, COAXIAL2, COAXIAL3,
OPTICAL1, OPTICAL2:
Select a corresponding digital audio input to which
the component has been connected.
`- - - - -:
Select if the component is connected to an analog
audio input.
Note
• When an HDMI IN is assigned to an input selector in
“HDMI Input” (➔ page 45), the same HDMI IN will be set as
a priority in this assignment. In this case, if you want to use the
coaxial or optical audio input, make the selection in the “Audio
Selector” (➔ page 55).
• Available sampling rates for PCM signals from a digital input
(optical and coaxial) are 32/44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz/16, 20, 24 bit.
• If you connect a component (such as UP-A1 Dock with docked
iPod/iPhone) to the UNIVERSAL PORT jack, you cannot
assign any input to the “PORT” selector.
• The “TUNER” selector cannot be assigned and is fixed to the
“- - - - -” option.
Analog Audio Input
Some DVD players output the LFE channel from their
analog subwoofer output at 15 dB higher than normal.
With this setting, you can change the AV receiver’s
subwoofer sensitivity to match your DVD player.
■ Subwoofer Input Sensitivity
`0dB to 15dB in 5 dB steps.
Note
• This setting only affects signals connected to the AV receiver’s
multichannel input subwoofer jack.
• If you find that your subwoofer is too loud, try the 10 dB or
15 dB setting.
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Main menu
Speaker Setup
Some of the settings in this section are set automatically
by Audyssey MultEQ® XT Room Correction and
Speaker Setup function (➔ page 31).
Here you can check the settings made by
Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and Speaker
Setup function, or set them manually, which is useful if
you change one of the connected speakers after using
Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and Speaker
Setup function.
Note
• These settings are not available in either of the following cases:
– a pair of headphones is connected.
– the “Audio TV Out” setting is set to “On” (➔ page 59).
– “HDMI Control(RIHD)” is set to “On” (➔ page 58) and
you’re listening through your TV speakers.
Speaker Settings
If you change these settings, you must run
Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and
Speaker Setup again (➔ page 31).
If the impedance of any speaker is 4 ohms or more but less
than 6, set the minimum speaker impedance to 4 ohms.
If you bi-amp the front speakers, you must change the
“Speakers Type(Front)” setting. For hookup
information, see “Bi-amping the Front Speakers”
(➔ page 14).
Note
• When bi-amping is used, the AV receiver is able to drive up to
5.1 speakers in the main room.
• Before you change these settings, turn down the volume.
■ Speaker Impedance
`4ohms:
Select if the impedance of any speaker is 4 ohms or
more but less than 6.
`6ohms:
Select if the impedances of all speakers are between
6 and 16 ohms.
■ Speakers Type(Front)
`Normal:
Select this if you’ve connected your front speakers
normally.
`Bi-Amp:
Select this if you’ve bi-amped your front speakers.
■ Powered Zone 2
` No
` Yes:
Zone 2 speakers can be used. (Powered Zone 2
enabled).
Note
Note
• If the “Speakers Type(Front)” setting is set to “Bi-Amp”,
Powered Zone 2 cannot be used.
• When the “Powered Zone 2” setting is set to “Yes”, the
surround back, front wide and front high speakers cannot be
used.
*1
Speaker Configuration
*4
This setting is set automatically by
Audyssey MultEQ® XT Room Correction and Speaker
Setup function (➔ page 31).
With these settings, you can specify which speakers are
connected and a crossover frequency for each speaker.
Specify “Full Band” for speakers that can output low
frequency bass sounds adequately, for example, speakers
with a good sized woofer. For smaller speakers, specify a
crossover frequency. Sounds below the crossover
frequency will be output by the subwoofer instead of the
speaker. Refer to your speaker’s manuals to determine the
optimum crossover frequencies. If you set up your
speakers using Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction
and Speaker Setup, please make sure manually that any
THX speakers are set to “80Hz(THX)” crossover.
Note
• These settings are not available in either of the following cases:
– a pair of headphones is connected.
– the “Audio TV Out” setting is set to “On” (➔ page 59).
– “HDMI Control(RIHD)” is set to “On” (➔ page 58) and
you’re listening through your TV speakers.
■ Subwoofer
` Yes
` No
■ Front
` Full Band
` 40Hz, 45Hz, 50Hz, 55Hz, 60Hz, 70Hz, 80Hz(THX),
90Hz, 100Hz, 110Hz, 120Hz, 130Hz, 150Hz, 200Hz
Note
• If the “Subwoofer” setting is set to “No”, the “Front” setting is
fixed to “Full Band”.
■ Center*1, Surround*1, Surround Back*2*3*4
` Full Band
` 40Hz, 45Hz, 50Hz, 55Hz, 60Hz, 70Hz, 80Hz(THX),
90Hz, 100Hz, 110Hz, 120Hz, 130Hz, 150Hz, 200Hz
` None
■ Front Wide*1*2*4, Front High*1*2*4
` Full Band
` 40Hz, 45Hz, 50Hz, 55Hz, 60Hz, 70Hz, 80Hz(THX),
90Hz, 100Hz, 110Hz, 120Hz, 130Hz, 150Hz, 200Hz
` None
*2
*3
“Full Band” can be selected only when “Full Band” is
selected in the “Front” setting.
If the “Surround” setting is set to “None”, this setting cannot
be selected.
If the “Surround” setting is set to anything other than “Full
Band”, “Full Band” cannot be selected here.
If the “Speakers Type(Front)” setting is set to “Bi-Amp”, or
the “Powered Zone 2” setting is set to “Yes”, this setting
cannot be selected.
■ Surround Back Ch
`1ch:
Select if only one surround back speaker L is
connected.
`2ch:
Select if two (left and right) surround back speakers
are connected.
Note
• If the “Surround Back” Setting is set to “None”, this setting
cannot be selected.
■ LPF of LFE
(Low-Pass Filter for the LFE Channel)
`80Hz, 90Hz, 100Hz, 110Hz, 120Hz
`Bypass:
Low-Pass Filter is not applied.
With this setting, you can specify the cutoff frequency
of the LFE channel’s low-pass filter (LPF), which can
be used to filter out unwanted hum. The LPF only
applies to sources that use the LFE channel.
Note
• If you’re using THX-certified speakers, select “80Hz”.
■ Double Bass
This setting is NOT set automatically by
Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and Speaker
Setup function (➔ page 31).
` On
` Off(THX)
Turn this setting on to boost bass output by feeding bass
sounds from the front left, right, and center channels to the
subwoofer.
Note
• This function can be set only if the “Subwoofer” setting is set to
“Yes”, and the “Front” setting is set to “Full Band”.
• If you’re using THX-certified speakers, select “Off(THX)”.
■ Subwoofer Phase
` 0º
` 180º:
Moves the subwoofer phase.
Note
• If the “Subwoofer” setting is set to “No”, this setting cannot be
selected (➔ page 47).
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■ Wireless Subwoofer
When an optional unit is connected to the
UNIVERSAL PORT jack on the AV receiver, the
speaker setting menu may appear on screen.
`Yes:
The audio is output from the speakers connected to
the wireless unit.
`No:
The audio is not output from the speakers connected
to the wireless unit.
When the wireless unit is connected to the UNIVERSAL
PORT jack on the AV receiver, you can select if you wish
to output the audio from the speakers connected to the
wireless unit.
Note
• If the “Subwoofer” setting is set to “No”, this setting cannot be
selected (➔ page 47).
Speaker Distance
This setting is set automatically by
Audyssey MultEQ® XT Room Correction and Speaker
Setup function (➔ page 31).
Here you can specify the distance from each speaker to the
listening position so that the sound from each speaker
arrives at the listener’s ears as the sound designer
intended.
■ Unit
`feet:
Distances can be set in feet. Range: 0.2ft to 30.0ft in
0.2 foot steps.
`meters:
Distances can be set in meters. Range: 0.06m to
9.00m in 0.06 meter steps.
(The default setting varies from country to country.)
■ Left, Front Wide Left, Front High Left, Center,
Front High Right, Front Wide Right, Right,
Surround Right, Surround Back Right,
Surround Back Left, Surround Left, Subwoofer
`Specify the distance from each speaker to your
listening position.
Note
• These settings are not available in either of the following cases:
– a pair of headphones is connected.
– the “Audio TV Out” setting is set to “On” (➔ page 59).
– “HDMI Control(RIHD)” is set to “On” (➔ page 58) and
you’re listening through your TV speakers.
• Speakers that you set to “No” or “None” in the “Speaker
Configuration” cannot be selected (➔ page 47).
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Level Calibration
This setting is set automatically by
Audyssey MultEQ XT Room Correction and Speaker
Setup function (➔ page 31).
Here you can adjust the level of each speaker with the
built-in test tone so that the volume of each speaker is the
same at the listening position.
■ Left, Front Wide Left, Front High Left, Center*1,
Front High Right, Front Wide Right, Right,
Surround Right, Surround Back Right,
Surround Back Left, Surround Left
`–12.0dB to 0.0dB to +12.0dB in 0.5 dB steps.
■ Subwoofer*1
` –15.0dB to 0.0dB to +12.0dB in 0.5 dB steps.
Note
• These settings cannot be calibrated in either of the following
cases:
– a pair of headphones is connected.
– the “Audio TV Out” setting is set to “On” (➔ page 59).
– “HDMI Control(RIHD)” is set to “On” (➔ page 58) and
you’re listening through your TV speakers.
– the AV receiver is muted.
• Speakers that you set to “No” or “None” in the “Speaker
Configuration” cannot be selected (➔ page 47).
• The test tone is output at the standard level for THX, which is
0 dB (absolute volume setting 82). If you normally listen at
volume settings below this, be careful because the test tone will
be much louder.
*1 For the center speaker and subwoofer, the level settings made
by using the Home menu are saved in this menu
(➔ page 40).
Tip
• If you’re using a handheld sound level meter, adjust the level of
each speaker so that it reads 75 dB SPL at the listening position,
measured with C-weighting and slow reading.
Equalizer Settings
With the Equalizer settings, you can adjust the tone of
speakers individually with a 15-band equalizer. The
volume of each speaker can be set (➔ page 48).
■ Equalizer
` Manual:
You can adjust the equalizer for each speaker
manually. Continue with the following procedure:
1
Press w to select “Channel”, and then use
e/r to select a speaker.
2
Use q/w to select a frequency, and then use
the e/r to adjust the level at that frequency.
The volume at each frequency can be adjusted
from –6dB to 0dB to +6dB in 1 dB steps.
Tip
• Low frequencies (e.g., 25Hz) affect bass sounds;
high frequencies (e.g., 16000Hz) affect treble
sounds.
3
Use q to select “Channel”, and then use e/r
to select another speaker.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 for each speaker.
You cannot select speakers that you set to “No”
or “None” in the “Speaker Configuration”
(➔ page 47).
` Off:
Tone off, response flat.
Note
• You can select: “25Hz”, “40Hz”, “63Hz”, “100Hz”, “160Hz”,
“250Hz”, “400Hz”, “630Hz”, “1000Hz”, “1600Hz”,
“2500Hz”, “4000Hz”, “6300Hz”, “10000Hz” or “16000Hz”.
And for the subwoofer, “25Hz”, “40Hz”, “63Hz”, “100Hz”, or
“160Hz”.
• When the Direct listening mode is selected, the equalizer
settings have no effect.
• If “Audyssey” is enabled, it prevails over this setting
(➔ page 52).
THX Audio Setup
■ Surr Back Speaker Spacing
` <1ft (<0.3m)
` 1ft-4ft (0.3m-1.2m)
` >4ft (>1.2m)
You can specify the distance between your surround back
speakers.
Note
• Cannot be set if:
– “Surround Back Ch” is set to “1ch” (➔ page 47).
– “Speakers Type(Front)” is set to “Bi-Amp” (➔ page 46).
– “Surround Back” is set to “None” (➔ page 47).
– “Powered Zone 2” is set to “Yes” (➔ page 46) and Zone 2
turned on (➔ page 65).
■ THX Ultra2/Select2 Subwoofer
` No
`Yes
If you’re using a THX-certified subwoofer, set this setting
to “Yes”.
Note
• If the “Subwoofer” setting is set to “No”, this setting cannot be
selected (➔ page 47).
■ BGC
`Off
`On
You can apply THX’s Boundary Gain Compensation
(BGC) to compensate the perceived exaggeration of low
frequencies for listeners sitting very close to a room
boundary (i.e., wall).
Note
• This setting is only available if “THX Ultra2/Select2
Subwoofer” is set to “Yes”.
• If the “Subwoofer” setting is set to “No”, this setting cannot be
selected (➔ page 47).
■ Loudness Plus
` Off
` On
When the “Loudness Plus” is set to “On”, it is possible to
enjoy even subtle nuances of audio expression at low
volume.
This is only available when the THX listening mode is
selected.
■ Preserve THX Settings
` Yes
` No
If this setting is set to “Yes”, Dynamic EQ and Dynamic
Volume have no effect in THX listening mode.
Note
• This setting is fixed to “Yes” if “Loudness Plus” is set to “On”.
THX Loudness Plus
THX Loudness Plus is a new volume control
technology featured in THX Ultra2 Plus™ and THX
Select2 Plus™ Certified receivers. With THX Loudness
Plus, home theater audiences can now experience the
rich details in a surround mix at any volume level. A
consequence of turning the volume below Reference
Level is that certain sound elements can be lost or
perceived differently by the listener. THX Loudness
Plus compensates for the tonal and spatial shifts that
occur when the volume is reduced by intelligently
adjusting ambient surround channel levels and
frequency response. This enables users experience the
true impact of soundtracks regardless of the volume
setting. THX Loudness Plus is automatically applied
when listening in any THX listening mode. The new
THX Cinema, THX Music, and THX Games modes are
tailored to apply the proper THX Loudness Plus settings
for each type of content.
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Audio Adjust
Main menu
Audio Adjust
With the Audio Adjust functions and settings, you can
adjust the sound and listening modes as you like.
Multiplex/Mono
■ Multiplex
Input Channel
` Main
` Sub
` Main/Sub
This setting determines which channel of a stereo
multiplex source is output. Use it to select audio channels
or languages with multiplex sources, multilingual TV
broadcasts, and so on.
■ Mono
Input Channel
` Left + Right
` Left
` Right
This setting specifies the channel to be used for playing
any 2-channel digital source such as Dolby Digital, or 2channel analog/PCM source in the Mono listening mode.
Output Speaker
`Center:
Mono audio is output by the center speaker.
`Left / Right:
Mono audio is output by the front left and right
speakers.
This setting determines which speakers output mono
audio when the Mono listening mode is selected.
Note
• If the “Center” setting is set to “None” (➔ page 47), this
setting cannot be selected.
Dolby
■ PL IIx Music (2ch Input)
These settings apply to only 2-channel stereo sources.
If you’re not using any surround back speakers, these
settings apply to Dolby Pro Logic II, not Dolby Pro Logic
IIx.
Panorama
` On
` Off
With this setting, you can broaden the width of the front
stereo image when using the Dolby Pro Logic IIx Music
listening mode.
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Dimension
`–3 to 0 to +3
With this setting, you can move the sound field forward or
backward when using the Dolby Pro Logic IIx Music
listening mode. Higher settings move the sound field
backward. Lower settings move it forward.
If the stereo image feels too wide, or there’s too much
surround sound, move the sound field forward to improve
the balance. Conversely, if the stereo image feels like it’s
in mono, or there’s not enough surround sound, move it
backward.
Center Width
`0 to 3 to 7
With this setting, you can adjust the width of the sound
from the center speaker when using the Dolby Pro Logic
IIx Music listening mode. Normally, if you’re using a
center speaker, the center channel sound is output from
only the center speaker. (If you’re not using a center
speaker, the center channel sound will be distributed to the
front left and right speakers to create a phantom center).
This setting controls the front left, right, and center mix,
allowing you to adjust the weight of the center channel
sound.
■ PL IIz Height Gain
` Low
` Mid
` High
The Height Gain Control in Dolby Pro Logic IIz enables
the listener to select how much gain is applied to the front
high speakers. There are three settings, “Low”, “Mid” and
“High”, and the front high speakers are accentuated in that
order. While “Mid” is the default listening setting, the
listener may adjust the Height Gain Control to their
personal preference.
Note
• If the “Front High” settings is set to “None” (➔ page 47), this
setting cannot be selected.
■ Dolby EX
`Auto:
If the source signal contains a Dolby EX flag, the
Dolby EX or THX Surround EX listening mode is
used.
`Manual:
You can select any available listening mode.
This setting determines how Dolby EX encoded signals
are handled. This setting is unavailable if no surround
back speakers are connected. This setting is effective with
Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus and Dolby TrueHD
only.
Note
• If the “Surround Back” setting is set to “None” (➔ page 47),
this setting cannot be selected.
• If the “Front High” or “Front Wide” setting is enabled
(➔ page 47), this setting is fixed to “Manual”.
■ Dolby Volume
` Off
` On
Dolby Volume automatically adjusts the difference in
volume levels which can occur between different contents
or source components, freeing the user from having to
make volume adjustments. Also, by adjusting the
frequency balance according to the playback volume, it
recreates the original source audio. Dolby Volume
therefore provides comfortable listening, effectively
controlling the volume level difference without unnatural
changes in volume or sound quality to recreate the balance
and nuance of the source audio.
Note
• When the “Dolby Volume” setting is set to “On”,
“Dynamic EQ” and “Dynamic Volume” will be set to “Off”.
• If you would like to use Dolby Volume in THX listening modes,
set the “Loudness Plus” and “Preserve THX Settings” settings
to “Off” and “No”, respectively.
• When “Dolby Volume” is set to “On”, the Late Night function
cannot be set.
■ Volume Leveler
` Off
` Low:
Low Compression Mode activated.
` Mid:
Medium Compression Mode activated.
` High:
High Compression Mode activated. This setting
affects volume the most, causing all sounds to be of
equal loudness.
“Volume Leveler” maintains the perceived loudness of
all contents, coming from different channels or input
sources.
Note
• If the “Dolby Volume” setting is set to “Off”, this setting cannot
be selected.
■ Half Mode
` Off
` On
The Half Mode parameter turns Dolby Volume Half Mode
processing on and off.
