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Model SR3001 User Guide
AV Surround Receiver
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage”
within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute
a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the
user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the product.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG
TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
ATTENTION: POUR ÉVITER LES CHOCS ÉLECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA
LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE
DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQU’AU FOND.
READ BEFORE OPERATING EQUIPMENT
This product was designed and manufactured to
meet strict quality and safety standards. There are,
however, some installation and operation precautions which you should be particularly aware of.
1.
Read Instructions – All the safety and
operating instructions should be read before
the product is operated.
2.
Retain Instructions – The safety and
operating instructions should be retained for
future reference.
3.
Heed Warnings – All warnings on the product
and in the operating instructions should be
adhered to.
4.
Follow Instructions – All operating and use
instructions should be followed.
5.
Cleaning – Unplug this product from the
wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid
cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp
cloth for cleaning.
6.
Attachments – Do not use attachments not
recommended by the product manufacturer
as they may cause hazards.
7.
Water and Moisture – Do not use this product
near water-for example, near a bath tub,
wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a
wet basement, or near a swimming pool, and
the like.
8.
Accessories – Do not place this product on
an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or
table. The product may fall, causing serious
injury to a child or adult, and serious damage
to the product. Use only with a cart, stand,
tripod, bracket, or table recommended by the
manufacturer, or sold with the product. Any
mounting of the product should follow the
manufacturer’s instructions, and should use
a mounting accessory recommended by the
manufacturer.
NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER:
This reminder is provided to call the CATV (Cable-TV) system installer’s attention to Section 820-40 of
the NEC which provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground
shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by tuning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
NOTE:
Changes or modifications not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void
the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
9.
A product and cart combination should be
moved with care. Quick stops, excessive
force, and uneven surfaces may cause the
product and cart combination to overturn.
10.
Ventilation – Slots and openings in the
cabinet are provided for ventilation and to
ensure reliable operation of the product and
to protect it from overheating, and these
openings must not be blocked or covered.
The openings should never be blocked by
placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or
other similar surface. This product should not
be placed in a built-in installation such as a
bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is
provided or the manufacturer’s instructions
have been adhered to.
11.
Power Sources – This product should be
operated only from the type of power source
indicated on the marking label. If you are
not sure of the type of power supply to your
home, consult your product dealer or local
power company. For products intended to
operate from battery power, or other sources,
refer to the operating instructions.
12.
Grounding or Polarization – This product
may be equipped with a polarized
alternatingcurrent line plug (a plug having
one blade wider than the other). This plug will
fit into the power outlet only one way. This is
a safety feature. If you are unable to insert
the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the
plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact
your electrician to replace your obsolete
outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of
the polarized plug.
16.
Lightning – For added protection for this
product during a lightning storm, or when it is
left unattended and unused for long periods
of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and
disconnect the antenna or cable system. This
will prevent damage to the product due to
lightning and power-line surges.
17.
Power Lines – An outside antenna system
should not be located in the vicinity of
overhead power lines or other electric light or
power circuits, or where it can fall into such
power lines or circuits. When installing an
outside antenna system, extreme care should
be taken to keep from touching such power
lines or circuits as contact with them might be
fatal.
AC POLARIZED PLUG
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15.
Power-Cord Protection – Power-supply cords
should be routed so that they are not likely
to be walked on or pinched by items placed
upon or against them, paying particular
attention to cords at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit
from the product.
Protective Attachment Plug – The product
is equipped with an attachment plug having
overload protection. This is a safety feature.
See Instruction Manual for replacement or
resetting of protective device. If replacement
of the plug is required, be sure the service
technician has used a replacement plug
specified by the manufacturer that has the
same overload protection as the original plug.
Outdoor Antenna Grounding – If an outside
antenna or cable system is connected to the
product, be sure the antenna or cable system
is grounded so as to provide some protection
against voltage surges and built-up static
charges. Article 810 of the National Electrical
Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information
with regard to proper grounding of the mast
and supporting structure, grounding of the
lead-in wire to an antenna-discharge unit,
size of grounding conductors, location
of antennadischarge unit, connection to
grounding electrodes, and requirements for
the grounding electrode. See Figure 1.
18.
Overloading – Do not overload wall outlets,
extension cords, or integral convenience
receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire
or electric shock.
19.
Object and Liquid Entry – Never push objects
of any kind into this product through openings
as they may touch dangerous voltage points
or short-out parts that could result in a fire or
electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind
on the product.
20.
d.
If the product does not operate normally by
following the operating instructions. Adjust
only those controls that are covered by
the operating instructions as an improper
adjustment of other controls may result in
damage and will often require extensive
work by a qualified technician to restore the
product to its normal operation.
e.
If the product has been dropped or damaged
in any way, and
f.
When the product exhibits a distinct change
in performance this indicates a need for
service.
Damage Requiring Service – Unplug this
product from the wall outlet and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under
the following conditions:
a.
When the power-supply cord or plug is
damaged.
b.
If liquid has been spilled, or objects have
fallen into the product.
c.
If the product has been exposed to rain or
water.
Replacement Parts – When replacement
parts are required, be sure the service
technician has used replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or have the
same characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire,
electric shock, or other hazards.
23.
Safety Check – Upon completion of any
service or repairs to this product, ask the
service technician to perform safety checks
to determine that the product is in proper
operating condition.
24.
Wall or Ceiling Mounting – The product
should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only
as recommended by the manufacturer.
25.
Heat – The product should be situated away
from heat sources such as radiators, heat
registers, stoves, or other products (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
FIGURE 1
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE, ANSI/NFPA 70
Servicing – Do not attempt to service this
product yourself as opening or removing
covers may expose you to dangerous voltage
or other hazards. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
21.
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ANTENNA
LEAD IN WIRE
GROUND
CLAMP
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
GROUND CLAMPS
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
NEC - NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la Classe B est conforme
à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
FOREWORD ...........................................1
INTRODUCTION ....................................1
PRECAUTIONS ......................................1
DESCRIPTION .......................................2
FEATURES .............................................3
ACCESSORIES ......................................3
FRONT PANEL ......................................4
FL DISPLAY ........................................................................5
REAR PANEL .........................................6
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION .......7
FUNCTION AND OPERATION ..........................................7
PROGRAMMING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER ............8
OPERATION OF REMOTE CONTROL UNIT ...................9
GENERAL INFORMATION OF RC5500SR TO SR3001 ......9
CONNECTIONS ...................................11
SPEAKER PLACEMENT .................................................11
CONNECTING SPEAKERS.............................................11
CONNECTING AUDIO COMPONENTS..........................12
CONNECTING VIDEO COMPONENTS..........................13
ADVANCED CONNECTING ............................................14
CONNECTING THE REMOTE CONTROL JACKS.........14
CONNECTING THE ANTENNA TERMINALS .................15
SETUP ..................................................16
SETUP MENU SYSTEM ..................................................16
ENTER THE DESIRED MENU ITEM
OF THE SETUP MENU ....................................................16
SIMPLE SETUP................................................................17
1. INPUT SETUP (ASSIGNABLE DIGITAL INPUT) ........17
2. SPEAKER SETUP........................................................18
3. PREFERENCE .............................................................21
4. SURROUND .................................................................21
5. PL II (DOLBY PRO LOGIC II ) MUSIC PARAMETER ........22
6. CS II (CIRCLE SURROUND II) ..................................22
BASIC OPERATION (PLAY BACK).....23
SELECTING AN INPUT SOURCE ...................................23
SELECTING THE SURROUND MODE...........................23
ADJUSTING THE MAIN VOLUME ..................................23
ADJUSTING THE TONE (BASS & TREBLE) CONTROL ......23
TEMPORARILY TURNING OFF THE SOUND ...............23
USING THE SLEEP TIMER .............................................23
NIGHT MODE ..................................................................23
SURROUND MODE .............................24
OTHER FUNCTION ..............................27
ATTENUATION TO ANALOG INPUT SIGNAL ................27
LISTENING THROUGH HEADPHONES .......................27
VIDEO ON/OFF ...............................................................27
DISPLAY MODE ...............................................................27
SELECTING ANALOG AUDIO INPUT OR DIGITAL AUDIO
INPUT ..............................................................................27
RECORDING AN ANALOG SOURCE .............................28
HT-EQ ..............................................................................28
7.1 CH INPUT ...................................................................28
7.1 CH INPUT LEVEL.......................................................29
BASIC OPERATION (TUNER).............30
LISTENING TO THE TUNER ...........................................30
PRESET MEMORY ..........................................................30
SURROUND SPEAKER B SYSTEM.....32
MULTI ROOM PLAYBACK USING THE S(SURROUND)
SPEAKER B TERMINALS ...............................................32
TROUBLESHOOTING .........................33
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ..........34
DIMENSIONS ......................................34
FOREWORD
PRECAUTIONS
This section must be read before any connection is
made to the mains supply.
CAUTIONS ON INSTALLATION
EQUIPMENT MAINS WORKING SETTING
For heat dispersal, leave at least 8 inch (0.2 m) of
space between the top, back and sides of this unit
and the wall or other components.
• Do not obstruct the ventilation holes.
Your Marantz product has been prepared to comply
with the household power and safety requirements
that exist in your area.
SR3001 can be powered by 120V AC only.
COPYRIGHT
Recording and playback of any material may
require consent. For further information refer to the
following:
—
Copyright Act 1956
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Dramatic and Musical Performers Act 1958
—
Performers Protection Acts 1963 and 1972
—
any subsequent statutory enactments and
orders
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the Marantz SR3001
Surround receiver.
This remarkable component has been engineered
to provide you with many years of home theater
enjoyment. Please take a few minutes to read this
manual thoroughly before you connect and operate
the SR3001.
As there are a number of connection and configuration
options, you are encouraged to discuss your own
particular home theater setup with your Marantz A/V
specialist dealer.
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DESCRIPTION
DTS was introduced in 1994 to provide 5.1 channels of
discrete digital audio into home theater systems.
DTS brings you premium quality discrete multichannel
digital sound to both movies and music.
DTS is a multichannel sound system designed to
create full range digital sound reproduction.
The no compromise DTS digital process sets the
standard of quality for cinema sound by delivering
an exact copy of the studio master recordings to
neighborhood and home theaters.
Now, every moviegoer can hear the sound exactly as
the moviemaker intended.
DTS can be enjoyed in the home for either movies or
music on of DVD’s, LD’s, and CD’s.
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are registered
trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
The advantages of discrete multichannel systems
over matrix are well known.
But even in homes equipped for discrete multichannel,
there remains a need for high-quality matrix decoding.
This is because of the large library of matrix surround
motion pictures available on disc and on VHS tape; and
analog television broadcasts.
The typical matrix decoder of today derives a center
channel and a mono surround channel from twochannel matrix stereo material. It is better than a
simple matrix in that it includes steering logic to
improve separation, but because of its mono, bandlimited surround it can be disappointing to users
accustomed to discrete multichannel.
Neo:6 offers several important improvements as
follow,
• Neo:6 provides up to six full-band channels of
matrix decoding from stereo matrix material. Users
with 6.1 and 5.1 systems will derive six and five
separate channels, respectively, corresponding to
the standard home-theater speaker layouts.
• Neo:6 technology allows various sound elements
within a channel or channels to be steered
separately, and in a way which follows naturally
from the original presentation.
• Neo:6 offers a music mode to expand stereo nonmatrix
recordings into the five- or six-channel layout, in a way
which does not diminish the subtlety and integrity of the
original stereo recording.
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DTS-ES Extended Surround is a new multichannel
digital signal format developed by Digital Theater
Systems Inc. While offering high compatibility with
the conventional DTS Digital Surround format, DTSES Extended Surround greatly improves the 360degree surround impression and space expression
thanks to further expanded surround signals. This
format has been used professionally in movie
theaters since 1999.
In addition to the 5.1 surround channels (FL, FR, C,
SL, SR and LFE), DTS-ES Extended Surround also
offers the SB (Surround Back) channel for surround
playback with a total of 6.1 channels. DTS-ES
Extended Surround includes two signal formats with
different surround signal recording methods, as DTSES Discrete 6.1 and DTS-ES Matrix 6.1.
“DTS”, “DTS-ES” and “Neo:6” are trademarks of
Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
The stereo CD is a 16-bit medium with sampling at
44.1 kHz. Professional audio has been 20- or 24bit for some time, and there is increasing interest
in higher sampling rates both for recording and for
delivery into the home. Greater bit depths provide
extended dynamic range. Higher sampling rates
allow wider frequency response and the use of antialias and reconstruction filters with more favorable
aural characteristics.
DTS 96/24 allows for 5.1channel sound tracks to be
encoded at a rate of 96kHz/24bits on DVD-Video
titles.
When DVD-video appeared, it became possible to
deliver 24-bit, 96 kHz audio into the home, but only in
two channels, and with serious limitations on picture.
This capability has had little use.
DVD-audio allows 96/24 in six channels, but a new
player is needed, and only analog outputs are provided,
necessitating the use of the D/A converters and analog
electronics provided in the player.
DTS 96/24 offers the following:
1. Sound quality transparent to the original 96/24
master.
2. Full backward compatibility with all existing
decoders. (Existing decoders will output a 48 kHz
signal)
3. No new player required: DTS 96/24 can be carried
on DVD-video, or in the video zone of DVD-audio,
accessible to all DVD players.
4. 96/24 5.1-channel sound with full-quality fullmotion video, for music programs and motion
picture soundtracks on DVD-video.
“DTS” and “DTS 96/24” are trademarks of Digital
Theater Systems, Inc.
Dolby Pro Logic IIx is fully compatible with Dolby Surround
Pro Logic technology and can optimally decode the
thousands of commercially available Dolby Surround
encoded video cassettes and television programs with
enhanced depth and spatiality. It can also process any
high-quality stereo or Advanced Resolution 5.1-channel
music content into a seamless 6.1- or 7.1-channel
listening experience.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby”, “Pro Logic”, and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Dolby Digital identifies the use of Dolby Digital audio
coding for such consumer formats as DVD and
DTV. As with film sound, Dolby Digital can provide
up to five full-range channels for left, center, and
right screen channels, independent left and right
surround channels, and a sixth ( ".1") channel for
low-frequency effects.
Dolby Surround Pro Logic II is an improved matrix
decoding technology that provides better spatiality and
directionality on Dolby Surround program material;
provides a convincing three-dimensional soundfield on
conventional stereo music recordings; and is ideally
suited to bring the surround experience to automotive
sound. While conventional surround programming
is fully compatible with Dolby Surround Pro Logic II
decoders, soundtracks will be able to be encoded
specifically to take full advantage of Pro Logic II
playback, including separate left and right surround
channels. (Such material is also compatible with
conventional Pro Logic decoders.)
Dolby Digital EX creates six full-bandwidth output
channels from 5.1-channel sources. This is done
using a matrix decoder that derives three surround
channels from the two in the original recording. For
best results, Dolby Digital EX should be used with
movies soundtracks recorded with Dolby Digital
Surround EX.
About Dolby Pro Logic IIx
Dolby Pro Logic IIx technology delivers a natural
and immersing 7.1-channel listening experience
to the home theater environment. A product of
Dolby's expertise in surround sound and matrix
decoding technologies, Dolby Pro Logic IIx is a
complete surround sound solution that maximizes
the entertainment experience from stereo as well as
5.1-channel encoded sources.
Circle Surround II (CS-II) is a powerful and versatile
multichannel technology. CS-II is designed to enable
up to 6.1 multichannel surround sound playback
from mono, stereo, CS encoded sources and other
matrix encoded sources. In all cases the decoder
extends it into 6 channels of surround audio and a
LFE/subwoofer signal. The CS-II decoder creates a
listening environment that places the listener “inside”
music performances and dramatically improves both
hi-fi audio conventional surround-encoded video
material. CS-II provides composite stereo rear
channels to greatly improve separation and image
positioning – adding a heightened sense of realism to
both audio and A/V productions.
CS-II is packed with other useful feature like dialog
clarity (SRS Dialog) for movies and cinema-like bass
enrichment (TruBass). CS-II can enable the dialog to
become clearer and more discernable in movies and it
enables the bass frequencies contained in the original
programming to more closely achieve low frequencies
– overcoming the low frequency limitations of the
speakers by full octave.
Circle Surround II, Dialog Clarity, TruBass, SRS and
symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc.
Circle Surround II, Dialog Clarity and TruBass
technology are incorporated under license from SRS
Labs, Inc.
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The SR3001 is designed and engineered with
extensive feedback from dealers and consumers.
It features a heavy duty speaker binding posts and
an extensive array of both analog and digital inputs /
outputs. With 3 assignable digital inputs, 2 component
inputs and SACD Multi Channel (7.1 channel) direct
inputs is taken to a stunning new level.
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The SR3001 incorporates the most advanced
Digital Signal Processing circuitry, along with a
Crystal® 192 kHz/24 bit D/A converter in each of
the 7 channels. Independent power supply circuits
are incorporated for the FL display, audio and
video sections for maximum separation, clarity
and dynamic range. Together with hand-selected
customized components, all elements work in
harmony to recreate the emotion, exactly as the artist
had intended.
• Dolby Digital EX, Dolby Digital ,
DTS ES (Discrete 6.1, Matrix 6.1, Neo: 6)
• Dolby Pro Logic IIx (Movie, Music, Game)
• Circle Surround II (Movie, Music, Mono)
• HDCD decording
• 7 × 60 Watts (8 Ohm), Discrete Amplifiers
• Massive Energy Power Supply, Huge EI
Transformer, Large ELCO's.
• 192 kHz/24 bit Crystal® DAC for all 7 Channels
• 32 bit Digital Surround Processing Chipsets
• Video Off Mode
• Large Heavy Duty Speaker Terminals for all
Channels
• Auto Input Signal Detection
• Improved Station Name Input Method, 50 Presets
• Auto Adjust Function for Speaker Distance Settings
(Delay Time)
• Universal remote control
• Simple Setup Function
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The SR3001 features a fully discrete 7 channel amplifier
section capable of delivering 60 watts of high-current
amplification, for continuously clean and stable power
into each of the seven channels. It employs a massive
EI power transformer in combination with oversized filter
capacitors. This design configuration is capable of a
clear and powerful reproduction of the most demanding
action movie soundtracks and full range (multichannel)
music discs. Through its ability to generate very high
output voltages, the SR3001 can easily drive the most
demanding speakers with optimum results.
Remote Controller RC5500SR
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HDCD system manufactured under license from
Microsoft. This product is covered by one or more
of the following: In the United States 5,479,168
5,638,074 5,640,161 5,808,574 5,838,274 5,854,600
5,864,311 5,872,531 and in Australia 669,114 with
other patents pending.
The SR3001 incorporates the latest generation of
digital surround sound decoding technology such as
Dolby Digital EX, Dolby Digital, DTS ES (Discrete
6.1 and Matrix 6.1), DTS Neo:6 (Cinema, Music),
Dolby Pro-Logic IIx (Movie, Music and Game), Circle
Surround II (Cinema and Music).
In addition, Marantz has focused on the future. By
utilizing pre-out jack, 7.1 direct inputs the SR3001 is
tomorrow's technology, today!
ACCESSORIES
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HDCD® (High Definition Compatible Digital ®) is a
patented process for delivering on Compact Disc the
full richness and details of the original microphone
feed.
HDCD encoded CDs sound better because they are
encoded with 20-bits of real musical information as
compared to 16-bits for all other CDs.
HDCD overcomes the limitation of the 16-bit CD
format by using a sophisticated system to encode
the additional four bits onto the CD while remaining
completely compatible with the CD format.
When listening to HDCD recordings, you hear more
dynamic range, a focused 3-D sound stage, and
extremely natural vocal and musical timbre. With
HDCD, you get the body, depth and emotion of the
original performance not a flat, digital imitation.
The TruSurround Headphone technology provides
a surround sound listening experience over
headphones.
When listening to multichannel content such as DVD
movies over headphones, the listening experience
is fundamentally different than listening to speakers.
Since the headphone speaker drivers are covering the
pinna of the ear, the listening experience differs greatly
from traditional speaker playback. TruSurround utilizes
patented headphone perspective curves to solve this
problem and provides a non-fatiguing, immersive, home
theater listening experience. TruSurround Headphone
also delivers exceptional 3D audio from mono and stereo
material.
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AM Loop Antenna
FM Antenna
User Guide
An easy-to-use universal remote control allows full
access to all of the operating functions and can be
used for system operation as well.
This unit has Simple Setup function for easy setup.
You can setup all speaker settings by just selecting
your room size and the number of your speakers with
Simple Setup function. You can also setup customized
settings just like conventional AV amplifiers.
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AV SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
INPUT SELECTOR
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ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
MTX 6.1
PEAK
ATT
ANALOG
EQ
DIGITAL
SURROUND
DIGITAL
L
Notes:
• The surround mode is automatically switched to
AUTO when the pure direct function is turned on.
• Additionally, Speaker Configurations are fixed
automatically as follows.
Front SPKR = Large, Center SPKR = Large,
Surround SPKR = Large, Sub woofer = On
• This function is unavailable when the surround
speaker B system is activated. While this function
is activated, this function will be canceled if the S.
SPEAKER B button is pressed.
SL
S
SIMPLE
SETUP
MEMORY
UP
CLEAR
S. SPEAKER B
MUTE
STANDBY
ATT
ENTER
AUTO
POWER ON/STANDBY
DISPLAY
HT-EQ
MENU
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
PHONES
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POWER switch and STANDBY
indicator
When this switch is pressed once, the unit turns ON
and the display illuminates. When pressed again,
the unit turns OFF and the STANDBY indicator will
be illuminated.
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7.1CH INPUT button
Press this button to select the output of an external
multichannel player.
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t
INFRARED receiving sensor
window
This window receives infrared signals for the remote
control.
