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Connecting an iPod or USB memory device
to the USB port··············································································· 34
Connecting an FM antenna························································· 36
Connecting to a home network (LAN)····································· 37
Connecting a wireless receiver (RX101)·································· 39
Connecting an external control device···································· 40
Accessories························································································· 6
Inserting the batteries······································································· 7
Operating range of the remote control unit······································ 7
Features······························································································· 8
High quality sound············································································· 8
High performance············································································· 8
Easy operation··················································································· 9
Remotely connecting Marantz devices··········································· 40
Remotely control a Marantz Blu-ray Disc player by the
Marantz Remote App······································································ 41
Connecting the power cord························································· 42
Part names and functions
Front panel······················································································· 10
Display······························································································· 13
Rear panel························································································· 14
Remote control unit······································································· 16
Playback
Basic operation··············································································· 44
Connections
Turning the power on······································································ 44
Selecting the input source······························································ 44
Adjusting the master volume·························································· 45
Turning off the sound temporarily··················································· 45
Playing a DVD player/Blu-ray Disc player········································ 45
Playing an iPod················································································ 46
Listening to music on an iPod························································· 47
iPod Browse Mode settings···························································· 48
Performing repeat playback···························································· 49
Performing random playback·························································· 49
Speaker connection······································································· 19
Speaker installation········································································· 19
Speaker connection········································································· 21
Connecting a TV············································································· 26
Connection 1 : TV equipped with an HDMI connector and
compatible with the ARC (Audio Return Channel)·························· 27
Connection 2 : TV equipped with an HDMI connector···················· 28
Connection 3 : TV without an HDMI connector······························ 29
Connecting a playback device···················································· 30
Connecting a set-top box (Satellite tuner/cable TV)························ 31
Connecting a DVD player································································ 32
Connecting a video camcorder or other device······························· 33
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Playing a USB memory device··················································· 50
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Viewing photographs on the Flickr site·································· 75
Playing files stored on USB memory devices································· 51
Listening to FM broadcasts························································· 53
Listening to FM broadcasts····························································· 54
Tuning in by entering the frequency (Direct Tune)·························· 55
RDS search····················································································· 56
PTY search······················································································ 56
TP search························································································ 57
Radio Text······················································································· 58
Changing the tuning mode (Tune Mode)········································ 58
Listening to preset stations····························································· 58
Presetting the current broadcast station (Preset Memory)············· 59
Tuning in to stations and presetting them automatically
(Auto Preset)··················································································· 60
Specify a name for the preset broadcast station (Preset Name)···· 60
Skipping preset broadcast stations (Preset Skip)···························· 61
Cancelling preset skip····································································· 61
Listening to Internet Radio·························································· 62
Listening to Internet Radio······························································ 63
Playing the last played Internet Radio station································· 64
Using vTuner to add Internet Radio stations to favorites················ 65
Playing back files stored on a PC and NAS···························· 66
Applying media sharing settings····················································· 67
Playing back files stored on a PC and NAS····································· 68
Listening to Last.fm······································································· 70
Listening to Last.fm········································································ 71
Log Out··························································································· 74
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Viewing photographs shared by particular users···························· 76
Viewing all photographs on Flickr···················································· 78
Listening to Spotify······································································· 79
Listening to Spotify········································································· 79
Adding to the FAVORITE STATION button···························· 83
Playing back content added to the FAVORITE STATION button····· 84
AirPlay function·············································································· 85
Playing songs from your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad······················· 85
Playing iTunes music with this unit················································· 86
Selecting multiple speakers (devices)············································· 86
Perform iTunes playback operations with the
remote control unit of this unit························································ 87
Convenience functions································································· 88
Performing repeat playback···························································· 89
Performing random playback·························································· 89
Registering to Favorites·································································· 90
Playing back content added in “Save to Favorite”·························· 90
Deleting content added to favorites················································ 91
Searching content with keywords (Text Search)·························· 91
Playing back music and a favorite picture at the same time
(Slideshow)······················································································ 92
Setting the Slideshow Interval (Slideshow Time)···························· 93
Displaying your desired video during audio playback
(Video Select)·················································································· 93
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Selecting a sound mode······························································· 94
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Audio································································································ 120
Selecting a sound mode·································································· 95
Direct playback················································································ 96
Pure Direct playback······································································· 96
Auto surround playback··································································· 97
HDMI control function································································· 104
Setting procedure·········································································· 104
Sleep timer function···································································· 105
Using the sleep timer···································································· 105
Web control function··································································· 106
Controlling the unit from a web control········································ 106
Dual backup memory function················································· 108
Remembering set details (Backup)··············································· 108
Recalling remembered details (Recovery)····································· 108
Panel lock function······································································· 109
Disabling all key button operations··············································· 109
Disabling all button operations except VOLUME·························· 109
Canceling the Panel lock function················································· 110
Remote lock function·································································· 111
Disabling the sensor function of the remote control unit·············· 111
Enabling the remote sensor function············································ 111
Dialog Level··················································································· 120
Subwoofer Level··········································································· 120
Surr.Parameter·············································································· 121
Tone······························································································ 123
M-DAX··························································································· 124
Audio Delay··················································································· 124
Volume·························································································· 124
Audyssey······················································································· 125
Manual EQ···················································································· 127
Video································································································ 129
HDMI Setup·················································································· 129
On Screen Disp.············································································ 130
TV Format······················································································ 131
Inputs······························································································· 132
Input Assign·················································································· 132
Source Rename············································································· 134
Hide Sources················································································· 134
Source Level················································································· 134
Input Select··················································································· 135
Speakers························································································· 136
Audyssey® Setup········································································· 136
Procedure for speaker settings (Audyssey® Setup)····················· 138
Error messages············································································· 143
Retrieving Audyssey® Setup settings············································ 144
Settings
Menu map······················································································· 112
Menu operation············································································· 118
Inputting characters···································································· 119
Keyboard screen··········································································· 119
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Manual Setup················································································ 145
Speaker Config.············································································· 145
Distances······················································································ 146
Levels···························································································· 146
Crossovers···················································································· 147
Bass······························································································ 148
Network·························································································· 149
Information···················································································· 149
IP Control······················································································ 149
Friendly Name··············································································· 149
Settings························································································· 150
Diagnostics···················································································· 151
Maintenance Mode······································································· 152
General···························································································· 153
Language······················································································· 153
Auto Standby················································································· 153
Front Display················································································· 153
Information···················································································· 154
Usage Data···················································································· 155
Firmware······················································································· 156
Setup Lock···················································································· 158
About HDMI····················································································· 175
Playing back USB memory devices············································· 178
Playing back files stored on PC or NAS······································ 179
Playing back Internet Radio·························································· 180
Personal memory plus function··················································· 180
Last function memory···································································· 180
Sound modes and channel output··············································· 181
Sound modes and surround parameters···································· 182
Types of input signals, and corresponding sound modes······· 185
Explanation of terms······································································ 187
Trademark information··································································· 192
Specifications·················································································· 194
Index································································································· 196
License····························································································· 199
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Tips································································································ 160
Troubleshooting············································································ 162
Resetting factory settings·························································· 174
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Thank you for purchasing this Marantz product. To ensure proper operation, please read this owner’s manual carefully before using the product.
After reading this manual, be sure to keep it for future reference.
Accessories
Check that the following parts are supplied with the product.
qGetting Started
wCD-ROM (Owner’s Manual)
eSafety Instructions
rPower cord
tRemote control unit (RC020SR)
yR03/AAA batteries
uFM indoor antenna
iSetup and measurement
microphone (ACM1HB)
oCable label
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Inserting the batteries
Operating range of the remote control
unit
q Remove the rear lid in the direction of the
arrow and remove it.
w Load the two batteries properly as
indicated by the q and w marks in the
battery compartment.
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Point the remote control unit at the remote sensor when operating it.
Approx. 7 m
R03/AAA
30° 30°
e Put the rear cover back on.
NOTE
•When inserting the batteries, be sure to do so in the proper direction, following the
q and w marks in the battery compartment.
•To prevent damage or leakage of battery fluid:
•Do not use a new battery together with an old one.
•Do not use two different types of batteries.
•Remove the batteries from the remote control unit if it will not be in use for long
periods.
•If the battery fluid should leak, carefully wipe the fluid off the inside of the battery
compartment and insert new batteries.
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Features
•Compatible with “Marantz Remote App”z for performing basic
operations of the unit with an iPad, iPhone or Android smartphone
“Marantz Remote App” is application software that allows you to
perform basic operations with an iPad, iPhone, Android smartphone or
Android tablet such as turning the unit ON/OFF, controlling the volume,
and switching the source.
zz Download the appropriate “Marantz Remote App” for iOS and
Android devices. This unit needs to be connected to your LAN and
the iPhone/iPod touch or other device needs to be connected to the
same network by Wi-Fi (wireless LAN).
High quality sound
•With discrete circuit technology, the power amplifier provides
identical quality for all 5-channels (50 Watts x 5-channels)
For optimum realism and stunning dynamic range, the power amplifier
section features discrete power devices (not integrated circuitry).
By using high current, high power discrete power devices, the amplifier
is able to easily drive high quality speakers.
High performance
•HDMI connections enable quick connection to various digital AV
devices (6 inputs, 1 output)
The unit is equipped with 6 HDMI input connectors for connecting
devices with HDMI connectors, such as a Blu-ray Disc player, game
console, HD digital camcorder, HDTVs, etc.
•Supports Internet Radio, music, and photograph streaming
Supports AirPlay® (vpage 85)
You can enjoy a wide variety of content, including listening to Internet
Radio, playing audio files stored on your PC, and displaying photographs
stored on your PC on our television.
This unit also supports Apple AirPlay which lets you stream your music
library from an iPhone®, iPad®, iPod touch® or iTunes®.
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•Supports HDMI (3D, ARC, Deep Color, “x.v.Color”, Auto Lip Sync)
and HDMI control function (vpage 175)
Advanced HDMI features are supported, including 3D passthrough,
Audio Return Channel, Auto Lip Sync, Deep Color and “x.v.Color”, and
HDMI CEC control functions.
•“Setup Assistant” provides easy-to-follow setup instructions
First select the language when prompted. Then simply follow the
instructions displayed on the TV screen to set up the speakers, network,
etc.
•New easy setup
New, easy to connect speaker connectors with horizontal layout.
•Easy to use Graphical User Interface
This unit is equipped with an easy to see Graphical User Interface that
uses menu displays and features colorful icons and easy to understand
controls for maximum ease of use.
•M-XPort (Marantz-eXtension Port) (vpage 39)
This unit is equipped with the M-XPort, a Marantz original innovation
that provides outstanding expandability. You can connect the Wireless
Receiver RX101 (sold separately) to this port.
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•Direct play for iPod and iPhone via USB (vpage 34)
Music data from an iPod or iPhone can be played back if you connect
the USB cable supplied with the iPod via the USB port of this unit, and
also an iPod and iPhone can be controlled with the remote control that
comes with this unit.
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eHeadphones jack (PHONES)
Used to connect headphones.
When the headphones are plugged into this jack, audio will no longer be
output from the connected speakers or from the PRE OUT connectors.
NOTE
•To prevent hearing loss, do not raise the volume level excessively when using
headphones.
q w e r ty u
rSETUP MIC jack
i
Used to connect the supplied Setup and measurement microphone
(vpage 139).
qPower indicator
tM-DAX button
This is lit as follows according to the power status:
•Power on : Off
•Normal standby : Red
•When “HDMI PassThrough” (vpage 129) or “HDMI Control”
(vpage 129) is set to “On” : Orange
•When “IP Control” (vpage 149) is set to “Always On” : Orange
This enables the M-DAX mode (vpage 124).
ySLEEP button
This sets the sleep timer (vpage 105).
uTuner preset channel buttons (PRESET CH +, –)
These select preset FM radio stations (vpage 58).
wPower operation button (X)
iDISPLAY button
This turns the power on/off (standby) (vpage 44).
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Q3AUX-HDMI connector
Q4
Used to connect devices such as video camcorders and game consoles
(vpage 33).
Q4VOLUME knob
This adjusts the volume level (vpage 45).
Q5PURE DIRECT indicator
This lights when the PURE DIRECT mode is selected as the sound
mode (vpage 96).
oQ0 Q1Q2 Q3
Q6Display
This displays various pieces of information (vpage 13).
oSTATUS button
Q7Remote control sensor
Each press of this switches the status information that is shown on the
display (vpage 48).
This receives signals from the remote control unit (vpage 7).
Q0SOUND MODE button
Q8M-DAX indicator
Q1PURE DIRECT button
Q9INPUT SELECTOR knob
This lights when the M-DAX mode is selected (vpage 124).
This switches the sound mode (vpage 95).
This selects the input source (vpage 44).
This switches the sound mode between DIRECT, PURE DIRECT and
AUTO (vpage 96, 97).
Q2USB port
Used to connect USB storages (such as USB memory devices) and the
USB cable supplied with iPod (vpage 34).
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qInformation display
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uTuner reception mode indicators
The input source name, sound mode, setting values and other
information are displayed here.
These light according to the reception conditions when the input
source is set to “TUNER”.
STEREO : In FM mode, this lights up when receiving stereo broadcasts.
TUNED : Lights up when the broadcast is properly tuned in.
RDS : Lights up when receiving RDS broadcasts.
iAudyssey® indicator
This indicator lights when the “MultEQ®” (vpage 125), “Dynamic
EQ” (vpage 126) or “Dynamic Volume” (vpage 127) setting is
set to other than “Off”.
wInput signal indicators
eMUTE indicator
This blinks while the sound is muted (vpage 45).
rMaster volume indicator
tCircle indicator
Circle indicator is displayed when the input source is “NETWORK” or
“iPod/USB” when you are playing back music.
oDecoder indicator
ySleep timer indicator
These light when Dolby or DTS signals are input or when the Dolby or
DTS decoder is running.
This lights when the sleep mode is selected (vpage 105).
Q0Input mode indicators
Set the audio input modes for the different input sources (vpage 135).
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yAC inlet (AC IN)
u
Used to connect the power cord (vpage 42).
uHDMI connectors
Used to connect devices
(vpage 27, 28, 31, 32).
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with
HDMI
connectors
iDigital audio connectors (DIGITAL AUDIO)
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Used to connect devices equipped with digital audio connectors
(vpage 28, 29, 31).
y
oNetwork connector (NETWORK)
Used to connect this unit to the network (vpage 37).
qFM antenna terminals (ANTENNA)
Q0REMOTE CONTROL connectors
Used to connect FM antennas (vpage 36).
Used to connect infrared receivers/transmitters in order to operate this
unit and external devices from a different room (vpage 40).
wAnalog audio connectors (AUDIO)
Used to connect devices equipped with analog audio connectors
(vpage 25, 31, 32).
Q1M-XPort connector
Used to connect to a wireless receiver (RX101, sold separately)
(vpage 39).
ePRE OUT connectors
Used to connect a subwoofer with a built-in amplifier (vpage 22,
24, 25).
rVideo connectors (VIDEO)
Used to connect devices
(vpage 29, 31, 32).
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with
video
NOTE
•Do not touch the inner pins of the connectors on the rear panel. Electrostatic
discharge may cause permanent damage to the unit.
connectors
tSpeaker terminals (SPEAKERS)
Used to connect speakers (vpage 21).
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qSLEEP button
This sets the sleep timer (vpage 105).
q
wInput source select buttons
These select the input source (vpage 44).
eSOUND MODE buttons
These select the sound mode (vpage 94).
•MOVIE button
•MUSIC button
•GAME button
•PURE button
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rInformation button (INFO)
This displays the status information on the TV screen (vpage 155).
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tCursor buttons (uio p)
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These select items (vpage 118).
yENTER button
This determines the selection (vpage 118).
uBACK button
This returns to the previous screen (vpage 118).
iFAVORITE STATION buttons (1 – 3)
With a single press of these, you can call up registered radio stations
and contents (vpage 83).
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oSystem buttons
These perform playback related operations (vpage 46).
•Skip buttons (8, 9)
•Play button (1)
•Pause button (3)
Q0
Q1
Tuning up / Tuning down buttons (TUNE +, –)
These operate the tuner (vpage 54).
Q2
Q0Remote control signal transmitter
Q3
Q1POWER button (X)
This transmits signals from the remote control unit (vpage 7).
This turns the power on/off (vpage 44).
Q2Channel buttons (CHANNEL +, –)
These select preset radio stations (vpage 58).
Q4
Q3Page search buttons (PAGE df)
These switch pages (vpage 48).
Q5
Q4OPTION button
This displays the option menu on the TV screen (vpage 88).
Q6
Q7
Q5VOLUME buttons (df)
These adjust the volume level (vpage 45).
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Q6SETUP button
This displays the menu on the TV screen (vpage 118).
Q7MUTE button (
)
This mutes the output audio (vpage 45).
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22Cables used for connections
Speaker connection (vpage 19)
Provide necessary cables according to the devices you want to connect.
Connecting a TV (vpage 26)
Connecting a playback device (vpage 30)
Speaker cable
Connecting an iPod or USB memory device to the USB
port (vpage 34)
Subwoofer cable
HDMI cable
Connecting an FM antenna (vpage 36)
Video cable
Connecting to a home network (LAN) (vpage 37)
Coaxial digital cable
Connecting a wireless receiver (RX101) (vpage 39)
Optical cable
Connecting an external control device (vpage 40)
Audio cable
Connecting the power cord (vpage 42)
LAN cable
L
L
R
R
NOTE
•Do not plug in the power cord until all connections have been completed.
However, when the “Setup Assistant” is running, follow the instructions in the
“Setup Assistant” (C page 7) screen for making connections. (During “Setup
Assistant” operation, the input/output connectors do not conduct current.)
•Do not bundle power cords together with connection cables. Doing so can result
in noise.
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Speaker connection
Install speakers and connect them to this unit (vpage 19, 21).
Speaker installation
Determine the speaker system depending on the number of speakers you are using and install each speaker and subwoofer in the room. Here, we explain
how to install the speakers using a typical example.
FL
FL/FR : Place the FRONT left and right speakers an equal distance from
the main listening position. The distance between each speaker
and your TV should also be the same.
C : Place the CENTER speaker in between the front speakers and above
or below your TV.
SL/SR : Place the SURROUND left and right speakers an equal distance
to the left and right sides, slightly behind, and aimed at the main
listening position.
SW : Place the SUBWOOFER at a convenient location near the front
speakers.
FR
SW
C
SL
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The height does not need to be exactly the same.
FL
Surround
speaker
z1 22˚ – 30˚
z2120˚
FR
SW
C
z1
z2
60 – 90 cm
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SR
Front
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Carefully check the left (L) and right (R) channels and + (red) and –
(black) polarities on the speakers being connected to this unit, and be
sure to connect the channels and polarities correctly.
Here we connect the speakers in the room to this unit.
This section explains how to connect them using typical examples.
NOTE
•Disconnect this unit’s power plug from the power outlet before connecting the
speakers. Also, turn off the subwoofer.
•Connect so that the speaker cable core wires do not protrude from the speaker
terminal. The protection circuit may be activated if the core wires touch the rear
panel or if the + and – sides touch each other (vpage 190 “Protection circuit”).
•Never touch the speaker terminals while the power cord is connected. Doing so
could result in electric shock. When the “Setup Assistant” is running, follow the
instructions in the “Setup Assistant” screen for making connections. (Power is not
supplied to the speaker terminals while the “Setup Assistant” is running.)
•Use speakers with an impedance of 6 – 16 Ω/ohms.
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1
Peel off about 10 mm of sheathing from
the tip of the speaker cable, then either
twist the core wire tightly or terminate it.
2
Turn the speaker terminal counterclockwise
to loosen it.
3
Insert the speaker cable’s core wire to the
hilt into the speaker terminal.
4
Turn the speaker terminal clockwise to
tighten it.
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22Connecting the subwoofer
Use a subwoofer cable to connect the subwoofer.
SW
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22About the speaker cable label (supplied) for
channel identification
Speaker
This unit
Color
White
Red
Green
Light blue
Blue
Attach the speaker cable label for each channel to its speaker cable as
shown in the diagram.
Then, make connection so that the color of the speaker terminal
matches that of the speaker cable label.
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GHow to attach the speaker cable labelH
The channel display section for speaker terminals on the rear panel is
color-coded for each channel to be identifiable.
Speaker terminals
FRONT L
FRONT R
CENTER
SURROUND L
SURROUND R
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22Standard speaker connection
The figure below shows an example of standard speaker connection.
SW
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22Connecting a front speaker that uses a power amplifier
This unit supports connection of a front speaker that uses an external power amplifier to increase its output.
Connect a separately sold power amplifier to the PRE OUT (FL/FR) connector of this unit.
Power
amplifier
AUDIO
FRONT
SUBWOOFER
L
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R
L
R
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R
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Connecting a TV
Connect a TV to this unit so that the input video is output to the TV. You can also enjoy audio from the TV on this unit.
How to connect a TV depends on the connectors and functions equipped on the TV.
ARC function plays TV audio on this unit by sending the TV audio signal to this unit via HDMI cable.
Is the TV equipped with an HDMI connector?
No
Yes
Is the TV compatible with the ARC (Audio
Return Channel) ?
Yes
No
Connection 1
(vpage 27)
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Connection 1 : TV equipped with an HDMI connector and compatible with the ARC
(Audio Return Channel)
Use an HDMI cable to connect a TV that is compatible with the ARC function to this unit.
Set “HDMI Control” (vpage 129) to “On” when using a TV that supports the ARC function.
TV
HDMI
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Connection 2 : TV equipped with an HDMI connector
Use an HDMI cable to connect the TV to this unit.
To listen to audio from TV on this unit, use an optical cable to connect the TV to this unit.
TV
OUT
IN
OPTICAL
OUT
HDMI
IN
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•To output audio signals that are input from the HDMI input
connector to a TV connected via HDMI, set “HDMI Audio Out”
(vpage 129) to “TV”.
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Use a video cable to connect the TV to this unit.
To listen to audio from TV on this unit, use an optical cable to connect the TV to this unit.
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Connecting a playback device
This unit is equipped with two types of video input connectors (HDMI and composite video) and two types of video output connectors (HDMI and
composite video).
Select input connectors on this unit according to the connectors equipped on the device you want to connect.
If the device connected to this unit is equipped with an HDMI connector, it is recommended to use HDMI connections.
In the HDMI connection, audio and video signals can be transmitted through a single HDMI cable.
•Connecting a set-top box (Satellite tuner/cable TV) (vpage 31)
•Connecting a DVD player (vpage 32)
•Connecting a video camcorder or other device (vpage 33)
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•Connect devices to this unit as indicated by the input sources printed on the audio/video input connectors of this unit.
•This unit can change the source that is assigned to the HDMI IN, DIGITAL AUDIO IN, VIDEO IN and AUDIO IN connectors.
How to change the source assigned to connectors (vpage 132 “Input Assign”).
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Connecting a set-top box (Satellite tuner/cable TV)
This explanation uses the connection with a satellite tuner/cable TV STB as an example.
Select input connectors on this unit according to the connectors equipped on the device you want to connect.
(HDMI incompatible device)
Satellite tuner/Cable TV
AUDIO
L
VIDEO
COAXIAL
OUT
AUDIO
OUT
L
R
Satellite tuner/
Cable TV
VIDEO
OUT
HDMI
OUT
R
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This explanation uses the connection with a DVD players as an example.
Select input connectors on this unit according to the connectors equipped on the device you want to connect.
(HDMI incompatible
device)
DVD player
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VIDEO
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This explanation uses the connection with a video camcorders as an example.
Video
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HDMI
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Connecting an iPod or USB memory device to the USB port
To connect an iPod to this unit, use the USB adapter cable that was supplied with the iPod.
For operating instructions see “Playing an iPod” (vpage 46) or “Playing a USB memory device” (vpage 50).