In off mode, Dolby Volume applies a bass and treble
attenuation to the audio when the system gain exceeds
reference level. This enables a more perceptually flat
listening experience as human ears are more sensitive to
bass and treble at higher levels. Some listeners however,
prefer to have more bass and treble performance at higher
gain levels.
Note
• If the “Dolby Volume” setting is set to “Off”, this setting cannot
be selected.
• During Half Mode on playback, Dolby Volume does not apply a
bass and treble attenuation when the system volume exceeds
reference level thereby boosting perception of high and low
frequencies.
DTS
■ Neo:6 Music
Center Image
`0 to 2 to 5
The DTS Neo:6 Music listening mode creates 6-channel
surround sound from 2-channel stereo sources. With this
setting, you can specify by how much the front left and
right channel output is attenuated in order to create the
center channel.
Changing the value from “0” to “5” will spread the sound
of the center channel to left and right (outwards).
Audyssey DSX™
■ Soundstage
`–3dB to Reference to +3dB
With this setting, you can adjust the sound stage when
using Audyssey DSX.
Note
• This listening mode can be selected only when all the following
conditions are satisfied:
– The center speaker is connected.
– The front high and front wide speakers are connected.
Theater-Dimensional
■ Listening Angle
`Wide:
Select if the listening angle is 40 degrees.
`Narrow:
Select if the listening angle is 20 degrees.
With this setting, you can optimize the TheaterDimensional listening mode by specifying the angle of the
front left and right speakers relative to the listening
position. Ideally, the front left and right speakers should
be equidistant from the listening position and at an angle
close to one of the two available settings.
Front left speaker
Front right speaker
20°/40°
LFE Level
■ Dolby Digital*1, DTS*2, Multich PCM, Dolby
TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio, DSD*3
`–QdB, –20dB, –10dB, or 0dB
With these settings, you can set the level of the LFE (Low
Frequency Effects) channel individually for each input
sources.
If you find that low-frequency effects are too loud when
using one of these sources, change the setting to –20 dB or
–Q dB.
*1
*2
*3
Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus sources
DTS and DTS-HD High Resolution sources
DSD (Super Audio CD) sources
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Source Setup
Items can be set individually for each input selector.
Preparation
Press the input selector buttons to select an input source.
Main menu
Source Setup
Audyssey
The tone for each speaker is set automatically by
Audyssey MultEQ® XT Room Correction and Speaker
Setup. To enable the following settings, you must first
perform the Room Correction and Speaker Setup
(➔ page 31).
■ Audyssey
` Off
` Movie:
Select this setting for movie material.
The Audyssey indicator lights.
` Music:
Select this setting for music material.
The Audyssey indicator lights.
Note
• If the “Audyssey” setting is set to “Off”, the “Equalizer”
settings are applied (➔ page 49).
• When “Audyssey Quick Start” has been used for measurement,
the “Audyssey”setting cannot be selected.
• Audyssey equalizing does not work with DSD sources.
• These technologies cannot be used when:
– a pair of headphones is connected, or
– Direct listening mode is selected.
■ Dynamic EQ
` Off
` On:
Audyssey Dynamic EQ® becomes active.
The Dynamic EQ indicator lights.
With Audyssey Dynamic EQ, you can enjoy great sound
even when listening at low volume levels.
Audyssey Dynamic EQ solves the problem of
deteriorating sound quality as volume is decreased by
taking into account human perception and room acoustics.
It does so by selecting the correct frequency response and
surround volume levels moment-by-moment so that the
content sounds the way it was created at any volume level
— not just at reference level.
Note
• These technologies cannot be used when:
– a pair of headphones is connected, or
– Direct listening mode is selected.
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■ Reference Level
Audyssey Dynamic EQ Reference Level Offset
`0dB:
This should be used when listening to movies.
`5dB:
Select this setting for content that has a very wide
dynamic range, such as classical music.
`10dB:
Select this setting for jazz or other music that has a
wider dynamic range. This setting should also be
selected for TV content as that is usually mixed at
10 dB below film reference.
`15dB:
Select this setting for pop/rock music or other
program material that is mixed at very high listening
levels and has a compressed dynamic range.
Movies are mixed in rooms calibrated for film
reference. To achieve the same reference level in a
home theater system each speaker level must be
adjusted so that –30 dBFS band-limited (500 Hz to
2000 Hz) pink noise produces 75 dB sound pressure
level at the listening position. A home theater system
automatically calibrated by Audyssey MultEQ XT will
play at reference level when the master volume control
is set to the 0 dB position. At that level you can hear the
mix as the mixers heard it.
Audyssey Dynamic EQ is referenced to the standard
film mix level. It makes adjustments to maintain the
reference response and surround envelopment when the
volume is turned down from 0 dB. However, film
reference level is not always used in music or other nonfilm content. Audyssey Dynamic EQ Reference Level
Offset provides three offsets from the film level
reference (5 dB, 10 dB, and 15 dB) that can be selected
when the mix level of the content is not within the
standard.
Note
• If “Dynamic EQ” setting is set to “Off”, these technologies
cannot be used.
■ Dynamic Volume
` Off
` Light:
Activates Light Compression Mode.
` Medium:
Activates Medium Compression Mode.
` Heavy:
Activates Heavy Compression Mode. This setting
affects volume the most. It quiets the loud parts,
such as explosions, and boosts the quiet parts so they
can be heard.
Note
• If you want to use Audyssey Dynamic EQ® or
Audyssey Dynamic Volume® with THX listening modes, set
the “Loudness Plus” setting to “Off” and set “Preserve THX
Settings” to “No” (➔ page 49).
• If you make Dynamic Volume active, “Dynamic EQ” is set to
“On”. The Dynamic Vol indicator will light.
• When “Dynamic EQ” is set to “Off”, “Dynamic Volume” is
automatically switched to “Off”.
• These technologies cannot be used when:
– a pair of headphones is connected, or
– Direct listening mode is selected.
About Audyssey Dynamic EQ®
Audyssey Dynamic EQ solves the problem of
deteriorating sound quality as volume is decreased by
taking into account human perception and room
acoustics. Dynamic EQ selects the correct frequency
response and surround levels moment-by-moment at
any user-selected volume setting. The result is bass
response, tonal balance, and surround impression that
remain constant despite changes in volume. Dynamic
EQ combines information from incoming source levels
with actual output sound levels in the room, a
prerequisite for delivering a loudness correction
solution. Audyssey Dynamic EQ works well by itself.
However, if Audyssey MultEQ® XT is on, the two
technologies work in tandem to provide well-balanced
sound for every listener at any volume level.
About Audyssey Dynamic Volume®
Audyssey Dynamic Volume solves the problem of large
variations in volume level between television programs,
commercials, and between the soft and loud passages of
movies. Dynamic Volume looks at the preferred volume
setting by the user and then monitors how the volume of
program material is being perceived by listeners in real
time to decide whether an adjustment is needed.
Whenever necessary, Dynamic Volume makes the
necessary rapid or gradual adjustments to maintain the
desired playback volume level while optimizing the
dynamic range. Audyssey Dynamic Volume works fine
by itself, but can also be used with
Audyssey Dynamic EQ. When both are on,
Audyssey Dynamic EQ adjusts the perceived bass
response, tonal balance, surround impression, and
dialog clarity whether watching movies, flipping
between television channels, or changing from stereo to
surround sound content, when Dynamic Volume adjusts
the volume.
IntelliVolume
■ IntelliVolume
`–12dB to 0dB to +12dB in 1 dB steps.
With IntelliVolume, you can set the input level for each
input selector individually. This is useful if one of your
source components is louder or quieter than the others.
Use e/r to set the level.
If a component is noticeably louder than the others, use e
to reduce its input level. If it’s noticeably quieter, use r to
increase its input level.
A/V Sync
■ A/V Sync
`0msec to 800msec in 1 msec steps.
When using progressive scanning on your Blu-ray
Disc/DVD player, you may find that the picture and sound
are out of sync. With this setting, you can correct this by
delaying the audio signals.
To view the TV picture while setting the delay, press
Enter.
To return to the previous screen, press Return.
The range of values you can adjust will depend on
whether your TV or display supports HDMI Lip Sync and
if the “Lip Sync” setting is set to “On” or not
(➔ page 60).
Note
• A/V Sync is disabled when the Direct listening mode is used
with an analog input source.
• This setting cannot be used with the NET input selector.
Name Edit
You can enter a custom name for each individual input
selector and radio preset for easy identification. When
entered, the custom name will appear on the display.
The custom name is edited using the character input
screen.
■ Name
1
Use q/w/e/r to select a character, and then
press Enter.
Repeat this step to enter up to 10 characters.
2
To store a name when you’re done, be sure to
select “OK” by using q/w/e/r, and then press
Enter.
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Picture Adjust
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Using Picture Adjust, you can adjust the picture quality
and reduce any noise appearing on the screen.
To view the TV picture while setting, press Enter. To
return to the previous screen, press Return.
■ Wide Mode*1*2
This setting determines the aspect ratio.
`4:3:
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All Erase
Space:
Enter a space character.
Shift*1:
Toggles between lower and upper case characters.
(Left)/ (Right):
Moves the cursor left or right in the Name input
area.
Back Space*2:
Moves the cursor backward and deletes one
character.
OK:
Confirms your entry.
`Full:
`Zoom:
`Wide Zoom:
Tip
*1
*2
This can also be performed by using +10 on the remote
controller.
Press CLR on the remote controller to delete all the
characters you have input.
To correct a character:
1
Use q/w/e/r to select “ ”(Left) or
“ ”(Right), and then press Enter.
2
Press Enter several times to highlight the
incorrect character (For each pressure, the
cursor is moved on the next character).
3
Use q/w/e/r to select the correct character,
and then press Enter.
Tip
• To name a radio preset, use Tuner to select AM or FM, and then
select the preset (➔ page 29).
• To restore a custom name to its default, erase the custom name
by entering an empty white space for each letter.
Note
• This setting cannot be used for the NET and USB input selector.
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`Auto:
According to the input signals and monitor output
setting, the AV receiver automatically selects the
“4 : 3”, “Full”, “Zoom” or “Wide Zoom” mode.
See “Monitor Out” for details on the monitor output
setting (➔ page 44).
■ Picture Mode*1
`Custom:
All settings can be performed manually.
`Cinema:
Select when the picture source is a movie or alike.
`Game:
Select when the video source is a game console.
`Through:
Does not adjust picture quality (changes resolution).
`Direct:
Does not adjust picture quality (does not change
resolution).
When video is output from HDMI output(s), it is
processed the same as “Through”.
With “Picture Mode”, you can change the following
settings to be suitable for the movie or game screen by one
operation; “Game Mode”, “Film Mode”, “Edge
Enhancement”, “Noise Reduction”, “Brightness”,
“Contrast”, “Hue”, “Saturation” or “Color
Temperature”.
■ Game Mode*3*4*5
` Off
` On
If video signal delay occurs during playback on a video
component (i.e., game console), select the corresponding
input source and set the “Game Mode” setting to “On”.
The delay will decrease but in return the picture quality
will become poor.
■ Film Mode*3*5*6
` Video:
“Film Mode” detection is not applied and the input
signal is handled as a video source.
` Auto:
Detects whether the input signal is a video or a
movie. If it is a movie, the appropriate conversion is
applied.
The AV receiver will adjust to the picture source,
automatically converting it to the appropriate progressive
signal and reproducing the natural quality of the original
picture.
■ Edge Enhancement*3*5*6*7
` Off
` Low
` Mid
` High
With Edge Enhancement, you can make the picture appear
sharper.
■ Noise Reduction*3*5*6*7
` Off
` Low
` Mid
` High
With this setting, you can reduce noise appearing on the
screen. Select the desired level.
■ Brightness*1*3*5
` –50 to 0 to +50
With this setting you can adjust the picture brightness.
“–50” is the darkest. “+50” is the brightest.
■ Contrast*1*3*5
` –50 to 0 to +50
With this setting you can adjust contrast. “–50” is the
least. “+50” is the greatest.
■ Hue*1*3*5
` –50 to 0 to +50
With this setting you can adjust the red/green balance.
“–50” is the strongest green. “+50” is the strongest red.
■ Saturation*1*3*5
` –50 to 0 to +50
With this setting you can adjust saturation. “–50” is the
weakest color. “+50” is the strongest color.
■ Color Temperature*3*5
` Warm
` Normal
` Cool
With this setting you can adjust the color temperature.
Note
• “Picture Adjust” cannot be used with the NET input selector.
*1 This procedure can also be performed on the remote controller
by using the Home menu (➔ page 40).
*2 When a 3D video source is input, “Wide Mode” is fixed to
“Full”.
*3 When the “Picture Mode” setting is set to anything other than
“Custom”, this setting cannot be used.
*4 If the “Resolution” setting is set to “4K Upscaling”
(➔ page 44), this setting is fixed to “Off”.
*5 Press CLR if you want to reset to the default value.
*6 If you are using the analog RGB input, this setting is not
available.
*7 If the “Game Mode” setting is set to “On”, this setting is
fixed to “Off”.
Audio Selector
You can set priorities of audio output when there are both
digital and analog inputs.
■ Audio Selector
`ARC:
The audio signal from your TV tuner can be sent to
the HDMI OUT MAIN of the AV receiver.*1
With this selection, the TV’s audio can be
automatically selected as a priority among other
assignments.
`HDMI:
This can be selected when HDMI IN has been
assigned as an input source. If both HDMI (HDMI
IN) and digital audio inputs (COAXIAL IN or
OPTICAL IN) have been assigned, HDMI input is
automatically selected as a priority.
`COAXIAL:
This can be selected when COAXIAL IN has been
assigned as an input source. If both coaxial and
HDMI inputs have been assigned, coaxial input is
automatically selected as a priority.
`OPTICAL:
This can be selected when OPTICAL IN has been
assigned as an input source. If both optical and
HDMI inputs have been assigned, optical input is
automatically selected as a priority.
`Multich:
The AV receiver always outputs analog signals from
multichannel analog input.
`Analog:
The AV receiver always outputs analog signals.
Note
• The setting is stored individually for each input selector.
• This setting can be made only for the input source that is
assigned as HDMI IN, COAXIAL IN, or OPTICAL IN.
• The “Audio Selector” settings cannot be used with the NET,
USB and Port (with connected component) input selectors.
• “Multich” can be selected only when the selector is set to
“BD/DVD”.
*1 You can select “ARC” if you select the TV/CD input selector.
But you cannot if you’ve selected “Off” in the “Audio
Return Channel” setting (➔ page 59).
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■ Fixed Mode
`Off:
The format is detected automatically. If no digital
input signal is present, the corresponding analog
input is used instead.
`PCM:
Only 2-channel PCM format input signals will be
heard. If the input signal is not PCM, the PCM
indicator will flash and noise may also be produced.
`DTS:
Only DTS (but not DTS-HD) format input signals
will be heard. If the input signal is not DTS, the DTS
indicator will flash and there will be no sound.
When “HDMI”, “COAXIAL” or “OPTICAL” is
selected in the “Audio Selector” setting, you can then
specify the signal type in “Fixed Mode”.
Normally, the AV receiver detects the signal format
automatically. However, if you experience either of the
following issues when playing PCM or DTS material, you
can manually set the signal format to PCM or DTS.
• If the beginnings of tracks from a PCM source are cut
off, try setting the format to PCM.
• If noise is produced when fast forwarding or reversing a
DTS CD, try setting the format to DTS.
Note
• The setting is stored individually for each input selector.
• The setting will be reset to “Off” when you change the setting in
“Audio Selector” (➔ page 55).
Charge Mode
■ Charge Mode
`Auto:
Power feeding is interrupted when your iPod/iPhone
is fully charged.
`On:
Power feeding continues even if your iPod/iPhone is
fully charged.
`Off:
Your iPod/iPhone is not charged.
You can specify how the power is fed to your iPod/iPhone
when the AV receiver is in standby mode.
Note
• This setting cannot be selected when:
– the UP-A1 Dock with docked iPod/iPhone is not connected to
the AV receiver, or
– the docked iPod/iPhone model is not supported.
• When the “Charge Mode” setting is set to “On”, or to “Auto”
with your iPod/iPhone recharging, the SLEEP indicator is dimly
lit in standby mode. In such conditions, the power consumption
of the AV receiver slightly increases. With “Auto”, when the
iPod/iPhone becomes fully charged, the SLEEP indicator goes
off and the power consumption in standby mode is reduced.
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Listening Mode Preset
You can assign a default listening mode to each input
source that will be selected automatically when you select
each input source. For example, you can set the default
listening mode to be used with Dolby Digital input
signals. You can select other listening modes during
playback, but the mode specified here will be resumed
once the AV receiver has been set to standby.
Main menu
1
Listening Mode Preset
Use q/w to select the input source that you want to
set, and then press Enter.
The following menu appears.
5. Listening Mode Preset
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
2
BD/DVD
VCR/DVR
CBL/SAT
GAME
PC
AUX
Use q/w to select the signal format that you want to
set, and then use e/r to select a listening mode.
Only listening modes that can be used with each input
signal format can be selected (➔ pages 35 to 39).
The “Last Valid” option means that the listening
mode selected last will be used.
Note
• If you connect an input component (such as UP-A1 series
Dock that seated iPod) to the UNIVERSAL PORT jack,
the only listening modes you can assign to the “PORT”
selector are specific to analog sound.
• For the Tuner input selector, only “Analog” will be
available.
• For the NET or USB input selector, only “Digital” will be
available.
■ Analog / PCM / Digital
With this setting, you can specify the listening mode
used when an analog (CD, TV, LD, VHS, MD,
turntable, radio, cassette, cable, satellite, etc.) or PCM
digital (CD, DVD, etc.) audio signal is played.
■ Mono/Multiplex Source
With this setting, you can specify the listening mode
used when a mono digital audio signal is played (DVD,
etc.).
■ 2ch Source
With this setting, you can specify the listening mode
used when 2-channel (2/0) stereo digital sources, such
as Dolby Digital or DTS, are played.
