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Integra DTR-5.5 Receiver Owner Manual
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AV Receiver
DTR-6.5/5.5
Instruction Manual
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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
avoid injury from tip-over.
S3125A
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.
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Precautions
For U.S. Models
Note to CATV system installer:
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system
installer’s attention to Section 820-40 of the NEC which
provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected
to the grounding system of the building, as close to the
point of cable entry as practical.
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:
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1. Recording Copyright—Unless it’s for personal use
only, recording copyrighted material is illegal without permission of the copyright holder.
2. AC Fuse— The AC fuse inside the AV receiver is
not user-serviceable. If you cannot turn on the AV
receiver, have it checked by the dealer from whom
you purchased this unit.
3. Care—Occasionally you should dust the AV
receiver 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 AV
receiver 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 AV receiver’s rear panel
(e.g., AC 230 V, 50 Hz or AC 120 V, 60 Hz).
Setting the [Standby/On] switch to Standby does not
fully shutdown the AV receiver. If you do not intend to
use the AV receiver for an extended period, remove the
power cord from the wall outlet.
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 or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
For Canadian model
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
NMB-003 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.
Thank you for purchasing an Integra AV
Receiver.
Please read this manual thoroughly before
making any connections and plugging it in.
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.
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Supplied Accessories
Precautions—Continued
Make sure you have the following accessories:
For British models
Replacement and mounting of an AC plug on the power
supply cord of this unit should be performed only by
qualified service personnel.
IMPORTANT
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
Blue:
Neutral
Brown: Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this
apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as
follows:
The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to
the terminal which is marked with the letter N or
coloured black.
The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to
the terminal which is marked with the letter L or
coloured red.
Remote controller & three batteries (AA/R6)
Speaker setup microphone
IMPORTANT
Indoor FM antenna
A 5 or 13 ampere fuse is fitted in this plug. Should the
fuse need to be replaced, please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 5 or 13 amperes and that it is
approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362. Check for the
ASTA mark or the BSI mark on the body of the fuse.
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE
FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR HOME
THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE REMOVED AND
THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY.
THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL
SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED
INTO ANY 13 AMPERE SOCKET.
If in any doubt, consult a qualified electrician.
AM loop antenna
For European Models
Surround Back
Right
Surround Back
Right
Zone 2
Right
Zone 2
Right
Surround Back
Right
Surround Back
Right
Zone 2
Right
Zone 2
Right
Center
Center
Surround Back
Left
Surround Back
Left
Zone 2
Left
Zone 2
Left
Center
Surround
Left
Surround
Left
Surround
Right
Surround
Right
Surround
Right
Surround
Right
Center
Front
Right
Front
Right
SP-B / Zone 2
Right
SP-B / Zone 2
Right
Surround
Left
Surround
Left
1
Surround Back
Left
Surround Back
Left
Zone 2
Left
Zone 2
Left
Front
Left
Front
Left
SP-B / Zone 2
Left
SP-B / Zone 2
Left
Front
Right
Front
Right
SP-B / Zone 2
Right
SP-B / Zone 2
Right
We, ONKYO EUROPE
ELECTRONICS GmbH
LIEGNITZERSTRASSE 6,
82194 GROEBENZELL,
GERMANY
declare in own responsibility, that the ONKYO product
described in this instruction manual is in compliance with the
corresponding
technical standards such as EN60065,
EN55013, EN55020 and EN61000-3-2, -3-3.
Front
Left
Front
Left
SP-B / Zone 2
Left
SP-B / Zone 2
Left
Power cord
(Plug type varies from country to country.)
Declaration of Conformity
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3
Speaker Cable
Speaker cable labels
GROEBENZELL, GERMANY
I. MORI
ONKYO EUROPE ELECTRONICS GmbH
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* In catalogs and on packaging, the letter at the end of the product
name indicates the color. Specifications and operation are the
same regardless of color.
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Features
DTR-6.5/5.5
DTR-6.5
Amplifier
Amplifier
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• 100 watts per channel into 8 ohms, 20 Hz to 20 kHz,
less than 0.08% total harmonic distortion (FTC rating)
7-channel amplifier
Optimum Gain Volume Circuitry
Zone 2 capability
24-bit/192 kHz D/A converters
WRAT (Wide Range Amplifier Technology)
Color-coded speaker terminal posts
Audio/Video
• Dolby*1 Digital, Dolby Digital EX, Dolby Pro
Logic IIx
• DTS*2, DTS-ES Discrete, DTS-ES Matrix, DTS
Neo:6, and DTS 96/24
• Theater-Dimensional*3 virtual surround mode
• VLSC (Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry) on all channels
• Zone 2 out
• Composite video to S-Video and S-Video to composite video conversion
• Composite and S-Video to component video conversion
• 3 component video inputs, 1 output
• 5 S-Video inputs, 3 outputs
FM/AM Tuner
Audio/Video
THX*4 Surround EX
THX Select certified
Re-EQ
Pre outs for front L/R, center, surround L/R, surround
back L/R, and subwoofer
• 7 digital inputs (5 optical, 2 coaxial), 2 digital outputs
(1 optical, 1 coaxial)
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THX Select
Before any home theater component can be THX Select
certified, it must pass a rigorous series of quality and
performance tests. Only then can a product feature the
THX Select logo, which is your guarantee that the
Home Theater products you purchase will give you
superb performance for many years to come. THX
Select requirements define hundreds of parameters,
including power amplifier performance, and pre-amplifier performance and operation for both digital and analog domains. THX Select receivers also feature
proprietary THX technologies (e.g., THX Mode) which
accurately translate movie soundtracks for home theater playback.
• 40 AM/FM presets
• AM/FM auto tuning
Others
• Includes microphone for automatic speaker setup
• Easy-to-use onscreen setup menus
• Preprogrammed remote controller for use with other
AV components
DTR-5.5
Amplifier
• 85 watts per channel into 8 ohms, 20 Hz to 20 kHz,
less than 0.08% total harmonic distortion (FTC rating)
Audio/Video
• CinemaFILTER*5
• Subwoofer pre out
• 6 digital inputs (4 optical, 2 coaxial), 1 digital optical
output.
*1. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby”, “Pro Logic”, “Surround EX”, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
*2. “DTS”, “DTS 96/24”, “DTS-ES”, and “Neo:6” are trademarks
of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
*3. “Theater-Dimensional” is a trademark of Onkyo Corporation.
*4. “THX” is a trademark or registered trademark of THX Ltd.
“Surround EX” is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories. Used
under authorization. All rights reserved.
*5. “CinemaFILTER” is a trademark of Onkyo Corporation.
“Xantech” is a registered trademark of Xantech Corporation.
“Niles” is a registered trademark of Niles Audio Corporation.
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Table of Contents
Basic
Introduction
Important Safety Instructions ..........................................................................................2
Precautions .......................................................................................................................3
Supplied Accessories.......................................................................................................4
Features .............................................................................................................................5
Table of Contents ..............................................................................................................6
Front & Rear Panels..........................................................................................................8
Remote Controller...........................................................................................................13
About Home Theater .......................................................................................................20
Connecting the AV receiver
About AV Connections ...................................................................................................21
Connecting Your Speakers.............................................................................................22
Connecting Antenna.......................................................................................................24
Connecting Both Audio & Video....................................................................................26
Which Connections Should I Use? ...............................................................................26
Connecting Your TV or Projector ...................................................................................27
Connecting AV components ..........................................................................................28
Connecting Audio components.....................................................................................34
Connecting a Power Amplifier (DTR-6.5 only)..............................................................37
Connecting
Components ........................................................................................37
Connecting the Power Cords of Other Components ...................................................38
Connecting the Supplied Power Cord...........................................................................38
Turning On the AV receiver ............................................................................................38
First Time Setup
Automatic Speaker Setup...............................................................................................39
About the Onscreen Setup Menus ................................................................................41
Initial Setup......................................................................................................................42
Digital Input ...................................................................................................................42
Component Video Setup ...............................................................................................43
Minimum Speaker Impedance (not American models) .................................................44
TV Format Setup (not American models)......................................................................45
Speaker Setup .................................................................................................................46
Changing the TAPE/MD/CDR Display ............................................................................52
Basic Operation
Selecting the Input Source.............................................................................................53
Setting the Display Brightness ......................................................................................54
Muting the AV receiver ...................................................................................................54
Using the Sleep Timer.....................................................................................................54
Using Headphones .........................................................................................................54
Displaying Source Information ......................................................................................55
Using the Tuner ...............................................................................................................56
Selecting Listening Modes.............................................................................................58
Listening mode table .....................................................................................................59
About the Listening Modes............................................................................................60
Others
Troubleshooting ..............................................................................................................90
Specifications..................................................................................................................94
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Table of Contents—Continued
Advanced
Introduction ............................... 2
Connections ............................ 21
First Setup ............................... 39
Controlling Other Components
Advanced
Features
Entering a Remote Control Codes................................. 80
Learning Commands from Another Remote
Controller ..................................................................... 88
Using Macros................................................................... 89
Basic Operation ...................... 53
Advanced Operation ............... 62
Advanced Setup
Advanced
Features
Decoder Setup................................................................. 66
Adjusting the Bass & Treble........................................... 68
Audio Adjust Functions.................................................. 68
Assigning Listening Modes to Input Sources .............. 70
Setting Preferences ........................................................ 71
Changing the Remote Controller’s ID ........................... 73
Advanced Setup ...................... 66
Zone 2 ...................................... 74
Advanced Operation
Advanced
Features
Using the Late Night Function (Dolby Digital only) ..... 62
Using the Re-EQ Function (DTR-6.5 only) .................... 62
Using the CinemaFILTER (TDR-5.5 only) ...................... 62
Adjusting Individual Speaker Levels............................. 63
Using the DVD Analog Multichannel Input ................... 63
Recording ........................................................................ 64
Using the Remote Controller
with Other Components ...... 80
Troubleshooting ...................... 90
Zone 2
Advanced
Features
Connecting Zone 2.......................................................... 74
Setting the Powered Zone 2 ........................................... 75
Setting the zone 2 OUT................................................... 76
Using Zone 2.................................................................... 77
Using the Remote Control in Zone 2 ............................. 79
Others....................................... 94
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Front & Rear Panels
Front Panel
DTR-6.5
1
2 3 4 5 6 789 J K
L MN O P Q R S
T
Zone 2
Standby
U V W X
Y
Z
DTR-5.5
1
2 3 4 5 6789 J K
L MN O P Q
R S
Zone 2
Standby
U V W X
8
Y
Z
T
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Front & Rear Panels—Continued
For detailed information, see the pages in parentheses.
A Standby/On button (38)
This button is used to set the AV receiver to On or
Standby. For models with a POWER switch, this
button has no effect unless the POWER switch is set
to ON.
B Standby indicator (38)
This indicator lights up when the AV receiver is in
Standby mode, and it flashes while a signal is being
received from the remote controller.
C Zone 2 indicator (77)
This indicator lights up when Zone 2 is selected.
D Remote-control sensor (13)
This sensor receives control signals from the remote
controller.
E Rec Out button (64)
This button is used to select the input source to be
recorded.
F Zone 2 button (77)
This button is used to select the input source for
Zone 2.
G Level button (77)
This button is used to set the volume for Zone 2.
H Tone button (78)
This button is used to adjust the bass and treble for
Zone 2.
I Controller [ ] [ ] buttons (64, 77, 78)
These buttons are used to select the input source to
be recorded via the REC OUTs, to select the input
source for Zone 2, and to set the volume, bass, and
treble for Zone 2.
J Stereo button (58)
This button is used to select the Stereo listening
mode.
K Listening Mode [ ] [ ] buttons (58)
These buttons are used to select the listening modes.
L Display button (55)
R Arrow/Tuning/Preset & Enter buttons (42)
When the AM or FM input source is selected, the
Tuning [ ] [ ] buttons are used to tune the tuner,
and the Preset [ ] [ ] buttons are used to select
radio presets (see page 57). When the onscreen
setup menus are used, they work as arrow buttons
and are used to select and set items. The Enter button is also used with the onscreen setup menus.
S Return button
This button is used to return to the previously displayed onscreen setup menu.
T Master Volume control (53)
This control is used to adjust the volume of the AV
receiver to MIN, 1 through 99, or MAX
U Pure Audio indicator (58)
This indicator lights up when the Pure Audio listening mode is selected.
V Phones jack (54)
This 1/4-inch phone jack is for connecting a standard pair of stereo headphones for private listening.
W Setup Mic (39)
The included speaker setup microphone is connected here for automatic speaker setup.
X Tone, [–] & [+] buttons (78)
These buttons are used to adjust the bass and treble.
Y Input selector buttons (53)
These buttons are used to select from the following
input sources: Multi CH, DVD, VIDEO 1,
VIDEO 2, VIDEO 3, VIDEO 4, TAPE, TUNER,
CD, or PHONO (DTR-6.5 only).
The [Multi CH] button selects the DVD analog multichannel input.
Z Video 4 Input (33, 65)
This input can be used to connect a camcorder,
games console, and so on. There are jacks for optical digital audio, S-Video, composite video, and
analog audio.
This button is used to display various information
about the currently selected input source.
M Display
See “Display” on page 10.
N Memory button (57)
This button is used when storing or deleting radio
presets.
O Tuning Mode button (56)
This button is used to select the Auto or Manual tuning mode.
P Dimmer button (54)
This button is used to adjust the display brightness.
Q Setup button (42)
This button is used to access the onscreen setup
menus that appear on the connected TV.
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Front & Rear Panels—Continued
Display
1 23
4
6
5
7
AUTO: This indicator lights up when the Auto Tuning mode is selected, and disappears when the Manual Tuning mode is selected.
For detailed information, see the pages in parentheses.
1 MUTING indicator (54)
This indicator flashes while the AV receiver is
muted.
MEMORY: This indicator lights up when presetting
radio stations.
2 REC OUT indicator (64)
This indicator lights up when the REC OUT is
selected.
FM STEREO: This indicator lights up when the
AV receiver is tuned to a stereo FM station.
3 ZONE 2 indicator (77)
6 SLEEP indicator (54)
This indicator lights up when Zone 2 is selected.
This indicator lights up when the Sleep function has
been set.
4 Listening mode & format indicators
These indicators show the currently selected listening mode and the format of digital input signals.
7 Message area
This area of the display shows various information
about the currently selected source.
5 Tuning indicators (56)
TUNED: This indicator lights up when the AV
receiver is tuned into a radio station.
Rear Panel
DTR-6.5
1
L
B CDE 6 G H 9 J K
N
M
ZONE 2 SPEAKERS
SURROUND BACK
SPEAKERS
SURROUND SPEAKERS
L
L
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
R
OUT
IN 1
R
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
DVD
IN
MONITOR
OUT
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
CENTER SURR BACK
SURR
L
L
PB
L
S
R
PR
R
IN
GND
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
CENTER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
FRONT SPEAKERS
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
PHONO
10
CENTER SPEAKER
SUB
WOOFER
L
CD
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
OPQ R S T
U
DVD
V
SUB
WOOFER
R
W
SUB
WOOFER
X Y
Z
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Front & Rear Panels—Continued
DTR-5.5
1
L
B CDE 6 G H 9 J K
N
M
ZONE 2 SPEAKERS
SURROUND BACK
SPEAKERS
SURROUND SPEAKERS
L
L
IN3
IN2
IN1
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
RS232
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
R
OUT
IN 1
R
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
DVD
IN
PRE OUT
MONITOR
OUT
V
SUB
WOOFER
PB
L
S
PR
CENTER SPEAKER
R
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
L
CENTER
ZONE 2
OUT
FRONT SPEAKERS
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
CD
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
Q R S T
U
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
V
R
W
XY
Z
For detailed information, see the pages in parentheses.
A COMPONENT VIDEO IN 1, 2, 3 (28, 30, 32)
These component video inputs can be used to connect AV components with component video outputs,
such as DVD players.
B AM ANTENNA (24)
These push terminals are for connecting an AM
antenna.
C COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (27)
This component video output can be used to connect a TV or projector with a component video
input.
D FM ANTENNA (24)
This jack is for connecting an FM antenna.
E RS232 (38)
This port is for connecting the AV receiver to home
automation equipment and external controllers.
F 12V TRIGGER OUT A/B/C (73, 78)
These jacks can be connected to the 12-volt trigger
inputs on other components. These trigger outputs
can each be assigned to an input so that when that
input is selected, a 12-volt trigger signal is output.
G IR IN/OUT (78)
These jacks are for connecting the remote sensors
included with multiroom kits (sold separately).
H A-BUS
ZONE 2 OUT: Use CAT-5 (eight conductor
twisted) cable to connect directly from the
receiver’s A-BUS RI45 Hub to an A-BUS keypad.
Warning:
DO NOT connect A-BUS output to any computer or
network connections (i.e. ethernet). it will cause
damage to the computer or network components as
24-volt power runs on this same cable to power the
amplifier stages of the amplifier module.
IR OUT: Another feature of the A-BUS system is
the ability to control source equipment in another
room where the A-BUS module is installed. If you
wish to control another source from the receiver at
the A-BUS keypad by remote control, connect
A-BUS or another brands’s IR emitter on the
receiver’s 40 K terminal. Then place the emitter on
the remote receiver on the front panel.
Typically, the emitter will work when you connect
with a 40 K connector. If it does not work, try a
56 K connector.
DC IN: Connect A-Bus power supply. Do not use
any other AC Adapter on this connector as it may
cause severe damage to the receiver.
I MONITOR OUT (27)
The S-Video or composite video jack should be
connected to a video input on your TV or projector.
A-BUS is a simple, efficient, elegant audio distribution system. The wiring installation time is significantly reduced as only a single CAT-5 wire is run to
each location. A-BUS is easy to use, reliable,
affordable, and most of all, far better sounding than
conventional auto former based volume controls.
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Front & Rear Panels—Continued
J OPTICAL DIGITAL (27, 28, 30, 32, 34, 35)
V DVD IN (28, 29)
The DTR-5.5 doesn’t have an IN 4 jack.
Here you can connect a DVD player. Input jacks
include S-Video, composite video, and analog
audio. You can connect a DVD player’s 2-channel
analog audio output or 5.1-channel analog audio
output.
The optical digital audio inputs can be used to connect CD and DVD players, and other components
with an optical digital audio output.
The optical output can be used to connect a CD
recorder or other digital recorder with an optical
digital input.
W ZONE 2 OUT (74)
This analog audio output can be connected to a line
input on an integrated amplifier in Zone 2.
K COAXIAL DIGITAL (27, 28, 30, 32, 34, 35)
The coaxial digital audio inputs can be used to connect CD and DVD players, and other components
with a coaxial digital audio output.
The DTR-6.5 also has a ZONE 2 OUT SUBWOOFER jack that can be used to feed a subwoofer
in Zone 2.
The coaxial output can be used to connect a CD
recorder or other digital recorder with a coaxial digital input.
These jacks can can be configured as either line outs
or pre outs on the onscreen setup menus.
The DTR-5.5 do not have a coaxial output.
L ZONE 2 SPEAKERS (74)
These terminal posts are for connecting speakers in
Zone 2.
M FRONT, CENTER, SURROUND &
SURROUND BACK SPEAKERS (23)
These terminal posts are for connecting your front,
center, surround, and surround back speakers.
N AC OUTLETS (38)
These switched AC outlets can be used to supply
power to other AV components. The type of outlet
depends on the country in which you purchased
your AV receiver. Some models have a single outlet.
O Grounding screw (DTR-6.5 only) (36)
This screw is for connecting a turntable’s ground
wire.
P PHONO IN (DTR-6.5 only) (36)
This analog input is for connecting a turntable.
Q CD IN (34)
This analog audio input is for connecting a CD
player’s analog audio output.
R TAPE IN/OUT (34)
This analog audio input and output are for connecting a recorder with an analog audio input and output
(cassette, Mini Disc, etc).
S VIDEO 3 IN (27, 31)
Here you can connect a video source (VCR, set-top
box, etc). Input jacks include S-Video, composite
video, and analog audio.
T VIDEO 2 IN/OUT (30, 31)
Here you can connect a VCR. Input and output
jacks include S-Video, composite video, and analog
audio.
U VIDEO 1 IN/OUT (30, 31)
Here you can connect a VCR. Input and output
jacks include S-Video, composite video, and analog
audio.
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X
REMOTE CONTROL (37)
This
(Remote Interactive) jack can be connected to an
jack on another Integra AV component. The AV receiver’s remote controller can then
be used to control that component. To use
, you
must make an analog audio connection (RCA)
between the AV receiver and the other AV component, even if they are connected digitally.
Y PRE OUT (37)
These analog audio outputs are for connecting a
separate power amplifier. Useful if you want to connect a more powerful amplifier and use the AV
receiver as a preamp. The SUBWOOFER jack is for
connecting a powered subwoofer.
Z AC INLET (38)
The supplied power cord should be connected here.
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Remote Controller
Installing the Batteries
1
To open the battery compartment, press
the small hollow and slide off the cover.
Using 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
2
3
Put the cover onto the remote controller
and slide it shut.
Notes:
• The batteries should last for about six months,
although this will vary with usage.
• If the remote controller doesn’t work reliably, try
replacing the batteries.
• Don’t mix new and old batteries or different types of
batteries.
• If you intend not to use the remote controller for a long
time, remove the batteries to prevent damage from
leakage or corrosion.
• Expired batteries should be removed as soon as possible to prevent damage from leakage or corrosion.
30˚
A
(5 ppr
m ox.
)
1
30˚
Insert the three supplied batteries (AA/R6)
in accordance with the polarity diagram
inside the battery compartment.
6
ft.
Standby indicator
Notes:
• The remote controller may not work reliably if the AV
receiver is subjected to bright light, such as direct sunlight or inverter-type fluorescent lights. Keep this in
mind when installing.
• If another remote controller of the same type is used in
the same room, or the AV receiver is installed close to
equipment that uses infrared rays, the remote controller may not work reliably.
• Don’t put anything, such as a book, on the remote controller, because the buttons may be pressed inadvertently, thereby draining the batteries.
• The remote controller may not work reliably if the AV
receiver is installed in a rack behind colored glass
doors. Keep this in mind when installing.
• The remote controller will not work if there’s an obstacle between it and the AV receiver’s remote control
sensor.
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Remote Controller—Continued
In addition to controlling the AV receiver, the remote
controller has several operating modes for controlling
your other AV components, including Integra components connected via
. Modes are selected by using
the remote controller’s Remote Mode buttons.
For detailed information, see the pages in parentheses.
Some of the functions described in this manual may not
work as expected with other components.
Receiver Mode
Receiver mode is used to control the AV receiver. To
select Receiver mode, press the [Receiver] Remote
Mode button.
RC-585M
A
B
On
Standby
TV
I
V1
3
4
V2
Input
V3
1
2
3
+
V4
Multi CH
DVD
T V CH
-
4
5
6
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
0
Clear
TV VOL
Phono
+10
--/---
Input Selector
Remote
indicator
This indicator
lights up
when the
remote controller is
transmitting
commands.
T
N
Macro
1
2
3
Zone 2
Remote Mode
Receiver
5
TV
6
7
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
en u
pM
Men
u
Receiver
Tape
Dimmer
TV
Input
Sleep
To
O
+
8
9
J
CH
VOL
Enter
Disc
Ex
Prev
CH
Re
it
turn
G ui
up
Display
Muting
Rec
K
L
Q
R
de
S et
Random
Audio
Subtitle
Angle
Surround
All ST
THX
Last Memory
Stereo
Repeat
A-B
Search
Memory
Pure A
Direct
DSP
Test Tone
CH SEL
Level-
Level+
L Night
Re-EQ
DSP
Open/Close Video Off
M
RC-585M
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P
S
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Remote Controller—Continued
Pure A button
This button is used to select the Pure Audio listening mode.
Direct button
This button is used to select the Direct listening
mode.
RC-586M
Rec
Random
Audio
Subtitle
Surround
All ST
Angle
Last Memory
Repeat
A-B
Search
Memory
Pure A
Direct
DSP
Test Tone
CH SEL
Level-
Level+
L Night
Cine Fltr
Stereo
DSP
Open/Close Video Off
U
[ DSP] & [DSP ] buttons
These buttons are used to select the Onkyo original
DSP (digital signal processor) listening modes.
L Test Tone, CH SEL, Level- & Level+ buttons
RC-586M
A Standby button (38)
This button is used to set the AV receiver to
Standby.
B On button (38)
This button is used to turn on the AV receiver.
C Input Selector buttons (53)
These buttons are used to select the input source.
Only the RC-588M has a [PHONO] button.
D Multi CH button (63)
This button is used to select the DVD analog multichannel input.
E Remote Mode buttons
These buttons are used to select the remote controller modes.
F Dimmer button (54)
This button is used to adjust the display brightness.
G Arrow [ ]/[ ]/[ ]/[ ] & Enter buttons (42)
H
I
J
K
These buttons are used to select items on the
onscreen setup menus.
CH +/– button (57)
This button is used to select radio presets.
Return button
This button is used to return to the previously displayed onscreen setup menu.
Display button (55, 57)
This button is used to display various information
about the currently selected input source.
Listening mode buttons (58)
(50)
These buttons are used to adjust the level of each
speaker individually. The [Level–] & [Level+] buttons are also used to adjust the volume in Zone 2.
M L Night button (62)
This button is used to set the Late Night function.
N Macro buttons (89)
These buttons are used with the Macro function.
O Sleep button (54)
This button is used to set the Sleep function.
P VOL button (53)
This button is used to adjust the volume of the AV
receiver.
Q Setup button (42)
This button is used to access the onscreen setup
menus that appear on the connected TV.
R Muting button (54)
This button is used to mute the AV receiver.
S Re-EQ button (RC-585M only) (62)
This button is used to turn the Re-EQ function on
and off.
T Light button
This button is used to turn on or off the remote controller’s illuminated buttons.
U Cine Fltr button (RC-586M only) (62)
This button is used to set the CinemaFILTER function.
Surrond button
This button is used to select the Dolby Digital, Pro
Logic IIx, Neo:6, DTS and other listening modes.
All ST button
This button is used to select the All Ch Stereo listening mode.
THX button (RC-585M only)
This button is used to select the THX listening
modes.
Stereo button
This button is used to select the Stereo listening
mode.
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Remote Controller—Continued
DVD Mode
1A
B
On
Standby
TV
I
V1
23
DVD mode is used to control an Integra DVD player
connected to the AV receiver via
.
To set the remote controller to DVD mode, press the
[DVD] Remote Mode button.
A Standby button
This button is used to set the DVD player to
Standby.
V2
Input
V3
1
2
3
+
V4
Multi CH
DVD
TV CH
-
4
5
6
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
B On button
This button is used to turn on the DVD player and to
set it to Standby.
C Number buttons
TV VOL
Phono
+10
0
Clear
Q8
--/--Input Selector
Macro
1
2
DVD
3
Zone 2
CD
Remote Mode
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
4
5
Dimmer
TV
Input
Sleep
To
pM
R
7
48
CH
VOL
Enter
Ex
Re
it
turn
de
G ui
S et
up
Display
S9
G Return/Exit button
T
U0
H Display button
Muting
59
Rec
J
K
L
6M
N
7O
P
These buttons are used to navigate DVD menus and
the DVD player’s onscreen setup menus.
This button selects discs on a DVD changer.
Disc
Prev
CH
This button is used to select a DVD’s top menu.
F Disc +/– button
Men
u
en u
+
36
D Top Menu button
E Arrow [ ]/[ ]/[ ]/[ ] & Enter buttons
Tape
TV
These buttons are used to enter title, chapter, and
track numbers, and to enter times for locating specific points in time.