USB
memory
device
iPod
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•Marantz does not guarantee that all USB memory devices will operate or receive power. When using a portable USB hard disk drive (HDD) which came with an AC adapter,
use that device’s supplied AC adapter.
NOTE
•USB memory devices will not work via a USB hub.
•It is not possible to use this unit by connecting the unit’s USB port to a PC via a USB cable.
•Do not use an extension cable when connecting a USB memory device. This may cause radio interference with other devices.
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22Supported iPod/iPhone models
•iPod classic
•iPod nano
•iPod touch
•iPhone
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Connecting an FM antenna
Direction of broadcasting station
After connecting the antenna and receiving a broadcast signal
(vpage 54 “Listening to FM broadcasts”), fix the antenna with tape in
a position where the noise level becomes minimal.
FM outdoor
antenna
75 Ω/ohms
coaxial cable
FM indoor antenna
(supplied)
NOTE
•Do not connect two FM antennas simultaneously.
•If you are unable to receive a good broadcast signal, we recommend installing an
outdoor antenna. For details, inquire at the retail store where you purchased the
unit.
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Connecting to a home network (LAN)
You can connect this unit to your home network (LAN) to perform various types of playbacks and operations as follows.
•Playback of network audio such as Internet
Radio and from your media server(s)
•Playback of music content from online
streaming services
•Using the Apple AirPlay function
•Operation on this unit via the network
•Firmware Update
NAS
(Network Attached
Storage)
PC
Modem
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To WAN side
•With this unit, it is possible to use the DHCP and
Auto IP functions to make the network settings
automatically.
•When using this unit connected to a network with no
DHCP function, make the settings for the IP address,
etc., at “Network” (vpage 149).
To LAN port
To LAN port
LAN port/
Ethernet
connector
LAN port/
Ethernet
connector
Router
For connections to the Internet, contact an ISP (Internet Service Provider) or a computer
shop.
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•When using this unit, we recommend you use a router equipped with the following
functions:
•Built-in DHCP server
This function automatically assigns IP addresses on the LAN.
•Built-in 100BASE-TX switch
When connecting multiple devices, we recommend a switching hub with a speed
of 100 Mbps or greater.
•Use only a shielded STP or ScTP LAN cable which is easily available at electronics
stores (CAT-5 or greater recommended).
•The normal shielded-type LAN cable is recommended. If a flat-type cable or
unshielded-type cable is used, other devices could be affected by noise.
NOTE
•The types of routers that can be used depend on the ISP. Contact your ISP or a
computer shop for details.
•This unit is not compatible with PPPoE. A PPPoE-compatible router is required if
you have a contract for a type of line set by PPPoE.
•Do not connect an NETWORK connector directly to the LAN port/ Ethernet
connector on your computer.
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Connecting a wireless receiver (RX101)
You can connect a wireless receiver (RX101,
sold separately) to play back music on your
Bluetooth device with this unit.
To do this, switch the input source to “M-XPort”
(vpage 44 “Selecting the input source”).
Wireless receiver (RX101)
%
•When connecting your Bluetooth device to the
wireless receiver for the first time, paring is necessary.
Once paring is completed, the communication
between your Bluetooth device and the wireless
receiver can be established just by connecting them.
Paring is necessary for each Bluetooth device.
•You can also use the wireless receiver as an IR
receiver. In this case, disable the remote control
signal receiving function (vpage 111 “Remote
lock function”).
•This unit supports the A2DP standard of the
Bluetooth profile.
Bluetooth device
(A2DP Compatibility)
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22Remotely connecting Marantz devices
Remotely connecting Marantz devices
When you are using a Marantz device other than this unit that supports
remote connection, you can transmit remote control signals just by
connecting the device to the REMOTE CONTROL IN/OUT connector
with a monaural cable.
Set the remote control switch located on the rear panel of the connected
audio component to “EXTERNAL” or “EXT.” to use this feature.
22Performing operations by RC on this unit
without visual contact
You can connect an external IR receiver to the REMOTE CONTROL
connectors to perform operations on this unit with the supplied remote
control unit without visual contact. This might be necessary if the unit
is hidden in a cupboard or corner, so you can't directly point with the
remote control unit to the device.
To do this, disable the remote control signal receiving function
(vpage 111 “Remote lock function”).
IR receiver
RC OUT
NOTE
•When the remote control signal receiving function is disabled, you can not perform
operations with the remote control unit.
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Remotely control a Marantz Blu-ray Disc
player by the Marantz Remote App
Marantz Blu-ray Disc player of newer generation also can be controlled
via a network receiver unit using the Marantz Remote App. Please ensure
REMOTE CONTROL system of the receiver unit and the Blu-ray Disc
player is set up as shown in the previous section.
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Connecting the power cord
After completing all the connections, insert the power plug into the power outlet.
Power cord
(supplied)
To household power outlet
(AC 230 V, 50/60 Hz)
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Turning the power on (vpage 44)
Listening to Spotify (vpage 79)
Selecting the input source (vpage 44)
Adding to the FAVORITE STATION button (vpage 83)
Adjusting the master volume (vpage 45)
AirPlay function (vpage 85)
Turning off the sound temporarily (vpage 45)
Convenience functions (vpage 88)
Playing a DVD player/Blu-ray Disc player (vpage 45)
Selecting a sound mode (vpage 94)
Playing an iPod (vpage 46)
HDMI control function (vpage 104)
Playing a USB memory device (vpage 50)
Sleep timer function (vpage 105)
Listening to FM broadcasts (vpage 53)
Web control function (vpage 106)
Listening to Internet Radio (vpage 62)
Dual backup memory function (vpage 108)
Playing back files stored on a PC and NAS (vpage 66)
Panel lock function (vpage 109)
Listening to Last.fm (vpage 70)
Remote lock function (vpage 111)
Viewing photographs on the Flickr site (vpage 75)
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Basic operation
Turning the power on
POWER X
1
Press POWER X to turn on power to the unit.
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•You can also switch the power to standby by pressing X on the main unit.
Input source
select buttons
Selecting the input source
1
Press the input source select button to be played back.
The desired input source can be selected directly.
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•You can also select the input source by turning INPUT SELECTOR on the main unit.
MUTE
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Adjusting the master volume
1
The following describes the procedure for playing DVD player/Blu-ray Disc
player.
•The variable range differs according to the input signal and channel
level setting.
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•You can also adjust the master volume by turning VOLUME on the main unit.
Turning off the sound temporarily
1
.
•“MUTE” indicator on the display flashes.
•
appears on the TV screen.
1
Prepare for playback.
qTurn on the power of the TV, subwoofer and player.
wChange the TV input to the input of this unit.
2
3
Press POWER X to turn on power to the unit.
4
Play the DVD player or Blu-ray Disc player.
Press Blu-ray/DVD to switch an input source for a player
used for playback.
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•The sound is reduced to the level set at “Mute Level” (vpage 125).
again. Muting can also be cancelled by adjusting the
•To cancel, press MUTE
master volume.
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Playing a DVD player/Blu-ray Disc player
Use VOLUME df to adjust the volume.
Press MUTE
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Playing an iPod
•You can use the USB cable provided with the iPod to connect the iPod
with the unit’s USB port and enjoy music stored on the iPod.
•For information on the iPod models that can be played back with this
unit, see “Supported iPod/iPhone models” (vpage 35).
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OPTION
uio p
ENTER
BACK
1
3
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22Operations available through the OPTION
button
Connect the iPod to the USB port (vpage 34).
•iPod Browse Mode settings (vpage 48)
Press iPod/USB to switch the input source to “iPod/
USB”.
“Browse From iPod” is displayed on the display of this unit.
•Nothing is displayed on the TV screen.
3
Operate iPod itself directly while seeing the iPod screen
to play back music.
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•“iPod Browse Mode” has two modes, “From iPod” and “On-Screen”.
By default, “From iPod”, where you directly operate the iPod itself while looking
at the iPod screen, is set.
•To change to “On-Screen”, where you perform operations while having the
iPod information displayed on the TV screen, see “iPod Browse Mode settings”
(vpage 48).
NOTE
•Depending on the type of iPod and the software version, some functions may not
operate.
•Note that Marantz will accept no responsibility whatsoever for any problems arising
with the data on an iPod when using this unit in conjunction with the iPod.
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22Playing the AirPlay (vpage 85)
Listening to music on an iPod
1
2
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iPod Browse Mode settings
Operation buttons
1
3
In this mode, various lists and screens during playback on the iPod are
displayed on the TV screen.
This section describes the steps up to playing back tracks on the iPod in
“On-Screen”.
1
Press OPTION when the input source is “iPod/USB”.
2
Select “iPod Browse Mode”, then press ENTER.
3
Use o p to select “On-Screen”, then press ENTER.
8 9
The option menu screen is displayed.
ENTER
The “iPod Browse Mode” screen is displayed.
ui
•Operations available for “On-Screen” and “From iPod” are listed
below.
iPod Browse Mode
Playable
files
Active
buttons
From iPod
On-Screen
Music file
P
P
Video file
z
Remote
control unit
(This unit)
P
iPod
P
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Function
Playback
Pause
Skip to previous track / Skip to next track
(Press and hold)
Fast-reverse / Fast-forward
Playback / Pause
(Press and hold)
Stop
Skip to previous track / Skip to next track
(Press and hold)
Fast-reverse / Fast-forward
Switch to previous page / Switch to next
page in the list display
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22Operations available through the OPTION
button
•Performing repeat playback (vpage 49)
•Performing random playback (vpage 49)
Use ui p to select the file to be played, then press
ENTER.
Playback starts.
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•The display switches between track title, artist name, and album title etc. each
time the main unit’s STATUS is pressed during playback with “iPod Browse Mode”
set to “On-Screen”.
•English letters, numbers and certain symbols are displayed. Incompatible
characters are displayed as “.” (period).
zz Only the sound is played.
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Performing repeat playback
1
4
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Performing random playback
Press OPTION with “iPod Browse Mode” set to
“On-Screen”.
1
Use ui to select “Repeat”, then press ENTER.
2
3
Use ui to select “Random”, then press ENTER.
4
Press ENTER.
The option menu screen is displayed.
2
3
Tips
The option menu screen is displayed.
Use o p to select repeat playback mode.
Off (Default) : Repeat playback mode is canceled.
One : A file being played is played repeatedly.
All : All files in the folder currently being played are played
repeatedly.
Press ENTER.
Display
Use o p to select random playback mode.
Off (Default) : Disable random playback.
On : Randomly play back all tracks in the current playback folder.
The display returns to the playback screen.
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The display returns to the playback screen.
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Press OPTION with “iPod Browse Mode” set to
“On-Screen”.
•During random playback, each time playback of a track is completed, another track
is randomly selected for playback from tracks in the folder. Therefore, it’s possible
that you may hear a track played back more than once during random playback.
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Playing a USB memory device
•Playing back music or viewing still picture (JPEG) files stored on a USB
memory device.
•Only USB memory devices conforming to mass storage class and MTP
(Media Transfer Protocol) standards can be played on this unit.
•This unit is compatible with USB memory devices in “FAT16” or
“FAT32” format.
•This unit can play back the following files.
•WMA (Windows Media Audio)
•MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3)
•WAV
•MPEG-4 AAC
•FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec)
•JPEG
•ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec)
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OPTION
uio p
ENTER
BACK
1
3
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Playing files stored on USB memory
devices
Operation buttons
1
3
1
Connect the USB memory device to the USB port
(vpage 34).
8 9
2
Press iPod/USB to switch the input source to “iPod/
USB”.
ENTER
USB
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Folder1
Folder2
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Music1
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Function
Playback
Pause
Skip to previous track / Skip to next track
(Press and hold)
Fast-reverse / Fast-forwardz
Skip to previous track / Skip to next track
(Press and hold)
Stop
Previous / Next
(Press and hold)
Fast-reverse / Fast-forwardz
Switch to previous page / Switch to next
page in the list display
zz This function is available while an MP3 / WAV / AAC / FLAC file is being played
back.
Music2
Music3
Music4
OPTION
3
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•When an MP3 music file includes album art data, the album art can be displayed
while playing the file.
•This unit plays back picture (JPEG) files in the order in which they are stored in
the folder.
Use ui p to select the file to be played, then press
ENTER.
Playback starts.
NOTE
•Note that Marantz will accept no responsibility whatsoever for any problems arising
with the data on a USB memory device when using this unit in conjunction with
the USB memory device.
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22Operations available through the OPTION
button
•Performing repeat playback (vpage 89)
•Performing random playback (vpage 89)
•Searching content with keywords (Text Search) (vpage 91)
•Playing back music and a favorite picture at the same time (Slideshow)
(vpage 92)
•Setting the Slideshow Interval (Slideshow Time) (vpage 93)
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Tips
Listening to FM broadcasts
For antenna
(vpage 36).
see
“Connecting
CHANNEL +, –
TUNER
OPTION
uio p
ENTER
BACK
FAVORITE
STATION
1–3
TUNE +, –
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FM
antenna”
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Listening to FM broadcasts
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GTV ScreenH
Operation buttons
TUNE +, –
CHANNEL +, –
FM 87.50MHz
TUNE+/-
Tune
CH+/-
Preset
FAVORITE STATION
1–3
AUTO
CH 1
OPTION
Option
Function
Tuning (up/down)
Preset channel selection
Call up FAVORITE STATION
(Press and hold)
Registering to FAVORITE STATION
GDisplay of this unitH
01 FM
2
87.50MHz
Press TUNE + or TUNE – to select the station you want
to hear.
Scanning is performed until it finds an available radio station. When
it finds a radio station, it stops the scan automatically and tunes in.
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•The modes for receiving FM broadcasts consists of “Auto” mode that automatically
searches available broadcast stations and “Manual” mode that lets you tune in
using buttons to change the frequency. The default setting is “Auto”. You can also
use “Direct Tune” to tune in by entering the frequency directly.
In “Auto” mode, you cannot tune in to radio stations if the reception is not good. If
this is the case, then use the “Manual” mode or “Direct Tune” to tune in.
Press TUNER to switch the input source to “TUNER”.
TUNER
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22Adding to the FAVORITE STATION button
(vpage 83)
You can enter the receiving frequency directly to tune in.
•Tuning in by entering the frequency (Direct Tune) (vpage 55)
•RDS search (vpage 56)
•PTY search (vpage 56)
•TP search (vpage 57)
•Radio Text (vpage 58)
•Changing the tuning mode (Tune Mode) (vpage 58)
•Presetting the current broadcast station (Preset Memory)
(vpage 59)
•Tuning in to stations and presetting them automatically (Auto Preset)
(vpage 60)
•Specify a name for the preset broadcast station (Preset Name)
(vpage 60)
•Skipping preset broadcast stations (Preset Skip) (vpage 61)
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Tuning in by entering the frequency
(Direct Tune)
22Operations available through the OPTION
button
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1
Press OPTION when the input source is “TUNER”.
2
Use ui to select “Direct Tune”, then press ENTER.
3
Use ui to select a number and press p.
4
Repeat step 3 and enter the frequency of the radio
station you want to hear.
5
When setting is completed, press ENTER.
The option menu screen is displayed.
The screen that lets you enter the frequency is displayed.
•If o is pressed, the immediately preceding input is cancelled.
The preset frequency is tuned in.
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RDS search
PTY search
RDS is a broadcasting service which allows a station to send additional
information along with the regular radio program signal.
Use this function to automatically tune to FM stations that provide the
RDS service.
Note that the RDS function only works when receiving RDS compatible
stations.
1
Press OPTION when the input source is “TUNER”.
2
3
Use ui to select “RDS Search”, then press ENTER.
Use this function to find RDS stations broadcasting a designated program
type (PTY).
PTY identifies the type of RDS program.
The program types and their displays are as follows:
The option menu screen is displayed.
Press ENTER.
The search for RDS stations begins automatically.
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•If you use o p within 5 seconds after the broadcast station name is shown on the
display, you can search for a different station.
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NEWS
AFFAIRS
INFO
SPORT
EDUCATE
DRAMA
CULTURE
SCIENCE
VARIED
POP M
ROCK M
News
Current Affairs
Information
Sports
Education
Drama
Culture
Science
Varied
Pop Music
Rock Music
EASY M
Easy Listening
Music
LIGHT M
CLASSICS
Light Classical
Serious Classical
OTHER M
Other Music
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WEATHER
FINANCE
CHILDREN
SOCIAL
RELIGION
PHONE IN
TRAVEL
LEISURE
JAZZ
COUNTRY
NATION M
OLDIES
FOLK M
DOCUMENT
Index
Weather
Finance
Children’s program
Social Affairs
Religion
Phone In
Travel
Leisure
Jazz Music
Country Music
National Music
Oldies Music
Folk Music
Documentary
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Playback
1
Press OPTION when the input source is “TUNER”.
2
3
4
Use ui to select “PTY Search”, then press ENTER.
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TP search
The option menu screen is displayed.
TP identifies programs that carry traffic announcements.
This allows you to easily find out the latest traffic conditions in your area
before leaving home.
Use this function to find RDS stations broadcasting traffic programs (TP
stations).
Use ui to call out the desired program type.
Press ENTER.
PTY search begins automatically.
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•If you use o p within 5 seconds after the broadcast station name is shown on the
display, you can search for a different station.
1
Press OPTION when the input source is “TUNER”.
2
3
Use ui to select “TP Search”, then press ENTER.
The option menu screen is displayed.
Press ENTER.
TP search begins automatically.
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•If you use o p within 5 seconds after the broadcast station name is shown on the
display, you can search for a different station.
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Changing the tuning mode (Tune Mode)
RT allows RDS stations to send text messages that appear on the display.
“Radio Text” appears on the display when radio text data is received.
1
Press OPTION when the input source is “TUNER”.
2
3
Use ui to select “Radio Text”, then press ENTER.
You can change the mode for tuning into FM broadcasts. If you cannot
tune in automatically with “Auto” mode, then change the mode to
“Manual” and tune in manually.
The option menu screen is displayed.
Use o p to select “On”, then press ENTER.
•While receiving an RDS broadcast station, the text data broadcast
from the station is displayed.
•If no text data is being broadcast, “NO TEXT DATA” is displayed.
1
Press OPTION when the input source is “TUNER”.
2
3
Use ui to select “Tune Mode”, then press ENTER.
The option menu screen is displayed.
Use o p to select tuning mode, then press ENTER.
Auto : Automatically search for and tune to a receivable radio
station.
Manual : Manually change the frequency one step at a time each
time the button is pressed.
Listening to preset stations
1
Use CHANNEL +, – to select the desired preset channel.
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•You can also select preset broadcast stations by pressing PRESET CH + or PRESET
CH – on the main unit.
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Presetting the current broadcast station
(Preset Memory)
Channel
Your favorite broadcast stations can be preset so that you can tune them
in easily. Up to 56 stations can be preset.
9 – 16
1
Tune in the broadcast station you want to preset
(vpage 54 “Listening to FM broadcasts”).
17 – 24
2
Press OPTION.
The option menu screen is displayed.
33 – 40
3
Use ui to select “Preset Memory”, then press ENTER.
41 – 48
4
Use ui to select the channel you want to preset, then
press ENTER.
1–8
25 – 32
The list of already preset channels is displayed.
49 – 56
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Default settings
87.50 / 89.10 / 98.10 / 108.00 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 /
90.10 MHz
90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 /
90.10 MHz
90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 /
90.10 MHz
90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 /
90.10 MHz
90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 /
90.10 MHz
90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 /
90.10 MHz
90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 / 90.10 /
90.10 MHz
The current broadcast station that is preset.
•To preset other stations, repeat steps 1 to 4.
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Tuning in to stations and presetting them
automatically (Auto Preset)
Press OPTION when the input source is “TUNER”.
2
3
Use ui to select “Auto Preset”, then press ENTER.
You can set the name to the preset broadcast station or change it.
Up to eight characters can be input.
The option menu screen is displayed.
Press ENTER.
The unit starts to tune in to radio stations automatically and preset
them.
•When presetting is completed, “Completed” is displayed for
about 5 seconds and the option menu screen turns off.
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•The preset memory is overwritten.
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Specify a name for the preset broadcast
station (Preset Name)
A maximum of 56 radio stations can be automatically preset.
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1
Press OPTION when the input source is “TUNER”.
2
Use ui to select “Preset Name”, then press ENTER.
3
Use o p to select the group of the broadcast station you
want to name.
4
Use ui to select the broadcast station you want to
name, then press ENTER.
5
Use ui to select a name label, then press ENTER.
6
Enter the characters, then press “OK”.
The option menu screen is displayed.
The Preset Name screen is displayed.
The screen that lets you edit the preset name is displayed.
•If you select “Set Defaults”, then the unit returns to displaying
the frequency.
•For character input, see page 119.
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Skipping preset broadcast stations
(Preset Skip)
Press OPTION when the input source is “TUNER”.
2
Use ui to select “Preset Skip”, then press ENTER.
3
nn To set the stations you want to skip by groups
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nn To set the stations you want to skip by
stations
qUse o p to select the group of broadcast stations
you want to skip.
wUse ui to select the broadcast station you want to
skip.
eUse o p to select “Skip”.
When tuning preset broadcast stations, you can set groups or individual
broadcast stations that you don’t want to display in advance.
The preset skip setting is useful when tuning in, because only your favorite
stations are displayed.
1
Tips
The station you selected is not displayed.
The option menu screen is displayed.
Cancelling preset skip
The Preset Skip screen is displayed.
qUse o p to select the group of broadcast stations
you want to skip.
wPress u to select “Set No.z – z to Skip”, then press
ENTER.
All broadcast stations in the group “z – z” you selected are not
displayed.
(z are the selected group numbers)
1
While the Preset Skip screen is displayed, use o p to
select a group containing a broadcast station to cancel
the skip for.
2
Use ui to select a broadcast station to cancel the skip
for.
3
Use o p to select “On”.
The skip is cancelled.
NOTE
•Preset skip cannot be cancelled for groups.
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Listening to Internet Radio
•Internet Radio refers to radio broadcasts distributed over the Internet.
Internet Radio stations from around the world can be received.
•The broad cast station types and specifications supported by this unit for
playback are as follows.
•WMA (Windows Media Audio)
•MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3)
•MPEG-4 AAC
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OPTION
NETWORK
uio p
ENTER
BACK
FAVORITE
STATION
1–3
1
3
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1
2
3
4
Prepare for playback.
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Tips
Use ui to select the item you want to play, then press
ENTER.
•Check the network environment, then turn on this unit’s power
(vpage 37 “Connecting to a home network (LAN)”).
Internet Radio
Press NETWORK.
[1/7]
zzzzz
•You can also press INTERNET RADIO to select the input source
“Internet Radio” directly.
Search Stations
Search Podcasts
Recommended Stations
radiomarantz.com
Use uio p to select “Internet Radio”, then press
ENTER.
Recently Played
Search by Keyword
OPTION
Network
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Internet Radio
Spotify
Media Server
Display
Option
zzzzz (Country name) :
•Displays typical Internet Radio stations your country.
Search Stations :
•Displays all Internet Radio stations that this unit can tune in to.
Search Podcasts :
•Displays Internet Radio stations in the podcasts that this unit can
tune in to.
Recommended Stations :
•Displays recommended Internet Radio stations.
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radiomarantz.com :
•Displays Internet Radio stations added to favorites in vTuner. For
instructions on how to add to favorites in vTuner, see “Using
vTuner to add Internet Radio stations to favorites” (vpage 65).
Recently Played :
•Displays recently played Internet Radio stations. Up to 20 stations
can be stored in “Recently Played”.
Search by Keyword :
•Displays Internet Radio stations searched by keyword. For
character input, see page 119.
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•The radio station database service may be suspended or be otherwise unavailable
without notice.
Playing the last played Internet Radio
station
1
Playback starts once buffering reaches “100%”.
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1–3
INTERNET RADIO
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Playback
Stop
(Press and hold)
Stop
Switch to previous page / Switch to next
page in the list display
Call up FAVORITE STATION
(Press and hold)
Registering to FAVORITE STATION
Last played Internet Radio station
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•The display switches between track title and radio station name etc. each time the
main unit’s STATUS is pressed.