SURROUND MODE button
You can select the surround mode by pressing this
button.
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DISPLAY button
When this button is pressed, the FL display mode
is changed as Surround Mode → Auto-display Off
→ Display Off → Input Function and the display off
indicator(DISP) lights up in condition of DISPLAY
OFF.
PURE DIRECT button
When this button is pressed, the tone control circuitry
is bypassed as well as Bass Management.
DIRECT indicator will be illuminated in the display.
!0
MEMORY button
Press this button to enter the tuner preset memory
numbers or station names. (See page 30)
BAND button
Press this button to switch between FM and AM in
the TUNER mode.
!7
EXIT button
This button is used to exit from the SETUP MAIN
MENU.
!8
Cursor (1, 2, 3, 4) / ENTER button
Use these buttons when operating the SETUP MAIN
MENU and TUNER function.
!9
S.(Surround) SPEAKER B button
Press this button to activate the Surround Speaker B
system . “SPKR B” indicator will be illuminated in the
display. (See page 33)
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INPUT SELECTOR knob
(AUDIO/ VIDEO)
This knob is used to select the input sources.
The video function selector, such as TV, DVD, VCR1
and DSS, selects video and audio simultaneously.
Audio function sources such as CD, TAPE, CDR/MD,
and TUNER may be selected in conjunction with a
Video source.
This feature (Sound Injection) combines a sound
from one source with a picture from another.
Choose the video source first, and then choose a
different audio source to activate this function.
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r
!4
SIMPLE SETUP button
Press this button to enter the simple setup mode.
You can setup the speaker conditions (speaker
sizes, number of speakers, speaker delay times)
quickly by pressing the cursor buttons.
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@2
T-MODE button
Press this button to select the auto stereo mode or
mono mode when the FM band is selected.
The “AUTO” indicator lights in the auto stereo mode.
(See page 30)
!6
SR
i
PURE
DIRECT
!5
R
C
DOWN
SURROUND
MODE
MUTE button
Press this button to mute the output to the speakers.
Press it again to return to the previous volume level.
LFE
PCM
7.1CH INPUT
!4
MENU button
This button is used to enter the SETUP MAIN MANU.
@0
HT-EQ button
Press this button to cancel the station-memory
setting mode or preset scan tuning. (See page 31)
Used to turn on or off HT(Home Theater)-EQ mode.
This mode compensates for the audio portion of a
movie sounding “bright”. When this button is pressed,
“EQ” indicator lights up.
!2
@1
!1
CLEAR button
VOLUME control knob
Adjusts the overall sound level. Turning the control
clockwise increases the sound level.
!3
ATT (Attenuate) button
If the selected analog audio input signal is greater
than the capable level of internal processing, the
PEAK indicator will illuminate. If this happens, you
should press the ATT button. “ATT” is displayed
when this function is activated.
The signal-input level is reduced by about half.
Attenuation will not work with the output signal of
“REC OUT” (TAPE, CD-R/MD, VCR1 and VCR2
output). This function is memorized for each input
function.
AUTO (Auto surround) button
Press this button to select the AUTO mode from
the surround modes. When this mode is selected,
the receiver determines the surround mode
corresponding to a digital input signal automatically.
HEADPHONE jack for stereo
headphones
s
This jack may be used to listen to the SR3001’s
output through a pair of headphones. Be certain
that the headphones have a standard 1 / 4" stereo
phono plug. Note that the main room speakers will
automatically be turned off when the headphone
jack is in use.
Notes:
• When using headphones, the surround mode
will change to STEREO and TruSurround (TS)
headphones by SURROUND MODE button.
• The surround mode returns to the previous setting
as soon as the headphone plug is removed from the
jack.
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FL DISPLAY
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g
a
DISP
¡7
SLEEP
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f
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
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¡3
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ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
MTX 6.1
PEAK
SPKR
B
ATT
ANALOG
SURROUND
EQ
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
C
SL
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¡6
DISP (Display Off) indicator
This indicator is illuminated when the SR3001 is in
the display off condition.
s
SLEEP timer indicator
This indicator is illuminated when the sleep timer
function is active.
d
AUTO SURR (Auto Surround
mode) indicator
This indicator is illuminated to show that the AUTO
SURROUND mode is in use.
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TUNER’s indicators
AUTO : This indicator illuminates when the
tuner’s Auto mode is in use.
TUNED : This indicator illuminates when
a station is being received with
sufficient signal strength to provide
acceptable listening quality.
ST(Stereo) : This indicator illuminates when an
FM station is being tuned into stereo
condition.
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DTS-ES mode indicators
(DISC6.1, MTX6.1)
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¡5
R
LFE
PCM
a
2 DIGITAL, EX, 2 SURROUND, dts, ES, 96/24,
PCM
When the selected input is a digital source, some
of these indicators will be illuminated to display the
specific type of signal in use.
¡4
L
S
SR
¡5
NIGHT mode indicator
This indicator is illuminated when the SR3001 is in
the Night mode, which reduces the dynamic range of
digital program material at low volume levels.
k
SPKR (Speaker) B indicator
This indicator is illuminated when the S(Surround)
speaker B system is active.
l
PEAK indicator
This indicator is a monitor for an analog audio input
signal. If the selected analog audio input signal is
greater than the capable level of internal processing,
this will illuminate. If this happens, you should press the
ATT button on the front panel or the remote.
¡0
These indicators display the channels that are
encoded with a digital
input signal. If the selected digital input signal is
Dolby Digital 5.1ch or DTS 5.1ch, “L”, “C”, “R”, “SL”,
“SR” and “LFE” will be illuminated. If the digital input
signal is 2 channel PCM-audio, “L” and “R” will be
displayed.
If Dolby Digital 5.1ch signal with Surround EX flag or
DTS-ES signal comes in, “L”, “C”, “R”, “SL”, “S” , “SR”
and “LFE” will be illuminated.
¡6
Main Information Display
This display shows messages relating to the status,
input source, surround mode, tuner, volume level or
other aspects of unit’s operation.
¡7
DIRECT (Pure direct) indicator
This indicator is illuminated when the SR3001 is in
the PURE DIRECT mode.
¡8
HDCD indicator
When HDCD signal is decoded from digital input, this
indicator will light up.
EQ mode indicator
¡1
ATT (Attenuation) indicator
This indicator is illuminated when the attenuation
function is active.
¡2
DIGITAL Input Indicator
These indicators will illuminate to show the DTS-ES
decoding mode (Discrete 6.1 or Matrix 6.1).
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¡3
This indicator is illuminated when the Video-OFF
function is active.
ENCODED CHANNEL STATUS
indicators
This indicator is illuminated when the HT-EQ function
is active.
This indicator lights when a digital input has been
selected.
V (video)-OFF mode indicator
SIGNAL FORMAT indicators
ENGLISH
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ANALOG input indicator
This indicator is illuminated when an analog input
source has been selected.
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ENGLISH
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REAR PANEL
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x
c
v
b n
GND
AM
ANTENNA
IN
OUT
VCR1
DVD
TV
Y
IN
OUT
VCR1
SL
C
MONITOR
L
DVD
SBL
IN
MONITOR
CB/
PB
IN
CD
OUT
TAPE
IN
OUT
CDR/MD
IN
OUT
DSS / VCR2
IN
OUT
VCR1
R
DVD
SR
SW
7.1CH INPUT
TV
SBR
1
R
⁄1
DIGITAL INPUT
L
FRONT
SUBWOOFER
OUT
2
R
L
R
SURROUND BACK
S. SPEAKER B
3
DVD
AUDIO
DSS / VCR 2
MONITOR
COMPONENT VIDEO
L
SURROUND
CENTER
SPEAKER SYSTEMS 6 - 8 OHMS
⁄0
AUDIO IN/OUT (CD, TAPE, CD-R/
MD, TV, DVD, VCR1, DSS/VCR2)
These are the analog audio inputs and outputs. There
are 7 audio inputs (4 of which are linked to video
inputs) and 4 audio outputs (2 of which are linked to
video outputs). The audio jacks are nominally labeled
for cassette tape decks, compact disc players, DVD
players and etc.... The audio inputs and outputs
require RCA-type connectors.
FM antenna terminal (75 ohms)
Connect an external FM antenna with a coaxial
cable, or a cable network FM source.
AM antenna and ground terminals
Connect the supplied AM loop antenna. Use the
terminals marked “AM” and “GND”. The supplied AM
loop antenna will provide good AM reception in most
areas. Position the loop antenna until you hear the
best reception.
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MODEL NO. SR3001
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT/
OUTPUT
CR /
PR
R
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OUT
L
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AC IN
SVIDEO
OUT
IN
DSS / VCR2
There are 2 digital inputs with coaxial jacks, 1 with
optical jack.
The inputs accept digital audio signals from a
compact disc, LD, DVD, or other digital source
component.
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RC-5
VIDEO
FM (75Ω)
DIGITAL INPUT (Dig.1 - 3)
(coaxial, optical)
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VIDEO IN/OUT
(TV, DVD, VCR1, DSS/VCR2)
These are the video inputs and outputs. There
are 4 video inputs and 2 video outputs and each
one includes both composite video and S-video
configurations. Connect VCRs, DVD players, and
other video components to the video inputs.
The 2 video output channels can be used to be
connected to video tape recorders for making
recordings.
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MONITOR OUT
This is a monitor output and each one includes both
composite video and S-video configurations.
b
REMOTE CONT. IN/OUT terminals
Connect to a Marantz component equipped with
remote control (RC-5) terminals.
If your DVD player or other device has component
video connectors, be sure to connect them to these
component video connectors on the SR3001. The
SR3001 has two component video input connectors
to obtain the color information (Y, CB, CR) directly from
the recorded DVD signal or other video component
and one component video output connector to output it
directly into the matrix decoder of the display device.
By sending the pure DVD component video signal
directly, the DVD signal forgoes the extra processing
that normally would degrade the image. The result is
vastly increased image quality, with incredibly life like
colors and crisp detail.
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AC Power Cord
Connect to an AC power outlet.
SR3001 has to be powered by 120V AC only.
.
7.1 CHANNEL INPUT
By connecting a DVD Audio player, SACD
multichannel player, or other components that has a
multichannel port, you can playback the audio with
5.1 channel or 7.1 channel outputs.
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Speaker outputs terminals
Seven terminals are provided for the front left, front
right, front center, surround left, surround right, surround
back left and surround back right speakers.
Note:
You can use surround back speaker terminals as
S(Surround) SPEAKER B terminals, when you use no
surround back speaker.
⁄1
Subwoofer Output
Connect this jack to the line level input of a powered
subwoofer. If an external subwoofer amplifier is used,
connect this jack to the subwoofer amplifier input. If you
are using two subwoofers, either powered or with a 2
channel subwoofer amplifier, connect a “Y” connector
to the subwoofer output jack and run one cable from it
to each subwoofer amplifier.
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FUNCTION AND OPERATION
x
The provided remote control unit is a universal
remote controller. The POWER button, numeric
buttons and control buttons are used in common
across different input source components.
The input source controlled with the remote control
unit changes when one of the input selector buttons is pressed.
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POWER
TV
VCR1
TUNER
¤5
¤4
¤3
CD
TV
VOL.
DSS/VCR2
DVD
TAPE
CDR/MD
AUX1
AMP
SLEEP
MUTE
OSD
MAIN
VOL.
MENU
⁄4
SET UP/
T.TONE
,
MENU OFF
PURE DIRECT
AUTO
1
2
3
NIGHT
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
6
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7.1CH IN
7
8
9
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
CLEAR
DTS
0
CHANNEL/SKIP
BASS
INPUT/DISC+
v
b
n
m
ENTER
¤2
¤1
¤0
⁄9
⁄8
⁄7
⁄6
⁄5
c
TREBLE
.
⁄0
⁄1
TUNE/SEARCH
T-MODE
RDS
F.DIRECT
AUDIO
SUB-T/ATT
PTY
CH.SEL
LIP.SYNC
SYSTEM REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC5500SR
⁄2
⁄3
Transmitting indicator
Lights up during a button is pressed and an infrared signal is sending.
Input selector buttons/ FUNCTION
SELECTOR buttons
(AUDIO/VIDEO INPUT)
These buttons are used to select a Audio or Video
source component. Press one of these buttons
once to change the function of the remote control.
Press same button within 2 seconds, the input
function of the SR3001 is changed.
Audio function sources such as CD, TAPE, CDR/MD,
and TUNER may be selected in conjunction with a
Video source.
This feature (Sound Injection) combines a sound
from one source with a picture from another.
Choose the video source first, and then choose a
different audio source to activate this function.
Notes:
• CDR/MD button is set CDR function at initial. To
switch MD function, press and hold down CDR/
MD button and press 2 button.
• To return CDR function, press and hold down CDR/
MD button and press 1 button.
v
MAIN VOLUME UP (3) /DOWN (4)
buttons
Main volume control of the SR3001. The front,
surround, center and subwoofer channel volumes
controlled by these buttons simultaneously.
b
MUTE button
Muting button of the SR3001. Press this button
decrease the sound temporarily. Press this button
again to return to the previous sound.
When this button is pressed, “MUTE” indicator
lights up.
n
Cursor (1, 2, 3, 4) / OK buttons
(when AMP mode is selected)
Use these button when operating the SETUP MAIN
MENU.
(Main) POWER buttons
(when AMP mode is selected)
Press to switch the power of the SR3001 ON or
OFF after pressing the AMP button.
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m
MENU button
(when AMP mode is selected)
This button is used to enter the SETUP MAIN
MENU.
,
MENU OFF button
(when AMP mode is selected)
This button is used to exit from the SETUP MAIN
MENU.
.
Numeric buttons 1 to 9 / Surround
mode buttons
Numeric buttons
These buttons are used to enter figures in the selection of a tuner preset station and station name
preset or to set select a CD track number, etc. The
functions of these buttons are dependent on the
function button selected.
Surround mode buttons
(when AMP mode is selected)
These buttons are used to select the surround
mode.
⁄0
P.SCAN (Preset scan) / V(Video)OFF button
⁄3
When the input signal is too high and the voice
distorts even while adjusting the SR3001 VOLUME
control, turn on this function. “ATT” is illuminated
when this function is activated.
The input level is reduced. Attenuator is invalid for
the output signal of “REC OUT”.
Note:
This function is unavailable while the digital input is
selected.
⁄4
⁄5
TREBLE UP (3) /DOWN (4)
buttons
These buttons are used to adjust the tone control
of high frequency sound for left and right speaker.
⁄6
BASS UP (3) /DOWN (4) buttons
These buttons are used to adjust the tone control
of low frequency sound for left, right and subwoofer
speaker.
⁄7
(when AMP mode is selected)
This is used when switching the video signals from
the various monitor outputs to Video-Off mode.
⁄8
MEMO button
Memory enable button for various preset functions.
CLEAR button
This button is used to cancel for certain memory or
programming operations.
0 / A/D button
0 button
This button is used to enter the number “0”
A/D button (when AMP mode is selected)
This is used to switch between the analog and digital
inputs.
⁄2
INPUT/DISC+ / CH.SEL buttons
This button is used to enter the input level setup
menu.
(when TUNER mode is selected)
This button is used to start preset scan when
SR3001 is selected TUNER mode.
⁄1
SUB-T (Title) / ATT (attenuator)
button
ENGLISH
REMOTE CONTROL
OPERATION
CONTROL buttons
These buttons are used when operating the CD
player, TAPE deck, etc.
The function of these buttons are dependent on
the function button selected.
For the controllable functions of each input function,
please refer to controllable function table on the page
10.
⁄9
DISPLAY button
Selects the display mode for the front display of the
SR3001.
¤0
NIGHT button
Pressing this button prevents the Dolby Digital
signal from playback at a loud voice. This function
reduces the voice by 1/3 to 1/4 at maximum. Thus,
it eliminates the occurrence of an abruptly loud
voice at night. However, the function is valid only in
the case when the Dolby Digital signal is entered
into OPTICAL or COAXIAL and data to compress
the voice exists in the signal to be played back.
When this button is pressed, the “NIGHT” indicator
is illuminated.
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ENGLISH
¤1
PURE DIRECT button
When this button is pressed, the tone control circuit
is bypassed.
¤2
SETUP / T.TONE button
(when AMP mode is selected)
Used to enter the test tone menu.
¤3
OSD button
Note:
This button is unavailable for SR3001.
¤4
SLEEP (sleep timer) button
This button is used for setting the sleep timer. It
can be operated the same way as the button on the
unit.
PROGRAMMING THE REMOTE CONTROLLER
The remote controller RC5500SR must be
programmed to use the codes for your appliances
of different brands. This is done by keying in a 4-digit
code or by scanning the codes until the correct one is
found. We recommend to using the 4-digit code. This
mode is faster and more reliable. The code scanning
method should be used only if you cannot find the
code for one of your appliances. The codes are listed
at the end of this book.
Important:
• Use the remote control buttons for programming,
not the buttons of the receiver or other appliances.
• Some codes may be not match your equipment. In
this case, your equipment cannot be controlled with
this remote controller.
PROGRAMMING WITH THE 4-DIGIT CODE
¤5
TV VOLUME UP (3) /DOWN (4)
buttons
SCANNING THE CODE TABLE
OSD
4.
2.
4.
POWER
1.
TV
1.
VCR1
TUNER
CD
DSS/VCR2
TAPE
SET UP/
T.TONE
PURE DIRECT
1.
2.
3.
SLEEP
OSD
3
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
6
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7.1CH IN
7
8
9
CLEAR
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
BASS
TREBLE
NIGHT
DVD
CDR/MD
AMP
MUTE
MAIN
VOL.
2.
3.
DVD
TUNER
CD
TAPE
CDR/MD
AUX1
SLEEP
5.
6.
2.
6.
SET UP/
T.TONE
MUTE
3.
AUTO
1
2
3
NIGHT
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
6
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7.1CH IN
7
8
9
CLEAR
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
T-MODE
RDS
F.DIRECT
AUDIO
SUB-T/ATT
PTY
TREBLE
1.
Press the 4-digit code for appliance (code table
at the end of this book)
When the procedure is successful, the indicator
will blink twice.
VCR1
DSS/VCR2
DVD
TUNER
CD
TAPE
CDR/MD
TV
VOL.
OSD
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
3.
4.
AMP
SLEEP
MUTE
MENU
MAIN
VOL.
TUNER
CD
TAPE
CDR/MD
AUX1
SLEEP
OSD
1.
SET UP/
T.TONE
PURE DIRECT
NIGHT
DISPLAY
AMP
MUTE
MAIN
VOL.
2.
MENU
CLEAR
MENU OFF
DTS
AUTO
1
2
3
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
6
MCH-ST
STEREO
7.1CH IN
7
8
9
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
0
CHANNEL/SKIP
BASS
TREBLE
TUNE/SEARCH
1.
Press and hold down the any Function
Selector button and press SETUP button until
the indicator blinking twice.
2.
Press the code 9 - 8 - 1.
The indicator will blink twice.
Then, RC5500SR will return to the factory
preset code.
Note:
After this procedure, the selected function button is set
initial code and other function buttons are set initial
code too.
TV
ENTER
SET UP/
T.TONE
MENU OFF
DTS
PURE DIRECT
AUTO
1
2
3
NIGHT
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7
8
9
CLEAR
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
6
7.1CH IN
0
AUX1
DVD
Once you have found and the codes for your various appliances, you may want to write them down
here.
CHECKING THE CODE
TV
DSS/VCR2
TV
VOL.
TUNE/SEARCH
MENU
Press and hold down the Function Selector
button for the appliance which should be
controlled and press SETUP button until the
indicator blinks twice.
1.
0
Switch on the appliance which should be
controlled.
Press and hold down the Function Selector
button for appliance which should be controlled
and press SETUP button until the indicator
blinking twice.
Press the code 9 - 9 - 1.
The indicator will blink twice.
Aim the remote control at the appliance and
slowly alternate between pressing POWER
button and the Function Selector button for
the appliance.
Stop when the appliance turns off.
Press SETUP button once to lock in the code.
POWER
VCR1
CHANNEL/SKIP
BASS
MENU
TV
DTS
PURE DIRECT
AMP
MAIN
VOL.
MENU OFF
TUNE/SEARCH
Note:
If the indicator did not blink twice, then repeat steps 1
through 2 and try entering the same code again.
8
DSS/VCR2
CHANNEL/SKIP
INPUT/DISC+
2.
DTS
2
VCR1
0
AUX1
TV
VOL.
1.
MENU OFF
1
MENU
POWER
ENTER
TV
OSD
4.
AUTO
ENTER
POWER
TV
VOL.
ENTER
These buttons increase or decrease TV’s volume.
RESETTING THE ALL CODE
2.
CHANNEL/SKIP
BASS
TREBLE
T-MODE
TUNE/SEARCH
RDS
VCR
DSS
DVD
CD
F.DIRECT
Press and hold down the Function Selector
button for appliance which should be controlled
and press SETUP button until the indicator
blinking twice.
Press the code 9 - 9 - 0.
The indicator will blink twice.
To view the code for first digit, press 1 once.
Wait 3 seconds, count the indicator blinks (e.g.
3 blinks = 3) and write down the number.
Note:
If a code digit is “0”, the indicator will not blink.
Repeat step 3 three more times for remaining
digits. Use 2 for the second digit, 3 for the third
digit, and 4 for the fourth digit.
TAPE
CDR
MD
REMOTE CONTROL
The distance between the transmitter of the remote
control and the IR SENSOR of the SR3001 should be
less than 5 meters. If the remote control is pointed in
a direction other than the IR SENSOR or if there is an
obstacle between them, use of the remote control may
not be possible.
LOADING BATTERIES
The life of the batteries used with the remote control
is about 4 months with normal use. Also be sure to
replace batteries earlier when you notice that they are
getting weak.