Random
Audio
Subtitle
Angle
Last Memory
Surround
All ST
THX
Stereo
Repeat
A-B
Search
Memory
Pure A
Direct
DSP
Test Tone
CH SEL
Level-
Level+
L Night
Re-EQ
DSP
VA
W
X
Y
ZB
This button is used to exit the DVD player’s
onscreen setup menu.
This button is used to display information about the
current disc, title, chapter, or track on the DVD
player’s display, including the elapsed time, remaining time, total time, and so on.
I Playback buttons
From left to right: Previous, Play, Next, Fast
Reverse, Pause, Stop, and Fast Forward.
J Step & Slow [
]/[ ] buttons
These buttons are used for frame-by-frame playback
and slow-motion playback.
K Audio button
Open/Close Video Off
RC-585M
This button is used to select foreign language
soundtracks and audio formats (e.g., Dolby Digital
or DTS).
L Subtitle button
This button is used to select subtitles.
Round numbers are for DVD mode.
Square numbers are for CD mode.
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M Repeat button
This button is used to set the repeat playback functions.
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Remote Controller—Continued
N A-B button
This button is used to set the A–B repeat playback
function.
O Open/Close [ ] button
This button is used to open and close the disc tray.
P Video Off button
This button is used to turn off the internal video circuitry, eliminating any possibility of interference.
Q Clear button
This button is used to cancel functions and to clear
entered numbers.
R Menu button
This button is used to display a DVD’s menu.
S VOL button
This button is used to adjust the volume of the AV
receiver.
T Setup/Guide button
This button is used to access the DVD player’s
onscreen setup menus.
U Muting button
This button is used to mute the AV receiver.
V Random button
This button is used with the random playback function.
W Angle button
This button is used to select camera angles.
X Last M button
This button is used with the last memory function,
which allows you to resume DVD playback from
where you left off.
Y Search button
This button is used to search for titles, chapters,
tracks, and specific points in time.
Z Memory button
This button is used with the memory playback function, which allows you to create a custom playlist of
titles, chapters, or tracks.
CD Mode
CD mode is used to control an Integra CD player connected to the AV receiver via
.
To set the remote controller to CD mode, press the
[CD] Remote Mode button.
1 On button
This button is used to set the CD player to On or
Standby.
2 Number buttons
These buttons are used to enter track numbers and
to enter times for locating specific points in time.
3 Disc button
This button is used to select discs on a CD changer.
4 Display button
This button is used to display information about the
current disc or track on the CD player’s display,
including the elapsed time, remaining time, total
time, and so on.
5 Playback buttons
From left to right: Previous, Play, Next, Fast
Reverse, Pause, Stop, and Fast Forward.
6 Repeat button
This button is used to set the repeat playback functions.
7 Open/Close [ ] button
This button is used to open and close the disc tray.
8 Clear button
This button is used to cancel functions and to clear
entered numbers.
9 VOL button
This button is used to adjust the volume of the AV
receiver.
0 Muting button
This button is used to mute the AV receiver.
A Random button
This button is used with the random playback function.
B Memory button
This button is used with the memory playback function, which allows you to create a custom playlist of
tracks.
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Remote Controller—Continued
MD/CDR Mode
On
1
Standby
TV
I
V1
2
MD/CDR mode is used to control an Integra MiniDisc
recorder or CD recorder connected to the AV receiver via
.
To select MD/CDR mode, press the [MD/CDR]
Remote Mode button.
By default, this button is set to control a MiniDisc
recorder. To control a CD recorder, it must be set to CDR
(see page 80).
A On button
This button is used to set the MD recorder or CD
recorder to On or Standby.
V2
Input
V3
1
2
3
+
V4
Multi CH
DVD
T V CH
-
4
5
6
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
0
Clear
B Number buttons
TV VOL
Phono
+10
J
--/--Input Selector
Macro
1
2
3
C Display button
Zone 2
Remote Mode
Tape
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
en u
pM
Men
u
MD/CDR
Tape
TV
Dimmer
TV
Input
Sleep
To
CH
This button is used to start playback.
VOL
Enter
Ex
3
14
25
36
47
8
9
Prev
CH
Re
it
turn
G ui
up
Display
Muting
Rec
Random
Audio
Subtitle
K5
de
S et
Angle
This button is used to display information about the
current disc or track on the MD recorder or CDR
recorder’s display, including the elapsed time,
remaining time, total time, and so on.
D Play [ ] button
+
Disc
These buttons are used to enter track numbers and
to enter times for locating specific points in time.
L6
Surround
All ST
THX
Stereo
A-B
Search
Memory
Pure A
Direct
DSP
Test Tone
CH SEL
Level-
Level+
L Night
Re-EQ
DSP
Open/Close Video Off
RC-585M
]/[
] buttons
The Previous [
] button is used to select the previous track. During playback it selects the beginning of the current track. The Next [
] button is
used to select the next track.
F Pause [ ] button
M7
N8
O
Last Memory
Repeat
E Previous & Next [
This button is used to pause playback.
G Rec [ ] button
This button is used to start recording.
H Repeat button
This button is used to set the repeat playback functions.
P
I Open/Close [ ] button
This button is used to eject a MiniDisc or to open
and close the CD recorder’s disc tray.
J Clear button
This button is used to cancel functions and to clear
entered numbers.
K VOL button
Round numbers are for MD/CDR mode.
Square numbers are for TAPE mode.
This button is used to adjust the volume of the AV
receiver.
L Muting button
This button is used to mute the AV receiver.
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Remote Controller—Continued
M FR & FF [
]/[ ] buttons
The FR [ ] button is used to start fast reverse. The
FF [ ] button is used to start fast forward.
N Stop [ ] button
This button is used to stop playback.
O Random button
This button is used with the random playback function.
P Memory button
This button is used with the memory playback function, which allows you to create a custom playlist of
tracks.
TAPE Mode
TAPE mode is used to control an Integra cassette
recorder connected to the AV receiver via
.
To set the remote controller to TAPE mode, press the
[Tape] Remote Mode button.
For double cassette decks, only Deck B can be controlled.
1 Play [ ] button
This button is used to start playback.
2 Previous & Next [
]/[
] buttons
The Previous [
] button is used to select the previous track. During playback it selects the beginning of the current track. The Next [
] button is
used to select the next track.
The Previous and Next [
]/[
] buttons may not
work properly with some cassette tapes depending
on how they were recorded.
3 Reverse Play [ ] button
This button is used to start reverse playback.
4 Rec [ ] button
This button is used to start recording.
5 VOL button
This button is used to adjust the volume of the AV
receiver.
6 Muting button
This button is used to mute the AV receiver.
7 Rewind & FF [
]/[ ] buttons
The Rewind [ ] button is used to start rewind. The
FF [ ] button is used to start fast forward.
8 Stop [ ] button
This button is used to stop playback.
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About Home Theater
Enjoying Home Theater
Thanks to the AV receiver’s superb capabilities, you can enjoy surround sound with a real sense of movement in your
own home—just like being in a movie theater or concert hall. With DVDs you can enjoy DTS and Dolby Digital. With
analog and digital TV you can enjoy Dolby Pro Logic IIx or Onkyo’s own DSP surround listening modes.
With the DTR-6.5 you can enjoy DVDs that feature THX Surround EX (THX-certified THX speaker system recommended).
Front left and right speakers
These output the overall sound. Their role in a home theater is to provide a solid
anchor for the sound image. They should be positioned facing the listener at about
ear level, and equidistant from the TV. Angle them inward so as to create a triangle,
with the listener at the apex.
Center speaker
This speaker enhances the front left
and right speakers, making sound
movements distinct and providing a
full sound image. In movies it’s used
mainly for dialog.
Position it close to your TV (preferably
on top) facing forward at about ear
level, or at the same height as the
front left and right speakers.
Subwoofer
The subwoofer handles the bass sounds of
the LFE (Low-Frequency Effects) channel.
The volume and quality of the bass output
from your subwoofer will depend on its position, the shape of your listening room, and
your listening position. In general, a good
bass sound can be obtained by installing the
subwoofer in a front corner, or at one-third
the width of the wall, as shown.
Tip: 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.
Surround left and right
speakers
These speakers are used for
precise sound positioning and
to add realistic ambience.
Position them at the sides of
the listener, or slightly behind,
about 2–3 feet (60–100 cm)
above ear level. Ideally they
should be equidistant from the
listener.
Surround back left and right speakers
These speakers are necessary to enjoy Dolby Digital EX, DTS-ES
Matrix, DTS-ES Discrete, and THX Surround EX (DTR-6.5 only). They
enhance the realism of surround sound and improve sound localization
behind the listener. Position them behind the listener about 2–3 feet (60–
100 cm) above ear level.
For the DTR-6.5, THX recommends that
they be placed equidistant from the listener,
creating a triangle, and that the angle at the
apex of the triangle is about 60 degrees.
Make sure that the listening position is within
60˚
the range of the speakers.
Surround
back left
speaker
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Surround
back right
speaker
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Connecting the AV receiver
AV Connection Color Coding
About AV Connections
RCA-type AV connections are usually color coded: red,
white, and yellow. Use red plugs to connect rightchannel audio inputs and outputs (typically labeled “R”).
Use white plugs to connect left-channel audio inputs and
outputs (typically labeled “L”). And use yellow plugs to
connect composite video inputs and outputs.
• Before making any AV connections, read the manuals
supplied with your other AV components.
• Don’t connect the power cord until you’ve completed
and double-checked all AV connections.
Optical Digital Jacks
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.
Right (red)
Analog audio
Left (white)
(Yellow)
Caution: To prevent shutter damage, hold the optical
plug straight when inserting and removing.
Right (red)
Left (white)
Composite video
• 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.
(Yellow)
Right!
Wrong!
AV Cables & Jacks
Video
Cable
Jack
PR
PR
PB
PB
Y
Y
Description
Component video separates the luminance (Y) and
color difference signals (PR, PB), providing the best
picture quality. (Some TV manufacturers label their
component video sockets slightly differently.)
Y
Component
video cable
PB
PR
S-Video cable
S
S-Video separates the luminance and color signals
and provides better picture quality than composite
video.
Composite
video cable
V
Composite video is commonly used on TVs, VCRs,
and other video equipment. Use only dedicated
composite video cables.
Audio
Cable
Jack
Optical digital
audio cable
OPTICAL
Coaxial digital
audio cable
COAXIAL
Analog audio
cable (RCA)
Multichannel
analog audio
cable (RCA)
L
R
Description
Offers the best sound quality and allows you to
enjoy surround sound (e.g., Dolby Digital, DTS).
The audio quality is the same as for coaxial.
Offers the best sound quality and allows you to
enjoy surround sound (e.g., Dolby Digital, DTS).
The audio quality is the same as for optical.
This cable carries analog audio. It’s the most
common connection format for analog audio, and
can be found on virtually all AV components.
This cable carries multichannel analog audio and
it’s typically used to connect DVD players with a
5.1-channel analog audio output. Several standard
analog audio cables can be used instead of a multichannel cable.
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
Connecting a Powered Subwoofer
Connecting Your Speakers
Speaker Configuration
For the best surround-sound experience, you should connect seven speakers and a powered subwoofer.
The following table indicates the channels you should
use depending on the number of speakers that you have.
Number of speakers:
2
3
4
5
6
7
Front left
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Using a suitable cable, connect the AV receiver’s SUBWOOFER PRE OUT to an input on your powered subwoofer, as shown. If your subwoofer is unpowered and
you’re using an external amplifier, connect the SUBWOOFER PRE OUT to an input on the amp.
Powered
subwoofer
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN 1
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
IN
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
SURR
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
✓
Front right
✓
✓
✓
Center
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Surround left
✓
✓
✓
✓
Surround right
✓
✓
✓
✓
S
R
GND
LINE INPUT
Surround back left
✓
Surround back right
✓
*If you’re using only one surround back speaker, connect it to
the left (L) SURROUND BACK SPEAKERS terminals.
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 by using the supplied
setup microphone (see page 39).
Using Dipole Speakers
You can use dipole speakers for the surround left and
right and surround back left and right 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
left and right dipole speakers should be positioned so that
their arrows point toward the TV/screen, while the surround left and right dipolar speakers should be positioned
so that their arrows point toward each other, as shown.
Normal speakers
Dipole speakers
1
TV/screen
2
5
6
7
8
1. Subwoofer
2. Front left speaker
3. Center speaker
4. Front right speaker
5. Surround left speaker
22
1
TV/screen
4
3
2
4
3
5
6
7
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
LINE INPUT
✓
Surround back*
R
PR
8
6. Surround right speaker
7. Surround back left
speaker
8. Surround back right
speaker
Attaching the Speaker Labels
The AV receiver’s positive (+) speaker terminals are
color-coded for ease of identification. (The negative (–)
speaker terminals are all black.)
Speaker terminal
Color
Front left, Zone 2 left
White
Front right, Zone 2 right
Red
Center
Green
Surround left
Blue
Surround right
Gray
Surround back left
Brown
Surround back right
Tan
The supplied speaker labels are also color-coded and you
should attach them to the positive (+) side of each
speaker cable in accordance with the above table. All you
need to do then is to match the color of each label to the
corresponding speaker terminal.
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
Speaker Connection Precautions
Read the following before connecting your speakers:
• American model only: Only connect speakers with
an impedance of 6 ohms or higher. 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.
• Other models: 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 “4 ohms” (see page 44).
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 to only positive
(+) terminals, and negative (–) terminals to only 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.
• 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.
Connecting the Speaker Cables
1
Strip about 5/8" (15 mm)
of insulation from the
ends of the speaker
cables, and twist the bare
wires tightly, as shown.
2
Unscrew the terminal.
3
Fully insert the bare
wires.
4
Screw the terminal tight.
5/8" (15 mm)
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 left (L) SURROUND BACK SPEAKERS terminals.
Surround
back left
speaker
Surround
back right
speaker
Front left
speaker
Surround
left
speaker
Front right
speaker
Surround
right
speaker
Center
speaker
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
Connecting Antenna
This section explains how to connect the supplied indoor
FM antenna and AM loop antenna, and how to connect
commercially available outdoor FM and AM antennas.
The AV receiver won’t pick up any radio signals without
any antenna connected, so you must connect the antenna
to use the tuner.
AM antenna push terminals
FM antenna connector
ZONE 2 SPEAKERS
SURROUND BACK
SPEAKERS
If you cannot achieve good reception with the supplied
indoor FM antenna, try a commercially available outdoor FM antenna instead (see page 25).
Connecting the AM Loop Antenna
The supplied indoor AM loop antenna is for indoor use
only.
1
Assemble the AM loop antenna, inserting
the tabs into the base, as shown.
2
Connect both wires of the AM loop
antenna to the AM push terminals, as
shown.
(The antenna’s wires are not polarity sensitive, so
they can be connected either way around).
Make sure that the wires are attached securely and
that the push terminals are gripping the bare
wires, not the insulation.
SURROUND SPEAKERS
L
L
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
R
OUT
IN 1
R
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
DVD
IN
MONITOR
OUT
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
SURR
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
L
S
R
PR
R
IN
GND
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
CENTER
CENTER SPEAKER
SUB
WOOFER
L
R
ZONE 2
OUT
FRONT SPEAKERS
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
PHONO
CD
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
R
SUB
WOOFER
Connecting the Indoor FM Antenna
The supplied indoor FM antenna is for indoor use only.
1
Attach the FM antenna, as shown.
■ American Model
Insert the plug fully
into the jack.
■ Other Models
Push
Insert wire
Release
Insert the plug fully
into the jack.
Once your AV receiver is ready for use, you’ll
need to tune into an FM radio station and adjust
the position of the FM antenna to achieve the best
possible reception.
2
Use thumbtacks or something similar to
fix the FM antenna into position.
Once your AV receiver is ready for use, you’ll
need to tune into an AM radio station and adjust
the position of the AM antenna to achieve the best
possible reception.
Keep the antenna as far away as possible from
your AV receiver, TV, speaker cables, and power
cords.
If you cannot achieve good reception with the supplied
indoor AM loop antenna, try using it with a commercially available outdoor AM antenna (see page 25).
Thumbtacks, etc.
Caution: Be careful that you don’t injure yourself
when using thumbtacks.
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
Connecting an Outdoor FM Antenna
Connecting an Outdoor AM Antenna
If you cannot achieve good reception with the supplied
indoor FM antenna, try a commercially available outdoor FM antenna instead.
If good reception cannot be achieved using the supplied
AM loop antenna, an outdoor AM antenna can be used in
addition to the loop antenna, as shown.
Outdoor antenna
Insulated antenna cable
AM loop antenna
Notes:
• Outdoor FM antennas work best outside, but usable
results can sometimes be obtained when installed in an
attic or loft.
• For best results, install the outdoor FM antenna well
away from tall buildings, preferably with a clear line
of sight to your local FM transmitter.
• Outdoor antenna should be located away from possible noise sources, such as neon signs, busy roads, etc.
• For safety reasons, outdoor antenna should be situated
well away from power lines and other high-voltage
equipment.
• Outdoor antenna must be grounded in accordance
with local regulations to prevent electrical shock hazards.
Outdoor AM antennas work best when installed outside
horizontally, but good results can sometimes be obtained
indoors by mounting horizontally above a window. Note
that the AM loop antenna should be left connected.
Outdoor antenna must be grounded in accordance with
local regulations to prevent electrical shock hazards.
■ Using a TV/FM Antenna Splitter
It’s best not to use the same antenna for both FM and TV
reception, as this can cause interference problems. If circumstances demand it, use a TV/FM antenna splitter, as
shown.
TV/FM antenna splitter
To AV receiver
To TV (or VCR)
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
Connecting Both Audio & Video
By connecting both the audio and video outputs of your DVD player and other AV components to the AV receiver, you
can select both the audio and video simultaneously simply by selecting the appropriate input source on the AV receiver.
: Signal Flow
Video
Video
Audio
Audio
TV, projector,
etc.
DVD player, etc.
Speakers (see page 23 for connection
information)
Which Connections Should I Use?
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 other components. Use the following sections as a guide.
For video components, you must make two connections—one for audio, one for video.
Video Connection Formats
Audio Connection Formats
Video equipment can be connected to the AV receiver by
using any one of the following video connection formats:
composite video, S-Video, or component video, the
latter offering the best picture quality.
A video signal connected to a V or S IN jack will be converted—composite video to S-Video or S-Video to composite video—but only for the MONITOR OUT jacks,
not the VIDEO 1 and VIDEO 2 OUT V and S jacks.
Note: The DTR-6.5/5.5 can be set to upconvert composite video and S-Video input signals and output them
from the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (see page 43).
Audio equipment can be connected to the AV receiver by
using any of the following audio connection formats:
analog, optical, coaxial, or multichannel.
When choosing a connection format, bear in mind that
the AV receiver doesn’t convert between them. For
example, audio signals connected to an OPTICAL or
COAXIAL input are not output by the analog TAPE
OUT.
DVD player,
etc.
Output
DVD player,
etc.
Output
IN
S-Video
Component
Composite
S-Video
Component
page 43
Input
TV, projector,
etc.
26
Coaxial
Analog
Multichannel
Optical
Coaxial
Analog
Multichannel
Analog
Only front
left and
right
IN
Composite
AV Receiver
MONITOR OUT
Optical
Composite
Composite
S-Video
S-Video
*
AV Receiver
OUT
Optical
*
Input
Component
Component
Coaxial
MD recorder,
etc.
Optical
Coaxial
Analog
* DTR-6.5 only
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
Connecting Your TV or Projector
Monitor Out
Audio Connections
■ Using Composite Video
Use a composite video cable to connect the AV receiver’s
V MONITOR OUT jack to a composite video input on
your TV, as shown.
These connections will allow you to listen to audio from
your TV via the AV receiver.
If your TV doesn’t have an audio output, connect the AV
receiver to your VCR and use its tuner (see page 30).
IN4
IN3
IN2
IN1
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
IN 2
MONITOR
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
RS232
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN 1
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
IN
FRONT
V
V
PRE OUT
SURR
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
L
GND
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
DVD
VIDEO 1
SUB
WOOFER
TV, projector,
etc.
■ Using Coaxial or Optical Connections
If you connect to a digital audio input, you’ll need to
assign it (see page 42).
• Use an optical digital audio cable to connect one of the
AV receiver’s OPTICAL DIGITAL IN jacks to an
optical output on your TV, as shown.
OR
• Use a coaxial digital audio cable to connect one of the
AV receiver’s COAXIAL DIGITAL IN jacks to a
coaxial output on your TV, as shown.
VIDEO IN
IN4
■ Using S-Video
Use an S-Video cable to connect the AV receiver’s
S MONITOR OUT jack to an S-Video input on your TV,
as shown.
IN 2
IN3
IN2
IN1
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
OUT
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
DIGITAL
OUT
IN
IN
COAXIAL
IN
COAXIAL
IN 1
OUT
PRE OUT
FRONT
SURR
V
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
GND
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
OPTICAL
L
OUT
IN
IN
IN
OUT
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
DVD
VIDEO 1
SUB
WOOFER
Connect one or the
other
COAXIAL
IN 2
IN1
MONITOR
OUT
IN 2
VIDEO 1
DIGITAL
OUT
IN2
DVD
OUT
IN 1
MONITOR
OUT
IN4
OPTICAL
RS232
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN3
OPTICAL
RS232
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
Y
OUT
OUT
IN 1
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
DVD
IN
MONITOR
OUT
S
PRE OUT
FRONT
SURR
V
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
S
R
IN
GND
TV, projector,
etc.
R
PR
IN
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
L
CENTER
ZONE 2
OUT
L
R
PHONO
CD
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
SUB
WOOFER
DVD
VIDEO 1
SUB
WOOFER
R
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
REMOTE
CONTROL
TV, projector,
etc.
S VIDEO IN
■ Using Component Video
Use a component video cable to connect the AV
receiver’s COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks to a component video input on your TV, as shown.
■ Using Analog Connections
If your TV doesn’t have a digital audio output, or you
want to record from it, you’ll need to make the following
analog audio connection.
Use an analog audio cable to connect the AV receiver’s
VIDEO 3 IN L/R jacks to an analog audio output on your
TV, as shown.
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
OUT
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
FRONT
DIGITAL
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN 1
Y
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
VIDEO 3
Y
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
IN
V
PRE OUT
SURR
L
L
PB
OUT
IN
CENTER SURR BACK
OUT
IN 1
S
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
DVD
IN
MONITOR
OUT
SURR
R
PR
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
R
CENTER SURR BACK
PB
L
SUB
WOOFER
L
PB
IN
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
S
R
IN
GND
GND
R
PR
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
CENTER
SUB
WOOFER
L
ZONE 2
OUT
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
PR
PHONO
L
CD
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
R
PHONO
CD
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
R
SUB
WOOFER
VIDEO 3
REMOTE
CONTROL
SUB
WOOFER
AUDIO
OUTPUT
TV, projector,
etc.
Y
PB
PR
COMPONENT
VIDEO IN
TV, projector,
etc.
L
R
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
Audio Connections
Connecting a DVD Player
Video Connections
You only need to use one of the following connection
methods.
■ Using Composite Video
Use a composite video cable to connect the AV receiver’s
V DVD IN jack to the composite video output on your
DVD player, as shown.
■ Using Coaxial or Optical Connections
• Use an optical digital audio cable to connect one of the
AV receiver’s OPTICAL DIGITAL IN jacks to the
optical output on your DVD player, as shown.
OR
• Use a coaxial digital audio cable to connect one of the
AV receiver’s COAXIAL DIGITAL IN jacks to the
coaxial output on your DVD player, as shown.
DVD
IN
IN4
IN 2
IN3
IN2
IN1
DIGITAL
OUT
IN2
IN1
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
IN 3
IN 1
IN 2
VIDEO 2
OUT
VIDEO 1
IN
OUT
IN
IN
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
IN
OUT
VIDEO 1
IN
OUT
DVD
IN
MONITOR
OUT
IN
SURR
SURR
L
CENTER SURR BACK
L
S
L
R
PR
R
S
SUB
WOOFER
R
PR
R
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
L
CENTER
VIDEO 2
SUB
WOOFER
DVD
VIDEO 1
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
FRONT
SURR
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
VIDEO 3
IN
GND
OPTICAL
TAPE
IN
IN1L
ZONE 2
OUT
L
CD
CENTER SURR BACK
L
PB
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
PHONO
OUT
IN
VIDEO 3
PB
GND
IN 1
Y
IN
IN
COAXIAL
COAXIAL
IN 2
OUT
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN 1
Y
IN
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
OUT
COMPONENT VIDEO
COAXIAL
IN 2
IN3
OPTICAL
RS232
IN4
OPTICAL
RS232
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
DVD
VIDEO 1
SUB
WOOFER
SUB
WOOFER
R
Connect one or the other
VIDEO OUT
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
DVD player
■ Using S-Video
Use an S-Video cable to connect the AV receiver’s
S DVD IN jack to the S-Video output on your DVD
player, as shown.
IN3
IN2
IN1
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
RS232
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN 1
Y
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
IN
OUT
VIDEO 1
IN
OUT
IN
IN
PRE OUT
FRONT
SURR
V
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
GND
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
DVD
VIDEO 1
DVD player
Initially, the OPTICAL IN1 jack is assigned to the DVD
input source. If you connect your DVD player to a different digital input, you’ll need to reassign the DVD
input source (see page 42).
DVD
IN
IN4
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
SUB
WOOFER
S VIDEO OUT
DVD player
■ Using Component Video
Use a component video cable to connect the AV
receiver’s COMPONENT VIDEO IN1 jacks to the component video output on your DVD player, as shown.
• Your TV must also be connected via component video.
■ Using Analog Connections
Even if your DVD player is connected digitally (optical
or coaxial), to use
, or to record audio from your
DVD player, you’ll need to make an analog connection
as well.
Use an analog audio cable to connect the AV receiver’s
DVD IN L/R jacks to the analog audio output on your
DVD player, as shown.
If your DVD player has stereo (L/R) and multichannel
outputs, be sure to use the left and right outputs.
FRONT
L
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN4
IN1
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
R
OUT
IN 1
Y
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
IN 2
IN
IN 2
IN 1
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
IN
SURR
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
OUT
R
PR
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
DVD
IN
MONITOR
OUT
R
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
SURR
PB
L
PB
S
GND
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
L
R
R
IN
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
CENTER
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
SUB
WOOFER
L
ZONE 2
OUT
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
PR
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
PHONO
CD
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
R
SUB
WOOFER
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
Y
PB
R
PR
DVD player
DVD player
28
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER SURR BACK
L
PR
GND
DVD
S
OUT
IN 1
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
VIDEO 3
Y
DIGITAL
OUT
L
AUDIO
OUTPUT
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
■ Using a Multichannel Connection
If your DVD player supports multichannel audio formats
such as DVD-Audio, and it has a 5.1-channel analog
audio output, you can enjoy DVD-Audio playback.
Use a multichannel analog audio cable to connect the AV
receiver’s DVD IN FRONT L/R, CENTER, SURR L/R,
and SUBWOOFER jacks to the 5.1-channel analog
audio output on your DVD player, as shown. Alternatively, use several analog audio cables.
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN 1
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
IN
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
SURR
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
GND
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
DVD player
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
Connecting a VCR for Playback
Connecting a D-VHS VCR for Playback
This section shows how to connect a VCR for playback
so that you can watch videos via the AV receiver.
Video Connections
• Use an S-Video cable to connect the AV receiver’s
S VIDEO 1 IN jack to a S-Video output on your VCR,
as shown.
OR
• Use a composite video cable to connect the AV
receiver’s V VIDEO 1 IN jack to a composite video
output on your VCR, as shown.
Video Connections
If you connect to a component video input, you must
assign it (see page 43).
Use a component video cable to connect the AV
receiver’s COMPONENT VIDEO IN2 or 3 jacks to a
component video output on your D-VHS VCR, as
shown.
Your TV must also be connected via component video.