•Any characters that cannot be displayed are replaced with “.” (period).
Use ui p to select the station, then press ENTER.
Operation buttons
1
3
Tips
64
Press INTERNET RADIO.
The source switches to “Internet Radio” and the last played radio
station plays.
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Using vTuner to add Internet Radio
stations to favorites
5
Check the MAC address of this unit (vpage 149
“Information”).
•The MAC address is necessary when you create an account for
vTuner.
2
Use your PC to access the vTuner website (http://www.
radiomarantz.com).
3
4
Enter the MAC address of this unit, then click “Go”.
Select the search criteria (genre, region, language, etc.)
of your choice.
6
Select the radio station of your choice from the list, and
then click the Add to Favorites icon.
7
Enter the name of the favorite group, then click “Go”.
A new favorite group that includes the selected radio station is
created.
•Internet Radio stations added to favorites in vTuner can be played
from “radiomarantz.com” (vpage 64) with this unit.
22Operations available through the OPTION
button
•Registering to Favorites (vpage 90)
•Searching content with keywords (Text Search) (vpage 91)
•Playing back music and a favorite picture at the same time (Slideshow)
(vpage 92)
Enter your E-mail address and a password of your
choice.
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•You can also enter a keyword to search for a station you want to
hear.
There are many Internet Radio stations in the world, and this unit can tune
into these stations. But finding the radio station you want to hear may
be difficult, because there are too many stations. If this is the case, then
please use vTuner, an Internet Radio station search website specifically
designed for this unit. You can use your PC to search Internet Radio
stations and add them as your favorites. This unit can play radio stations
added to vTuner.
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OPTION
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ENTER
BACK
FAVORITE
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1–3
1
3
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•This unit can play back music files and playlists (m3u, wpl) stored on a PC
and on Network Attached Storage (NAS) that supports DLNA.
•The network audio playback function of this unit connects to the server
using technologies shown below.
•Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service
•Windows Media DRM10
•This unit can play back the following files.
•WMA (Windows Media Audio)
•MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3)
•WAV
•MPEG-4 AAC
•FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec)
•JPEG
•ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec)
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Applying media sharing settings
Here, we apply the settings to share music files stored on a PC and NAS on the network.
If you are using a Media Server, be sure to apply this setting first.
22When using Windows Media Player 12
(Windows 7 / Windows 8)
1
2
3
4
Start up Windows Media Player 12 on the PC.
5
Click “OK” to finish.
22When using Windows Media Player 11
Select “More streaming options...” in the “Stream”.
Select “Allowed” in the drop-down list for “NR1504”.
Select “Allowed” in the drop-down list for “Media
programs on this PC and remote connections...”.
1
2
3
Start up Windows Media Player 11 on the PC.
4
As you did in step 3, select the icon of the device (other
PCs and mobile devices) you want to use as a media
controller, and then click “Allow”.
5
Click “OK” to finish.
Select “Media Sharing” in the “Library”.
Click the “Share my media” check box, select “NR1504”,
and then click “Allow”.
22Sharing media stored in NAS
Change settings on the NAS to allow this unit and other devices (PCs
and mobile devices) used as media controllers to access the NAS. For
details, see the owner’s manual that came with the NAS.
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Playing back files stored on a PC and
NAS
Use this procedure to play music files, image files or playlists.
1
Prepare for playback.
2
Press NETWORK.
3
Use uio p to select “Media Server”, then press ENTER.
q Check the network environment, then turn on this unit’s power
(vpage 37 “Connecting to a home network (LAN)”).
w Prepare the computer (vComputer’s operating instructions).
Use ui to select the server including the file to be
played, then press ENTER.
5
Use ui p to select the file, then press ENTER.
Playback starts once buffering reaches “100%”.
8 9
ENTER
Network
Favorites
Internet Radio
Spotify
Media Server
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4
Operation buttons
1
3
•You can also press MEDIA SERVER to select the input source
“Media Server” directly.
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FAVORITE STATION 1 – 3
Function
Playback
Pause
Skip to previous track / Skip to next
track
(Press and hold)
Fast-reverse / Fast-forwardz
Playback / Pause
(Press and hold)
Stop
Skip to previous track / Skip to next
track
(Press and hold)
Fast-reverse / Fast-forwardz
Switch to previous page / Switch to
next page in the list display
Call up FAVORITE STATION
(Press and hold)
Registering to FAVORITE STATION
zz This function is available while an MP3 / WAV / AAC / FLAC file is being played
back.
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•The display switches between track title, artist name, and album title each time the
main unit’s STATUS is pressed.
•When a WMA (Windows Media Audio), MP3 or MPEG-4 AAC file includes album
art data, the album art can be displayed while the music files are playing.
•If you use Ver.11 or later of Windows Media Player, the album art for WMA files
can be displayed.
•WMA Lossless files can be played when using a server supporting transcoding,
such as Windows Media Player Ver. 11 or later.
•This unit plays back picture (JPEG) files in the order in which they are stored in
the folder.
•Performing repeat playback (vpage 89)
•Performing random playback (vpage 89)
•Registering to Favorites (vpage 90)
•Searching content with keywords (Text Search) (vpage 91)
•Playing back music and a favorite picture at the same time (Slideshow)
(vpage 92)
•Setting the Slideshow Interval (Slideshow Time) (vpage 93)
•Displaying your desired video during audio playback (Video Select)
(vpage 93)
NOTE
•When playing back music files with your PC or NAS connected through wireless
LAN, audio may be interrupted depending on your wireless LAN environment. In
this case, play back music files with your PC or NAS connected through wired LAN.
•Depending on the size of the still picture (JPEG) file, some time may be required
for the file to be displayed.
•The order in which the tracks/files are displayed depends on the server
specifications. If the tracks/files are not displayed in alphabetical order due to the
server specifications, searching by the first letter may not work properly.
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Listening to Last.fm
•Last.fm learns what you love... and it’s a great way to discover new
music.
Your new Marantz AV receiver is very clever. You can create a free Last.
fm profile when you start using your Marantz AV receiver and magically
keep track of all the songs you hear.
When you sign in at http://www.last.fm, you can see your top music
charts, view thousands of reviews, biographies and artwork, and get
recommendations for local performances you won’t want to miss.
With an affordable subscription you can enjoy an endless choice of
personalized ad-free radio stations. Check out http://www.last.fm/
subscribe today for more details.
Your subscription also gives you access to Last.fm radio on a great range
of music products, including your Marantz AV Receiver. This feature is
not available in all countries.
Visit http://www.last.fm/hardware to find out more.
•Last.fm radio is not available in all countries. Please check
http://www.last.fm/hardware for more information. You’ll also need a
subscription. Get one today at http://www.last.fm/subscribe.
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uio p
ENTER
BACK
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1
2
3
4
Prepare for playback.
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Tips
If you have a Last.fm account, use ui to select “I have
a Last.fm account”. Then press ENTER.
•Check the network environment, then turn on this unit’s power
(vpage 37 “Connecting to a home network (LAN)”).
Last.fm Account
Press NETWORK.
I have a Last.fm account
I am new to Last.fm
Use uio p to select “Last.fm”, then press ENTER.
Network
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BACK
Favorites
Internet Radio
Spotify
Media Server
Display
Cancel
Enter
•If you do not have a Last.fm account, press i to select “I am new
to Last.fm”. Then press ENTER.
Create an account in accordance with the instructions on the
screen.
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Settings
Use ui p to enter your username and password.
7
Use ui to select menu and then press ENTER.
8
Use ui to select a station, and press ENTER to start
playback.
Last.fm Account
Username
Password
This service is currently
available in limited countries.
OK
BACK
Exit
Enter Username
•For character input, see page 119.
•The password should be no longer than 99 characters.
•Press BACK to cancel the input. When “Cancel Input?” is
displayed, select “Yes”, then press ENTER.
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Popular Stations :
•Play popular artists and tags in your area.
Your Recent Stations :
•Play your recent stations.
Your stations :
•You can play tracks from the following personalized stations
(“Your Recommended Radio”, “Your Library”, “Your Friends’
Radio”, “Your Top Artists”.)
Search Stations :
•You can search station by Artist or Tag.
Playback starts and the following screen appears.
After inputting the username and password, select
“OK”, then press ENTER.
rock Radio
If the username and password match, the top menu for Last.fm is
displayed.
Now Playing
Title
Artist
Album
MP3 128kbps
00:06
100%
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Settings
Operation buttons
1
9
ENTER
Press p while a track is playing.
The Last.fm menu screen is displayed.
Menu
[1/3]
i
Love this track
Ban this track
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Scrobbling (On)
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Function
Playback
Skip to next track
(Press and hold)
Stop
Skip to next track
Switch to previous page / Switch to next
page in the list display
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•The display switches between track title and radio station name each time the main
unit’s STATUS is pressed.
22Operations available through the OPTION
button
Love this track :
•Loving tracks improves your Last.fm recommendations, and you
can optionally share them on popular social networks.
Ban this track :
•If you ban a track, we won’t play it again. You can undo this on the
Last.fm website.
Scrobbling :
•Scrobbling sends the tracks you played to your Last.fm account.
You can see charts of the music you’ve been listening to, get
recommendations for new music and events in your area and
share your listening tastes with your friends. You can turn this
service on or off using this option. The more you scrobble, the
better your recommendations will become.
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•Performing repeat playback (vpage 89)
•Performing random playback (vpage 89)
•Displaying your desired video during audio playback (Video Select)
(vpage 93)
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Log Out
Disassociate this unit from your Last.fm account.
1
Use ui to select “Log Out”, then press ENTER.
Last.fm
[10/10]
Popular tag
ArePopular
you sureArtists
you want to log out
xxxxxxx?
Your Recent Stations
Your Recommended Radio
YourYes
Library
Your Friends’ Radio
No
BACK
2
Option
When the popup menu appears, use o p to select “Yes”,
then press ENTER.
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Appendix
Viewing photographs on the Flickr site
•Flickr is an online photograph sharing service that started in 2004. You
can use the this unit to view photographs that have been made public
by Flickr users. You do not need an account to use Flickr. To view
photographs that you recorded yourself, you need an account in order to
upload these photographs to the Flickr server. For details, see the Flickr
homepage.
http://www.flickr.com/
•You can view photographs shared by particular users, or all of the
photographs shared on Flickr.
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Viewing photographs shared by
particular users
1
2
3
4
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Tips
Use ui to select “Add Flickr Contact”, then press
ENTER.
Prepare for playback.
Flickr
•Check the network environment, then turn on this unit’s power
(vpage 37 “Connecting to a home network (LAN)”).
[1/2]
Add Flickr Contact
All Content
Press NETWORK.
Use uio p to select “Flickr”, then press ENTER.
OPTION
Network
Favorites
Internet Radio
Spotify
Media Server
5
Option
In “Contact”, add the screen name (user name you want
to view) you want to add.
•For character input, see page 119.
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After inputting the “Contact”, press “OK”.
The screen name is added to “Contact”, and the screen name you
entered in Step 5 is displayed on the top screen of Flickr.
•If you enter a screen name that does not exist, “The Flickr Contact
you entered could not be found” is displayed. Check and enter the
correct screen name.
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Use ui to select the screen name (user name you want
to view) added to “Contact”, then press ENTER.
8
Use ui to select the folder, and then press ENTER.
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Use ui p to select the photograph, and then press
ENTER.
The selected photograph is displayed.
Operation buttons
Favorites :
•Displays the favorite photographs of the specified user.
Photostream :
•Displays a list of shared photographs.
PhotoSets :
•Displays the folder (photograph album) list.
Contacts :
•Displays the screen name used by the specified user in Contacts.
Remove this Contact :
•Deletes a user from Flickr Contact.
Add this Contact :
•Adds a user from Flickr Contact.
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Function
Playback
(Press and hold)
Stop
Display previous photograph / Display next
photograph
Switch to previous page / Switch to next
page in the list display
Index
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Settings
Viewing all photographs on Flickr
1
NOTE
22Operations available through the OPTION
button
•Setting the Slideshow Interval (Slideshow Time) (vpage 93)
•Displaying your desired video during audio playback (Video Select)
(vpage 93)
[1/2]
Add Flickr Contact
All Content
OPTION
Option
2
Use ui to select the folder, and then press ENTER.
3
Use ui p to select the photograph, and then press
ENTER.
Interestingness :
•Displays photographs that are popular from the number of user
comments or number of times they are added as favorites.
Recent :
•Displays the most recently added photographs.
Search by text :
•Search for photographs by keyword.
The selected photograph is displayed.
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•Depending on the file format, some photographs may not be viewable.
Use ui to select “All Content”, then press ENTER.
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Listening to Spotify
Introduce your Marantz to a whole new world of music. With Spotify, you
can enjoy instant access to millions of songs.
A Spotify Premium subscription is required.
For details, see the Spotify homepage.
http://www.spotify.com
Listening to Spotify
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Prepare for playback.
2
3
Press NETWORK.
OPTION
uio p
ENTER
BACK
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1
3
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q Check the network environment, then turn on this unit’s power
(vpage 37 “Connecting to a home network (LAN)”).
w Complete step 5 and obtain a Spotify account.
•If you already have a Spotify account, you do not need to obtain
a new account. Use your existing Spotify account.
Use uio p to select “Spotify”, then press ENTER.
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Internet Radio
Spotify
Media Server
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Settings
If you have a Spotify account, then press ENTER.
GUpper case characters/Numbers/SymbolsH
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
ÄÀÁÂÃÅÆÇÐÈÉÊËÌÍÎÏÑÖÒÓÔÕØÜÙÚÛÝÞ
0123456789
!“#$%&’()z+,;<=>
GLower case characters/Numbers/SymbolsH
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
äàáâãåæçðèéêëìíîïñöòóôõøüùúûýþÿß
0123456789
.@-_/:˜?[\]^’{|}
Introduce your Marantz to a whole new world
of music. With Spotify, you can enjoy instant
access to millions of songs.
A Spotify Premium subscription is required.
Just subscribe at spotify.com
Get Started
5
Exit
Use ui p to enter your username and password.
•The password should be no longer than 99 characters.
•Press BACK to cancel the input. When “Cancel Input?” is
displayed, select “Yes”, then press ENTER.
Spotify Log In
Username
zzzzz
Password
zzzzz
6
After inputting the username and password, select “Log
In”, then press ENTER.
If the username and password match, the top menu for Spotify is
displayed.
Log In
BACK
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Enter
Display
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•For character input, see page 119.
The types of characters that can be input are as shown below.
Spotify
BACK
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Use ui to select menu and then press ENTER.
Spotify
Use ui to select a station, and press ENTER to start
playback.
Playback starts and the following screen appears.
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Search
Spotify
What’s New
Starred
Now Playing
Playlists
Accounts
Title
Artist
Album
OPTION
Option
00:06
Pause
Back
Search :
•Searches for tracks, artists and albums by entering keywords.
What’s New :
•Displays the list of the latest albums.
Starred :
•Displays the list of the starred tracks.
Playlists :
•Displays the playlists for Spotify.
Accounts :
•Manages accounts (Log out, Add new user, Switch to user).
Operation buttons
1
3
8 9
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Previous
Next
OPTION
Option
Menu
Function
Playback
Pause
Skip to previous track / Skip to next
track
(Press and hold)
Fast-reverse / Fast-forward
Playback / Pause
(Press and hold)
Stop
Skip to previous track / Skip to next
track
(Press and hold)
Fast-reverse / Fast-forward
Switch to previous page / Switch to
next page in the list display
Index
Contents
9
Connections
Playback
Settings
Press p while a track is playing.
•The display switches between track title, artist name, and album title each time the
main unit’s STATUS is pressed.
22Operations available through the OPTION
button
[1/3]
Star this track
•Performing repeat playback (vpage 89)
•Performing random playback (vpage 89)
•Displaying your desired video during audio playback (Video Select)
(vpage 93)
Browse “Artist name”
Browse “Album name”
Back
Star this track :
•Adds a star to the selected track.
Browse “Artist name” :
•Displays the list of albums by the artist of the track that is being
played back.
Browse “Album name” :
•Displays the list of tracks on the album that is being played back.
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The Spotify menu screen is displayed.
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Adding to the FAVORITE STATION button
With a single press of these, you can call up registered radio stations and
contents.
You can add up to three types of content.
1
Press and hold one of the FAVORITE STATION 1 – 3
buttons for 3 seconds or longer while playing back a
content or listening to a radio station.
The content you are playing back or the radio station you are
listening to is registered to the pressed button.
•Contents that can be added to the FAVORITE STATION button
differ depending on the input source.
Input source
TUNER
FAVORITE
STATION
1–3
Internet Radio
Top list of content / Internet Radio station
Media Server
Top list of content / Track of Media Server
Last.fm
Top list of content
Flickr
Top list of content
Spotify
Top list of content
Favorites
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Radio station
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Top list of content / Internet Radio station /
Track of Media Server
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Playing back content added to the
FAVORITE STATION button
You can easily call up content by pressing the FAVORITE STATION button.
1
Press one of the FAVORITE STATION 1 – 3 buttons that
you added content to.
Playback starts.
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•Internet Radio stations are already registered to the FAVORITE STATION 1 – 3
buttons. However, you may not be able to play the stations due to restrictions
imposed by the radio stations.
NOTE
•The following operations update the database on the Media Server, which may
make the added music files unplayable.
•When you quit the Media Server and then restart it.
•When music files are deleted or added on the Media Server.
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AirPlay function
Music files stored on your iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or iTunes can be
played on this unit via the network.
Playing songs from your iPhone, iPod
touch or iPad
PC
If you update your “iPhone/iPod touch/iPad” to iOS 4.2.1 or later, you can
stream music stored in your “iPhone/iPod touch/iPad” directly to this unit.
This unit
1
Router
Connect your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad Wi-Fi to the
same network as this unit.
•For details, see your device’s manual.
2
Play the song on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.
' is displayed on the iPhone, iPod touch or iPad screen.
3
4
Tap the AirPlay icon '.
Select the speaker you want to use.
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Playing iTunes music with this unit
1
Install iTunes 10, or later, on a Mac or Windows PC that
is connected to the same network as this unit.
2
Turn this unit ON.
Selecting multiple speakers (devices)
It is possible to play iTunes songs on your home’s AirPlay compatible
speakers (devices) other than those of this unit.
1
2
Set “IP Control” (vpage 149) to “Always On” for this unit.
NOTE
Click the AirPlay icon ' and select “Multiple”.
Check the speakers you want to use.
•When “IP Control” is set to “Always On”, the unit consumes more standby
power.
3
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Tips
AirPlay
Single
Multiple
Master Volume
Launch iTunes and click the AirPlay icon ' displayed
the window and select this unit from the list.
My Computer
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NOTE
Choose a song and click play in iTunes.
•In playback using the AirPlay function, the sound is output at the iPhone, iPod
touch, iPad or iTunes volume setting level.
You should turn down the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or iTunes volume prior to
playback and then adjust it to a suitable level.
The music will stream to this unit.
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Perform iTunes playback operations
with the remote control unit of this unit
Devices Preferences
General
With this unit’s remote control unit, you can perform iTunes song play,
pause, and auto search (cue) operations.
1
2
3
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Tips
Playback
Sharing
Store
Parental
Devices
Advanced
Device backups:
Select “Edit” – “Preferences...” on the menu.
Select “Devices” in the iTunes setting window.
Delete Backup ...
Check “Allow iTunes audio control from remote
speakers”, and then click “OK”.
Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically
Warn when
more than 5%
of the data on this computer will be changed
Allow iTunes audio control from remote speakers
Only allow paired or Home Sharing Remotes to control iTunes
%
iTunes is not paired with any Remotes
•
is displayed on the menu screen while AirPlay is being operated.
•Source input will be switched to “NETWORK” when AirPlay playback is started.
•You can stop AirPlay playback by pressing o or choosing other input source.
•To see song and artist names together, press STATUS on the main unit.
•For information about how to use iTunes, also see the Help for iTunes.
•The screen may differ depending on the OS and software versions.
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Reset Sync History
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Convenience functions
This section explains how to use convenient functions that can be used
for each input source.
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Performing repeat playback
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Performing random playback
nn Supported input sources : USB / Media Server / Spotify
nn Supported input sources : USB / Media Server / Spotify
1
While content is playing, press OPTION.
1
While content is playing, press OPTION.
2
3
Use ui to select “Repeat”, then press ENTER.
2
3
Use ui to select “Random”, then press ENTER.
4
Press ENTER.
4
The option menu screen is displayed.
Use o p to select repeat playback mode.
Off (Default) : Repeat playback mode is canceled.
One : A file being played is played repeatedly.
All : All files in the folder currently being played are played
repeatedly.
Press ENTER.
Display
Use o p to select random playback mode.
Off (Default) : Disable random playback.
On : Randomly play back all tracks in the current playback folder.
The display returns to the playback screen.
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The display returns to the playback screen.
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•During random playback, each time playback of a track is completed, another track
is randomly selected for playback from tracks in the folder. Therefore, it’s possible
that you may hear a track played back more than once during random playback.
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Registering to Favorites
Playing back content added in “Save to
Favorite”
You can add up to 100 items as favorites for Internet Radio and Media
Server.
1
2
nn Supported input sources : Internet Radio / Media Server
1
While content is playing, press OPTION.
2
Use ui to select “Save to Favorite”, then press ENTER.
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Tips
The option menu screen is displayed.
Press NETWORK.
Use uio p to select “Favorites”, then press ENTER.
Network
“Favorite added” is displayed, and the current content is added to
favorites.
•The display returns to the playback screen when the procedure
is completed.
3
Favorites
Internet Radio
Spotify
Media Server
Use ui to select the content you want to play, and
then press ENTER.
Playback starts.
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Deleting content added to favorites
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2
3
4
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Searching content with keywords
(Text Search)
Press NETWORK.
nn Supported input sources : USB / Internet Radio / Media Server
Use uio p to select “Favorites”, then press ENTER.
1
While content is playing, press OPTION.
The option menu screen is displayed.
2
Use ui to select “Text Search”, then press ENTER.
Use ui to select “Remove from Fav.”, then press
ENTER.
3
Enter the first character of the Internet Radio station or
file you want to search for, and then press “OK”.
Use ui to select the content you want to delete from
favorites, then press OPTION.
“Favorite removed” is displayed, and the selected content is
deleted from favorites.
•The display returns to the original screen when the procedure is
completed.
The option menu screen is displayed.
The keyboard input screen is displayed.
•For character input, see page 119.
4
Use ui to select the content you want to play, and
then press ENTER.
Playback starts.
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•“Text Search” searches for Internet Radio stations or files that start with the
entered first character from the displayed list.
NOTE
•“Text Search” may not work for some lists.
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Playing back music and a favorite picture at the same time (Slideshow)
nn Supported input sources : USB
nn Supported input sources : Internet Radio / Media Server
1
Play back a still picture.
1
Play back a still picture.
2
3
Play back a music file (vpage 51).
2
Play back a music file of Media Server or Internet Radio
station (vpage 63, 68).
Press OPTION.
3
Press OPTION.
4
Use ui to select “Slideshow”, then press ENTER.
4
Use ui to select “Slideshow”, then press ENTER.
•Playing back still pictures stored on USB memory devices
(vpage 51).
The option menu screen is displayed.
The option menu disappears, and the picture you were viewing is
shown on the screen.
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•Playing back still pictures stored on Media Server (vpage 66).
•Playing back still pictures stored on Flickr (vpage 75).
The option menu screen is displayed.
The option menu disappears, and the picture you were viewing is
shown on the screen.
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Settings
Setting the Slideshow Interval
(Slideshow Time)
Tips
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Displaying your desired video during
audio playback (Video Select)
Set the playback interval when playing back a slideshow of still image
(JPEG) files stored on a USB memory stick or media server, or on the
Flickr website.