■ Dolby D/Dolby D Plus/TrueHD
With this setting, you can specify the listening mode
used when Dolby Digital or Dolby Digital Plus format
digital audio signals are played (DVD, etc.). Specifies
the default listening mode for Dolby TrueHD sources,
such as Blu-ray or HD DVD (input via HDMI).
■ DTS/DTS-ES/DTS-HD
With this setting, you can specify the listening mode
used when DTS or DTS-HD High Resolution format
digital audio signals are played (DVD, LD, CD, etc.).
Specifies the default listening mode for DTS-HD
Master Audio sources, such as Blu-ray or HD DVD
(input via HDMI).
■ Other Multich Source
Specifies the default listening mode for multichannel
PCM sources from HDMI IN such as DVD-Audio, and
DSD multichannel sources such as Super Audio CD.
■ On Screen Display
`On
`Off
This preference determines whether operation details are
displayed on-screen when an AV receiver function is
adjusted.
Even when “On” is selected, operation details may not be
output if the input source is connected to an HDMI IN.
■ Language
(North American models)
`English, Deutsch, Français, Español, Italiano,
Nederlands, Svenska
Miscellaneous
Main menu
OSD Setup
Miscellaneous
Volume Setup
■ Volume Display
` Absolute:
Displayed range is Min, 0.5 to 99.5, Max.
` Relative (THX):
Displayed range is –QdB, –81.5dB to +18.0dB.
With this setting, you can choose how the volume level is
displayed.
The absolute value 82 is equivalent to the relative value
0 dB.
Note
• If the absolute value is set to 82, “82Ref” will appear on the
display and the THX indicator will flash.
■ Muting Level
` –QdB (fully muted), –50dB to –10dB in 10 dB steps.
This setting determines how much the output is muted
when the muting function is used (➔ page 41).
■ Maximum Volume
` Off, 50 to 99 (Absolute display)
` Off, –32dB to +17dB (Relative display)
With this setting, you can limit the maximum volume.
To disable this setting, select “Off”.
■ Power On Volume
` Last, Min, 1 to 99 or Max (Absolute display)
` Last, –QdB, –81dB to +18dB (Relative display)
With this preference, you can specify the volume setting
to be used each time the AV receiver is turned on.
To use the same volume level that was used when the AV
receiver was turned off, select “Last”.
The “Power On Volume” cannot be set higher than the
“Maximum Volume” setting.
■ Headphone Level
` –12dB to 0dB to +12dB
With this preference, you can specify the headphone
volume relative to the main volume. This is useful if
there’s a volume difference between your speakers and
your headphones.
(Australian and Chinese models)
`English, Deutsch, Français, Español, Italiano,
Nederlands, Svenska,
This setting determines the language used for the onscreen setup menus.
12V Trigger A/B/C Setup
When several components are turned on simultaneously
by using triggers A, B, and C, depending on the type of
components, a large amount of current may be drawn
momentarily. To prevent this, you can delay trigger
signals A, B, and C individually. Another application of
trigger delay is eliminating the "thump" noise that’s
sometimes heard when a source component is turned on.
You can accomplish this by delaying the trigger signal for
your power amplifier, so that it's the last component to be
turned on.
■ Delay
`0sec, 1sec, 2sec, 3sec
When “0sec” is selected, the trigger signal is output as
soon as the input source is changed.
Note
• By default, the “12V Trigger A Setup” menu is set to “0sec”,
those on the “12V Trigger B Setup” menu is set to “1sec”, and
those on the “12V Trigger C Setup” menu is set to “2sec”.
• Use a miniplug cable to connect the AV receiver's 12V
TRIGGER OUT A, B, or C jack to the 12 V trigger input on a
connected component.
■ BD/DVD, VCR/DVR, CBL/SAT, GAME, PC, AUX,
TUNER, TV/CD, PHONO, PORT, NET, USB
`Off:
No trigger signal is output. A 12-volt trigger signal is
output when the connected component is selected as
the source for:
`Main:
Main room.
`Zone 2:
Zone 2.
`Main/Zone 2:
Main room or Zone 2.
Note
• By default, all input sources on the “12V Trigger A Setup”
menu are set to “Main”, those on the “12V Trigger B Setup”
menu are set to “Main/Zone 2”, and those on the “12V Trigger
C Setup” menu are set to “Zone 2”
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Hardware Setup
Main menu
Hardware Setup
Remote ID
■ Remote ID
`1, 2, or 3
When several Integra/Onkyo components are used in the
same room, their remote ID codes may overlap. To
differentiate the AV receiver from the other components,
you can change its remote ID from “1”, to “2” or “3”.
Note
• If you do change the AV receiver’s remote ID, be sure to change
the remote controller to the same ID (see below), otherwise, you
won’t be able to control it with the remote controller.
Changing the remote controller’s ID
1
While holding down Receiver, press and hold
down Setup until Receiver lights (about 3
seconds) (➔ page 43).
2
Use the number buttons to enter ID 1, 2, or 3.
Receiver flashes twice.
Tuner
For AM/FM tuning to work properly, you must specify the
AM/FM frequency step used in your area. Note that when
this setting is changed, all radio presets will be deleted.
■ AM/FM Frequency Step (North American
models)
`10kHz/200kHz:
`9kHz/50kHz:
Select the frequency step according to your area.
■ AM Frequency Step (Australian and Chinese
models)
`10kHz:
`9kHz:
Select the frequency step according to your area.
HDMI
■ HDMI Control(RIHD)
` Off
` On
Turn this setting on to allow p-compatible
components connected via HDMI to be controlled by the
AV receiver (➔ page 88).
Note
Multi Zone
■ Zone 2 Out
If you’ve connected your Zone 2 speakers to an amp with
no volume control, set the “Zone 2 Out” setting,
respectively, to “Variable” so that you can set the zone’s
volume, balance, and tone on the AV receiver.
`Fixed:
The Zone 2 volume must be set on the amp in that
zone.
`Variable:
The Zone 2 volume can be set on the AV receiver.
■ Zone 2 Maximum Volume
` Off, 50 to 99 (Absolute display)
` Off, –32dB to +17dB (Relative display)
With this setting, you can limit the maximum volume. To
disable this setting, select “Off”.
■ Zone 2 Power On Volume
` Last, Min, 1 to 99 or Max (Absolute display)
` Last, –QdB, –81dB to +18dB (Relative display)
With this preference, you can specify the volume
setting to be used each time the AV receiver is
turned on.
To use the same volume level that was used when the AV
receiver was turned off, select “Last”.
The “Zone 2 Power On Volume” cannot be set higher
than the “Zone 2 Maximum Volume” setting.
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• When the setting is set to “On” and the menu is closed, the
names of connected p-compatible components and
“RIHD On” are displayed on the AV receiver.
“Search…” → “(name)” → “RIHD On”
When the AV receiver cannot receive the name of the
component, it is displayed as “Player*” or “Recorder*”, etc (“*”
shows up and indicates the number of components, when two or
more are received).
• When an p-compatible component is connected to the
AV receiver via an HDMI cable, the name of the connected
component is displayed on the AV receiver display. For
example, while you are watching TV broadcasting, if you
operate a Blu-ray Disc/DVD player (being powered on) with the
remote control of the AV receiver, the name of the Blu-ray
Disc/DVD player will be displayed on the AV receiver.
• Set it to “Off” when a connected piece of equipment is not
compatible or it is unclear whether the equipment is compatible
or not.
• If operation is not normal when set to “On”, change the setting
to “Off”.
• Refer to the connected component’s instruction manual for
details.
• When “HDMI Control(RIHD)” setting is set to “On”, the
power consumption on standby mode slightly increases.
(Depending on the TV status, the AV receiver will enter standby
mode as usual.)
• The p control does not support HDMI OUT SUB. Use
HDMI OUT MAIN instead.
• When the source equipment is connected with the u
connection, it may malfunction if “HDMI Control(RIHD)” is
set to “On”.
■ HDMI Through
` Off
` Auto:
Detects the signal and automatically selects the input
source.
` BD/DVD, VCR/DVR, CBL/SAT, GAME, PC,
AUX, TV/CD, PHONO, PORT:
Selects the input source for which the HDMI
Through function is enabled.
` Last:
The HDMI Through function is activated on the
input source selected at the time of setting the AV
receiver to standby mode.
When enabling the HDMI Through function, regardless of
whether the AV receiver is on or in standby, both audio
and video streams from an HDMI input will be output to
the TV or other components via HDMI connection. The
HDMI indicator lights when enabled (HDMI is dimly lit).
This setting is set to “Auto” automatically when the above
“HDMI Control(RIHD)” is set to “On”.
Note
• Only the input source assigned to the HDMI IN via
“HDMI Input” is enabled (➔ page 44).
• The power consumption during standby mode will increase
during the HDMI Through function: however in the following
cases, the power consumption can be saved:
– The TV is in standby mode.
– You are watching a TV program.
• Refer to the connected component’s instruction manual for
details.
• Depending on the connected component, the correct input source
may not be selected with the setting set to “Auto”.
• This setting is set to “Off” automatically when the “HDMI
Control(RIHD)” setting is set to “Off”.
■ Audio TV Out
`Off
`On
This preference determines whether the incoming audio
signal is output from the HDMI output. You may want to
turn this preference on if your TV is connected to the
HDMI output and you want to listen to the audio from a
connected component through your TV’s speakers.
Normally, this should be set to “Off”.
Note
• If “On” is selected and the audio can be output from the TV, the
AV receiver will output no sound through its speakers. In this
case, “TV Speaker” appears on the display by pressing
Display.
• When “HDMI Control(RIHD)” is set to “On”, this setting is
fixed to “Auto”.
• With some TVs and input signals, no sound may be output even
when this setting is set to “On”.
• When “Audio TV Out” or “HDMI Control(RIHD)” is set to
“On” and you’re listening through your TV’s speakers
(➔ page 17), turning up the AV receiver’s volume control will
make the sound be output from the AV receiver’s front left and
right speakers. To stop the AV receiver’s speakers producing
sound, change the settings, change your TV’s settings, or turn
down the AV receiver’s volume.
• Listening mode cannot be changed when this setting is set to
“On” and the input source is not HDMI.
• If the “Monitor Out” setting is set to “Both(Main)” or
“Both(Sub)” (➔ page 44) and if your TV connected to a
priority output cannot output the audio, the sound will be heard
from AV receiver’s speakers.
■ Audio Return Channel
`Off
`Auto:
The audio signal from your TV tuner can be sent to
the HDMI OUT MAIN of the AV receiver.
The audio return channel (ARC) function allows an ARC
capable TV to send the audio stream to the HDMI OUT
MAIN of the AV receiver. To use this function, you must
select the TV/CD input selector and your TV must be
ARC capable.
Note
• If you set “Audio Return Channel” to “Auto”, the “Audio
Selector” settings of the TV/CD input selector will be
automatically switched to “ARC” (➔ page 55).
• The “Audio Return Channel” setting can be set only when the
“HDMI Control(RIHD)” setting is set to “On”.
• This setting is set to “Auto” automatically when the “HDMI
Control(RIHD)” is set to “On” for the first time.
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■ Lip Sync
` Off
` On
This function allows the AV receiver to automatically
correct any delay between the video and the audio, based
on the data from the connected monitor.
Note
• This function works only if your HDMI-compatible TV supports
HDMI Lip Sync.
• If the “Monitor Out” setting is set to “HDMI Main”,
“Both(Main)” or “Both” (➔ page 44), the delay will be corrected in accordance with the monitor connected to HDMI OUT
MAIN. On the other hand, if “HDMI Sub” or “Both(Sub)” is
selected, the delay will be corrected in accordance with the monitor connected to HDMI OUT SUB.
After changing the settings of the “HDMI
Control(RIHD)”, “HDMI Through” or “Audio
Return Channel” turn off the power on all connected
pieces of equipment and then turn them on again. Refer
to the user’s manuals for all connected pieces of
equipment.
Auto Standby
■ Auto Standby
`Off
`On
When “Auto Standby” is set to “On”, the AV receiver
will automatically enter standby mode if there is no
operation for 30 minutes with no audio and no video
signal input.
“Auto Standby” will appear on the display and OSD 30
seconds before the Auto Standby comes on.
Default setting: On (Australian and Chinese models),
Off (North American models)
Note
• Set to “On”, the Auto Standby function may activate itself
during playback with some sources.
• The Auto Standby function does not work when Zone 2 is on.
Network
After modifying the network settings, you must confirm
the changes by executing “Save”.
This section explains how to configure the AV receiver’s
network settings manually.
If your router’s DHCP server is enabled, you don’t need to
change any of these settings, as the AV receiver is set to
use DHCP to configure itself automatically by default
(i.e., DHCP is set to “Enable”). If, however, your router’s
DHCP server is disabled (you’re for example using static
IP), you’ll need to configure these settings yourself, in
which case, a knowledge of Ethernet networking is
essential.
What’s DHCP?
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) is used by
routers, computers, the AV receiver, and other devices to
automatically configure themselves on a network.
What’s DNS?
The DNS (Domain Name System) translates domain
names into IP addresses. For example, when you enter a
domain name such as www.onkyousa.com in your Web
browser, before accessing the site, your browser uses DNS
to translate this into an IP address, in this case
63.148.251.142.
■ MAC Address
This is the AV receiver’s MAC (Media Access Control)
address. This address cannot be changed.
■ DHCP
` Enable
` Disable
This setting determines whether or not the AV receiver
uses DHCP to automatically configure its IP Address,
Subnet Mask, Gateway, and DNS Server settings.
Note
• If you select “Disable”, you must configure the “IP Address”,
“Subnet Mask”, “Gateway”, and “DNS Server” settings
yourself.
■ IP Address
`Class A:
“10.0.0.0” to “10.255.255.255”
`Class B:
“172.16.0.0” to “172.31.255.255”
`Class C:
“192.168.0.0” to “192.168.255.255”
Enter a static IP address provided by your ISP.
Most routers use Class C IP addresses.
■ Subnet Mask
Enter the subnet mask address provided by your ISP
(typically 255.255.255.0).
■ Gateway
Enter the gateway address provided by your ISP.
■ DNS Server
Enter the DNS server address provided by your ISP.
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■ Proxy URL
To use a Web proxy, enter its URL here.
■ Proxy Port
If you’re using a Web proxy, enter a proxy port number
here.
■ Network Control
` Enable
` Disable
This setting enables or disables control over the network.
Note
• When set to “Enable”, the NET indicator is dimly-lit and the
power consumption slightly increases in standby mode.
■ Control Port
` “49152” to “65535”
This is the network port used for control over the network.
Note
• When the “Network Control” setting is set to “Disable”, this
setting is cannot be selected.
Firmware Update
See “Firmware Update” for the update procedure
(➔ page 82).
Remote Controller Setup
Main menu
Remote Controller Setup
Remote Mode Setup
See “Looking up for Remote Control Code”
(➔ page 71).
Lock Setup
With this preference, you can protect your settings by
locking the setup menus.
Main menu
Lock Setup
■ Setup
` Locked
` Unlocked
When “Locked” is selected, the setup menus will be
locked and you cannot change any setting.
Using the Audio Settings
You can change various audio settings from the Home
menu (➔ page 40).
Note
• Perform the firmware update only when such an announcement
is posted on the Integra web site. Visit the Integra web site for
the latest information.
• It takes maximum 60 minutes to complete the firmware update.
■ Version
Displays the current version of the firmware.
■ Receiver
` via NET:
Performs the firmware update via Internet. Check
the network connection before updating.
` via USB:
Performs the firmware update from a USB device.
These settings allow you to update the AV receiver’s
firmware. Do not shutdown the power of the AV receiver
while updating.
■ Universal Port
` via NET:
Performs the firmware update via Internet. Check
the network connection before updating.
` via USB:
Performs the firmware update from a USB device.
These settings allow you to update Onkyo dock’s
firmware. Do not shutdown the power of the AV receiver
while updating.
1
2
Press Receiver followed by Home.
Use q/w and Enter to select “Audio”, and then use
q/w/e/r to make the desired selection.
Note
• These settings are not available in either of the following cases:
– a pair of headphones is connected.
– the “Audio TV Out” setting is set to “On” (➔ page 59).
– “HDMI Control(RIHD)” is set to “On” (➔ page 58) and
you’re listening through your TV speakers.
Tone Control Settings
■ Bass
`–10dB to 0dB to +10dB in 2 dB steps.
You can boost or cut low-frequency sounds output
from the front speakers.
■ Treble
`–10dB to 0dB to +10dB in 2 dB steps.
You can boost or cut high-frequency sounds output
from the front speakers.
You can adjust the bass and treble for the front speakers,
except when the Direct or THX listening mode is selected.
Note
• This update shall not be performed when no dock is connected
to the UNIVERSAL PORT jack.
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Operating on the AV receiver
Audyssey
1
Press Tone repeatedly to select either “Bass” or
“Treble”.
■ Audyssey
See “Audyssey” in “Source Setup” (➔ page 52).
2
Use + and – to adjust.
■ Dynamic EQ
See “Dynamic EQ” in “Source Setup” (➔ page 52).
Note
• To bypass the bass and treble tone circuits, select the Direct or
THX listening mode.
• This setting is not available when the multichannel Analog input
is selected.
Speaker Levels
■ Subwoofer Level
`–15.0dB to 0.0dB to +12.0dB in 0.5 dB steps.
■ Center Level
`–12.0dB to 0.0dB to +12.0dB in 0.5 dB steps.
You can adjust the volume of each speaker while listening
to an input source.
These temporary adjustments are cancelled when the AV
receiver is set to standby. To save the setting you made
here, go to “Level Calibration” (➔ page 48) before
setting the AV receiver to standby.
Note
• You cannot use this function while the AV receiver is muted.
• Speakers that are set to “No” or “None” in “Speaker
Configuration” (➔ page 47) cannot be adjusted.
Dolby Volume
■ Dolby Volume
See “Dolby Volume” of “Audio Adjust” (➔ page 51).
Note
• This setting cannot be used in either of the following cases:
– Direct listening mode is selected.
– the multichannel analog input is selected.
– any of the THX listening modes is selected, with “Loudness
Plus” set to “On” or “Preserve THX Settings” set to “Yes”
(➔ page 49).