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN
Y
An S-Video connection provides better picture quality
than a composite video connection.
IN4
IN3
IN2
IN1
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
RS232
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN 1
Y
PB
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
VIDEO 1
IN
OUT
IN
IN
PRE OUT
FRONT
SURR
V
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
Audio Connections
PR
GND
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
• Use an analog audio cable to connect the AV receiver’s
VIDEO 1 IN L/R jacks to an analog audio output on
your VCR, as shown.
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
DVD
VIDEO 1
SUB
WOOFER
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
Y
VIDEO 1
IN
PB
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN 1
PR
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
IN
D-VHS VCR
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
SURR
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
IN
GND
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
L
IN
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
L PHONO
CD
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
R
Connect one
or the other
R
VIDEO OUT
S VIDEO OUT
L
AUDIO
OUTPUT
Audio Connections
If you connect to a digital audio input, you'll need to
assign it (see page 42).
• Use an optical digital audio cable to connect one of the
AV receiver’s OPTICAL DIGITAL IN jacks to an
optical output on your D-VHS VCR, as shown.
OR
• Use a coaxial digital audio cable to connect one of the
AV receiver’s COAXIAL DIGITAL IN jacks to a
coaxial output on your D-VHS VCR, as shown.
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
OUT
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
FRONT
DIGITAL
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN 1
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
IN
V
PRE OUT
SURR
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
VCR
S
R
PR
R
SUB
WOOFER
IN
IN
OPTICAL
GND
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
FRONT
SURR
CENTER
L
DIGITAL
COAXIAL
ZONE 2
OUT
IN
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
PHONO
CD
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
R
SUB
WOOFER
Connect one or the other
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
D-VHS VCR
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
Connecting a VCR for Recording
This section explains how to connect a VCR for
recording from a TV or another VCR.
VCR (recording)
R
L
R
L
AUDIO
OUTPUT
AUDIO
INPUT
Video Connections
• Use an S-Video cable to connect the AV receiver’s
S VIDEO 1 OUT jack to an S-Video input on the
recording VCR. Use another S-Video cable to connect
the AV receiver’s S VIDEO 3 IN jack to an S-Video
output on your TV or playback VCR, as shown.
OR
• Use a composite video cable to connect the AV
receiver’s V VIDEO 1 OUT jack to a composite video
input on the recording VCR. Use another composite
video cable to connect the AV receiver’s V VIDEO 3
IN jack to a composite video output on your TV or
playback VCR, as shown.
S VIDEO IN
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO IN
S VIDEO OUT
Connect one or
the other
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
Audio Connections
• Use an analog audio cable to connect the AV receiver’s
VIDEO 1 OUT L/R jacks to an audio input on the
recording VCR.
• Use an analog audio cable to connect the AV receiver’s
VIDEO 3 IN L/R jacks to an audio output on your TV
or playback VCR.
VIDEO 3
IN4
RS232
IN
Playback from the Recording VCR
IN3
IN2
IN1
OUT
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
FRONT
DIGITAL
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
O
OUT
IN 1
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
IN
V
PRE OUT
SURR
CENTER SURR
L
PB
S
PR
To play back a video in the recording VCR via the AV
receiver:
• Use an S-Video cable to connect the AV receiver’s S
VIDEO 1 IN jack to an S-Video output on the recording VCR.
OR
• Use a composite video cable to connect the AV
receiver’s V VIDEO 1 IN jack to a composite video
output on the recording VCR. And use an analog audio
cable to connect the AV receiver’s VIDEO 1 IN L/R
jacks to an audio output on the recording VCR.
R
GND
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
L
REM
CON
R
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
IN
L
R
Connect one
or the other
R
Notes:
• 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 only be recorded via composite video outputs. If
your TV/VCR is connected to a composite video
input, the recording VCR must be connected to a composite video output. Similarly, video signals connected to S-Video inputs can only be recorded via
S-Video outputs. If your TV/VCR is connected to an
S-Video input, the recording VCR must be connected
to an S-Video output.
IN
OUT
S VIDEO
OUT
L
AUDIO
OUTPUT
VIDEO
OUT
: For recording
: For playback
TV or
VCR, etc.
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
Connecting Other Video Sources—
Satellite, Cable, Set-top box, LD
Player, etc.
Video Connections
■ Using Component Video
If you connect to a component video input, you must
assign it (see page 43).
Use a component video cable to connect the AV
receiver’s COMPONENT VIDEO IN 2 or IN 3 jack to a
component video output on your video source, as shown.
You only need to use one of the following connection
methods.
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN
■ Using Composite Video
Use a composite video cable to connect the AV receiver’s
V VIDEO 3 IN jack to a composite video output on your
video source, as shown.
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
OUT
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
FRONT
IN 2
IN 1
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
IN
V
VIDEO 2
IN1
MONITOR
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
IN 2
OUT
VIDEO 1
IN
OUT
IN
IN
IN 1
OUT
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
SURR
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
PB
S
R
PR
R
GND
PR
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
DVD
VIDEO 1
SUB
WOOFER
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
VIDEO 3
IN
PRE OUT
SURR
IN2
DVD
OUT
IN 1
IN
OUT
Y
VIDEO 3
IN 2
VIDEO 3
COAXIAL
IN 2
OUT
IN 1
IN3
OPTICAL
RS232
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
Y
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN4
Y
CENTER SURR BACK
Y
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
IN
GND
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
L
CENTER
PB
ZONE 2
OUT
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
PHONO
CD
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
SUB
WOOFER
DVD
VIDEO 1
Satellite, cable, set-top
box, LD player, etc.
SUB
WOOFER
R
PR
Audio Connections
VIDEO OUT
Satellite, cable, set-top
box, LD player, etc.
■ Using S-Video
Use an S-Video cable to connect the AV receiver’s
S VIDEO 3 IN jack to an S-Video output on your video
source, as shown.
■ Using Optical or Coaxial Connections
If you connect to a digital audio input, you’ll need to
assign it (see page 42).
• Use an optical digital audio cable to connect one of the
AV receiver’s OPTICAL DIGITAL IN jacks to an
optical output on your video source, as shown.
OR
• Use a coaxial digital audio cable to connect one of the
AV receiver’s COAXIAL DIGITAL IN jacks to a
coaxial output on your video source, as shown.
DIGITAL
VIDEO 3
IN
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
IN 3
IN 2
IN4
RS232
DIGITAL
OUT
IN 2
IN 1
IN 3
IN 2
IN2
IN1
COAXIAL
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
IN
OUT
IN 1
OUT
Y
OUT
IN 1
IN3
OPTICAL
COMPONENT VIDEO
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
COMPONENT VIDEO
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
DVD
IN
MONITOR
OUT
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
DVD
IN
MONITOR
OUT
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
SURR
CENTER SURR BACK
SURR
L
L
PB
CENTER SURR BACK
L
S
L
PB
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
Y
R
PR
S
R
R
IN
GND
SUB
WOOFER
R
PR
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
CENTER
SUB
WOOFER
L
IN
ZONE 2
OUT
GND
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
L
OPTICAL
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
PHONO
CD
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
R
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
SUB
WOOFER
Connect one or the other
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
S VIDEO OUT
Satellite, cable, set-top
box, LD player, etc.
Satellite, cable, set-top box, LD player, etc.
Notes:
• To connect the AV receiver to an LD player’s AC-3RF
output, you need a commercially available demodulator.
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
■ Using Analog Connections
If your video source doesn’t have a digital audio output,
or you want to record from it, you’ll need to make the
following analog audio connection.
Use an analog audio cable to connect the AV receiver’s
VIDEO 3 IN L/R jacks to the analog audio output on
your video source, as shown.
■ Using S-Video
Use an S-Video cable to connect the AV receiver’s
VIDEO 4 INPUT S VIDEO jack to the S-Video output
on your camcorder, games console, etc., as shown.
Zone 2
Standby
IN
L
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN 1
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
VIDEO 1
IN
OUT
IN
IN
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
SURR
R
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
GND
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
SURR
VIDEO 3
SUB
WOOFER
ZONE 2
OUT
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
S Video
S VIDEO OUT
Camcorder,
games console, etc.
Audio Connections
R
L
AUDIO
OUTPUT
Satellite, cable, set-top
box, LD player, etc.
Use an analog audio cable to connect the AV receiver’s
VIDEO 4 INPUT AUDIO L/R jacks to the analog audio
output on your camcorder, games console, etc., as
shown.
Connecting a Camcorder, Games
Console, etc.
Zone 2
Standby
Video Connections
You only need to use one of the following connection
methods.
■ Using Composite Video
Use a composite video cable to connect the AV receiver’s
VIDEO 4 INPUT VIDEO jack to the composite video
output on your camcorder, games console, etc., as
shown.
AUDIO
OUTPUT
L
R
L
Audio
R
Camcorder,
games console, etc.
If your camcorder, games console, etc., has an optical
digital audio output, use an optical digital audio cable to
connect it to the AV receiver’s VIDEO 4 INPUT DIGITAL jack, as shown.
Zone 2
Standby
Zone 2
Standby
VIDEO OUT
Video
Camcorder,
games console, etc.
DIGITAL OUT
Digital
Camcorder,
games console, etc.
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
Connecting a CD Player
Connecting a Cassette Recorder
■ Using Optical or Coaxial Connections
If you connect to a digital audio input, you’ll need to
assign it (see page 42).
• Use an optical digital audio cable to connect one of the
AV receiver’s OPTICAL DIGITAL IN jacks to the
optical output on your CD player, as shown.
OR
• Use a coaxial digital audio cable to connect one of the
AV receiver’s COAXIAL DIGITAL IN jacks to the
coaxial output on your CD player, as shown.
Use an analog audio cable to connect the AV receiver’s
TAPE IN L/R jacks to the cassette recorder’s output, and
use another analog audio cable to connect the AV
receiver’s TAPE OUT L/R jacks to the cassette
recorder’s input, as shown.
IN4
IN3
IN2
IN1
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
RS232
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN 1
OUT
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
VIDEO 1
IN
OUT
IN
IN
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
SURR
IN
L
L
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
DIGITAL
GND
COAXIAL
IN3
IN2
IN1
IN 2
CD
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
FRONT
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
SURR
ZONE 2
OUT
REMOTE
CONTROL
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
DVD
VIDEO 1
R
R
SUB
WOOFER
TAPE
COAXIAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
PHONO
IN
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
OPTICAL
RS232
IN
L
R
IN
IN4
IN
SUB
WOOFER
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN 1
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
VIDEO 1
IN
OUT
DVD
IN
IN
MONITOR
OUT
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
SURR
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
IN
IN
IN
OUT
OPTICAL
L
IN
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
REC
(IN)
ZONE 2
OUT
GND
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
PHONO
CD
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
DVD
VIDEO 1
SUB
WOOFER
Cassette recorder
PLAY
(OUT)
L
L
R
R
/
Connect one or the other
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
Connecting a DAT, CD, or MD
Recorder
CD player
■ Using Analog Connections
Even if your CD player is connected digitally (coaxial or
optical), to use
, or to record audio from your CD
player, you’ll need to make an analog audio connection
as well.
Use an analog audio cable to connect the AV receiver’s
CD IN L/R jacks to the analog audio output on your CD
player, as shown.
You can connect a DAT, CD, or MD recorder instead of
a cassette recorder.
■ Analog Connections
Use an analog audio cable to connect the AV receiver’s
TAPE IN L/R jacks to the recorder’s output, and use
another analog audio cable to connect the AV receiver’s
TAPE OUT L/R jacks to the recorder’s input, as shown.
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
OUT
OUT
IN 1
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
IN
SURR
IN
L
L
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
IN 3
IN 2
IN
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 1
OUT
GND
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
OUT
IN 1
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
DVD
IN
MONITOR
OUT
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
R
R
SUB
WOOFER
TAPE
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
SURR
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
GND
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
CD
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
REC
(IN)
SUB
WOOFER
PLAY
(OUT)
L
L
R
R
DAT, CD, or MD recorder
CD player
AUDIO
OUTPUT
L
R
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
■ Using Optical or Coaxial Connections
(playback only)
If you connect to a digital audio input, you’ll need to
assign it (see page 42).
• Use an optical digital audio cable to connect one of the
AV receiver’s OPTICAL DIGITAL IN jacks to the
optical output on your recorder, as shown.
OR
• Use a coaxial digital audio cable to connect one of the
AV receiver’s COAXIAL DIGITAL IN jacks to the
coaxial output on your recorder, as shown.
Note:
Don’t connect the recorder’s digital output to the AV
receiver when the recorder’s digital input is connected to
one of the AV receiver’s digital outputs. Doing so may
create a signal loop and cause a malfunction.
DIGITAL
IN4
IN3
IN2
IN1
DIGITAL
OUT
IN 2
COAXIAL
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
RS232
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 1
OUT
IN
OUT
IN 1
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
VIDEO 1
IN
OUT
DVD
IN
IN
MONITOR
OUT
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
CENTER SURR BACK
SURR
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
IN
OPTICAL
GND
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
DVD
VIDEO 1
SUB
WOOFER
Connect one or the other
DIGITAL OUT
OPTICAL
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
DAT, CD, or MD
recorder
■ Digital Recording
If your recorder has a digital input, by connecting it to
the AV receiver’s optical DIGITAL OUT jack, you can
record digitally. (With the DTR-6.5, you can use its
coaxial DIGITAL OUT jack.) However, because the AV
receiver doesn’t convert analog input signals to digital
and vice versa, only input signals connected to a DIGITAL IN jack can be recorded in this way.
DAT, CD, or MD recorder
OPTICAL
DIGITAL IN
OPTICAL
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
OUT
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
FRONT
DIGITAL
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN 1
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
IN
V
PRE OUT
SURR
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
IN
OPTICAL
IN
GND
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
L
DIGITAL
COAXIAL
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
PHONO
CD
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
IN
Connect one or the other
OPTICAL
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL
DIGITAL OUT
Digital source (DAT, CD, MD player)
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
Connecting a Turntable
For the DTR-6.5
The AV receiver’s PHONO IN is designed for use with a
moving magnet (MM) type cartridge.
Use an analog audio cable to connect the AV receiver’s
PHONO IN L/R jacks to the audio output on your turntable, as shown.
■ Turntable without a Built-in Phono Preamp
Use an analog audio cable to connect an unused audio
input on the AV receiver to the audio outputs on your
phono preamp, and use another analog audio cable to
connect the phono preamp’s inputs to your turntable, as
shown.
IN4
IN3
IN2
IN1
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
RS232
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN 1
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
VIDEO 1
IN
OUT
IN
IN
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
SURR
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
IN4
IN3
IN2
IN1
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
RS232
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
FRONT
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
SURR
OUT
OUT
IN 1
SUB
WOOFER
DIGITAL
OUT
GND
ZONE 2
OUT
L
Y
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
IN
OUT
VIDEO 1
IN
OUT
DVD
IN
IN
MONITOR
OUT
PRE OUT
FRONT
SURR
V
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
DVD
VIDEO 1
SUB
WOOFER
S
R
PR
R
IN
GND
IN
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
L
CENTER
IN
ZONE 2
OUT
AUDIO
OUTPUT
L
PHONO
CD
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
DVD
VIDEO 1
SUB
WOOFER
IN
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
SUB
WOOFER
R
L
R
R
PHONO
CD
Phono preamp
AUDIO
OUTPUT
L
AUDIO
OUTPUT
R
Notes:
• 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, disconnected it.
• If your turntable has a moving coil (MC) type cartridge, you’ll need a commercially available MC head
amp or MC transformer. Connect your turntable to the
head amp or transformer, and then connect that to the
AV receiver’s PHONO IN L/R jacks.
• You can also use a phono equalizer to connect a turntable with an MC-type cartridge. In this case, see the
phono equalizer’s manual for details.
AUDIO
INPUT
L
L
R
R
■ Turntable with an MC (Moving Coil) Cartridge
Use an analog audio cable to connect an unused audio
input on the AV receiver to the audio outputs on your
phono preamp. Use another analog audio cable to connect the phono preamp’s inputs to your MC head amp’s
outputs. And use another analog audio cable to connect
the MC head amp’s inputs to your turntable, as shown.
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN 1
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
IN
FRONT
V
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
OUT
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
FRONT
GND
COAXIAL
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
IN
V
PRE OUT
CENTER SURR BACK
SURR
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
AUDIO
INPUT
IN
Phono preamp
AUDIO
OUTPUT
L
L
R
R
MC head amp or
MC transformer
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
COMPONENT VIDEO
Y
VIDEO 3
R
R
CD
IN 1
L
S
PR
■ Turntable with a Built-in Phono Preamp
Use an analog audio cable to connect an unused audio
input on the AV receiver to the audio outputs on your
turntable, as shown.
IN 2
CENTER SURR BACK
SURR
L
PB
For the DTR-5.5
IN 3
PRE OUT
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
IN
GND
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
FRONT
SURR
CENTER
SUB
WOOFER
L
ZONE 2
OUT
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
PHONO
IN
CD
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
R
AUDIO
OUTPUT
L
R
CD
36
AUDIO
OUTPUT
AUDIO
INPUT
L
L
L
R
R
SUB
WOOFER
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
Connecting a Power Amplifier
(DTR-6.5 only)
Connecting
If you want to connect a more powerful power amplifier
and use the AV receiver as a preamp, you can connect
one to the PRE OUT jacks. In this case, you should connect all speakers and the subwoofer to that power amplifier. However, if you have a powered subwoofer, connect
it to this AV receiver’s PRE OUT SUBWOOFER jack.
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
OUT
DVD
MONITOR
OUT
FRONT
IN 2
COAXIAL
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
OUT
IN 1
Y
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
IN
V
PRE OUT
SURR
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
R
IN
GND
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
PHONO
CD
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
With
(Remote Interactive) you can control your
-compatible Integra CD player, DVD player, and so
on with the AV receiver’s remote controller, as follows:
• To use
, you must make an analog audio connection between the AV receiver and the other AV
components, even if they are connected digitally.
Auto Power On/Standby
When you start playback on an AV component connected via
, if the AV receiver is in Standby, it will
turn on and select that AV component as the input source
automatically. Similarly, when the AV receiver is set to
Standby, all components connected via
also enter
Standby. Note that this function will not work if the component’s power cord is connected to one of the AV
receiver’s AC OUTLETS.
DIGITAL
OPTICAL
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
Components
SUB
WOOFER
Direct Change
When playback is started on an AV component connected via
, the AV receiver automatically selects
that AV component as the input source.
Remote Control
You can control your
-compatible Integra components with the AV receiver’s remote controller.
ZONE 2 SPEAKERS
SURROUND BACK
SPEAKERS
SURROUND SPEAKERS
L
L
IN4
IN3
IN2
IN1
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
RS232
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
IN 1
OUT
R
OUT
IN 1
R
Y
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
DVD
IN
MONITOR
OUT
FRONT
SURR
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
SURR
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
L
S
R
PR
R
Power amplifier
GND
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
FRONT SPEAKERS
REMOTE
CONTROL
TAPE
VIDEO 3
IN
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
R
ZONE 2
OUT
R
1
CENTER SPEAKER
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
IN
L
L
R
R
AUDIO
OUTPUT
REMOTE
CONTROL
e.g., DVD player
L
1. Subwoofer
2. Front left speaker
3. Center speaker
4. Front right speaker
5. Surround left speaker
6. Surround right speaker
7. Surround back left
speaker
8. Surround back right
speaker
R
AUDIO
OUTPUT
e.g., MD recorder
L
R
Notes:
• Push plugs in all the way to make good connections.
• Use only
cables for
connections. No
cables are supplied with this AV receiver.
• Some AV components have two
jacks. You can
connect either one to this AV receiver. The other jack
is for connecting more
-compatible components.
• Connect the AV receiver’s
jack to only Integra AV
components. Connecting to other manufacturer’s AV
components may cause them to malfunction.
• Some components may not support all
functions.
Refer to the manuals supplied with your components.
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Connecting the AV receiver—Continued
Connecting the Power Cords of Other
Components
The AV receiver has AC outlets on its rear panel that can
be used to connect the power cords of AV other components that you intend to use with the AV receiver. These
components can then be left turned on so that they turn
on and off as and when the AV receiver is turned on and
set to Standby.
Connecting the Supplied Power Cord
Plug the supplied power cord into this AC INLET.
• Do not use a power cord other than the one supplied
with this AV receiver. It’s designed exclusively for use
with this AV receiver and should not be used with any
other component.
• 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.
AC INLET
AC OUTLETS
AC 120 V 60 Hz
SWITCHED
TOTAL 120W 1A MAX.
Power cord
(supplied)
Caution:
• Make sure that the total capacity of the components
that you connect to the AC OUTLETS does not exceed
the stated capacity (e.g., TOTAL 120 W).
Note:
• Integra components with
jacks should be connected directly to wall outlets, not the AV receiver’s
AC OUTLETS.
• The number of AC OUTLETS, socket type, and total
capacity depends on the country in which you purchased the AV receiver.
DO NOT connect the
power cord at this time.
Turning On the AV receiver
Standby/On
On
Standby
On
Standby
V1
V2
V3
1
2
3
+
V4
Multi CH
DVD
TV CH
-
TV
Zone 2
I
Input
Standby
4
5
6
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
0
Clear
TV VOL
Phono
+10
--/---
Connecting the RS232 Port
This port can be used to connect an external controller
for controlling the AV receiver.
Remote
controller
On
Press the [Standby/On] button.
Alternatively, press the remote
controller’s [Receiver] button followed by the [On] button.
The AV receiver comes on, the display
lights up, and the Standby indicator
goes off.
Standby
To turn off the AV receiver, press the
[Standby/On] button. The AV receiver
will enter Standby mode.
Notes:
• Pressing the remote controller’s [On] button once will
turn on the AV receiver. Pressing it again will turn on
any components connected via
.
• When the AV receiver is on Standby, it will turn on
automatically when any one of its input selector buttons is pressed.
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First Time Setup
This chapter explains the settings that you need to make before using the AV receiver.
Automatic Speaker Setup
With the supplied speaker setup microphone, the Automatic Speaker Setup function can measure the test tone
output by each speaker and automatically determine the
number of speakers connected, their sizes, the distance
from each speaker to the listening position, and so on.
Before using this function, connect and position all your
speakers.
On
Standby
V1
Standby
V2
MIC
position
Input
V3
1
2
3
+
V4
Multi CH
DVD
T V CH
-
4
5
6
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
0
Clear
TV VOL
Phono
+10
Put the speaker setup microphone in the listening position,
and connect it to the Setup Mic
jack.
TV
I
Zone 2
2
Auto Speaker Setup
-----------------------Push Enter:Start
--/--Input Selector
Macro
1
1 2
2
3
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Tape
TV
Dimmer
3–7
Zone 2
Remote Mode
TV
Input
Sleep
To
pM
Men
u
en u
+
CH
Ex
Prev
CH
Display
1
VOL
Enter
Disc
Re
it
turn
de
G ui
p
S etu
Muting
Turn on the AV receiver and the
connected TV.
On the TV, select the input to which the
AV receiver is connected.
Notes:
• Wait at least five seconds after turning on the AV receiver before plugging in the speaker setup
microphone.
• Make sure the microphone is horizontal.
• If there’s an obstacle between the
microphone and any speaker, the
automatic setup will not work correctly. Set the room how you would
have it when enjoying a DVD.
• If the AV receiver was previously
muted, the Muting function will be
cancelled.
• The automatic setup cannot be used
while a pair of headphones is connected.
• By putting the microphone close to
where your ears would normally be
at the listening position, a more accurate setup can be achieved. If you use
a tripod or level table, you can adjust
the height of the microphone.
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First Time Setup—Continued
3
Press [Enter].
Enter
Press the [Return] button to return to
the previous menu.
Auto Speaker Setup
-----------------------Do not Unplug Setup Mic
Wait a moment, Please.
0-1.Warning
-----------------------Not Connect
-:-:-:--:--:--:--:--
The automatic speaker setup starts.
The test tone, which is somewhat loud,
is output by each speaker in turn, measured by the microphone, and the
speaker settings set accordingly. The
whole process takes about 90 seconds.
Too Near/Far Speaker
-:-:-:--:--:--:--:-0-2.Speaker Config
-----------------------Subwoofer
:Yes
Front
:Large
Center
:Small
Surround
:Small
SurroundBack :Small
SurrBack ch
:2ch
Crossover
:100Hz
Auto Speaker Setup
-----------------------Do not Unplug Setup Mic
0-3.Distance
-----------------------Left
: 3.6m
Center
: 3.6m
Right
: 3.6m
Surr Right : 2.1m
Surr Back R : 2.1m
Surr Back L : 2.1m
Surr Left
: 2.1m
Subwoofer
: 3.6m
Left
Center
Right
Surr Right
SurrBack R
SurrBack L
Surr Left
Subwoofer
0-4.Level
-----------------------Left
Center
Right
Surr Right
Surr Back R
Surr Back L
Surr Left
Subwoofer
If any extraneous noise is picked up by
the microphone, the automatic setup
will not work correctly, so be careful.
4
When the Check Result menu
appears, press [Enter].
Auto Speaker Setup
-----------------------Push Enter:Check Results
<:Retry
>:Set
If you want to adjust any of the settings
manually, see “Speaker Setup” on
page 46.
6
When you’ve checked the settings, press the [Return] button
to return to the previous menu.
Auto Speaker Setup
-----------------------Push Enter:Check Results
<:Retry
>:Set
7
Enter
5
Enter
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select the item that
you want to check, and then
press [Enter].
8
Enter
40
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
viation (e.g., L, R, and so on) appears
instead of the “---” dashes.
The Setup Result menu appears.
1 Warning
2 Number of speakers and their sizes
3 Distance from each speaker to the
listening position
4 The optimum volume level for each
speaker
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
(Menus vary depending on country.)
* When a speaker has a warning, its abbre-
Enter
0.Auto Sp Setup Result
-----------------------1.Warning
2.Speaker Config
3.Distance
4.Level
*
When you’ve finished the automatic setup, press the Right [ ]
button.
That completes the setup.
To run the automatic setup again,
press the Left [ ] button.
The automatic speaker setup starts
again.
Disconnect the speaker setup
microphone.
To cancel the automatic setup while it’s
in progress, disconnect the microphone.
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First Time Setup—Continued
About the Onscreen Setup Menus
The AV receiver is configured using onscreen setup menus, which are displayed on the TV that’s connected to either of
the MONITOR OUT jacks. Because they appear on your TV, they’re large and clear, making setup a breeze.
Settings are divided into two groups: Basic Setup and Advanced Setup.
When you’ve configured the settings on the Basic Setup menu correctly, you’ll be ready to enjoy movies and music. The
Advanced Setup menu contains more detailed settings for an even better sound and increased enjoyment.
Submenus
1.Initial Setup
-----------------------1.Digital Input
2.Component Video
3.Hardware Setup
Basic Setup
p. 42
p. 43
p. 44, 45
p. 75, 76
p. 46
2.Speaker Setup
-----------------------1.Speaker Config
2.Speaker Distance
3.Level Calibration
4.Equalizer Settings
p. 48
p. 50
p. 51
Main menus
Menu
-----------------------Basic Setup
1.Initial Setup
2.Speaker Setup
Advanced Setup
3.Decorder Setup
4.Audio Adjust
5.Listening Mode Preset
6.Preference
Advanced Setup
3.Decoder Setup
-----------------------1.Analog/PCM
2.Dolby Digital
3.DTS
4.D.F.2ch
5.Multiplex
6.Multich Input
4.Audio Adjust
-----------------------1.Mono
2.PL x/Neo:6
3.Enhance
4.Orchestra
5.Unplugged
6.Studio-Mix
7.TV Logic
8.Mono Movie
9.Theater-Dimensional
5.Listening Mode Preset
-----------------------1.DVD/MULTICH
2.VIDEO1
3.VIDEO2
4.VIDEO3
5.VIDEO4
6.TAPE
7.TUNER
8.CD
9.PHONO
6.Preference
-----------------------1.IntelliVolume
2.Volume Setup
3.OSD Setup
4.Remote Setup
5.Digital Format
6.12V Trigger A Setup
7.12V Trigger B Setup
8.12V Trigger C Setup
p. 66
p. 67
p. 68
p. 70
p. 70
p. 71
p. 72
p. 73
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First Time Setup—Continued
Initial Setup
3
Digital Input
Enter
If you connect a component to a digital input jack, you
must assign that jack to an input selector. For example, if
you connect your CD player to the OPTICAL IN2 jack,
you should assign that jack to the CD input selector. By
default, the OPTICAL IN1 jack is assigned to the DVD
input selector, although this can be changed.