This unit can display video from a different source on TV during audio
playback.
You can set this for each input source.
nn Supported input sources : USB / Media Server / Flickr
nn Supported input sources : iPod/USB / CDz / TUNER / NETWORK /
M-XPort
1
While the list is displayed, press OPTION.
2
3
Use ui to select “Slideshow Time”, then press ENTER.
4
zz Available when none of HDMI or video connector is assigned.
The option menu screen is displayed.
Use o p to set the display time.
Off : The slide show is not played back.
5s (Default) – 60s : Set the time for displaying a single picture when
playing back images in the slide show.
Press ENTER.
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1
Press OPTION during audio playback.
2
3
Use ui to select “Video Select”, then press ENTER.
4
If you selected “On” in step 3, press i and select
“Source”.
5
Use o p to select the input source for video you want to
play back, and press ENTER.
The option menu screen is displayed.
Use o p to select the Video Select mode.
Off (Default) : Disable Video Select mode.
On : Enable Video Select mode.
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Selecting a sound mode
This unit allows you to enjoy various kinds of surround and stereo playback
modes.
Multi-channel audio formats are provided on popular movie and music disc
formats such as Blu-ray and DVD, as well as being supported by digital
broadcasting, and even by streaming movies and music from internetbased subscription services.
This unit supports playback of almost all of these multi-channel audio
formats. It also supports surround playback of audio formats other than
multi-channel audio such as 2-channel stereo audio.
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•For audio formats recorded on a disc, see the disc jacket or label.
PURE
GAME
MOVIE
MUSIC
ui
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•Press and hold MOVIE, MUSIC or GAME displays a list of the sound
modes that can be selected. Each time you press MOVIE, MUSIC or
GAME, the sound mode changes.
•While the list is displayed, you can also use ui to select a sound
mode.
•Try out various sound modes and enjoy sound mode in your favorite
mode.
Press MOVIE, MUSIC or GAME to select a sound mode.
MOVIE : Switches to the sound mode suitable for enjoying movies
and TV programs.
MUSIC : Switches to the sound mode suitable for enjoying music.
GAME : Switches to the sound mode suitable for enjoying games.
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GExampleH When MOVIE is pressed and held
•The MOVIE, MUSIC, or GAME button memorizes the last sound mode selected for
its button. Pressing MOVIE, MUSIC, or GAME recalls the same sound mode as the
one selected at the previous playback.
•If the content played back does not support the previously selected sound mode,
the most appropriate sound mode for the content is automatically selected.
•You can also press SOUND MODE on the main unit to switch the sound mode.
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22Switching the sound mode
Selecting a sound mode
1
Tips
Rear panel
MOVIE SOUND
STEREO
DOLBY PLII Movie
DTS NEO:6 Cinema
MULTI CH STEREO
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Pure Direct playback
Sound recorded in source is played as is.
1
Tips
This mode is for playback with higher sound quality than in “DIRECT”
mode, by turning off the front panel display panel, which can eliminate
faint low level noise from creeping into sensitive analog circuitry.
Press PURE to select “DIRECT”.
Direct playback begins.
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•This can also be set by pressing PURE DIRECT on the main unit.
Press PURE to select “PURE DIRECT”.
The display goes dark, and Pure Direct playback begins.
The PURE DIRECT indicator lights.
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•In DIRECT and PURE DIRECT sound modes, the following items cannot be
adjusted.
•Tone (vpage 123)
•M-DAX (vpage 124)
•MultEQ® (vpage 125)
•Dynamic EQ (vpage 126)
•Dynamic Volume (vpage 127)
•This can also be set by pressing PURE DIRECT on the main unit.
NOTE
•Video signals are only output when HDMI signals are played in the PURE DIRECT
mode.
•When the PURE DIRECT mode has been selected, the display turns off after about
5 seconds.
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Auto surround playback
This mode detects the type of input digital signal, and automatically
selects the corresponding mode for playback.
1
Press PURE to select “AUTO”.
Auto surround playback begins.
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22Description of sound mode types
Dolby sound mode
Sound mode type
DOLBY PLg
DOLBY DIGITAL
DOLBY TrueHD
DOLBY DIGITAL Plus
Description
This mode can be selected when the Dolby Pro Logic g decoder is used to play back 2-channel sources in 5.1-channel
surround sound with an enveloping surround sound experience.
This mode can be selected when playing sources recorded with Dolby Digital.
This mode can be selected when playing sources recorded in Dolby TrueHD.
This mode can be selected when playing sources recorded with Dolby Digital Plus.
DTS sound mode
Sound mode type
DTS NEO:6
DTS SURROUND
DTS 96/24
DTS-HD
DTS Express
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Description
This mode can be selected when a DTS NEO:6 decoder is used to play back 2-channel source in 5.1-channel surround
sound.
There is a “Cinema” mode optimized for movie playback, and a “Music” mode optimized for music playback.
This mode can be selected when playing sources recorded in DTS.
This mode can be selected when playing sources recorded in DTS 96/24.
This mode can be selected when playing sources recorded in DTS-HD.
This mode can be selected when playing sources recorded in DTS Express.
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PCM multi-channel sound mode
Sound mode type
MULTI CH IN
Description
This mode can be selected when playing multi-channel PCM sources.
Original sound mode
Sound mode type
MULTI CH STEREO
VIRTUAL
Description
This mode is for enjoying stereo sound from all speakers.
Stereo audio (2-channel) sources are played back via the front (L/R) speakers, the surround speakers.
This mode lets you experience an expansive surround sound effect when playing back through just the front (L/R)
speakers only, and when listening with stereo headphones.
AUTO sound mode
Sound mode type
AUTO
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Description
In this mode, the type of digital signal input, such as Dolby Digital, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, DTS, DTS-HD,
PCM (multi-channel) is detected, and the playback mode switches automatically to the corresponding mode.
If the input signal is analog or PCM (2-channel), stereo playback is used.
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Stereo sound mode
Sound mode type
STEREO
Description
This mode plays 2-channel stereo audio with no additional surround sound processing.
•Sound is output from the front left and right speakers, and subwoofer if connected.
•When multi-channel signals are inputted, they are mixed down to 2-channel audio and are played back with no
additional surround sound processing.
Direct sound mode
Sound mode type
DIRECT
PURE DIRECT
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Description
This mode provides a direct input-to-output path with minimal audio processing, bypassing any unnecessary stages for
purest sound.
This mode provides the direct audio signal path benefit of the Direct mode along with disabling additional stages that
might possibly have an affect on sound quality.
In Pure Direct mode, the following elements are turned off:
•The front panel display and its driver circuitry are shut down. The display will temporarily come on when adjusting the
volume, etc., but will turn off again once the adjustment has been made.
•The analog video input/output switcher and processor is disabled.
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22Sound mode
•The following sound modes can be selected using the MOVIE, MUSIC, GAME, and PURE buttons.
•Adjust the sound field effect with the menu “Surr.Parameter” (vpage 121) to enjoy surround sound the way you like it.
Input signal
Sound mode
NOTE
STEREO
MOVIE
Sound mode
MUSIC
GAME
S
S
S
DOLBY PLg Movie
z2
S
DOLBY PLg Music
z2
S
DOLBY PLg Game
z2
2-channel z1
DTS NEO:6 Cinema
z2
S
DTS NEO:6 Music
z2
S
MULTI CH STEREO
S
S
VIRTUAL
S
S
z1 2-channel also includes analog input.
z2 This mode plays back 2-channel sources in 5.1-channel playback. It cannot be selected when headphones are used, or when only front speakers are used.
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PCM multi-channel
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Tips
MOVIE
Sound mode
MUSIC
GAME
STEREO
DOLBY DIGITAL
DOLBY TrueHD
DOLBY DIGITAL Plus
DTS SURROUND
DTS 96/24
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
DTS-HD HI RES
S
S
S
DTS-HD MSTR
S
S
S
DTS Express
S
S
S
MULTI CH IN
S
S
S
MULTI CH STEREO
S
S
S
VIRTUAL
S
S
S
Input signal
Multi-channel z3
Dolby Digital
Dolby TrueHD
Dolby Digital Plus
Playback
Sound mode
NOTE
z3 Some sound modes cannot be selected, depending on the audio format or number of channels of the input signal. For details, see “Types of input signals, and
corresponding sound modes” (vpage 185).
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22Views on the display
D +
q
qShows a decoder to be used.
DVD
w
•A DOLBY DIGITAL Plus decoder is displayed as “
D + ”.
wShows the name of the input source being played back.
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HDMI control function
A recent addition to the HDMI standard is CEC (Consumer Electronics Control), which allows control signals from one device to communicate with
another device via the HDMI cable connection. Not all HDMI-equipped devices have this capability.
Setting procedure
Set the HDMI output connector corresponding with the
HDMI control function.
5
Switch the input source of this unit to check that video
from the player connected by HDMI is played back
correctly.
2
Turn the power on for all the devices connected by
HDMI cable.
6
When you turn the TV’s power to standby, check that
the power of this unit also goes to standby.
3
Set the HDMI control function for all devices connected
by HDMI cable.
1
Set “HDMI Control” (vpage 129) to “On”.
NOTE
•Some functions may not operate depending on the connected TV or player. Check
the owner’s manual of each device for details beforehand.
•Please consult the operating instructions for the connected
devices to check the settings.
•Carry out steps 2 and 3 should any of the devices be unplugged.
4
Switch the television input to the HDMI input connected
to this unit.
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Sleep timer function
You can have the power automatically switched to standby once a set
time has elapsed. This is convenient for viewing and listening while going
to sleep.
SLEEP
Using the sleep timer
1
Press SLEEP and display the time you want to set.
•The SLEEP indicator on the display lights.
•You can set the sleep timer in the range from 10 to 120 minutes
in steps of 10 minutes.
22To cancel the sleep timer
Press SLEEP to set “Off”.
The SLEEP indicator on the display turns off.
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•The sleep timer is also cancelled when this unit is set to the standby mode or the
power is turned off.
NOTE
•The sleep timer function cannot turn off the power of devices connected to this
unit. To turn off the power of those connected devices, set up sleep timers on the
connected devices themselves.
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Web control function
You can control this unit from a web control screen on a web browser.
Controlling the unit from a web control
PC
This unit
Router
1
Switch the “IP Control” (vpage 149) setting to
“Always On”.
2
Check the IP address of this unit with “Information”
(vpage 149).
Network/Information
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Marantz NR1504
On
192.168.0.2
000678-000000
Friendly name
DHCP
IP Address
MAC Address
•This unit and the PC need to be connected to the network properly (vpage 37
“Connecting to a home network (LAN)”) in order to use the web control function.
•Depending on the settings of your security-related software, you may not be able
to access this unit from your PC. If this is the case, then change the settings of the
security-related software.
Checking the IP address.
Displays the current network settings of the AVR
3
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Start up the web browser.
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Enter the IP address of this unit in browser’s address
box.
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http://192.168.0.2
Edit View
Favorites Tools Help
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When thehttp://192.168.0.2
top menu is displayed, click on the menu item
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MAIN ZONE
Web Controller
Marantz NR1504
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CBL/SAT
MAIN ZONE
CBL/SAT
0.0
Setup Menu
Setup Menu
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•You can use the Web control function with Internet Explorer 8 or later to memorize
and call up various settings on this unit.
To memorize settings, click “SAVE” on the Setup Menu screen.
To call up settings, click “LOAD” on the Setup Menu screen.
For example, if the IP address of this unit is “192.168.0.2”, enter
“http://192.168.0.2”.
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Dual backup memory function
The unit stores settings information in nonvolatile memory even when the
main power supply is turned off. Using the Dual Backup Memory function,
you can write settings information to another memory area to back up
saved settings for recovery anytime as needed. Remembering set details
(Backup).
Remembering set details (Backup)
1
Set the unit in the state you want remembering, and
press and hold PRESET CH + and PRESET CH – for at
least 3 seconds.
“MEMORY SAVING” is shown in the display, and the setting details
are remembered.
DISPLAY
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•The volume is not remembered.
•If remembered details are overwritten, the previously remembered contents are
deleted.
PRESET CH –
Recalling remembered details
(Recovery)
PRESET CH +
1
Press and hold PRESET CH + and DISPLAY together for
at least 3 seconds.
“MEMORY LOAD” is shown in the display, and the remembered
details are recalled.
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•If there is no remembered data, “NO BACKUP” is shown in the display, and no
remembered details are recalled.
•As the volume cannot be recalled, it returns to the factory setting volume.
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Panel lock function
To prevent accidental operation of this unit, you can disable operation of
the buttons on the front panel.
Disabling all key button operations
M-DAX DISPLAY STATUS
X
PRESET CH –
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PRESET CH +
Display
Rear panel
1
Press X while you press and hold M-DAX and DISPLAY
with the unit in standby mode.
2
Press PRESET CH + or PRESET CH – to select “FP/VOL
LOCK On”.
3
Press STATUS to enter the setting.
All button operations except X are disabled.
Disabling all button operations except
VOLUME
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1
Press X while you press and hold M-DAX and DISPLAY
with the unit in standby mode.
2
Press PRESET CH + or PRESET CH – to select “FP LOCK
On”.
3
Press STATUS to enter the setting.
All button operations except X and VOLUME are disabled.
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Canceling the Panel lock function
1
Press X while you press and hold M-DAX and DISPLAY
with the unit in standby mode.
2
Press PRESET CH + or PRESET CH – to select “FP LOCK
zOff”.
(z The currently set mode.)
3
Press STATUS to enter the setting.
The Panel lock function is canceled.
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•Even when the Panel lock function is set, you can operate the unit using the
remote control unit.
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Remote lock function
When connecting an IR receiver, enable the Remote lock function. When
the function is enabled, you can not perform operations with the remote
control unit.
By default, this function is disabled.
Disabling the sensor function of the
remote control unit
M-DAX DISPLAY STATUS
X
PRESET CH –
1
When the main unit is in standby mode, press X while
holding down M-DAX and DISPLAY on the main unit.
2
Press PRESET CH + or PRESET CH – to select “RC LOCK
On”.
3
Press STATUS to enter the setting.
The infrared light receiving function is disabled.
Enabling the remote sensor function
PRESET CH +
1
When the main unit is in standby mode, press X while
holding down M-DAX and DISPLAY on the main unit.
2
Press PRESET CH + or PRESET CH – to select “RC LOCK
zOff”.
(z The currently set mode.)
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Press STATUS to enter the setting.
The infrared light receiving function on the main unit is enabled.
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Menu map
For menu operation, connect a TV to this unit and display the menu on the TV screen. For menu operations, see the following page.
By default, this unit has recommended settings defined. You can customize this unit based on your existing system and your preferences.
22Audio
Setting items
Description
Page
Dialog Level
This setting adjusts the output level to clarify the dialogue output from the center channel.
120
Subwoofer Level
This setting adjusts the volume level for the subwoofer.
120
Subwoofer
Turn subwoofer output on and off.
120
Subwoofer Level
This setting adjusts the volume level for the subwoofer.
120
Adjusts surround sound parameters.
121
Home Theater EQ
Gently softens the upper treble range of movie soundtracks to reduce possible harshness and improve clarity.
121
Loudness Mngmt
This sets whether to output as specified in “Dynamic Comp.” or output directly without compressing the
dynamic range of audio recorded in the disc.
121
Dynamic Comp.
Compress dynamic range (difference between loud and soft sounds).
121
Low Frequency
Adjust the low frequency effects level (LFE).
122
Center Image
Distributes the dialogue output from the center channel to the front left and right channels and widens the sound
image in the front.
122
Panorama
Assign front L/R signals to also go to the surround channels for wider sound.
122
Dimension
Shift sound image center to front or rear to adjust playback balance.
122
Center Width
Distributes the dialogue output from the center channel to left and right channels and widens the sound image
in the front.
123
Surr.Parameter
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Tone
Tips
Description
Appendix
Page
Adjusts the tonal quality of the sound.
123
Tone Control
Set the tone control function to on/off.
123
Bass
Adjust bass.
123
Treble
Adjust treble.
123
M-DAX
Expands the low and high frequency components of compressed audio content such as MP3 files to enable
richer audio playback.
124
Audio Delay
Compensates for incorrect timing between video and audio.
124
Volume
Set the volume setting.
124
Scale
Set how volume is displayed.
124
Limit
Make a setting for maximum volume.
125
Power On Level
Define the volume setting that is active when the power is turned on.
125
Mute Level
Set the amount of attenuation when muting is on.
125
Makes Audyssey MultEQ®, Audyssey Dynamic EQ® and Audyssey Dynamic Volume® settings.
125
MultEQ®
MultEQ® compensates for both time and frequency characteristics of the listening area based on Audyssey®
Setup measurement results.
125
Dynamic EQ
Solves the problem of deteriorating sound quality as volume is decreased by taking into account human
perception and room acoustics. Works with MultEQ®.
126
Ref.Lev.Offset
Audyssey Dynamic EQ® is referenced to the standard film mix level.
126
Dynamic Volume
Solves the problem of large variations in volume level between TV, movies and other content (between quiet
passages and loud passages, etc.) by automatically adjusting to the user’s preferred volume setting.
127
Audyssey
Manual EQ
Uses the graphic equalizer to adjust the tone of each speaker.
127
Speaker Select
Select whether to adjust tones for individual speakers or for all speakers.
127
Adjust EQ
Adjust tonal balance for each frequency band. Adjust the speaker selected in “Speaker Select”.
127
Curve Copy
Copy “Audyssey Flat”curve from MultEQ®.
128
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Setting items
HDMI Setup
Description
Page
Makes settings for HDMI video/audio output.
129
Auto Lip Sync
Make automatic compensation for timing shift in audio and video output.
129
HDMI Audio Out
Select HDMI audio output device.
129
HDMI PassThrough
Selects how the AV receiver will pass HDMI signals to the HDMI output in standby power mode.
129
HDMI Control
You can link operations with devices connected to HDMI and compatible with HDMI Control.
129
Pass Source
The AV receiver will “pass through” the sources HDMI signal when in standby.
130
Pow.Off Control
Links the power standby of this unit to external devices.
130
Select the on-screen display user interface preferences.
130
Volume
Sets where to display the master volume level.
130
Info
Displays status of operation temporarily when the sound mode is changed, or input source is switched.
130
Now Playing
Sets how long each menu is displayed when the input source is “NETWORK”, “iPod/USB”, or “TUNER”.
130
Set the video output signal format for the TV you are using.
131
On Screen Disp.
TV Format
22Inputs
Setting items
Description
Page
Input Assign
Changes input connector assignment.
132
Source Rename
Changes the display name for input source.
134
Hide Sources
Remove from the display input sources that are not used.
134
Source Level
Adjusts the playback level of the audio input.
134
Input Select
Sets the audio input mode and decode mode.
135
Input Mode
Set the audio input modes for input sources.
135
Decode Mode
Set the audio decode mode for input source.
135
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22Speakers
Setting items
Audyssey® Setup
Manual Setup
Description
Page
The acoustic characteristics of the connected speakers and listening room are measured and the optimum
settings are made automatically.
136
Perform when setting the speakers manually or when changing settings made in Audyssey® Setup.
145
Speaker Config.
Indicate speaker presence and select speaker size categories based on bass reproduction capability.
145
Distances
Set distance from listening position to speakers.
146
Levels
Set the volume of the test tone to be the same when it is output from each speaker.
146
Crossovers
Set the maximum frequency of the bass signal output from each channel to the subwoofer.
147
Bass
Set subwoofer and LFE signal range playback.
148
22Network
Setting items
Description
Page
Information
Display network information.
149
IP Control
Enables network communication in standby power mode.
149
Friendly Name
The Friendly Name is the name of this unit displayed on the network. You can change the Friendly Name
according to your preferences.
149
Settings
Make settings for wired LAN.
150
Diagnostics
Used to check the network connection.
151
Maintenance Mode
Use when receiving maintenance from a Marantz service engineer or custom installer.
152
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22General
Setting items
Description
Page
Language
Sets the language for display the menu on the TV screen.
153
Auto Standby
Sets the time for switching to auto standby when there are no audio or video signals input into this unit.
153
Front Display
Makes settings related to the display on this unit.
153
Information
Show information about receiver settings, input signals, etc.
154
Audio
Shows information about audio input signals.
154
Video
Shows information about video input signal and HDMI Monitor.
154
Status
Shows information about status.
154
Firmware
Displays system information.
154
Notifications
Displays and sets notifications from Marantz.
154
Usage Data
Selects whether or not to send anonymous usage data to Marantz.
155
Firmware
Checks for the latest firmware information about updates and upgrades, updates the firmware, and sets up the
notification message display.
156
Update
Update the firmware of the receiver.
156
Notifications
Sets whether or not to display a notification message when new firmware is released.
156
Add New Feature
Display new features that can be downloaded to this unit and perform an upgrade.
157
Protect settings from inadvertent changes.
158
Setup Lock
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22Setup Assistant
Description
Page
Begin Setup
Setting items
Perform basic installation/connections/settings from the beginning according to the guidance indicated on the TV
screen.
C7
Language Select
Perform settings item by item according to the guidance indicated on the TV screen.
Speaker Setup
Speaker Calibration
Network Setup
Input Setup
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Menu operation
uio p
ENTER
BACK
Front panel
1
Press SETUP.
2
Use uio p to select the menu to be set or operated,
then press ENTER.
3
4
Use o p to change to desired setting.
The menu is displayed on the TV screen.
Press ENTER to enter the setting.
•To return to the previous item, press BACK.
•Exiting the Menu, press SETUP while the menu is displayed.
The menu display disappears.
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Inputting characters
On this unit, you can change the name displayed on the following screens to the names that you prefer.
•Preset Name (vpage 60)
•Text Search (vpage 91)
•Source Rename (vpage 134)
•Friendly Name (vpage 149)
•Character input for the network functions (vpage 63, 70, 75, 79, 150)
Keyboard screen
1
Display the screen for inputting characters.
GExampleH Source Rename screen
Source Rename
CBL/SAT
CBL/SAT
Clear
Insert
Delete
A B C D E F G H I J K L M
3
Select a character to be input with uio p then press
ENTER.
4
5
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to change the name.
Use uio p to select “OK”, then press ENTER.
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ! “ #
$ % & ‘ ( ) z+ , ; < = >
a/A
2
Space
Cancel
OK
Select a character to be changed.
qUse uio p to select “,” or “.”.
wPress ENTER to place the cursor at the character to
be changed.
Each time ENTER is pressed, the cursor moves by one character.
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Make audio-related settings.
Dialog Level
Subwoofer Level
This setting adjusts the output level to clarify the dialogue output from the
center channel.
This setting adjusts the volume level for the subwoofer.
22Subwoofer
22Level
Turn subwoofer output on and off.
On (Default) : The subwoofer is used.
Off : The subwoofer is not used.
–12.0dB – +12.0dB (Default : 0.0dB)
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•This can be set when the sound mode is “DIRECT” and the “Subwoofer
Mode” (vpage 148) is “LFE+Main”.
22Subwoofer Level
This setting adjusts the volume level for the subwoofer.
–12.0dB – +12.0dB (Default : 0.0dB)
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22Loudness Mngmt
Surr.Parameter
This sets whether to output as specified in “Dynamic Comp.” or output
directly without compressing the dynamic range of audio recorded in
the disc.
On (Default) : Outputs using the settings made in “Dynamic Comp.”
and “Dialogue normalization function” (vpage 154)
are enabled.
Off : “Dynamic Comp.” settings and “Dialogue Normalization” are
disabled, and the signals on the disk are output as is.
You can adjust the surround audio sound field effects to match your
preferences.
The items (parameters) that can be adjusted depend on the signal
being input and the currently set sound mode. For details on the
adjustable parameters, see “Sound modes and surround parameters”
(vpage 182).
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•Some setting items cannot be set while playback is stopped. Make the settings
during playback.
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•This can be set in the Dolby TrueHD mode.