1.
Remove the back cover.
GENERAL INFORMATION OF RC5500SR TO SR3001
To control the SR3001 by your RC5500SR, you have to select the device AMP or TUNER by pressing the
function selector button. Please refer below for the details in AMP and TUNER mode.
AMP MODE
POWER
TV
VCR1
DSS/VCR2
DVD
TUNER
CD
TAPE
CDR/MD
Remote-controllable range
TV
VOL.
AUX1
AMP
SLEEP
MUTE
MAIN
VOL.
SR3001
OSD
MENU
POWER
Function selector *
SLEEP *
MUTE *
VOL 34 *
MENU
Cursor
ENTER
ENTER
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SELEC
AV
TOR
SURRO
UND
RECEIV
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SR4500
PURE DIRECT
MENU OFF
AUTO
DTS
INPUT
p
Ap
SET UP/
T.TONE
INPUT
7.1CH
1
STANDBY
POWE
R
MULTI
ON/ST
ANDBY
SPEAK
2
3
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
ER
SURRO
MODE
UND
PHONE
S
PURE
DIREC
NIGHT
CSII
4
5
6
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7.1CH IN
7
8
9
CLEAR
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
T
SIMPL
SETUP
E
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
VOLUM
DISPL
ENTER
E
AY
MEMO
DOWN
CLEAR
EXIT
BAND
T-MOD
E
MUTE
UP
ATT
2.
Insert the new batteries (AAA type) with
correct
and
polarity.
60°
ENGLISH
OPERATION OF REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
0
CHANNEL/SKIP
BASS
TREBLE
TUNE/SEARCH
T-MODE
RDS
AUDIO
SUB-T/ATT
INPUT/DISC+
F.DIRECT
PTY
CH.SEL
LIP.SYNC
SYSTEM REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC5500SR
Remote control unit (RC5500SR)
SETUP/T.TONE
MENU OFF
PURE DIRECT *
NIGHT *
DISPLAY *
Surround mode (1-8)
7.1CH-IN (9)
A/D (0)
BASS 34 *
TREBLE 34 *
SUB-T/ATT
P.SCAN/V-OFF
CH. SEL
LIP.SYNC
Turns the SR3001 on and off
Selects a particular source component
Sets the sleep timer function
Decreases the sound temporarily
Adjusts the over all sound level
Enters the SETUP MENU
Moves the cursor for settings in the SETUP MENU
• Enters the SETUP MENU
• Confirms the settings in SETUP MENU
Enters the test tone mode for setting the Speaker Level Setup
Exits from the SETUP MENU
Selects the Pure Direct mode
Turns on or off the NIGHT mode
Change the front display mode
Selects the surround mode
Selects the 7.1CH IN
Switches between the analog and digital inputs
Adjusts the tone control of low frequency sound
Adjusts the tone control of high frequency sound
Reduces the input level
Turns on or off the Video output
Adjusts the input level
Selects the LIP. SYNC mode
* These buttons are used to control SR3001 in any function mode.
3.
Close the cover until it clicks.
TUNER MODE
POWER
TV
VCR1
DSS/VCR2
DVD
TUNER
CD
TAPE
CDR/MD
TV
VOL.
AUX1
AMP
SLEEP
MUTE
OSD
MAIN
VOL.
MENU
ENTER
SET UP/
T.TONE
MENU OFF
DTS
PURE DIRECT
AUTO
1
2
3
NIGHT
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
6
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7.1CH IN
7
8
9
CLEAR
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
0
CHANNEL/SKIP
BASS
INPUT/DISC+
TREBLE
TUNE/SEARCH
T-MODE
RDS
AUDIO
SUB-T/ATT
CH.SEL
F.DIRECT
PTY
LIP.SYNC
SYSTEM REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC5500SR
TUNER
0-9
CLEAR
MEMO
P.SCAN/V-OFF
CHANNEL/SKIP
4/¢
TUNE/SEARCH
5/6
T-MODE 1 2
RDS ;
F.DIRECT 2
PTY 9
Selects a frequency band
Inputs the numeric #s
Clears the inputting
Enters the tuner preset memory numbers
Starts preset scan
• Selects a preset station
• Changes a PTY type *
Tunes a station
Selects the auto stereo mode or mono mode
Selects the display mode in RDS *
Selects the “Frequency direct input”
Displays the programmed information of the current station *
* : European model only
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ENGLISH
THE CONTRABLE FUNCTION TABLE
TV
VCR
DVD
DSS
CD
TAPE
CDR
MD
POWER
CALL UP
MENU
Cursor
OK
POWER
CALL UP
MENU
Cursor
OK
POWER
CALL UP
MENU
Cursor
OK
POWER
SWITCH
DISPLAY
–
–
POWER
SWITCH
DISPLAY
–
–
POWER
SWITCH
DISPLAY
–
–
POWER
SWITCH
DISPLAY
–
–
SETUP/T.TONE
–
–
POWER
CALL UP
MENU
Cursor
OK
SETUP
MENU
–
–
–
–
–
MENU OFF
–
–
–
–
–
INPUT
NUMERIC
INPUT
CLEAR
CALL
PROGRAM
PREV
NEXT
REWIND
FF
–
–
PAUSE
PLAY
DISC+
–
STOP
–
INPUT
NUMERIC
INPUT
CLEAR
CALL
PROGRAM
PREV
NEXT
REWIND
FF
REC
DIRECTION
PAUSE
PLAY
–
–
STOP
–
INPUT
NUMERIC
INPUT
CLEAR
CALL
PROGRAM
PREV
NEXT
REWIND
FF
REC
–
PAUSE
PLAY
DISC+
–
STOP
–
INPUT
NUMERIC
INPUT
CLEAR
CALL
PROGRAM
PREV
NEXT
REWIND
FF
REC
–
PAUSE
PLAY
–
–
STOP
–
POWER
POWER
TV
VCR1
DSS/VCR2
DVD
TUNER
CD
TAPE
CDR/MD
TV
VOL.
AUX1
AMP
SLEEP
MUTE
OSD
MAIN
VOL.
MENU
Cursor
ENTER
MENU
ENTER
SET UP/
T.TONE
MENU OFF
DTS
PURE DIRECT
AUTO
1
2
3
NIGHT
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
6
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7
8
9
CLEAR
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
7.1CH IN
0-9
0
CHANNEL/SKIP
BASS
INPUT/DISC+
TREBLE
TUNE/SEARCH
T-MODE
RDS
AUDIO
SUB-T/ATT
CH.SEL
CLEAR
–
–
CH–
CH+
–
–
–
–
–
–
INPUT SEL.
–
–
–
PREV
NEXT
REWIND
FF
REC
–
PAUSE
PLAY
TV/VCR
AUDIO
STOP
–
F.DIRECT
PTY
MEMO
LIP.SYNC
SYSTEM REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC5500SR
CHANNEL/SKIP 4
CHANNEL/SKIP ¢
TUNE/SEARCH 5
TUNE/SEARCH 6
0 (REC)
T-MODE 1 2
RDS ;
F.DIRECT 2
INPUT/DISC+
AUDIO
PTY 9
SUB-T/ATT
10
INPUT
NUMERIC
INPUT
CLEAR
CANCEL
MENU
INPUT
NUMERIC
TAPE
SPEED
–
INPUT
NUMERIC
INPUT
CLEAR
CALL
PROGRAM
PREV
NEXT
REWIND
FF
–
–
PAUSE
PLAY
DISC+
AUDIO
STOP
SUBTITLE
CANCEL
MENU
INPUT
NUMERIC
INPUT
CLEAR
–
CH–
CH+
–
–
–
–
–
–
TV/DSS
AUDIO
–
–
SPEAKER PLACEMENT
The ideal surround speaker system for this unit
is 7-speaker systems, using front left and right
speakers, a center speaker, surround left and right
speakers, surround back left and right speakers, and
a subwoofer.
For best results we recommend that all front speakers
be of the same type, with identical or similar driver units.
This will deliver smooth pans across the front sound
stage as the action moves from side to side.
Your center channel speaker is very important as
over 80 % of the dialog from a typical motion picture
emanates from the center channel.
It should possess similar sonic characteristics to the
main speakers. Surround channel speakers need not
be identical to the front channel speakers, but they
should be of high quality.
The surround center speaker is useful for playback
of Dolby Digital Surround EX or DTS-ES. One of
the benefits of both Dolby Digital and DTS is that
surround channels are discrete full range, while they
were frequency limited in earlier “Pro Logic” type
systems.
Bass effects are an important part of home theater.
For optimal enjoyment a subwoofer should be used
as it is optimized for low frequency reproduction. If
you have full range front speakers, however, they
may be used in place of a subwoofer with proper
setting of the switches in the menu system.
Surround
Back Left
Surround Left
Surround left and right speakers
When the SR3001 is used in surround operation,
the preferred location for surround speakers is on
the side walls of the room, at or slightly behind the
listening position.
The center of the speaker should face into the room.
INVERT
OUTPUT
MAX
EXT. CONT. IN
VIDEO/
+5~13V DC
REMOTE CONT.
SYSTEM OUT
OUT
IN
SPEAKER SYSTEM
MINIMUM 4 OHMS
RC-5
AM
IN
OUT
DSS / VCR2
IN
OUT
VCR1
DVD
TV
MONITOR
L
IN
SL
Y
OUT
VCR1
C
DVD
SBL
IN
MONITOR
OUT
L
CB/
PB
R
CR/
PR
IN
CD
OUT
TAPE
IN
OUT
CDR/MD
IN
OUT
DSS / VCR2
IN
OUT
VCR1
R
DVD
TV
SR
SW
7.1CH INPUT
SBR
1
R
Surround left and right speakers, and surround
back speaker
Place the surround left, right and surround back
speakers higher than your ears by about 70cm – 1m.
Also place the speakers at the same height, as best
as possible.
3
DIGITAL INPUT
L
FRONT
SUBWOOFER
OUT
2
R
L
SURROUND BACK
S. SPEAKER B
R
MODEL NO. SR3001
DVD
AUDIO
Front left and right speakers, and a center speaker
Align the tweeters and mid-range drivers on the
three front speakers at the same height, as best as
possible.
AC IN
SVIDEO
VIDEO
GND
ANTENNA
HEIGHT OF THE SPEAKER UNITS
DSS / VCR 2
MONITOR
COMPONENT VIDEO
L
SURROUND
CENTER
SPEAKER SYSTEMS 6 - 8 OHMS
Surround
BACK Right
Surround
BACK Left
Center
CONNECTING SPEAKER WIRE
1.
Strip away approx. 3/8 inch (10 mm) of wire
insulation.
2.
Twist the bared wire ends tight, to prevent short
circuits.
3.
4.
Loosen the knob by turning it counterclockwise.
5.
Tighten the knob by turning it clockwise to
secure the wire.
22°
30°
Front Right
Front left and right speakers
We recommend to set the front L and R speakers
with 45-60 degrees from the listening position.
BTL
Right
F US E
Subwoofer
We recommend using a subwoofer to have maximum
bass effect. Subwoofer bears only low frequency range
so you can place it any where in the room.
0°
Back Right
INPUT
LEVEL
Surround
Left
Left
Right
MASTER SLAVE
FM (75Ω)
Front Center
150°
INPUT
Front
Passive
subwoofer
Power
Amplifier
or
MIN
Front Left
135°
Right
Surround 110° Surround
90°
Powered
subwoofer
Surround back left and right speakers
Surround back speakers are required when a full 7.1channel system is installed.
Speakers should be placed on a rear wall, behind the
listening position.
The center of the speaker should face into the room.
70cm
1m
Subwoofer
CONNECTING SPEAKERS
ENGLISH
CONNECTIONS
1.
2.
3/8 inch (10 mm)
3.
4.
5.
Insert the bare part of the wire into the hole in
side of each terminal.
Note:
Use magnetically-shielded speakers for front left, right
and the center speakers when the speakers are installed
near the TV and the TV is a monitor type.
Center speaker
Align the front line of the center speaker with the front
L/R speakers. Or place the center speaker a little
backward from the line.
11
CONNECTING AUDIO COMPONENTS
CD recorder / MD deck
Tape Deck
CD player
OUT
L
DIGITAL
OUTPUT
OUT IN
R
DIGITAL
OUTPUT
L
L
R
R
OUT IN
L
L
R
R
L R
R L
L R
L R
L R
Analog Audio
R L
L R L R
L R
ENGLISH
Caution:
• Be sure to use speakers with the specified impedance as
shown on the rear panel of this unit.
• To prevent damage to circuitry, do not let the bare
speaker wires touch each other and do not let them
touch any metal part of this unit.
• Do not touch the speaker terminals when the power is on.
It may cause you to receive an electric shocks.
• Do not connect more than one speaker cable to one
speaker terminal. Doing so may damage this unit.
Digital Audio (coaxial)
RC-5
GND
AM
IN
OUT
DSS / VCR2
ANTENNA
Note:
Be sure to connect the positive and negative cables for
the speaker properly. If they are miss-connected, the
signal phase will be reversed and the signal quality
will be corrupted.
IN
OUT
VCR1
Use the PRE OUT SUBWOOFER jack to connect a
powered subwoofer (power amplifier built in ).
If your subwoofer is a passive type (power amplifier
is not built in), connect a monaural power amplifier to
the PRE OUT SUBWOOFER jack and connect the
subwoofer to the amplifier.
TV
Y
IN
OUT
VCR1
SL
C
DVD
SBL
IN
MONITOR
OUT
L
CB/
PB
CR/
PR
IN
CD
OUT
TAPE
IN
OUT
CDR/MD
IN
OUT
DSS / VCR2
IN
OUT
VCR1
R
DVD
TV
SR
SW
7.1CH INPUT
1
SBR
R
SUBWOOFER
OUT
R L
Caution:
Do not connect this unit and other components to mains
power until all connections between components have
been completed.
Notes:
• Insert all plugs and connectors securely. Incomplete
connections may make noise.
• Be sure to connect the left and right channels
properly.
Red connectors are for the R (right) channel, and
white connectors are for the L (left) channel.
• Be sure to connect input and output properly.
• Refer to the instructions for each component that is
connected to this unit.
• Do not bind audio/video connection cables with
power cords and speaker cables this will result in
generating a hum or other noise.
2
DIGITAL INPUT
L
R
L
SURROUND BACK
S. SPEAKER B
R
MODEL NO. SR3001
Digital Audio (optical)
3
DVD
AUDIO
The output audio signal from the TAPE OUT jack and
the CD-R/MD OUT jack is the same signal which is
currently selected.
12
DVD
MONITOR
L
R
FRONT
CONNECTING A SUBWOOFER
AC IN
SVIDEO
VIDEO
FM (75Ω)
DSS / VCR 2
MONITOR
COMPONENT VIDEO
L
SURROUND
CENTER
SPEAKER SYSTEMS 6 - 8 OHMS
R L
CONNECTING DIGITAL AUDIO COMPONENTS
• There are 3 digital inputs, 2 coaxial jacks and
1 optical jack, on the rear panel. You can use
these jacks to input PCM, Dolby Digital and DTS
bitstream signals from a CD, DVD, or other digital
source components.
• Refer to the instructions for each component. To
setup the digital audio format of DVD player, or
other digital source’s connected to digital input
jacks.
• Use fiber optical cables (optical) for DIG-1 input
jacks. Use 75 ohms coaxial cables (for digital audio
or video) for DIG-2, 3 input jacks.
• You can designate the input for each digital input
jacks according to your component. See page 17.
Notes:
• There is no Dolby Digital RF input jack. Please use
an external RF demodulator Dolby Digital decoder
when connecting the Dolby Digital RF output jack
of the video disc player to the digital input jack.
• The digital signal jacks on this unit conform to
the EIA standard. If you use a cable that does not
conform to this standard, this unit may not function
properly.
• Each type of audio jack works independently.
Signals input through the digital and analog jacks are
output through the corresponding digital and analog
jacks, respectively.
ENGLISH
VIDEO, S-VIDEO , COMPONENT JACKS
CONNECTING VIDEO COMPONENTS
There are 3 types of video jacks on the rear panel.
S-VIDEO
IN
S-VIDEO DIGITAL COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
OUT
OUT
VIDEO AUDIO
OUT
OUT
Satellite Tuner
VIDEO PROJECTOR
DVD player
Y
AUDIO
OUT
COMPONENT
VIDEO IN
Y
C B / PB C R / PR
VIDEO jack
The video signal for the VIDEO jacks is the
conventional composite video signal.
VIDEO
OUT
S-VIDEO jack
The video signal is separated into luminance (Y) and
color (C) signals for the S-VIDEO jack. The S-VIDEO
signals enables high-quality color reproduction. If
your video component has an S-VIDEO output, we
recommend to use it. Connect the S-VIDEO output
jack on your video component to the S-VIDEO input
jack on this unit.
DIGITAL
OUT
CB / PB CR / PR
L R
L R
L
L
R
L
R
Component jack
Make component video connections to a TV or
monitor with component inputs to produce higher
quality video images. Use a component video cable
or 3 video cords to connect the component video out
jacks on the SR3001 to the monitor.
L R
R
VIDEO
SVIDEO
RC-5
FM (75Ω)
SVIDEO
VIDEO
M
IN
OUT
IN
DSS / VCR2
OUT
VCR1
DVD
TV
MONITOR
L
GND
AM
IN
OUT
DSS / VCR2
ANTENNA
IN
OUT
VCR1
DVD
TV
OUT
VCR1
DVD
TV
MONITOR
L
IN
SL
OUT
VCR1
C
DVD
SBL
IN
MONITOR
Y
IN
OUT
VCR1
SL
C
DVD
SBL
IN
MONITOR
OUT
L
CB/
PB
CR/
PR
R
IN
CD
OUT
TAPE
IN
OUT
CDR/MD
OUT
IN
DSS / VCR2
IN
R
SR
SW
7.1CH INPUT
SBR
1
DIGITAL
AUDIO
T
IN
OUT
CDR/MD
IN
IN
OUT
DSS / VCR2
OUT
VCR1
R
DVD
TV
SR
SW
7.1CH INPUT
SBR
1
2
3
DVD
AUDIO
DIGITAL INPUT
DSS / VCR 2
MONITOR
COMPONENT VIDEO
R
R
L
R
L
R
L
FRONT
SUBWOOFER
OUT
FRONT
SUBWOOFER
OUT
SURROUND BACK
S. SPEAKER B
R
L
R
L
L
SURROUND
SURROUND BACK
S. SPEAKER B
SURROUND
CENTER
SPEAKER SYSTEMS 6 - 8 OHMS
CENTER
SPEAKER SYSTEMS 6 - 8 OHMS
L R
L R
Video
L R
S-Video
L R
L R
Analog Audio
L R
L R
AUDIO
OUT
VIDEO
OUT IN
AUDIO
OUT
AUDIO
IN
L R
L R
S-VIDEO
OUT IN
VIDEO
OUT
VIDEO S-VIDEO
IN
IN
Digital Audio
(coaxial)
L R
Notes:
• Be sure to connect the left and right audio channels
properly.
Red connectors are for the R (right) channel, and
white connectors are the for L (left) channel.
• Be sure to connect the inputs and outputs of the
video signals properly.
• If you connect the S-VIDEO or component signal
to the S-VIDEO or component jack on this unit, it
is not necessary to connect the conventional video
signal to the VIDEO (composite) jack. If you use
both video inputs, this unit gives priority to the SVIDEO signal.
• Each type of video jack works independently.
Signals input to the VIDEO (composite) and SVIDEO jacks or component are output to the
corresponding VIDEO (composite) and S-VIDEO
or component jacks, respectively.
• You may need to setup the digital audio output
format of your DVD player, or other digital source
components. Refer to the instructions of the each
component connected to the digital input jacks.
• There is no Dolby Digital RF input jack. Please use
an external RF demodulator with a Dolby Digital
decoder to connect a video disc player which has a
Dolby Digital RF output jack to the digital input jack
on this unit.
Digital Audio
(optical)
TV
VCR
13
ENGLISH
ADVANCED CONNECTING
CONNECTING THE REMOTE CONTROL JACKS
2
VIDEO
FM (75Ω)
GND
AM
IN
OUT
DSS / VCR2
ANTENNA
RC-5
S
V
IN
OUT
VCR1
DVD
TV
MONITOR
L
IN
SL
OUT
VCR1
C
DVD
SBL
RC OUT
SVIDEO
MONITOR
MONITOR
L
TV
IN
SL
Y
OUT
VCR1
C
DVD
SBL
IN
MONITOR
OUT
OPTION
L
CB/
PB
R
CR/
PR
IN
CD
OUT
TAPE
IN
OUT
CDR/MD
IN
OUT
DSS / VCR2
IN
OUT
VCR1
R
DVD
TV
SR
SW
7.1CH INPUT
R
SBR
TV
SR
SW
7.1CH INPUT
SBR
1
R
L
R
L
R
DVD
L
SURROUND BACK
S. SPEAKER B
R
DSS / VCR 2
MONITOR
COMPONENT VIDEO
L
L
RROUND BACK
. SPEAKER B
FRONT
SUBWOOFER
OUT
3
DIGITAL INPUT
AUDIO
R
2
MODEL NO. SR
SR3001
SURROUND
CENTER
SURROUND
CENTER
8 OHMS
SPEAKER SYSTEMS 6 - 8 OHMS
L R
L R
1
R L
REMOTE
CONTROL
CD recorder
IN
REMOTE
CONTROL
IN
OUT
L R
REMOTE
CONTROL
CD player
IN
OUT
EXTERNAL INTERNAL
L R
MD deck
OUT
EXTERNAL INTERNAL
EXTERNAL INTERNAL
L R
CENTER
L
R
FRONT SURR.
SUB
WOOFER
SURR.