CD
Tape
7
8
9
0
Clear
Enter
Tuner
TV VOL
Phono
+10
--/---
Input Selector
Macro
1
1
2
3
Zone 2
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Tape
Dimmer
TV
Input
T
Men
u
en u
CH
VOL
Enter
Disc
Ex
Prev
CH
• There are no assignments for
TUNER.
• VIDEO 4 is assigned to the optical
digital input on the front panel and
cannot be changed.
Sleep
M
op
+
Re
it
turn
G ui
de
S etu
2–4
1, 5
p
Display
Muting
4
Enter
Rec
Random
Audio
Subtitle
Surround
All ST
THX
Stereo
Repeat
A-B
Search
Angle
Memory
Pure A
Direct
DSP
Test Tone
CH SEL
Level-
Last Memory
DSP
Level+
Open/Close Video Off
1
Receiver
2
Enter
Menu
-----------------------Basic Setup
1.Initial Setup
1.Initial
Setup
-----------------------2.Speaker
Setup
1.Digital
Input
1-1.Digital
Input
-----------------------2.Component
Video
Advanced
a.DVD Setup
3.Hardware
Setup :OPT1
3.Surround Setup
b.VIDEO1
:----4.Audio
Adjust
c.VIDEO2 Mode Preset
:----5.Listening
d.VIDEO3
:----6.Preference
e.TAPE
:----f.CD
:----g.PHONO
:-----
Remote Mode
TV
2, 3
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “1. Digital
Input,” and then press [Enter].
The Digital Input menu appears.
Press the [Receiver] button followed by the [Setup] button.
The main menu appears onscreen.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “1. Initial
Setup,” and then press [Enter].
The Initial Setup menu appears.
5
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select an input selector, and then use the Left and
Right [ ]/[ ] buttons to select a
digital input jack.
Examples:
If you connect your DVD player to the
OPTICAL IN 2 jack, set “a. DVD” to
“OPT2.”
If you want to listen to audio from the
component connected to the OPTICAL
IN 3 jack when the VIDEO 1 input
selector is selected, set “b. VIDEO1” to
“OPT3.”
If you want to listen to audio from the
component connected to the COAXIAL IN 1 jack when the VIDEO 2 input
selector is selected, set “c. VIDEO2” to
“COAX1.”
For input selectors that you don’t want
to assign a digital input jack, leave them
set to “-----.”
Press the [Setup] button.
The setup menu closes.
Enter
Note:
• This procedure can also be performed on the AV
receiver by using its [Setup] button, arrow buttons, and
[Enter] button.
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First Time Setup—Continued
Component Video Setup
If you connect to a COMPONENT VIDEO IN, you must
assign it to an input selector. For example, if you connect
your DVD player to COMPONENT IN 3, you should
assign it to the DVD input selector.
If you want to output composite and S-Video sources
from the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT, select Video, as
explained below.
1
Input
selector
Analog audio
input (fixed)
COMPONENT
VIDEO IN jack
DVD
DVD
IN 1
VIDEO 1
VIDEO 1
Video
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 2
Video
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 3
Video
VIDEO 4
VIDEO 4
Video
Receiver
2
Enter
Press the [Receiver] button followed by the [Setup] button.
The main menu appears onscreen.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “1. Initial
Setup,” and then press [Enter].
The initial Setup menu appears.
Enter
3
Enter
Enter
4
Enter
5
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select an input selector, and then use the Left and
Right [ ]/[ ] buttons to select:
IN1: Use the video component
connected to COMPONENT VIDEO IN 1.
IN2: Use the video component
connected to COMPONENT VIDEO IN 2.
IN3: Use the video component
connected to COMPONENT VIDEO IN 3.
Video: Output composite video
and S-Video sources from
the COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT.
Last: Select this for audio-only
components.
Press the [Setup] button.
The setup menu closes.
Notes:
• If you select Last, the video source remains the same
when you select another input selector. For example,
if you set VIDEO 1 to Last, select the DVD input
selector, then select the VIDEO 1 input selector, you
can watch a DVD while listening to audio from the
component connected to the VIDEO 1 IN L/R jacks.
• This procedure can also be performed on the AV
receiver by using its [Setup] button, arrow buttons, and
[Enter] button.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “2. Component
Video,” and then press the
[Enter] button.
The Component Video Setup menu
appears.
Menu
-----------------------Basic Setup
1.Initial Setup
1.Initial
Setup
-----------------------2.Speaker
1.DigitalSetup
Input
1-2.Component
Video
-----------------------2.Component Video
Advanced
Setup
a.DVD/MULTICH
3.Hardware Setup:IN1
3.Surround Setup
b.VIDEO1
:Video
4.Audio
Adjust
c.VIDEO2 Mode :Video
5.Listening
Preset
d.VIDEO3
:Video
6.Preference
e.VIDEO4
:Video
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First Time Setup—Continued
Minimum Speaker Impedance
(not American models)
2
Enter
This setting is not set automatically by the Automatic
Speaker Setup function (see page 39).
If the impedance of any of the connected speakers is 4
ohms or more, but less than 6 ohms, set the Minimum
Speaker Impedance to “4 ohms.”
Note:
Before you change this setting, turn down the volume.
Enter
3
Enter
On
Standby
V1
V2
TV
I
Input
1
2
3
+
Multi CH
DVD
T V CH
-
4
5
6
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
0
Clear
Enter
TV VOL
Phono
--/--Input Selector
Macro
1
1
3
Zone 2
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Tape
TV
2, 3
2
Remote Mode
Receiver
Dimmer
TV
Input
Menu
-----------------------Basic Setup
1.Initial Setup
1.Initial
Setup
-----------------------2.Speaker
1.DigitalSetup
Input
1-3.Hardware
Setup
-----------------------2.Component Video
Advanced
Setup
a.Powered
Zone2
3.Hardware
Setup
3.Surround Setup
:Not Activated
4.Audio Adjust
b.Zone2 Out
5.Listening
Mode Preset
6.Preference :Fixed
c.Sp Impedance Minimum
:6ohms
d.TV Format
:AUTO
Sleep
To
pM
(Menus vary depending on country.)
Men
u
en u
+
CH
VOL
Enter
Disc
Ex
Prev
CH
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “3. Hardware
Setup,” and then press [Enter].
The Hardware Setup menu appears.
V3
V4
+10
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “1. Initial
Setup,” and then press [Enter].
The Initial Setup menu appears.
Re
it
turn
Gu
ide
S etu
4
1, 5
p
Display
2–4
Enter
Muting
Rec
Random
Audio
Subtitle
Surround
All ST
THX
Stereo
Repeat
A-B
Search
Angle
Last Memory
Memory
Pure A
Direct
DSP
Test Tone
CH SEL
Level-
Level+
L Night
Re-EQ
DSP
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “b. Sp Impedance Minimum,” and then use the
Left and Right [ ]/[ ] buttons to
select:
4 ohms: Select if the impedance of any
connected speaker is 4 ohms
or more, but less than 6 ohms.
6 ohms: Select if the impedances of all
connected speakers are
between 6 and 16 ohms.
Open/Close Video Off
RC-585M
1
44
Receiver
Press the [Receiver] button followed by the [Setup] button.
The main menu appears onscreen.
5
Press the [Setup] button.
The setup menu closes.
Notes:
• This procedure can also be performed on the AV
receiver by using its [Setup] button, arrow buttons, and
[Enter] button.
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First Time Setup—Continued
TV Format Setup (not American models)
Here you can specify the TV format used in your area.
1
Receiver
Press the [Receiver] button followed by the [Setup] button.
The main menu appears onscreen.
2
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “1. Initial
Setup,” and then press [Enter].
The Initial Setup menu appears.
3
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “3. Hardware
Setup,” and then press [Enter].
The Hardware Setup menu appears.
Enter
Enter
Menu
-----------------------Basic Setup
1.Initial Setup
1.Initial
Setup
-----------------------2.Speaker
1.DigitalSetup
Input
1-3.Hardware
Setup
2.Component Video
-----------------------Advanced
Setup
3.Hardware
Setup
a.Powered Zone2
3.Surround Setup
:Not Activated
4.Audio Adjust
b.Zone2 Out
5.Listening
Mode Preset
:Fixed
6.Preference
c.Sp Impedance Minimum
:6ohms
d.TV Format
:AUTO
(Menus vary depending on country.)
4
Enter
5
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “c. TV Format,”
and then use the Left and Right
[ ]/[ ] buttons to select:
Auto: Conforms with the video
input signal.
PAL: Select if the TV system in
your area is PAL.
NTSC: Select if the TV system in
your area is NTSC.
Press the [Setup] button.
The setup menu closes.
Note:
• This procedure can also be performed on the AV
receiver by using its [Setup] button, arrow buttons, and
[Enter] button.
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First Time Setup—Continued
Speaker Setup
2
Some of the settings in this section are set automatically
by the Automatic Speaker Setup function (see page 39).
Here you can check the settings made by the Automatic
Speaker Setup function, or set them manually, which is
useful if you change one of the connected speakers after
using the Automatic Speaker Setup function.
Enter
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “2. Speaker
Setup,” and then press [Enter].
The Speaker Setup menu appears.
Enter
Speaker Configuration
This setting is set automatically by the Automatic
Speaker Setup function (see page 39).
3
Here you can specify which speakers are connected and
their individual sizes.
For speakers with a cone diameter
over 6-1/2 inches (16 cm), specify
large, and for those with a diameter
below this, specify small.
For the DTR-6.5, if you’re using
THX-certified speakers, specify
Cone diameter
Small for all speakers.
CD
Tape
7
8
9
0
Clear
Enter
Enter
Tuner
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “1. Speaker
Config,” and then press [Enter].
The Speaker Config menu appears.
Menu
-----------------------Basic Setup
2.Speaker Setup
1.Initial
Setup
-----------------------2.Speaker
Setup
1.Speaker
Config
2-1.Speaker
Config
-----------------------2.Speaker
Distance
Advanced
Setup
a.Subwoofer
:Yes
3.Level
Calibration
3.Surround
Setup
4.Equalizer
Settings
b.Front
:Large
4.Audio
Adjust
c.Center
:Small
5.Listening Mode Preset
d.Surround
:Small
6.Preference
e.SurroundBack :Small
f.SurrBack ch
:2ch
g.Crossover
:100Hz
h.Double Bass
:Off
TV VOL
Phono
+10
--/---
Input Selector
4
Macro
1
2
3
Zone 2
Remote Mode
1
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Tape
Enter
TV
Dimmer
2, 3
TV
Input
Sleep
To
pM
Men
u
en u
+
CH
VOL
Enter
Disc
Ex
Prev
CH
Re
it
turn
Gu
ide
S etu
1, 12
p
Display
2–11
Muting
5
Enter
Rec
1
46
Receiver
Random
Audio
Subtitle
Angle
Last Memory
Surround
All ST
THX
Stereo
Press the [Receiver] button followed by the [Setup] button.
The main menu appears onscreen.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “a. Subwoofer,”
and then use the Left and Right
[ ]/[ ] buttons to select:
Yes: Select if a subwoofer is connected.
No: Select if no subwoofer is connected.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “b. Front,” and
then use the Left and Right [ ]/
[ ] buttons to select:
Small: Select if the front speakers are
small.
Large: Select if the front speakers are
large.
Note:
• If the Subwoofer setting in step 4 is
set to No, this setting is fixed at
Large.
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First Time Setup—Continued
6
Enter
7
Enter
8
Enter
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “c. Center,” and
then use the Left and Right [ ]/
[ ] buttons to select:
Small: Select if the center speaker is
small.
Large: Select if the center speaker is
large.
None: Select if no center speaker is
connected.
Note:
• If the Front setting in step 5 is set to
Small, the Large option cannot be
selected.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “d. Surround,”
and then use the Left and Right
[ ]/[ ] buttons to select:
Small: Select if the surround left and
right speakers are small.
Large: Select if the surround left and
right speakers are large.
None: Select if no surround left and
right speakers are connected.
Note:
• If the Front setting in step 5 is set to
Small, the Large option cannot be
selected.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “e. Surround
Back,” and then use the Left and
Right [ ]/[ ] buttons to select:
Small: Select if the surround back
left and right speakers are
small.
Large: Select if the surround back
speakers are large.
None: Select if no surround back
speakers are connected.
Notes:
• If the Surround setting in step 7 is set
to None, this setting cannot be
selected.
• If the Surround setting in step 7 is set
to Small, this setting cannot be set to
Large.
9
Enter
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “f. SurrBack
ch,” and then use the Left and
Right [ ]/[ ] buttons to select:
1ch: Select if one surround back
speaker is connected.
2ch: Select if two (left and right)
surround back speakers are
connected.
Continue with step 10 in the right column.
Crossover
10
Enter
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “g. Crossover,”
and then use the Left and Right
[ ]/[ ] buttons to select a
crossover frequency.
Choose a crossover frequency suitable
for your setup. If you’re using a subwoofer, choose a crossover frequency
based on the diameter of your front
speakers. If you’re not using a subwoofer, use the diameter of any speaker
that you specified as Small.
For the DTR-6.5, if you’re using THXcertified speakers, select 80Hz (THX).
Speaker cone
diameter
Crossover
frequency
Over 12 in.
(30 cm)
40Hz*
8 to 12 in.
(20–30 cm)
60Hz
6-1/2 to 8 in.
(16–20 cm)
80Hz (THX)
5-1/4 to 6-1/2 in.
(13–16 cm)
100Hz
3-1/2 to 5-1/4 in.
(9–13 cm)
120Hz
Under 3-1/2 in.
(9 cm)
150Hz
*DTR-6.5 only.
Continue with step 11 on the next page.
Notes:
• If the crossover frequency is set to a low value, and the
program material doesn’t contain any sounds below
that frequency, the subwoofer will not output much
sound.
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First Time Setup—Continued
Double Bass
This setting is not set automatically by the Automatic
Speaker Setup function (see page 39).
With the Double Bass function, you can boost bass output by feeding bass sounds from the front left and right
channels to the subwoofer. This function can be set only
if the Subwoofer setting in step 4 is set to Yes, and the
Front setting in step 5 is set to Large.
Speaker Distance
This setting is set automatically by the Automatic
Speaker Setup function (see page 39).
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.
+10
0
Clear
--/--Input Selector
Macro
11
Enter
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “g. Double
Bass,” and then use the Left and
Right [ ]/[ ] buttons to select:
On: Double Bass function on.
Off: Double Bass function off
(default).
1
1
2
3
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Tape
TV
Dimmer
2, 3
TV
Input
Sleep
To
pM
Men
u
en u
+
CH
VOL
Enter
Disc
-
12
Ex
Press the [Setup] button.
The setup menu closes.
Prev
CH
Re
Display
Rec
Notes:
• This procedure can also be performed on the AV
receiver by using its [Setup] button, arrow buttons, and
[Enter] button.
1
Receiver
2
Enter
Zone 2
Remote Mode
Receiver
it
turn
G ui
de
2–5
1, 7
p
S etu
Muting
Random
Press the [Receiver] button followed by the [Setup] button.
The main menu appears onscreen.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “2. Speaker
Setup,” and then press [Enter].
The Speaker Setup menu appears.
Enter
3
Enter
Enter
48
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “2. Speaker Distance,” and then press [Enter].
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First Time Setup—Continued
The Speaker Distance menu appears.
Menu
-----------------------Basic Setup
2.Speaker Setup
1.Initial
Setup
-----------------------2.Speaker
Setup
1.Speaker
Config
2-2.Speaker
Distance
-----------------------2.Speaker
Distance
Advanced
Setup
a.Unit Calibration
:meters
3.Level
3.Surround
Setup
4.Equalizer
Settings
b.LeftAdjust
: 3.6m
4.Audio
c.Center
3.6m
5.Listening Mode :Preset
d.Right
: 3.6m
6.Preference
e.Surr Right : 2.1m
f.Surr Back R : 2.1m
g.Surr Back L : 2.1m
h.Surr Left
: 2.1m
i.Subwoofer
: 3.6m
can be set between 15 and 25 ft. (4.5 and 7.5 m). The
SurrRight, Surr Left, and Surr Back distances can be
set up to 5 ft. (1.5 m) more or 15 ft. (4.5 m) less than
the Front distance. For example, if the Front distance
is set to 20 ft. (6 m), the SurrRight, Surr Left, and Surr
Back distances can be set between 5 and 25 ft. (1.5 and
7.5 m).
• This procedure can also be performed on the AV
receiver by using its [Setup] button, arrow buttons, and
[Enter] button.
Note:
Speakers that you set to No or None on
the Speaker Configuration page
(page 46) cannot be selected.
4
Enter
5
Enter
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “a. Unit,” and
then use the Left and Right [ ]/
[ ] buttons to select:
feet: Select if you want to enter
distances in feet. Can be set
from 1 to 30 feet in 1-foot
steps.
meters: Select if you want to enter
distances in meters. Can be
set from 0.3 to 9 meters in
0.3-meter steps.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “b. Left,” and
then use the Left and Right [ ]/
[ ] buttons to specify the distance.
Specify the distance from the front left
speaker to your listening position.
6
Repeat step 5 for all speakers.
7
Press the [Setup] button.
The setup menu closes.
Notes:
• On the DTR-6.5, if the distance between the furthest
and nearest speakers is greater than 20 feet (6 meters),
corrected values suitable for home theater use will be
set automatically.
• On the DTR-5.5, the Center and Subwoofer distances
can be set up to 5 ft. (1.5 m) more or less than the
Front distance. For example, if the Front distance is set
to 20 ft. (6 m), the Center and Subwoofer distances
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First Time Setup—Continued
Speaker Level Calibration
3
This setting is set automatically by the Automatic
Speaker Setup function (see page 39).
Enter
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.
Notes:
• The speakers cannot be calibrated while the output of
the AV receiver is muted, while a pair of headphones
is connected, or when using the multichannel input.
• Because the DTR-6.5 supports THX, the test tone is
output at the standard level of 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.
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
0
Clear
Enter
+10
Menu
-----------------------Basic Setup
2.Speaker Setup
1.Initial
Setup
-----------------------2.Speaker
Setup
1.Speaker
Config
2-3.Level
Calibration
2-4.Equalizer
Settings
-----------------------2.Speaker
Distance
Use Settings
:Manual
Advanced
Setup
a.Left
: 0dB
3.Level
Calibration
-----------------------3.Surround
Setup
4.Equalizer
Settings
Left
b.Center
: 0dB
4.Audio Adjust
c.Rught
: 0dB
a. 80Hz Mode Preset
5.Listening
d.Surr
Right
: 0dB
b.
250Hz
6.Preference
e.Surr
Back R : 0dB
c. 800Hz
f.Surr
Back L : 0dB
d.2.5kHz
g.Surr
Left
: 0dB
e. 8kHz
h.Subwoofer
: 0dB
Note:
Speakers that you set to No or None on
the Speaker Configuration page
(page 46) cannot be selected.
TV VOL
Phono
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “3. Level Calibration,” and then press [Enter].
The Level Calibration menu appears
and the pink noise test tone is output by
the front left speaker.
--/--Input Selector
Macro
1
1
2
3
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
TV
VCR
Cable
SAT
TV
Input
Men
u
M en u
+
CH
VOL
Enter
Ex
Prev
CH
Re
Display
Rec
Receiver
2
Enter
Enter
50
Enter
Sleep
p
To
Disc
1
4
Tape
Dimmer
2, 3
Zone 2
Remote Mode
Receiver
it
turn
G ui
de
2–4
1, 6
p
S etu
Muting
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select each speaker,
and use the Left and Right [ ]/
[ ] buttons to set the volume.
The volume can be adjusted from –12
to +12 dB in 1 dB steps (–15 to +12 dB
for the subwoofer).
5
Repeat step 4 until the volume of
the test tone from each speaker
is the same.
6
Press the [Setup] button.
The setup menu closes.
Random
Press the [Receiver] button followed by the [Setup] button.
The main menu appears onscreen.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “2. Speaker
Setup,” and then press [Enter].
The Speaker Setup menu appears.
Notes:
• This procedure can also be performed by using the
remote controller. First press the [Test Tone] button to
output the test tone. Use the [Level–] and [Level+]
buttons to set the volume, and use the [CH SEL] button to select the speakers.
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First Time Setup—Continued
Equalizer Setting
4
This setting is set automatically by the Automatic
Speaker Setup function (see page 39).
Enter
Here you can adjust the EQ of individual speakers. The
volume of individual speakers can be set on page 50.
CD
Tape
7
8
9
0
Clear
Tuner
TV VOL
Phono
+10
--/---
Input Selector
Macro
1
1
2
3
Zone 2
Remote Mode
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Dimmer
2, 3
TV
Input
pM
+
VOL
Enter
Ex
Re
Display
Rec
Receiver
Enter
Men
u
en u
CH
Prev
CH
Use the Down [ ] button to
select a speaker.
Sleep
To
Disc
1
5
Tape
TV
it
turn
G ui
de
S etu
2–7
1, 8
p
Muting
Enter
Enter
3
Enter
Enter
Menu
-----------------------Basic Setup
2.Speaker Setup
1.Initial
Setup
-----------------------2.Speaker
Setup
1.Speaker
Config
2-4.Equalizer
Settings
2.Speaker
Distance
Use Settings
:Manual
Advanced
Setup
3.Level
Calibration
-----------------------3.Surround
Setup
4.Equalizer
Settings
Left
4.Audio Adjust
a. 80Hz Mode Preset
: 0dB
5.Listening
b. 250Hz
: 0dB
6.Preference
c. 800Hz
: 0dB
d.2.5kHz
: 0dB
e. 8kHz
: 0dB
Random
Press the [Receiver] button followed by the [Setup] button.
The main menu appears onscreen.
6
Enter
2
Use the Left and Right [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select:
Off: Tone off, response flat.
Auto: The tone for each speaker is
set automatically by the Automatic Speaker Setup function.
Manual: You can adjust the EQ of each
speaker manually.
If you select Manual, continue with this
procedure. If you select Off or Auto, go
to step 8.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “2. Speaker
Setup,” and then press [Enter].
The Speaker Setup menu appears.
Menu
-----------------------Basic Setup
2.Speaker Setup
1.Initial
Setup
-----------------------2.Speaker
1.SpeakerSetup
Config
2.Speaker Distance
Advanced
3.LevelSetup
Calibration
3.Surround
Setup
4.Equalizer
Settings
4.Audio Adjust
5.Listening Mode Preset
6 P f
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “4. Equalizer
Settings,” and then press [Enter].
The Equalizer Settings menu appears.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select a frequency,
and then use the Left and Right
[ ]/[ ] buttons to adjust the
level at that frequency.
The volume at each frequency can be
adjusted from –12 to +12 dB in 1 dB
steps.
Tip: Low frequencies (e.g., 80Hz)
affect bass sounds; high frequencies
(e.g., 8kHz) affect treble sounds.
7
Use the Up [ ] button to select
“Left,” and then use the Left and
Right [ ]/[ ] buttons to select
another speaker.
Repeat steps 6 and 7 for each speaker.
8
Press the [Setup] button.
The setup menu closes.
Notes:
• This procedure can also be performed on the AV
receiver by using its [Setup] button, arrow buttons, and
[Enter] button.
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First Time Setup—Continued
Changing the TAPE/MD/CDR Display
If you connect an
-compatible Integra MiniDisc
recorder or CD recorder to the TAPE IN/OUT jacks, for
to work properly, you must change this setting.
This setting can only be changed on the AV receiver.
Zone 2
Standby
1, 2
(DTR-6.5 shown here)
52
1
Press the [TAPE] input selector
button so that “TAPE” appears
on the display.
2
Press and hold down the [TAPE]
input selector button (about 3
seconds) to set the display.
Repeat this step to select TAPE, MD, or
CDR.
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Basic Operation
Selecting the Input Source
This section explains how to select the input source (i.e., the AV component that you want to listen to or watch).
3
On
Standby
V1
V2
TV
I
1
Input
V3
1
2
3
+
V4
Multi CH
DVD
T V CH
4
5
6
-
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
0
Clear
TV VOL
Phono
Zone 2
+10
--/---
Standby
Input Selector
Macro
1
1
2
3
Zone 2
Remote Mode
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Tape
TV
Dimmer
TV
Input
Sleep
To
pM
Men
u
en u
+
CH
VOL
Enter
Disc
Ex
1
1
Prev
CH
Re
it
turn
Display
G ui
3
de
S etu
p
Muting
Use the AV receiver’s input selector buttons to select the input
source.
Remote
controller
AV receiver
Receiver
To select the input source with the remote controller, press the
[Receiver] button, and then use the Input Selector buttons.
or
V1
V2
V3
V4
Multi CH
DVD
CD
Tape
Tuner
On the remote controller, the [V1], [V2], [V3], and [V4] buttons select the
VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, VIDEO 3, and VIDEO 4 input sources respectively.
Only the RC-585M remote controller has a [PHONO] button.
Phono
2
Start playback on the source component.
When you select DVD or another video component, on your TV, you’ll need to
select the video input that’s connected to the AV receiver’s MONITOR OUT.
On some DVD players, you may need to turn on the digital audio output.
3
Remote
controller
AV receiver
or
VOL
To adjust the volume, use the Master Volume control, or the remote
controller’s [VOL] button.
The volume can be set to MIN, 1 through 99, or MAX.
The AV receiver is designed for home theater enjoyment. It has a wide volume
range, allowing precise adjustment.
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Basic Operation—Continued
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
Using the Sleep Timer
TV VOL
Phono
+10
0
With the sleep timer, you can set the AV receiver to automatically turn off after a specified period.
Clear
--/--Input Selector
Macro
1
Press
[Receiver]
first
2
3
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Receiver
Tape
TV
Dimmer
Dimmer
Zone 2
Remote Mode
TV
Input
Sleep
To
pM
Sleep
Men
u
en u
Sleep
+
CH
VOL
Enter
Disc
Ex
Prev
CH
Re
it
turn
Gu
ide
p
S etu
Display
Rec
Muting
Muting
Random
Setting the Display Brightness
You can adjust the brightness of the display.
Receiver
Dimmer
Press the [Receiver] button, and
then press the [Dimmer] button
repeatedly to select Normal, Dim
or Dimmer.
• Normal
• Dim
• Dimmer
Press the [Receiver] button, and
then press the [Sleep] button
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 appears on the
display when the sleep timer has been
set, as shown. The specified sleep time
appears on the display for about five
seconds, then the previous display
reappears.
If you need to cancel the sleep timer, press the [Sleep]
button repeatedly until the SLEEP indicator disappears.
To check the time remaining until the AV receiver sleeps,
press the [Sleep] button. Note that if you press the
[Sleep] button while the sleep time is being displayed,
you’ll shorten the sleep time by 10 minutes.
Using Headphones
You can connect a pair of stereo headphones (1/4-inch
phone plug) to the AV receiver’s Phones jack for private
listening, as shown.
Zone 2
Muting the AV receiver
You can temporarily mute the output of the AV receiver.