22Home Theater EQ
22Dynamic Comp.
Gently softens the upper treble range of movie soundtracks to reduce
possible harshness and improve clarity.
On : “Home Theater EQ” is used.
Off (Default) : “Home Theater EQ” is not used.
Compress dynamic range (difference between loud and soft sounds).
Auto : Automatic dynamic range compression on/off control according
to source.
Low / Medium / High : These set the compression level.
Off : Dynamic range compression is always off.
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•You can set “Auto” only for the Dolby TrueHD source.
•The default setting is “Off”. When the input signal is Dolby TrueHD source,
the default setting is “Auto”.
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22Low Frequency
Assign front L/R signals to also go to the surround channels for wider
sound.
On : Set.
Off (Default) : Do not set.
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•For proper playback of the different sources, we recommend setting to the
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•Dolby Digital sources : 0dB
•DTS movie sources : 0dB
•DTS music sources : –10dB
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22Dimension
Shift sound image center to front or rear to adjust playback balance.
0 – 6 (Default : 3)
22Center Image
Distributes the dialogue output from the center channel to the front left
and right channels and widens the sound image in the front.
0.0 – 1.0 (Default : 0.3)
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•You can set this when the sound mode is Dolby PLg in the “Music” mode.
•As you set a smaller number, the surround sound field shifts backward; as you
set a larger number, the surround sound field shifts forward.
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•You can set this when the sound mode is set to DTS NEO:6 Music.
•The smaller the value, the more dialogue is concentrated on the center
channel. The larger the value, the more dialogue is distributed to front left and
right channels, and the more the sound image widens in the front.
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22Panorama
Adjust the low-frequency effects level (LFE).
–10dB – 0dB (Default)
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Tone
Distributes the dialogue output from the center channel to left and right
channels and widens the sound image in the front.
0 – 7 (Default : 3)
Adjust the tonal quality of the sound.
22Tone Control
Set the tone control function to on/off.
On : Allow tone adjustment (bass, treble).
Off (Default) : Playback without tone adjustment.
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•You can set this when the sound mode is Dolby PLg in the “Music” mode.
•The smaller the value, the more dialogue is concentrated on the center
channel. The larger the value, the more dialogue is distributed to front left and
right channels, and the more the sound image widens in the front.
22Bass
22Set Defaults
Adjust bass.
–6dB – +6dB (Default : 0dB)
The “Surr.Parameter” settings are returned to the default settings.
22Treble
Adjust treble.
–6dB – +6dB (Default : 0dB)
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•This cannot be set when the sound mode is set to “DIRECT” or “PURE
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Audio Delay
Compressed audio formats such as MP3, WMA (Windows Media Audio)
and MPEG-4 AAC reduce the amount of data by eliminating signal
components that are hard for the human ear to hear. The “M-DAX”
function generates the signals eliminated upon compression, restoring the
sound to conditions near those of the original sound before compression.
It also restores the original bass characteristics for a rich and expanded
tonal range.
While viewing video, manually adjust the time to delay audio output so
that the video and audio are synchronized.
0ms (Default) – 200ms
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•This item can be set within the range of 0 to 100 ms when “Auto Lip Sync”
(vpage 129) is set to “On” and when a TV compatible with Auto Lip Sync is
connected.
•Store “Audio Delay” for each input source.
22Mode
High : Optimized mode for compressed sources with very weak highs
(64 kbps and under).
Medium : Apply suitable bass and treble boost for all compressed
sources (96 kbps and under).
Low : Optimized mode for compressed sources with normal highs (96
kbps and over).
Off (Default) : D
o not use “M-DAX”.
Volume
Set the volume setting.
22Scale
Set how volume is displayed.
0 – 98 (Default) : Display in the range 0 (Min) to 98.
–79.5dB – 18.0dB : Display ---dB (Min), in the range –79.5 dB to 18.0
dB.
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•This item can be set with analog signals or PCM signal (Sample Rate =
44.1/48 kHz) is input.
•“M-DAX” settings are stored for each input source.
•This cannot be set when the sound mode is set to “DIRECT” or “PURE
DIRECT”.
•This can also be set by pressing M-DAX on the main unit.
•The M-DAX indicator lights.
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22Limit
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Audyssey
Make a setting for maximum volume.
60 (–20dB) / 70 (–10dB) / 80 (0dB)
Off (Default)
Set Audyssey MultEQ®, Audyssey Dynamic EQ® and Audyssey Dynamic
Volume®. These can be selected after Audyssey® Setup has been
performed. For additional information on Audyssey technology, please
see page 187.
22Power On Level
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Define the volume setting that is active when the power is turned on.
Last (Default) : Use the memorized setting from the last session.
Mute : Always use the muting on condition when power is turned on.
1 – 98 (–79dB – 18dB) : The volume is adjusted to the set level.
•“MultEQ®”, “Dynamic EQ” and “Dynamic Volume” settings are stored for each
input source.
•“MultEQ®”, “Dynamic EQ” and “Dynamic Volume” cannot be set when the sound
mode is set to “DIRECT” or “PURE DIRECT”.
22MultEQ®
22Mute Level
MultEQ® compensates for both time and frequency characteristics of
the listening area based on Audyssey® Setup measurement results.
Selection is done from three types of compensation curves. We
recommend the “Audyssey” setting.
Audyssey (Default) : Optimize the frequency response of all speakers.
Audyssey Byp. L/R : Optimize frequency response of speakers except
front L and R speakers.
Audyssey Flat : Optimize frequency response of all speakers to flat
response.
Manual EQ : Apply frequency response set with “Manual EQ”
(vpage 127).
Off : Turn “MultEQ®” equalizer off.
Set the amount of attenuation when muting is on.
Full (Default) : The sound is muted entirely.
–40dB : The sound is attenuated by 40 dB down.
–20dB : The sound is attenuated by 20 dB down.
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22Ref.Lev.Offset
Solves the problem of deteriorating sound quality as volume is
decreased by taking into account human perception and room
acoustics. Works with MultEQ®.
On (Default) : Use Dynamic EQ.
Off : Do not use Dynamic EQ.
Audyssey Dynamic EQ® is referenced to the standard film mix level. It
makes adjustments to maintain the reference response and surround
envelopment when the volume is turned down from 0 dB. However,
film reference level is not always used in music or other non-film
content. Dynamic EQ Reference Level Offset provides three offsets
from the film level reference (5 dB, 10 dB, and 15 dB) that can be
selected when the mix level of the content is not within the standard.
Recommended setting levels for content are shown below.
0dB (Film Ref) (Default) : Optimized for content such as movies.
5dB : Select this setting for content that has a very wide dynamic
range, such as classical music.
10dB : Select this setting for jazz or other music that has a wider
dynamic range. This setting should also be selected for TV
content as that is usually mixed at 10 dB below film reference.
15dB : Select this setting for pop/rock music or other program material
that is mixed at very high listening levels and has a compressed
dynamic range.
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•When the menu “Dynamic EQ” setting is “On”, it is not possible to do “Tone
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•Setting is enabled when “Dynamic EQ” (vpage 126) is “On”.
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Manual EQ
Solves the problem of large variations in volume level between TV,
movies and other content (between quiet passages and loud passages,
etc.) by automatically adjusting to the user’s preferred volume setting.
Heavy : Most adjustment to softest and loudest sounds.
Medium : Medium adjustment to loudest and softest sound.
Light : Least adjustment to loudest and softest sounds.
Off (Default) : Do not use “Dynamic Volume”.
Use the 9 band graphic equalizer to adjust the tone of each speaker.
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•“Manual EQ” can be set when “MultEQ®” (vpage 125) setting is “Manual EQ”.
•Speakers for which “Manual EQ” can be set differ according to the sound mode.
22Speaker Select
Select whether to adjust tones for individual speakers or for all
speakers.
All
Left/Right (Default)
Each
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22Adjust EQ
Adjust tonal balance for each frequency band. Adjust the speaker
selected in “Speaker Select”.
q Select the speaker.
w Select the adjustment frequency band.
63Hz / 125Hz / 250Hz / 500Hz / 1kHz / 2kHz / 4kHz / 8kHz / 16kHz
e Adjust the level.
–20.0dB – +6.0dB (Default : 0.0dB)
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22Curve Copy
Copy “Audyssey Flat” curve from “MultEQ®” (vpage 125).
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22Set Defaults
The “Manual EQ” settings are returned to the default settings.
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Make video-related settings.
22HDMI PassThrough
HDMI Setup
Selects how the AV receiver will pass HDMI signals to the HDMI
output in standby power mode.
On : Passes the selected HDMI input through the AV receiver’s HDMI
output when the AV receiver is in standby power mode.
Off (Default) : No HDMI signals are passed through the AV receiver’s
HDMI output in standby power mode.
Make settings for HDMI video/audio output.
NOTE
•When “HDMI PassThrough” and “HDMI Control” is set to “On”, it consumes
more standby power. If you are not using this unit for an extended period, it is
recommended that you unplug the power cord from the power outlet.
22Auto Lip Sync
22HDMI Control
Make automatic compensation for timing shift in audio and video
output.
On (Default) : Compensated.
Off : Not compensated.
You can link operations with devices connected to HDMI and
compatible with HDMI Control.
On : Use HDMI control function.
Off (Default) : Do not use HDMI control function.
22HDMI Audio Out
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Select HDMI audio output device.
AVR (Default) : Play back through speakers connected to the unit.
TV : Play back through TV connected to the unit.
•Please consult the operating instructions for each connected device to check
the settings.
•Refer to “HDMI control function” (vpage 104) for more information about
the HDMI control function.
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•When the HDMI control function is activated, priority is given to the TV audio
setting (vpage 104 “HDMI control function”).
•When the power of this unit is on and “HDMI Audio Out” is set to “TV”,
audio is output as 2-channel from the HDMI OUT connector.
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22Pass Source
Select the on-screen display user interface preferences.
22Volume
Sets where to display the master volume level.
Bottom (Default) : Display at the bottom.
Top : Display at the top.
Off : Turn display off.
zz “Pass Source” can be set when any of the HDMI connectors is assigned to
“CD” for the input source in the “Input Assign” (vpage 132) setting.
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•When the master volume display is hard to see when superimposed text
(closed captioning) or movie subtitles are present, set to “Top”.
•“Pass Source” can be set when “HDMI Control” is set to “On” or “HDMI
PassThrough” is set to “On”.
22Info
22Pow.Off Control
Displays status of operation temporarily when the sound mode is
changed, or input source is switched.
On (Default) : Turn display on.
Off : Turn display off.
Links the power standby of this unit to external devices.
All (Default) : If power to a connected TV is turned off independently
of the input source, power to this unit is automatically
set to standby.
Video : With an input source being selected that is assigned either
“HDMI” or “VIDEO” (vpage 133), when you turn the
power of the TV off, power to this unit is automatically set to
standby.
Off : This unit does not link with power to a TV.
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On Screen Disp.
The AV receiver will “pass through” the sources HDMI signal when
in standby.
Last (Default) : Choose this option to “pass through” the last used
HDMI input video source.
CBL/SAT / Blu-ray/DVD / GAME / AUX / MEDIA PLAYER / CDz :
Choose this option to “pass through” the selected input source when
in standby.
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22Now Playing
Sets the display time for the playback display when the input source is
“NETWORK”, “iPod/USB” or “TUNER”.
Always On (Default) : Show display continuously.
Auto Off : Show display for 30 seconds after operation.
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Set the video signal format to be output for the TV you are using.
22Format
PAL (Default) : Select PAL output.
NTSC : Select NTSC output.
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•“Format” can also be set by the following procedure. However, the menu
screen is not displayed.
1.Press and hold the main unit’s PRESET CH – and STATUS for at least 3
seconds.
“V.Format:<PAL>” appears on the display.
2. Use the main unit’s PRESET CH +, – and set the video signal format.
3.Press the main unit’s STATUS to complete the setting.
NOTE
•When a format other than the video format of the connected TV is set, the
picture will not be displayed properly.
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Inputs
Perform settings related to input source playback.
You do not have to change the settings to use the unit. Make settings when needed.
Input Assign
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•By default, each item is set as follows.
By making connections as indicated by the input sources printed on the
audio/video input connectors of this unit, you can just press one of the
input source select buttons to easily play back audio or video from a
connected device.
If you have made connections that are different to the default settings, the
HDMI input connectors, digital audio input connectors, analog audio input
connectors and video input connectors assigned to each input source can
be changed using these items.
HDMI
DIGITAL
ANALOG
VIDEO
CBL/SAT
Input source
1
Coax
1
1
Blu-ray/DVD
2
–
2
2
GAME
3
–
–
–
MEDIA PLAYER
4
–
–
3
TV AUDIO
AUX
CD
Input Assign
HDMI
Set Defaults
1
CBL/SAT
2
Blu-ray/DVD
3
GAME
4
MEDIA PLAYER
-
TV AUDIO
Front
AUX
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ANALOG
VIDEO
Coax
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-
-
Opt
-
-
1
2
-
-
-
-
3
1
2
-
3
-
-
-
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Opt
–
–
Front
–
–
–
–
–
3
–
nn TV set top box/satellite users please note
When using the optical or coaxial digital audio output on a TV/satellite
box :
To play the video signal assigned to “HDMI” combined with the audio
signal assigned at “Input Assign” – “DIGITAL”, you will also need to
select “Digital” in the “Input Mode” (vpage 135).
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22VIDEO
Set this to change the HDMI input connectors assigned to the input
sources.
1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / Front : Assign an HDMI input connector to the selected
input source.
– : Do not assign an HDMI input connector to the selected input source.
Set this to change the composite video input connectors assigned to
the input sources.
1 / 2 / 3 : Assign the video input connector to the selected input source.
– : Do not assign a video input connector to the selected input source.
22Set Defaults
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The “Input Assign” settings are returned to the default settings.
•When “HDMI Control” (vpage 129) is set to “On”, HDMI input connector
cannot be assigned to “TV AUDIO”.
22DIGITAL
Set this to change the digital audio input connectors assigned to the
input sources.
Coax (Coaxial) / Opt (Optical) :
Assign a digital audio input connector to the selected input source.
– : Do not assign a digital audio input connector to the selected input
source.
22ANALOG
Set this to change the analog audio input connectors assigned to the
input sources.
1 / 2 / 3 : Assign a analog audio input connector to the selected input
source.
– : Do not assign a analog audio input connector to the selected input
source.
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Hide Sources
Change the display name for input source.
This is convenient when the name of your device and the input source
name of this unit are different. You can change the name to suit your
needs. When the renaming is completed, the name is displayed on this
unit’s display and on the menu screen.
CBL/SAT / Blu-ray/DVD / GAME / AUX / MEDIA PLAYER / CD /
TV AUDIO / M-XPort : Change the display name of the selected input
source.
Set Defaults : The “Source Rename” settings are returned to the default
settings.
Remove from the display input sources that are not used.
Show (Default) : Use this source.
Hide : Do not use this source.
Source Level
This function corrects the playback level of the selected input source’s
audio input.
Make this setting if there are differences in the input volume levels
between the different sources.
–12dB – +12dB (Default : 0dB)
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22Decode Mode
Input Select
Set the audio decode mode for input source.
Auto (Default) : Detect type of digital audio input signal and decode and
play automatically.
PCM : Decode and play only PCM input signals.
DTS : Decode and play only DTS input signals.
Set the audio input mode and decode mode of each input source.
The input modes available for selection may vary depending on the input
source.
22Input Mode
Set the audio input modes for the different input sources.
It is normally recommended to set the audio input mode to “Auto”.
Auto (Default) : Automatically detect input signal and perform playback.
HDMI : Play only signals from HDMI input.
Digital : Play only signals from digital audio input.
Analog : Play only signals from analog audio input.
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assigned at “Input Assign” (vpage 132).
•Normally set this mode to “Auto”. It is recommended to set “PCM” or “DTS”
when audio is missing at the beginning or a noise occurs.
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•When digital signals are properly input, the ~ indicator lights on the display.
If the ~ indicator does not light, check “Input Assign” (vpage 132) and
the connections.
•If “HDMI Control” is set to “On” and a TV compatible with the ARC is
connected via the HDMI MONITOR connectors, the input mode whose input
source is “TV AUDIO” is fixed to ARC.
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The acoustic characteristics of the connected speakers and listening room are measured and the optimum settings are made automatically. This is called
“Audyssey® Setup”.
You do not have to perform Audyssey® Setup when you have already performed Speaker Calibration in Setup Assistant.
To set up the speakers manually, use “Manual Setup” (vpage 145) on the menu.
Audyssey® Setup
NOTE
•Make the room as quiet as possible. Background noise can disrupt the room
measurements. Close windows and turn off the power on electronic devices
(TVs, radios, air conditioners, fluorescent lights, etc.). The measurements could be
affected by the sounds emitted by such devices.
•During the measurement process, place cell phones outside the listening room.
Cell phone signals could disrupt the measurements.
•Do not stand between the speakers and Setup and measurement microphone or
allow obstacles in the path while the measurements are being made. Do not hold
the Setup and measurement microphone in your hand during measurements. This
will cause inaccurate readings.
•During the measurement process, audible test tones will come from the speakers
and subwoofer(s), but this is part of normal operation. If there is background noise
in the room, these test signals will increase in volume.
•Operating VOLUME df on the remote control unit or VOLUME on the main unit
during the measurements will cancel the measurements.
•Measurement cannot be performed when headphones are connected. Unplug the
headphones before performing Audyssey® Setup.
To perform measurement, place the Setup and measurement microphone
in multiple locations all around the listening area. For best results, we
recommend you measure in six positions, as shown in the illustration (up
to six positions).
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•When performing Audyssey® Setup, Audyssey MultEQ® / Audyssey Dynamic EQ® /
Audyssey Dynamic Volume® functions become active (vpage 125, 127).
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22About Setup and measurement microphone
placement
GExample qH
GExample wH
FL SW C
FR
( : Measuring positions)
SL
*M
The main listening position is the position where listeners would
normally sit or where one would normally sit alone within the listening
environment. Before starting Audyssey® Setup, place the Setup and
measurement microphone in the main listening position. Audyssey
MultEQ® uses the measurements from this position to calculate
speaker distance, level, polarity, and the optimum crossover value for
the subwoofer.
FL Front speaker (L)
FR Front speaker (R)
C Center speaker
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SL
SR
*M
SR
SW Subwoofer
SL Surround speaker (L)
SR Surround speaker (R)
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•Measurements are performed by placing the Setup and measurement
microphone successively at multiple positions throughout the entire
listening area, as shown in GExample qH.
•Even if the listening environment is small as shown in GExample wH,
measuring at multiple points throughout the listening environment
results in more effective correction.
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1
Tips
Mount the Setup and measurement microphone on a
tripod or stand and place it in the main listening position.
When you set the setup microphone, point the tip of it toward the
ceiling, at the height of your ears in your listening position.
Preparation
2
If using a subwoofer capable of the following
adjustments, set up the subwoofer as shown below.
nn When using a subwoofer with a direct mode
Set the direct mode to “On” and disable the volume adjustment
and crossover frequency setting.
Measurement
Calculation
nn When using a subwoofer without a direct mode
Make the following settings:
•Volume : “12 o’clock position”
•Crossover frequency : “Maximum/Highest Frequency”
•Low pass filter : “Off”
•Standby mode : “Off”
Check
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Connect the Setup and measurement microphone to
the SETUP MIC jack of this unit.
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Select “Start” and then press ENTER.
Select “Next” and then press ENTER.
Select “Begin Test” and then press ENTER.
•Measurement requires several minutes.
NOTE
•If “Caution!” is displayed on TV screen:
Go to “Error messages” (vpage 143). Check any related items, and
perform the necessary procedures.
When the Setup and measurement
microphone is connected, the following
screen is displayed.
nn When measuring has stopped
q Press BACK to display the popup screen.
wPress o to select “Yes”, and then press ENTER.
Audyssey Setup
Y ou r A V R c a n aut omat ically me as ur e t he
a c ou s ti c s of y our r oom and t he opt imiz e
y ou r s p e a k e rs .
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The detected speakers are displayed.
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Move the Setup and measurement microphone to
position 2, select “Continue”, and then press ENTER.
The measurement of the second position starts. Measurements
can be made in up to six positions.
Audyssey Setup
Speaker Detection
Front
Center
Subwoofer
Surround
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Audyssey Setup
Pla c e the m ic ro p ho ne a t ea r level a t the 2nd
Listening p o sitio n.
Continue
Calculation
Repeat Last Test
8
Next
Select “Next” and then press ENTER.
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•To skip measuring the second and subsequent listening position, press i
to select “Calculation” and press ENTER to proceed to step 12.
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Repeat step 9, measuring positions 3 to 6.
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Use ui to select the item you want to check, and then
press ENTER.
Select “Calculation” and then press ENTER.
Audyssey Setup
C hec k p ro c essing result.
To p ro c eed , selec t “Sto re”.
Audyssey Setup
Ca l i b ra ti on comple t e ! Now Calculat ing . . .
P l e a s e wait . . .
Speaker Config.
Distances
Levels
Crossovers
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•Subwoofers may measure a greater reported distance than
the actual distance due to added electrical delay common in
subwoofers.
•Analysis takes several minutes to complete. The more speakers
and measurement positions that there are, the more time it takes
to perform the analysis.
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Select “Store” and then press ENTER.
Save the measurement results.
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Set Audyssey Dynamic Volume®.
Audyssey Setup
Audyssey Setup
Yo u c a n set Dy na m ic Vo lume func tio n,
whic h a uto m a tic a lly a d justs vo lum e level
fo r a ll c o ntent.
Ch e c k p r oce s s ing r e s ult .
T o p roc ee d, s e le ct “St or e ”.
Do yo u wa nt to ena b le?
Speaker Config.
Distances
Levels
Crossovers
Yes
No
Store
•This feature adjusts the output volume to the optimal level while
constantly monitoring the level of the audio input to the unit.
Optimal volume control is performed automatically without any
loss in the dynamism and clarity of the sound when, for example,
the volume suddenly increases for commercials shown during
television programs.
•Saving the results requires about 20 seconds.
NOTE
•During saving of measurement results, be sure not to turn off the power.
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Unplug the Setup and measurement microphone from
the unit’s SETUP MIC jack.
NOTE
•After performing Audyssey® Setup, do not change the speaker connections or
subwoofer volume. In event of a change, perform Audyssey® Setup again.
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An error message is displayed if Audyssey® Setup could not be completed due to speaker placement, the measurement environment, etc. If an error
message is displayed, check the relevant items and perform the necessary measures. Be sure to turn off the power before checking speaker connections.
Examples
Error details
Measures
Microphone or Speaker is
None
•Setup and measurement microphone is not
detected.
•Not all speakers could be detected.
•Connect the included Setup and measurement microphone to the
SETUP MIC jack of this unit.
•Check the speaker connections.
Ambient noise is too high or
level is too low
•There is too much noise in the room.
•Speaker or subwoofer sound is too low.
•Either turn off any device generating noise or move it away.
•Perform again when the surroundings are quieter.
•Check the speaker installation and the direction in which the
speakers are facing.
•Adjust the subwoofer’s volume.
Front R : None
•The displayed speaker could not be
detected.
•Check the connections of the displayed speaker.
Front R : Phase
•The displayed speaker is connected with
the polarity reversed.
•Check the polarity of the displayed speaker.
•For some speakers, this error message may be displayed even if
the speaker is properly connected. If you are sure the connection is
correct, press p to select “Skip Error”, then press ENTER.
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Retrieving Audyssey® Setup settings
If you set “Restore...” to “Restore”, you can return to Audyssey® Setup
measurement result (value calculated at the start by MultEQ®) even when
you have changed each setting manually.
Audyssey Setup
Y ou r A V R c an aut omat ically me as ur e t he
a c ou s ti c s of y our r oom and t he opt imiz e
y ou r s p e a k e r s .
Check Results
Restorer...
Start
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22Center
Set the presence and size of the center speaker.