BACK
CONNECTING MULTI CHANNEL AUDIO SOURCE
The 7.1CH INPUT jacks are for multichannel audio
source such as a SACD multichannel player, DVD
audio player or external decoder.
If you use these jacks, switch on the 7.1CH INPUT
and set the 7.1CH INPUT level by using the 7.1
channel input level menu. See page 29.
DVD Audio player
or
SACD Multi channel player
q
You can control other Marantz products through
this unit with the remote control by connecting the
REMOTE CONTROL terminals on each unit.
The signal transmitted from the remote control is
received by the remote sensor on this unit. Then the
signal is sent to the connected device through this
terminal. Therefore you only need to aim the remote
at one unit. Also, if a Marantz power amplifier (some
models excluded) is connected to one of these
terminals, the power amplifier’s, power switch is
synchronized with this unit’s power switch.
w
Whenever external infrared sensors or similar
devices are connected to RC-5 IN of the SR3001,
be sure to always disable operation of the infrared
sensor on the main unit by using the following
procedure.
Set the REMOTE CONTROL SWITCH on the units,
other than the main unit to EXT.(EXTERNAL) for this
feature.
1.
Hold down the 7.1CH INPUT button and
MENU button on the front panel at the same
time for five seconds.
2.
The setting “IR=ENABLE” is shown on the FL
DISPLAY.
3.
Press the 1 or 2 cursor button to change this to
“IR=DISABLE”.
4.
Press the ENTER button. Once this setting is
made, the infrared sensor on the main unit is
disabled.
Note:
Be sure to set to “IR=ENABLE” when external
infrared sensors or similar devices are not connected.
Otherwise, the main unit will be unable to receive
remote control commands.
5.
14
To restore the original setting, perform steps 1
to 4 to set to “IR=ENABLE”.
AM Loop
Antenna
FM External
Antenna
FM
Antenna
RC-5
GND
AM
IN
OUT
DSS / VCR2
ANTENNA
AC IN
SVIDEO
VIDEO
FM (75Ω)
IN
OUT
VCR1
DVD
TV
MONITOR
L
Y
IN
OUT
VCR1
SL
C
DVD
SBL
IN
MONITOR
OUT
L
CB/
PB
R
CR/
PR
IN
CD
OUT
TAPE
IN
OUT
CDR/MD
IN
OUT
DSS / VCR2
IN
OUT
VCR1
R
DVD
TV
SR
SW
7.1CH INPUT
SBR
1
SUBWOOFER
OUT
DIGITAL INPUT
L
FRONT
2
R
L
SURROUND BACK
S. SPEAKER B
R
MODEL NO. SR3001
3
DVD
AUDIO
R
Connecting the supplied FM antenna
The supplied FM antenna is for indoor use only.
During use, extend the antenna and move it in various
directions until the clearest signal is received.
Fix it with push pins or similar implements in the
position that will cause the least amount of distortion.
If you experience poor reception quality, an outdoor
antenna may improve the quality.
AM External
Antenna
DSS / VCR 2
MONITOR
COMPONENT VIDEO
L
SURROUND
CENTER
SPEAKER SYSTEMS 6 - 8 OHMS
ENGLISH
CONNECTING THE SUPPLIED ANTENNAS
CONNECTING THE ANTENNA TERMINALS
Connecting the supplied AM loop antenna
The supplied AM loop antenna is for indoor use only.
Set it in the direction and position it to where you
receive the clearest sound. Put it as far away as
possible from the unit, televisions, speaker cables,
and power cords.
If you experience poor reception quality, an outdoor
antenna may improve the quality.
1.
Press and hold down the lever of the AM antenna
terminal.
2.
3.
Insert the bare wire into the antenna terminal.
Release the lever.
CONNECTING AN FM OUTDOOR ANTENNA
ASSEMBLING THE AM LOOP ANTENNA
1.
Release the vinyl tie and take out the connection
line.
2.
Bend the base part in the reverse direction.
4.
Place the antenna on stable surface.
Notes:
• Keep the antenna away from noise sources (neon
signs, busy roads, etc.).
• Do not put the antenna close to power lines. Keep it
well away from power lines, transformers, etc.
• To avoid the risk of lightning and electrical shock,
grounding is necessary.
CONNECTING AN AM OUTDOOR ANTENNA
An outdoor antenna will be more effective if it is
stretched horizontally above a window or outside.
Notes:
• Do not remove the AM loop antenna.
• To avoid the risk of lightning and electrical shock,
grounding is necessary.
3.
Insert the hook at the bottom of the loop part
into the slot at the base part.
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ENGLISH
MENU STRUCTURE
SETUP
SIMPLE SETUP
After all components are connected, initial setup
must be performed.
SETUP MENU SYSTEM
The SR3001 incorporates an menu on the front display,
which makes various operations possible by using the
cursor (3, 4, 1, 2) and ENTER buttons.
2. SPEAKER
ENTER THE DESIRED MENU ITEM OF THE
SETUP MENU
4.
→2.0(2ch)→2.1(2.1ch)→ … →7.0(7ch)→7.1(7.1ch)→
→LARGE→MEDIUM→SMALL→
Initial state
SETUP MENU
1. INPUT
3. 5.
SPEAKERS
ROOM
CD
TAPE
CD-R
TV
DVD
VCR1
DSS
D3-AUTO
ANALOG
ANALOG
ANALOG
D2-AUTO
ANALOG
D1-AUTO
2-1. SPEAKERS SIZE setup
SUBW
L&R
CENT
SL&SR
SB
SB SIZE
LPF/HPF
5.
D1 AUTO / D2 AUTO /D3 AUTO
(Digital AUTO mode)
DIG.1 / DIG.2 / DIG.3 (Digital Fixed mode)
ANALOG
(Subwoofer)
(Front Left & Right)
(Center)
(Surround Left & Right)
(Surround Back)
(Surround Back Size)
(Low/High Pass Filter)
AV SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
→YES→NONE→
→LARGE→SMALL→
→SMALL→LARGE→NONE→
→SMALL→LARGE→NONE→
→1CH→2CH→NONE→
→SMALL→LARGE→
→80→100→120→
YES
LARGE
SMALL
SMALL
2CH
SMALL
100Hz
→0.3m(1ft)→…→9.0m(30ft)
→0.3m(1ft)→…→9.0m(30ft)
→0.3m(1ft)→…→9.0m(30ft)
→0.3m(1ft)→…→9.0m(30ft)
→0.3m(1ft)→…→9.0m(30ft)
→0.3m(1ft)→…→9.0m(30ft)
→0.3m(1ft)→…→9.0m(30ft)
→0.3m(1ft)→…→9.0m(30ft)
3.0m(10ft)
3.0m(10ft)
3.0m(10ft)
3.0m(10ft)
3.0m(10ft)
3.0m(10ft)
3.0m(10ft)
3.0m(10ft)
INPUT SELECTOR
DISP
MULTI
SLEEP
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
MTX 6.1
PEAK
ATT
EQ
ANALOG
DIGITAL
SURROUND
DIGITAL
L
SL
SURROUND
MODE
7.1CH INPUT
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
2-2. SPEAKERS DISTANCE setup
SR
DISPLAY
MEMORY
EXIT
BAND
L
R
C
SL
SR
SW
SBL
SBR
ENTER
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
PHONES
TV
VOL.
AUX1
AMP
SLEEP
MUTE
OSD
MAIN
MAIN
VOL.
ENTER
SET UP/
T.TONE
PURE DIRECT
MENU OFF
AUTO
1
DTS
2
2.
EXIT
3
Turn on the unit.
Press the AMP button of the remote control.
Press the MENU button or the ENTER button of
the remote control to enter the SETUP MENU.
4.
Press the 3 or 4 cursor button to select the
SETUP MENU item.
5.
Press the ENTER button or the MENU button
to enter the desired menu item.
3. PREFERENCE
4. SURROUND
After finishing all setup, press the MENU OFF button
to exit the SETUP MENU.
5. DOLBY PLII
6. CSII
16
(Front L)
(Front R)
(Center)
(Surround L)
(Surround R)
(Subwoofer)
(Surround back L)
(Surround back R)
2-3. SPEAKERS LEVEL setup
3. 5.
3. 5.
MENU
4.
1.
2.
3.
S
S. SPEAKER B
STANDBY
POWER ON/OFF
R
C
LFE
AAC PCM
T-MODE
L
CENT
R
SR
SBR
SBL
SL
SUBW
(Test Tone)
(Front L-ch Level)
(Center-ch Level)
(Front R-ch Level)
(Surround R-ch Level)
(Surround Back R-ch Level)
(Surround Back L-ch Level)
(Surround L-ch Level)
(Subwoofer Level)
→MANUAL→AUTO→
→-10→…→0→…→+10
→-10→…→0→…→+10
→-10→…→0→…→+10
→-10→…→0→…→+10
→-10→…→0→…→+10
→-10→…→0→…→+10
→-10→…→0→…→+10
→-15→…→0→…→+10
MANUAL
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
STBY
BASS
7.1-V
(Standby Mode)
(Bass Mix)
(7.1ch Video Input)
→NOMAL→ECONOMY→
→BOTH→MIX→
→LAST→TV→DVD→…→V–OFF→
ECONOMY
BOTH
LAST
SR
HT-EQ
LFE
(Surround Mode)
(LFE Level)
→…→AUTO→…→STEREO→… AUTO
→OFF→ON→(∗)
OFF
→0→-10→OFF→(∗)
0dB
PARAM
(Parameter)
PANORAMA
DIMENSION
C-WIDTH
(Center Width)
→DEFAULT→CUSTOM→
→OFF→ON→
→0→1→2→3→4→5→6→
→0→1→2→3→4→5→6→7→
DEFAULT
OFF
3
3
TRUBASS
SRS DIALOG
→0→1→2→3→4→5→6→
→0→1→2→3→4→5→6→
0
0
MENU STRUCTURE of Simple Setup
You can setup the speaker conditions quickly with
SIMPLE SETUP menu. In this menu, the number
of speakers and speaker delay time can be set.
These settings can be changed more detail in “2.
SPEAKER” setup menu.
Press the SIMPLE SETUP button on the unit to enter
this menu.
SIMPLE SETUP
2.0 (ch)
SPEAKERS
2.1 (ch)
3.0 (ch)
3.1 (ch)
1. 2. 4. 3. 5.
4.0 (ch)
SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
DISP
SLEEP
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
MTX 6.1
PEAK
ATT
EQ
ANALOG
DIGITAL
SURROUND
4.1 (ch)
DIGITAL
L
R
C
LFE
AAC PCM
SL
S
SR
DOWN
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
DISPLAY
MEMORY
CLEAR
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
S. SPEAKER B
5.0 (ch)
MUTE
ENTER
PHONES
The relation of the speakers number and
conectted speaker
Front
Front Surround Surround
L/R
Back L/R
CHANNEL
L/R
Center
(S)
(SB)
(F)
(C)
7.1 ch
LARGE SMALL SMALL
2ch
7.0 ch
LARGE SMALL SMALL
2ch
6.1 ch
LARGE SMALL SMALL
1ch
6.0 ch
LARGE SMALL SMALL
1ch
5.1 ch
LARGE SMALL SMALL NONE
5.0 ch
LARGE SMALL SMALL NONE
4.1 ch
LARGE NONE SMALL NONE
4.0 ch
LARGE NONE SMALL NONE
3.1 ch
LARGE SMALL NONE NONE
3.0 ch
LARGE SMALL NONE NONE
2.1 ch
LARGE NONE NONE NONE
2.0 ch
LARGE NONE NONE NONE
Sub
woofer
(SW)
YES
NONE
YES
NONE
YES
NONE
YES
NONE
YES
NONE
YES
NONE
5.1 (ch)
6.0 (ch)
1.
Press the SIMPLE SETUP button on the unit to
enter the “SPEAKERS” menu.
6.1 (ch)
2.
Press 1 or 2 cursor button to select the speaker
number.
7.0 (ch)
3.
Press the 4 cursor button to enter the “ROOM”
menu.
4.
Press 1 or 2 cursor button to select the room
size.
5.
After finishing all setup, press the 4 cursor
button to exit the SIMPLE SETUP menu.
7.1 (ch)
ROOM
LARGE
MEDIUM
Note:
All Simple Setup menu is reset when the speaker
setting is changed with Speaker Setup menu.
SMALL
D
SL
SBL
(S)
FL
(F)
(SW)
(C)
C
SBR
(S)
SR
(F)
Four digital inputs can be assigned as the desired
source.
Use this menu to select the digital input jack to be
assigned to the input source.
The Input Setup consists of 6 items, which are as
below.
• D1AUTO to D3AUTO : Digital AUTO mode
If the input signal from the selected source is digital
signal, this unit chooses a digital input automatically.
• DIG.1 to DIG.3 : Digital FIXED mode
The SR3001 chooses a digital input regardless of a
input signal from the selected source.
• ANA : Analog mode
Use this menu to select the digital input jack to be
assigned to the input source.
1. 3. 5.
The relation of the room size and floor space is a
roughly standard.
SW
TV
W
2. 5.
D RECEIVER SR3001
DISP
MULTI
SLEEP
AUTO
TUNED
AUTO SURR
ST
DIRECT
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
PEAK
ATT
MTX 6.1
ANALOG
DIGITAL
EQ
SURROUND
DIGITAL
L
R
C
LFE
AAC PCM
SL
S
SR
DO
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
DISPLAY
MEMORY
CLEAR
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
EAKER
ENTER
ES
4. 5.
TV
VOL.
SLEEP
MUTE
OSD
MAIN
VOL.
MENU
1. 3. 5.
ENTER
SET UP/
T.TONE
AUTO
MENU OFF
DTS
2. 5.
1.
Select “1.INPUT” in SETUP MENU with the 3
or 4 cursor button.
2.
3.
Press the ENTER button to enter the menu.
4.
FR
4. 5.
PURE DIRECT
(SB)
(SB)
The relation of the room size and floor space
Floor Width Depth
SIZE space
Imaging Distance
(W)
(D)
Front (F)
6 ft. (1.8 m)
Center (C)
5 ft. (1.5 m)
SMALL 10 m2 2.7 m 3.6 m Surround (S) 4 ft. (1.2 m)
Surr. Back (SB) 5 ft. (1.5 m)
Sub Woofer (SW) 5 ft. (1.5 m)
Front (F)
7 ft. (2.1 m)
Center (C)
6 ft. (1.8 m)
MEDIUM 16 m2 3.6 m 4.5 m Surround (S) 5 ft. (1.5 m)
Surr. Back (SB) 7 ft. (2.1 m)
Sub Woofer (SW) 6 ft. (1.8 m)
Front (F)
9 ft. (2.7 m)
Center (C)
8 ft. (2.4 m)
LARGE 24 m2 4.5 m 5.4 m Surround (S) 7 ft. (2.1 m)
Surr. Back (SB) 8 ft. (2.4 m)
Sub Woofer (SW) 8 ft. (2.4 m)
1. INPUT SETUP
(ASSIGNABLE DIGITAL INPUT)
ENGLISH
SIMPLE SETUP
Press the 3 or 4 cursor button to select the input
source.
Press 1 or 2 cursor button to select the input
function.
Select “DxAUTO”, “DIG.x” or “ANA” for input
sources.
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ENGLISH
5.
If you finish these setup, press the 3 or 4
cursor button to select “TO MAIN MENU” then
press the ENTER button to return the SETUP
MENU.
1. 3. 5.
MENU STRUCTURE of Speakers Size setup
4. 5.
2. 5.
Speakers
Size
SUBW
YES
D RECEIVER SR3001
Or press the 1 or 2 cursor button to select
“EXIT” then press the ENTER button to exit the
SETUP MENU.
DISP
MULTI
SLEEP
AUTO
TUNED
AUTO SURR
ST
DIRECT
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
PEAK
ATT
MTX 6.1
ANALOG
DIGITAL
EQ
2-1. SPEAKERS SIZE
setup
SURROUND
DIGITAL
L
R
C
Select when a subwoofer is connected.
LFE
AAC PCM
SL
S
SR
DO
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
DISPLAY
MEMORY
CLEAR
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
EAKER
NONE
Select when a subwoofer is not connected.
LARGE
Select if the front speakers are large sized.
SMALL
Select if the front speakers are small sized.
SMALL
Select if the center speaker is small sized.
LARGE
Select if the center speaker is large sized.
NONE
Select if no center speaker is connected.
SMALL
Select if the surround left and right speakers are small sized.
LARGE
Select if the surround left and right speakers are large sized.
NONE
Select if no surround left and right speakers are connected.
ENTER
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
ES
Notes:
• When a DTS-LD or DTS-CD is playing, this setup is
not available. This is to avoid noise being generated
from the analog input.
• If “Dx-AUTO” is selected and a DVD, compact disc
or LD is fast forwarded during playback, decoded
signals may produce a skipping sound. In such cases,
change the setting to DIGITAL.
• Same digital input function cannot be set. In this
case, the previous setting is set to ANALOG.
Same digital input number cannot be set in Digital
AUTO mode and Digital Fixed mode. For example,
D1AUTO and DIG.1 are not set at same time.
• The TUNER is fixed to the analog input, and can not
be selected for any digital input.
2. SPEAKER SETUP
After you have installed the SR3001, connected all
the components, and determined the speaker layout,
it is now time to perform the settings in the Speaker
Setup menu for the optimum sound acoustics for your
environment and speaker layout.
Before you perform the following settings, it is
important that you first determine the following
characteristics:
2-1. SPEAKERS SIZE
When setting the speaker size in the SPEAKER
SIZE sub-menu, use the guidelines given below.
Large:
The complete frequency range for the channel you
are setting will be output from the speaker.
Small:
Frequencies of the channel you are setting
lower than approx. 100Hz will be output from the
subwoofer.
If the Subwoofer is set to “NONE” and the front
speakers are set to “Large,” then the sound may
be output from both the left and right speakers.
L&R
4. 5.
TV
VOL.
SLEEP
MUTE
MAIN
VOL.
CENTER
OSD
MENU
1. 3. 5.
ENTER
SET UP/
T.TONE
PURE DIRECT
AUTO
MENU OFF
DTS
2. 5.
1.
Select “2.SPEAKER” in SETUP MENU with 3
or 4 cursor button,
2.
Press the ENTER button to enter the menu.
The first sub-menu item is “2-1.Speakers Size”
setup.
3.
Press 3 or 4 cursor button to select the each
speaker.
4.
Press 1 or 2 cursor button to select the setting
of size to each speaker.
5.
If you finish these setup, press the 3 or 4
cursor button to select “NEXT”.
6.
Press the ENTER button to enter the next “2-2.
Speakers Distance” setup.
SL & SR
SB
SB SIZE
Or press the 1 or 2 cursor button to select
“EXIT” then press the ENTER button to exit the
SETUP MENU.
Or press the 1 or 2 cursor button to select “TO
MAIN MENU” then press the ENTER button to
return the SETUP MENU.
Select if the surround back speaker is connected
In this case, the audio signal is emitted form
the Surround back L output terminal.
2CH
Select if the surround back left and right speakers are connected
NONE
Select if no surround back speaker is connected
SMALL
Select if the surround back speaker(s) is small sized
LARGE
Select if the surround back speaker(s) is large sized
***
This menu (SB SIZE) will not be displayed, if SB is set "NONE".
80
Select this when the bass speaker is about 12cm(4 3/4inches)
100
Select this when the bass speaker is about 10cm(3 15/16inches)
120
Select this when the bass speaker is about 8cm(3 3/16inches)
LPF/HPF
NEXT
Speakers Distance
setup
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1CH
EXIT
exit SETUP
MENU
TO MAIN
MENU
MAIN MENU
Use this parameter to specify the distance of each
speaker’s position from the listening position. The
delay time is automatically calculated according to
these distances.
Begin by determining the ideal or most commonly
used seating position in the room.
This is important for the timing of the acoustics to
create the proper sound space that the SR3001 and
today’s sound systems are able to produce.
Note that the speakers that you selected “None”
for in the Speaker Config sub-menu will not appear
here.
1. 3. 5.
4. 5.
L&R :
Set the distance from the front left and right
speakers to your normal listening position between
1 and 30 feet in 1.0 foot interval (0.3 to 9 meters in
0.3-meter intervals).
C:
Set the distance from the center speaker to your
normal listening position between 1 and 30 feet in
1.0 foot interval
(0.3 to 9 meters in 0.3-meter intervals).
SL&SR:
Set the distance from the surround left and right
speaker to your normal listening position between
1 and 30 feet in 1.0 foot interval (0.3 to 9 meters in
0.3-meter intervals).
SW :
Set the distance from the subwoofer to your
normal listening position between 1 and 30 feet
in 1.0-foot intervals (0.3 to 9 meters in 0.3-meter
intervals).
SB:
Set the distance from a surround back speaker to
your normal listening position between 1 and 30
feet in 1.0-foot intervals (0.3 to 9 meters in 0.3meter intervals).
ENGLISH
2-2. SPEAKERS DISTANCE
Note:
Speakers that you selected “No” or “None” for in the
Speaker Size menu will not appear.
2. 5.
MENU STRUCTURE of Speakers Distance setup
D RECEIVER SR3001
DISP
MULTI
SLEEP
AUTO
TUNED
AUTO SURR
ST
DIRECT
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
PEAK
ATT
MTX 6.1
ANALOG
DIGITAL
EQ
SURROUND
DIGITAL
L
R
C
LFE
AAC PCM
SL
S
SR
DO
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
DISPLAY
MEMORY
CLEAR
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
Speakers
Size setup
Speakers
Distance
EAKER
ENTER
L&R
ES
Maximum
C
4. 5.
TV
VOL.
SLEEP
MUTE
OSD
(9.0m)
29 ft
(8.7m)
button
2 ft
(0.6m)
button
1 ft
(0.3m)
MAIN
VOL.