Receiver
Press the [Receiver] button, and
then press the [Muting] button.
The output is muted and the MUTING
indicator flashes on the display, as
shown.
Muting
To unmute the AV receiver, press the
[Muting] button again, or adjust the
volume.
The Mute function is cancelled when
the AV receiver is set to Standby.
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Standby
Phones
Notes:
• Always turn down the volume before connecting your
headphones.
• The speakers are turned off while the headphones plug
is inserted in the Phones jack. (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, Direct, or Pure Audio. When you disconnect
the headphones, the previous listening mode is
resumed.
• Only the Stereo, Direct, Pure Audio, and Mono listening modes can be used with headphones. (The listening modes available also depends on the currently
selected input source.)
• When the multichannel input is used, only the front
left and right audio can be heard in the headphones.
On the DTR-6.5, when the Stereo or Mono listening
mode is selected, audio is downmixed for a good
sound.
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Displaying Source Information
You can display various information about the current
input source as follows.
+10
0
Clear
--/--Input Selector
Macro
1
2
3
Zone 2
Remote Mode
Receiver
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Tape
TV
Dimmer
TV
Input
Sleep
To
pM
Men
u
en u
+
CH
VOL
Enter
Disc
Ex
Prev
CH
Display
Re
it
turn
Gu
ide
S etu
p
Display
Muting
Rec
Receiver
Random
Press the [Receiver] button, and
then press the [Display] button
repeatedly to cycle through the
available information.
Display
The following information can typically be displayed for
input sources.
Input source &
volume
Signal format*
or sampling
frequency
Input source &
listening mode
*If the input signal is analog, no format information 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.
Interpreting Surround Channel Values
A
B C
A: The number of front channels (3 means front left,
front right, and center).
B: The number of surround channels (2 means surround
left and surround right). If there’s surround back
channel information, this will be 3.
C: LFE channel for subwoofer (1 means yes).
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■ Manual Tuning Mode
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.
1
Press the [Tuning Mode] button
so that the AUTO indicator disappears from the display.
2
Press and hold the Tuning Up or
Down [ ]/[ ] button.
The frequency stops changing when
you release the button.
Press the buttons repeatedly to change
the frequency one step at a time.
Listening to the Radio
1
Use the [TUNER] input selector
button to select either AM or FM.
In this example, FM has been selected.
Band
Frequency
(Actual display depends on country.)
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.
Tuning into Radio Stations
1
2
Zone 2
Standby
■ Auto Tuning Mode
1
Press the [Tuning Mode] button
so that the AUTO indicator
appears on the display.
2
Press the Tuning Up or Down [ ]/
[ ] button.
Searching stops when a station is
found.
When tuned into a station, the TUNED indicator
appears. When tuned into a stereo FM station, the FM
STEREO indicator appears on the display, as shown.
TUNED
AUTO
FM STEREO
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The American model changes FM frequency in 0.2 MHz
steps, 10 kHz steps for AM. For other models it’s
0.05 MHz steps for FM and 9 kHz steps for AM.
In Manual Tuning mode, FM stations will be in mono.
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Presetting Radio Stations
2, 4
Deleting Presets
3
2
Zone 2
Zone 2
Standby
Standby
You can store up to 40 of your favorite radio stations as
presets.
1
Tune into the station that you
want to store as a preset.
2
Press the [Memory] button.
The MEMORY indicator appears and
the preset number flashes.
3
While the MEMORY indicator is
displayed (about 8 seconds), use
the Preset [ ]/[ ] buttons to
select a preset from 1 through 40.
In this example, preset #3 is selected.
1
Select the preset that you want to
delete.
See the previous section.
2
While holding down the [Memory] button, press the
[Tuning MODE] button.
The selected preset is deleted and its
number disappears from the display.
Displaying Radio Information
2
Zone 2
Standby
4
Press the [Memory] button again
to store the station.
The station is stored and the preset
number stops flashing.
Repeat this procedure for all your
favorite radio stations.
Selecting Preset Stations
1
Use the [TUNER] input selector
button to select either AM or FM.
1
Press the [Display] button
repeatedly to cycle through the
available information.
Band, preset # &
frequency
Listening mode
2
Use the Preset [ ]/[ ] buttons,
or the remote controller’s CH [+/
–] button to select a preset.
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Basic Operation—Continued
Selecting Listening Modes
See “About the Listening Modes” on page 60 for
detailed information about the listening modes.
Selecting with the Remote Controller
RC-585M
Display
Muting
Rec
• The Dolby Digital and DTS listening modes
can only be selected if your DVD player is
connected to the AV receiver with a digital
audio connection (coaxial or optical).
• Listening mode availability depends on the
format of the current input signal.
Random
Audio
Subtitle
Angle
Last Memory
Surround
Surround
All ST
THX
Stereo
Repeat
A-B
Search
Memory
Pure A
Pure A
Direct
DSP
Direct
Test Tone
CH SEL
Level-
Level+
L Night
Re-EQ
DSP
All ST
THX
Stereo
DSP
DSP
Open/Close Video Off
RC-585M
Selecting on the AV receiver
RC-586M
Rec
Stereo
All ST
Surround
Pure A
Zone 2
Random
Audio
Subtitle
Surround
All ST
Angle
Last Memory
Stereo
Repeat
A-B
Search
Pure A
Direct
DSP
Test Tone
CH SEL
Level-
Level+
L Night
Cine Fltr
Stereo
Memory
DSP
Standby
DSP
DSP
Open/Close Video Off
Direct
RC-586M
Pure Audio
indicator
Listening Mode
■ [Surrond] button
This button selects the Dolby Digital, Pro Logic IIx,
Neo:6, DTS, and other listening modes.
■ [Stereo] button
This button selects the Stereo listening mode.
■ [All ST] button
This button selects the All Ch Stereo listening mode.
■ Listening Mode [ ] [ ] buttons
These buttons select all the listening modes that can
be used with the current input source.
Modes can be selected in the following order,
depending on the input signal format:
Pure Audio ➔ Direct ➔ Mono ➔ Stereo ➔ Surround
(e.g., PLIIx, Neo:6, Dolby D EX, DTS/DTS 96/24,
DTS-ES, and so on) ➔ Onkyo original DSP
■ [THX] button (DTR-6.5 only)
This button selects the THX listening modes.
■ [Stereo] button
This button selects the Stereo listening mode.
■ [Pure A] button
This button selects the Pure Audio listening mode.
When this mode is selected, the Pure Audio indicator
lights up, the AV receiver outputs no video signals,
and its display is turned off.
■ [Direct] button
This button selects the Direct listening mode.
■ [ DSP] & [DSP ] buttons
These buttons select the Onkyo original DSP modes.
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The following table lists all the listening modes and shows which modes can be selected for each input signal format.
Input signal format
Listening mode
Analog,
PCM*1
Dolby D
*/2
Source CD, TV, LD,
VHS, MD,
turntable,
radio,
cassette,
DTV, etc.
2/0
DTS/DTS 96/24*2
1/0,1+1 Other
*/2
DVD, DTV, etc.
2/0
1/0,
1+1
Other
DTS- Multich
ES
DVD, LD, CD, etc.
DVD
Pure Audio
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Direct
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
Stereo
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍*3
Mono
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍*3
PLIIx Movie/Music/Game *4
❍
❍
❍
Neo:6 Cinema
❍
❍
❍
Neo:6 Music *5
❍
❍
❍
❍*8
Dolby D
❍
Dolby D EX *6
❍
Dolby D+PLIIx Movie *7
❍
Dolby D+PLIIx Music *6
❍
❍
❍
DTS, DTS 96/24
❍
DTS+Neo:6 *6
❍
DTS+Dolby EX *6
❍
DTS+PLIIx Movie *7, Music *6
❍
DTS-ES Discrete *6
Discrete
DTS-ES Matrix *6
Matrix
❍
Multich
❍*3
Multich+Dolby EX *6
❍*3
Multich+PLIIx Movie *7, Music *6
*9 PLIIx+THX Cinema *4
❍
*9 Neo:6+THX Cinema
❍
❍
*9 THX Cinema
❍
*9 THX SurrEX *6
❍
*9 PLIIx+THX Cinema *7
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍*8
❍*3
❍
❍*3
❍
❍*3
❍
*9 DTS+Neo:6+THX Cinema *6
❍
*9 DTS-ES+THX Cinema *6
Mono Movie
Enhance
Orchestra
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍*3
All Ch Stereo
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍*3
Full Mono
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍*3
Theater-Dimensional
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍
❍*3
Unplugged
Studio-Mix
TV Logic
1. In the Pure Audio and Direct listening modes, PCM signals at 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, and 48 kHz are processed at 64 kHz, 88.2 kHz, and 96 kHz respectively. 96 kHz signals are processed at 48 kHz for all listening modes other than Pure Audio, Direct, and Stereo.
2. In the Pure Audio, Direct, Stereo, and DTS 96/24 listening modes, signals are processed as DTS 96/24. Everything else processed as DTS.
3. DTR-6.5 only.
4. If the SurrBack parameter is set to “None,” or the Zone 2 speakers are being used, PLII is used.
5. Available only when Surround speakers are connected.
6. Cannot be selected if the SurrBack parameter is set to “None” or the Zone 2 speakers are being used.
7. Cannot select if the SurrBack ch setting is not set to “2ch,” or the Zone 2 speakers are being used.
8. If the SurrBack setting is set to “None,” or the Zone 2 speakers are being used, DTS is used.
9. DTR-6.5 only.
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About the Listening Modes
Dolby Pro Logic II Music
With its built-in surround-sound decoders and DSP programs, the AV receiver can transform your home listening room into a movie theater or concert hall.
If you connect two surround back speakers (i.e., left and
right), both will be used for 6.1-channel surround playback.
Use this mode to add 5.1 surround to stereo sources such
as music CDs and DVDs.
The AV receiver’s surround indicators show which
speakers are active in each listening mode.
Front left
Center
Front right
Subwoofer
Surround
left
Surround
back left/
right
Surround
right
Dolby Pro Logic IIx
If you’ve connected surround back speakers to the AV
receiver, Dolby Pro Logic IIx allows you to enjoy 7.1channel playback from 2-channel or 5.1-channel music
or movies. Dolby Pro Logic IIx provides a well defined,
natural multichannel surround-sound experience, putting the listener in a seamless envelope of sound. The
added drama and natural sound enhance the listening
experience with CDs, movies, and games.
Dolby Pro Logic IIx has three modes of operation:
Movie mode for movies, Music mode for listening to
music, and Game mode for use with games consoles
with 2-channel stereo outputs.
Dolby Digital
Direct
The selected input source is output by the front left and
right speakers only, with minimal processing for a pure
sound.
With this format you can experience the
same superb sound that you get at a movie
theater or concert hall. Use this mode with DVDs that
bear the Dolby Digital logo.
Pure Audio
Dolby Digital EX
As an extension of Direct mode, this mode turns off the
display, turns off the power to the video circuitry, and
minimizes any other possible noise sources, providing a
high fidelity sound that’s true to the original. (Since the
power to the video circuitry is turned off, no video signals are output while this mode is selected.)
Stereo
The selected input source is processed as a stereo signal
and output by the front left and right speakers and the
subwoofer.
Mono
or
Use this mode when watching an old movie with a mono
soundtrack, or to select multilingual soundtracks
recorded in the left and right channels of some movies.
It can also be used when playing a DVD or other source
with multiplexed audio, such as a karaoke DVD.
T-D (Theater-Dimensional)
or
With this mode you can enjoy a virtual 5.1 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.
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With an added surround-back channel,
this 6.1 channel format offers a heightened
sense of space, for added realism with moving sounds,
such as those that rotate 360 degrees or pass overhead.
Dolby Digital EX material can also be played on conventional 5.1 channel systems, in which case the surroundback channel audio is split between the surround left and
right channels. Use this mode with DVDs that have a
5.1-channel soundtrack and bear the Dolby Digital logo.
DTS
This digital surround format offers a surround sound experience with exceptional
fidelity. It uses compressed digital audio
data, with six discrete channels (5.1), and the
ability to handle large amounts of audio data while
remaining faithful to the original. DTS provides very
high-quality sound. You’ll need a DTS compatible DVD
player in order to enjoy DTS material. Use this mode
with DVDs, LDs, or CDs that bear the DTS logo.
DTS 96/24
This mode provides higher audio quality.
Use it with CDs, DVDs, and LDs that bear
the DTS 96/24 logo.
Dolby Pro Logic II Movie
DTS-ES Discrete
Use this mode with DVDs and videos that bear the Dolby Surround
logo or TV programs that feature Dolby Surround. You
can also use this mode with stereo movies or TV programs and the AV receiver will create a 5.1 surround mix
from the 2-channel stereo.
This is DTS with an added surround back
channel for 6.1 surround sound. Use it with
program material recorded in DTS 6.1 format. With the
additional surround back channel, this format offers 6.1
fully independent digital channels, providing a realistic
sense of movement and space. Use it with program material recorded in DTS 6.1, such as CDs, DVDs, or LDs
that bear the DTS-ES logo.
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Basic Operation—Continued
Onkyo Original DSP Modes
DTS-ES Matrix
This is DTS with an added surround back
channel for 6.1 surround sound. Use it to
provide 6.1 channel surround playback
with program material recorded in DTS 5.1
format. Since DTS 5.1 program material
contains surround back channel information, all channels can be reconstructed for 6.1-channel
playback. Use this mode with CDs, DVDs, or LDs that
bear the DTS-ES or DTS logo.
Neo:6
This mode provides 6.1-channel playback from 2-channel sources. It offers six full-bandwidth channels with
excellent separation. There are two modes of operation:
Cinema mode for movies, and Music mode for listening
to music.
Cinema mode simulates the realistic sense of movement
that you get with 6.1-channel surround sound sources.
Use this mode with videos, DVDs, and TV programs that
feature stereo sound.
Music mode uses the surround channels to simulate a
natural sound field that cannot be produced with conventional stereo. Use this mode with stereo material such as
music CDs.
THX Cinema (DTR-6.5 only)
or
Orchestra
or
Suitable for classical or operatic music. The center
speaker is turned off and the surround channels are
emphasized in order to widen the stereo image. In addition, it simulates the natural reverberation of a large hall.
Unplugged
Suitable for acoustic instrument sounds, vocals, and jazz
music. By emphasizing the front stereo image, it simulates the stage-front experience.
Studio-Mix
Suitable for rock and 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.
TV Logic
Adds realistic acoustics to TV programs produced in a
TV studio. In addition, it adds surround effects to the
entire sound and adds clarity to voices.
Enhance
This mode is ideal for enjoying music programs or TV
sports programs. It provides a natural surround sound
with movement in the surround back speakers, creating
a sound with a live feeling to it.
THX Ltd, founded by George Lucas, develops quality
assurance programs for ensuring that movies are reproduced in movie theaters and home theaters just as the
director intended. THX technology is used to eliminate
spatial errors that can occur when a movie soundtrack is
adapted for use in smaller home theaters, ensuring faithful reproduction.
This mode is ideal for watching a movie with a
soundtrack recorded and edited especially for playback
in the spaciousness of a typical movie theater.
Ideal for background music. The front, surround, and
surround back channels create a stereo image that fills
the entire listening area.
THX Surround EX (DTR-6.5 only)
Full Mono
This format was jointly developed by Dolby Laboratories and THX Ltd. especially for home theater use. It’s
based on Dolby Digital EX technology. It adds an extra
surround channel to the existing front left, front right,
center, surround left, surround right, and LFE (subwoofer) channels, making a total of 6.1 channels. (For
best results with DVDs that feature THX Surround EX,
use a THX-certified THX speaker system.)
Mono Movie
This mode is suitable for use with old movies and other
mono sound sources. The center speaker outputs the
sound as it is, while reverb is applied to the sound output
by the other speakers, giving presence to even mono
material.
All Ch Stereo
In this mode, all speakers output mono audio, so the
music sounds the same regardless of where you are.
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Advanced Operation
4
5
6
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
0
Clear
TV VOL
Phono
+10
Using the Re-EQ Function
(DTR-6.5 only)
-
With the Re-EQ function, you can correct a soundtrack
whose high-frequency content is too harsh, making it
more suitable for home theater viewing. This function
can be used with the following listening modes: Dolby
Digital, Dolby Digital EX, Dolby Pro Logic IIx Movie,
DTS, DTS-ES, DTS Neo:6 Cinema, DTS 96/24,
DTS+Neo:6, and DTS+Dolby EX.
--/--Input Selector
Macro
1
2
3
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Zone 2
Remote Mode
Receiver
Tape
TV
Dimmer
Sleep
TV
Input
Rec
Audio
Subtitle
Angle
Last Memory
Surround
All ST
THX
Stereo
Memory
Repeat
A-B
Search
Pure A
Direct
DSP
Test Tone
CH SEL
Level-
Level+
L Night
Re-EQ
1
Receiver
DSP
Press the [Receiver] button followed by the [Re-EQ] button.
Press the button again to turn off the
Re-EQ function.
Open/Close Video Off
Re-EQ
Re-EQ
L Night
RC-585M
Audio
Subtitle
Surround
All ST
Angle
Notes:
• By default, the Re-EQ function is off.
Last Memory
Stereo
Repeat
A-B
Search
Pure A
Direct
DSP
Memory
Test Tone
CH SEL
Level-
Level+
L Night
Cine Fltr
DSP
Open/Close Video Off
Cine Fltr
RC-586M
(RC-570M, RC-591M)
Using the Late Night Function
(Dolby Digital only)
With the Late Night function, you can 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.
1
Receiver
L Night
Press the [Receiver] button, and
then press the [L NIGHT] button
repeatedly to select:
Off: Late Night function off.
Low: Small reduction in dynamic
range.
High: Big reduction in dynamic
range.
Notes:
• The effect of the Late Night function depends on the
Dolby Digital material that you are playing, and with
some material there will be little or no effect.
• The Late Night function is set to Off when the AV
receiver is set to Standby.
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Using the CinemaFILTER
(DTR-5.5 only)
With the CinemaFILTER, you can soften overly bright
movie soundtracks, which are typically mixed for reproduction in a movie theater.
CinemaFILTER can be used with the following listening
modes: Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital EX, Dolby Pro
Logic IIx Movie, DTS, DTS-ES, DTS Neo:6 Cinema,
DTS 96/24, DTS+Neo:6, and DTS+Dolby EX.
1
Receiver
Cine Fltr
Press the [Receiver] button, and
then press the [Cine Fltr] button
repeatedly to select:
On: CinemaFILTER on.
Off: CinemaFILTER off.
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Advanced Operation—Continued
Using the DVD Analog Multichannel
Input
On
Standby
V1
V2
TV
I
Multi CH
1
2
3
+
V4
Multi CH
DVD
T V CH
4
5
6
-
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
0
Clear
TV VOL
Phono
+10
The DVD analog multichannel input is for connecting
components with a 5.1-channel analog audio output,
such as a DVD player or MPEG decoder.
See “Using a Multichannel Connection” on page 29 for
connection information.
Input
V3
1
--/--Input Selector
Macro
1
2
3
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Zone 2
Receiver
Remote Mode
Receiver
Tape
TV
Dimmer
Press the [Receiver] button followed by the [Multi CH] button so
that “MCH” appears on the display.
Multi CH
Sleep
TV
Input
Rec
Audio
Subtitle
Angle
Surround
All ST
THX
Stereo
Memory
Repeat
A-B
Search
Pure A
Direct
DSP
Test Tone
CH SEL
Last Memory
DSP
CH SEL
Level-
Level+
L Night
Re-EQ
Open/Close Video Off
Level – +
RC-585M
Adjusting Individual Speaker Levels
You can adjust the level of individual speakers during
playback. These adjustments are temporary and will be
cancelled when the AV receiver is set to Standby.
1
Receiver
CH SEL
Level-
Level+
Press the [Receiver] button, use
the [CH SEL] button to select
each speaker, and use the
[Level–] and [Level+] buttons to
adjust the volume.
Speakers are selected in the following
order: Front Left → Center → Front
Right → Surr Right → Surr Back
Right → Surr Back Left → Surr left →
Subwoofer.
You can adjust the volume of each
speaker from –12 dB to +12 dB
(–15 dB to +12 dB for the subwoofer).
The name of the currently selected
speaker and its volume appear on the
display, as shown.
Notes:
• You cannot use this function while the AV receiver is
muted.
• Speakers that are set to No or None in the Speaker
Configuration cannot be adjusted.
Notes:
• To use the bass and treble functions with the DVD
analog multichannel input, select the Multich listening
mode first.
Adjusting Individual Speaker Levels
You can adjust the level of individual speakers while
using the DVD analog multichannel input.
1
CH SEL
Level-
Level+
Use the remote controller’s [CH
SEL] button to select each
speaker, and then use the
[Level–] and [Level+] buttons to
adjust the volume.
The level can be adjusted from –12 to
+12 dB (–30 to +12 dB for the subwoofer).
Notes:
• These speaker level settings are completely independent of those explained on pages 50 and left column.
• While the DVD analog multichannel input is selected,
you can only select the Direct, Pure Audio, or Multich
listening mode. If you select the DVD analog multichannel input while using another listening mode, that
listening mode will be cancelled.
• While the DVD analog multichannel input is selected,
the Automatic Speaker Setup and Speaker Configuration settings on page 46 are ignored, and signals from
the multichannel input are fed to the front left, front
right, center, surround left, and surround right speakers, and subwoofer regardless of those settings.
• On the DTR-6.5, you can select the listening modes as
explained on page 59. In addition, sound is output by
the surround back speakers.
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Recording
This section explains how to record the current input
source, how to record one input source while enjoying
another, and how to dub audio onto your video recordings.
Unless you have the full consent of the copyright
holder, copyright laws prohibit using your recordings
for anything other than personal enjoyment!
Notes:
• The surround sound and DSP listening modes cannot
be recorded.
• Copy-protected DVDs cannot be recorded.
• You cannot record from the DVD analog multichannel
input.
• Various restrictions apply to digital recording. Refer to
the manuals supplied with your digital recording
equipment for more details.
• Digital input signals are output by only the digital outputs, and analog input signals are output by only the
analog outputs. There is no internal conversion from
digital to analog or vice versa.
• DTS signals will be recorded as noise, so don’t
attempt analog recording of DTS CDs or LDs.
2
Press the [Rec Out] button, and
then use the Controller [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “Rec Sel :
Source.”
The current input source can be
recorded by the recorder connected to
the TAPE OUT.
3
Start recording on the recorder.
See your recorder’s manual for more
information.
4
Start playback on the source
component.
If you select another input source during recording, that input source will be
recorded.
Recording Audio & Watching a Separate
AV Source at the Same Time
While recording audio, you can watch a completely separate AV Source at the same time. For example, you
could watch a DVD while recording a CD to tape.
Rec Out
1
Press the [Rec Out] button.
2
Within five seconds, use the
Controller [ ]/[ ] buttons to
select the audio input source that
you want to record (you cannot
select TAPE).
The name of the input source selected
for recording appears on the display.
The specified input source can now be
recorded by the recorder connected to
the TAPE OUT.
3
Start recording on the recorder.
See your recorder’s manual for more
information.
4
Start playback on the audio
source component.
Zone 2
Standby
Input Selector
Controller
Recording Audio
You can record the current audio source as follows.
1
Use the input selector buttons to
select the audio component that
you want to record.
Notes:
• Since the Zone 2 function and the REC OUT outputs
use the same circuitry, you cannot record from a separate source and use Zone 2 at the same time.
• To turn off the REC OUT output (i.e., the TAPE
OUT), press the [Rec Out] button, and then use the
Controller [ ] [ ] buttons to select “OFF.”
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AV Recording
Recording Separate AV Sources
You can record AV input sources to an AV recording
component (VCR, etc) connected to the VIDEO 1 OUT
or VIDEO 2 OUT. See pages 27–38 for information on
connecting components.
Here you can record audio and video from completely
separate sources, allowing you to overdub audio onto
your video recordings. This function takes advantage of
the fact that when an audio-only input source (i.e.,
TAPE, TUNER, or CD) is selected, the video input
source remains unchanged.
In the following example, audio from the CD player connected to the CD IN, and video from the camcorder connected to the VIDEO 4 INPUT VIDEO jack are recorded
by the VCR connected to the VIDEO 1 OUT jacks.
1
Zone 2
Standby
Camcorder
1
Use the input selector buttons to
select the AV component that
you want to record.
Audio signals from the selected input
source are output by the VIDEO 1 OUT
and VIDEO 2 OUT only.
You can watch the source while recording, and the AV receiver’s VOLUME
control has no effect on recording.
video signal
audio signal
IN4
RS232
IN3
IN2
IN1
DIGITAL
OUT
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
IN 2
COMPONENT VIDEO
IN 3
IN 2
VIDEO 3
IN
VIDEO 2
OUT
IN
VIDEO 1
OUT
IN
DVD
IN
MONITOR
OUT
PRE OUT
FRONT
V
SURR
3
Start playback on the source AV
component.
If you select another input source during recording, that input source will be
recorded.
CENTER SURR BACK
L
L
PB
S
R
PR
GND
Start recording on the AV component connected to the VIDEO 1
OUT or VIDEO 2 OUT.
OUT
Y
R
2
IN 1
OUT
IN 1
IN
IN
PHONO
CD
IN
OUT
IN
OUT
IN
IN
OUT
FRONT
SURR
SUB
WOOFER
CENTER
L
SUB
WOOFER
R
ZONE 2
OUT
L
REMOTE
CONTROL
R
CD player
TAPE
VIDEO 3
VIDEO 2
VIDEO 1
DVD
SUB
WOOFER
VCR
1
Prepare the camcorder and CD player for
playback.
2
Prepare the VCR for recording.
3
Press the [VIDEO 4] input selector button.
4
Press the [CD] input selector button.
This selects the CD player as the audio source, but
leaves the camcorder as the video source.
5
Start recording on the VCR and start playback on the camcorder and CD player.
The video from the camcorder and the audio from
the CD player are recorded by the VCR.
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Advanced Setup
Decoder Setup
Here are surround-related settings for PCM, Dolby Digital, multichannel, and other input signal formats.
1
Receiver
2
Enter
Enter
3
Enter
Press the [Receiver] button followed by the [Setup] button.
The main menu appears onscreen.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “3. Decoder
Setup,” and then press [Enter].
The Surround Setup menu appears.
Menu
-----------------------Basic
Setup Setup
3.Decorder
1.Initial
Setup
-----------------------2.Speaker
Setup
1.Analog/PCM
2.Dolby Digital
Advanced
Setup
3.DTS
3.Surround
4.D.F.2ch Setup
4.Audio
Adjust
5.Multiplex
5.Listening
Mode Preset
6.Multich Input
6.Preference
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select the menu items,
and then press [Enter].
Enter
5
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select the settings,
and use the Left and Right [ ]/
[ ] buttons to set them.
The settings are explained below.
When you’ve finished, press the
[Setup] button.
The setup menu closes.
Note:
• This procedure can also be performed on the AV
receiver by using its [Setup] button, arrow buttons, and
[Enter] button.
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3-1. Analog/PCM
These settings apply to PCM input signals from CD
players and so on, and analog signals from cassette players, turntables, and so on.
■ a. Input Channel (Mono)
This setting determines which channel is output when
the Mono listening mode is used with a stereo source.
L+R: Both the left and right channels are output
(default).
Left: Only the left channel is output.
Right: Only the right channel is output.
■ b. Surround Mode
This setting determines the surround mode for analog
and PCM input signals. This setting is unavailable if no
center and surround speakers are connected.
You can select PLIIx Movie (default), PLIIx Music,
PLIIx Game, Neo:6 Cinema, or Neo:6 Music.
■ c. THX Mode (DTR-6.5 only)
This setting determines which surround mode is used
when THX is used with analog and PCM input signals.