Large : Use a large speaker that can adequately play back very low
bass frequencies.
Small (Default) : Use a small speaker that has inadequate playback
capacity for very low bass frequencies.
None : Select when a center speaker is not connected.
Perform when setting the speakers manually or when changing settings
made in Audyssey® Setup.
•If you change the speaker settings after performing Audyssey® Setup,
it will not be possible to select Audyssey MultEQ®, Audyssey Dynamic
EQ® and Audyssey Dynamic Volume® (vpage 125, 127).
•“Manual Setup” can be used without changing the settings. Please set
if necessary.
22Subwoofer
Speaker Config.
Set the presence of a subwoofer.
Yes (Default) : Use a subwoofer.
No : Select when a subwoofer is not connected.
Indicate speaker presence and select speaker size categories based on
bass reproduction capability.
22Front
22Surround
Set the front speaker size.
Large (Default) : Use a large speaker that can adequately play back very
low bass frequencies.
Small : Use a small speaker that has inadequate playback capacity for
very low bass frequencies.
Set the presence and size of the surround speakers.
Large : Use a large speaker that can adequately play back very low
bass frequencies.
Small (Default) : Use a small speaker that has inadequate playback
capacity for very low bass frequencies.
None : Select when the surround speakers are not connected.
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•When “Subwoofer” is set to “No”, “Front” is automatically set to “Large”.
•When “Front” is set to “Small”, “Center” and “Surround“ can not be set to
“Large”.
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Levels
Set distance from listening position to speakers.
Measure beforehand the distance from the listening position to each
speaker.
Set the volume of the test tone to be the same when it is output from
each speaker.
22Test Tone Start
22Unit
Output test tone. A test tone is output from the selected speaker.
While listening to the test tone, adjust the volume output from the
selected speaker.
–12.0dB – +12.0dB (Default : 0.0dB)
Set the unit of distance.
Meters (Default)
Feet
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22Step
•When “Levels” is adjusted, the adjusted values are set for all the sound
modes.
•When headphones are connected to the PHONES connector on this unit, you
cannot set “Levels”.
Set the minimum variable width of the distance.
0.1m (Default) / 0.01m
1ft / 0.1ft
22Set Defaults
22Set Defaults
The “Levels” settings are returned to the default settings.
The “Distances” settings are returned to the default settings.
22Set the distance
0.00m – 18.00m / 0.0ft – 60.0ft
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•The speakers that can be selected differ depending on the “Speaker Config.”
(vpage 145) settings.
•Default settings :
Front L / Front R / Center / Subwoofer : 3.60 m (12.0 ft)
Surround L / Surround R : 3.00 m (10.0 ft)
•Set the difference in the distance between the speakers to less than 6.00 m
(20.0 ft).
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22Set the crossover frequency
Crossovers
40Hz / 60Hz / 80Hz (Default) / 90Hz / 100Hz / 110Hz / 120Hz / 150Hz /
200Hz / 250Hz
Set in accordance with the lower limit frequency of the base frequencies
that can be played back through each speaker.
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22Speaker Select
•“Crossovers” can be set when the “Subwoofer Mode” (vpage 148)
setting is “LFE+Main”, or when you have a speaker that is set to “Small”.
•The default crossover frequency is “80Hz”, which will work best with the
widest variety of speakers. We recommend setting to a higher frequency that
the crossover frequency when small speakers are used. For example, set to
“250Hz” when the frequency range of the speakers is 250 Hz – 20 kHz.
•For speakers set to “Small”, low frequency content below the crossover
frequency is attenuated to the speakers and the low bass content is then
re-delivered to the subwoofer, or the front (L/R) speakers if they have been
set to Large.
•The speakers that can be set when “Individual” is selected differ depending
on to the “Subwoofer Mode” (vpage 148) setting.
•When “LFE” is selected, speakers set to “Small” at “Speaker Config.”
(vpage 145) can be set. If the speakers are set to “Large”, “Full Band” is
displayed and the setting cannot be made.
•When “LFE+Main” is selected, speakers can be set regardless of the
“Speaker Config.” (vpage 145) setting.
Selects how to set the crossover frequency. See the speaker manual
for information concerning speaker crossover frequency.
All (Default) : S
ets the same crossover frequency for all speakers.
Individual : Selects the crossover points for each speaker individually.
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22LPF for LFE
Bass
Set LFE signal playback range. Set this when you want to change the
playback frequency (low pass filter point) of the subwoofer.
80Hz / 90Hz / 100Hz / 110Hz / 120Hz (Default) / 150Hz / 200Hz / 250Hz
Set subwoofer and LFE signal range playback.
22Subwoofer Mode
Select low range signals to be reproduced by subwoofer.
LFE (Default) : The low range signal of the channel set to “Small”
speaker size is added to the LFE signal output from the
subwoofer.
LFE+Main : The low range signal of all channels is added to the LFE
signal output from the subwoofer. This is usually the best
setting for most systems.
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•“Subwoofer Mode” can be set when “Speaker Config.” – “Subwoofer”
(vpage 145) is set to other than “No”.
•Play music or a movie source and select the mode offering the strongest
bass.
•If “Front” and “Center” for “Speaker Config.” (vpage 145) are set to
“Large”, and “Subwoofer Mode” is set to “LFE”, no sound may be output
from the subwoofers, depending on the input signal or selected sound mode.
Select “LFE+Main” if you want the bass signals to always be produced from
the subwoofer.
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To use this unit by connecting it to a home network (LAN), you must configure network settings.
If you set up your home network (LAN) via DHCP, set “DHCP” to “On” (use the default setting). This allows this unit to use your home network (LAN).
When assigning an IP address to each device manually, you need to assign an IP address to this unit using the “IP Address” settings, and enter
information about your home network (LAN) such as the gateway address and subnet mask, etc.
Information
Friendly Name
Display network information.
Friendly Name / DHCP On or Off / IP Address / MAC Address
The Friendly Name is the name of this unit displayed on the network. You
can change the Friendly Name according to your preferences.
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22Edit Name
Edits Friendly Name.
•MAC Address is required to make a vTuner account.
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•The default Friendly Name on first use is “Marantz NR1504”.
•Up to 63 characters can be input.
•For character input, see page 119.
IP Control
Enables network communication in standby power mode.
Off In Standby (Default) : Suspend network function during standby.
Always On : Network is on during standby. Main unit operable with a
network compatible controller.
22Set Defaults
Restores Friendly Name, which you had changed, to the default setting.
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•When using the web control function or Marantz Remote App, use with the “IP
Control” setting set to “Always On”.
NOTE
•When “IP Control” is set to “Always On”, it consumes more standby power.
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22IP Address
Settings
Set the IP address within the ranges shown below.
•The Network Audio function cannot be used if other IP addresses
are set.
CLASS A: 10.0.0.1 – 10.255.255.254
CLASS B: 172.16.0.1 – 172.31.255.254
CLASS C: 192.168.0.1 – 192.168.255.254
Make settings for wired LAN.
•If you are using a broadband router (DHCP function), there is no need
to make the settings at “IP Address” and “Proxy”, since the DHCP
function is set to “On” in this unit’s default settings.
•Only set “Settings” when connecting to a network without a DHCP
function.
22Subnet Mask
When connecting an xDSL modem or connector adapter directly to this
unit, input the subnet mask indicated in the documentation supplied by
your provider. Normally input 255.255.255.0.
Settings
DHCP
-IP Address
-Subnet Mask
-Default Gateway
-Primary DNS
-Secondary DNS
Proxy
-Name
-Port
Save
Cancel
Off
192. 168. 000. 001
255. 255. 255. 000
000. 000. 000. 000
000. 000. 000. 000
000. 000. 000. 000
Off
22Default Gateway
When connected to a gateway (router), input its IP address.
22Primary DNS, Secondary DNS
00000
If there is only one DNS address indicated in the documentation
supplied by your provider, input it at “Primary DNS”. If two or more
DNS are provided by your provider, enter both “Primary DNS” and
“Secondary DNS”.
22DHCP
Selects how to connect to the network.
On (Default) : Configure the network settings automatically from your
router.
Off : Configure the network settings manually.
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22Proxy
Used to check the network connection.
22Physical Connection
Checks the physical LAN port connection.
OK
Error : The LAN cable is not connected. Check the connection.
22Router Access
Checks the connection from this unit to the router.
OK
Error : Failed to communicate with the router. Check the router
settings.
22Port
Enter port number.
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•If you cannot connect to the Internet, recheck the connections and settings
(vpage 37).
•If you do not understand about Internet connection, contact your ISP (Internet
Service Provider) or the store from which you purchased your computer.
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Make this setting when connecting to the Internet via a proxy server.
Make the proxy settings only when you connect to the Internet via
a proxy server that is on your internal network or provided by your
provider, etc.
On(Address) : Select when inputting by address.
On(Name) : Select when inputting by domain name. Up to 38
characters can be input.
Off (Default) : Disables the proxy server.
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22Internet Access
Checks whether this unit has access to the Internet (WAN).
OK
Error : Failed to connect to the Internet. Check the Internet connection
environment or router settings.
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Maintenance Mode
Use when receiving maintenance from a Marantz service engineer or
custom installer. Ordinarily, this mode isn’t suitable for use by the end user,
only by a trained service technician or custom installation professional.
NOTE
•Only use this function if so instructed by a Marantz serviceperson or installer.
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Make various other settings.
Language
Auto Standby
Set the language for display the menu on the TV screen.
English (Default) / Deutsch / Français / Italiano / Español / Nederlands /
Svenska /
/ Polski
Sets the time after which the unit automatically enters standby mode
when there are no audio or video signals input, and the unit is not operated.
Before it enters the standby mode, “Auto Standby” is displayed on the
display of this unit and the menu screen.
60 min : The unit goes into standby after 60 minutes.
30 min (Default) : The unit goes into standby after 30 minutes.
Off : The unit does not go into standby automatically.
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•“Language” can also be set by the following procedure. However, the menu
screen is not displayed.
Following the display content to make the setting.
1. Press and hold the main unit’s PRESET CH + and STATUS for at least 3 seconds.
“V.Format:<PAL>” appears on the display.
2. Press the main unit’s DISPLAY.
“Lang.:<ENGLISH >” appears on the display.
3. Use the main unit’s PRESET CH +, – and set the language.
4. Press the main unit’s STATUS to complete the setting.
Front Display
Makes settings related to the display on this unit.
22Display
Select the front display mode.
On (Default) : Display is always on.
Auto Off : Display is off except when showing the status display.
Off : Display is always off.
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22Video
Information
Show the HDMI input/output signals and HDMI monitor information.
Show information about receiver settings, input signals, etc.
HDMI Signal
22Audio
Resolution / Color Space / Pixel Depth
Show the audio information.
Sound Mode : The currently set sound mode.
Input Signal : The input signal type.
Format : The number of input signal channels (presence of front,
surround, LFE).
Sample Rate : The input signal’s sampling frequency.
Offset : The dialogue normalization correction value.
Flag : This is displayed when inputting signals including a surround
back channel. “MATRIX” is displayed with Dolby Digital EX
and DTS-ES Matrix signals, “DISCRETE” with DTS-ES Discrete
signals.
HDMI Monitor
Interface / Resolutions
22Status
Show information about current settings.
The information displayed differs according to the input source.
22Firmware
Version : Displays information for the current firmware.
22Notifications
Dialogue normalization function
Displays and sets notifications from Marantz.
Also, sets whether or not to display the notification when the power
is turned on.
This function is automatically activated when playing Dolby Digital,
Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD, DTS and DTS-HD sources.
It automatically corrects the standard signal level for individual
program sources.
The correction value can be checked using the STATUS on the main
unit.
Notif.Alerts
On (Default) : Displays notification messages from Marantz.
Off : Does not display notification messages from Marantz.
Offset: - 4dB
The figure is the corrected value. This cannot be changed.
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•Press INFO on the remote control unit to display current source name, volume,
sound mode name, and other information at the bottom of the screen.
SOURCE
SOUND
SIGNAL
To help us improve our products and customer service, Marantz collects
anonymous information about how you use your AV receiver (such as
frequently used input sources and sound modes and speaker settings).
Marantz will never provide any information we collect to third parties.
Yes : Provide Marantz with information about how you use this unit via
the network.
No : Do not provide Marantz with information about how you use this unit
via the network.
Blu-ray/DVD
DOLBY TrueHD
Dolby TrueHD
INPUT SIGNAL
FWL
SL
FHL
EXT
FHR
SBL
SB
SBR
FL
C
LFE
FR
ACTIVE SPEAKERS
FWR
SR
FL
SL
C
SW
FR
SR
40.0
NOTE
•The status display screen cannot be displayed at a computer’s resolution (e.g. VGA)
is being played.
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22Notifications
Firmware
When the latest firmware is available, a notification message is
displayed on the TV screen at power on.
The notification message is displayed for about 20 seconds when the
power is turned on. Connect to broadband Internet (vpage 37)
when using this function.
Checks for the latest firmware information about updates and upgrades,
updates the firmware, and sets up the notification message display for
updates and upgrades.
22Update
Update the firmware of the receiver.
Update
Check for Update : Check for firmware updates. You can also check
approximately how long it will take to complete
an update.
Update Start : Execute the update process. When the update starts,
the menu screen is shut down. During the update, the
progress is shown on the display.
On (Default) : Display update message.
Off : Do not display update message.
Upgrade
On (Default) : Display upgrade message.
Off : Do not display upgrade message.
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•If updating fails, the set automatically retries, but if updating is still not
possible, one of the messages shown below is displayed. If the display reads
as shown below, check the settings and network environment, then update
again.
Display
Updating fail
Login failed
Server is busy
Connection fail
Download fail
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Updating failed.
Failure to log into server.
Server is busy. Wait a while then try again.
Failure in connecting to server.
Downloading of the firmware has failed.
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•In order to use these functions, you must have the correct system
requirements and settings for a broadband Internet connection
(vpage 37).
•Do not turn off the power until updating or upgrading is completed.
•Even with a broadband connection to the Internet, approximately 1
hour is required for the updating/upgrading procedure to be completed.
•Once updating/upgrade starts, normal operations on this unit cannot
be performed until updating/upgrading is completed. Furthermore,
there may be cases where backup data is reset for the parameters,
etc., set on this unit.
•If the update or upgrade fails, press and hold the X on the main unit
for more than 5 seconds, or remove and re-insert the power cord.
“Update retry” appears on the display and update restarts from the
point at which update failed. If the error continues despite this, check
the network environment.
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•See the Marantz website for details about upgrades.
•When the procedure is complete, “Registered” is displayed in this menu and
upgrades can be carried out. If the procedure has not been carried out, “Not
Registered” is displayed.
The ID number shown on this screen is needed when carrying out the
procedure.
The ID number can also be displayed by pressing and holding the main unit’s
STATUS and SOUND MODE for at least 3 seconds.
•If the upgrade is not successful, an error message identical to those in
“Update” will appear on the display. Check the settings and network
environment and then perform the upgrade again.
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Display new features that can be downloaded to this unit and perform
an upgrade.
Upgrade Package : Display the items to be upgraded.
Upgrade Status : Display a list of the additional functions provided by
the upgrade.
Upgrade Start : Execute the upgrade process. When the upgrade
starts, the menu screen is shut down. During the
upgrade, the amount of upgrade time which has
elapsed is displayed.
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•Information regarding the “Update” function and “Add New Feature” will be
announced on the Marantz web site each time related plans are defined.
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Protect settings from inadvertent changes.
22Lock
On : Turn protection on.
Off (Default) : Turn protection off.
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NOTE
•When “Lock” is set to “On”, no setting items are displayed except for “Setup
Lock”.
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22Tips...................................................................(160)
22Troubleshooting.............................................(162)
I want the volume not to become too loud by mistake...................(160)
Power does not turn on/Power is turned off...................................(162)
I want to keep the volume at the same level when I turn the
power on.........................................................................................(160)
Operations cannot be performed through the
remote control unit..........................................................................(163)
I want to have the subwoofer always output audio........................(160)
Display on this unit shows nothing.................................................(163)
I want to make human voices in the movies clearer.......................(160)
No sound comes out.......................................................................(164)
I want to keep bass and clarity during playback at a lower
volume level....................................................................................(160)
Desired sound does not come out..................................................(165)
I want to automatically adjust the volume level difference in
content such as TV and movies......................................................(160)
No video is shown on the TV..........................................................(167)
Sound is interrupted or noise occurs...............................................(166)
The menu screen is not displayed on the TV..................................(168)
I want to set the optimized listening environment after changing
the configuration/position of the speakers or changing a speaker
to a new one...................................................................................(160)
iPod cannot be played back.............................................................(169)
USB memory devices cannot be played back.................................(170)
File names on the iPod/USB memory device are not
displayed properly...........................................................................(171)
I want to combine a desired video with the current music.............(161)
I want to play back photos from Flickr at the same time while
listening to the Internet radio..........................................................(161)
The Internet radio cannot be played back.......................................(171)
I want to delete unused input sources............................................(161)
Music files on PC or NAS cannot be played back...........................(172)
How to add Wi-Fi to the AV receiver?.............................................(161)
The HDMI control function does not work......................................(173)
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I want the volume not to become too loud by mistake.
•Set the volume upper limit for “Volume Limit” in the menu beforehand. This prevents children or others from increasing the volume too much by
mistake (vpage 124).
I want to keep the volume at the same level when I turn the power on.
•By default, the volume setting when power was previously set to standby is applied at next power on. To use a fixed volume level, set the volume level
at power on for “Volume Limit” in the menu (vpage 124).
I want to have the subwoofer always output audio.
•Depending on the input signals and sound mode, the subwoofer may not output audio.
When “Subwoofer Mode” in the menu is set to “LFE+Main”, you can have the subwoofer always output audio (vpage 148).
I want to make human voices in the movies clearer.
•Use “Dialog Level” in the menu to adjust the level (vpage 120).
I want to keep bass and clarity during playback at a lower volume level.
•Set “Dynamic EQ” in the menu to “On”. This setting corrects the frequency characteristics to allow you to enjoy clear sound without the bass being
lost even during playback at a lower volume level (vpage 126).
I want to automatically adjust the volume level difference in content such as TV and movies.
•Set “Dynamic Volume” in the menu. Volume level changes (between quiet scenes and loud scenes) in TV shows or movies are automatically adjusted
to your desired level (vpage 127).
I want to set the optimized listening environment after changing the configuration/position of the speakers or
changing a speaker to a new one.
•Perform Audyssey® Setup. This automatically makes the optimized speaker settings for the new listening environment (vpage 136).
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I want to combine a desired video with the current music.
•Set “Video Select” in the option menu to “On”. You can combine the current music with your desired video source from Set-top Box or DVD, etc. while
listening to music from Tuner, CD, M-XPort or the Internet radio (vpage 93).
I want to play back photos from Flickr at the same time while listening to the Internet radio.
•After playing back photos from Flickr, start the slide show on the Internet radio playback screen (vpage 92).
I want to delete unused input sources.
•Set unused input sources for “Hide Sources” in the menu. This allows you to skip unused input sources when turning the INPUT SELECTOR knob on
this unit (vpage 134).
How to add Wi-Fi to the AV receiver?
•Connect a wireless LAN converter (sold separately) to the NETWORK connector on this unit.
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Troubleshooting
If a problem should arise, first check the following:
1. Are the connections correct?
2. Is the set being operated as described in the owner’s manual?
3. Are the other devices operating properly?
If this unit does not operate properly, check the items listed in the table below. Should the problem persist, there may be a malfunction.
In this case, disconnect the power immediately and contact your store of purchase.
22Power does not turn on / Power is turned off
Symptom
Cause / Solution
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Power does not turn on.
•Check whether the power plug is correctly inserted into the power outlet.
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Power automatically turns off.
•The sleep timer is set. Turn on the power again.
•“Auto Standby” is set. “Auto Standby” is triggered when there is no operation for a set
amount of time. To disable “Auto Standby”, set “Auto Standby” on the menu to “Off”.
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Power turns off and the power
indicator flashes in red approx. every
2 seconds.
•The protection circuit has been activated due to a rise in temperature within this unit. Turn the
power off, wait about an hour until this unit cools down sufficiently, and then turn the power
on again.
•Please re-install this unit in a place having good ventilation.
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Power turns off and the power
indicator flashes in red approx. every
0.5 seconds.
•Check the speaker connection. The protection circuit may have been activated because
speaker cable core wires came in contact with each other or a core wire was disconnected
from the connector and came in contact with the rear panel of this unit. After unplugging the
power cord, take corrective action such as firmly re-twisting the core wire or taking care of the
connector, and then reconnect the wire.
•Turn down the volume and turn on the power again.
•This unit’s amplifier circuit has failed. Unplug the power cord and contact our customer
service center.
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22Operations cannot be performed through the remote control unit
Symptom
Operations cannot be performed
through the remote control unit.
Cause / Solution
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•Batteries are worn out. Replace with new batteries.
•Operate the remote control unit within a distance of about 7 m from this unit and at an angle
of within 30°.
•Remove any obstacle between this unit and the remote control unit.
•Insert the batteries in the proper direction, checking the q and w marks.
•The set’s remote control sensor is exposed to strong light (direct sunlight, inverter type
fluorescent bulb light, etc.). Move the set to a place in which the remote control sensor will
not be exposed to strong light.
•When using a 3D video device, the remote control unit of this unit may not function due to
effects of infrared communications between units (such as TV and glasses for 3D viewing). In
this case, adjust the direction of units with the 3D communications function and their distance
to ensure they do not affect operations from the remote control unit of this unit.
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22Display on this unit shows nothing
Symptom
Cause / Solution
Display is off.
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•Set “Display” on the menu to “On”.
•When the sound mode is set to PURE DIRECT, the display is off.
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22No sound comes out
Symptom
Cause / Solution
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31, 32, 33, 34,
36, 37
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•Insert connection cables all the way in.
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•Check that input connectors and output connectors are not reversely connected.
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•Check cables for damage.
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•Check that speaker cables are properly connected. Check that cable core wires come in
contact with the metal part on speaker terminals. Also, securely tighten speaker terminals.
Check speaker terminals for looseness.
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•Check that a proper input source is selected.
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•Adjust the master volume.
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•Cancel the mute mode.
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•Check the digital audio input connector setting.
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•Check the digital audio output setting on the connected device. On some devices, the digital
audio output is set to off by default.
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•No sound is output from the speakers when headphones are connected and from the PRE
OUT connectors.
No sound comes out of speakers.
•Check the connections for all devices.
No sound comes out when using the
DVI-D connection.
•When this unit is connected to a device equipped with a DVI-D connector, no sound is output.
Make a separate audio connection.
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22Desired sound does not come out
Cause / Solution
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The volume does not increase.
Symptom
•The maximum volume is set too low. Set the maximum volume using “Limit”on the menu.
•Appropriate volume correction processing is performed according to the input audio format
and settings, so the volume may not reach the upper limit.
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No sound comes out with the HDMI
connection.
27, 28, 31, 32 •Check the connection of the HDMI connectors.
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•When outputting HDMI audio from the speakers, set “HDMI Audio Out” on the menu to
“AVR”. To output from the TV, set “TV”.
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•When using the HDMI control function, check that the audio output is set to the AV amplifier
on the TV.
No sound comes out of a specific
speaker.
•Check that the speaker cable is properly connected.
•Check that a selection other than “None” is set for the “Speaker Config.” setting in menu.
•When the sound mode is “STEREO” and “VIRTUAL”, audio is only output from the front
speakers and subwoofer.
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No sound is produced from
subwoofer.
•Check the subwoofer connections.
•Turn on the subwoofer’s power.
•Set “Speaker Config.” – “Subwoofer” on the menu to “Yes”.
•When “Speaker Config.” – “Front” in the menu is set to “Large”, depending on the input
signal and the sound mode, no sound may be output from the subwoofer.
•When no subwoofer audio signal (LFE) is included in the input signals, no sound may be
output from the subwoofer.