• When “Dolby Volume” is set to “On”, the “Dynamic EQ” and
“Dynamic Volume” settings of all input selectors are switched
to “Off”.
■ Dynamic Volume
See “Dynamic Volume” in “Source Setup” (➔ page 52).
Note
• These technologies can be used when all the following
conditions are met:
– Room Correction and Speaker Setup is completed. Note that
“Audyssey” requires the “Audyssey MultEQ XT Full
Calibration” method.
– Any listening mode other than Direct is selected.
– A pair of headphones is not connected.
– multichannel analog input is not selected.
• The setting is stored individually for each input selector.
• “Dynamic EQ” and “Dynamic Volume” cannot be selected
when any of the THX listening modes is selected, with
“Loudness Plus” set to “On” or “Preserve THX Settings” set
to “Yes”.
• When “Dynamic EQ” is set to “On” or “Dynamic Volume” is
set to anything else than “Off”, “Dolby Volume” will be
switched to “Off”.
Late Night
■ Late Night
For Dolby Digital and Dolby Digital Plus sources, the
options are:
`Off
`Low:
Small reduction in dynamic range.
`High:
Large reduction in dynamic range.
For Dolby TrueHD sources, the options are:
`Auto:
The Late Night function is set to “On” or “Off”
automatically.
`Off
`On
Turn this setting on to reduce the dynamic range of Dolby
Digital material so that you can still hear quiet parts even
when listening at low volume levels—ideal for watching
movies late at night when you don’t want to disturb
anyone.
Note
• The effect of the Late Night function depends on the material
that you are playing and the intention of the original sound
designer, and with some material there will be little or no effect
when you select the different options.
• The Late Night function can be used only when the input source
is Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, or Dolby TrueHD.
• The Late Night function is set to “Off” when the AV receiver is
set to standby. For Dolby TrueHD sources, it will be set to
“Auto”.
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Music Optimizer
■ Music Optimizer
` Off
` On
Turn this setting on to enhance the sound quality of
compressed music files. Use it with music files that use
“lossy” compression, such as MP3.
Note
• The Music Optimizer function only works with PCM digital
audio input signals with a sampling rate below 48 kHz and
analog audio input signals. The Music Optimizer is disabled
when the Direct listening mode is selected.
• The setting is stored individually for each input selector.
• The M.Opt indicator will light (➔ page 9).
• This setting is not available when the multichannel Analog input
is selected.
Re-EQ
With the Re-EQ function, you can compensate a
soundtrack whose high-frequency content is too harsh,
making it more suitable for home theater viewing.
■ Re-EQ
` Off
` On
This function can be used with the following listening
modes: Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus,
Dolby TrueHD, Multichannel, DTS, DTS-HD High
Resolution Audio, DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS Express,
DSD, Dolby EX, Dolby Pro Logic IIz Height, Dolby
PLIIx Movie, Neo:6 Cinema and 5.1-channel source +
Neo:6.
■ Re-EQ(THX)
` Off
` On
This function can be used with the following listening
modes: THX Cinema, THX Surround EX, and
THX Select2 Cinema.
Note
• Settings for the Re-EQ function are kept in each listening mode.
In THX listening mode however, the setting will return to “On”
when the AV receiver is turned off.
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Zone 2
In addition to the main listening room, you can also enjoy playback in another room, which we call Zone 2. For either of
the rooms, you can specify a different input source.
Connecting the Zone Speakers to an
Additional Amplifier
Making Zone 2 Connections
There are two ways you can connect Zone 2 speakers:
1. Connect them directly to the AV receiver.
2. Connect them to an amp in Zone 2.
Connecting Your Zone 2 Speakers Directly
to the AV receiver
This setup allows 7.1-channel playback in your main
listening room and 2-channel stereo playback in Zone 2.
Main room
TV
This setup allows 5.1-channel playback in your main room
and 2-channel stereo playback in Zone 2, with a different
source in each room. This is called Powered Zone 2, as the
Zone 2 speakers are powered by the AV receiver.
AV receiver
To use this setup, you must set the “Powered Zone 2”
setting to “Yes” (➔ page 46).
Main room
Zone 2
TV
IN
AV receiver
R
L
Receiver/
integrated amp
Note
• With the default settings, the Zone 2 volume must be set on the
Zone 2 amp. If your Zone 2 amp has no volume control, set the
“Zone 2 Out” setting to “Variable” so that you can set the Zone
2 volume on the AV receiver (➔ page 58).
Zone 2
R
L
Note
• With this setup, the volume of Zone 2 is controlled by the AV
receiver.
• Powered Zone 2 cannot be used if “Speakers Type(Front)” is
set to “Bi-Amp” (➔ page 46).
• When you connect Zone 2 speakers directly to the AV receiver,
listening modes that require surround back speakers, front high
speakers or front wide speakers (6.1/7.1), such as Dolby Digital
EX, DTS-ES, THX Select2 Cinema, Dolby Pro Logic IIz
Height, and Audyssey DSX™ are unavailable.
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Zone 2 Video Output
Controlling Zone 2 Components
The AV receiver features a composite video output for connection to a TV in Zone 2, so you can enjoy both audio and
video in that zone.
■ Operating on the AV receiver
Zone 2
Off
Tone
+, –
Input selector buttons
Hookup
• Use a composite video cable to connect the AV receiver’s
ZONE 2 OUT V jack to a composite video input on your
Zone 2 TV.
Main room
TV
Zone 2 Level q/w
1
AV receiver
To turn on Zone 2 and select an input source, press
Zone 2 followed by an input selector button within
8 seconds.
Zone 2 turns on, the Z2 indicator lights on the display.
Tip
• The corresponding trigger output goes high (+12 V).
To select AM or FM, press the Tuner input selector
and Zone 2 repeatedly.
Zone 2
To select the same source as the main room’s, press
Zone 2 repeatedly until “Z2 Selector: Source”
appears on the display.
TV
To turn off Zone 2, press Off.
The zone is turned off.
Note
Tip
• The ZONE 2 OUT V jack outputs video from components connected to composite video inputs.
Setting the Zone 2 Out
■ Zone 2 Out
See “Zone 2 Out” in “Hardware Setup” (➔ page 58).
• The corresponding trigger output goes low (0 volts).
■ Operating on the remote controller
To control Zone 2, you must press Zone2 on the remote
controller first.
8Receiver
Zone2
■ Zone 2 Maximum Volume
See “Zone 2 Maximum Volume” in “Hardware
Setup”(➔ page 58).
Input selector buttons
■ Zone 2 Power On Volume
See “Zone 2 Power On Volume” in “Hardware Setup”
(➔ page 58).
Muting
VOL q/w
1
Press Zone2 and then press 8Receiver.
Zone 2 turns on, the Z2 indicator lights on the display.
Tip
• The corresponding trigger output goes high (+12 V).
2
To select an input source for Zone 2, press Zone2,
followed by an input selector button.
To select AM or FM, press the Tuner input selector
and Zone2 repeatedly.
Note
• You cannot select different AM or FM radio stations for
your main room and Zone 2. The same AM/FM radio
station will be heard in each room.
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3
To turn off Zone 2, press Zone2 followed by
8Receiver.
Tip
• The corresponding trigger output goes low (0 volts).
Adjusting the Volume for Zone 2
■ Operating on the remote controller
1
2
Press Zone2.
Use VOL q/w to adjust the volume.
Using the 12V Triggers
The 12V triggers A, B, and C can be used to turn on 12V
trigger-capable components automatically when they are
selected as the input source. The triggers can be set so that
they activate when a connected component is selected as
the input source for the main room, Zone 2 or any
combination of rooms. When triggered, the output from a
12V TRIGGER OUT goes high (+12 volts and 150
milliamperes max. at 12V TRIGGER OUT A; +12 volts
and 25 milliamperes max. at 12V TRIGGER OUT B and
C).
• See also “12V Trigger A/B/C Setup” (➔ page 57).
■ Operating on the AV receiver
1
Use Zone 2 Level q/w.
Muting Zone 2
■ Operating on the remote controller
1
Press Zone2 followed by Muting.
Tip
• To unmute, press Zone2 followed by Muting again.
Adjusting the Tone and Balance of Zone 2
1
2
3
On the AV receiver, press Zone 2.
Press the AV receiver’s Tone repeatedly to select
“Bass”, “Treble” or “Balance”.
Use + and – to adjust the Bass, Treble or Balance.
• You can boost or cut the Bass or Treble from –10dB
to +10dB in 2 dB steps.
• You can adjust the balance from 0 in the center to
+10dB to the right or +10dB to the left in 2 dB steps.
Note
• Only analog input sources are output from the ZONE 2
PRE/LINE OUT L/R jacks and FRONT WIDE/ZONE 2 L/R
terminals. Digital input sources are not output. If no sound is
heard when an input source is selected, verify that the source is
connected to an analog input.
• While Zone 2 is on, u functions will not work.
• You cannot select different AM or FM radio stations for your
main room and Zone 2. The same AM/FM radio station will be
heard in each room. Namely, if you have selected an FM station
for the main room, that station will also be output in Zone 2.
• When you have selected NET or USB as the input selector, the
last selector selected will be set for both Main room and Zone 2.
• Zone 2 can also be unmuted by adjusting the volume.
• When Zone 2 is activated and its input selector is selected, the
power consumption of standby mode slightly increases.
• When setting the AV receiver to standby mode while Zone 2 is
active, the Z2 indicator is dimly lit.
• The Zone 2 level, balance, and tone functions have no effect on
the ZONE 2 PRE/LINE OUT jacks when the “Zone 2 Out”
setting is set to “Fixed” (➔ page 58).
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Hookup
• Use a miniplug cable to connect the AV receiver’s 12V
TRIGGER OUT A, B, or C jack to the 12 V trigger
input on a connected component.
When several components are turned on simultaneously
by using triggers A, B, and C, depending on the type of
components, a large amount of current may be drawn
momentarily. To prevent this, you can delay trigger
signals A, B, and C individually. Another application of
trigger delay is eliminating the “thump” noise that’s
sometimes heard when a source component is turned on.
You can accomplish this by delaying the trigger signal for
your power amplifier, so that it's the last component to be
turned on.
Using the Remote Controller in
Zone 2 and Multiroom Control Kits
To control the AV receiver with the remote controller
while you’re in Zone 2, you’ll need a commercially
available multiroom remote control kit for each zone.
• Multiroom kits are made by Niles and Xantech.
These kits can also be used when there isn’t a clear line of
sight to the AV receiver’s remote sensor, such as when it’s
installed inside a cabinet.
Using a Multiroom Kit with Zone 2
Using a Multiroom Kit with a Cabinet
In this setup, the IR receiver picks up the infrared signals
from the remote controller and feeds them to the AV
receiver located in the cabinet via the connecting block.
IR IN
A or B
In this setup, the IR receiver in Zone 2 picks up the
infrared signals from the remote controller and feeds them
through to the AV receiver in the main room via the
connecting block.
IR IN A or B
Connecting
block
IR
receiver
Remote controller
Main room
Zone 2
Inside
cabinet
Remote controller
Signal flow
Using a Multiroom Kit with Other
Components
In this setup, an IR emitter is connected to the AV
receiver’s IR OUT jack and placed in front of the other
component’s remote control sensor. Infrared signals
received at the AV receiver’s IR IN A or B jack are fed
through to the other component via the IR emitter. Signals
picked up by the AV receiver’s remote control sensor are
not output.
Signal flow
The miniplug cable from the connecting block should be
connected to the AV receiver’s IR IN A or B jack, as
shown below. The IR IN A and B jacks are identical. Up
to two IR receivers can be connected.
IR
receiver
Connecting
block
IR IN
A or B
IR OUT
Connecting
block
AV receiver
IR receiver
IR emitter
From the connecting block
Remote controller
Other component
Miniplug cable
Signal flow
The IR emitter should be connected to the AV receiver’s
IR OUT jack, as shown below.
Miniplug cable
AV receiver
Remote controller sensor
Emitter
Miniplug
IR emitter
AV receiver
Signal flow
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Controlling Other Components
iPod/iPhone Playback via Onkyo Dock
Using the Onkyo Dock
The Dock is sold separately. Models sold are different
depending on the region.
For the latest information on the Onkyo Dock
components, see the Onkyo web site at:
http://www.onkyo.com
Before using the Onkyo Dock components, update
your iPod/iPhone with the latest software, available
from the Apple web site.
For supported iPod/iPhone models, see the
instruction manual of the Onkyo Dock.
UP-A1 Dock
With the UP-A1 Dock, you can easily play the music,
photos, or movies stored on your Apple iPod/iPhone
through the AV receiver and enjoy great sound.
You can use the AV receiver’s remote controller to
operate your iPod/iPhone.
■ System Function
The AV receiver may take several seconds to startup, so
you might not hear the first few seconds of the first
song.
Auto Power On
If you start iPod/iPhone playback while the AV receiver
is on standby, the AV receiver will automatically turn
on and select your iPod/iPhone as the input source.
Direct Change
If you start iPod/iPhone playback while listening to
another input source, the AV receiver will automatically
select your iPod/iPhone as the input source.
Using the AV receiver’s Remote Controller
You can use the AV receiver’s remote controller to
control basic iPod/iPhone functions (➔ page 69).
■ Operating Notes
• Functionality depends on your iPod/iPhone model and
generation.
• Before selecting a different input source, stop your
iPod/iPhone playback to prevent the AV receiver from
selecting the iPod/iPhone input source by mistake.
• If any accessories are connected to your iPod/iPhone, the AV
receiver may not be able to select the input source properly.
• When connecting the UP-A1 Dock to the radio tuner UP-HT1
(North American models)/UP-DT1 (Australian models)
with AUTO selected by the tuner’s Mode Selector switch, you
can switch the input source between UP-A1 Dock and the
tuner, by pressing Port repeatedly on the front panel.
• While your iPod/iPhone is in the UP-A1 Dock, its volume
control has no effect. If you adjust your iPod/iPhone models
volume control while it’s in the UP-A1 Dock, make sure it’s
not set too high before you reconnect your headphones.
• The Auto Power On function will not work if you set your
iPod/iPhone in the UP-A1 Dock while it is playing.
• When Zone 2 is turned on, you can’t use Auto Power On and
Direct Change functions.
• Do not turn off the power with the iPod/iPhone still connected
to this unit via the UP-A1 Dock.
• Set your iPod/iPhone in the UP-A1 Dock after the AV
receiver turns on.
• The “Charge Mode” setting must be set to “On” to enable the
Auto Power On and Direct Change functions (➔ page 56).
■ Using Your iPod/iPhone Alarm Clock
You can use the Alarm Clock function of your
iPod/iPhone to automatically turn on your iPod/iPhone
and the AV receiver at a specified time. The AV receiver’s
input source will automatically be set to the Port selector.
Note
• To use this function, your iPod/iPhone must be in the UP-A1
Dock, and the UP-A1 Dock must be connected to the AV
receiver.
• This function works only in Standard mode (➔ page 70).
• When you use this function, be sure to set the AV receiver’s
volume control to a suitable level.
• When Zone 2 is turned on, you can’t use this function.
• This function doesn’t work when alarms sounds are set on your
iPod/iPhone.
• The “Charge Mode” setting must be set to “On” to enable the
Alarm Clock function (➔ page 56).
■ Charging Your iPod/iPhone Battery
When the UP-A1 Dock with docked iPod/iPhone is
connected to the AV receiver, the battery of your
iPod/iPhone is charged. Charging occurs when AV
receiver is set to on or standby.
You can specify how the power is fed to your iPod/iPhone
when the AV receiver is in standby mode (➔ page 56).
Note
• When the UP-A1 Dock with docked iPod/iPhone is connected,
the power consumption on standby mode slightly increases.
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■ Status Messages
If either of the following messages is not displayed on the
AV receiver’s display, check the connection to your
iPod/iPhone.
• PORT Reading
The AV receiver is checking the connection with the
dock.
• PORT Not Support
The AV receiver do not support the connected dock.
• PORT UP-A1
UP-A1 Dock is connected.
Note
• The AV receiver displays the message “UP-A1” for several
seconds after recognizing the UP-A1.
RI Dock
With the RI Dock, you can easily play the music stored on
your Apple iPod/iPhone through the AV receiver and
enjoy great sound, and watch iPod/iPhone slideshows and
videos on your TV. In addition, the onscreen display
(OSD) allows you to view, navigate, and select your
iPod/iPhone model’s contents on your TV, and with the
supplied remote controller, you can control your
iPod/iPhone from the comfort of your sofa. You can even
use the AV receiver’s remote controller to operate your
iPod/iPhone.
Note
iPod/iPhone Alarm
If you use the Alarm function on your iPod/iPhone to
start playback, the AV receiver will turn on at the
specified time and select your iPod/iPhone as the input
source automatically.
Note
• Linked operations do not work with video playback or when the
alarm is set to play a sound.
• If you use your iPod/iPhone with any other accessories,
iPod/iPhone playback detection may not work.
• This function works only in Standard mode (➔ page 70).
• The System On function may not work depending on the RI
Dock.
■ Operating Notes
• Use the AV receiver’s volume control to adjust the playback
volume.
• While your iPod/iPhone is inserted in the RI Dock, its volume
control has no effect.
• If you do adjust the volume control on your iPod/iPhone while
it’s inserted in the RI Dock, be careful that it’s not set too loud
before you reconnect your headphones.
Note
• On the iPod with video and iPod nano (1st generation), the click
wheel is disabled during playback.
Controlling Your iPod/iPhone
• Enter the appropriate remote control code before using the AV
receiver’s remote controller for the first time (➔ page 71).
• Connect the RI Dock to the AV receiver with an u cable
(➔ page 20).
• Set the RI Dock’s RI MODE switch to “HDD” or
“HDD/DOCK”.
• Set the AV receiver’s Input Display to “DOCK” (➔ page 41).
By pressing the Remote Mode that’s been programmed
with the remote control code for your Dock, you can
control your iPod/iPhone in the Dock with the buttons
described further in this section.
See “Entering Remote Control Codes” for details on
entering a remote control code (➔ page 71).
See the Dock’s instruction manual for more information.
■ System Function
UP-A1 Dock
System On
When you turn on the AV receiver, the RI Dock and
iPod/iPhone turn on automatically. In addition, when RI
Dock and iPod/iPhone are on, the AV receiver can be
turned on by pressing 8Source.