This setting is unavailable if no surround speakers are
connected.
You can select either PLIIx+THX (default) or
Neo:6+THX.
If you’re not using any surround back speakers, “PLIIx”
will be “PLII.”
If you’re not using any surround speakers, Neo:6 Music
cannot be selected.
Enter
4
• The Surround Mode and SurrBack Mode settings can
also be changed by using the remote controller’s
[SURR] button.
• The THX Mode settings can also be changed by using
the remote controller’s [THX] button (DTR-6.5 only).
3-2. Dolby Digital
These settings apply to Dolby Digital input signals.
■ a. LFE Level
With this setting, you can set the level of the LFE (Low
Frequency Effects) channel for Dolby Digital sources to
–∞, –10 dB, or 0 dB (default).
If you find that the low-frequency effects are too loud
when playing Dolby Digital sources, set this to –10 dB
or –∞ dB.
■ b. Dolby EX
This setting determines how Dolby Digital EX signals
are handled. This setting is unavailable if no surround
back speakers are connected.
Auto: If the source signal contains a Dolby Digital
EX flag, the Dolby Digital EX listening mode
is used.
Manual: Depends on the c. SurrBack Mode setting and
d. THX Mode setting.
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■ c. SurrBack Mode
This setting determines which surround mode is used for
Dolby Digital input signals that don’t contain a Dolby
Digital EX flag, or when the b. Dolby EX setting is set to
Manual. This setting is unavailable if no surround back
speakers are connected.
You can select PLIIx Movie (default), PLIIx Music, or
Dolby D, or Dolby D EX.
• If only one surround back speaker is connected, PLIIx
Movie is unavailable.
■ d. THX Mode (DTR-6.5 only)
This setting determines which surround mode is used
when THX is used with Dolby Digital input signals. This
setting is unavailable if no surround back speakers are
connected.
You can select THX SurrEX (default), PLIIx+THX, or
THX Cinema.
• If only one surround back speaker is connected,
PLIIx+THX is unavailable.
3-3. DTS
These settings apply to DTS input signals.
■ a. LFE Level
With this setting you can set the level of the LFE (Low
Frequency Effects) channel for DTS sources to –∞,
–10 dB, or 0 dB (default).
If you find that the low-frequency effects are too loud
when playing DTS sources, set this to –10 dB or –∞ dB.
■ b. SurrBack Mode
This setting determines which surround mode is used for
DTS input signals that are not DTS-ES. (The handling of
DTS-ES input signals is determined automatically.) This
setting is unavailable if no surround back speakers are
connected.
You can select DTS+Neo:6 (default), Dolby EX, PLIIx
Movie, PLIIx Music, or DTS.
• If only one surround back speaker is connected, PLIIx
Movie is unavailable.
■ c. THX Mode (DTR-6.5 only)
This setting determines which surround mode is used
when THX is used with DTS input signals. This setting
is unavailable if no surround back speakers are connected.
You can select THX SurrEX, Neo:6+THX (default),
PLIIx+THX, or THX Cinema.
• If only one surround back speaker is connected,
PLIIx+THX is unavailable.
3-4. D.F. 2ch
These settings apply to digital input signals, Dolby Digital and so on, with only 2 channels (2/0).
■ a. Input Channel (Mono)
This setting determines which channel is output when
the Mono listening mode is used with a stereo source.
L+R: Both the left and right channels are output
(default).
Left: Only the left channel is output.
Right: Only the right channel is output.
■ b. Surround Mode
This setting determines the default surround mode for
digital input signals, Dolby Digital and so on, with only
2 channels (2/0). This setting is unavailable if no center
and surround speakers are connected.
You can select PLIIx Movie (default), PLIIx Music,
PLIIx Game, Neo:6 Cinema, or Neo:6 Music.
If you’re not using any surround back speakers, “PLIIx”
will be “PLII.”
If you’re not using any surround speakers, Neo:6 Music
cannot be selected.
3-5. Multiplex
This setting applies to multiplex input signals.
■ a. Input Channel
This setting determines which channel is output from a
stereo multiplex source. Use it to select audio channels
or languages with multiplex sources, multilanguage TV
broadcasts, and so on.
Main: The main channel is output (default).
Sub: The sub channel is output.
Main/Sub:Both the main and sub channels are output.
3-6. Multichannel Input
These settings apply to the analog multichannel input.
■ a. Subwoofer Sensitivity
When using the DVD analog multichannel input, the
loudness of the connected subwoofer also depends on
the component that’s connected to that input. If you find
that it’s too loud, set this to 0 dB, +5 dB, +10 dB, or
+15 dB. The default setting is 0 dB.
■ b. SurrBack Mode (DTR-6.5 only)
If you’re using surround back speakers, this setting
determines which surround mode is used with analog
multichannel input signals. This setting is unavailable if
no surround back speakers are connected.
You can select Dolby EX, PLIIx Movie (default), PLIIx
Music, or Multich (straight 5.1-channel playback).
• If only one surround back speaker is connected, PLIIx
Movie is unavailable.
■ c. THX Mode (DTR-6.5 only)
This setting determines which surround mode is used
when THX is used with analog multichannel input signals. This setting is unavailable if no surround back
speakers are connected.
You can select THX SurrEX (default), PLIIx+THX, or
THX Cinema.
• If only one surround back speaker is connected,
PLIIx+THX is unavailable.
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Audio Adjust Functions
Here you can set listening mode-related settings and
functions.
1
Receiver
2
Enter
Press the [Receiver] button followed by the [Setup] button.
The main menu appears onscreen.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “4. Audio
Adjust,” and then press [Enter].
The Audio Adjust menu appears.
Enter
3
Enter
Enter
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select menu items,
and then press [Enter].
Menu
-----------------------Basic Setup
4.Audio Adjust
1.Initial
Setup
-----------------------2.Speaker
Setup
1.Mono
2.PL x/Neo:6
Advanced
Setup
3.Enhance
3.Surround
Setup
4.Orchestra
4.Audio
Adjust
5.Unplugged
5.Listening
Mode Preset
6.Studio-Mix
6.Preference
7.TV Logic
8.Mono Movie
9.Theater-Dimensional
4
Enter
5
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select the settings,
and use the Left and Right [ ]/
[ ] buttons to set them.
The settings are explained below.
When you’ve finished, press the
[Setup] button.
The setup menu closes.
Note:
• This procedure can also be performed on the AV
receiver by using its [Setup] button, arrow buttons, and
[Enter] button.
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4-1. Mono
■ a. Output Channel
This setting determines which speakers are used to output mono audio when the Mono listening mode is used.
L/R: Mono audio is output from the front left and
right speakers (default).
Center: Mono audio is output from the center speaker.
■ b. Academy (DTR-6.5 only)
Early movies had a mono soundtrack that suffered from
audible hiss and a poor high-frequency response due to
the quality of the film. To improve matters, the high-frequencies were boosted before being recorded onto film,
and then attenuated to their original levels during playback in the movie theater. Some old movies have been
transferred to newer distribution media without the high
frequencies being attenuated, creating a harsh sound
with pronounced hiss. With the Academy Filter, which is
based on the playback techniques used in those days, you
can attenuate those high-frequencies to their original levels and enjoy the movie as it was intended to be heard.
On: Academy Filter on.
Off: Academy Filter off (default).
4-2. PLIIx/Neo:6
If no surround back speakers are connected, this item
will be “PLII/Neo:6” instead of “PLIIx/Neo:6.”
■ a. Panorama
With this function, you can broaden the width of the
front stereo image when using the Dolby Pro Logic IIx
Music listening mode.
On: Panorama function on.
Off: Panorama function off (default).
■ b. Dimension
With this setting, you can move the sound field forward
or backward when using the Dolby Pro Logic IIx Music
listening mode. The default setting is 3. Higher settings
move the sound field forward. Lower settings move it
backward.
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.
of the center channel sound. It can be adjusted from 0 to
7 (default is 3).
■ d. Center Image
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. It can be adjusted from 0 to 5 (default
is 3).
When set to 0, the front left and right channel output is
attenuated by half (–6 dB), giving the impression that the
sound is located centrally. This setting works well when
the listening position is considerably off center. When
set to 5, the front left and right channels are not attenuated, maintaining the original stereo balance.
4-3. Enhance, 4-4. Orchestra, 4-5.
Unplugged, 4-6. Studio-Mix, 4-7. TV Logic
& 4-8. Mono Movie
These settings apply to the Onkyo original DSP listening
modes.
■ a. Front Effect
With this setting, you can turn off the reverb for the front
speakers. This is useful when playing live material that
already contains live reverberation and the reverb added
by the DSP listening mode simply blurs the original
sound. When the Front Effect is turned off, no reverb is
added to the front left, right, and center speakers and the
original reverberation can be heard as it is.
On: Front Effect on (default).
Off: Front Effect off.
■ b. Reverb Level
With this setting, you can adjust the amount of reverb to
suit your listening environment, source material, and so
on. The available settings are: Low, Middle (default),
and High.
■ c. Reverb Time
With this setting, you can adjust the reverb time to suit
your listening environment, source material, and so on.
The available settings are: Short, Middle (default), and
Long.
■ c. Center Width
With this function, you can adjust the width of the sound
from the center speaker when using the Dolby Pro Logic
IIx Music listening mode. If you’re using a center
speaker, with Dolby Pro Logic IIx, the center channel
sound is output by 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
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4-9. Theater-Dimensional
These settings apply to the Theater-Dimensional listening mode.
■ a. Listening Angle
With this setting, you can specify the angle of the front
left and right speakers relative to the listening position.
Processing for the Theater-Dimensional listening mode
is based on this setting. 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
Assigning Listening Modes to Input
Sources
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.
1
Receiver
Front right speaker
Press the [Receiver] button followed by the [Setup] button.
The main menu appears onscreen.
20/40˚
20º: Select if the listening angle is 20 degrees.
40º: Select if the listening angle is 40 degrees
(default).
■ b. Center
With this setting, you can specify whether or not you’re
using a center speaker. If you are, the center channel
sound will be output by the center speaker when using
the Theater-Dimensional listening mode. This reduces
the workload of the front left and right speakers, and creates a more articulate sound space. In this case, the settings for the distance between the listening position and
each speaker, and the level of each speaker are important, but making these settings is a breeze with the Automatic Speaker Setup function (see page 39).
On: Select if using a center speaker.
Off: Select if not using a center speaker (default).
■ c. Front Expand
With the Front Expander function, you can broaden the
width of the front stereo image. This can be useful with
narrow listening angles of 20 degrees or less.
On: Front Expander function on.
Off: Front Expander function off (default).
■ d. Dialog Enhance
With this function, you can improve the clarity of the
center channel, which usually contains dialog.
On: Dialog Enhance function on.
Off: Dialog Enhance function off (default).
■ e. Virtual Surr Level
With this setting, you can adjust the level of virtual surround sound from –3 dB to +3 dB (default is 0 dB). If the
clarity is poor, or the effect sounds unnatural, you may
be able to improve it by lowering this setting.
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2
Enter
Enter
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “5. Listening
Mode Preset,” and then press
[Enter].
The Listening Mode Preset menu
appears.
Menu
-----------------------Basic Setup
5.Listening Mode Preset
1.Initial
Setup
-----------------------2.Speaker
Setup
1.DVD/MULTICH
2.VIDEO1
Advanced
Setup
3.VIDEO2
3.Surround
4.VIDEO3 Setup
4.Audio
Adjust
5.VIDEO4
5.Listening
Mode Preset
6.TAPE
6.Preference
7.TUNER
8.CD
9.PHONO
3
Enter
Enter
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select the input selector that you want to set, and then
press [Enter].
5-1.ListeningModePreset
----- DVD/MULTICH -----a.Ana/PCM :Last Valid
b.Dolby D :Last Valid
c.DTS
:Last Valid
d.D.F.2ch :Last Valid
e.D.F.Mono:Last Valid
f.Multiplex
:Last Valid
g.Multich :Last Valid
For input selectors that have no digital
input jacks, only “a. Analog” will be
available.
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4
Enter
5
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select the signal format that you want to set, and
then use the Left and Right [ ]/
[ ] buttons to select a listening
mode.
Only listening modes that can be used
with each input signal format can be
selected.
For “Surround” or “THX,” the listening
mode specified on pages 66, 67 will be
used.
The Last Valid option means that the
listening mode selected last will be
used.
a. Ana/PCM: With this setting, you
can specify the listening mode to be
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.
b. Dolby D: With this setting, you can
specify the listening mode to be used
when a Dolby Digital format digital
audio signal is played (DVD, etc).
c. DTS: With this setting, you can specify the listening mode to be used when
a DTS format digital audio signal is
played (DVD, LD, CD, etc).
d. D.F. 2ch: With this setting, you can
specify the listening mode to be used
when a 2-channel (2/0) digital audio
signal (Dolby Digital, DTS) is played
(DVD, etc).
e. D.F. Mono: With this setting, you
can specify the listening mode to be
used when a mono digital audio signal
is played (DVD, etc).
f. Multiplex: With this setting, you can
specify the listening mode to be used
when a multiplex audio signal is
played.
g. Multich: This setting is available
only when “5-1. DVD/MULTCH” is
selected. With this setting, you can
specify the listening mode to be used
when the DVD analog multichannel
input is used.
When you’ve finished, press the
[Setup] button.
The setup menu closes.
Setting Preferences
This section explains the items on the Preference menu.
1
Receiver
2
Enter
Enter
3
Enter
Press the [Receiver] button followed by the [Setup] button.
The main menu appears onscreen.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “6. Preference,”
and then press [Enter].
The Preference menu appears.
Menu
-----------------------Basic Setup
6.Preference
1.Initial
Setup
-----------------------2.Speaker
Setup
1.IntelliVolume
2.Volume Setup
Advanced
Setup
3.OSD Setup
3.Surround
Setup
4.Remote Setup
4.Audio
Adjust
5.Digital
Format
5.Listening Mode Preset
6.12V Trigger A Setup
6.Preference
7.12V Trigger B Setup
8.12V Trigger C Setup
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select menu items,
and then press [Enter].
Enter
4
Enter
5
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select the settings,
and use the Left and Right [ ]/
[ ] buttons to set them.
The settings are explained below.
When you’ve finished, press the
[Setup] button.
The setup menu closes.
Note:
• This procedure can also be performed on the AV
receiver by using its [Setup] button, arrow buttons, and
[Enter] button.
Note:
• This procedure can also be performed on the AV
receiver by using its [Setup] button, arrow buttons, and
[Enter] button.
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6-1. IntelliVolume
6-3. OSD Setup
With this preference, you can set the input level for each
input source. This is useful if some of your AV components are louder or quieter than others.
While this preference is shown onscreen, you can select
each input source and set the levels while listening to and
comparing them.
If a component is too loud compared to your other components, use the Left [ ] button to adjust the level. If it’s
too quiet, use the Right [ ] button.
• The level can be set from –12 dB to +12 dB.
■ a. Immediate Display
This preference determines whether or not actions, such
as selecting an input source, are displayed onscreen.
Normal: Actions displayed. Select this if you have a
standard 4:3 TV.
Wide: Actions displayed. Select this if you have a
widescreen 16:9 TV.
Off: Actions not displayed.
Even if this preference is set to Normal or Wide, actions
are not displayed on the TV or projector that’s connected
to the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT.
6-2. Volume Setup
■ a. Volume Display
With this preference, you can choose how the volume
level is displayed.
Absolute:Display range is MIN, 1 through 99, MAX.
Relative:Display range is –∞ dB, –81 dB, –80 dB
through +18 dB.
The absolute value 82 is equivalent to the relative value
0 dB.
■ b. Maximum Volume
With this preference, you can prevent the volume being
set too high by specifying a maximum volume level.
When the Volume Display preference is set to Absolute,
the range is from 50 to 99. When it’s set to Relative, the
range is –32 dB through +17 dB. To specify no maximum volume, select Off.
■ c. Power On Volume
With this preference, you can specify the volume setting
to be used each time the AV receiver is turned on.
When the a. Volume Display preference is set to Absolute, the range is MIN, 1 through 99, or MAX. When it’s
set to Relative, the range is –∞ dB, –81 dB through
+18 dB.
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 specified with the b. Maximum Volume setting.
■ d. Headphones Level
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. The headphone volume can be set between
–12 dB and +12 dB.
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■ b. Scan Mode
If the text in onscreen setup menus flickers due to compatibility with the connected display device (TV, projector, etc), set the Scan Mode to Non-Interlaced.
Interlaced:Default.
Non-Interlaced:Select if the text flickers.
• Depending on the display device, when Non-Interlaced is selected, the onscreen setup menus may not
appear. If this happens, use the AV receiver’s display
and repeat the procedure to revert to Interlaced.
6-4. Remote Setup
■ a. Remote ID
With this setting, you can change the AV Receiver’s
remote control ID. You may need to change this if the
remote controller’s control codes overlap with those of
another Integra component located in the same room.
• If you change the AV receiver’s remote control ID, be
sure to set the same ID on both the AV receiver and
remote controller (see right column). The default ID
for both is 1.
■ b. IR IN Position
When using a commercially available IR receiver, use
this setting to specify its location.
Main: Select if the IR receiver is located in the main
room.
Zone 2: Select if the IR receiver is located in, and will
be used to control Zone 2.
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Advanced Setup—Continued
6-5. Digital Format
■ b. Digital Format
This setting does not apply to input selectors not
assigned to a digital input jack.
With this setting, you can set a digital input to DTS,
PCM, or Auto. This can be set for each input selector
individually.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ] buttons to select the
input selector that you want to set, and then use the Left
and Right [ ]/[ ] buttons to select:
Auto: PCM, Dolby Digital, and DTS formats are
accepted. If no digital signal is present, the analog input is used.
DTS: Select this option if playing a DTS CD with the
Auto option produces noise while the AV
receiver is identifying the DTS signal, or when
using fast forward or fast reverse. Nothing is
output if the input signal is not DTS.
PCM: Select this option if playing a CD or other PCM
source with the Auto option causes the tops of
tracks to be clipped. Nothing is output if the
input signal is not PCM.
• If there is no digital connection, only Auto appears.
• Select Auto or DTS when playing a DTS CD or LD. If
you select PCM, only noise will be heard.
component to be turned on, you can avoid the “thump”
noise that’s sometimes heard when a source component
is turned on.
The delay determines how long after the input source is
changed on the AV receiver the trigger signal is output,
and can be set to 0 sec, 1 sec, 2 sec, or 3 sec. When set to
0 sec, the trigger signal is output as soon as the input
source is changed.
Changing the Remote Controller’s ID
If several Integra components are used in the same room,
the remote controller’s control codes may overlap with
those of another component. To differentiate the remote
controller’s control codes, you can change its ID to
another number.
Notes:
If you change the remote controller’s ID, be sure to set
the same ID on both the remote controller and AV
receiver (see 6-4. Remote Setup in the left column). The
default ID for both is 1.
On
Standby
V1
V2
V3
1
2
3
+
V4
Multi CH
DVD
T V CH
4
5
6
-
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
0
Clear
TV
I
6-6., 6-7., 6-8. 12V Trigger Setup
When the AV receiver’s 12 V TRIGGER OUT A/B/C
jack is connected to the 12 V TRIGGER IN jack on a
connected component, you can specify whether or not a
12-volt trigger signal is output when that component is
selected as the source for the main room, Zone 2, or
both.
By default, on the Trigger A Setup menu, all input
sources are set to Main. On the Trigger A and B Setup
menus, all input sources are set to Off.
Off: No trigger signal is output.
Main: Select this if you want to output a 12-volt trigger signal when a connected component is
selected as the source for the main room.
Zone2: Select this if you want to output a 12-volt trigger signal when a connected component is
selected as the source for Zone 2.
Main/Zone2: Select this if you want to output a 12-volt
trigger signal when a connected component is
selected as the source for either the main room
or Zone 2.
Input
Number
buttons
TV VOL
Phono
+10
1
--/--Input Selector
Macro
1
1
2
Receiver
DVD
CD
3
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Zone 2
Remote Mode
Tape
TV
Dimmer
Sleep
1
Press and hold down the [Receiver] button, and then press the TV [Input] button.
2
Use the number buttons to enter a remote
control ID.
You can enter 1, 2, or 3.
■ Delay
When several components are turned on simultaneously
via the 12-volt triggers, depending on the type of components, a large amount of current may be drawn momentarily. To prevent this, you can delay the trigger signals
output by the AV receiver. In addition, by delaying the
trigger signal for your power amplifier so that it’s the last
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Zone 2
Using Only Speakers in Zone 2
Connecting Zone 2
With the Zone 2 function, you can enjoy one input
source in the main room and a different source in another
room.
There are two connection methods: using a receiver/integrated amp in Zone 2 or using only a pair of speakers in
Zone 2.
With this connection method, you can use 5.1 surround
sound in the main room and play a different AV source in
Zone 2. The volume for Zone 2 is set on the AV receiver.
• Set the Powered Zone 2 setting to Activated (see
page 75).
• Connect your Zone 2 speakers to the AV receiver’s
ZONE 2 SPEAKERS terminals.
Using a Receiver/Integrated Amp in Zone 2
With this connection method, you can use 7.1 surround
sound in the main room and play a different AV source in
Zone 2. The volume for Zone 2 is set on the receiver/
integrated amp.
• Use an RCA audio cable to connect the AV receiver’s
ZONE 2 OUT L/R jacks to an analog audio input on
your receiver/integrated amp.
• DTR-6.5 only: Connect the AV receiver’s ZONE 2
OUT SUBWOOFER jack to the subwoofer in Zone 2.
• Connect the Zone 2 speakers to the speaker terminals
on the receiver/integrated amp.
Main room
TV
AV receiver
Main room
Zone 2
TV
L
AV receiver
(DTR-6.5 only)
SUB
WOOFER
Zone 2
LINE INPUT
IN
R
TV
Subwoofer
L
Receiver/
integrated amp
The AV receiver’s ZONE 2 OUT jacks can also be used
as pre outs, although, in this case, the volume cannot be
controlled solely on the connected amplifier. See “Setting the Zone 2 Out” on page 76 for details.
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Zone 2—Continued
Setting the Powered Zone 2
4
To use Zone 2, you must make this setting. It enables the
speakers connected to the ZONE 2 SPEAKERS terminals so that they produce sound when Zone 2 is used.
7
8
9
0
Clear
Enter
TV VOL
Phono
+10
Menu
-----------------------Basic Setup
1.Initial Setup
1.Initial
Setup
-----------------------2.Speaker
1.DigitalSetup
Input
1-3.Hardware
Setup
-----------------------2.Component Video
Advanced
Setup
a.Powered
Zone2
3.Hardware
Setup
3.Surround Setup
:Not Activated
4.Audio Adjust
b.Zone2 Out
5.Listening
Mode Preset
6.Preference :Fixed
--/--Input Selector
Macro
1
1
2
Receiver
DVD
CD
3
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Zone 2
Remote Mode
Tape
TV
Dimmer
2, 3
TV
Input
Sleep
To
pM
Men
u
en u
+
CH
VOL
Enter
Disc
Ex
Prev
CH
Re
it
turn
G ui
de
S etu
Not Activated: Zone 2 SPEAKERS
terminals deactivated.
Activated: Zone 2 SPEAKERS terminals activated.
When Zone 2 is activated and turned on
(see page 77), the speakers connected
to the ZONE 2 SPEAKERS terminals
output sound, but the speakers connected to the SURROUND BACK
SPEAKERS terminals do not. (When
Zone 2 is activated but not used, the
surround back speakers work as normal.)
2–4
1, 5
p
Display
Muting
Rec
Random
Audio
Subtitle
Angle
Surround
All ST
THX
Last Memory
Stereo
Memory
Repeat
A-B
Search
Pure A
Direct
DSP
Test Tone
CH SEL
Level-
Level+
L Ni ht
Re EQ
DSP
Open/Close Video Off
1
Receiver
2
Enter
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “a. Powered
Zone 2,” and use the Left and
Right [ ]/[ ] buttons to select:
Press the [Receiver] button followed by the [Setup] button.
The main menu appears onscreen.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “1. Initial
Setup,” and then press [Enter].
The Initial Setup menu appears.
5
Press the [Setup] button.
The setup menu closes.
Note:
• This procedure can also be performed on the AV
receiver by using its [Setup] button, arrow buttons, and
[Enter] button.
Enter
3
Enter
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “3. Hardware
Setup,” and then press [Enter].
The Hardware Setup menu appears.
Enter
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Zone 2—Continued
Setting the Zone 2 Out
3
The ZONE 2 OUT L/R jacks can also be used as pre
outs.
7
8
9
0
Clear
Enter
TV VOL
Phono
+10
--/---
Input Selector
Macro
1
1
2
3
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Zone 2
Enter
Remote Mode
Tape
TV
Dimmer
2, 3
TV
Input
Sleep
To
pM
Men
u
en u
+
CH
VOL
Enter
Disc
Ex
Prev
CH
Re
it
turn
G ui
de
S etu
1, 5
p
Display
2–4
4
Enter
Muting
Rec
Audio
Subtitle
Angle
All ST
THX
Stereo
Memory
Repeat
A-B
Search
Pure A
Direct
DSP
Test Tone
CH SEL
Last Memory
DSP
Level-
Level+
L Ni ht
Re EQ
Open/Close Video Off
1
Receiver
2
Enter
Enter
76
Press the [Receiver] button followed by the [Setup] button.
The main menu appears onscreen.
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “1. Initial
Setup,” and then press [Enter].
The Initial Setup menu appears.
Menu
-----------------------Basic Setup
1.Initial Setup
1.Initial
Setup
-----------------------2.Speaker
1.DigitalSetup
Input
1-3.Hardware
Setup
-----------------------2.Component Video
Advanced
Setup
a.Powered
Zone2
3.Hardware
Setup
3.Surround Setup
:Not Activated
4.Audio Adjust
b.Zone2 Out
5.Listening
Mode Preset
6.Preference :Fixed
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “b. Zone 2 Out,”
and use the Left and Right [ ]/
[ ] buttons to select:
Menu
-----------------------Basic Setup
1.Initial Setup
1.Initial
Setup
-----------------------2.Speaker
1.DigitalSetup
Input
1-3.Hardware
Setup
-----------------------2.Component Video
Advanced
Setup
a.Powered Zone2
3.Hardware
Setup
3.Surround Setup
:Not Activated
4.Audio Adjust
b.Zone2 Out
5.Listening
Mode Preset
6.Preference :Fixed
c.Sp Impedance Minimum
:6ohms
d.TV Format
:AUTO
Random
Surround
Use the Up and Down [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “3. Hardware
Setup,” and then press [Enter].
The Hardware Setup menu appears.
Fixed: The ZONE 2 OUT L/R jacks
work as line outs, and you can control
the volume solely on the connected
amplifier.
Variable: The ZONE 2 OUT L/R jacks
work as pre outs. Since the output level
is controlled by the AV receiver’s Master Volume control, you cannot control
the volume solely on the connected
amplifier.
5
Press the [Setup] button.
The setup menu closes.
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Zone 2—Continued
Using Zone 2
To set Zone 2 to the same source as the
main room, press the [ZONE 2] button,
and then use the Controller [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select “Zone 2 Sel: Source.”
Here you can turn on Zone 2, select an input source, and
adjust the volume.
On
Standby
1
2
4
TV
I
V2
1
2
3
+
V4
Multi CH
DVD
T V CH
4
5
6
-
Zone 2
V3
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
LevelTV VOL
Phono
0
Clear
--/--Input Selector
Macro
1
2
Receiver
DVD
3
Zone 2
Remote Mode
CD
1–4
MD/CDR
Tape
TV
To adjust the Zone 2 volume with
the remote controller, press the
[ZONE 2] button, and then use
the [Level–] and [Level+] buttons.