•You can make the subwoofer always output sound by setting the subwoofer mode to
“LFE+Main”.
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•Check that the digital audio output setting on the connected device is set to “DTS”.
•Set “Decode Mode” on the menu to “Auto” or “DTS”.
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Symptom
Cause / Solution
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Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD, Dolby Digital
Plus audio is not output.
•Make HDMI connections.
•Check the digital audio output setting on the connected device. On some devices, “PCM” is
set by default.
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Dolby PLg mode or DTS NEO:6 mode •It cannot be selected when “None” is set for “Speaker Config.” – “Center” and “Surround”.
•These cannot be selected when using the headphones.
cannot be selected.
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Audyssey MultEQ®, Audyssey
Dynamic EQ® and Audyssey Dynamic
Volume® cannot be selected.
•These cannot be selected when you have not performed Audyssey® Setup.
•Switch the sound mode to other than “DIRECT” or “PURE DIRECT”.
•These cannot be selected when using the headphones.
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“M-DAX” cannot be selected.
•Check that an analog signal or PCM signal (Sample Rate=44.1/48 kHz) is input. For playback
of multichannel signals such as Dolby Digital or DTS surround, “M-DAX” cannot be used.
•Switch the sound mode to other than “DIRECT” or “PURE DIRECT”.
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22Sound is interrupted or noise occurs
Cause / Solution
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During playback from the Internet
radio or USB memory device, sound
is occasionally interrupted.
Symptom
•When the transfer speed of the USB memory device is slow, sound may occasionally be
interrupted.
•The network communication speed is slow or the radio station is busy.
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When making a call on iPhone, noise
occurs in audio output on this unit.
•When making a call, keep a distance of 20 cm or longer between iPhone and this unit.
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Noise often occurs in FM
broadcasting.
•Change the antenna orientation or position.
•Use an FM outdoor antenna.
•Separate the antenna from other connection cables.
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22No video is shown on the TV
Symptom
Cause / Solution
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32, 33, 34, 36,
37
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•Insert connection cables all the way in.
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•Check that input connectors and output connectors are not reversely connected.
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•Check cables for damage.
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•Match the input settings to the input connector of the TV connected to this unit.
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•Check that the proper input source is selected.
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•Check the video input connector setting.
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•Check that the resolution of the player corresponds to that of the TV.
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•Check whether the TV is compatible with copyright protection (HDCP). If connected to a
device not compatible with HDCP, video will not be output correctly.
No picture appears.
•Check the connections for all devices.
No video is shown on the TV with the •With the DVI-D connection, on some device combinations, devices may not function properly
DVI-D connection.
due to the copy guard copyright protection (HDCP).
No video from an input source such
as a game console is shown on the
TV.
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•When special video signals are input from a game console, etc., the video conversion function
may not function. Connect the input connector to the monitor output connector of the same
type.
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While the menu is being displayed, no •When the menu is operated during playback of some 3D video contents or of video at some
video is shown on the TV.
computer resolutions (such as VGA), no playback video is shown in the background of the
menu.
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22The menu screen is not displayed on the TV
Symptom
Cause / Solution
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The menu screen or status
•The menu screen is only displayed on this unit and a TV connected by HDMI cable. If this unit
information screen is not displayed on
is connected to a TV using a different video output connector, operate while watching the
the TV.
display on this unit.
•No status information is displayed for some 3D videos or videos with a computer resolution
such as VGA.
•When a 2D video is converted to a 3D video on the TV, the menu screen or status information
screen is not properly displayed.
•In the pure direct playback mode, the menu screen or status information is not displayed.
Switch to a sound mode other than the pure direct mode.
•Set the “TV Format” setting in the menu to a selection that is appropriate for the TV.
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22iPod cannot be played back
Symptom
Cause / Solution
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•When using iPod by connecting it to the USB port, some iPod variations are not supported.
•When iPod is connected by using a USB cable other than the genuine cable, iPod may not be
recognized. Use a genuine USB cable.
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•This unit and PC / iPhone / iPod touch / iPad are not connected to the same network (LAN).
The AirPlay icon ' is not displayed
Connect it to the same LAN as this unit.
on iTunes / iPhone / iPod touch / iPad.
•The firmware on iTunes / iPhone / iPod touch / iPad is not compatible with AirPlay. Update the
firmware to the latest version.
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iPod cannot be connected.
Audio is not output.
•The volume on iTunes / iPhone / iPod touch / iPad is set to the minimum level. The volume on
iTunes / iPhone / iPod touch / iPad is linked with the volume on this unit. Set a proper volume
level.
•The AirPlay playback is not performed, or this unit is not selected. Click the AirPlay icon ' on
the iTunes / iPhone / iPod touch / iPad screen and select this unit.
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Audio is interrupted during the AirPlay •Quit the application running in the background of the iPhone/iPod touch/iPad, and then play
playback on iPhone / iPod touch /
using AirPlay.
iPad.
•Some external factors may be affecting the wireless connection. Modify the network
environment by taking measures such as shortening the distance from the wireless LAN
access point.
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iTunes cannot be played back through •Enable the “Allow iTunes audio control from remote speakers” setting on iTunes. Then, you
the remote control unit.
can perform playback, pause, and skip operations through the remote control unit.
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22USB memory devices cannot be played back
Symptom
Cause / Solution
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•This unit may not recognize the USB memory device due to poor connection, etc. Make sure
that the connection is made properly by taking actions such as disconnecting and reconnecting
the USB memory device.
•USB memory devices of a mass storage class or those compatible with MTP are supported.
•This unit does not support a connection through a USB hub. Connect the USB memory device
directly to the USB port.
•The USB memory device must be formatted to FAT16 or FAT32.
•Not all USB memory devices are guaranteed to work. Some USB memory devices are not
recognized. When using a type of portable hard disc drive compatible with the USB connection
that requires power from an AC adapter, use the AC adapter that came with the drive.
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•Files of a type not supported by this unit are not displayed.
•This unit can display a file structure with up to 8 levels and up to 5000 subfolders and files in
total. Modify the folder structure of the USB memory device.
•When multiple partitions exist on the USB memory device, only files on the first partition are
displayed.
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Files on a USB memory device cannot •Files are created in a format that is not supported by this unit. Check the formats supported
be played.
by this unit.
•You are attempting to play a file that is copyright protected. Files that are copyright protected
cannot be played on this unit.
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“No Connection” is displayed.
Files on the USB memory device are
not displayed.
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22File names on the iPod/USB memory device are not displayed properly
Symptom
The file names are not displayed
properly (“...”, etc.).
Cause / Solution
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•Characters that cannot be displayed are used. This is not a malfunction. On this unit, characters
that cannot be displayed are replaced with a “.” (period).
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22The Internet radio cannot be played back
Symptom
Cause / Solution
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A list of broadcasting stations is not
displayed.
•The LAN cable is not properly connected, or the network is disconnected. Check the
connection status.
•Perform the network diagnostic mode.
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Internet Radio cannot be played.
•The selected radio station is broadcasting in a format that is not supported by this unit.
Formats that can be played back in this unit are MP3, WMA and AAC.
•The firewall function is enabled on the router. Check the firewall setting.
•The IP address is not properly set.
•Check the power of the router is on.
•To obtain the IP address automatically, enable the DHCP server function on the router. Also,
set the DHCP setting to “On” on this unit.
•To obtain the IP address manually, set the IP address and proxy on this unit.
•Some radio stations broadcast silently during some time period. In this case, no audio is
output. Wait for a while and select the same radio station, or select another radio station.
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Cannot connect to favorite radio
stations.
•Radio station is not currently in service. Register radio stations in service.
For some radio stations, “Connection •The selected radio station is not in service. Select a radio station in service.
down” is displayed and station cannot
be connected to.
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22Music files on PC or NAS cannot be played back
Symptom
Cause / Solution
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Files stored on a computer cannot be
played.
•Files are stored in a non-compatible format. Record in a compatible format.
•You are attempting to play a file that is copyright protected. Files that are copyright protected
cannot be played on this unit.
•Set and computer are connected by USB cable. The set’s USB port cannot be used for
connection to a computer.
•Media sharing settings are not correct. Change media sharing settings so that the unit can
access the folders on your computer.
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Server is not found, or it is not
possible to connect to the server.
•The computer’s or router’s firewall is activated. Check the computer’s or router’s firewall
settings.
•Computer’s power is not turned on. Turn on the power.
•Server is not running. Launch the server.
•Set’s IP address is wrong. Check the set’s IP address.
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Music files on PC cannot be played
back.
•Even if PC is connected to the USB connector on this unit, music files on it cannot be played
back. Connect PC or NAS to this unit through the network.
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Files on PC or NAS are not displayed.
•Files of a type not supported by this unit are not displayed.
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Music stored on a NAS cannot be
played.
•If you use a NAS in conformity with the DLNA standard, enable the DLNA server function in
the NAS setting.
•If you use a NAS that does not conform with the DLNA standard, play the music via a PC.
Set Windows Media Player’s media sharing function and add NAS to the selected play folder.
•If connection is restricted, set audio equipment as the connection target.
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22The HDMI control function does not work
Symptom
The HDMI control function does not
work.
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•Check that “HDMI Control” in the menu is set to “On”.
•You cannot operate devices that are not compatible with the HDMI control function. In
addition, depending on the connected device or the settings, the HDMI control function may
not work. In this case, operate the external device directly.
•Check that the HDMI control function setting is enabled on all devices connected to this unit.
•When you make connection related changes such as connecting an additional HDMI device,
the link operation settings may be initialized. Turn off this unit and devices connected via
HDMI, and turn them on again.
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Resetting factory settings
Perform this procedure if the display is abnormal or if operations cannot be performed.
Various settings are reset to the factory default values. Make settings again.
X
M-DAX
PRESET CH –
1
Turn off the power using X.
2
Press X while simultaneously pressing M-DAX and
PRESET CH –.
3
Once the display starts flashing at intervals of about 1
second, release the two buttons.
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•If in step 3 the display does not flash at intervals of about 1 second, start over
from step 1.
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About HDMI
•3D
This unit supports input and output of 3D (3 dimensional) video signals
of HDMI.
To play back 3D video, you need a TV and player that provide support for
the HDMI 3D function and a pair of 3D glasses.
•Content Type
It automatically makes settings suitable for the video output type
(content information).
•Adobe RGB color, Adobe YCC601 color
The color space defined by Adobe Systems Inc. Because it is a wider
color space than RGB, it can produce more vivid and natural images.
•sYCC601 color
Each of these color spaces defines a palette of available colors that is
larger than the traditional RGB color model.
•Auto Lip Sync
This function can automatically correct delay between the audio and
video.
Use a TV that is compatible with the Auto Lip Sync function.
•HDMI PassThrough
Even when the power to this unit is set to standby, signals input from
the HDMI input connector are output to a TV or other device that is
connected to the HDMI output connector.
HDMI is an abbreviation of High-Definition Multimedia Interface, which is
an AV digital interface that can be connected to a TV or amplifier.
With the HDMI connection, high definition video and high quality audio
formats adopted by Blu-ray disc players (Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD,
DTS-HD, DTS-HD Master Audio) can be transmitted, which is not possible
with the analog video transmission.
Furthermore, in the HDMI connection, audio and video signals can
be transmitted through a single HDMI cable, while in conventional
connections it is necessary to provide audio and video cables separately
for connection between devices.
This allows you to simplify the wiring configuration that tends to be quite
complex in a home theater system.
This unit supports the following HDMI functions.
•Deep Color
An imaging technology supported by HDMI. Unlike RGB or YCbCr, which
uses 8 bits (256 shades) per color, it can use 10 bits (1024 shades), 12
bits (4096 shades), or 16 bits (65536 shades) to produce colors in higher
definition. Both devices linked via HDMI must support Deep Color.
•“x.v.Color”
This function lets HDTVs display colors more accurately. It enables
display with natural, vivid colors.
“x.v.Color” is trademark of Sony Corporation.
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•HDMI control
If you connect the unit and an HDMI control function compatible TV or
player with an HDMI cable and then enable the HDMI control function
setting on each device, the devices will be able to control each other.
•Power off link
This unit power off can be linked to the TV power off step.
•Audio output destination switching
From the TV, you can switch whether to output audio from the TV or
the AV amplifier.
•Volume adjustment
You can adjust this unit’s volume in the TV volume adjustment
operation.
•Input source switching
You can switch this unit input sources through linkage to TV input
switching.
When playing the player, this unit input source switches to the source
for that player.
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•ARC (Audio Return Channel)
This function transmits audio signals from the TV to this unit through the
HDMI cable and plays back the audio from the TV on this unit based on
the HDMI control function.
If a TV without the ARC function is connected via HDMI connections,
video signals of the playback device connected to this unit are
transmitted to the TV, but this unit can not play back the audio from the
TV. If you want to enjoy surround audio for TV program, a separate audio
cable connection is required. In contrast, if a TV with the ARC function is
connected via HDMI connections, no audio cable connection is required.
Audio signals from the TV can be input to this unit through the HDMI
cable between this unit and the TV. This function allows you to enjoy
surround playback on this unit for the TV.
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22Supported audio formats
2-channel Linear PCM
Multi-channel Linear PCM
Bitstream
In order to play back digital video and audio such as BD-Video (Blu-ray
Disc) or DVD-Video via HDMI connection, both this unit and TV and the
player need to support the copyright protection system known as HDCP
(High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection System). HDCP is copyright
protection technology comprised of data encryption and authentication
of the connected AV devices. This unit supports HDCP.
•If a device that does not support HDCP is connected, video and audio
are not output correctly. Read the owner’s manual of your television or
player for more information.
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22Supported video signals
•480p
•720p 60/50Hz
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Copyright protection system
2-channel, 32 kHz – 192 kHz,
16/20/24 bit
7.1-channel, 32 kHz – 192kHz,
16/20/24 bit
Dolby Digital / DTS / Dolby TrueHD /
Dolby Digital Plus /
DTS-HD Master Audio /
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio /
DTS Express
•480i
•576p
•1080p 60/50/24Hz
Tips
•When connecting this unit to a device that is compatible with the Deep Color, ARC
function, use a “High Speed HDMI cable with Ethernet”.
•576i
•1080i 60/50Hz
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•This unit is compatible with MP3 ID3-Tag (Ver. 2) standard.
•This unit can show the artwork that was embedded by using MP3 ID3Tag Ver. 2.3 or 2.4.
•This unit is compatible with WMA META tags.
•If the image size (pixels) of an album artwork exceeds 500 × 500 (WMA/
MP3/WAV/FLAC) or 349 × 349 (MPEG-4 AAC), then music may not be
played back properly.
z1 Copyright-protected files can be played on certain portable players compatible
with MTP.
z2 Only files that are not protected by copyright can be played on this unit.
Content downloaded from pay sites on the Internet are copyright protected.
Also, files encoded in WMA format when ripped from a CD, etc. on a computer
may be copyright protected, depending on the computer’s settings.
z3 Copyright [2012] [D&M Holdings. Inc.]
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the “License”); you may not
use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of
the License at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.
22Compatible formats
22Maximum Number of Playable Files and Folder
WMA
(Windows
Media Audio)z1
MP3
(MPEG-1 Audio
Layer-3)
WAV
MPEG-4 AACz2
FLAC
(Free Lossless
Audio Codec)
ALAC
(Apple Lossless
Audio Codec)z3
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Bit rate
Extension
32/44.1/48 kHz
48 – 192 kbps
.wma
32/44.1/48 kHz
32 – 320 kbps
The limits on the number of folders and files that can be displayed by
this unit are as follows.
Media
Item
Memory capacity
Number of folder directory levels
.mp3
z1
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/
176.4/192 kHz
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.wav
32/44.1/48 kHz
16 – 320 kbps
.aac/
.m4a/
.mp4
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/
176.4/192 kHz
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.flac
32/44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz
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Number of filesz2
USB memory devices
FAT16 : 2 GB, FAT32 : 2 TB
8 levels
500
5000
z1 The limited number includes the root folder.
z2 The allowable number of files may differ according to the USB memory device
capacity and the file size.
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22Specifications of supported files
•This unit is compatible with MP3 ID3-Tag (Ver. 2) standard.
•This unit can show the artwork that was embedded by using MP3 ID3Tag Ver. 2.3 or 2.4.
•This unit is compatible with WMA META tags.
•If the image size (pixels) of an album artwork exceeds 500 × 500 (WMA/
MP3/WAV/FLAC) or 349 × 349 (MPEG-4 AAC), then music may not be
played back properly.
•A server or server software compatible with distribution in the
corresponding formats is required to play music files via a network.
Sampling frequency
Bit rate
Extension
WMA
(Windows
Media Audio)
32/44.1/48 kHz
48 – 192 kbps
.wma
MP3
(MPEG-1 Audio
Layer-3)
32/44.1/48 kHz
32 – 320 kbps
.mp3
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/
176.4/192 kHz
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.wav
32/44.1/48 kHz
16 – 320 kbps
.aac/
.m4a/
.mp4
32/44.1/48/88.2/96/
176.4/192 kHz
–
.flac
–
.m4a
WAV
MPEG-4
AACz1
FLAC
(Free Lossless
Audio Codec)
ALAC
(Apple Lossless 32/44.1/48/88.2/96 kHz
Audio Codec)z2
z1 Only files that are not protected by copyright can be played on this unit.
Content downloaded from pay sites on the Internet are copyright protected.
Also, files encoded in WMA format when ripped from a CD, etc. on a computer
may be copyright protected, depending on the computer’s settings.
z2 Copyright [2012] [D&M Holdings. Inc.]
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the “License”); you may not
use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of
the License at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.
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Playing back Internet Radio
Personal memory plus function
22Playable broadcast station specifications
This function sets the settings (input mode, sound mode, HDMI output
mode, MultEQ®, Dynamic EQ, audio delay etc.) last selected for the
individual input sources.
WMA
(Windows
Media Audio)
MP3
(MPEG-1 Audio
Layer-3)
MPEG-4 AAC
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Bit rate
Extension
32/44.1/48 kHz
48 – 192 kbps
.wma
32/44.1/48 kHz
32 – 320 kbps
.mp3
Last function memory
32/44.1/48 kHz
16 – 320 kbps
.aac/
.m4a/
.mp4
This function stores the settings which were made before going into the
standby mode.
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•The surround parameters, tone control settings are stored for the individual sound
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Sound modes and channel output
S This indicates the audio output channels or surround parameters that can be set.
D This indicates the audio output channels. The output channels depend on the settings of “Speaker Config.” (vpage 145).
Channel output
Sound mode (vpage 94)
Front L/R
DIRECT/PURE DIRECT (2-channel)
S
DIRECT/PURE DIRECT (Multi-channel)
S
STEREO
S
Center
Surround L/R
D
D
Subwoofer
Dz
D
D
MULTI CH IN
S
D
D
D
DOLBY PRO LOGIC g
S
D
D
D
DTS NEO:6
S
D
D
D
DOLBY DIGITAL
S
D
D
D
DOLBY DIGITAL Plus
S
D
D
D
DOLBY TrueHD
S
D
D
D
DTS SURROUND
S
D
D
D
DTS 96/24
S
D
D
D
DTS-HD
S
D
D
D
DTS Express
S
D
D
D
MULTI CH STEREO
S
D
D
VIRTUAL
S
D
D
z Audio is output when “Subwoofer Mode” (vpage 148) in the menu is set to “LFE+Main”.
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Sound modes and surround parameters
Surr.Parameter (vpage 121)
Sound mode (vpage 94)
Dialog Level
(vpage 120)
DIRECT/PURE DIRECT (2-channel)z4
DIRECT/PURE DIRECT (Multi-channel)z4
Loudness Mngmt
z1
(vpage 121)
Dynamic Comp.
z2
(vpage 121)
Sz5
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Subwoofer Level
(vpage 120)
S
STEREO
Home Theater EQ
(vpage 121)
Low Frequency
z3
(vpage 122)
S
MULTI CH IN
S
S
S
DOLBY PRO LOGIC g
S
S
S
S
S
DTS NEO:6
S
S
S
S
S
DOLBY DIGITAL
S
S
S
S
S
DOLBY DIGITAL Plus
S
S
S
S
S
DOLBY TrueHD
S
S
S
S
S
DTS SURROUND
S
S
S
S
S
DTS 96/24
S
S
S
S
DTS-HD
S
S
S
S
DTS Express
S
S
S
MULTI CH STEREO
S
S
S
VIRTUAL
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
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Surr.Parameter (vpage 121)
NEO:6 Music
mode only
PRO LOGIC g Music mode only
Sound mode (vpage 94)
Panorama
(vpage 122)
Dimension
(vpage 122)
Center Width
(vpage 123)
Center Image
(vpage 122)
Audyssey (vpage 125)
Tone
z6
(vpage 123)
MultEQ®
z7
(vpage 125)
Dynamic EQ
z8
(vpage 126)
Dynamic
Volume
z8
(vpage 127)
M-DAX
z9
(vpage 124)
DIRECT/PURE DIRECT (2-channel)z4
DIRECT/PURE DIRECT (Multi-channel)z4
STEREO
S
S
S
S
MULTI CH IN
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
DOLBY DIGITAL
S
S
S
S
DOLBY DIGITAL Plus
S
S
S
S
DOLBY TrueHD
S
S
S
S
DTS SURROUND
S
S
S
S
DTS 96/24
S
S
S
S
DTS-HD
S
S
S
S
DTS Express
S
S
S
S
MULTI CH STEREO
S
S
S
S
S
VIRTUAL
S
S
S
S
S
DOLBY PRO LOGIC g
S
S
S
DTS NEO:6
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z2
z3
z4
z5
z6
z7
z8
z9
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This item can be selected when a Dolby TrueHD signal is played.
This item can be selected when a Dolby Digital or DTS signal is played.
This item can be selected when a Dolby Digital or DTS signal or DVD-Audio is played.
During playback in PURE DIRECT mode, the surround parameters are the same as in DIRECT mode.
This setting is available when “Subwoofer Mode” (vpage 148) in the menu is set to “LFE+Main”.
This item cannot be set when “Dynamic EQ” (vpage 126) is set to “On”.
This item cannot be set when Audyssey® Setup (Speaker Calibration) has not been performed.
This item cannot be set when “MultEQ®” (vpage 125) is set to “Off” or “Manual EQ”.
This item can be set when the input signal is analog, PCM 48 kHz or 44.1 kHz.
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Types of input signals, and corresponding sound modes
F This indicates the default sound mode.
S This indicates the selectable sound mode.
2-channel signal
Sound mode (vpage 94)
NOTE
Analog /
PCM
Multi-channel signal
Dolby
Digital (+/
HD) /
DTS (-HD)
PCM
Multi
DTS-HD
DTS
Express
DTS ES
DSCRT
6.1
DTS ES
MTRIX
6.1
S
S
DTS
DOLBY
TrueHD
DOLBY
DIGITAL
Plus
DOLBY
DIGITAL
EX
DOLBY
DIGITAL
F
F
S
S
DTS SURROUND
DTS-HD MSTR
Fz4
DTS-HD HI RES
Fz5
DTS SURROUND
DTS 96/24
DTS Express
DTS NEO:6
F
Fz6
F
z1
S
S
DOLBY SURROUND
DOLBY TrueHD
F
DOLBY DIGITAL+
F
DOLBY DIGITAL
DOLBY PRO LOGIC g
z2
S
S
MULTI CH IN
MULTI CH IN
F
DIRECT
DIRECT
z1
z2
z3
z4
z5
z6
Sz3
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
The Movie mode or Music mode can be selected.
The Movie mode, Music mode or Game mode can be selected.
The default sound mode for the AirPlay playback is DIRECT.
This item can be selected when the input signal is DTS-HD MASTER AUDIO.
This item can be selected when the input signal is DTS-HD HI RESOLUTION.
This item can be selected when the input signal is DTS 96/24.