Auto Power On
If you press the remote controller’s 1 (Playback)
while the AV receiver is on standby, the AV receiver
will automatically turn on, select your iPod/iPhone as
the input source, and your iPod/iPhone will start
playback.
Direct Change
If you start iPod/iPhone playback while listening to
another input source, the AV receiver will automatically
switch to the input to which the RI Dock is connected.
Other Remote Controllers
You can use the remote controller that came with the
AV receiver to control other iPod/iPhone functions. The
available functionality depends on the AV receiver.
Port is preprogrammed with the remote control code for
controlling a Dock via Universal Port.
You can control your iPod/iPhone when “Port” is
selected as the input source.
RI Dock
• Set the RI Dock’s RI MODE switch to “HDD” or
“HDD/DOCK”.
• 8Source may not work with a remote control code
(without u). In this case, make an u connection and
enter the remote control code 81993 (with u).
■ With the RI Control
Make an u connection and enter the remote
control code 81993 (with u).
• Set the AV receiver’s Input Display to “DOCK”
(➔ page 41).
■ Without the RI Control
You must enter the remote control code 82990 first
(➔ page 72).
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✔: Available buttons
Press the appropriate Remote Mode first.
f
Buttons
✔
a 8Source*1
✔
b Top Menu*2
g
h
i
b
j
c
k
u Dock
a
UP-A1 Dock
Onkyo Dock
✔
c q/w/e/r, Enter
✔*3
Playlist e/r
✔*4
✔
d 1, 3, 2, 5, 4,
7, 6
✔
✔
e Repeat
Random
✔
✔
✔
✔
f Display
g Muting
✔*5
✔*6
✔
✔
h Album +/–
✔*4
✔
✔
i VOL q/w
✔
j Menu
k Return
✔
l Mode
✔*7
✔
✔*8
d
e
l
• With some iPod/iPhone models, generations and RI Docks, certain buttons may not work as expected.
• For detailed operation of iPod/iPhone, please refer to the instruction manual of the RI Dock.
*1 This button does not turn the Onkyo DS-A2 or DS-A2X RI Dock on or off. Also, your iPod/iPhone may not respond the first time
you press this button, in which case you should press it again. This is because the remote controller transmits the On and Standby
commands alternately, so if your iPod/iPhone is already on, it will remain on when the remote controller transmits the On command.
Similarly, if your iPod/iPhone is already off, it will remain off when the remote controller transmits the Off command.
*2 Top Menu works as the mode button when used with the DS-A2 RI Dock.
*3 In Extended mode (see *7), e/r is used as the page jump button.
This allows you to quickly locate your favorite songs even when such lists as the song or artist lists are very long.
*4 In Extended mode (see *7), this button doesn’t work.
*5 In Extended mode (see *7), Display is used to switch between song informations. In Standard mode (see *7), Display turns on
backlight for a second.
*6 Display turns on backlight for a second.
*7 Press Mode to switch between the following modes:
Standard mode
Nothing is displayed on your TV. Contents are browsed and selected on your iPod/iPhone display.
Extended mode (Music)
The music contents (artists, albums, songs, and so on) are displayed on your TV, and you can browse and select them on screen.
Extended mode (Video)
The video contents (Movies, Music Videos, TV Shows, Video Podcasts or Rentals) are displayed on your TV, and you can browse
and select them on screen.
*8 Resume mode
With the Resume function, you can resume playback of the song that was playing when you removed your iPod/iPhone from the RI
Dock.
Note
• In Extended mode (see *7), you cannot operate your iPod/iPhone directly.
• In Extended mode (see *7), it may take some time to acquire the contents.
• In Extended mode (see *7), the on-screen navigation menus only appear on a TV that is connected to the HDMI OUT MAIN.
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Controlling Other Components
You can use the AV receiver’s remote controller to
control your other AV components, including those made
by other manufacturers. This section explains how to enter
the remote control code for a component that you want to
control: DVD, TV, CD, etc.
“Learning Commands” for learning commands directly
from another component’s remote controller
(➔ page 74).
“Using Normal Macros” for programing Activities
to perform a sequence of remote control actions
(➔ page 75).
Preprogrammed Remote Control
Codes
The following Remote Mode buttons are
preprogrammed with remote control codes for controlling
the components listed. You do not need to enter a remote
control code to control these components.
For details on controlling these components, see the
indicated pages.
6
Use q/w/e/r to select a character, and then press
Enter.
Repeat this step for the first three characters of the
brand name.
When you have entered the 3rd character, select
“Search” and press Enter.
A list of brand names is retrieved.
If the desired brand name is not found:
Use r to select “Not Listed”, and then press Enter.
The panel for brand name input appears.
7
Use q/w to select a brand, and then press Enter.
A remote control code with its instructions are
displayed. Follow the procedure.
8
If you can control the component, use q/w to select
“OK”, and then press Enter.
The “Remote Mode Setup” menu appears.
If you cannot control the component, use q/w to
select “Try next code” and press Enter.
The next code is displayed.
BD/DVD Integra/Onkyo Blu-ray Disc player
TV/CD
Port
(➔ page 72)
Integra/Onkyo CD player (➔ page 72)
Onkyo Universal Port Option (➔ page 69)
Looking up for Remote Control Code
Entering Remote Control Codes
You’ll need to enter a code for each component that you
want to control.
1
Look up the appropriate remote control code in the
separate Remote Control Codes list.
The codes are organized by category (e.g., DVD
player, TV, etc.).
2
While holding down the Remote Mode to which
you want to assign a code, press and hold down
Display (about 3 seconds).
The Remote Mode button lights.
You can look up for an appropriate remote control code
from the on-screen setup menu.
Note
• This can only be carried out using the on-screen setup menu.
1
Press Receiver followed by Setup.
The main menu appears on-screen.
Note
Tip
• Remote control codes cannot be entered for Receiver and
Zone 2.
• Only TV remote control codes can be entered for TV.
• Except for Receiver, TV and Zone 2, remote control
codes from any category can be assigned to the Remote
Mode. However, these buttons also work as input selector
buttons (➔ page 23), so choose a Remote Mode that
corresponds with the input to which you connect your
component. For example, if you connect your CD player to
the CD input, choose TV/CD when entering its remote
control code.
• If the main menu doesn’t appear, make sure the appropriate
external input is selected on your TV.
2
Use q/w to select “Remote Controller Setup”, and
then press Enter.
3
Use q/w to select “Remote Mode Setup”, and then
press Enter.
4
Use q/w to select a remote mode, and then press
Enter.
The menu of category selection appears.
5
Use q/w to select a category, and then press Enter.
The panel for brand name input appears.
3
Within 30 seconds, use the number buttons to enter
the 5-digit remote control code.
Remote Mode button flashes twice.
If the remote control code is not entered successfully,
Remote Mode button will flash once slowly.
Note
• Though the provided remote control codes are correct at the time
of printing, they are subject to change.
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Remote Control Codes for Integra/Onkyo
Components Connected via u
2
Integra/Onkyo components that are connected via u are
controlled by pointing the remote controller at the AV
receiver, not the component. This allows you to control
components that are out of view, in a rack, for example.
1
2
3
Make sure the Integra/Onkyo component is
connected with an u cable and an analog audio
cable (RCA).
See “Connecting Integra/Onkyo u Components”
for details (➔ page 20).
Enter the appropriate remote control code for
Remote Mode, referring to the previous section.
` 42157:
Onkyo cassette tape deck with u
` 81993:
Onkyo Dock with u
Press Remote Mode, point the remote controller
at the AV receiver, and operate the component.
Controlling Integra/Onkyo components without u
If you want to control an Integra/Onkyo component by
pointing the remote controller directly at it, or you want to
control an Integra/Onkyo component that’s not connected
via u, use the following remote control codes:
`30627:
Integra/Onkyo DVD player without u
`71817:
Integra/Onkyo CD player without u
`32900/33100/33500:
Integra/Onkyo Blu-ray Disc player
`32901/33104/33504:
Integra/Onkyo HD DVD player
`70868:
Onkyo MD recorder without u
`71323:
Onkyo CD recorder without u
`82990:
Onkyo Dock without u
Resetting REMOTE MODE Buttons
You can reset a Remote Mode to its default remote
control code.
1
While holding down Remote Mode that you want
to reset, press and hold down Home until Remote
Mode button lights (about 3 seconds).
Note
• The learning command is also reset.
Resetting the Remote Controller
You can reset the remote controller to its default settings.
1
While holding down Receiver, press and hold
down Home until Receiver lights (about 3
seconds).
2
Within 30 seconds, press Receiver again.
Receiver flashes twice, indicating that the remote
controller has been reset.
Controlling Other Components
By pressing the Remote Mode that’s been programmed
with the remote control code for your component, you can
control your component as described below.
For details on entering a remote control code for other
components, see “Entering Remote Control Codes”
(➔ page 71).
Controlling a TV
TV is preprogrammed with the remote control code for
controlling a TV that supports the p*1 (limited to
some models). The TV must be able to receive remote
control commands via p and be connected to the
AV receiver via HDMI. If controlling your TV via
p doesn’t work very well, program your TV’s
remote control code into TV and use the TV remote mode
to control your TV.
Use the following remote control codes:
`11807/13100/13500:
TV with p
Controlling a Blu-ray Disc/DVD Player, HD
DVD Player or DVD Recorder
BD/DVD is preprogrammed with the remote control code
for controlling a component that supports the p*1
(limited to some models). The component must be able to
receive remote control commands via p and be
connected to the AV receiver via HDMI.
Use the following remote control codes:
`32910/33101/33501/31612:
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player with p
*1
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Within 30 seconds, press Remote Mode again.
Remote Mode button flashes twice, indicating that
the button has been reset.
Each of Remote Mode is preprogrammed with a
remote control code. When a button is reset, its
preprogrammed code is restored.
The p supported by the AV receiver is the CEC
system control function of the HDMI standard.
✔: Available buttons
Press the appropriate Remote Mode first.
✔
a 8Source*1
j
k
l
d
e
c Guide
Top Menu
✔
d q/w/e/r,
Enter
✔
m
f
✔ ✔
✔
✔
✔ ✔
✔
✔
✔ ✔
✔
✔*4 ✔
✔
✔*4 ✔
Random
✔*2*4
✔*2
✔*4
✔*4 ✔
Mode
✔*2*4 ✔*2 ✔*4
✔
✔ ✔
✔*2
✔ ✔
✔
✔
✔ ✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔ ✔
✔
✔
✔ ✔
l PREV CH
Menu
✔
m Return
n CLR
✔
✔
✔ ✔
✔
✔
✔ ✔
*4
✔*3
✔*4 ✔
✔
k CH +/–
Disc +/–
*3
h
✔
✔*4
i Display
j Muting
✔
✔ ✔
✔*2*4
h Number: 1 to 9, 0 ✔
Number: +10
✔*2
*2
✔
✔*2*4 ✔*2 ✔*4
g Search
Repeat
*1
g
✔ ✔
✔
✔
e Setup
f 1, 3, 2, 5, ✔*2
4, 7, 6
b
c
b 8, Input,
TV VOL q/w
✔
Satellite receiver
Cable receiver
CD player/CD recorder
MD recorder
Cassette tape deck
TV
Buttons
Blu-ray Disc player
HD DVD player
VCR/PVR
i
a
DVD player/DVD recorder
Components
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔ ✔
✔
✔
When you press 8Source, the related component is turned
on (or off).
The p function is not supported. The p
supported by the AV receiver is the CEC system control
function of the HDMI standard.
3 (Pause) functions as reverse playback.
These buttons function as colored buttons or A, B, C, D
buttons.
Note
n
• See the “Controlling Your iPod/iPhone” about the operation of
iPod/iPhone (➔ page 69).
Note
• With some components, certain buttons may not work as
expected, and some may not work at all.
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Learning Commands
Note
The AV receiver’s remote controller can learn the
commands of other remote controllers. By transmitting,
for example, the Play command from your CD player’s
remote controller, the supplied remote controller can learn
it, and then reproduce the exact same command when its
1 is pressed in CD remote mode.
This is useful when you’ve entered the appropriate remote
control code (➔ page 71) but some buttons don’t work
as expected.
8Receiver
Remote Mode
1
While holding down Remote Mode for the mode
in which you want to use the command, press and
hold down 8Receiver until the Remote Mode
button lights (about 3 seconds).
2
On the supplied remote controller, press the
button to which you want to assign the new
command.
3
Point the remote controllers at each other, within
about 4 inches (10 cm) apart, and then press and
hold the button whose command you want to
acquire until the Remote Mode button flashes.
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4
To learn more commands, repeat steps 2 and 3.
Press any Remote Mode when you’ve finished.
The Remote Mode button flashes twice.
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• The following buttons cannot learn new commands:
8Receiver, All Off, My Movie, My TV, My Music,
Remote Mode, Mode, Home.
• The remote controller can learn approximately 70 to 90
commands, although this will be less if commands that use a lot
of memory are learned.
• Remote controller buttons such as Play, Stop, and Pause are
preprogrammed with commands for controlling Onkyo CD
players, cassette decks, and DVD players. However, they can
learn new commands, and you can restore the preprogrammed
commands at any time by resetting the remote controller
(➔ page 72).
• To overwrite a previously acquire command, repeat this
procedure.
• Depending on the remote controller that you are using, there may
be some buttons that won’t work as expected, or even some
remotes with which learning is impossible.
• Only commands from infrared remote controllers can be acquire.
• When the remote controller runs out of batteries, all commands
acquired will be lost and will have to be learned all over again.
Therefore, do not discard your other remote controllers.
■ Deleting Acquired Commands
1. While holding down Remote Mode for the mode
from which you want to delete a command, press and
hold down TV until the Remote Mode button lights
(about 3 seconds).
2. Press Remote Mode or the button from which you
want to delete the commands.
The Remote Mode button flashes twice.
When you press Remote Mode, all commands
learned in that mode will be deleted.
Running Macros
Using Normal Macros
You can program the remote controller’s Activities to
perform a sequence of remote control actions.
Example:
To play a CD you typically need to perform the following
actions:
1. Press Receiver to select the Receiver remote
controller mode.
2. Press 8Receiver to turn on the AV receiver.
3. Press TV/CD to select the TV/CD input source.
4. Press 1 to start playback on the CD player.
You can program Activities so that all four actions are
performed with just one button press.
Each Activities can store one macro, and each macro can
contain up to 32 commands.
My Movie
My TV
My Music
Press My Movie, My TV, or My Music.
The commands in the macro are transmitted in the
order in which they were programmed. Keep the
remote controller pointed at the AV receiver until all
of the commands have been transmitted.
Macros can be run at any time, regardless of the
current remote controller mode.
Deleting Macros
1
2
Making Macros
All Off
1
While holding down Home, press and hold down
All Off until All Off lights (about 3 seconds).
Press All Off again.
All Off flashes twice.
Note
• When Normal macros are deleted, Activities are restored
to their default settings, namely the Easy macro commands
(➔ page 42).
• When using Normal macros, Easy macros cannot be used,
which includes changing the source components.
Receiver
1
2
3
While holding down Receiver, press and hold
down My Movie, My TV, or My Music until
My Movie, My TV, or My Music lights (about 3
seconds).
Press the buttons whose actions you want to
program into the macro in the order you want
them performed.
For the CD example above, you would press the
following buttons: 8Receiver, TV/CD, 1.
When you’ve finished, press Activities again.
Activities button flashes twice.
If you enter 32 commands, the process will finish
automatically.
Note
• Mode cannot be operated during the macro-making process.
• Once you assign new macro commands, the previously
registered macro will no longer work. If you wish to retrieve it,
you will have to reassign the commands with the macro-making.
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Appendix
Troubleshooting
If you have any trouble using the AV receiver, look for a
solution in this section. If you can’t resolve the issue
yourself, contact the dealer from whom you purchased this
unit.
If you can’t resolve the issue yourself, try resetting the
AV receiver before contacting the dealer from whom
you purchased this unit.
To reset the AV receiver to its factory defaults, turn
it on and, while holding down VCR/DVR, press
8On/Standby. “Clear” will appear on the display
and the AV receiver will enter standby mode.
■ When the power is restored after a power
interruption, “CHECK SP WIRE” appears on the
display
—
The protection circuit has been activated. Remove
the power cord from the wall outlet immediately.
Disconnect all speaker cables and input sources, and
leave the AV receiver with its power cord
disconnected for 1 hour. After that, reconnect the
power cord and set the volume to maximum. If the
AV receiver stays on, set the volume to minimum,
disconnect the power cord, and reconnect your
speakers and input sources. If the AV receiver turns
off when you set the volume to maximum,
disconnect the power cord, and contact the dealer
from whom you purchased this unit.
Audio
Note that resetting the AV receiver will delete your
radio presets and custom settings.
■ There’s no sound, or it’s very quiet
Make sure that the digital input source is selected
properly.
46
Make sure that all audio connecting plugs are pushed 16
in all the way.
Make sure that the inputs and outputs of all
components are connected properly.
17-20
Make sure that the polarity of the speaker cables is
correct, and that the bare wires are in contact with
the metal part of each speaker terminal.
13
Make sure that the input source is properly selected. 23
Make sure that the speaker cables are not shorting.
Receiver
If the MUTING indicator is flashing on the display, 41
press the remote controller’s Muting to unmute the
AV receiver.
Home
To reset the remote controller to its factory defaults,
while holding down Receiver, press and hold down
Home until Receiver button lights (about 3 seconds).
Within 30 seconds, press Receiver again.
The on-screen menus appear only on a TV that is
connected to the HDMI OUT MAIN. If your TV is
connected to other video outputs, use the AV
receiver’s display when changing settings.
Power
■ Can’t turn on the AV receiver
If there’s no sound from a DVD player connected to —
an HDMI IN, check the DVD player’s output
settings, and be sure to select a supported audio
format.
Check the digital audio output setting on the
connected device. On some game consoles, such as
those that support DVD, the default setting is off.
—
With some DVD-Video discs, you need to select an —
audio output format from a menu.
If your turntable uses an MC cartridge, you must
connect an MC head amp, or an MC transformer.