Input
V1
+10
3
VCR
Cable
Audio
Subtitle
Angle
Surround
SAT
Last Memory
All ST
THX
Stereo
Repeat
A-B
Search
Memory
Pure A
Direct
DSP
Test Tone
CH SEL
4
DSP
Level-
Level+
L Night
Re-EQ
Open/Close Video Off
3
Zone 2
Level+
To do this on the AV receiver,
press the Zone 2 [Level] button,
and then use the Controller [ ]/
[ ] buttons.
If the Zone 2 receiver/integrated amp is
connected to the AV receiver’s ZONE 2
LINE OUT L/R jacks, use the volume
control on the receiver/integrated amp.
To turn off Zone 2 with the
remote controller, press the
[ZONE 2] button followed by the
[Standby] button.
RC-585M
Standby
Note:
To control Zone 2 with the remote controller, you must
press the [ZONE 2] button first.
1
Point the remote controller at the
AV receiver and press the
[ZONE 2] button followed by the
[On] button.
This turns on Zone 2 and the AV
receiver’s 12V TRIGGER OUT.
Zone 2
On
2
Zone 2
V1
V2
V3
V4
Multi CH
DVD
CD
Tape
Tuner
Phono
To select the Zone 2 input source
with the remote controller, press
the [ZONE 2] button followed by
an input selector button.
If you select AM or FM, you can use
the remote controller’s [TUNER] button to select the band.
To perform steps 1 and 2 on the
AV receiver, press the [ZONE 2]
button, and then use the Controller [ ]/[ ] buttons within five
seconds.
The name of the selected Zone 2 source
appears on the display.
To do this from the AV receiver,
press the [ZONE 2] button, and
then use the Controller [ ]/[ ]
buttons to select OFF.
Notes:
• If the Sleep function has been set, the Zone 2 component will turn off along with the AV receiver when the
specified sleep time expires. To use the Sleep function
with Zone 2 only, set the Sleep function and then set
the AV receiver to Standby.
• Only analog input sources are output by the ZONE 2
LINE OUT and ZONE 2 SPEAKERS terminals. Digital input sources are not output. If no sound is heard
when an input source is selected, check if it’s connected to an analog input.
• Since the Zone 2 function and the REC OUT outputs
use the same circuitry, if the [Rec Out] function is
used, Zone 2 will be turned off.
• While Zone 2 is being used, listening modes that need
surround back speakers (i.e., Dolby Digital EX, DTSES, and THX Surround EX) are unavailable.
• While Zone 2 is on,
functions will not work.
• You can’t select different radio stations for Zone 2 and
the main room. For example, if you an FM station for
the main room, that station will also be used in Zone 2.
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Zone 2—Continued
Using the 12V Trigger
Using the Remote Control in Zone 2
When the AV receiver’s 12 V TRIGGER OUT A/B/C
jack is connected to the 12 V TRIGGER IN jack on a
connected component, the AV receiver can be configured
so that the component is turned on automatically when
Zone 2 is used. See page 73 for details.
Adjusting the Bass & Treble for Zone2
You can adjust the bass and treble for Zone2.
To use the remote controller to control the AV receiver
from Zone 2, you’ll need one of the following commercially available multiroom remote control kits:
• Multiroom Kits such as those made by Niles and Xantech.
These kits can also be used when the AV receiver is not
in line of sight of the remote controller, for example,
when it’s installed inside a cabinet.
Using a Multiroom Kit with Zone 2
1
In the following diagram, an IR receiver picks up the
infrared signals from the remote controller in Zone 2 and
feeds them to the AV receiver in the main room via the
connecting block.
• On the Remote Setup menu, set the IR IN Position setting to “Zone 2” (see page 72).
Zone 2
Standby
2
1
Connecting
block
IR Receiver
Press the [Tone] button repeatedly to select either Bass or
Treble.
Remote controller
Main room
2
Use the Controller [
tons to adjust.
]/[
] but-
Zone 2
Signal flow
Connect the miniplug cable from the connecting block to
the AV receiver’s IR IN jack as shown below.
from the connecting block
Miniplug cable
■ Bass
You can boost or cut low-frequency sounds output by the
front speakers from –10 dB to +10 dB in 2 dB steps.
■ Treble
You can boost or cut high-frequency sounds output by
the front speakers from –10 dB to +10 dB in 2 dB steps.
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Zone 2—Continued
Using a Multiroom Kit with a Cabinet
In the following diagram, an IR receiver picks up the
infrared signals from the remote controller and feeds
them to the AV receiver in the cabinet via the connecting
block.
• On the Remote Setup menu, set the IR IN Position setting to “Main” (see page 72).
IR Receiver
Connecting
block
IR IN
Inside
cabinet
Remote controller
Signal flow
Controlling Out-of-range Components
If another AV component is out of range of its remote
controller, you can use a commercially available IR
emitter to retransmit the remote controller signals
received at the AV receiver’s IR IN, as shown below.
IR Receiver
Connecting
block
IR IN
IR OUT
DTR-6.5/5.5
IR Emitter
Remote controller
Other
component
Signal flow
Connect the IR emitter to the AV receiver’s IR OUT, and
place the IR emitter in front of the other AV component’s
remote control sensor (usually located on the front
panel), as shown below. See the instructions supplied
with the IR emitter.
Other component
from connecting block
Remote control
sensor
Miniplug cable
Emitter
Mini plug
IR Emitter
DTR-6.5/5.5
Signal flow
Only remote controller signals received by the AV
receiver’s IR IN are fed through to the IR OUT. Signals
picked up by the AV receiver’s remote control sensor are
not output.
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Controlling Other Components
You can use the AV Receiver’s remote controller (RC588M/RC-590M/RC-591M) to control your other components, including those made by other manufacturers.
This chapter explains how to:
• Enter the remote control code for a component that
you want to control (e.g., DVD, TV, VCR).
• Learn commands directly from another component’s
remote controller (see page 88).
• Program the Macro function to perform a sequence of
actions with a single press of a button (see page 89).
2
Remote Mode
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Tape
TV
While holding down the Remote
Mode button that you want to
enter the code for, press the
[Standby] button.
Standby
Entering Remote Control Codes
Entering the appropriate remote control code for each
Remote Mode button will allow you to control your
other components with the remote controller. You’ll need
to perform this procedure for each component that you
want to control.
For the [DVD], [TV], [VCR], [CABLE], and [SAT] buttons, choose a code from the respective category. For the
[CD] and [MD/CDR] buttons, you can choose a code
from any category. Remote control codes cannot be
entered for the [Receiver] and [ZONE 2] buttons.
3
V1
On
Standby
TV
I
3
Input
V1
V2
V3
1
2
3
+
V4
Multi CH
DVD
T V CH
-
4
5
6
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
0
Clear
TV VOL
Phono
+10
V3
1
2
3
V4
Multi CH
DVD
4
5
6
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
Within 30 seconds, use the number buttons to enter the 4-digit
remote control code.
0
4
2
V2
Select the remote controller
mode, point the remote controller at the component, and check
its operation.
Remote controller buttons that can be
used in DVD mode are shown on
page 16. Those that can be used with
the TV, VCR, CABLE, and SAT modes
are shown on pages 86, 87.
--/--Input Selector
Macro
1
2
3
Zone 2
Remote Mode
2
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Tape
TV
Dimmer
TV
Input
Sleep
To
pM
Men
u
en u
+
CH
VOL
Enter
Disc
Ex
Prev
CH
Display
1
If the remote controller works OK, the code has been
entered correctly. If not, try again or try another code.
Re
it
turn
Gu
ide
S etu
p
Muting
Look up the remote control code
for your component.
See “Remote Control Codes” on
page 82.
Codes for Integra DVD Players
The remote control code for an Integra DVD player
depends on whether it’s connected via
, as follows:
5001: Use this code if you’ve connected an
cable
and an analog audio cable to your DVD player.
This is the default setting, so if you’re using
, you don’t need to change anything. Point
the remote controller at the AV receiver to
operate the DVD player.
5002: Use this code if your DVD player doesn’t have
an
jack, or you’re not using
. Point the
remote controller at the DVD player to operate
it.
Setting the [MD/CDR] Button to CDR
By default, the [MD/CDR] button is set to control a
MiniDisc recorder. To control a CD recorder, it must be
set to CDR. The codes are as follows:
6002: Code for controlling an CD recorder.
6003: Code for controlling an MD recorder (default).
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Controlling Other Components—Continued
Resetting the Remote Controller
Here you can reset the remote controller to its default
settings.
On
Standby
V1
V2
V3
1
2
3
+
V4
Multi CH
DVD
T V CH
-
TV
Standby
I
Input
4
5
6
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
0
Clear
TV
1
Receiver
TV VOL
Phono
+10
Standby
--/---
While holding down the
[Receiver] button, press the
[Standby] button.
Release both buttons and wait five seconds.
Input Selector
Macro
1
2
Receiver
DVD
CD
3
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Zone 2
Remote Mode
Receiver
Tape
TV
Dimmer
TV
Input
Remote
Mode
Sleep
To
pM
Men
u
en u
+
CH
Ex
Prev
CH
Display
Re
it
turn
Receiver
Press the [Receiver] button
again.
The remote controller is reset.
VOL
Enter
Disc
2
G ui
de
S etu
p
Muting
Resetting Remote Mode Buttons
If you’ve entered another code for one of these button
and now want to return to the default, perform the following procedure.
By default, some REMOTE MODE buttons are preprogrammed with remote control codes for controlling Integra components connected via
.
1
Remote Mode
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Tape
TV
2
Remote Mode
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Tape
TV
While holding down the Remote
Mode button that you want to
reset, press the TV [
] button.
Release both buttons and wait two seconds.
Press the Remote Mode button
again.
The Remote Mode button is reset.
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Controlling Other Components—Continued
Remote Control Codes
When two or more codes are given,
try each one in turn, and choose the
one that works best.
Depending on the manufacturer and
component, the remote controller
may not work as expected.
SAT (satellite receiver)
Manufacturer
Control code
Manufacturer
Control code
Conrad
4024
Nikko
4013, 4025, 4027
Cosat
4015, 4023
Nokia
4033
Crown
4013
Nordmende
4017, 4020
Daewoo
4016, 4017, 4025
Oceanic
4022
Diamond
4022
Octagon
4016, 4017
Dishnet
4008
Okano
4013
Dual
4016
Optex
4015, 4023
DVD (DVD player)
Echostar
4010, 4018, 4025
Orbit
4016
Manufacturer
Control code
Einhell
4013, 4017, 4025
Orbitech
4017, 4019
Aiwa
5010
Elta
4015, 4017
Pace
4012, 4026, 4031
Akai
5019
Engel
4025
Pacific
4022
Apex
5015, 5016
Eurosat
4013, 4022
Palladium
4013, 4017, 4021
CyberHome
5027
Eurosky
4013, 4024
Palsat
4019
Denon
5017, 5020
Eurostar
4024
Panasonic
4006, 4031
GE
5003
Fagor
4015, 4023
Panda
4024
Hitachi
5009
Ferguson
4012
Philips
4021, 4029
Integra
5001, 5002
Fidelity
4030
Phonotrend
4015, 4023
Integra Research
5001, 5002
Fracarro
4017
Predki
4017
JVC
5023
FTE
4025, 4030
Premier
4023
Kenwood
5017
Fuba
4017
Primestar
4007
Magnavox
5004, 5021
Galaxis
4015, 4023
Proscan
4001, 4002
Marantz
5025, 5026
GE
4001, 4002
Protek
4022
Mitsubishi
5005
General Instruments
4003
Pye
4021
Onkyo
5001, 5002
GMI
4013
Quelle
4024
Panasonic
5011, 5017, 5020
Grundig
4021, 4029, 4031
Radix
4035
Philips
5004, 5021, 5028
Hinari
4017
RCA
4001, 4002
Pioneer
5006
Hirschmann
4019, 4035
Roadster
4025
Proscan
5003
Hitachi
4036, 4037
Rover
4025
RCA
5003
Saba
4014, 4020, 4024, 4027
5012
Hughes Network
Systems
4011
Sanyo
Samsung
4017
Huth
4013, 4015, 4024
Sony
5007, 5013, 5018,
5029
Satcom
4024
Imperial
4014
5020
Intertronic
4013
Thomson
5022, 5024
Intervision
4015, 4023, 4024
Toshiba
5008, 5021
Johansson
4015
Xbox
5022
JVC
4009, 4021
Yamaha
5020
Kathrein
4025
Zenith
5014, 5021
Kolon
4017
K-SAT
4025
Technics
SAT (satellite receiver)
Kyostar
4017
Lasat
4013, 4020, 4024
Lenco
4016, 4017, 4025
Lennox
4023
Loewe
4013
SatPartner
4017, 4020, 4027, 4030
Schneider
4029
Sedea Electronique
4017
Seemann
4013
SEG
4017, 4028
Seleco
4015, 4023
Skymaster
4025, 4034
Skyvision
4015
Sony
4005, 4031
Strong
4016, 4017, 4020
Sunstar
4013
Techniland
4015, 4023
Manufacturer
Control code
Alba
4014, 4017, 4025, 4027
Allsat
4015, 4027
Alltech
4022, 4025
Amstrad
4013, 4019, 4025, 4030,
4031
Anglo
4025
Manhattan
Ankaro
4025
Maspro
Anttron
4017
Matsui
4021
Teleka
4013
Apollo
4017
Mediamarkt
4013
Telemaster
4020
Arcon
4016
Medion
4025
Telewire
4015, 4023
Armstrong
4013
Metronic
4013, 4017, 4020
Tensai
4016
Asat
4016
Micro Technology
4025
4013, 4016, 4024
Thomson
4024, 4025
Astra
Minerva
4021
Astro
4019, 4020
Morgan’s
4013, 4015, 4025
TechniSat
4019
Teco
4013, 4016
4015, 4020, 4023
Teleciel
4027
4021, 4025
Telefunken
4017
Lorenzen
4024
Macab
4022
Thorens
4022
Tonna
4015, 4023, 4025
AudioTon
4015
Mysat
4025
Bush
4012, 4014
Neuhaus
4019, 4023, 4024, 4025
Toshiba
4004
4025
Triasat
4019
Condor
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4024
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SAT (satellite receiver)
VCR
Manufacturer
Control code
Manufacturer
Control code
VCR
Manufacturer
Control code
Tristar
4016
Aiwa
2012, 2046, 2047
Jensen
2013
Unisat
4013
Akai
2003, 2004, 2022
JVC
Universum
4021, 4024
Vortec
4017
2033, 2041, 2044, 2045,
2047
2005, 2006, 2007, 2009,
2032, 2035, 2040, 2048
Alba
Kaisui
2033
Wela
4025
Anitech
2033
Kendo
2041, 2046
Zehnder
4020
ASA
2034
Kenwood
2005, 2006, 2007, 2009
Zenith
4032
Baird
2036
Kodak
2010
Bell & Howell
2007
Loewe
2028, 2034
Blaupunkt
2039, 2042
Logik
2028, 2043
Bush
2033, 2041, 2044, 2045,
2047
Luxor
2030, 2031, 2036
Magnavox
2010, 2011, 2014, 2019,
2020
Marantz
2005, 2006, 2007, 2009,
2010, 2014, 2031, 2034
Matsui
2028, 2041, 2046, 2047
CBL (cable receiver)
Manufacturer
Control code
ABC
3001, 3002, 3021
Canon
Archer
3006
Carver
2014
Cabletime
3028, 3032
Cimline
2033
Cableview
3004
Citizen
2008, 2009
2010, 2011
Contec
3009
Colortyme
2005
Eastern
3010
Craig
2008
GE
3001, 3002
Crown
2033
Gemini
3011
Curtis Mathes
General Instruments
3002, 3022
2001, 2005, 2008, 2009,
2010, 2011, 2023, 2026
Grundig
3031
Hamlin
3012
Hitachi
3002
Jerrold
3002, 3011, 3013, 3021,
3022, 3023, 3026
Magnavox
3014
Cyrus
2034
Daewoo
2012
Dansai
2033
Decca
2034
Dimensia
2001, 2026
Dumont
2034, 2036, 2037
Memorex
3015
Elcatech
2033
Movie Time
3016
Emerson
2003, 2010, 2012, 2022
NEC
3003
ESC
2043
Nokia
3033
Ferguson
2035
NSC
3016
Finlandia
2034, 2036
Oak
3009
Finlux
2034, 2036, 2037
Panasonic
3020
Firstline
2033, 2041
Philips
3007, 3008, 3014
Fisher
2007, 2030, 2036
Pioneer
3017, 3024
Fuji
2004, 2010, 2024
Proscan
3001, 3002
Funai
2012
RCA
3004, 3020, 3022
Realistic
3006
Sagem
3034
Salora
3029
Samsung
3017
Signature
3002
Sprucer
3020
Garrard
2012
GE
2001, 2002, 2008, 2010,
2011, 2023, 2025, 2026
GEC
2034
GoldHand
2033
GoldStar
2005, 2009
Goodmans
2031, 2033
Gradiente
2012
2013, 2022, 2032, 2034
Motorola
2010
MTC
2008
Multitech
2008, 2012, 2033
NEC
2005, 2006, 2007, 2009,
2032
Neckermann
2034
Nesco
2033
NOBLEX
2008
Nokia
2030, 2036, 2043
Nordmende
2048
Okano
2046
Olympus
2010
Optonica
2017
Orion
2028, 2041, 2045, 2046,
2047
Osaki
2033
Otto Versand
2034
Palladium
2033
Panasonic
2010, 2011, 2042
Pentax
2013, 2021, 2025, 2037
Phonola
2034
Pioneer
2006, 2013, 2032, 2034
3011
Grandin
Tele+1
3030
Grundig
Tocom
3013
United Cable
3021, 3023
3019
Mitsubishi
2033
Stargate
Zenith
2013, 2021
2029, 2033, 2034, 2039,
2040, 2042, 2044
2030, 2034, 2036
3009, 3014, 3016
2039
Minolta
2010, 2014, 2017, 2034,
2048
2036, 2043
Granada
View Star
2022
Minerva
Philips
Graetz
3005, 3006
2039
MGA
2009
3011, 3021
3025
Metz
2010, 2011, 2014
Starcom
Videoway
2007, 2008, 2010, 2012,
2019, 2030, 2036
Philco
3018
Universal
2010
Memorex
Pentex Research
Standard
Component
Harman Kardon
Matsushita
2005
HCM
2033, 2044
Hinari
2028, 2033, 2043, 2044,
2047
Hitachi
2013, 2021, 2025, 2028,
2037, 2038, 2043
Ingersol
2028
Interfunk
2034
ITT
2030, 2036, 2043, 2048
JC Penney
2005, 2006, 2007, 2008,
2010, 2011, 2013, 2014,
2021
Proline
2044
Proscan
2001, 2002, 2026
Pye
2034
Quasar
2010, 2011
Quelle
2034
Radio Shack
2017
Radio Shack/
Realistic
2007, 2008, 2010, 2011,
2012, 2017
Radiola
2034
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VCR
TV
Control code
Manufacturer
Control code
Admiral
1026, 1040, 1062
RCA
2001, 2002, 2003, 2008,
2010, 2013, 2021, 2023,
2025, 2026, 2027
Akai
1002, 1067
Akura
1045
Alba
1035, 1043
Realistic
2007, 2008, 2010, 2011,
2012, 2017
Rex
2048
Amplivision
1063
Roadstar
2033, 2043
Amstrad
1035, 1067
Runco
2019
Amtron
1009
Saba
2040, 2048
Anam National
1003, 1009
Saisho
2028, 2041
Anitech
1035
Salora
2030
AOC
1004, 1005, 1006
Samsung
2008, 2043, 2049
Arc en Ciel
1066
Sansui
2006, 2032
Arcam
1063
Sanyo
2007, 2008, 2030, 2036
ASA
1040
Saville
2047
Audiovox
1009
SBR
2034
Autovox
1040, 1068
Schaub Lorenz
2036
Baird
1069
Schneider
2033, 2034
Bang & Olufsen
1040
Scott
2015
Baur
Sears
2007, 2010, 2013, 2021
1036, 1054, 1055, 1058,
1059, 1068
Beko
1052
SEG
2043
SEI
2028, 2034
Sharp
2016, 2017, 2031
Shintom
2004, 2033, 2036
Shorai
2028
Siemens
2034, 2036, 2039
Singer
2010
Sinudyne
2028, 2034
Sonolor
2030, 2031
Sony
2004, 2018, 2024
STS
2010, 2021
Bell & Howell
1010, 1017
Binatone
1063
Blaupunkt
1041, 1042, 1044, 1058,
1059
Boots
1063
Brionvega
1040
Bruns
1040
BSR
1048
Bush
1035, 1043, 1048, 1050,
1053, 1057
Cascade
1035
Sunkai
2046
Celebrity
1002
Sylvania
2010, 2011, 2012, 2014
Century
1040
Symphonic
2012
Cimline
1035, 1043
Tandy
2007
Citizen
1004, 1006, 1009, 1017,
1022, 1025
Clatronic
1052
Tatung
2034
Teac
2012
Technics
2010, 2042
Teknika
2010, 2012
Telefunken
2048
Thomson
2048
Thorn
2035, 2036
Toshiba
2013, 2015, 2022, 2034,
2048
Totevision
2008
Uher
2043
Unitech
2008
Universum
2034, 2039, 2043
Vector Research
2005, 2006
Video Concepts
2005, 2006, 2022
Wards
2008, 2010, 2012, 2013,
2017, 2021, 2027
XR-1000
2010, 2012
Yamaha
2005, 2006, 2007, 2009
Yoko
2043
Zenith
2004, 2019, 2024
Colortyme
1004, 1006
Condor
1052
Contec
1035
Contec/Cony
1007, 1009
Continental Edison
1066
Craig
1009
Crosley
1040
Crown
1009, 1014, 1035, 1052
Curtis Mathes
Daewoo
Manufacturer
Control code
Emerson
1004, 1006, 1007, 1009,
1010, 1017, 1025, 1027,
1029, 1033, 1040, 1070
Envision
1004, 1006
Erres
1037
Europhon
1067
Fidelity
1068
Finlux
1039, 1040, 1067
Firstline
1035, 1043, 1048, 1049,
1063
Fisher
1010, 1017, 1052, 1063,
1068
Formenti
1040
Frontech
1045, 1062
Fujitsu
1070
Funai
1009, 1045, 1048, 1070
GE
1001, 1003, 1004, 1006,
1011, 1012, 1019, 1034
GEC
1038, 1063, 1067, 1069
Geloso
1035
Genexxa
1062
GoldStar
1004, 1005, 1006, 1007,
1008, 1025, 1047, 1063
Goodmans
1043, 1053, 1063
Gorenje
1052
Graetz
1062, 1069
Granada
1063, 1067
Grundig
1039, 1041, 1042, 1058,
1059, 1064
Hallmark
1004, 1006
Hanseatic
1060, 1068
Hantarex
1067
HCM
1035
Hinari
1035, 1043
Hitachi
1004, 1006, 1007, 1013,
1027, 1038, 1062, 1063,
1069
Huanyu
1053
ICE
1045, 1063
Imperial
1052
Infinity
1014
Inno Hit
1056, 1067
Interfunk
1055, 1062, 1066, 1069
Intervision
1045, 1063
ITT
1062, 1068, 1069
JBL
1014
1001, 1004, 1006, 1010,
1017, 1022, 1025, 1034
JC Penney
1001, 1004, 1005, 1006,
1011, 1012, 1016, 1019,
1022, 1025, 1034
1004, 1005, 1006, 1025,
1035, 1053
Jensen
1004, 1006
Daytron
1004, 1006, 1025, 1035
JVC
1007, 1012, 1013, 1015,
1033
Decca
1067
Kaisui
1035, 1063
Dimensia
1001, 1034
Kapsch
1062, 1069
Dixi
1035
Kathrein
1060
Dual
1057, 1068
Kawasho
1002, 1004, 1006
Dumont
1004, 1039, 1040
Kendo
1043
Electroband
1002
Kenwood
1004, 1006, 1008
Electrohome
1002, 1003, 1004, 1006,
1008
Kloss Novabeam
1009
Korting
1040
KTV
1009, 1025
LG
1005
Elta
84
TV
Manufacturer
1035
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TV
TV
TV
Manufacturer
Control code
Manufacturer
Control code
Manufacturer
Control code
Loewe
1014, 1040, 1055
Quasar
1003, 1012, 1031
Technics
1012, 1044, 1061
Quelle
1036, 1039, 1054, 1055,
1058, 1059, 1068
Techwood
1004, 1006, 1012
Radio Shack
1010, 1017, 1034
Teknika
Radio Shack/
Realistic
1001, 1004, 1006, 1007,
1009, 1010, 1017, 1021,
1025
1004, 1005, 1006, 1007,
1009, 1022, 1025, 1031,
1070
Teleavia
1066
Telecaption
1024
Luxman
1004, 1006
LXI
1001, 1006, 1010, 1014,
1016, 1017, 1034
M Electronic
1035, 1053, 1062, 1063
Magnadyne
1040, 1067, 1068
Magnafon
1067
Radiola
1037
Magnavox
1004, 1006, 1008, 1014,
1018, 1020
Radiomarelli
1040, 1067
Marantz
1004, 1006, 1014, 1060
RCA
1001, 1003, 1004, 1005,
1006, 1008, 1027, 1034
Matsui
1035, 1043, 1048, 1050,
1063, 1064, 1067, 1068
Realistic
1010, 1017, 1034
Megatron
1006
Rex
1045, 1062
Memorex
1005, 1006, 1010, 1017,
1035
Metz
1040, 1051, 1058
MGA
1004, 1005, 1006, 1008
Minerva
1039, 1058, 1059, 1064
Mitsubishi
1004, 1005, 1006, 1008,
1040, 1055, 1058
Mivar
1047, 1056, 1067
Motorola
1003, 1026
MTC
1004, 1005, 1006, 1022,
1055
Multitech
1009, 1035
NAD
1006, 1016
NEC
1003, 1004, 1005, 1006
Neckermann
1040, 1041, 1054, 1059,
1060
Nikkai
1045
Nikko
1006
Oceanic
1062
Onwa
1009
RFT
1040
Roadstar
1035, 1045
Saba
1040, 1062, 1066, 1069
Saisho
1035, 1043, 1045, 1067,
1068
Salora
1062
Sambers
1056, 1067
Sampo
1004, 1006, 1025
Samsung
1004, 1005, 1006, 1007,
1008, 1022, 1025, 1035,
1045, 1047, 1052, 1056,
1060, 1063, 1065
Sansui
1029
Sanyo
1004, 1010, 1017
SBR
1037, 1038
Schaub Lorenz
1069
Schneider
1068
Scott
1004, 1006, 1007, 1009,
1070
Sears
1001, 1004, 1006, 1008,
1010, 1015, 1016, 1017,
1028, 1034, 1070
Optonica
1021, 1026
Orion
1029, 1043, 1048, 1049,
1050, 1067, 1068
Osaki
1045, 1063
Otto Versand
1036, 1041, 1043, 1054,
1055, 1058, 1059, 1060,
1063
Palladium
1052
Siarem
1040, 1067
Panasonic
1003, 1012, 1014, 1031,
1044, 1046, 1051, 1061,
1062, 1069
Siemens
1041, 1042, 1058, 1059
Pathe Marconi
1066
SEG
1045, 1063
SEI
1036, 1040, 1048, 1067,
1068
Seleco
1062
Sharp
1004, 1006, 1007, 1021,
1023, 1025, 1026
Shorai
1048
Singer
1040
1036, 1040, 1043, 1067,
1068
1003, 1004, 1005, 1006,
1007, 1008, 1014, 1018,
1040
Sinudyne
Philco
Solavox
1062
Sonoko
1035
Philips
1003, 1004, 1007, 1008,
1014, 1018, 1019, 1020,
1037, 1038, 1040, 1053,
1059, 1060
Phoenix
1040
Phonola
1037, 1040
Pioneer
1004, 1006, 1027, 1062
Portland
1004, 1005, 1006, 1025
Price Club
1022
Prism
1012
Profex
1035
Proline
1049
Proscan
1001, 1034
Protech
1035, 1045, 1063
Proton
1004, 1006, 1007
Pye
1037
Sonolor
1062
Sony
1002, 1030, 1032, 1036,
1054
Soundesign
1004, 1006, 1009, 1070
Starlite
1009
Stern
1062
Sunkai
1043, 1048, 1049, 1050
Sylvania
1004, 1006, 1008, 1014,
1018, 1020
Symphonic
1009, 1028
Tandy
1026, 1062, 1063
Tashiko
1038, 1063
Tatung
1003, 1063, 1067
Tec
1063
Telefunken
1066
Teletech
1035
Teleton
1063
Tensai
1048
Thomson
1066
Thorn
1054, 1055, 1058
Toshiba
1010, 1016, 1017, 1022,
1024, 1039
Totevision
1025
Triumph
1067
Universal
1011, 1019
Universum
1045, 1052, 1058
Voxson
1040, 1062
Waltham
1063
Wards
1001, 1004, 1005, 1006,
1008, 1011, 1014, 1018,
1019, 1020, 1021, 1034,
1070
Watt Radio
1068
Wega
1040
Yamaha
1004, 1005, 1006, 1008
Yoko
1045, 1063
Zenith
1004
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To control another component, point the remote controller at it and use the buttons as explained below (you must
select the appropriate remote control mode first).