Speakers
Distance setup
MENU
1. 3. 5.
30 ft
1 ft interval (1 ft = 0.3 m)
SL&SR
ENTER
SW
SET UP/
T.TONE
PURE DIRECT
MENU OFF
AUTO
1
DTS
2
3
2. 5.
1.
Enter to the “2-2. Speakers Distance” from the
previous “2-1. Speakers Size”.
2.
Press 3 or 4 cursor button to select the each
speaker.
3.
Press 1 or 2 cursor button to set the distance
from your listening position for each speaker.
4.
After finishing the Speaker Distance setup, press
the 3 or 4 cursor button to select “NEXT”.
5.
Press the ENTER button to enter the next
“Speaker Level” setup.
Minimum
SB
NEXT
Speakers
Level setup
EXIT
TO MAIN MENU
RETURN
exit SETUP
MENU
MAIN
MENU
Speakers
Size setup
Or press the 1 or 2 cursor button to select
“EXIT” then press the ENTER button to exit the
SETUP MENU.
Or press the 1 or 2 cursor button to select “TO
MAIN MENU” then press the ENTER button to
return the SETUP MENU.
Or press the 1 or 2 cursor button to select
“RETURN” then press the ENTER button to
return the previous “2-2. Speakers Distance”
setup.
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2-3. SPEAKERS LEVEL SETTING WITH TEST TONE
1.
Here you will set the volume for each speaker so that
they are all heard by the listener at the same level.
Moreover, if the T.TONE button is pressed, unit can
enter into this menu directly.
Note:
The speaker level settings are not available in 7.1
Channel Input mode, CS mode and Multi Channel
Stereo mode.
2.
T(TEST) MODE :
Selects “MANUAL” or “AUTO” for generating mode
of test tone 1 or 2 cursor button.
1. 3. 5.
1. 5.
1. 2. 5.
5.
Maximum
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
MTX 6.1
PEAK
ATT
EQ
ANALOG
DIGITAL
SURROUND
DIGITAL
L
SL
7.1CH INPUT
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
S
SR
DISPLAY
MEMORY
CLEAR
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
S. SPEAKER B
STANDBY
POWER ON/OFF
R
C
LFE
AAC PCM
ENTER
PHONES
2. 5.
TV
VOL.
AUX1
AMP
SLEEP
MUTE
OSD
MAIN
MAIN
VOL.
MENU
1. 5.
ENTER
1. 3. 5.
SET UP/
T.TONE
PURE DIRECT
NIGHT
20
MENU OFF
AUTO
DTS
1
2
3
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
6
5.
Test Tone mode
MANU
AUTO
(Auto)
Speaker
SW
Speakers
Level setup
L
C
R
Listening
Positiom
SR
+10dB
SBL
SBR
+9dB
button
1 dB interval
Reference
TO MAIN MENU
RETURN
EXIT
MAIN
MENU
Speakers
Distance setup
exit SETUP
MENU
0dB
1 dB interval
button
-9dB
Minimum
-10dB
(SW -15 dB)
2-4. SPEAKERS LEVEL SETTING WITHOUT TEST TONE
3.
Press the 4 cursor button again. This unit will
now emit the pink noise from the front right
speaker.
4.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 above for the front right
and other speakers until all speakers are
adjusted to the same volume level.
5.
Press the ENTER button, you can stop the test
tone mode. Or press the 1 or 2 cursor button to
select “EXIT” then press the ENTER button to
exit the SETUP MENU.
AV SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
SLEEP
Direct selec Speakers
Distance
by remote
setup
control
Using the 1 and 2 cursor buttons, adjust the
volume level of the noise from the center
speaker so that it is the same level as the front
left speaker (Note that this can be adjusted
to any level between –10 and +10 dB in 1dB
intervals).
INPUT SELECTOR
DISP
MENU STRUCTURE of Speaker Level setup
SL
If you select “AUTO” by pressing the 4 button, the
test tone will be cycled through in a circular pattern
which is L (Left) → C (Center) → R (Right) → SR
(Surround Right) → SBR (Surround Back Right) →
SBL (Surround Back Left) → SL (Surround Left) →
SW (Subwoofer) → L →.. increments of 2 seconds
for each channel.
Using the 1 and 2 cursor buttons, adjust the volume
level of the noise from the speaker so that it is the
same level for all speaker.
Press the ENTER button, you can stop the test tone
mode. Or press the 1 or 2 cursor button to select
“EXIT” then press the ENTER button to exit the
SETUP MENU.
Or press the 1 or 2 cursor button to select “RETURN”
then press the ENTER button to return the previous
“2-2. Speakers Distance” setup.
If you select “MANUAL”, adjust the output level of each
speaker as follow.
When you select “MANUAL” in T-MODE menu
by pressing the 1 or 2 button, this unit will emit
a pink noise from the front left speaker. At this
time, adjust the desired level of the master
volume. Remember the level of this noise and
then press the 4 button. This unit will emit the
pink noise from the center speaker.
Or press the 1 or 2 button to select “RETURN”
then press the ENTER button to return the
previous “2-2. Speakers Distance” setup.
Notes:
• Speakers that you selected “None” for in the Speaker
Size Setup menu will not appear.
• The setup level for each channel is memorized for
reproduction in all surround mode by this method
exclude CS mode, Multi channel stereo mode and
7.1 ch input mode.
• To adjust the speaker levels for 7.1-channel input
sources, you will need to use the 7.1CH Level Input
setup menu.
Channel level (speaker level) can be adjusted
without using test tone.
Note:
Four channel level settings can be memorized for
reproduction: the 7.1 ch input mode, CS mode, Multi
channel stereo mode, and all other surround modes,
respectively.
1.
Set the surround mode or 7.1 ch input mode
which you want to adjust the channel level.
2.
Press the CH.SEL button on the remote.
3.
Select the desired channel (speaker) with the 1
or 2 cursor buttons.
4.
Adjust the level with the 3 or 4 cursor buttons.
5.
After completing the setup, press the CH.SEL
button again.
1. 4.
3. 4.
2. 4.
Or press the 1 or 2 cursor button to select
“EXIT” then press the ENTER button to exit the
SETUP MENU.
D RECEIVER SR3001
DISP
MULTI
SLEEP
AUTO
TUNED
AUTO SURR
ST
DIRECT
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
PEAK
ATT
MTX 6.1
ANALOG
DIGITAL
EQ
When you select “TO MAIN MENU” by pressing
the 3 or 4 button, you can return the SETUP
MENU by pressing the ENTER button.
SURROUND
DIGITAL
L
R
C
LFE
AAC PCM
SL
S
4. SURROUND
This sub menu is to adjust channel levels for each
surround setting groups. There are three surround
setting groups shown below. Therefore if settings
for a surround mode are changed, settings for all
other surround modes in the same group are also
changed.
SR
DO
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
DISPLAY
MEMORY
CLEAR
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
EAKER
ENTER
ES
3. 4.
TV
VOL.
SLEEP
MUTE
OSD
MAIN
VOL.
MENU
1. 4.
ENTER
SET UP/
T.TONE
PURE DIRECT
MENU OFF
AUTO
DTS
2. 4.
1.
Select “3. PREFERENCE” in SETUP MENU
with 3 or 4 cursor button.
2.
3.
Press the ENTER button.
4.
Press 1 or 2 cursor button to set the mode.
Press 3 or 4 cursor button to select desired
item.
BASS MIX
• The bass mix setting is only valid when “LARGE” is
set for the front speakers and “YES” is set for the
subwoofer at stereo playback .
• When the “BOTH” is selected, the low frequency
signal range of “LARGE” are produced
simultaneously from those channels and the
subwoofer channel.
When actual low frequency sound volume is weak
depending on room size, use this function to fill low
frequency sound equally in the room.
• When “Mix” is selected, subwoofer output is
determined depending on the speaker sizes for
each channels. If the front speaker size is set to
“Large”, subwoofer output is only the LFE signal
contained in Dolby Digital or DTS processed
signals.
Surround setting group
1 : AUTO, DOLBY, DTS, EX/ES, VIRTUAL,
STEREO
2 : Multi-ch stereo
3 : CS II
1. 3. 5.
D RECEIVER SR3001
DISP
MULTI
SLEEP
AUTO
TUNED
AUTO SURR
ST
DIRECT
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
MIX
For L&R is "SMALL" :
The low frequency signal range of front L/R are outputted to a subwoofer
simultaneously with the LFE signal.
For L&R is "LARGE" :
The low frequency signal range of front L/R are not output to subwoofer.
***
7.1-V
TO MAIN MENU
This menu (BASS) will not be displayed, if SUBW is set "NONE".
LAST>TV>DVD>…>V-OFF>
EXIT
exit SETUP MENU
STANDBY MODE:
When this function is set to "ECONOMY", you can reduce
the power consumption when the unit is in the standby mode.
R
C
LFE
S
SR
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
DISPLAY
MEMORY
CLEAR
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
When you select “TO MAIN MENU” by pressing
the 3 or 4 button, you can return the SETUP MAIN
MENU by pressing the ENTER button.
ENTER
ES
MENU STRUCTURE of SURROUND setup
4. 5.
TV
VOL.
SLEEP
MUTE
OSD
4.SURROUND
MAIN
VOL.
LFE
ENTER
PURE DIRECT
MENU OFF
AUTO
SURROUND MODE
HT-EQ
MENU
1. 3. 5.
2.
3.
The low frequency signal range of front L/R are outputted to a subwoofer
simultaneously with the LFE signal.
SURROUND
DIGITAL
EAKER
NOMAL
BOTH
ANALOG
DIGITAL
EQ
DO
1.
BASS
ATT
L
Note:
When Front speaker is set ”SMALL”, then BASS
MIX is set “MIX”. (The display appears “BASS MIX
= ✱✱✱”.)
ECONOMY
PEAK
SL
MENU STRUCTURE of PREFERENCE setup
STBY
NIGHT
MTX 6.1
AAC PCM
SET UP/
T.TONE
3.PREFERENCE
2. 5.
4. 5.
HT-EQ :
Select to active the HT-EQ with the 1 or 2 cursor
buttons.
The tonal balance of a film soundtrack will be
excessively bright and harsh when played back
over audio equipment in the home. This is because
film soundtracks were designed to be played back
in large movie theater environments.
Activating the HT-EQ feature when watching a film
made for movie theaters corrects this and restores
the correct tonal balance.
The HT-EQ feature can be activated only while in
Dolby Pro Logic Mode, or while decoding Dolby
Digital or DTS encoded material.
LFE LEVEL :
Select the output level of the LFE signal included in
the Dolby Digital signal or the DTS signal.
Select 0 dB, -10 dB or OFF with the 1 or 2 cursor
buttons.
ENGLISH
5.
3. PREFERENCE
DTS
2. 5.
Select “4. SURROUND” in SETUP MENU with
3 or 4 cursor button.
TO MAIN MENU
EXIT
exit SETUP
MENU
Press the ENTER button.
To select a desired item, press 3 or 4 cursor
button.
4.
Using the 1 or 2 cursor button to select the mode
or adjust the volume level of each speaker.
5.
When you select “TO MAIN MENU” by pressing
the 3 or 4 button, you can return the SETUP
MENU by pressing the ENTER button.
Or press the 1 or 2 cursor button to select
“EXIT” then press the ENTER button to exit the
SETUP MENU.
SR(SURR-MODE) :
Select the desired surround mode with 1 or 2
cursor button.
• If one of the following modes is selected, all other
modes are also set to the same. AUTO, DOLBY,
DTS, EX/ES, VIRTUAL, STEREO.
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5. PL II (DOLBY PRO LOGIC II )
MUSIC PARAMETER
Pro Logic II-Music mode creates a rich and
enveloping surround ambience from stereo sources
such as CDs.
In this mode, SR3001 includes three controls to finetune the soundfield as follows.
1. 3. 5.
2. 5.
4. 5.
D RECEIVER SR3001
DISP
MULTI
SLEEP
AUTO
TUNED
AUTO SURR
ST
DIRECT
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
PEAK
ATT
MTX 6.1
ANALOG
DIGITAL
EQ
SURROUND
L
R
C
LFE
SL
S
MENU STRUCTURE of CS II setup
6. CS II (CIRCLE SURROUND II)
1. 3. 5.
6.CS II setup
2. 5.
4. 5.
SR
DISP
SLEEP
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
ST
DIRECT
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
PEAK
ATT
MTX 6.1
EQ
ANALOG
DIGITAL
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
DISPLAY
MEMORY
CLEAR
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
5. PRO LOGIC II
SURROUND
L
S
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
MEMORY
CLEAR
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
ES
exit SETUP
MENU
CUSTOM
4. 5.
OSD
TV
VOL.
SLEEP
MUTE
MAIN
VOL.
MENU
1. 3. 5.
PURE DIRECT
AUTO
MENU OFF
DTS
2. 5.
1.
Select “5.PLII MUSIC PARAMETER” in SETUP
MENU with 3 or 4 cursor button.
2.
3.
Press the ENTER button to enter the menu.
4.
Press 1 or 2 cursor button to select the mode
or set the level.
5.
When you select “TO MAIN MENU” by pressing
the 3 or 4 button, you can return the SETUP
MENU by pressing the ENTER button.
Press 3 or 4 cursor button to select a desired
item.
Or press the 1 or 2 cursor button to select
“EXIT” then press the ENTER button to exit the
SETUP MENU.
PANORAMA:
Select the Panorama mode On or Off with 1 or 2
cursor button.
Panorama wraps the sound of the front left and right
speakers around you for an exciting perspective.
DIMENSION:
Set the Dimension level between 0 and 6 level in 1
level interval with 1 or 2 cursor button.
Adjust the soundfield either towards the front or
towards the rear.
This can be useful to help achieve a more suitable
balance from all the speakers with certain recordings.
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ENTER
SET UP/
T.TONE
OFF
PURE DIRECT
ENTER
SET UP/
T.TONE
1. 3. 5.
MAIN
VOL.
2. 5.
2.
3.
Press the ENTER button to enter this menu.
4.
5.
Press 1 or 2 cursor button to set the level.
6
C-WIDTH
0
7
exit SETUP
MENU
DTS
Select “6. CS II” in SETUP MENU with 3 or 4
cursor button.
0
EXIT
MENU OFF
1.
DIMENSION
TO MAIN MENU
AUTO
ON
MENU
EXIT
ENTER
DEFAULT
PANORAMA
6
TO MAIN MENU
DISPLAY
EAKER
OSD
MUTE
0
SR
DO
ENTER
SLEEP
SRS DIALOG
R
C
ES
TV
VOL.
6
LFE
SL
4. 5.
PARAMETER
0
DIGITAL
AAC PCM
DO
EAKER
TRUBASS
D RECEIVER SR3001
MENU STRUCTURE of PRO LOGIC II setup
DIGITAL
AAC PCM
C WIDTH:
Set the Center width level between 0 and 7 level in
1 level interval with 1 or 2 cursor button.
Center Width allows you to gradually spread the
center channel sound into the front left and right
speakers.
At its widest setting, all the sound from the center
is mixed into the left and right.
This control may help achieve a more spacious
sound or a better blend of the front image.
If “NONE” was selected for the Center speaker
setting in the Speaker size, then this setting will
not appear.
Press 3 or 4 cursor button to select desired
item.
When you select “TO MAIN MENU” by pressing
the 3 or 4 button, you can return the SETUP
MENU by pressing the ENTER button.
Or press the 1 or 2 cursor button to select
“EXIT” then press the ENTER button to exit the
SETUP MENU.
TRUBASS:
Set the TRUBASS level between 0 and 6 level in 1
level interval with 1 or 2 cursor button.
TRUBASS produced by the speakers to be an
octave below the actual physical capabilities of the
speakers adding exciting, deeper bass effects.
SRS DIALOG:
Set the SRS DIALOG level between 0 and 6 level
in 1 level interval with 1 or 2 cursor button.
This can be popped out of the surround audio
effects allowing the listener to easily discern what
the actors say.
If “NONE” was selected for the Center speaker
setting in the Speaker size, then this setting will
not appear.
ADJUSTING THE TONE (BASS & TREBLE)
CONTROL
Example : AUTO SURROUND
(PLAY BACK)
PURE DIRECT
AUTO
1
ENTER
SELECTING AN INPUT SOURCE
3
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
NIGHT
CSII
4
5
6
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7.1CH IN
7
8
9
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
AV SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
SLEEP
Before you can listen to any input media, you must
first select the input source on the SR3001.
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
SET UP/
T.TONE
TUNED
MENU OFF
CLEAR
DIRECT
PURE DIRECT
AUTO
1
SURROUND
MODE
7.1CH INPUT
Example : DVD
AUTO
POWER ON/OFF
PURE
DIRECT
DTS
2
NIGHT
CSII
4
5
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7
8
9
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
SIMPLE
SETUP
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
HT-EQ
6
BASS
BASS
SLEEP
AUTO SURR
DIRECT
DISC 6.1
TV
7.1CH INPUT
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
TUNER
VCR1
DSS/VCR2
DVD
CD
TAPE
CDR/MD
S. SPEAKER B
TREBLE
TREBLE
TV
VOL.
OSD
AUX1
AMP
SLEEP
MUTE
To select the surround mode during playback, press
the SURROUND MODE button on the front panel or
the Surround mode buttons on the remote.
T-MODE
RDS
F.DIRECT
AUDIO
SUB-T/ATT
PTY
LIP.SYNC
To select DVD, turn the INPUT FUNCTION
SELECTOR knob on the front panel or simply press
the DVD button on the remote.
After you have selected DVD, simply turn on the DVD
player and play the DVD.
ADJUSTING THE MAIN VOLUME
VOLUME
AK
ATT
ANALOG
SURROUND
EQ
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
L
SL
S
VCR1
DSS/VCR2
DVD
CD
TAPE
CDR/MD
SR
DOWN
DISPLAY
TV
TUNER
R
C
LFE
AAC PCM
MEMORY
UP
• The input name will appear in the display on the front
panel.
• As the input is changed, the SR3001 will
automatically switch to the digital input, surround
mode, attenuation, and night mode status which
were entered during the configuration process for
that source.
• When an audio source is selected, the last video
input used remains routed to the VCR1 & DSS/
VCR2 Outputs and Monitor Outputs. This permits
simultaneous viewing and listening to different
sources.
• When a Video source is selected, the video signal
for that input will be routed to the Monitor Outputs
jacks and will be viewable on a TV monitor
connected to the SR3001.
If a component video input is connected to the
DVD or DSS component inputs, it will be routed
to the Component Video Output. Make certain
that your TV is set to the proper input to view the
signal.
BAND
AUX1
AMP
MUTE
ATT
TV
VOL.
EXIT
SLEEP
CLEAR
MUTE
During a listening session you may wish to adjust the
Bass and Treble Control to suit your listening tastes
or room acoustics.
(Using the remote control unit)
To adjust the bass effect, press BASS3 or BASS4
on the remote.
To adjust the treble effect, press TREBLE3 or
TREBLE4 on the remote.
MAIN
VOL.
MENU
MENU
TUNE/SEARCH
TUNE/SEARCH
STANDBY
PHONES
MAIN
VOL.
ENTER
CH.SEL
V–
AMP
MUTE
OSD
7.1CH IN
POWER
ST
AUX1
SLEEP
MENU
CLEAR
PHONES
AV SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
TUNED
CDR/MD
CHANNEL/SKIP
INPUT/DISC+
AUTO
DVD
TAPE
0
3
0
MULTI
DSS/VCR2
CD
TV
VOL.
CHANNEL/SKIP
DISP
VCR1
S. SPEAKER B
STANDBY
INPUT SELECTOR
TV
TUNER
DTS
2
INPUT SELECTOR
DISP
POWER ON/OFF
USING THE SLEEP TIMER
ENGLISH
SELECTING THE SURROUND MODE
BASIC OPERATION
MAIN
VOL.
Note:
The tone control function can work in the AUTO
Surround, Stereo, Dolby PLIIx, DTS, DTS-ES, and
Multi Ch. Stereo mode.
T-MODE
OSD
MENU
TEMPORARILY TURNING OFF THE SOUND
To program the SR3001 for automatic standby, press
the SLEEP button on the remote.
Each press of the button will increase the time before
shut down in the following sequence.
OFF
90
10
80
20
30
40
70
60
50
The sleep time will be shown for a few seconds in the
display on the front panel, and it will count down until
the time has elapsed.
When the programmed sleep time has elapsed, the
unit will automatically turn off.
Note that the SLEEP indicator on the display will
illuminate when the Sleep function is programmed.
To cancel the Sleep function, press the SLEEP button
until the display shows “SLEEP OFF” and the SLEEP
indicator will disappear.
ENTER
Adjust the volume to a comfortable level using the
VOLUME control knob on the front panel or VOL 3 /
4 buttons on the remote.
To increase the volume, turn the VOLUME knob
clockwise or press VOL 3 button on the remote, to
decrease the volume, turn counterclockwise or press
VOL 4 button on the remote.
Notes:
• The volume can be adjusted within the range of – ∞ to
18 dB, in steps of 1 dB.
• However, when the channel level is set as described
on page 20, if the volume for any channel is set at +1
dB or greater, the volume cannot be adjusted up to 18
dB.
(In this case the maximum volume adjustment range
is “18 dB - Maximum value of channel level)
TV
VCR1
DSS/VCR2
DVD
TUNER
CD
TAPE
CDR/MD
VOLUME
ANALOG
DIGITAL
SURROUND
NIGHT MODE
DIGITAL
L
R
C
LFE
AAC PCM
SL
S
SR
DOWN
UP
AUX1
AMP
SLEEP
MUTE
OSD
DISPLAY
MEMORY
TV
VOL.