—
Make sure that none of the connecting cables are
bent, twisted, or damaged.
—
Not all listening modes use all speakers.
35
—
Specify the speaker distances and adjust the
individual speaker levels.
48
Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet, wait
five seconds or more, then plug it in again.
—
Make sure that the speaker setup microphone is not
still connected.
—
The input signal format is set to “PCM” or “DTS”.
Set it to “Off”.
55
The AV receiver will automatically enter standby
60
mode when Auto Standby has been set and launches.
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While a pair of headphones is connected to the
41
Phones jack, no sound is output from the speakers.
Make sure that the power cord is properly plugged
into the wall outlet.
■ The AV receiver turns off unexpectedly
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Check the volume. The AV receiver is designed for —
home theater enjoyment. It has a wide volume range,
allowing precise adjustment.
■ Only the front speakers produce sound
When the Stereo or Mono listening mode is selected, —
only the front speakers and subwoofer produce
sound.
In the Mono listening mode, only the front speakers 50
output sound if the “Output Speaker” setting is set
to “Left / Right”.
Check the Speaker Configuration.
47
■ Only the center speaker produces sound
If you use the Dolby Pro Logic IIx Movie, Dolby Pro —
Logic IIx Music, or Dolby Pro Logic IIx Game
listening mode with a mono source, such as an AM
radio station or mono TV program, the sound is
concentrated in the center speaker.
In the Mono listening mode, only the center speaker 50
output sound if the “Output Speaker” setting is set
to “Center”.
Make sure the speakers are configured correctly.
47
■ The surround speakers produce no sound
When the T-D (Theater-Dimensional), Stereo or
Mono listening mode is selected, the surround
speakers produce no sound.
—
47
■ The center speaker produces no sound
When the Stereo or Mono listening mode is selected, —
the center speaker produces no sound.
In the Mono listening mode, only the front speakers 50
output sound if the “Output Speaker” setting is set
to “Left / Right”.
Make sure the speakers are configured correctly.
47
■ The front high, front wide and surround back
speakers produce no sound
Depending on the current listening mode, no sound
may be produced by the front high, front wide and
surround back speakers. Select another listening
mode.
35
Depending on the sound source, the sound produced —
by the front high, front wide and surround back
speakers may be weak.
Make sure the speakers are configured correctly.
47
While the “Powered Zone 2” setting is set to “Yes”, 64
playback in the main room is reduced to 5.1channels and the front high, front wide and surround
back speakers produce no sound.
■ The subwoofer produces no sound
When you play a source material that contains no
information in the LFE channel, the subwoofer
produces no sound.
—
Make sure the speakers are configured correctly.
47
■ There’s no sound with a certain signal format
Check the digital audio output setting on the
connected device. On some game consoles, such as
those that support DVD, the default setting is off.
Depending on the input signal, some listening modes 35–39
cannot be selected.
■ Can’t get 6.1/7.1 playback
If no surround back, front wide and front high
speakers are connected, or the Zone 2 speakers are
being used, 6.1/7.1 playback is not possible.
—
Depending on the number of connected speakers, it
is not always possible to select all of the listening
modes.
35–39
■ The speaker volume cannot be set as required
Check to see if a maximum volume has been set.
57
If the volume level of each individual speaker has
been adjusted to high positive values, then the
maximum master volume possible may be reduced.
Note that the individual speaker volume levels are
set automatically after the Audyssey MultEQ® XT
Room Correction and Speaker Setup has been
performed.
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■ Noise can be heard
Depending on the source and current listening mode, —
not much sound may be produced by the surround
speakers. Try selecting another listening mode.
Make sure the speakers are configured correctly.
With some DVD-Video discs, you need to select an —
audio output format from a menu.
—
Using cable ties to bundle audio cables with power
cords, speaker cables, and the like may degrade the
audio performance, so refrain from doing it.
—
An audio cable may be picking up interference. Try —
repositioning your cables.
■ The Late Night function doesn’t work
Make sure the source material is Dolby Digital,
Dolby Digital Plus, and Dolby TrueHD.
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■ About DTS signals
—
When DTS program material ends and the DTS
bitstream stops, the AV receiver remains in DTS
listening mode and the DTS indicator remains on.
This is to prevent noise when you use the pause, fast
forward, or fast reverse function on your player. If
you switch your player from DTS to PCM, because
the AV receiver does not switch formats
immediately, you may not hear any sound, in which
case you should stop your player for about three
seconds, and then resume playback.
With some CD and LD players, you won’t be able to —
playback DTS material properly even though your
player is connected to a digital input on the AV
receiver. This is usually because the DTS bitstream
has been processed (e.g., output level, sampling rate,
or frequency response changed) and the AV receiver
doesn’t recognize it as a genuine DTS signal. In such
cases, you may hear noise.
Playing DTS program material, using the pause, fast —
forward, or fast reverse function on your player may
produce a short audible noise. This is not a
malfunction.
■ The beginning of audio received by an HDMI IN
can’t be heard
Since it takes longer to identify the format of an
HDMI signal than it does for other digital audio
signals, audio output may not start immediately.
—
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Video
Tuner
■ There’s no picture
Make sure that all video connecting plugs are pushed 16
in all the way.
Make sure that each video component is properly
connected.
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If your TV is connected to the HDMI output(s),
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select “- - - - -” in the “HDMI Input” setup to watch
composite video, S-Video and component video
sources.
If the video source is connected to a component
video input, you must assign that input to an input
selector, and your TV must be connected to either
the HDMI output(s) or COMPONENT VIDEO
MONITOR OUT.
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■ Reception is noisy, FM stereo reception is
noisy, or the FM STEREO indicator doesn’t light
Relocate your antenna.
—
Move the AV receiver away from your TV or computer. —
Listen to the station in mono.
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When listening to an AM station, operating the
remote controller may cause noise.
—
Passing cars and airplanes can cause interference.
—
Concrete walls weaken radio signals.
—
If nothing improves the reception, install an outdoor —
antenna.
If the video source is connected to a composite video 18
input, your TV must be connected to the HDMI
output(s) or the corresponding composite video
output.
Remote Controller
■ The remote controller doesn’t work
Before operating this unit, be sure to press
Receiver.
—
Make sure that the batteries are installed with the
correct polarity.
4
On your TV, make sure that the video input to which —
the AV receiver is connected is selected.
Install new batteries. Don’t mix different types of
batteries, or old and new batteries.
4
If the “Monitor Out” setting is set to “Both(Main)” —
or “Both(Sub)” while your TV is connected to a
secondary HDMI output (not a primary HDMI
output), the picture may not appear. In this case,
change the setting to “Both”.
Make sure that the remote controller is not too far
away from the AV receiver, and that there’s no
obstruction between the remote controller and the
AV receiver’s remote control sensor.
4
Make sure that the AV receiver is not subjected to
direct sunshine or inverter-type fluorescent lights.
Relocate if necessary.
—
If the video source is connected to an HDMI input, 17, 45
you must assign that input to an input selector, and
your TV must be connected to the HDMI output(s).
■ There’s no picture from a source connected to
an HDMI IN
Reliable operation with an HDMI-to-DVI adapter is 90
not guaranteed. In addition, video signals from a PC
are not guaranteed.
When the resolution is set to any resolution not
supported by the TV, no video is output from the
HDMI outputs.
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If the message “Resolution Error” appears on the
AV receiver’s display, this indicates that your TV
does not support the current video resolution and
you need to select another resolution on your DVD
player.
—
Make sure you’ve selected the correct remote
controller mode.
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When using the remote controller to control other
manufacturers’ AV components, some buttons may
not work as expected.
—
Make sure you’ve entered the correct remote control 71
code.
Make sure to set the same ID on both the AV
receiver and remote controller.
■ The on-screen menus don’t appear
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■ Can’t control other components
On your TV, make sure that the video input to which —
the AV receiver is connected is selected.
When the AV receiver is not connected to a TV via
HDMI, onscreen menus are not displayed.
If the AV receiver is installed in a rack or cabinet
—
with colored-glass doors, the remote controller may
not work reliably when the doors are closed.
—
■ The on screen display does not appear
Depending on the input signal, the on screen display 57
may not appear when the input signal from the
HDMI IN is output to a device connected to the
HDMI OUT MAIN.
If it’s an Integra/Onkyo component, make sure that
the u cable and analog audio cable are connected
properly. Connecting only an u cable won’t be
enough.
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Make sure you’ve selected the correct remote
controller mode.
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For a proper operation of the remote controller as a 41
cassette tape deck is connected to the TV/CD IN
jack, or as an RI Dock is connected to the TV/CD
IN, VCR/DVR IN or GAME IN jacks, you must set
the input display accordingly.
If you cannot operate it, you will need to enter the
appropriate remote control code.
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To control another manufacturer’s component, point 71
the remote controller at that component.
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To control an Integra/Onkyo component that’s
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connected via u, point the remote controller at the
AV receiver. Be sure to enter the appropriate remote
control code first.
To control an Integra/Onkyo component that’s not 72
connected via u, point the remote controller at the
component. Be sure to enter the appropriate remote
control code first.
The entered remote control code may not be correct. —
If more than one code is listed, try each one.
■ Can’t learn commands from another remote
controller
When learning commands, make sure that the
transmitting ends of both remote controllers are
pointing at each other.
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Are you trying to learn from a remote controller that —
cannot be used for learning? Some commands
cannot be learned, especially those that contain
several instructions.
■ The AV receiver unexpectedly selects your
iPod/iPhone as the input source
Always pause iPod/iPhone playback before selecting —
a different input source. If playback is not paused,
the Direct Change function may select your
iPod/iPhone as the input source by mistake during
the transition between tracks.
■ iPod/iPhone doesn’t work properly
Try reconnecting your iPod/iPhone.
—
Recording
■ Can’t record
On your recorder, make sure the correct input is
selected.
—
To prevent signal loops and damage to the AV
—
receiver, input signals are not fed through to outputs
with the same name (VCR/DVR IN to VCR/DVR
OUT).
UP-A1 Dock for iPod/iPhone
■ There’s no sound
Make sure your iPod/iPhone is actually playing.
—
Make sure your iPod/iPhone is properly inserted in
the Dock.
—
Make sure the UP-A1 Dock is connected to the
UNIVERSAL PORT jack on the AV receiver.
—
Make sure the AV receiver is turned on, the correct —
input source is selected, and the volume is turned up.
Make sure the plugs are pushed in all the way.
—
Try resetting your iPod/iPhone.
—
Zone 2
■ There’s no sound
Only components connected to analog inputs can be —
played in Zone 2.
■ The Zone 2 speakers produce no sound
Powered Zone 2 cannot be used if “Speakers
Type(Front)” is set to “Bi-Amp”.
■ There’s no video
Make sure that your iPod/iPhone model’s TV OUT
setting is set to On.
—
Make sure the correct input is selected on your TV
or the AV receiver.
—
Some versions of the iPod/iPhone do not output
video.
—
■ The AV receiver’s remote controller doesn’t
control my iPod/iPhone
Make sure your iPod/iPhone is properly inserted in —
the Dock. If your iPod/iPhone is in a case, it may not
connect properly to the Dock. Always remove your
iPod/iPhone from the case before inserting it into the
Dock.
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Music Server and Internet Radio
■ Can’t access the server or Internet radio
Check the network connection between the AV
receiver and your router or switch.
—
Make sure that your modem and router are properly —
connected, and make sure they are both turned on.
Make sure the server is up and running and
compatible with the AV receiver.
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Check the “Network” settings.
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■ Playback stops while listening to music files on
the server
The iPod/iPhone cannot be operated while it’s
displaying the Apple logo.
—
Make sure your server is compatible with the AV
receiver.
Make sure you’ve selected the right remote mode.
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When you use the AV receiver’s remote controller,
point it toward your AV receiver.
—
If you download or copy large files on your
—
computer, playback may be interrupted. Try closing
any unused programs, use a more powerful
computer, or use a dedicated server.
When connecting the UP-A1 Dock to the radio tuner —
UP-HT1 (North American models)/UP-DT1
(Australian models) with AUTO selected with the
tuner’s Mode Selector switch, you can switch the
input source between the UP-A1 Dock and the tuner,
by pressing Port repeatedly on the front panel.
If you still can’t control your iPod/iPhone, start
—
playback by pressing your iPod/iPhone model’s Play
button. Remote operation should then be possible.
Try resetting your iPod/iPhone.
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—
If the server is serving large music files to several
networked devices simultaneously, the network may
become overloaded and playback may be
interrupted. Reduce the number of playback devices
on the network, upgrade your network, or use a
switch instead of a hub.
—
Depending on your iPod/iPhone, some buttons may —
not work as expected.
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■ Can’t connect to the AV receiver from a Web
browser
If you’re using DHCP, your router may not always 60
allocate the same IP address to the AV receiver, so if
you find that you can’t connect to a server or Internet
radio station, recheck the AV receiver’s IP address
on the “Network” screen.
Check the “Network” settings.
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USB Device Playback
■ Can’t access the music files on a USB device
Make sure the USB device is plugged in properly.
—
The AV receiver supports USB devices that support —
the USB mass storage device class. However,
playback may not be possible with some USB
devices even if they conform to the USB mass
storage device class.
USB memory devices with security functions cannot —
be played.
Others
■ Standby power consumption
In the following cases, the power consumption in
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standby mode may reach up to a maximum of 60 W: 59, 60
– You are using the Universal Port jack.
– “Network Control” is set to “Enable” in the
“Network” setting.
– “HDMI Control(RIHD)” setting is set to “On”.
(Depending on the TV status, the AV receiver
will enter standby mode as usual.)
– The “HDMI Through” setting is set to other than
“Off”.
■ The sound changes when I connect my
headphones
—
When a pair of headphones is connected, the
listening mode is set to Stereo, unless it’s already set
to Stereo, Mono or Direct.
■ The speaker distance cannot be set as required
In some cases, corrected values suitable for home
theater use may be set automatically.
—
■ How do I change the language of a multiplex
source
Use the “Multiplex” setting on the “Audio Adjust” 50
menu to select “Main” or “Sub”.
■ The u functions don’t work
To use u, you must make an u connection and
an analog audio connection (RCA) between the
component and AV receiver, even if they are
connected digitally.
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These functions don’t work when Zone 2 is turned
on.
This can be caused by a malfunction in your speaker —
unit. Check if the unit produces normal sounds.
■ The following settings can be made for the
S-Video and composite video inputs
You must use the buttons on the unit to make these
settings.
On the AV receiver, press the input selector for the
input source that you want to set and the Setup button
simultaneously. While holding down the input selector
button, press Setup until “Video ATT:On” appears on
the display. Then, release both buttons. To reactivate
the setting, repeat the above process so that “Video
ATT:Off” appears on the display, and release the
buttons.
• Video Attenuation
This setting can be made for the BD/DVD, VCR/DVR,
CBL/SAT, Game or AUX input.
If you have a game console connected to the composite
video input, and the picture isn’t very clear, you can
attenuate the gain.
Video ATT:Off: (default).
Video ATT:On: Gain is reduced by 2 dB.
■ If the picture on your TV/monitor connected to
the HDMI output(s) is unstable, try switching
the DeepColor function off
To turn off the DeepColor function, simultaneously
press the CBL/SAT and 8On/Standby buttons on the
AV receiver. While holding down CBL/SAT, press
8On/Standby until “Off” appears on the display.
Then, release both buttons. To reactivate the DeepColor
function, repeat the above process until “On” appears
on the display and release the buttons.
The AV receiver contains a microcomputer for signal
processing and control functions. In very rare situations,
severe interference, noise from an external source, or
static electricity may cause it to lockup. In the unlikely
event that this happens, unplug the power cord from the
wall outlet, wait at least five seconds, and then plug it
back in.
Onkyo is not responsible for damages (such as CD
rental fees) due to unsuccessful recordings caused by
the unit’s malfunction. Before you record important
data, make sure that the material will be recorded
correctly.
Before disconnecting the power cord from the wall
outlet, set the AV receiver to standby.
■ The functions System On/Auto Power On and
Direct Change don’t work for components
connected via u
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■ When performing “Automatic Speaker Setup”,
the measurement fails showing the message
“Ambient noise is too high.”
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Important Note Regarding Video Playback
The AV receiver can upconvert component video, SVideo, and composite video sources for display on a TV
connected to the HDMI output(s). However, if the picture
quality of the source is poor, upconversion may make the
picture worse or disappear altogether.
In this case, try the following:
1
If the video source is connected to a component
video input, connect your TV to the
COMPONENT VIDEO MONITOR OUT.
If the video source is connected to an S-Video input,
connect your TV to a MONITOR OUT S.
If the video source is connected to a composite video
input, connect your TV to the MONITOR OUT V.
2
On the main menu, select “Input/Output Assign”
and then “Component Video Input” (➔ page 45).
If the video source is connected to COMPONENT
VIDEO IN 1, select the relevant input selector, and
assign it to “IN1”.
If the video source is connected to COMPONENT
VIDEO IN 2, select the relevant input selector, and
assign it to “IN2”.
If the video source is connected to COMPONENT
VIDEO IN 3, select the relevant input selector, and
assign it to “IN3”.
If the video source is connected to an S-Video input
or composite video input, select the relevant input
selector, and assign it to “- - - - -”.
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Firmware Update
To update the firmware of the AV receiver, you can
choose from the following two methods: update via
network, or update via USB storage. Choose the one that
best suits your environment. Before proceeding with the
update, please read the corresponding explanations
carefully.
■ Update via network
You need a wired Internet connection to update the
firmware.
■ Update via USB storage (➔ page 83)
Please prepare a USB storage device such as a USB
flash memory stick. You need at least 32 MB of
available space to update the firmware.
Note
• Check the network connection before updating.
• Do not touch the any cable or device connected to the AV
receiver during the update process.
• Do not attempt to access the AV receiver from your PC while it
is being updated.
• Do not shutdown the power of the AV receiver while it is being
updated.
• The storage media in the USB card reader may not work.
• If the USB device is partitioned, each section will be treated as
an independent device.
• If the USB device contains a lot of data, the AV receiver may
take a while to read it.
• Operation is not guaranteed for all USB devices, which includes
the ability to power them.