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2-channel signal
Sound mode (vpage 94)
NOTE
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Tips
Multi-channel signal
Analog /
PCM
Dolby
Digital (+/
HD) /
DTS (-HD)
PCM
Multi
DTS-HD
DTS
Express
DTS ES
DSCRT
6.1
DTS ES
MTRIX
6.1
DTS
DOLBY
TrueHD
DOLBY
DIGITAL
Plus
DOLBY
DIGITAL
EX
DOLBY
DIGITAL
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
PURE DIRECT
PURE DIRECT
DSP SIMULATION
MULTI CH STEREO
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
VIRTUAL
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
STEREO
STEREO
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Audyssey MultEQ®
MultEQ® is a room equalization solution that calibrates any audio system
so that it can achieve optimum performance for every listener in a large
listening area. Based on several room measurements, MultEQ® calculates
an equalization solution that corrects for both time and frequency response
problems in the listening area and also performs a fully automated
surround system setup.
A
A2DP
A2DP is one profile of Bluetooth defined for in-car devices or AV devices
that use wireless communication instead of a cable.
AirPlay
AirPlay sends (plays) contents recorded in iTunes or on an iPhone/iPod
touch/iPad to a compatible device via the network.
ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec)
This is a codec for lossless audio compression method developed by
Apple Inc. This codec can be played back on iTunes, iPod or iPhone. Data
compressed to approximately 60 – 70 % can be decompressed to exactly
the same original data.
App Store
App Store is a site that sells application software for such devices as the
iPhone or iPod Touch, and is operated by Apple Inc.
Audyssey Dynamic EQ®
Dynamic EQ solves the problem of deteriorating sound quality as volume
is decreased by taking into account human perception and room acoustics.
Audyssey Dynamic EQ® works in tandem with Audyssey MultEQ® to
provide well-balanced sound for every listener at any volume level.
Audyssey Dynamic Volume®
Dynamic Volume solves the problem of large variations in volume level
between television programs, commercials, and between the soft and
loud passages of movies. Audyssey Dynamic EQ® is integrated into
Dynamic Volume so that as the playback volume is adjusted automatically,
the perceived bass response, tonal balance, surround impression, and
dialog clarity remain the same.
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B
Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a short-distance wireless communication technology used for
connecting handheld devices several meters apart. This enables notebook
computers, PDA s, mobile phones, etc. to connect without a cable for
transmitting audio and data.
D
DLNA
DLNA and DLNA CERTIFIED are trademarks and/or service marks of
Digital Living Network Alliance.
Some contents may not be compatible with other DLNA CERTIFIED®
products.
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital is a multi-channel digital signal format developed by Dolby
Laboratories.
A total of 5.1-channels are played: 3 front channels (“FL”, “FR” and “C”),
2 surround channels (“SL” and “SR”) and the “LFE” channel for low
frequency effects.
Because of this, there is no crosstalk between channels and a realistic
sound field with a “three-dimensional” feeling (sense of distance,
movement and positioning) is achieved. This delivers a thrilling surround
sound experience in the home.
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Dolby Digital Plus
Dolby Digital Plus is an improved Dolby Digital signal format that is
compatible with up to 7.1-channels of discrete digital sound and also
improves sound quality thanks to extra data bit rate performance. It is
upwardly compatible with conventional Dolby Digital, so it offers greater
flexibility in response to the source signal and the conditions of the
playback device.
Dolby Pro Logic g
Dolby Pro Logic g is a matrix decoding technology developed by Dolby
Laboratories.
Regular music such as that on CDs is encoded into 5-channels to achieve
an excellent surround effect.
The surround channel signals are converted into stereo and full band
signals (with a frequency response of 20 Hz to 20 kHz or greater) to create
a “three-dimensional” sound image offering a rich sense of presence for
all stereo sources.
Dolby TrueHD
Dolby TrueHD is a high definition audio technology developed by Dolby
Laboratories, using lossless coding technology to faithfully reproduce the
sound of the studio master.
This format provides the facility to support up to 8 audio channels with a
sampling frequency of 96 kHz/24 bit resolution and up to 6 audio channels
with a sampling frequency of 192 kHz/24 bit resolution. Dolby TrueHD is
adopted for applications that put very high importance on sound quality.
Downmix
This function converts the number of channels of surround audio to
a lower number of channels and plays back according to the system’s
configuration.
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DTS
This is an abbreviation of Digital Theater System, which is a digital audio
system developed by DTS.
DTS delivers a powerful and dynamic surround sound experience, and is
found in the world’s finest movie theaters and screening rooms.
DTS 96/24
DTS 96/24 is a digital audio format enabling high sound quality playback in
5.1-channels with a sampling frequency of 96 kHz and 24 bit quantization
on DVD-Video.
DTS Digital Surround
DTS Digital Surround is the standard digital surround format of DTS,
Inc., compatible with a sampling frequency of 44.1 or 48 kHz and up to
5.1-channels of digital discrete surround sound.
DTS Express
DTS Express is an audio format supporting low bit rates (max. 5.1-channels,
24 to 256 kbps).
DTS-HD
This audio technology provides higher sound quality and enhanced
functionality than the conventional DTS and is adopted as an optional audio
for Blu-ray Disc. This technology supports multi-channel, high data transfer
speed, high sampling frequency, and lossless audio playback. Maximum
7.1-channels are supported in Blu-ray Disc.
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio is an improved version of the conventional
DTS, DTS-ES and DTS 96/24 signals formats, compatible with sampling
frequencies of 96 or 48 kHz and up to 7.1-channels of discrete digital sound.
High data bit rate performance provides high quality sound. This format is
fully compatible with conventional products, including conventional DTS
digital surround 5.1-channel data.
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DTS-HD Master Audio
DTS-HD Master Audio is a lossless audio format created by Digital
Theater System (DTS). This format provides the facility to support
up to 8 audio channels with a sampling frequency of 96 kHz/
24 bit resolution and up to 6 audio channels with a sampling frequency of
192 kHz/24 bit resolution. It is fully compatible with conventional products,
including conventional DTS digital surround 5.1-channel data.
DTS NEO:6™ Surround
DTS NEO:6™ is a matrix decoding technology for achieving 6.1-channel
surround playback with 2-channel sources. It includes “DTS NEO:6
Cinema” suited for playing movies and “DTS NEO:6 Music” suited for
playing music.
Dynamic range
The difference between the maximum undistorted sound level and the
minimum discernible level above the noise emitted by the device.
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(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE
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•Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,
this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
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and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
•Neither the name of the Xiph.org Foundation nor the names of its
contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from
this software without specific prior written permission.
F
FLAC
FLAC stands for Free lossless Audio Codec, and is a lossless free audio
file format. Lossless means that the audio is compressed without any loss
in quality.
The FLAC license is as shown below.
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H
HDCP
When transmitting digital signals between devices, this copyright
protection technology encrypts the signals to prevent content from being
copied without authorization.
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iTunes
iTunes is the name of the multimedia player provided by Apple Inc. It
enables management and playback of multimedia contents including
music and movies. iTunes supports many main file formats including AAC,
WAV, and MP3.
M
Modem
Device that connects to your broadband internet provider, and is very
often supplied with the service.
A type that is integrated with a router is also often available.
MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer-3)
This is an internationally standardized audio data compression scheme,
using the “MPEG-1” video compression standard. It compresses the data
volume to about one eleventh its original size while maintaining sound
quality equivalent to a music CD.
MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group),
MPEG-2, MPEG-4
These are the names for digital compression format standards used for the
encoding of video and audio. Video standards include “MPEG-1 Video”,
“MPEG-2 Video”, “MPEG-4 Visual”, “MPEG-4 AVC”. Audio standards
include “MPEG-1 Audio”, “MPEG-2 Audio”, “MPEG-4 AAC”.
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Pairing
Pairing is an operation required for settings to connect two Bluetooth
devices. Pairing enables Bluetooth devices to access each other.
Progressive (sequential scanning)
This is a scanning system of the video signal that displays 1 frame of video
as one image. Compared to the interlace system, this system provides
images with less flickering and jagged edges.
Protection circuit
This is a function to prevent damage to devices within the power supply
when an abnormality such as an overload, excess voltage occurs or over
temperature for any reason.
If a malfunction occurs in this unit, the power indicator blinks red and the
unit switches to standby mode.
L
LFE
This is an abbreviation of Low Frequency Effect, which is an output channel
that emphasizes low frequency effect sound. Surround audio is intensified
by outputting 20 Hz to 120 Hz deep bass to the system subwoofer(s).
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S
Sampling frequency
Sampling involves taking a reading of a sound wave (analog signal) at
regular intervals and expressing the height of the wave at each reading in
digitized format (producing a digital signal).
The number of readings taken in one second is called the “sampling
frequency”. The larger the value, the closer the reproduced sound is to
the original.
Speaker impedance
This is an AC resistance value, indicated in Ω (Ohms). Greater power can
be obtained when this value is smaller.
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Windows Media Player Ver.11 or later
This is a media player distributed free of charge by Microsoft Corporation.
It can play playlists created with Ver.11 or later of Windows Media Player,
as well as WMA, DRM WMA, WAV, and other files.
WMA (Windows Media Audio)
This is audio compression technology developed by Microsoft Corporation.
WMA data can be encoded using Windows Media® Player.
To encode WMA files, only use applications authorized by Microsoft
Corporation. If you use an unauthorized application, the file may not work
properly.
V
vTuner
This is a free online content server for Internet Radio. Note that usage fees
are included in upgrade costs.
For inquiries about this service, visit the vTuner site below.
vTuner website: http://www.radiomarantz.com
This product is protected by certain intellectual property rights of
Nothing Else Matters Software and BridgeCo. Use or distribution of such
technology outside of this product is prohibited without a license from
Nothing Else Matters Software and BridgeCo or an authorized subsidiary.
W
Windows Media DRM
This is a copyright protection technology developed by Microsoft.
Content providers are using the digital rights management technology
for Windows Media contained in this device (WM-DRM) to protect
the integrity of their content (Secure Content) so that their intellectual
property, including copyright, in such content is not misappropriated.
This device uses WM-DRM software to play Secure Content (WM-DRM
Software). If the security of the WM-DRM Software in this device has been
compromised, owners of Secure Content (Secure Content Owners) may
request that Microsoft revoke the WM-DRM Software’s right to acquire
new licenses to copy, display and/or play Secure Content. Revocation does
not alter the WM-DRM Software’s ability to play unprotected content. A
list of revoked WM-DRM Software is sent to your device whenever you
download a license for Secure Content from the Internet or from a PC.
Microsoft may, in conjunction with such license, also download revocation
list onto your device on behalf of Secure Content Owners.
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Trademark information
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent Nos: 5,956,674;
5,974,380; 6,226,616; 6,487,535; 7,212,872; 7,333,929; 7,392,195;
7,272,567 & other U.S. and worldwide patents issued & pending. DTSHD, the Symbol, & DTS-HD and the Symbol together are registered
trademarks of DTS, Inc. Product includes software. © DTS, Inc. All
Rights Reserved.
Manufactured under license from Audyssey Laboratories™. U.S. and
foreign patents pending. Audyssey MultEQ®, Audyssey Dynamic EQ®
and Audyssey Dynamic Volume® are registered trademarks of Audyssey
Laboratories.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby”, “Pro
Logic” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface, and
the HDMI Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.
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“Made for iPod” and “Made for iPhone” mean that an electronic
accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod, or iPhone,
respectively, and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple
performance standards.
Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance
with safety and regulatory standards. Please note that the use of this
accessory with iPod, or iPhone, may affect wireless performance.
AirPlay, the AirPlay logo, iPad, iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod nano, iPod
shuffle and iPod touch are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the
U.S. and other countries.
•Individual users are permitted to use iPhone, iPod, iPod classic, iPod
nano, iPod shuffle, and iPod touch for private copy and playback of
non-copyrighted contents and contents whose copy and playback is
permitted by law. Copyright infringement is prohibited by law.
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Windows Media and the Windows logo are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
Adobe, the Adobe logo and Reader are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or
other countries.
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22Audio section
•Power amplifier
Rated output:
Output connectors:
•Analog
Input sensitivity/Input impedance:
Frequency response:
S/N:
Front:
50 W + 50 W (8 Ω/ohms, 20 Hz – 20 kHz with 0.08 % T.H.D.)
60 W + 60 W (6 Ω/ohms, 1 kHz with 0.7 % T.H.D.)
Center:
50 W (8 Ω/ohms, 20 Hz – 20 kHz with 0.08 % T.H.D.)
60 W (6 Ω/ohms, 1 kHz with 0.7 % T.H.D.)
Surround:
50 W + 50 W (8 Ω/ohms, 20 Hz – 20 kHz with 0.08 % T.H.D.)
60 W + 60 W (6 Ω/ohms, 1 kHz with 0.7 % T.H.D.)
6 – 16 Ω/ohms
130 mV/47 kΩ/kohms
10 Hz – 100 kHz — +1, –3 dB (DIRECT mode)
98 dB (IHF–A weighted, DIRECT mode)
22Video section
•Standard video connectors
Input sensitivity/Input impedance:
Frequency response:
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[FM]
(Note: μV at 75 Ω/ohms, 0 dBf = 1 x 10–15 W)
87.50 MHz – 108.00 MHz
1.2 μV (12.8 dBf)
MONO 2.8 μV (20.2 dBf)
MONO 70 dB (IHF–A weighted, DIRECT mode)
STEREO 67 dB (IHF–A weighted, DIRECT mode)
MONO 0.7 % (1 kHz)
STEREO 1.0 % (1 kHz)
Receiving Range:
Usable Sensitivity:
50 dB Quieting Sensitivity:
S/N :
Total harmonic Distortion:
22General
Power supply:
Power consumption:
Power consumption in standby mode:
Power consumption in CEC standby mode:
Power consumption in network standby mode:
AC 230 V, 50/60 Hz
180 W
0.2 W
0.5 W
2.7 W
z For purposes of improvement, specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
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vv C
vv Numerics
3D········································································· 175
5.1-channel······························································ 20
vv A
A2DP······························································· 39, 187
Accessories······························································· 6
Add New Feature·················································· 157
Adjusting the master volume·································· 45
AirPlay····························································· 85, 187
ALAC····································································· 187
App Store······························································ 187
Audio settings······················································· 120
Audyssey Dynamic EQ®········································ 187
Audyssey Dynamic Volume®································· 187
Audyssey MultEQ®················································ 187
Audyssey settings········································· 125, 138
Audyssey® Setup··················································· 136
Auto Standby························································ 153
vv B
Bluetooth························································ 39, 187
Cables····································································· 18
Connection
FM········································································ 36
Home network (LAN)··········································· 37
iPod (USB)···························································· 34
Power amplifier···················································· 25
Power cord··························································· 42
REMOTE CONTROL············································ 40
Speaker································································ 21
TV····························································· 27, 28, 29
USB memory device············································ 34
Video camcorder·················································· 33
Wireless receiver················································· 39
Content Type························································ 175
Convenient function menu
Random································································ 89
Remove from Favorites········································ 91
Repeat·································································· 89
Save to Favorites·················································· 90
Slideshow····························································· 92
Slideshow Time···················································· 93
Text Search·························································· 91
Video Select························································· 93
vv D
Deep Color···························································· 175
Display···································································· 13
DLNA···································································· 187
Dolby
Dolby Digital················································· 98, 187
Dolby Digital Plus········································· 98, 188
Dolby Pro Logic II········································· 98, 188
Dolby TrueHD··············································· 98, 188
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DTS······································································· 188
DTS 96/24···················································· 98, 188
DTS Digital Surround·········································· 188
DTS Express················································· 98, 188
DTS-HD························································ 98, 188
DTS-HD High Resolution Audio·························· 188
DTS-HD Master Audio········································ 189
DTS Neo:6···························································· 98
DTS NEO:6™ Surround······································ 189
Dual backup memory function······························ 108
Dynamic range······················································ 189
vv E
Error messages (Audyssey® Setup)······················ 143
vv F
Firmware update··················································· 156
FLAC····································································· 189
Flickr········································································ 75
FM··········································································· 53
FM indoor antenna·················································· 36
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vv H
HDCP···························································· 177, 189
HDMI control················································ 104, 129
Headphones···························································· 11
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vv I
Settings
vv N
Information···························································· 154
Audio·································································· 154
Firmware···························································· 154
Notifications······················································· 154
Status································································· 154
Video·································································· 154
Input signal···························································· 185
Inputting characters·············································· 119
iPod Browse Mode················································· 48
iTunes··································································· 190
vv L
Last.fm···································································· 70
LFE········································································ 190
Listening position·················································· 137
vv M
Menu map····························································· 112
Audio·························································· 112, 120
General······················································· 116, 153
Inputs························································· 114, 132
Network····················································· 115, 149
Setup Assistant·················································· 117
Speakers···················································· 115, 136
Video·························································· 114, 129
Modem································································· 190
MP3······································································ 190
MPEG···································································· 190
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Network settings·················································· 149
vv P
Pairing··································································· 190
Panel lock function················································ 109
Playback
ALAC······························································ 50, 66
Blu-ray Disc player················································ 45
DVD player··························································· 45
FLAC······························································ 50, 66
Flickr····································································· 75
FM········································································ 54
Internet Radio······················································· 62
iPod (USB)···························································· 46
JPEG······························································ 50, 66
Last.fm································································· 70
MP3·························································· 50, 62, 66
MPEG-4 AAC············································ 50, 62, 66
NAS······································································ 66
PC········································································· 66
PTY······································································· 56
Radio Text···························································· 58
RDS······································································ 56
Spotify·································································· 79
TP········································································· 57
USB memory device············································ 50
WAV······························································· 50, 66
WMA························································ 50, 62, 66
Protection circuit··················································· 190
PTY·········································································· 56
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Random····························································· 49, 89
RDS········································································· 56
Rear panel······························································· 14
Remote control unit················································ 16
Inserting the batteries············································ 7
Remote lock function············································ 111
Repeat······························································· 49, 89
Resetting factory settings····································· 174
vv S
Sampling frequency·············································· 190
Selecting the input source······································ 44
Sleep timer···························································· 105
Sound mode············································ 94, 101, 182
AUTO··································································· 99
Direct···························································· 96, 100
Dolby···································································· 98
DTS······································································ 98
Original································································· 99
PCM multi-channel··············································· 99
PURE DIRECT······················································ 96
Stereo································································· 100
Speaker
Connect································································ 21
Install···································································· 19
Set up································································· 136
Speaker impedance·············································· 190
Spotify····································································· 79
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vv T
Tips······································································· 160
TP············································································ 57
Troubleshooting···················································· 162
Tuner operation menu
Auto Preset Memory············································ 60
Direct Tune··························································· 55
Preset Memory···················································· 59
Preset Name························································ 60
Preset Skip··························································· 61
Tune Mode··························································· 58
Turning off the sound temporarily··························· 45
Turning the power on·············································· 44
vv V
Video settings······················································· 129
vTuner····························································· 65, 191
vv W
Web control·························································· 106
Windows Media DRM·········································· 191
Windows Media Player········································· 191
WMA····································································· 191
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nn libogg
http://www.xiph.org/ogg/
Copyright (c) 2002, Xiph.org Foundation
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with
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•Neither the name of the Xiph.org Foundation nor the
names of its contributors may be used to endorse or
promote products derived from this software without
specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT
HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR
PURPOSE
ARE
DISCLAIMED.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE FOUNDATION OR
CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY
OF SUCH DAMAGE.
nn libvorbis
http://www.xiph.org/vorbis/
Copyright (c) 2002-2004 Xiph.org Foundation
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with
or without modification, are permitted provided that the
following conditions are met:
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following disclaimer.
•Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the
above copyright notice, this list of conditions and
the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or
other materials provided with the distribution.
•Neither the name of the Xiph.org Foundation nor the
names of its contributors may be used to endorse or
promote products derived from this software without
specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT
HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR
PURPOSE
ARE
DISCLAIMED.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE FOUNDATION OR
CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY
OF SUCH DAMAGE.
nn Tremolo
http://wss.co.uk/pinknoise/tremolo
Copyright (C) 2002-2009 Xiph.org Foundation Changes
Copyright (C) 2009-2010 Robin Watts for Pinknoise
Productions Ltd
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following disclaimer.
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the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or
other materials provided with the distribution.
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names of its contributors may be used to endorse or
promote products derived from this software without
specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT
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BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
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PARTICULAR
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ARE
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OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
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PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
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nn Tremor
http://wiki.xiph.org/index.php/Tremor
Copyright (c) 2002, Xiph.org Foundation
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with
or without modification, are permitted provided that the
following conditions are met:
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above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer.
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above copyright notice, this list of conditions and
the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or
other materials provided with the distribution.
•Neither the name of the Xiph.org Foundation nor the
names of its contributors may be used to endorse or
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HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR
PURPOSE
ARE
DISCLAIMED.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE FOUNDATION OR
CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY
OF SUCH DAMAGE.
nn Mersenne Twister
http://www.math.sci.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/~m-mat/MT/
MT2002/CODES/mt19937ar.c
Copyright (C) 1997 - 2002, Makoto Matsumoto
and Takuji Nishimura,
All rights reserved.
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the following disclaimer in the documentation and/
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3.
The names of its contributors may not be used
to endorse or promote products derived from this
software without specific prior written permission.
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HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN
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CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY,
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR
PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR
TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)
ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY
OF SUCH DAMAGE.
Redistribution and use in source and binary
forms, with or without modification, are
permitted provided that the following conditions
are met:
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Redistributions of source code must retain the
above copyright notice, this list of conditions and
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nn zlib
nn cURL
nn c-ares
zlib.h -- interface of the ‘zlib’ general purpose
compression library version 1.2.3, July 18th, 2005
COPYRIGHT AND PERMISSION NOTICE
Copyright 1998 by the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology.
http://www.zlib.net/
http://curl.haxx.se
Copyright (C) 1995-2004 Jean-loup Gailly and Mark
Adler
This software is provided ‘as-is’, without any express
or implied warranty. In no event will the authors be
held liable for any damages arising from the use of this
software.
Permission is granted to anyone to use this software
for any purpose, including commercial applications,
and to alter it and redistribute it freely, subject to the
following restrictions:
1.
The origin of this software must not be
misrepresented; you must not claim that you wrote
the original software. If you use this software in
a product, an acknowledgment in the product
documentation would be appreciated but is not
required.
2.Altered source versions must be plainly marked as
such, and must not be misrepresented as being the
original software.
3.This notice may not be removed or altered from any
source distribution.
Jean-loup Gailly jloup@gzip.org, Mark Adler madler@
alumni.caltech.edu
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Copyright (c) 1996 - 2011, Daniel Stenberg, <daniel@
haxx.se>.
All rights reserved.
Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this
software for any purpose with or without fee is hereby
granted, provided that the above copyright notice and
this permission notice appear in all copies.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT
WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT
OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE
FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY,
WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT
OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN
CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE
OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this
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copyright notice appear in all copies and that both that
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supporting documentation, and that the name of M.I.T.
not be used in advertising or publicity pertaining to
distribution of the software without specific, written
prior permission. M.I.T. makes no representations
about the suitability of this software for any purpose. It
is provided “as is” without express or implied warranty.
Except as contained in this notice, the name of a
copyright holder shall not be used in advertising or
otherwise to promote the sale, use or other dealings in
this Software without prior written authorization of the
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22License Information for the
Software Used in the Unit
About GPL (GNU-General Public License), LGPL
(GNU Lesser General Public License) License
This product uses GPL/LGPL software and software
made by other companies.
After you purchase this product, you may procure,
modify or distribute the source code of the GPL/
LGPL software that is used in the product.
Marantz provides the source code based on the
GPL and LPGL licenses at the actual cost upon your
request to our customer service center. However,
note that we make no guarantees concerning the
source code. Please also understand that we do not
offer support for the contents of the source code.
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48
Unit : mm
105
15
90
440
55
50
50
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22Weight : 8.2 kg
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