CLEAR
MUTE
EXIT
BAND
MENU
MAIN
VOL.
ATT
ENTER
T-MODE
OSD
MENU
SET UP/
T.TONE
ENTER
PURE DIRECT
DTS
1
2
3
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7
8
9
CLEAR
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
NIGHT
To temporarily silence all speaker outputs such as
when interrupted by a phone call, press the MUTE
button on the front panel or MUTE button on the
remote.
This will interrupt the output to all speakers and the
head-phone jack, but it will not affect any recording
or dubbing that may be in progress.
When the system is muted, the display will show
“MUTE” .
Press the MUTE button again to return to normal
operation.
MENU OFF
AUTO
6
7.1CH IN
0
CHANNEL/SKIP
BASS
TREBLE
TUNE/SEARCH
Press the NIGHT button on the remote to turn on the
NIGHT mode.
Selecting the Night Mode ON is effective in Dolby
Digital only, and it compresses the dynamic range.
This softens loud passages such as sudden
explosions, to help prevent disturbing others late
at night.
To turn off the Night mode, press the NIGHT button
again.
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SURROUND MODE
The SR3001 is equipped with many surround modes.
These are provided to reproduce a variety of surround
sound effects, according to the content of the source
to be played.
The available surround modes may be restricted
depending on the input signal and speaker setup.
AUTO
When this mode is selected, the receiver determines
whether the digital input signal is Dolby Digital, Dolby
Digital Surround EX, DTS, DTS-ES, DTS 96/24 or
PCM-audio.
Surround EX & DTS-ES will operate for multichannel
source that has a Dolby Digital Surround EX or DTS-ES
auto trigger flag in the digital signal.
When a Dolby Digital or DTS signal is input, the
number of channels for which the corresponding
signal is encoded will be played.
Inputting a Dolby Digital two channel signal with Dolby
surround status automatically subjects that signal to
Pro Logic IIx movie processing before play.
PCM 96 kHz source material can be played in this
mode.
Notes:
• When you use this mode with certain DVD and CD
players, performing operations such as “Skip” or
“Stop” may momentarily interrupt the output.
• When the signal is not decoded, the mode is changed
to AUTO mode automatically. Refer to page 26 to
confirm the available decoding mode.
2 MODE
EX/ES
(Dolby Digital, Pro Logic IIx MOVIE, Pro Logic IIx
MUSIC, Pro Logic IIx GAME, Pro Logic)
This mode is used with source materials encoded in
Dolby Digital and Dolby Surround.
This mode provides 6.1 channel surround for DOLBY
DIGITAL EX, DTS-ES encoded source material such
as DVD.
This mode cannot be used when an analog input has
been selected.
DOLBY DIGITAL
This mode is enabled when playing source materials
encoded in Dolby Digital.
Playing multichannel encoded 6.1 or 7.1-channel
Dolby Digital sources provides five main audio
channels (left, center, right, surround left and surround
right) and Low Frequency Effect channel.
Dolby Digital EX decoding is not available in this
mode.
Dolby Digital EX
In a movie theater, film soundtracks that have been
encoded with Dolby Digital surround EX technology
are able to reproduce an extra channel which has
been added during the mixing of the program.
This channel, called Surround Back, places sounds
behind the listener in addition to the currently
available front left, front center, front right, surround
right, surround left and subwoofer channels.
This additional channel provides the opportunity
for more detailed imaging behind the listener and
brings more depth, spacious ambience and sound
localization than ever before.
Dolby Digital EX is not available in the system without
surround back speaker(s).
Dolby Pro Logic IIx brings the excitement of surround
sound to any stereo mix, while making existing Dolby
Surround mixes sound more like discrete 6.1 or 7.1channel Surround sound.
Dolby Pro Logic IIx has 3 modes. Please see below.
Pro Logic IIx MOVIE
This mode provides 6.1 or 7.1 channel surround
sound from Dolby Surround encoded stereo movie
sound tracks.
Pro Logic IIx MUSIC
This mode provides 6.1 or 7.1 channel surround
sound from conventional stereo sources, analog or
digital, such as CD, Tape, FM, TV, Stereo VCR, etc.
Pro Logic IIx GAME
Game mode restores the impact low-frequency
surround effects by routing them to the system’s
subwoofer.
Pro Logic
This mode emulated original Dolby Pro Logic
decoding (3/1 surround) suit for Dolby Surround
encoded stereo movie soundtracks.
Notes:
• Pro Logic IIx mode will decode as Pro Logic II mode
when the SURROUND BACK SPEAKER is set
NONE in SPEAKER SETUP menu. (See SPEAKER
SETUP, page 18)
• Pro Logic IIx mode is available for a 2ch input signal
which is encoded in Dolby Digital or PCM format.
• PCM-audio signals can be subjected to Pro Logic
processing when the sampling frequency is 32 kHz,
44.1 kHz or 48 kHz.
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DTS-ES (Discrete 6.1, Matrix 6.1)
DTS-ES adds the surround center channel audio to
the DTS 5.1-channel format to improve the acoustic
positioning and makes acoustic image movement
more natural with the 6.1-channel reproduction.
This receiver incorporates a DTS-ES decoder, which
can handle DTS-ES Discrete-encoded and DTS-ES
Matrix-encoded program sources from DVD, etc..
DTS-ES Discrete 6.1 features digital discrete recording
of all channels including the surround back channel(s)
and higher quality of audio reproduction.
DTS-ES is not available in the system without a
surround back speaker.
dts MODE
(dts, Neo:6 Cinema, Neo:6 Music)
This mode is for DTS encoded source materials such
as LASER DISC, CD, and DVD. Neo:6 is for some 2
channel sources.
dts : This mode is enabled when playing source
materials encoded in dts multichannel.
Playing multichannel encoded 5.1-channel dts
sources provides five main audio channels (left,
center, right, surround left and surround right) and
Low Frequency Effect channel.
dts-ES decoding is not available in this mode.
The DTS mode cannot be used when an analog
input has been selected.
Neo:6 Cinema, Neo:6 Music
This mode decodes 2-channel signals into 6channel signals using high-accuracy digital matrix
technology.
The DTS Neo:6 decoder has near-discrete properties
in the frequency characteristics of the channels as
well as in channel separation.
According to the signals to be played back, DTS Neo:6
uses either the Neo:6 CINEMA mode optimized for
movie playback or the Neo:6 MUSIC mode optimized
for music playback.
Notes:
• Neo:6 mode is available to 2ch input signals which
are encoded in Dolby Digital or PCM format.
• PCM-audio signals can be subjected to Pro Logic
processing when the sampling frequency is 32 kHz,
44.1 kHz or 48 kHz.
MULTI CH. ST
This mode is used to create a wider, deeper and more
natural soundstage from two channel source material.
This is done by feeding the left channel signal to
both left front and left surround speaker and the right
channel signal to both right front and right surround
speaker. Additionally, the center channel reproduces
a mix of the right and left channel.
CIRCLE SURROUND II
(CSII-CINEMA, CSII-MUSIC, CSII-MONO)
Circle Surround is designed to enable multichannel
surround sound playback of non-encoded and
multichannel encoded material.
Backward compatibility provides listeners with up to
6.1 channels of surround performance from entire
collection of music and film, including broadcast,
videotape and stereo recorded music.
Depending on source material, you can select CSIICinema mode, CSII-Music mode or CSII-Mono
mode.
Notes:
• CS II mode is available for 2ch input signals which
are encoded in Dolby Digital or PCM format.
• PCM-audio signals can be subjected to Pro Logic
processing when the sampling frequency is 32 kHz,
44.1 kHz or 48 kHz.
CAUTION
This mode creates a virtualized surround sound
experience from a two-speaker (front L and R) playback
system playing any multichannel audio source (such as
found on DVDs and digital broadcasts), including Dolby
Digital, Dolby Pro Logic or DTS.
NOTE for DTS signal
* Connected DVD-player, laser-disc player or CDplayer needs to support DTS-digital output. You
may not be able to play some DTS source signals
from certain CD players and LD players even if you
connect the player to the SR3001 digitally. This is
because the digital signal has been processed
(such as the output level, sampling frequency,
or frequency response) and the SR3001 cannot
recognize the signal as DTS data.
* Depending on the player used, DTS play may
produce a short noise. This is not a malfunction.
* While signals from DTS-laser disc or CD are
playing in another Surround mode, you cannot
switch to digital input or from digital input to analog
input by INPUT SETUP in SETUP MAIN MENU or
the A/D button.
* The outputs for the VCR 1 OUT, DSS/VCR 2
OUT, TAPE OUT, and CD-R OUT output analog
audio signals. Do not record from CDs or LDs that
support DTS using these outputs. If you do, the
DTS-encoded signal will be recorded as noise.
STEREO
This mode bypasses all surround processing.
In stereo program sources, the left and right channels
play normally when PCM-audio or analog stereo is
input.
With Dolby Digital and DTS sources, the 5.1
multichannels are converted to two channel stereo.
96 kHz PCM source material can be played back in
stereo mode.
PURE - DIRECT
In the Pure Direct mode, the tone control circuit and
bass management configuration are bypassed for
full range frequency response and the purist audio
reproduction.
96 kHz PCM source material can be played back in
this mode.
Notes:
• Internal speaker size is setup to front L/R = LARGE,
Center = LARGE, Surround L/R = LARGE and
Subwoofer = YES automatically. Tone controls and
additional processing are also defeated.
• When you use this mode with certain DVD and CD
players, performing operations such as “Skip” or
“Stop” may momentarily interrupt the output.
NOTE for HDCD signal
* HDCD is effective only at the time of digital input.
* AUTO, PURE DIRECT, and STEREO modes can
be used when playing HDCD signals (such as
from CD discs that contain HDCD).
* You may not be able to play some HDCD source
signals from certain CD players if you connect the
player to the SR3001 digitally. This is because the
digital signal has been processed (such as the
output level, sampling frequency, or frequency
response) and the SR3001 cannot recognize the
signal as HDCD data.
ENGLISH
VIRTUAL
NOTE for Dolby Digital Surround EX signal
* When playing Dolby Digital Surround EX-encoded
software in 6.1 channels, it is required to set the
EX/ES mode.
* Note that some of Dolby Digital Surround
EX-encoded software does not contain the
identification signal. In this case, set the EX/ES
mode manually.
NOTE for 96kHz PCM audio
* AUTO, Pure- DIRECT, and STEREO modes can
be used when playing PCM signals with a sampling
frequency of 96 kHz (such as from DVD-Video
discs that contain 24 bit, 96 kHz audio). If such
signals are input during playback in one of the
other surround modes, output from SR3001 will be
muted.
* Certain DVD player models inhibit digital output. For
details, refer to the player’s operation manual.
* Some DVD formatted discs feature copy protection.
When using such disc, 96 kHz PCM signal is not
output from the DVD player. For details, refer to the
player's operation manual.
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The relation between the selected surround
mode and the input signal
The surround mode is selected with the surround
mode selector on SR3001 or the remote control
unit. However, the sound you hear is subject to the
relationship between the selected surround mode
and input signal. That relationship is as follows;
Surround Mode
AUTO
PURE-DIRECT
EX/ES
DOLBY
(PL IIx movie)
(PL IIx music)
(PL IIx game)
(Pro Logic)
DTS
(Neo:6 Cinema)
(Neo:6 Music)
CS II Cinema
CS II Music
CS II Mono
STEREO
Notes:
• Dolby Digital (2 ch: Lt/Rt): signal with Dolby
Surround flag Speakers are full set.
• No sound outputs from the surround speaker, center
speaker and subwoofer if the DVD disc has no
surround data.
Abbreviations
L/R :
C:
SL/SR :
SBL/SBR :
SubW :
26
Front speakers
Center speaker
Surround speakers
Surround Back speakers
Sub woofer speaker
Virtual
Multi Ch.
Stereo
Input Signal
Dolby Surr. EX
Dolby D (5.1ch)
Dolby D(2ch)
Dolby D (2ch Surr)
DTS-ES
DTS 96/24
DTS (5.1ch)
PCM(Audio)
PCM 96kHz
HDCD
Analog
Dolby D Surr. EX
Dolby D (5.1ch)
Dolby D (2ch)
Dolby D (2ch Surr)
DTS-ES
DTS 96/24
DTS (5.1ch)
PCM (Audio)
PCM 96kHz
HDCD
Analog
Dolby D Surr. EX
Dolby D (5.1ch)
DTS-ES
DTS(5.1ch)
Dolby D Surr. EX
Dolby D (5.1ch)
Dolby D (2ch)
Dolby D (2ch Surr)
PCM (Audio)
Analog
DTS-ES
DTS 96/24
DTS (5.1ch)
PCM (Audio)
Analog
Dolby D (2ch)
Dolby D (2ch Surr)
PCM (Audio)
Analog
Dolby D (2ch)
Dolby D (2ch Surr)
Dolby Surr. EX
Dolby D (5.1ch)
Dolby D (2ch)
Dolby D (2ch Surr)
DTS-ES
DTS 96/24
DTS (5.1ch)
PCM (Audio)
PCM 96kHz
HDCD
Analog
Dolby Surr. EX
Dolby D (5.1ch)
Dolby D (2ch)
Dolby D (2ch Surr)
DTS-ES
DTS (5.1ch)
PCM (Audio)
Analog
Dolby Surr. EX
Dolby D (5.1ch)
Dolby D (2ch)
Dolby D (2ch Surr)
DTS-ES
DTS (5.1ch)
PCM (Audio)
Analog
Decoding
Dolby Digital EX
Dolby Digital 5.1
Dolby Digital 2.0
Pro Logic IIx movie
DTS-ES
DTS 96/24
DTS 5.1
PCM (Stereo)
PCM (96kHz Stereo)
PCM (Stereo)
Stereo
Dolby Digital EX
Dolby Digital 5.1
Dolby Digital 2.0
Pro Logic IIx movie
DTS-ES
DTS 96/24
DTS 5.1
PCM (Stereo)
PCM (96kHz Stereo)
PCM (Stereo)
Stereo
Dolby Digital EX
Dolby Digital EX
DTS-ES
DTS-ES
Dolby Digital 5.1
Dolby Digital 5.1
Pro Logic IIx
Pro Logic IIx
Pro Logic IIx
Pro Logic IIx
DTS 5.1
DTS 96/24
DTS 5.1
Neo:6
Neo:6
Neo:6
Neo:6
CS II
CS II
CS II
CS II
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
PCM (Stereo)
Stereo
Virtual
Virtual
Virtual
Virtual
Virtual
Virtual
Virtual
Virtual
Dolby Digital EX
Dolby Digital 5.1
Multi Channel Stereo
Multi Channel Stereo
DTS-ES
DTS 5.1
Multi Channel Stereo
Multi Channel Stereo
L/R
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Output Channel
Front information display
SL
SBL
C
Signal format indicators
Channel status
SR
SBR SubW
O
O
O
O
L, C, R, SL, SR, S, LFE
2 DIGITAL
O
O
O
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
2 DIGITAL
L, R
2 DIGITAL
O
O
O
L, R, S
2 DIGITAL , 2 SURROUND
O
O
O
O
dts, ES
L, C, R, SL, SR, S, LFE
O
O
O
dts 96/24
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
O
O
O
dts
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
PCM
L, R
PCM
L, R
PCM HDCD
L, R
ANALOG
O
O
O
O
L, C, R, SL, SR, S, LFE
2 DIGITAL
O
O
O
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
2 DIGITAL
L, R
2 DIGITAL
O
O
O
L, R, S
2 DIGITAL , 2 SURROUND
O
O
O
O
dts, ES
L, C, R, SL, SR, S, LFE
O
O
O
dts 96/24
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
O
O
O
dts
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
PCM
L, R
PCM
L, R
PCM HDCD
L, R
ANALOG
O
O
O
O
L, C, R, SL, SR, S, LFE
2 DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
2 DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
dts , ES
L, C, R, SL, SR, S, LFE
O
O
O
O
dts
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
O
O
O
O
L, C, R, SL, SR, S, LFE
2 DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
2 DIGITAL
O
O
O
L, R
2 DIGITAL
O
O
O
L, R, S
2 DIGITAL , 2 SURROUND
O
O
O
PCM
L, R
O
O
O
ANALOG
O
O
O
dts, ES
L, C, R, SL, SR, S, LFE
O
O
O
dts 96/24
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
O
O
O
dts
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
O
O
O
PCM
L, R
O
O
O
ANALOG
O
O
O
L, R
2 DIGITAL
O
O
O
L, R, S
2 DIGITAL , 2 SURROUND
O
O
O
O
PCM
L, R
O
O
O
O
ANALOG
O
O
O
O
L, R
2 DIGITAL
O
O
O
O
L, R, S
2 DIGITAL , 2 SURROUND
O
L, C, R, SL, SR, S, LFE
2 DIGITAL
O
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
2 DIGITAL
L, R
2 DIGITAL
L, R, S
2DIGITAL , 2 SURROUND
O
dts, ES
L, C, R, SL, SR, S, LFE
O
dts 96/24
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
O
dts
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
PCM
L, R
PCM
L, R
PCM HDCD
L, R
ANALOG
L, C, R, SL, SR, S, LFE
2 DIGITAL
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
2 DIGITAL
L, R
2 DIGITAL
L, R, S
2 DIGITAL , 2 SURROUND
dts, ES
L, C, R, SL, SR, S, LFE
dts
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
PCM
L, R
ANALOG
O
O
O
O
L, C, R, SL, SR, S, LFE
2 DIGITAL
O
O
O
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
2 DIGITAL
O
O
O
L, R
2 DIGITAL
O
O
O
L, R, S
2 DIGITAL , 2 SURROUND
O
O
O
O
dts, ES
L, C, R, SL, SR, S, LFE
O
O
O
dts
L, C, R, SL, SR, LFE
O
O
O
PCM
L, R
O
O
O
ANALOG
-
ATTENUATION TO ANALOG INPUT SIGNAL
BASS
TREBLE
TUNE/SEARCH
DISPLAY MODE
This jack may be used to listen to the SR3001’s output
through a pair of headphones. Be certain that the
headphones have a standard 1/4" stereo phono plug.
(Note that the speakers will automatically be turned off
when the headphone jack is in use.)
SELECTING ANALOG AUDIO INPUT OR
DIGITAL AUDIO INPUT
AV SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
R
SET UP/
T.TONE
PURE DIRECT
DISP
SLEEP
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
MTX 6.1
PEAK
ATT
EQ
ANALOG
DIGITAL
L
R
C
S
SR
NIGHT
DISPLAY
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
DISPLAY
MEMORY
S. SPEAKER B
VOLUME
T-MODE
RDS
F.DIRECT
AUDIO
SUB-T/ATT
PTY
CLEAR
ATT
EQ
ANALOG
DIGITAL
3
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
6
MCH-ST
STEREO
7.1CH IN
7
8
9
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
HT-EQ
MENU
EXIT
L
0
BAND
PHONES
S
SR
DOWN
UP
INPUT/DISC+
SLEEP
CH.SEL
2
3
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
6
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7
8
9
CLEAR
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
NIGHT
7.1CH IN
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGH
BASS
TREBLE
MT X 6.1
TUNE/SEARCH
CHANNEL/SKIP
LIP.SYNC
CLEAR
MUTE
ATT
T-MODE
SYSTEM REMOTE CONTROLLER
BAND
DTS
1
0
DISP
MEMORY
MENU OFF
AUTO
CHANNEL/SKIP
INPUT SELECTOR
R
C
LFE
SL
EXIT
SET UP/
T.TONE
PURE DIRECT
SURROUND
DIGITAL
AAC PCM
DISPLAY
2
ENTER
AUTO
AV SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
K
DTS
1
LFE
SL
SURROUND
MODE
MENU OFF
AUTO
SURROUND
DIGITAL
AAC PCM
ENGLISH
LISTENING THROUGH HEADPHONES
OTHER FUNCTION
SURROUND
MODE
T-MODE
RC5500SR
7.1CH INPUT
PURE
DIRECT
S. SPEAKER B
STANDBY
ENTER
AUTO
POWER ON/OFF
If the selected analog audio input signal is greater
than the capable level of internal processing, the
“PEAK” indicator will light up on the front display. If
this happens, you should press the ATT button on the
front panel or on the remote.
“ATT” indicator will be illuminated when this function is
activated. The signal-input level is reduced by about
half. Attenuation will not work with the output signal
of TAPE-OUT, CD-R/MD-OUT, VCR1-OUT and DSS/
VCR2-OUT.
This function is memorized for each individual input
source.
HT-EQ
MENU
PHONES
Notes:
• When using headphones, the surround mode
will change to STEREO and TruSurround (TS)
headphones by SURROUND MODE button.
• The surround mode returns to the previous setting as
soon as the plug is removed from the jack.
VIDEO ON/OFF
When no video signal is connected to the SR3001
or a DVD, etc., is connected directly to your TV,
the unnecessary video circuit can be turned off by
selecting the “VIDEO OFF” setting.
To select video off, press the V-OFF button on the
remote.
F.DIRECT
You can select the display mode for the front display
of the SR3001.
To select this mode, press the DISPLAY on the front
panel or on the remote.
When this button is pressed, the display mode is
switched in the following sequence.
→ Surround Mode → Auto-display Off → Display Off
→ Input Function → Surround Mode....
In Auto display off mode, the display is off. But, if you
make a change to the unit such as input or surround
mode, the display will show that change, then go
back to off after about 3 seconds. When changing the
volume, it is not displayed.
In Display off mode, the display is off completely.
BASS
TREBLE
Note:
Only the DISP indicator will be illuminated on the
front display, in display off condition
T-MODE
TUNE/SEARCH
RDS
F.DIRECT
If you have already assigned the digital inputs, you
can temporarily select the audio input mode for
each input source with the A/D button on the remote
controller.