• Onkyo takes no responsibility whatsoever for the loss or damage
of data resulting from the use of a USB device with the AV
receiver. Onkyo recommends that you back up your important
music files beforehand.
• If you connect a USB hard disk drive to the USB port, Onkyo
recommends that you use its AC adapter to power it.
• USB hubs and USB devices with hub functions are not
supported. Do not connect your USB device via a USB hub.
• USB devices with security functions are not supported.
Limitation of liability
The program and accompanying online documentation
are furnished to you for use at your own risk. Onkyo
will not be liable and you will have no remedy for
damages for any claim of any kind whatsoever
concerning your use of the program or the
accompanying online documentation, regardless of
legal theory, and whether arising in tort or contract. In
no event will Onkyo be liable to you or any third party
for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential
damages of any kind, including, but not limited to,
compensation, reimbursement or damages on account of
the loss of present or prospective profits, loss of data, or
for any other reason whatsoever.
Updating the Firmware via Network
The AV receiver allows you to update the firmware using
network connection on the rear panel.
Note
• Make sure your AV receiver and TV are turned on and an
Ethernet cable is connected to the rear panel of the AV receiver.
• Never unplug or turn off the AV receiver while it is being
updated.
• Never plug or unplug an HDMI or Ethernet cable during the
update process.
• Do not attempt to access the AV receiver from your PC while it
is being updated.
• Never unplug the power cord during the update process.
• It takes maximum 60 minutes to complete the firmware update.
• The AV receiver will retain all your settings after the update is
finished.
Before you start
• Set the “HDMI Control(RIHD)” setting to “Off”
(➔ page 58).
• Turn off the controller device connected via Ethernet
cable.
• Turn off Zone 2.
• Stop playback of contents from Internet Radio,
iPod/iPhone, USB or servers, etc.
Update procedure
1
Press Receiver followed by Setup on the remote
controller.
The Setup menu will be displayed on the TV screen.
The procedures thereafter can also be performed on
the AV receiver by using its Setup, arrow and
Enter buttons.
2
3
Select “Hardware Setup” and press Enter.
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5
Select “via NET” and press Enter.
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The message “Completed!” appears on the front
display of the AV receiver, indicating that the
update has been completed.
See the Integra web site for latest information.
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Select “Firmware Update” and press Enter.
Note that the “Firmware Update” option will be
grayed out for a short while after the AV receiver is
turned on. Please wait until it becomes operable.
Select “Update” and press Enter.
The update process will begin.
During the update process, the on-screen display
may disappear depending on the updated program.
When this occurs, you can still view the update
progress on the front display of the AV receiver. The
on-screen display will reappear after the update is
complete, and upon turning the AV receiver off and
on again.
7
Using 8On/Standby on the front panel, turn off
and on the AV receiver.
Do not use 8Receiver on the remote controller.
Congratulations! You now have the latest firmware
installed on your Integra AV receiver.
Troubleshooting
Case 1:
If “No Update” is displayed on the front display of the
AV receiver, it means that the firmware has already been
updated. You do not need to do anything further.
Case 2:
If an error occurs, “Error!! *-** No media” is displayed
on the front display of the AV receiver. (Alpha-numeric
characters on the front display are denoted by asterisks.)
Refer to the following table and take appropriate action.
■ Errors during an update via network
Error Code
Description
*-10, *-20
The Ethernet cable was not detected.
Reconnect the cable properly.
*-11, *-13, *-21,
Internet connection error.
Check the following items:
• Make sure the IP address, subnet mask,
gateway address, and DNS server are
configured properly.
• Make sure the router is turned on.
• Make sure the AV receiver and the router are
connected with an Ethernet cable.
• Make sure your router is configured properly.
See the instruction manual of the router.
• If your network allows only one client
connection and there is any other device
already connected, the AV receiver will not
be able to access the network. Consult your
Internet Service Provider (ISP).
• If your modem does not function as a router,
you will need a router. Depending on your
network, you may need to configure the
proxy server if necessary. See the document
provided by your ISP. If you are still unable
to access the Internet, the DNS or proxy
server may be temporarily down. Contact
your ISP.
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Updating the Firmware via USB
The AV receiver allows you to update the firmware using
a USB device.
Note
• Never unplug or turn off the AV receiver during the update
process.
• Never plug or unplug an HDMI cable or a USB device during the
update process.
• Never unplug the USB storage device containing the firmware
file or the AC power cord during the update process.
• Do not attempt to access the AV receiver from your PC while it
is being updated.
• It takes maximum 60 minutes to complete the firmware update.
• The AV receiver will retain all your settings after the update is
finished.
Before you start
• Set the “HDMI Control(RIHD)” setting to “Off”
(➔ page 58).
• Turn off the controller device connected via Ethernet
cable.
• Turn off Zone 2.
• Stop playback of contents from Internet Radio,
iPod/iPhone, USB or servers, etc.
• If there is any data in the USB device, remove it first.
Update procedure
1
Connect a USB device to your PC. If there is any
data in the USB device, remove it first.
2
Download the firmware file from the Integra web
site. The file name is as follows:
ONKAVR****_************.zip
Unzip the downloaded file. The following three
files are created:
ONKAVR****_************.of1
ONKAVR****_************.of2
ONKAVR****_************.of3
3
Copy the extracted files to the USB device. Be
careful not to copy the zip file.
4
Remove the USB device from your PC and
connect it to the USB port on the AV receiver.
5
Case 3:
If an error occurs during the update process, disconnect
then reconnect the AC power cord and try again.
Make sure the AV receiver and TV are turned on.
If the AV receiver is in standby mode, press
8On/Standby on the AV receiver to light up the
front display.
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Case 4:
If an error occurs due to a wrong selection of input
sources, turn off and on the AV receiver. Then retry the
update.
Select the USB input source.
“Now Initializing” is displayed on the front display
and then the name of the USB device is displayed. It
takes 20 to 30 seconds to recognize the USB device.
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Press Receiver followed by Setup on the remote
controller.
The setup menu will be displayed on the TV screen.
The procedures thereafter can also be performed on
the AV receiver by using its Setup, arrow and
Enter buttons.
Others
Retry the update procedure from the
beginning. If the error persists, please contact
Integra Support (➔ page 84) and provide the
error code.
Case 5:
If you do not have an Internet connection, please contact
Integra Support (➔ page 84).
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Select “Hardware Setup” and press Enter.
Select “Firmware Update” and press Enter.
Select “via USB” and press Enter.
Select “Update” and press Enter.
The update process will begin.
During the update process, the on-screen display
may disappear depending on the updated program.
When this occurs, you can still view the update
progress on the front display of the AV receiver. The
on-screen display will reappear after the update is
complete, and upon turning the AV receiver off and
on again.
Do not turn off the AV receiver and do not remove
the USB device during the update process.
The message “Completed!” appears on the front
display of the AV receiver, indicating that the
update has been completed.
Using 8On/Standby on the front panel, turn off
the AV receiver and then remove the USB device.
Do not use 8Receiver on the remote controller.
Congratulations! You now have the latest firmware
installed on your Integra AV receiver.
Troubleshooting
Case 1:
If “No Update” is displayed on the front display of the
AV receiver, it means that the firmware has already been
updated. You do not need to do anything further.
Case 2:
If an error occurs, “Error!! *-** No media” is displayed
on the front display of the AV receiver. (Alpha-numeric
characters on the front display are denoted by asterisks.)
Refer to the following table and take appropriate action.
■ Errors during an update via USB
Error Code
Description
*-10, *-20
The USB device was not detected. Make sure
the USB flash memory or USB cable is
properly connected to the USB port. If the
USB storage device has its own power supply,
use it to power the USB device.
*-14
The firmware file was not found in the root
folder of the USB device, or the firmware file
is for another model. Retry and download the
file on the support page of the web site,
following the on-site instructions. If the error
persists, please contact Integra Support and
provide the error code.
Others
Retry the update procedure from the
beginning. If the error persists, please contact
Integra Support and provide the error code.
Case 3:
If an error occurs during the update, disconnect then
reconnect the AC power cord and try again.
Case 4:
If an error occurs due to a wrong selection of input
sources, turn off and on the AV receiver. Then retry the
update.
ONKYO SOUND & VISION CORPORATION
2-1, Nisshin-cho, Neyagawa-shi, OSAKA 572-8540, JAPAN
The Americas
Integra Division of ONKYO U.S.A. CORPORATION
18 Park Way, Upper Saddle River, N.J. 07458, U.S.A.
Tel: 800-225-1946, 201-818-9200
Fax: 201-785-2650
Hours: M-F 9am-8pm/Sat-Sun 10am-4pm ET
<http://www.integrahometheater.com/>
Europe
ONKYO EUROPE ELECTRONICS GmbH
Liegnitzerstrasse 6, 82194 Groebenzell, GERMANY
Tel: +49-8142-4401-0 Fax: +49-8142-4401-555
<http://www.eu.onkyo.com/>
China, Hong Kong
ONKYO CHINA LIMITED
Unit 1&12, 9/F, Ever Gain Plaza Tower 1, 88, Container Port Road,
Kwai Chung, N.T., Hong Kong
Tel: 852-2429-3118 Fax: 852-2428-9039
<http://www.onkyochina.com/>
Asia, Oceania, Middle East, Africa
Please contact an ONKYO distributor referring to Onkyo SUPPORT
site.
<http://www.intl.onkyo.com/support/local_support/index.html>
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Connection Tips and Video Signal Path
The AV receiver supports several connection formats for compatibility with a wide range of AV equipment. The format
you choose will depend on the formats supported by your components. Use the following sections as a guide.
The on-screen menus appear only on a TV that is connected to the HDMI OUT MAIN. If your TV is connected to
other video outputs, use the AV receiver’s display when changing settings.
Video Connection Formats
Video components can be connected by using any one of the following video connection formats: composite video,
S-Video, PC IN (Analog RGB), component video or HDMI, the latter offering the best picture quality.
Tip
• For optimal video performance, THX recommends that video signals pass through the system without upconversion (e.g., component
video input passing through to component video output).
■ “Monitor Out” set to “HDMI Main” or “HDMI Sub”
Use these settings if you connect either the HDMI OUT
MAIN or HDMI OUT SUB of the AV receiver to your TV.
Video input signals flow through the AV receiver as shown,
with composite video, S-Video, PC IN (Analog RGB) and
component video sources all being upconverted for the
HDMI OUT MAIN.
The composite video, S-Video and component video outputs
pass through their respective input signals as they are.
Video Signal Flow Chart
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player, etc.
Composite
S-Video
PC IN
Component
(Analog RGB)
HDMI
IN
AV receiver
MONITOR OUT
Composite
S-Video
Component HDMI HDMI
MAIN SUB*1
TV, projector, etc.
*1
Video signals are output from either HDMI
MAIN or HDMI SUB.
■ “Monitor Out” set to “Both”, “Both(Main)” or “Both(Sub)”
Use these settings if you connect both the HDMI OUT
Video Signal Flow Chart
MAIN and HDMI OUT SUB of the AV receiver to your
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player, etc.
TV.
Video input signals flow through the AV receiver as shown,
with composite video, S-Video, PC IN (Analog RGB) and
Composite
S-Video
PC IN
Component HDMI
(Analog RGB)
component video sources all being upconverted for the
IN
HDMI OUT MAIN.
The composite video, S-Video and component video outputs
AV receiver
pass through their respective input signals as they are.
` Both: Video signals are output from both HDMI outputs
MONITOR OUT
at the resolution supported by both TVs. You cannot
Component HDMI HDMI
Composite
S-Video
select “Resolution” setting.
MAIN SUB
` Both(Main): Video signals are output from both HDMI
outputs but HDMI OUT MAIN takes priority; depending
TV, projector, etc
on the resolution, video signals may not be output from
HDMI OUT SUB.
` Both(Sub): Video signals are output from both HDMI
outputs but HDMI OUT SUB takes priority; depending
on the resolution, video signals may not be output from
HDMI OUT MAIN.
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Audio Connection Formats
Audio components can be connected by using any of the
following audio connection formats: analog, analog
multichannel, optical, coaxial or HDMI.
When choosing a connection format, bear in mind that the
AV receiver does not convert digital input signals for analog
line outputs and vice versa. For example, audio signals
connected to an optical or coaxial digital input are not output
by the analog VCR/DVR OUT.
Audio Signal Flow Chart
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player, etc.
Analog
Multichannel
Optical
Coaxial
HDMI
IN
*1
AV receiver
*1*3
*1
*1
*3
OUT
Analog
If signals are present at more than one input, the inputs will
be selected automatically in the following order of priority:
HDMI, digital, analog.
TV, projector, etc.
*1
*2
*3
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HDMI
*1 *2
Depends on the “Audio TV Out” setting (➔ page 59).
This is possible when “Audio Return Channel” is set to
“Auto” (➔ page 59), the TV/CD input selector is selected,
and your TV is ARC capable.
Only the front L/R channels are output.
Video Resolution Chart
The following tables show how video signals at different resolutions are output by the AV receiver.
NTSC/PAL
✔: Output
Input
HDMI
Component
S-Video
Composite
Output HDMI*3
4K*2
1080p/24
1080p
1080p
✔
✔
✔*3
1080i
720p
1080i
✔
✔
720p
✔
✔
480p/576p ✔
480i/576i
✔
✔*3
✔
✔
✔
✔*3
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔*3
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
1080p
✔
✔
✔
1080i
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
720p
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
480p/576p ✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
480i/576i
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
480i/576i
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
PC IN (Analog RGB)*1*4
Output Component
Input
HDMI
1080p
480p/576p 480i/576i
✔*3
S-Video
Composite
1080i
720p
480p/576p 480i/576i
480i/576i
1080p
1080i
720p
480p/576p
480i/576i
Component
1080p
1080i
720p
480p/576p
480i/576i
S-Video
Composite
480i/576i
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
PC IN (Analog RGB)*1*4
*1
Available resolutions: [640 × 480 60 Hz], [800 × 600 60 Hz], [1024 × 768 60 Hz], [1280 × 1024 60 Hz]
Available resolutions: [3840 × 2160 24/25/30 Hz]
*3 If you connect your TV to the HDMI OUT SUB, HDMI signals are output with no conversion.
*4 When video signals of personal computers connected to PC IN are output from HDMI OUT SUB, they may not display properly on
some TVs.
* The on-screen menus and superimposed menus are displayed via HDMI OUT MAIN.
*2
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Using an RIHD-compatible TV, Player, or Recorder
p, which stands for Remote Interactive over HDMI, is the name of the system control function found on
Integra/Onkyo components. The AV receiver can be used with CEC (Consumer Electronics Control), which allows
system control over HDMI and is part of the HDMI standard. CEC provides interoperability between various
components, however, operation with components other than p-compatible components cannot be guaranteed.
Operations that can be performed with
p connection
About p-compatible components
The following components are p-compatible (as
of January 2011).
■ TV
• Toshiba REGZA-LINK compatible TV
• Sharp TV
■ Players/Recorders
• Onkyo and Integra p-compatible players
• Toshiba REGZA-LINK compatible players and
recorders (only when used together with Toshiba
REGZA-LINK compatible TV)
• Sharp players and recorders (only when used together
with Sharp TV)
*
Models other than those mentioned above may have some
interoperability if compatible with CEC, which is part of the
HDMI Standard, but operation cannot be guaranteed.
Note
• For proper linked operations, do not connect more pcompatible components than the quantities specified below, to
the HDMI input terminal.
– Blu-ray Disc/DVD players: up to three.
– Blu-ray Disc/DVD recorders/Digital Video Recorders: up to
three.
– Cable/Satellite Set-top boxes: up to four.
• Do not connect the AV receiver to the other AV receiver/AV
amplifier via HDMI.
• Proper linked operations are not guaranteed when more
p-compatible components than the above-mentioned
quantities are connected.
■ For p-compatible TV
The following linked operations are enabled by
connecting the AV receiver to an p-compatible
TV.
• The AV receiver will enter standby mode when the
power of the TV is turned to standby.
• You can set on the menu screen of the TV to either
output the audio from the speakers connected to the AV
receiver, or from the speakers of the TV.
• It is possible to output the video/audio coming from the
antenna or from the input jack of the TV from the
speakers connected to the AV receiver. (A connection
such as optical digital cable or similar is required above
the HDMI cable.)
• Input to the AV receiver can be selected with the remote
controller of the TV.
• Operations such as volume adjustment or similar for the
AV receiver can be performed from the remote
controller of the TV.
■ For p-compatible players/recorders
The following linked operations are enabled by
connecting the AV receiver to an p-compatible
player/recorder.
• When the playback is started on the player/recorder,
input of the AV receiver will switch to the HDMI input
of the player/recorder that is playing back.
• Operation of the player/recorder is possible using the
remote controller supplied with the AV receiver.
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Depending on the model used, not all operations may be
available.
■ How to connect and setup
1
3
Confirm the connecting and setting.
1. Connect the HDMI OUT MAIN jack to the
HDMI input jack of the TV.
Blu-ray Disc/DVD player, etc.
HDMI
connection
AV receiver
DIGITAL AUDIO
connection
(OPTICAL)
HDMI
connection
TV, projector, etc.
2. Connect the audio output from the TV to the
OPTICAL IN 2 jack of the AV receiver using an
optical digital cable.
Note
• When the audio return channel (ARC) function is used with
an ARC capable TV, this connection is not necessary
(➔ page 59).
Note
• Perform the above operations when you use the AV
receiver for the first time, when the settings of each
component are changed, when the main power of each
component is turned off, when the power cable is
disconnected from the power supply, or when there has
been a power outage.
3. Connect the HDMI output of the Blu-ray
Disc/DVD player/recorder to the HDMI IN 1 jack
of the AV receiver.
Note
• It is necessary to assign the HDMI input when connecting
the Blu-ray Disc/DVD player/recorder to other jacks
(➔ page 45). Do not assign the components connected to
the HDMI IN to the TV/CD input at this time. Appropriate
CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) operation can not be
guaranteed.
2
Change each item in the “HDMI” menu according
to the following settings:
• HDMI Control(RIHD): On
• Audio Return Channel (ARC): Auto
See details of each setting (➔ pages 58, 59).