Controlling a Cable Receiver
Standby
On
Controlling a TV
Standby
On
On
Standby
TV
I
V1
Number
buttons
V2
Input
Standby
V2
V3
1
2
3
+
V4
Multi CH
DVD
TV CH
4
5
6
-
CD
Tape
7
8
9
0
Clear
1
2
3
+
Multi CH
DVD
T V CH
4
5
6
-
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
0
Clear
Number
buttons
*
TV VOL
+10
--/---
Input Selector
Macro
TV CH +/– *
1
2
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
TV VOL
*
TV
Dimmer
TV
Input
Macro
1
2
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Sleep
CH
pM
CH
CH
Re
it
turn
G ui
de
p
Setu
Display
VOL
Enter
Disc
Muting
VOL
Rec
Ex
Prev
CH
VOL
Enter
Disc
Prev
CH
Men
u
en u
Re
it
turn
Press
[CABLE]
first
Men
u
M enu
Ex
Sleep
To
+
CH
To p
-
Dimmer
TV
Input
Zone 2
+
Zone 2
Remote Mode
Tape
TV
3
Remote Mode
Input Selector
3
Tuner
Phono
--/---
Press [TV]
first
Input
Tape
TV VOL
Phono
TV
I
V3
V4
+10
*
TV
TV Input
On
V1
Random
de
G ui
p
Setu
Display
Muting
Rec
Subtitle
Angle
Last Memory
Surround
All ST
THX
Stereo
Memory
Repeat
A-B
Search
Pure A
Direct
DSP
Test Tone
CH SEL
Subtitle
All ST
THX
Stereo
A-B
Search
Memory
Direct
Angle
DSP
Last Memory
Test Tone
CH SEL
Level-
Level+
L Night
Re-EQ
DSP
Open/Close Video Off
Random
Audio
Audio
Surround
Repeat
Pure A
RC-585M
DSP
Level-
Level+
L Night
Re-EQ
Open/Close Video Off
RC-585M
[On], [Standby]
Set the TV to On or Standby
TV [
Turn the TV on or off
]
Number buttons
Enter numbers
[CH +/–]
Select channels on the TV
[TV INPUT]
Select inputs on the TV
VOL [
]/[
]
Adjust the TV’s volume
* Buttons marked with an asterisk can always be used to
control a TV regardless of the currently selected remote
controller mode.
The following buttons control the AV Receiver.
[VOL]: Adjusts the volume of the AV receiver.
[Muting]: Mutes the AV Receiver.
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[On], [Standby]
Set the cable receiver to On or
Standby
[CH +/–]
Select cable channels
Number buttons
Enter numbers
The following buttons control the AV Receiver.
[VOL]: Adjusts the volume of the AV receiver.
[Muting]: Mutes the AV Receiver.
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Controlling Other Components—Continued
Controlling a VCR
Standby
On
On
Controlling a Satellite Receiver
Standby
V1
Sdandby
On
TV
I
V2
Input
1
2
3
+
V4
Multi CH
DVD
T V CH
4
5
6
-
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
Number
buttons
+10
0
V2
V3
1
2
3
+
V4
Multi CH
DVD
TV CH
4
5
6
-
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
0
Clear
TV
Input
TV VOL
+10
Clear
--/---
--/---
Press
[VCR] first
Standby
Phono
TV VOL
Phono
On
V1
I
V3
Input Selector
Input Selector
Macro
Macro
1
2
Zone 2
1
2
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
VCR
Cable
SAT
3
TV
Dimmer
TV
Dimmer
Sleep
To
Enter
Men
u
enu
pM
+
CH
CH
TV
Input
Press [SAT]
first
Sleep
M
To p
Men
u
enu
+
CH
VOL
Enter
Disc
CH
VOL
Enter
Disc
-
Ex
Prev
CH
Zone 2
Tape
Tape
TV
Input
3
Remote Mode
Remote Mode
Re
it
turn
Ex
de
G ui
Prev
CH
p
Setu
Display
Random
turn
G ui
de
p
Setu
Display
Muting
Rec
Re
it
,
Muting
Rec
Random
Rec
Audio
Subtitle
Surround
Angle
Last Memory
All ST
THX
Stereo
A-B
Search
Memory
Direct
DSP
Level-
Level+
Test Tone
CH SEL
Level-
Level+
L Night
Re-EQ
L Night
Re-EQ
Memory
DSP
Test Tone
CH SEL
Set the VCR to On or Standby
Selects channels on the VCR
Play
Stop
[
]
Rewind
[
]
Fast forward
REC [
Pause
]
DSP
Open/Close Video Off
[CH +/–]
[ ]
Last Memory
Repeat
Stereo
Search
[
[ ]
Surround
Angle
Pure A
THX
A-B
Direct
RC-585M
RC-585M
]
Subtitle
DSP
All ST
Repeat
Pure A
Open/Close Video Off
[On], [Standby]
Audio
Record
[On], [Standby]
[CH +/–]
[
]/[
]/[
Set the satellite receiver to On or
Standby
Select satellite channels
]/[
] Select menu items
[Enter]
Confirm selection
Number buttons
Enter numbers
The following buttons control the AV Receiver.
[VOL]: Adjusts the volume of the AV receiver.
[Muting]: Mutes the AV Receiver.
The following buttons control the AV Receiver.
[VOL]: Adjusts the volume of the AV receiver.
[Muting]: Mutes the AV Receiver.
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Controlling Other Components—Continued
Learning Commands from Another
Remote Controller
3
The AV receiver’s remote controller can learn the commands of other remote controllers simply by pointing
them at each other. For example, by transmitting the Play
command from your CD player’s remote controller, the
remote controller can learn it and then transmit the same
command when its Play [ ] button is pressed in CD
mode.
This is convenient when you want to add commands to
buttons after entering a remote control code (page 80).
Point the remote controllers at
each other, about 2 to 6 inches
(5–15 cm) apart, and then, on the
other remote controller, press the
button whose command you
want to learn.
About 2 to 6
inches (5–15 cm
RC-585M/586M
On
Standby
TV
1, 4
I
V1
V2
Input
V3
1
2
3
+
V4
Multi CH
DVD
T V CH
-
4
5
6
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
0
Clear
TV VOL
Phono
+10
4
To teach the AV receiver’s remote
controller more new commands,
repeat steps 2 and 3.
Press the [On] button when you’ve finished.
--/--Input Selector
Macro
1
2
3
Zone 2
Remote Mode
Receiver
1
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Tape
TV
Dimmer
TV
Input
Sleep
To
pM
Men
u
en u
+
CH
Ex
Prev
CH
Display
1
Remote Mode
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Tape
TV
VOL
Enter
Disc
Re
it
turn
de
G ui
p
S etu
Muting
While holding down the Remote
Mode button that you want to
learn the command, press the
[On] button.
On
2
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On the AV receiver’s remote controller, press the button you want
to learn the new command.
Notes:
• The following buttons cannot be taught new commands: Remote Mode, Macro [1], [2], [3], TV [
],
TV [Input], TV CH [+]/[–], TV VOL [ ]/[ ].
• The AV receiver’s remote controller can learn up to
approximately 150 commands. However, the commands of some remote controllers may use a lot of
memory, in which case, this will be reduced.
• By default, the AV receiver’s remote controller knows
the commands for controlling an Integra CD player,
cassette deck, DVD player, and MD player (e.g., Play,
Stop, Pause, etc., buttons). These buttons can learn
new commands, although the defaults will be restored
if the remote controller is reset.
• To learn a new command for a button that has already
learned one, simply repeat this procedure.
• Like most remote controllers, the AV receiver’s
remote controller uses infrared. Commands from
remote controllers that don’t use infrared cannot be
learnt.
• When the remote controller’s batteries expire, all
learned commands will be lost and will have to be
learned all over again, so don’t discard your other
remote controllers.
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Controlling Other Components—Continued
Using Macros
With the Macro function, you can program the remote
controller’s Macro buttons to perform a sequence of
actions with just one button press. For example, normally you need to perform the following actions to play
a CD:
1. Press the Remote Mode [Receiver] button to
select Receiver mode.
2. Press the [On] button to turn on the AV receiver.
3. Press the [CD] Input Selector button to select the
CD input source.
4. Press the Remote Mode [CD] button to select the
CD remote controller mode.
5. Press the Play [ ] button to start playback on the
CD player.
With the Macro function, you can program one of the
Macro buttons to perform all five actions in one go.
Making Macros
There are three Macro buttons, and each button can be
programmed with a different macro in each remote controller mode. Each macro can perform up to eight
actions.
2
On the remote controller, press
the buttons whose actions you
want to program into the macro
in the order you want them performed.
For example, to program the previous
CD example into a macro, press the following buttons: Remote Mode
[Receiver], [On], Input Selector [CD],
Remote Mode [CD], Play [ ].
3
When you’ve finished, press the
Macro button again.
Notes:
• If after programming a macro you teach one of the
buttons in that macro a new command, then the macro
will no longer work properly. In this case, you must
program the macro again.
Running Macros
Programmed macros can be run as follows.
1
On
Standby
TV
I
V1
V2
Input
Press the Macro [1], [2], or [3]
button.
The actions in the macro are performed
in the order in which they were programmed.
V3
1
2
3
+
V4
Multi CH
DVD
T V CH
-
4
5
6
CD
Tape
Tuner
7
8
9
0
Clear
TV VOL
Phono
+10
--/---
Input Selector
Macro
1
1
1
2
3
Zone 2
Remote Mode
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Tape
TV
Dimmer
TV
Input
Sleep
To
pM
Men
u
en u
+
CH
VOL
Enter
Disc
Ex
Prev
CH
Display
1
Remote Mode
Receiver
DVD
CD
MD/CDR
VCR
Cable
SAT
Tape
TV
Re
it
turn
G
e
uid
p
S etu
Muting
While holding down the Remote
Mode button for the mode that
you want to learn the macro,
press Macro button [1], [2], or [3].
The Remote indicator lights up.
Macro
1
2
3
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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.
Power
Can’t turn on the AV receiver?
• Make sure that the power cord is properly plugged into
the wall outlet.
• Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet, wait five
seconds or more, then plug it in again.
The AV receiver turns off as soon as it’s turned
on?
• The amp protection circuit has been activated.
Remove the power cord from the wall outlet immediately and contact the dealer from whom you purchased
this unit.
Audio
There’s no sound, or it’s very quiet?
• Make sure that all audio connecting plugs are pushed
in all the way (page 21).
• Make sure that the inputs and outputs of all components are connected properly (page 21).
• Make sure that the polarity of the speaker cables is
correct, and that the bare wires are in contact with
metal part of each speaker terminal (page 23)
• Make sure that the input source is properly selected
(page 53).
• Make sure that the speaker cables are not shorting.
• Check the volume. It can be set to MIN, 1 through 99,
or MAX (page 53). The AV receiver is designed for
home theater enjoyment. It has a wide volume range,
allowing precise adjustment.
• If the MUTING indicator is shown on the display,
press the remote controller’s [Muting] button to
unmute the AV receiver (page 54).
• While a pair of headphones is connected to the Phones
jack, no sound is output by the speakers (page 54).
• Check the digital audio output setting on the connected device. On some games 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.
• For the DTR-5.5, if your turntable doesn’t have a
built-in phono preamp, you must connect one between
it and the AV receiver. If your turntable uses an MC
cartridge, you must connect an MC head amp, or an
MC transformer and phono equalizer.
• For the DTR-6.5, if your turntable uses an MC cartridge, you must connect an MC head amp or an MC
transformer (see page 36).
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• Make sure that none of the connecting cables are bent,
twisted, or damaged.
• Not all listening modes use all speakers (page 60).
• Specify the speaker distances (page 48) and adjust the
individual speaker levels (page 50).
• Make sure that the speaker setup microphone is not
still connected.
Only the front speakers produce sound?
• When the Stereo listening mode is selected, only the
front speakers and subwoofer produce sound.
• When the Direct or Pure Audio listening mode is
selected, only the front speakers produce sound.
• Make sure the speakers are configured correctly
(page 46).
Only the center speaker produces sound?
• If you use the Pro Logic IIx Movie or Pro Logic IIx
Music listening mode with a mono source, such as an
AM radio station or mono TV program, the sound is
concentrated in the center speaker.
• Make sure the speakers are configured correctly
(page 46).
The surround speakers produce no sound?
• When the Stereo, Direct, or Pure Audio listening mode
is selected, the surround speakers produce no sound
(page 60).
• 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
(page 46).
The center speaker produces no sound?
• When the Mono, Stereo, Direct, Pure Audio, or
Orchestra listening mode is selected, the center
speaker produces no sound (page 61).
• Make sure the speakers are configured correctly
(page 46).
The surround back speakers produce no
sound?
• The surround back speakers are not used with all listening modes. Select another listening mode
(page 60).
• Not much sound may be produced by the surround
back speakers with some sources.
• Make sure the speakers are configured correctly
(page 46).
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Troubleshooting—Continued
The subwoofer produces no sound?
• When you play source material that contains no information in the LFE channel, the subwoofer produces
no sound.
• Make sure the speakers are configured correctly
(page 46).
There’s no sound with a certain signal format?
• Check the digital audio output setting on the connected device. On some games 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.
• Depending on the input signal, some listening modes
cannot be selected (page 59).
Can’t select the DTS-ES Discrete/Matrix or THX
Surround EX (DTR-6.5 only) listening modes?
• These modes cannot be selected when no surround
back speakers are connected, or the Zone 2 speakers
are being used.
Can’t get 6.1 playback?
• If no surround back speakers are connected, or the
Zone 2 speakers are being used, 6.1 playback is not
possible.
The volume cannot be set to 99?
• When the levels of all speakers have been calibrated
(page 50), the maximum volume setting may change.
Noise can be heard?
• Using cable ties to bundle audio cables with power
cords, speaker cables, and so on may degrade the
audio performance, so don’t do 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
(page 62).
The DVD analog multichannel input doesn’t
work?
• Check the DVD analog multichannel input connections (page 29).
• To select the DVD analog multichannel input, press
the [Multi CH] input selector button.
• Check the audio output settings on your DVD player.
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.
• When 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.
Video
There’s no picture?
• Make sure that all video connecting plugs are pushed
in all the way (page 21).
• Make sure that each video component is properly connected.
• If your video component is connected to a component
video input, your TV must be connected to the component video output (page 26).
• On your TV, make sure that the video input to which
the AV receiver is connected is selected.
• While the Pure Audio listening mode is selected, the
video circuits are turned off and the AV receiver outputs no video signals.
The onscreen menus don’t appear?
• Make sure that the video settings are correct
(page 43).
• On your TV, make sure that the video input to which
the AV receiver is connected is selected.
• Depending on the display device, when the “b. Scan
Mode” setting on the “6-3. OSD Setup” menu is set to
Non-Interlaced, the onscreen setup menus may not
appear. If this happens, use the AV receiver’s display
and change that setting to Interlaced.
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Troubleshooting—Continued
Tuner
Reception is noisy, FM stereo reception is
noisy, or the FM STEREO indicator doesn’t
appear?
• Relocate your antenna.
• Move the AV receiver away from your TV or computer.
• Listen to the station in mono (page 56).
• 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.
Remote Controller
The remote controller doesn’t work?
• Make sure that the batteries are installed with the correct polarity (page 13).
• Install new batteries. Don’t mix different types of batteries, or old and new batteries (page 13).
• 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 (page 13).
• Make sure that the AV receiver is not subjected to
direct sunshine or inverter-type fluorescent lights.
Relocate if necessary.
• 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.
• Make sure you’ve selected the correct remote controller mode (page 13).
• 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
code.
Can’t control other components?
• If it’s an Integra component, make sure that the
cable and analog audio cable are connected properly.
Connecting only an
cable won’t work (page 37).
• Make sure you’ve selected the correct remote controller mode (page 14).
• If you connect an MD recorder or CD recorder to the
TAPE jacks, be sure to set make the necessary setting
(pages 52 and 80).
• 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 learnt, especially those that transmit several
instructions with a single button press.
• The wrong remote control code has been entered.
• The entered remote control code may not be correct. If
more than one code is listed, try each one.
• With some AV components, certain buttons may not
work as expected, and some may not work at all.
• To control Integra components, point the remote controller at the AV receiver.
• To control another manufacturer’s component, point
the remote controller at that component.
Recording
Can’t record?
• On your recorder, make sure the correct input is
selected (e.g., digital or analog).
Zone 2
Zone 2 has turned off?
• Was the Sleep function set? The Sleep function turns
off Zone 2 as well as the AV receiver. To set the Sleep
function for Zone 2 only, see page 77.
There’s no sound?
• Since the Zone 2 function and the REC OUT outputs
use the same circuitry, you cannot use Zone 2 and
record at the same time. When the [Rec Out] button is
pressed, Zone 2 is turned off.
• Only components connected to analog inputs can be
played in Zone 2.
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Troubleshooting—Continued
Others
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,
Direct, or Pure Audio. When you disconnect the headphones, the previous listening mode will be resumed.
The speaker volume cannot be set as required?
• When the Automatic Speaker Setup function is used,
or the volume is adjusted on the onscreen setup
menus, the maximum possible volume setting may
change.
The speaker distance cannot be set as
required?
• In some cases, corrected values suitable for home theater use may be set automatically.
The display doesn’t work?
• The display is turned off when the Pure Audio listening mode is selected.
• Actions are not displayed on the TV or projector that’s
connected to the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT.
How do I change the language of a multiplex
source?
• Use the “a. Input Channel” setting on the “3-5. Multiplex” menu to select Main or Sub (page 67).
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 again.
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.
Resetting the AV receiver to its factory defaults
To reset the AV receiver to its factory defaults, turn it on
and, while holding down the [VIDEO 1] button, press
the [Standby/On] button. “CLEAR” will appear on the
display and the AV receiver will enter Standby mode.
The AV receiver uses a battery-less memory backup
system in order to retain radio presets and other settings when it’s unplugged or in the case of a power failure. Although no batteries are required, the AV receiver
must be plugged into an AC outlet in order to charge the
backup system.
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Specifications (DTR-6.5)
Amplifier Section
General
Power Output
(2 channels driven):
Power Supply
Dynamic Power
THD (Total Harmonic
Distortion)
Damping Factor
Input Sensitivity and
Impedance
Output Level and
Impeadance
Phono Overload
Frequency Response
Tone Control
SN Ratio
Speaker Impedance
100 W + 100 W (8Ω,20Hz–20kHz,FTC)
130 W + 130 W (6Ω,1kHz,DIN)
160 W + 160 W (6Ω,1kHz,JEITA)
230 W + 230 W (3Ω,Front)
170 W + 170 W (4Ω,Front)
115 W + 115 W (8Ω,Front)
0.08 % (Power Rated)
60 (Front,1kHz,8Ω)
200 mV/ 47 kΩ (LINE)
2.5 mV/ 4.7 kΩ (PHONO MM)
200 mV/ 470 Ω (REC OUT)
70 mV (MM 1kHz 0.5 %)
10 Hz–100 kHz/ +1 dB-3 dB (Direct
mode)
±10 dB, 50 Hz (BASS)
±10 dB, 10 kHz (TREBLE)
106 dB (LINEIHF-A)
80 dB (PHONO,IHF-A)
American : 6Ω~
other :4 Ω~
Power Comsumption
Stand-by Power
Comsumption
1.0 W
Dimensions(W x H x D) 435 W x 175 H x 428 D mm
17-1/8" W x 6-7/8" H x 16-7/8" D inches
Weight
15.2 kg
33.5 lbs
■ Video Inputs
Component Video Input 1,2,3
S-Video Compatible Jack
Input
DVD,VIDEO1,VIDEO2,VIDEO3,
VIDEO4
A/V Input
DVD,VIDEO1,VIDEO2,VIDEO3,
VIDEO4
■ Video Outputs
Component Video
Output
OUT
S-Video Compatible Jack
Output
MONITOR OUT,VIDEO1,VIDEO2
A/V Output
MONITOR OUT,VIDEO1,VIDEO2
Video Section
■ Audio Inputs
Input Sensitivity/Output
Level and Impedance
1 Vp-p /75Ω (Component and S-Video Y)
0.7 Vp-p /75Ω (Component Pb/Cb,Pr/Cr)
0.28 Vp-p /75Ω(S-Video C)
1 Vp-p /75Ω(Composite)
Component Video
Frequency Response
5 Hz – 50 MHz
Digital Inputs
Tuner Section
■ FM
Tuning Frequency RangeAmerican: 87.5 MHz– 107.9 MHz
Other : 87.5 MHz– 108.0 MHz
Usable Sensitivity
Stereo; 17.2 dBf 2 µV(75Ω IHF)
Mono; 11.2 dBf 1 µV(75Ω IHF)
S/N Ratio
Stereo; 70 dB (IHF-A)
Mono; 76 dB (IHF-A)
THD
Stereo; 0.3 % (1kHz)
Mono 0.2 % (1kHz)
Frequency Response
30 Hz–15 kHz / ±1 dB
Stereo Separation
45 dB ( 1kHz )
American: AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Australian: AC 230-240 V, 50 Hz
American : 8.1A
Others : 700 W
Analog Inputs
Multichannel Inputs
Optical : 5 , 1 (Front Panel )
Coaxial : 2
DVD(MULTICHANNEL),VIDEO1,VID
EO2,VIDEO3,VIDEO4,TAPE,CD,PHO
NO
6
■ Audio Outputs
Digital Outputs
Analog Outputs
Multichannel Pre
Outputs
Subwoofer Pre Outputs
Speaker Outputs
Phones
Optical : 1
Coaxial : 1
TAPE,VIDEO1,VIDEO2
7
1
9
1
■ Other Jacks
RS-232 Control
IR Input/Output
12V Trigger Out
1
1
3
■ AM
Tuning Frequency RangeAmerican: 530 kHz–1700 kHz
Others: 522 kHz–1611 kHz
Usable Sensitivity
30 µV
S/N Ratio
40 dB
THD
0.70%
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Specifications and features are subject to change without
notice.
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Specifications (DTR-5.5)
Amplifier Section
General
Power Output
(2 channels driven):
Power Supply
Dynamic Power
THD (Total Harmonic
Distortion)
Damping Factor
Input Sensitivity and
Impedance
Output Level and
Impeadance
Frequency Response
Tone Control
SN Ratio
Speaker Impedance
85 W + 85 W (8Ω,20Hz–20kHz, FTC)
120 W +120 W (6Ω,1kHz,DIN)
150 W + 150 W (6Ω,1kHz,JEITA)
220 W + 220 W (3Ω,Front)
165 W + 165 W (4Ω,Front)
100 W + 100 W (8Ω,Front)
0.08 % (Power Rated)
60 (Front,1kHz,8Ω)
200 mV/ 47 kΩ (LINE)
200 mV/ 470 Ω (REC OUT)
10 Hz–100 kHz/ +1 dB-3 dB (Direct
mode)
±10 dB, 50 Hz (BASS)
±10 dB, 10 kHz (TREBLE)
106 dB (LINEIHF-A)
American : 6Ω–
Others :4 Ω–
Video Section
Input Sensitivity/Output
Level and Impedance
1 Vp-p /75Ω (Component and S-Video Y)
0.7 Vp-p /75Ω (Component Pb/Cb,Pr/Cr)
0.28 Vp-p /75Ω(S-Video C)
1 Vp-p /75Ω(Composite)
Component Video
Frequency Response
5 Hz – 50 MHz
Tuner Section
■ FM
Tuning Frequency RangeAmierican; 87.5 MHz– 107.9 MHz
Others; 87.5 MHz– 108.0 MHz
Usable Sensitivity
Stereo:17.2 dBf 2 µV(75Ω IHF)
Mono: 11.2 dBf 1 µV(75Ω IHF)
S/N Ratio
Stereo: 70 dB (IHF-A)
Mono:76 dB (IHF-A)
THD
Stereo: 0.3 % (1kHz)
Mono:0.2 % (1kHz)
Frequency Response
30 Hz–15 kHz / ±1 dB
Stereo Separation
45 dB ( 1kHz )
Power Comsumption
American: AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Australian: AC 230-240 V, 50 Hz
American : 6.7A
Others: 650 W
Stand-by Power
Comsumption
1.0 W
Dimensions(W x H x D) 435 W x 175 H x 428 D mm
17-1/8" W x 6-7/8" H x 16-7/8" D inches
Weight
13.4 kg
29.5 lbs
■ Video Inputs
Component Video Input 1,2,3
S-Video Compatible Jack
Input
DVD,VIDEO1,VIDEO2,VIDEO3,
VIDEO4
A/V Input
DVD,VIDEO1,VIDEO2,VIDEO3,
VIDEO4
■ Video Outputs
Component Video
Output
OUT
S-Video Compatible Jack
Output
MONITOR OUT,VIDEO1,VIDEO2
A/V Output
MONITOR OUT,VIDEO1,VIDEO2
■ Audio Inputs
Digital Inputs
Analog Inputs
Multichannel Inputs
Optical :4(American)/ 3(other) 1 (Front
Panel )
Coaxial : 2
DVD(MULTICHANNEL),VIDEO1,
VIDEO2,VIDEO3,VIDEO4,TAPE,CD
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■ Audio Outputs
Digital Outputs
Analog Outputs
Subwoofer Pre Outputs
Speaker Outputs
Phones
1 (Optical ) 0 (Coaxial )
TAPE,VIDEO1,VIDEO2
1
9
1
■ Other Jacks
RS-232 Control
IR Input/Output
12V Trigger Out
1
1
3
■ AM
Tuning Frequency RangeAmerican; 530 kHz–1700 kHz
Others; 522 kHz–1611 kHz
Usable Sensitivity
30 µV
S/N Ratio
40 dB
THD
0.70%
Specifications and features are subject to change without
notice.
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Integra Division of
ONKYO U.S.A. CORPORATION
18 park Way, Upper Saddle River, N.J. 07458, U.S.A.
Tel: 201-785-2600 Fax: 201-785-2650 http://www.integrahometheater.com
Integra Division of
ONKYO CORPORATION
Sales & Product Planning Div.: 2-1, Nisshin-cho, Neyagawa-shi, OSAKA 572-8540, JAPAN
Tel: 072-831-8023 Fax: 072-831-8124
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