When this button is pressed, the input mode is
switched in the following sequence.
→ Digital Auto → Digital → Analog → Digital Auto....
In Digital Auto mode, the types of signals being input
to the digital and analog input jacks for the selected
input source are detected automatically.
If no digital signal is being input, the analog input
jacks are selected automatically.
In Digital mode, input is fixed to an assigned digital
input terminal.
In analog mode, the analog input jacks are selected.
This selecting is temporary, so the result will not be
stored in memory.
If you need to change the input mode completely,
use INPUT setup in SETUP MENU system. (see
page 17)
MENU OFF
T.TONE
PURE DIRECT
RDS
SIMPLE
SETUP
DTS
AUTO
1
2
3
NIGHT
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
6
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7.1CH IN
7
8
9
CLEAR
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
0
CHANNEL/SKIP
BASS
INPUT/DISC+
CH.SEL
TREBLE
TUNE/SEARCH
T-MODE
RDS
AUDIO
SUB-T/ATT
F.DIRECT
PTY
LIP.SYNC
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RECORDING AN ANALOG SOURCE
In normal operation, the audio or video source
selected for listening through the SR3001 is sent to
the record outputs.
This means that any program you are watching
or listening to may be recorded simply by placing
machines connected to the outputs for TAPE OUT,
CD-R/MD OUT, VCR1 OUT, and DSS/VCR2 OUT in
the record mode.
Recording the video from one source and the
audio from another
You can add the sound from one source to the
video of another source to make your own video
recordings.
Below is an example of recording the sound from
a compact disc player connected to CD IN and the
video from a video camera connected to VCR1 to
video cassette recorder connected to the DSS/VCR2
OUT jack.
1.
2.
To record the input source signal you are currently
watching or listening to
1.
TV
VCR1
DSS/VCR2
DVD
TUNER
CD
TAPE
CDR/MD
TV
VOL.
POWER
AUX1
AMP
SLEEP
MUTE
MAIN
VOL.
AV SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
INPUT SELECTOR
DISP
SLEEP
7.1CH INPUT
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
TV
VCR1
DSS/VCR2
DVD
TUNER
CD
TAPE
CDR/MD
1.
TV
VOL.
OSD
1.
AUX1
AMP
SLEEP
MUTE
ENTER
PHONES
MAIN
MAIN
VOL.
3.
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1.
MENU
Select the input source to record by turning the
INPUT FUNCTION SELECTOR knob on the
front panel or simply press the input selector
buttons on the remote.
The input source is now selected and you may
watch or listen to it as desired.
2.
OSD
MENU
NIG
MTX 6.1
S. SPEAKER B
STANDBY
POWER ON/OFF
ST
The currently selected input source signal
is output to the TAPE OUT, CD-R/MD OUT,
VCR1 OUT, and DSS/VCR2 OUT outputs for
recording.
Start recording to the recording component as
desired.
2.
Switch the video output source to VCR1 by
simply pressing the input selector buttons on
the remote.
Switch the audio input source to CD by simply
pressing the input selector buttons on the
remote.
HT-EQ
7.1 CH INPUT
AV SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
INPUT SELECTOR
DISP
SLEEP
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
MTX 6.1
PEAK
ATT
EQ
ANALOG
DIGITAL
SURROUND
DIGITAL
L
R
C
LFE
AAC PCM
SL
S
SR
DOWN
7.1CH INPUT
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
MEMORY
CLEAR
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
MUTE
STANDBY
POWER ON/OFF
DISPLAY
S. SPEAKER B
ENTER
PHONES
Press the HT-EQ button on the front panel to turn on
the HT-EQ mode.
The tonal balance of a film soundtrack will be
excessively bright and harsh when played back over
audio equipment in the home. This is because film
soundtracks were designed to be played back in large
movie theater environments.
Activating the HT-EQ feature when watching a film
made for movie theaters corrects this and restores
the correct tonal balance.
The HT-EQ feature can be activated only while in
Dolby Pro Logic Mode, or while decoding Dolby
Digital or DTS encoded material.
The SR3001 is equipped for future expansion through
the use of Multi channel SACD multichannel player or
DVD-Audio player.
When this is selected, the input signals connected to
the L(front left), R (front right), CENTER, SL (surround
left), SR (surround right) and SBL (surround back left)
and SBR (surround back right) channels of the 7.1
CH. In jacks are output directly to the front (left and
right), center, surround (left and right) and surround
back speaker systems as well as the pre-out jacks
without passing through the surround circuitry.
In addition, the signal input to the SW (subwoofer)
jack is output to the PRE OUT SW (subwoofer) jack.
When 7.1 CH. INPUT is selected, the last video input
used remains routed to the Monitor Outputs.
This permits simultaneous viewing with video
sources
2. 1.
AV SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
POWER
INPUT SELECTOR
DISP
SLEEP
7.1CH INPUT
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
AUTO
HT-EQ
MULTI
AUTO
1.
TV
VCR1
DSS/VCR2
DVD
TUNER
CD
TAPE
CDR/MD
S. SPEAKER B
STANDBY
3.
Now “CD” has been selected as the audio input
source and “VCR1” as the video input source.
Notes:
• If you change the input source during recording, you
will record the signals from the newly selected input
source.
• You cannot record the surround effects.
• There is no conversion from digital to analog .
When connecting CD players and other digital
components, do not connect only the digital
terminals, but the analog ones as well.
POWER ON/OFF
PHONES
4.
TV
VOL.
AUX1
AMP
SLEEP
MUTE
OSD
MENU
4.
ENTER
SET UP/
T.TONE
VOLUME
PURE DIRECT
SURROUND
MENU OFF
DTS
2
3
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7
8
9
CLEAR
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
R
C
AUTO
1
DIGITAL
L
MAIN
VOL.
LFE
SL
S
NIGHT
SR
DOWN
MEMORY
UP
CLEAR
MUTE
BAND
T-MODE
ATT
2.
6
7.1CH IN
0
CHANNEL/SKIP
1.
Select a desired Video source to decide the
routed video signal to the Monitor Outputs .
2.
Press the 7.1 CH INPUT button on the front
panel or press 7.1 CH IN on the remote to
switch the 7.1 channel input.
If it is necessary to adjust the output level of
each channel, press the CH.SEL button on the
remote.
Adjust the speaker output levels so that you can
hear the same sound level from each speaker
at the listening position. For the front left, front
right, center, surround left, surround right and
surround back speakers, the output levels can
be adjusted between –10 to +10 dB.
MENU STRUCTURE of 7.1CH INPUT LEVEL setup
7.1 CH INPUT LEVEL
This menu is to adjust the speaker levels for 7.1channel input sources.
Here you will adjust the volume for each channel so
that they are all heard by the listener at the same
level.
1. 3. 5.
4. 5.
2. 5.
DISP
MULTI
SLEEP
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
ST
DIRECT
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
PEAK
ATT
MTX 6.1
ANALOG
DIGITAL
EQ
7.1-C
>-10>…>0>…>+10dB
7.1-R
>-10>…>0>…>+10dB
SURROUND
7.1-SR
>-10>…>0>…>+10dB
7.1-SBR
>-10>…>0>…>+10dB
7.1-SBL
>-10>…>0>…>+10dB
7.1-SL
>-10>…>0>…>+10dB
7.1-SW
>-15>…>0>…>+10dB
DIGITAL
L
R
C
LFE
AAC PCM
These adjustments result will be stored to 7.1
CH. INPUT memory.
SL
S
SR
DO
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
DISPLAY
MEMORY
CLEAR
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
EAKER
Adjust the main volume with the MAIN VOLUME
knob or the VOL buttons on the remote.
ENTER
ES
To cancel the 7.1 CH. INPUT setting, press the 7.1
CH INPUT button on the front panel or press 7.1 CH
IN on the remote.
4. 5.
TV
VOL.
SLEEP
MUTE
OSD
Notes:
• When the 7.1 CH. Input is in use, you may not select
a surround mode, as the external decoder determines
processing.
• In addition, there is no signal at the record outputs
when the 7.1 CH. Input is in use.
>-10>…>0>…>+10dB
D RECEIVER SR3001
The subwoofer can be adjusted between –15
and +10 dB.
4.
7.1-L
ENGLISH
3.
MAIN
VOL.
MENU
1. 3. 5.
ENTER
SET UP/
T.TONE
PURE DIRECT
MENU OFF
AUTO
DTS
2. 5.
1.
Press the CH.SEL button on the remote to
enter this menu.
2.
Press 3 or 4 cursor button to select desired
channel.
3.
Using the 1 or 2 cursor button, adjust the
volume level of each channel.
Maximum
+10dB
+9dB
button
1 dB interval
Reference
0dB
1 dB interval
button
-9dB
Minimum
-10dB
Notes:
• When no operation is taken for 5 seconds, the level
setup mode will be cancelled.
• The condition of these setup will be memorized to
7.1CH INPUT source.
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ENGLISH
BASIC OPERATION
MANUAL TUNING
(TUNER)
2.
(FM) TUNING MODE (AUTO STEREO OR MONO)
1.
1.
LISTENING TO THE TUNER
SLEEP
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
PEAK
MTX 6.1
ATT
EQ
ANALOG
L
Frequency scan step for AM is selectable.
Default setup is 10 kHz step, if your country’s standard
is 9 kHz step, Press TUNER button on the remote
more than 6 seconds. Scan step will change.
Note:
Preset memory for the tuner will clear by changing
this setup.
AUTO TUNING
TV
VCR1
DSS/VCR2
DVD
TUNER
CD
TAPE
CDR/MD
TV
VOL.
DISP
SLEEP
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
MTX 6.1
PEAK
ATT
ANALOG
SURROUND
EQ
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
L
SL
AUX1
AMP
SLEEP
MUTE
DISPLAY
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
HT-EQ
MENU
S
CHANNEL/SKIP
CLEAR
MUTE
HT-EQ
MENU
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
2.
BASS
INPUT/DISC+
TREBLE
RDS
F.DIRECT
AUDIO
SUB-T/ATT
PTY
2.
3.
AUX1
AMP
SLEEP
MUTE
T-MODE
RDS
F.DIRECT
AUDIO
SUB-T/ATT
S
PTY
2.
While pressing the MEMO button, press the 2
cursor button.
SR
UP
CH.SEL
MAIN
VOL.
DISPLAY
MEMORY
LIP.SYNC
“AUTO PRESET” will appear on the display,
and scanning starts from the lowest frequency.
CLEAR
MUTE
ATT
SYSTEM REMOTE CONTROLLER
R
C
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
LFE
S
SR
DISPLAY
MEMORY
CLEAR
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
3.
CHANNEL/SKIP
2.
BASS
TREBLE
TUNE/SEARCH
T-MODE
RDS
F.DIRECT
AUDIO
SUB-T/ATT
PTY
To select tuner and desired band (FM or AM),
press the BAND button on the front panel
2.
Press the 3 or 4 cursor buttons on the front
panel to select the desired station.
(Using the remote control unit)
1.
To select tuner and desired band (FM or AM),
press the TUNER button twice within in two
seconds on the remote.
2.
Press the 5 or 6 on the remote to tune in the
desired station.
3.
POWER
TV
VCR1
DSS/VCR2
When in the auto stereo mode, AUTO indicator will
be illuminated on the display.
The “ST” indicator is illuminated when a stereo
broadcast is tuned in.
At open frequencies, the noise is muted and the
“TUNED” and “ST” indicators are not illuminated.
If the signal is weak, it may be difficult to tune into the
station in stereo. In such a case, press the T-MODE
button on the front panel or remote.
“AUTO” indicator is not illuminated, if FM stereo
broadcasts are received in monaural and the “ST”
indicator is not illuminated.
To return to auto stereo mode, press the T-MODE
button or press T-MODE button on the remote again.
AUTO indicator is illuminated on the display.
PRESET MEMORY
DIRECT FREQUENCY CALL
To select tuner and desired band (FM or AM),
press the BAND button on the front panel.
Press the 3 or 4 cursor buttons on the front
panel for more than 1 second to start the auto
tuning function.
INPUT/DISC+
R
C
LFE
RC5500SR
(Using the SR3001)
1.
EQ
DOWN
1.
TUNE/SEARCH
T-MODE
SURROUND
DIGITAL
SL
(Using the SR3001)
ENTER
AUTO
ANALOG
DIGITAL
L
INPUT/DISC+
SR
MEMORY
ATT
AAC PCM
MUTE
R
C
PEAK
ENTER
AUTO
MAIN
VOL.
0
SIMPLE
SETUP
VOLUME
HT
0
RROUND
MODE
DOWN
PURE
DIRECT
CDR/MD
DOWN
LFE
AAC PCM
RROUND
MODE
DVD
TAPE
To select FM , press the BAND button on the
front panel.
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
SL
1.
DSS/VCR2
CD
SURROUND
AAC PCM
1.
VCR1
TV
VOL.
DISP
2.
TV
TUNER
1.
DTS
PURE DIRECT
AUTO
1
2
3
NIGHT
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
6
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7
8
9
CLEAR
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
7.1CH IN
Each time the tuner finds a station, scanning
will pause and the station will be played for five
seconds.
During this time, the following operations are
possible.
The band can be changed by the BAND button.
4.
If no button is pressed during this period, the
current station is memorized in location Preset
02.
If you wish to skip the current station, press the
3 cursor button during this period, this station is
skipped and auto presetting continues.
5.
Operation stops automatically when all 50
preset memory positions are filled or when auto
scanning attains the highest end of all bands.
If you desire to stop the auto preset memory at
anytime, press the CLEAR button.
MANUAL PRESET MEMORY
With this unit you can preset up to 50 FM/AM stations
in any order.
For each station, you can memorize the frequency
and reception mode if desired.
3.
RECEIVER SR3001
PURE DIRECT
DISP
SLEEP
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
MTX 6.1
PEAK
ATT
ANALOG
SURROUND
EQ
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
L
CHANNEL/SKIP
TUNER
CD
CDR/MD
BASS
AAC PCM
TREBLE
TUNE/SEARCH
S
SR
AUTO PRESET MEMORY
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
DISPLAY
MEMORY
RB
AUX1
TV
VOL.
Automatic searching begins then stops when a
station is tuned in.
TAPE
R
C
LFE
SL
1.
SLEEP
AMP
MUTE
MAIN
VOL.
2.
T-MODE
INPUT/DISC+
AUDIO
RDS
SUB-T/ATT
CH.SEL
OSD
F.DIRECT
PTY
LIP.SYNC
ENTER
SET UP/
T.TONE
0
DVD
2. 4.
This function automatically scans the FM and AM
band and enters all stations with proper signal
strength into the memory.
ENTER
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
EXIT
BAND
3.
2.
MENU OFF
1
2
3
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
6
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7
8
9
CLEAR
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
NIGHT
7.1CH IN
0
CHANNEL/SKIP
BASS
TREBLE
T-MODE
MENU
DTS
AUTO
TUNE/SEARCH
RDS
F.DIRECT
SYSTEM REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC
(Using the remote control unit)
1.
2.
3.
To select tuner and desired band (FM or AM),
press the TUNER button twice within in two
seconds on the remote.
Press the 5 or 6 for more than 1 second on
the remote.
Automatic searching begins then stops when a
station is tuned in.
If tuning does not stop at the desired station, use to
the “Manual tuning” operation.
1.
2.
2. 4.
00SR
To select tuner and desired band (FM or AM),
press the TUNER button twice within two
seconds on the remote.
Press the F.DIRECT on the remote, display will
show “FREQ - - - -”.
3.
Input your desired station’s frequency with the
numeric buttons on the remote.
4.
The desired station will automatically be tuned.
2. 5. 1. 3.
(Using the SR3001)
AV SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
INPUT SELECTOR
VOLUME
DISP
SLEEP
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
MTX 6.1
PEAK
ATT
EQ
ANALOG
DIGITAL
L
S
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
DISPLAY
MEMORY
CLEAR
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
S. SPEAKER B
ENTER
PHONES
Press the MEMO button on the front panel. “– –“
(preset number) starts blinking on the display.
3.
Select the preset number by pressing the 3
or 4 cursor buttons, while this is still blinking
(approx. 5 seconds)
4.
Press the MEMO button again to enter. The
display stops blinking.
UP
MUTE
STANDBY
2.
SR
DOWN
7.1CH INPUT
Tune into the radio station you desire (Refer to
the “MANUAL TUNING” or “AUTO TUNING”
section).
R
C
LFE
SL
POWER ON/OFF
1.
SURROUND
DIGITAL
AAC PCM
ATT
The station is now stored in the specified preset
memory location.
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1.
PRESET SCAN
SORTING PRESET STATIONS
Tune into the radio station you desire (Refer to
the “MANUAL TUNING” or “AUTO TUNING”
section).
2.
SET UP/
T.TONE
3.
RECALLING A PRESET STATION
1.
SET UP/
T.TONE
PURE DIRECT
1.
EIVER SR3001
DISP
SLEEP
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
MTX 6.1
PEAK
ATT
EQ
ANALOG
DIGITAL
SURROUND
DIGITAL
L
SL
2
3
NIGHT
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
6
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7.1CH IN
7
8
9
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
R
C
S
DTS
1
LFE
AAC PCM
MENU OFF
AUTO
SR
DO
CLEAR
0
SURROUND
MODE
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
DISPLAY
MEMORY
CLEAR
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
ENTER
1.
CHANNEL/SKIP
BASS
TREBLE
T-MODE
TUNE/SEARCH
RDS
F.DIRECT
AUTO
1
2
3
NIGHT
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
6
DISPLAY
MCH-ST
STEREO
7.1CH IN
7
8
9
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
SLEEP
Select the desired preset station by pressing
the 1 or 2 cursor buttons on the front panel
TUNED
DIRECT
ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
PEAK
MTX 6.1
ATT
ANALOG
SURROUND
EQ
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
3.
INPUT/DISC+
1.
3.
SURROUND
MODE
7.1CH INPUT
PURE
DIRECT
RDS
F.DIRECT
AUDIO
SUB-T/ATT
PTY
LIP SYNC
SET UP/
T.TONE
2. 3.
DISC 6.1
MTX 6.1
PEAK
ATT
EQ
ANALOG
SURROUND
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
L
SL
S
1
2
3
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
6
2.
MCH-ST
STEREO
7.1CH IN
7
8
9
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
DISPLAY
4.
CLEAR
T-MODE
3.
BASS
INPUT/DISC+
CH.SEL
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
TREBLE
A → B → C ... Z → 1 → 2 → 3 ..... 0 → – → +
→ / → (Blank) → A
UP →
← DOWN
5.
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
PEAK
MTX 6.1
ATT
ANALOG
DIGITAL
EQ
To move back and forth between the characters,
press the 1 / 2 cursor buttons or press 4 or ¢
buttons on the remote.
Note:
Unused columns should be filled by entering
blanks.
SURROUND
DIGITAL
L
R
C
LFE
AAC PCM
S
SR
DOWN
SURROUND
MODE
7.1CH INPUT
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
DISPLAY
MEMORY
UP
CLEAR
S. SPEAKER B
MUTE
ENTER
AUTO
HT-EQ
MENU
EXIT
After selecting the first character to be entered,
press the MEMO or ENTER buttons, press the
MEMO button on the remote.
The entry in this column is fixed and the next
column starts to flash. Fill the next column the
same way.
2. 5. 6.
BAND
T-MODE
PHONES
CHANNEL/SKIP
MUTE
When you press the 3 or 4 cursor buttons on
the front panel or the 5 / 6 buttons on the
remote, alphabetic and numeric characters will
be displayed in the following order:
VOLUME
DISP
POWER ON/OFF
BAND
4.
This function allows the name of each preset channel to
be entered using alphanumeric characters.
Before name inputting, you need to store preset
stations with the preset memory operation.
STANDBY
0
MEMORY
The left most column of the station name
indicator flashes, indicating the character entry
ready status.
NAME INPUT OF THE PRESET STATION.
SL
DOWN
EXIT
3.
T-MODE
DTS
AUTO
NIGHT
SR
DISPLAY
BAND
AV SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
PURE DIRECT
CLEAR
ENTER
EXIT
INPUT SELECTOR
R
C
MENU
If you have stations memorized, and there is a gap in
the sequential order:
I.e. the stations are stored as follows
1) 87.1 MHz
2) 93.1 MHz
3) 94.7 MHz
10) 105.9 MHz
(notice there is no stations programmed for pre sets
for 4-9), you can have pre set 10 become pre set 5:
To sort the numbers, press and hold the MEMO and
the 4 cursor buttons.
“PRESET SORT” will appear on the display and
sorting will be done.
MENU OFF
LFE
AAC PCM
Press the MEMO button on the front panel or
press the MEMO button on the remote for more
than 3 seconds.
ATT
ENTER
HT-EQ
SLEEP
NIGHT
UP
CLEAR
PHONES
You can remove preset stations from the memory
using the following procedure.
V – OFF
SR
MEMORY
MUTE
AUTO
CLEARING STORED PRESET STATIONS
ST
DISPLAY
STANDBY
POWER ON/OFF
(Using the remote control unit)
1. Press the P.SCAN on the remote.
“PRESET SCAN” appears on the display and
then the preset station with the lowest preset
number is recalled first.
2. Preset stations are recalled in sequence (No.1
→ No.2 → etc.) for 5 seconds each.
No stored preset number will be skipped.
3. You can fast forward the preset stations by
pressing the ¢ continuously.
When the desired preset station is received,
cancel the preset scan operation by pressing
the CLEAR button or P.SCAN on the remote.
VOLUME
SIMPLE
SETUP
S. SPEAKER B
TUNE/SEARCH
T-MODE
CH SEL
Press the 4 or ¢ buttons to select the desired
preset station, or input your desired preset channel
with the numeric buttons on the remote.