Confirm the settings.
1. Turn on the power for all connected components.
2. Turn off the power of the TV, and confirm that
the power of the connected components is turned
off automatically with the link operation.
3. Turn on the power of the Blu-ray Disc/DVD
player/recorder.
4. Start playback on the Blu-ray Disc/DVD
player/recorder, and verify the following.
• The AV receiver automatically turns on, and
selects the input to which the Blu-ray
Disc/DVD player/recorder is connected.
• The TV automatically turns on, and selects the
input to which the AV receiver is connected.
5. Following the operating instructions of the TV,
select “Use the TV speakers” from the menu
screen of the TV, and confirm that the audio is
output from the speakers of the TV, and not from
the speakers connected to the AV receiver.
6. Select “Use the speakers connected from the AV
receiver” from the menu screen of the TV, and
confirm that the audio is output from the speakers
connected to the AV receiver, and not from the
TV speakers.
4
Operate with the remote controller.
For buttons that can be operated (➔ page 72).
Note
• Audio from DVD-Audio or Super Audio CD may not
output from the TV speakers. You will be able to output the
audio from the TV speakers by setting the audio output of
the DVD player to 2ch PCM. (It may not be possible
depending on the player models.)
• Even if you set to output audio on the TV speakers, audio
will be output from the speakers connected to the AV
receiver when you adjust the volume or switch the input on
the AV receiver. To output audio from the TV speakers, redo the operations on the TV.
• In case of an p connection with u and u audio
control compatible components, do not connect the RI
cable at the same time.
• On the TV, when you select anything other than the HDMI
jack to which the AV receiver is connected, the input on the
AV receiver will be switched to “TV/CD”.
• The AV receiver will automatically power on in
conjunction when it determines it to be necessary. Even if
the AV receiver is connected to an p compatible
TV or player/recorder, it will not power on if it is not
necessary. It may not power on in conjunction when the TV
is set to output audio from the TV.
• Linked functions with the AV receiver may not work
depending on the component model connected. In such
cases, operate the AV receiver directly.
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About HDMI
Designed to meet the increased demands of digital TV, HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is a new digital
interface standard for connecting TVs, projectors, Blu-ray Disc/DVD players, set-top boxes, and other video
components. Until now, several separate video and audio cables have been required to connect AV components. With
HDMI, a single cable can carry control signals, digital video, and up to eight channels of digital audio (2-channel PCM,
multichannel digital audio, and multichannel PCM).
The HDMI video stream (i.e., video signal) is compatible with DVI (Digital Visual Interface)*1, so TVs and displays with
a DVI input can be connected by using an HDMI-to-DVI adapter cable. (This may not work with some TVs and displays,
resulting in no picture.)
The AV receiver uses HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection)*2, so only HDCP-compatible components can
display the picture.
The AV receiver’s HDMI interface is based on the following:
Audio Return Channel, 3D, x.v.Color, DeepColor, Lip Sync, DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution
Audio, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, DSD and Multichannel PCM.
Supported Audio Formats
• 2-channel linear PCM (32–192 kHz, 16/20/24 bit)
• Multichannel linear PCM (up to 7.1 ch, 32–192 kHz, 16/20/24 bit)
• Bitstream (DSD, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio, DTS-HD
Master Audio)
Your Blu-ray Disc/DVD player must also support HDMI output of the above audio formats.
About Copyright Protection
The AV receiver supports HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection)*2, a copy-protection system for digital
video signals. Other devices connected to the AV receiver via HDMI must also support HDCP.
*1
*2
*3
DVI (Digital Visual Interface): The digital display interface standard set by the DDWG*3 in 1999.
HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection): The video encryption technology developed by Intel for HDMI/DVI. It’s
designed to protect video content and requires a HDCP-compatible device to display the encrypted video.
DDWG (Digital Display Working Group): Lead by Intel, Compaq, Fujitsu, Hewlett Packard, IBM, NEC, and Silicon Image, this
open industry group’s objective is to address the industry’s requirements for a digital connectivity specification for highperformance PCs and digital displays.
Note
• The HDMI video stream is compatible with DVI (Digital Visual Interface), so TVs and displays with a DVI input can be connected by
using an HDMI-to-DVI adapter cable. (Note that DVI connections only carry video, so you’ll need to make a separate connection for
audio.) However, reliable operation with such an adapter is not guaranteed. In addition, video signals from a PC are not supported.
• The HDMI audio signal (sampling rate, bit length, etc.) may be restricted by the connected source component. If the picture is poor or
there’s no sound from a component connected via HDMI, check its setup. Refer to the connected component’s instruction manual for
details.
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Network/USB Features
Connecting to the Network
Network Requirements
The following diagram shows how you can connect the
AV receiver to your home network. In this example, it’s
connected to a LAN port on a router, which has a 4-port
100Base-TX switch built-in.
Internet radio
Modem
WAN
LAN
Computer or media server
Router
■ Ethernet Network
For the best results, a 100Base-TX switched Ethernet
network is recommended. Although it’s possible to play
music on a computer that’s connected to the network
wirelessly, playback may be unreliable, so it is
recommended to use wired connections.
■ Ethernet Router
A router manages the network, data-routing and supplying
of IP addresses. Your router must support the following:
• NAT (Network Address Translation). NAT allows
several networked computers to access the Internet
simultaneously via a single Internet connection. The AV
receiver needs Internet access for Internet radio.
• DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol). DHCP
supplies IP addresses to the network devices, allowing
them to configure themselves automatically.
• A router with a built-in 100Base-TX switch is
recommended.
Some routers have a built-in modem, and some ISPs
require you to use specific routers. Please consult your ISP
or computer dealer if you’re unsure.
■ CAT5 Ethernet cable
Use a shielded CAT5 Ethernet cable (straight-type) to
connect the AV receiver to your home network.
■ Internet Access (for Internet radio)
To receive Internet radio, your Ethernet network must
have Internet access. A narrowband Internet connection
(e.g., 56K modem, ISDN) will not provide satisfactory
results, so a broadband connection is strongly
recommended (e.g., cable modem, xDSL modem, etc).
Please consult your ISP or computer dealer if you’re
unsure.
Note
• To receive Internet radio with the AV receiver, your broadband
Internet connection must be working and able to access the Web.
Consult your ISP if you have any problems with your Internet
connection.
• The AV receiver uses DHCP to configure its network settings
automatically. If you want to configure these settings manually,
see “Network” (➔ page 60).
• The AV receiver does not support PPPoE settings, so if you have
a PPPoE-type Internet connection, you must use a PPPoEcompatible router.
• Depending on your ISP, you may need to specify a proxy server
to use Internet radio. If your computer is configured to use a
proxy server, use the same settings for the AV receiver
(➔ page 60).
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Server Requirements
■ Server playback
The AV receiver can play digital music files stored on a
computer or media server and supports the following
technologies:
• Windows Media Player 11
• Windows Media Player 12
• Windows Media Connect 2.0
• DLNA-certified media server
If the operating system of your computer is Windows
Vista, Windows Media Player 11 is already installed.
Windows Media Player 11 for Windows XP can be
downloaded for free from the Microsoft web site.
• The computer or media server must be on the same
network as the AV receiver.
• Each folder may contain up to 20000 music files, and
folders may be nested up to 16 levels deep.
Note
• Depending on the media server, the AV receiver may not
recognize it, or may not be able to play its music files.
Minimum system requirements for Windows Media
Player 11 on Windows XP
Operating system
Windows XP Home Edition (SP2), Windows XP
Professional (SP2), Windows XP Tablet PC Edition
(SP2), Update Rollup 2 for Windows XP Media Center
Edition 2005 (KB900325), October 2006 Update Rollup
for Windows XP Media Center Edition (KB925766)
Processor:
233 MHz Intel Pentium II, Advanced
Micro Devices (AMD), etc.
Memory:
64 MB
Hard disk:
200 MB of free space
Drive:
CD or DVD drive
Modem:
28.8 kbps
Sound card:
16-bit sound card
Monitor:
Super VGA (800 x 600)
Video card:
64 MB VRAM, DirectX 9.0b
Software:
Microsoft ActiveSync (only when
using a Windows Mobile-based
Pocket PC or smartphone)
Web browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or
Netscape 7.1
■ Remote playback
• Windows Media Player 12
• DLNA-certified (within DLNA Interoperability
Guidelines version 1.5) media server or controller
device.
Setting varies depending on the device. Refer to your
device’s instruction manual for details.
If the operating system of your personal computer is
Windows 7, Windows Media Player 12 is already
installed. For more information, see the Microsoft web
site.
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USB Device Requirements
• USB mass storage device class (but not always
guaranteed).
• FAT16 or FAT32 file system format.
• If the storage device has been partitioned, each section
will be treated as an independent device.
• Each folder may contain up to 20,000 music files and
folders, and folders may be nested up to 16 levels deep.
• USB hubs and USB devices with hub functions are not
supported.
Note
• If the media you connect is not supported, the message “No
Storage” will appear on the display.
• If you connect a USB hard disk drive to the AV receiver’s USB
port, we recommend that you use its AC adapter to power it.
• The AV receiver supports USB MP3 players that support the
USB Mass Storage Class standard, which allows USB devices to
be connected to computers without the need for special drivers
or software. Note that not all USB MP3 players support the USB
Mass Storage Class standard. Refer to your USB MP3 player’s
instruction manual for details.
• Protected WMA music files on an MP3 player cannot be played.
• Onkyo accepts no responsibility whatsoever for the loss or
damage to data stored on a USB device when that device is used
with the AV receiver. We recommend that you back up your
important music files beforehand.
• MP3 players containing music files that are managed with
special music software are not supported.
• Operation is not guaranteed for all USB devices, which includes
the ability to power them.
• Do not connect your USB device via a USB hub. The USB
device must be connected directly to the AV receiver’s USB
port.
• If the USB device contains a lot of data, the AV receiver may
take a while to read it.
• USB devices with security functions cannot be played.
Supported Audio File Formats
For server playback and playback from a USB device, the
AV receiver supports the following music file formats.
Variable bit-rate (VBR) files are supported. However,
playback time may not be display correctly.
■ LPCM (Linear PCM)
• Sampling rates of 8 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 12 kHz, 16 kHz,
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 64 kHz,
88.2 kHz, and 96 kHz are supported.
• Quantization bit: 8 bit, 16 bit, 24 bit
*
Only for playback via network.
Note
• With remote playback, the AV receiver does not support the
following music file formats: FLAC and Ogg Vorbis.
• In the case of server playback, the below-mentioned file formats
may not be played depending on the server type.
■ MP3 (.mp3 or .MP3)
• MP3 files must be MPEG-1/MPEG-2 Audio Layer 3
format with a sampling rate of 8 kHz, 11.025 kHz,
12 kHz, 16 kHz, 22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz,
48 kHz and bitrates of between 8 kbps and 320 kbps.
Incompatible files cannot be played.
About DLNA
The Digital Living Network Alliance is an international,
cross-industry collaboration. Members of DLNA develop
a concept of wired and wireless interoperable networks
where digital content such as photos, music, and videos
can be shared through consumer electronics, personal
computers, and mobile devices in and beyond the home.
The AV receiver complies with the DLNA
Interoperability Guidelines version 1.5.
■ WMA (.wma or .WMA)
WMA stands for Windows Media Audio and is an audio
compression technology developed by Microsoft
Corporation. Audio can be encoded in WMA format by
using Windows Media® Player.
• WMA files must have the copyright option turned off.
• Sampling rates of 8 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 12 kHz, 16 kHz,
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, bitrates
of between 5 kbps and 320 kbps, and WMA DRM are
supported.
• WMA Pro/Voice formats are not supported.
■ WMA Lossless (.wma or .WMA)
• Sampling rates of 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz
are supported.
• Quantization bit: 16 bit, 24 bit
■ WAV (.wav or .WAV)
WAV files contain uncompressed PCM digital audio.
• Sampling rates of 8 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 12 kHz, 16 kHz,
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 64 kHz,
88.2 kHz, and 96 kHz are supported.
• Quantization bit: 8 bit, 16 bit, 24 bit
■ AAC
(.aac/.m4a/.mp4/.3gp/.3g2/.AAC/.M4A/.MP4/
.3GP or .3G2)
AAC stands for MPEG-2/MPEG-4 Audio.
• Sampling rates of 8 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 12 kHz, 16 kHz,
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 64 kHz,
88.2 kHz, 96 kHz and bitrates of between 8 kbps and
320 kbps are supported.
■ FLAC (.flac or .FLAC)
FLAC is a file format for lossless audio data compression.
• Sampling rates of 8 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 12 kHz, 16 kHz,
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 64 kHz,
88.2 kHz, and 96 kHz are supported.
• Quantization bit: 8 bit, 16 bit, 24 bit
■ Ogg Vorbis (.ogg or .OGG)
• Sampling rates of 8 kHz, 11.025 kHz, 12 kHz, 16 kHz,
22.05 kHz, 24 kHz, 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz and
bitrates of between 48 kbps and 500 kbps are supported.
Incompatible files cannot be played.
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Specifications
Amplifier Section
Tuner Section
Rated Output Power
All channels:
FM Tuning Frequency Range
(North American) 87.5 MHz - 107.9 MHz
(Others) 87.5 MHz - 108.0 MHz, RDS
AM Tuning Frequency Range
522/530 kHz - 1611/1710 kHz
Preset Channel
40
(North American)
110 watts minimum continuous power
per channel, 8 ohm loads, 2 channels
driven from 20 Hz to 20 kHz, with a
maximum total harmonic distortion of
0.08% (FTC)
130 watts minimum continuous power
per channel, 6 ohm loads, 2 channels
driven at 1 kHz, with a maximum total
harmonic distortion of 0.1% (FTC)
120 watts minimum continuous power
per channel, 8 ohm loads, 2 channels
driven at 1 kHz, with a maximum total
harmonic distortion of 0.7% (FTC)
(Others)
7 ch × 170 W at 6 ohms, 1 kHz, 1 ch driven
of 1 % (IEC)
Maximum Effective Output Power
(Others)
7 ch × 185 W at 6 ohms, 1 kHz, 1 ch driven
(JEITA)
Dynamic Power*
* IEC60268-Short-term maximum output power
250 W (3 Ω, Front)
220 W (4 Ω, Front)
130 W (8 Ω, Front)
THD+N (Total Harmonic Distortion+Noise)
0.08% (20 Hz - 20 kHz, half power)
Damping Factor
60 (Front, 1 kHz, 8 Ω)
Input Sensitivity and Impedance (Unbalance)
200 mV/47 kΩ (LINE)
2.5 mV/47 kΩ (PHONO MM)
Rated RCA Output Level and Impedance
200 mV/470 Ω (PRE OUT)
Maximum RCA Output Level and Impedance
4.6 V/470 Ω (PRE OUT)
Phono Overload
70 mV (MM 1 kHz 0.5%)
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 106 dB (LINE, IHF-A)
80 dB (PHONO, IHF-A)
Speaker Impedance
4 or 6 Ω - 16 Ω
Video Section
Input Sensitivity/Output Level and Impedance
1 Vp-p/75 Ω (Component and S-Video Y)
0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω (Component PB/CB, PR/CR)
0.25 Vp-p/75 Ω (S-Video C)
1 Vp-p/75 Ω (Composite)
Component Video Frequency Response
5 Hz - 100 MHz/+0 dB, -3 dB
General
Power Supply
(North American) AC 120 V, 60 Hz
(Others) AC 220 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption (North American) 6.3 A
(Others) 570 W
Stand-by Power Consumption
(North American) 0.2 W
(Others) 0.3 W
Dimensions (W × H × D)
435 mm × 173.5 mm × 376 mm
17-1/8" × 6-13/16" × 14-13/16"
Weight
12.5 kg (27.6 lbs.)
■ HDMI
Input
Output
Video Resolution
Audio Format
Supported
■ Video Inputs
Component
S-Video
Composite
Analog RGB
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IN 1, IN 2, IN 3
BD/DVD, VCR/DVR, CBL/SAT, GAME
BD/DVD, VCR/DVR, CBL/SAT, GAME,
AUX
PC IN
■ Video Outputs
Component
S-Video
Composite
MONITOR OUT
MONITOR OUT, VCR/DVR OUT
MONITOR OUT, VCR/DVR OUT,
ZONE 2 OUT
■ Audio Inputs
Digital
Analog
Multichannel Inputs
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IN 1, IN 2, IN 3, IN 4, IN 5, IN 6, IN 7,
AUX Input
OUT MAIN, OUT SUB
1080p
Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio,
DVD-Audio, DSD
3D, Audio Return Channel, DeepColor,
x.v.Color, LipSync, CEC (RIHD)
Optical: 2
Coaxial: 3
BD/DVD, VCR/DVR, CBL/SAT, GAME,
PC, AUX, TV/CD, PHONO
7.1
■ Audio Outputs
Analog
VCR/DVR, ZONE2 PRE/LINE OUT
Analog Multichannel Pre Outputs
7
Subwoofer Pre Outputs
2
Speaker Outputs
Main (L, R, C, SL, SR, SBL, SBR) + Front
Wide/ZONE2 (L, R) + Front High (L, R)
Phones
1 (6.3 ø)
■ Others
Setup Mic
RS232
Universal Port
RI
USB
Ethernet
IR Input/Output
12 V Trigger Out
1
1
1
1
1 (Front)
1
2/1
3
Specifications and features are subject to change
without notice.
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Integra Division of
18 park Way, Upper Saddle River, N.J. 07458, U.S.A.
Tel: 800-225-1946, 201-818-9200 Fax: 201-785-2650
http://www.integrahometheater.com
Integra Division of
Liegnitzerstrasse 6, 82194 Groebenzell, GERMANY
Tel: +49-8142-4401-0 Fax: +49-8142-4401-555
http://www.eu.onkyo.com/
Integra Division of
1301, 555 Tower, No.555 West NanJin Road, Jin an, Shanghai,
China 200041, Tel: 86-21-52131366 Fax: 86-21-52130396
Integra Division of
2-1, Nisshin-cho, Neyagawa-shi, OSAKA 572-8540, JAPAN
Tel: 072-831-8023 Fax: 072-831-8163
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