S
DOWN
0
TREBLE
R
C
LFE
SL
CHANNEL/SKIP
BASS
(Using the remote control unit)
1.
AUTO
AUTO SURR
L
(Using the SR3001)
1.
MULTI
AAC PCM
CLEAR
2.
VOLUME
DTS
DISP
Enter the desired preset number by pressing
the numeric buttons.
Note:
When entering a single digit number (2 for example),
either input “02” or just input “2” and wait for a few
seconds.
PURE DIRECT
3.
Recall the preset number to be inputted name
with the method described in “Recalling” a
preset station.
AV SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
INPUT SELECTOR
Press the MEMO button on the remote. “– –“
(preset number) starts blinking on the display.
1.
MENU OFF
ENGLISH
(Using the remote control unit)
ATT
6.
To save the name, press the MEMO button
on the front panel or remote for more than 2
seconds.
TUNE/SEARCH
T-MODE
RDS
F.DIRECT
AUDIO
SUB-T/ATT
PTY
LIP.SYNC
Recall the preset number to be cleared with the
method described in “Recalling” a preset station.
Press the MEMO button on the front panel or
press the MEMO button on the remote.
The stored preset number blinks in the display
for 5 seconds. While blinking, press the CLEAR
button on the front panel or the remote.
“xx CLEAR” appears on the display to indicate
that the specified preset number has been
cleared.
5.
OSD
MENU
ENTER
5.
2. 5. 6.
SET UP/
T.TONE
PURE DIRECT
NIGHT
DISPLAY
CLEAR
MENU OFF
DTS
AUTO
1
2
3
CSII
EX/ES
VIRTUAL
4
5
6
MCH-ST
STEREO
7.1CH IN
7
8
9
MEMO
A/D
P.SCAN/V-OFF
0
CHANNEL/SKIP
5.
4.
BASS
INPUT/DISC+
CH.SEL
TREBLE
TUNE/SEARCH
T-MODE
RDS
AUDIO
SUB-T/ATT
Ten keypad
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
Press, press again, press again, etc.
A→ B→ C→ 1→ A
D→E→F→2→D
G→H→I→3→G
J→K→L→4→J
M→N→O→5→M
P→Q→R→6→P
S→T→U→7→S
V→W→X→8→V
Y → Z → space → 9 → Y
–→+→/→0
F.DIRECT
PTY
LIP.SYNC
Note:
To clear all stored preset stations, press and hold the
CLEAR and the ENTER buttons for two seconds.
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ENGLISH
SURROUND
SPEAKER B SYSTEM
The Surround Speaker B system is a function which
allows you to listen to the same source in a room other
than the room in which the SR3001 is located.
The operations possible with the Surround speaker
function are explained briefly below.
ANOTHER ROOM PLAYBACK USING THE
S(SURROUND) SPEAKER B TERMINALS
The SR3001 allows you to connect another set
of speakers and place them in a another room or
separated area for listening to music.
The SURROUND SPEAKER B system can not be
operated with the supplied remote controller.
1.
2.
AV SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
INPUT SELECTOR
VOLUME
DISP
SLEEP
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
MTX 6.1
PEAK
ATT
EQ
ANALOG
DIGITAL
SURROUND
DIGITAL
L
R
C
LFE
AAC PCM
SL
S
SR
DOWN
SURROUND
MODE
7.1CH INPUT
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
MEMORY
UP
CLEAR
MUTE
STANDBY
ATT
ENTER
AUTO
POWER ON/OFF
32
DISPLAY
S. SPEAKER B
HT-EQ
MENU
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
PHONES
1.
Press the S(Surround) SPEAKER B button.
The unit enters surround speaker B mode and
the “SPKR B” will appear on the display.
2.
The volume of S. SPEAKER B is interlocked
with the main volume.
Notes for SURROUND SPEAKER B
• SURROUND SPEAKER B On/ Off is available in
main room only.
• SURROUND SPEAKER B output terminals can be
used when the SURROUND BACK SPEAKER is set
NONE in SPEAKER SETUP menu. (See SPEAKER
SETUP, page 18)
• “The Surr. Back Speakers are in use” is displayed
by pressing the S. SPEAKER B button when the
SURROUND BACK SPEAKER is set except NONE
in SPEAKER SETUP menu. (See SPEAKER SETUP,
page 18)
• Surround Speaker B function is unavailable, while
the unit is 7.1 CH input mode.
In case of trouble, check the following before calling for service:
1.
Are the connections made properly ?
2.
Are you operating the unit properly following the user’s guide ?
3.
Are the power amplifiers and speaker working properly ?
If the unit does not operate properly, check items shown in the following table.
If your trouble cannot be recovered with the remedy actions listed in the following table, malfunction of the
internal circuitry is suspected; immediately unplug the power cable and contact your dealer, nearest Marantz
authorized dealer or the Marantz Service Center in your country.
SYMPTOM
CAUSE
SYMPTOM
CAUSE
Can not select EX/ES mode.
Surround center= NONE has been
selected in SPEAKERS SIZE SETUP
Make the correct setting.
Input signal is incompatible.
Use 5.1channel source.
Can not select Pro Logic IIx
mode.
Input signal is incompatible.
Use 2 channel Dolby Digital input signal, PCM input
signal or analog input signal.
Can not select Neo:6 mode.
Input signal is incompatible.
Use 2 channel Dolby Digital input signal, PCM input
signal or analog input signal.
Can not select CSII mode.
Input signal is incompatible.
Use 2 channel Dolby Digital input signal, PCM input
signal or analog input signal.
No output to Sub Woofer Out.
Sub-woofer = NONE has been selected in
SETUP mode.
Select Sub-woofer = YES.
Noise is produced during DTSencoded CD or laser disc play.
Analog has been selected for input.
Be sure to perform digital connection, select digital
input, then play.
A specific channel does not
produce output.
Nothing recorded on source.
Check the encoded channel on the source side.
FM or AM reception fails.
Antenna connection is incomplete.
Correctly connect the indoor FM and AM antennas to
FM and AM antenna outlets.
Noise is heard during AM
reception.
Reception is affected by other electrical
fields.
Try changing location where the AM indoor antenna
is set up.
Noise is heard during FM
reception.
The radio waves from the broadcasting
station are weak.
Install an FM outdoor antenna.
REMEDY
REMEDY
SR3001 cannot be turned up.
The power plug is not connected.
Connect the power plug to the outlet.
No sound and picture are
output even when power is on.
Mute is on.
Cancel mute using the remote control unit.
The input cable is not connected correctly.
See the connection diagram and connect the cables
correctly.
The master volume control is turned all
the way down.
Adjust the master volume.
The function selector position is wrong.
Select correct position.
No speaker output.
The headphones are connected to the
headphone jack.
Disconnect the headphones. (Speakers will not
output sound when headphones are connected.)
Incorrect Audio or Video for
selected source.
Input cable connected incorrectly.
Connect the cable correctly by referring to the
connection diagram.
Cannot get programmed
station when the PRESET
button is pressed.
Preset data has been erased.
Disconnecting power plug for long periods of time will
erase preset data. If that happens, input the preset
data again.
Incorrect Audio from a
channel.
Speaker cable connected incorrectly.
Connect the cable correctly by referring to the
connection diagram.
Control with the remote
control unit fails.
Batteries are consumed.
Replace all the batteries with new ones.
No Audio output from the
center channel speaker.
The center speaker cable connection is
incomplete.
Connect the cable correctly.
Remote controller's function-key setting
is wrong.
Select different position from which equipment will
be controlled.
STEREO has been selected for Surround
mode.
When STEREO is selected for Surround mode, no
sound will be output from the center speaker. Set
another Surround mode.
The distance between this SR3001 and
the remote commander is too far.
Move closer to this SR3001.
Make the correct setting.
Something is blocking SR3001 and the
remote commander.
Remove offending object.
Center = NONE has been selected in
SETUP mode.
The surround speaker cable connection
is incomplete.
Connect the cable correctly.
STEREO has been selected for Surround
mode.
When STEREO has been selected for Surround
mode, no sound will be output from the surround
speaker. Set another Surround mode.
Surround = NONE has been selected in
SETUP mode.
Make the correct setting.
The surround back speaker cable
connection is incomplete.
Connect the cable correctly.
Surround mode is not EX/ES mode.
Set surround mode EX/ES.
Surround back = NONE has been selected
in SPEAKERS SIZE SETUP
Make the correct setting.
No Audio output from the
surround speakers.
No Audio output from the
surround back speakers.
ENGLISH
TROUBLESHOOTING
33
-
after waiting at least three minutes, reconnect
the plug to the AC line supply
-
re-attempt to operate the equipment
Memory backup
• In case a power outage occurs or the power
cord is accidentally unplugged, the SR3001
is equipped with a backup function to prevent
memory data such as the preset memory from
being erased.
FM TUNER SECTION
Frequency Range .................................87.5 - 108.0 MHz
Usable Sensitivity ............................IHF 1.8 µV/16.4 dBf
Signal to Noise Ratio ................... Mono/Stereo 75/70 dB
Distortion......................................Mono/Stereo 0.2/0.3 %
Stereo Separation .........................................1 kHz 45 dB
Alternate Channel Selectivity .................± 300 kHz 60 dB
Image Rejection .........................................98 MHz 70 dB
Tuner Output Level ........... 1 kHz, ± 75 kHz Dev 800 mV
AM TUNER SECTION
Frequency Range .................................... 520 - 1710 kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio .............................................. 50 dB
Usable Sensitivity .................................... Loop 400mV/m
Distortion...................................400Hz, 30 % Mod. 0.5 %
Selectivity.................................................± 18 kHz 70 dB
15-3/8 ins.
(387.5 mm)
disconnect the plug from the AC line supply
DIMENSIONS
1 in.
(25 mm)
-
TECHNICAL
SPECIFICATIONS
13-1/2 ins.
(342.5 mm)
ENGLISH
GENERAL MALFUNCTION
If the equipment malfunctions, this may be because
an electrostatic discharge or AC line interference has
corrupted the information in the equipment memory
circuits. Therefore:
AUDIO SECTION
AV SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
INPUT SELECTOR
VOLUME
DISP
SLEEP
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
MTX 6.1
PEAK
ATT
ANALOG
SURROUND
EQ
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
L
R
C
LFE
AAC PCM
SL
S
SR
DOWN
SURROUND
MODE
7.1CH INPUT
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
MEMORY
UP
CLEAR
S. SPEAKER B
MUTE
STANDBY
ATT
ENTER
AUTO
POWER ON/OFF
DISPLAY
HT-EQ
MENU
EXIT
13/16 ins.
(20 mm)
Power Output (20 Hz - 20 kHz/THD=0.08%)
Front L&R ............................................8 ohms 60 W / Ch
Center ..................................................8 ohms 60 W / Ch
Surround L&R ......................................8 ohms 60 W / Ch
Surround Back L&R .............................8 ohms 60 W / Ch
HOW TO RESET THE UNIT
BAND
T-MODE
PHONES
Front L&R ............................................6 ohms 75 W / Ch
Center ..................................................6 ohms 75 W / Ch
Surround L&R ......................................6 ohms 75 W / Ch
Surround Back L&R .............................6 ohms 75 W / Ch
17-5/16 ins. (440 mm)
AV SURROUND RECEIVER SR3001
VIDEO
Television Format....................................................NTSC
Input Level/Impedance ........................... 1 Vp-p/75 ohms
Output Level/Impedance......................... 1 Vp-p/75 ohms
Video Frequency Response .......5 Hz to 8 MHz (– 1 dB)
Video Frequency (Component) ....5 Hz to 80 MHz (– 1 dB)
S/N .......................................................................... 60 dB
GENERAL
Power Requirement ................................AC 120 V 60 Hz
Power Consumption ................................................ 3.5 A
Weight ................................................. 24.5 lbs (11.1 Kg)
ACCESSORIES
Remote Control Unit RC5500SR ................................... 1
AAA-size batteries ........................................................ 2
FM Antenna ................................................................... 1
AM Loop Antenna .......................................................... 1
Specifications subject to change without prior notice.
34
SLEEP
MULTI
AUTO
AUTO SURR
TUNED
DIRECT
ST
V – OFF
DISC 6.1
NIGHT
MT X 6.1
PEAK
ATT
ANALOG
SURROUND
EQ
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
L
R
C
LFE
PCM
SL
S
SR
DOWN
SURROUND
MODE
7.1CH INPUT
PURE
DIRECT
SIMPLE
SETUP
MEMORY
ENTER
AUTO
PHONES
UP
CLEAR
MUTE
STANDBY
POWER ON/OFF
DISPLAY
S. SPEAKER B
HT-EQ
MENU
EXIT
BAND
T-MODE
ATT
5-3/4 ins.
(146 mm)
6-7/16 ins.
(162.3 mm)
Should the operation or display seem to be abnormal,
reset the unit with the following procedure.
The SR3001 is turned on, press and hold the
7.1CH INPUT and ATT buttons simultaneously for 3
seconds or more.
Remember that the procedure will reset the settings
of the function selector, Surround mode, delay time,
TUNER PRESET etc., to their initial settings.
VOLUME
DISP
11/16 ins.
(16.3 mm)
INPUT SELECTOR
Input Sensitivity/Impedance ...............168 mV/ 47 Kohms
Signal to Noise Ratio(Analog Input / Pure Direct) .... 105 dB
Frequency Response
(Analog Input / Pure Direct)
............................................8 Hz - 100 kHz (± 3 dB)
(Digital Input / 96 kHz PCM)
............................................. 8 Hz - 45 kHz (± 3 dB)
SETUP CODES
CD
Aiwa .................................................................................. 0184
Burmester ......................................................................... 0447
California Audio Labs........................................................ 0056
Carver ..................................................................... 0184, 0206
Classic .............................................................................. 0324
Denon ............................................................................... 0030
DKK .................................................................................. 0027
DMX Electronics ............................................................... 0184
Emerson ........................................................................... 0332
Fisher...................................................................... 0352, 0206
Garrard ............................................................................. 0447
Genexxa ................................................................. 0059, 0332
GPX .................................................................................. 0323
Harman/Kardon ............................................ 0184, 0200, 0229
Hitachi............................................................................... 0059
Integra .............................................................................. 0128
JVC ......................................................................... 0099, 0321
Kenwood....................................................... 0055, 0064, 0217
KLH................................................................................... 0345
Koss.................................................................................. 0344
Krell .................................................................................. 0184
Linn ................................................................................... 0184
Luxman ............................................................................. 0120
LXI .................................................................................... 0332
Magnavox ............................................................... 0184, 0332
Marantz......................................................... 0999, 0056, 0184
MCS.................................................................................. 0056
Miro................................................................................... 0027
Mission ............................................................................. 0184
MTC .................................................................................. 0447
NSM.................................................................................. 0184
Onkyo ............................................................................... 0128
Optimus ................................... 0027, 0059, 0064, 0332, 0206,
0495, 0172, 0447, 0102
Panasonic ......................................................................... 0056
Parasound ........................................................................ 0447
Philips ..................................................................... 0999, 0184
Pioneer ......................................................... 0059, 0332, 0495
Polk Audio......................................................................... 0184
Proton ............................................................................... 0184
QED .................................................................................. 0184
Quad ................................................................................. 0184
Quasar .............................................................................. 0056
RadioShack ...................................................................... 0102
RCA ................................................... 0089, 0059, 0447, 0080,
0332, 0206, 0495
Realistic .................................................................. 0447, 0206
Rotel ....................................................................... 0184, 0447
SAE .................................................................................. 0184
Sansui..................................................................... 0184, 0332
Sanyo ............................................................................... 0206
Scott ................................................................................. 0332
Sears ................................................................................ 0332
Sharp ................................................................................ 0064
Sonic Frontiers ................................................................. 0184
Sony ............................................................. 0027, 0127, 0391
Soundesign....................................................................... 0172
Symphonic ........................................................................ 0332
TAG McLaren ................................................................... 0184
Tascam ............................................................................. 0447
TDK .................................................................................. 0235
Teac .................................................................................. 0447
Technics............................................................................ 0056
Victor ................................................................................ 0099
Wards ..................................................................... 0184, 0080
Yamaha .................................................................. 0063, 0319
Zonda ............................................................................... 0184
Optimus ............................................................................ 1090
Pioneer ............................................................................. 1090
Sharp ................................................................................ 1888
Sherwood ......................................................................... 1094
Sony ................................................................................. 1517
Yamaha ............................................................................ 1915
TAPE
Aiwa .............................................................. 0056, 0227, 0224
Akai................................................................................... 0310
Carver ............................................................................... 0056
Denon ............................................................................... 0103
Fisher................................................................................ 0101
Garrard ................................................................... 0466, 0335
Harman/Kardon ...................................................... 0209, 0056
JVC ......................................................................... 0271, 0300
Kenwood........................................................................... 0097
Magnavox ......................................................................... 0056
Marantz................................................................... 0056, 0036
Mitsubishi.......................................................................... 0310
NAD .................................................................................. 0171
Onkyo ........................................................... 0309, 0163, 0162
Optimus .............................................. 0054, 0247, 0466, 0364
Panasonic ......................................................................... 0256
Philips ............................................................................... 0056
Pioneer ......................................................... 0054, 0247, 0126
Polk Audio......................................................................... 0056
RCA ........................................................................ 0054, 0247
Revox ............................................................................... 0217
Sansui..................................................................... 0056, 0036
Sherwood ......................................................................... 0364
Sony ............................................................. 0270, 0197, 0318
Teac .................................................................................. 0335
Technics............................................................................ 0256
Victor ................................................................................ 0300
Wards ............................................................................... 0054
Yamaha .................................................................. 0124, 0121
CDR
Classic .............................................................................. 0324
Fisher................................................................................ 0352
Harman/Kardon ................................................................ 0229
JVC ................................................................................... 0321
Kenwood........................................................................... 0999
Marantz............................................................................. 0999
Philips ............................................................................... 0999
Pioneer ................................................................... 0089, 0114
Sony ....................................................................... 0391, 0127
TDK .................................................................................. 0235
Teac .................................................................................. 0447
Yamaha ............................................................................ 0319
SAT (DSS)
MD PLAYERS
AlphaStar .......................................................................... 0799
Chaparral .......................................................................... 0243
Crossdigital ....................................................................... 1136
DirecTV.............................................. 0419, 0593, 0666, 1666,
1169, 0274, 0776, 1776,
0751, 0846, 1883, 1103,
Denon ............................................................................... 1900
Kenwood................................................................. 1708, 1853
Marantz............................................................................. 1207
Onkyo ............................................................................... 1895
i
1136, 0126, 1470, 1469
Dish Network System ................................... 1032, 0802, 1197
Dishpro ................................................................... 1032, 0802
Echostar ....................................................... 1032, 0802, 1197
Expressvu ......................................................................... 0802
GE .................................................................................... 0593
General Instrument ........................................................... 0896
GOI ................................................................................... 0802
Hitachi............................................................................... 0846
HTS .................................................................................. 0802
Hughes Network Systems
.................................................. 1169, 0776, 1776, 1470, 1469
JVC ......................................................................... 0802, 1197
Magnavox ............................................................... 0751, 0749
Memorex........................................................................... 0751
Mitsubishi.......................................................................... 0776
Motorola............................................................................ 0896
Next Level......................................................................... 0896
Panasonic ............................................................... 0274, 0728
Paysat............................................................................... 0751
Philips ................................................ 1169, 0776, 1776, 0751,
1103, 0749, 0126, 1469
Proscan .................................................................. 0419, 0593
RadioShack ...................................................................... 0896
RCA .................................................... 0419, 0593, 0882, 0170
Samsung ................................................................ 1303, 1136
SKY .................................................................................. 0883
Sony ....................................................................... 0666, 1666
Star Choice ....................................................................... 0896
Tivo ............................................................... 1169, 1470, 1469
Toshiba ............................................... 0776, 1776, 0817, 1312
Uniden .................................................................... 0751, 0749
Zenith...................................................................... 0883, 1883
TV
Admiral ................................................................... 0120, 0490
Advent .................................................................... 0788, 0869
Aiko................................................................................... 0119
Akai............................................................... 0729, 0057, 0699
Albatron ............................................................................ 0870
America Action.................................................................. 0207
Anam ................................................................................ 0207
AOC .................................................................................. 0057
Apex Digital .................................................. 0775, 0792, 0906
Audiovox ....................................................... 0478, 0207, 0119
Bell & Howell .................................................................... 0181
Bradford ............................................................................ 0207
Broksonic ................................................................ 0263, 0490
Candle .............................................................................. 0057
Carnivale .......................................................................... 0057
Carver ............................................................................... 0081
Celebrity ........................................................................... 0027
Celera ............................................................................... 0792
Changhong ....................................................................... 0792
Citizen........................................................... 0087, 0057, 0119
Clarion .............................................................................. 0207
Contec .............................................................................. 0207
Craig ................................................................................. 0207
Crosley ............................................................................. 0081
Crown ............................................................................... 0207
Curtis Mathes .................................... 0074, 0081, 0181, 0478,
0120, 0087, 0729, 0057,
0172, 0193, 1174, 1374
CXC .................................................................................. 0207
Daewoo .............................................. 0478, 1688, 0119, 0699
Denon ............................................................................... 0172
Dumont ............................................................................. 0044
Durabrand............................................................... 0207, 0205
Electroband ...................................................................... 0027
Elektra .................................................................... 0044, 1688
Emerson ...................................................... 0181, 0263, 0490,
0207, 0205, 0198
Envision ............................................................................ 0057
Fisher................................................................................ 0181
Fujitsu ........................................................... 0710, 0880, 0836
Funai....................................................................... 0207, 0198
Futuretech ........................................................................ 0207
Gateway ................................................................. 1782, 1783
GE ..................................................... 0074, 0078, 0478, 0205,
1474, 1374, 1174
Gibralter .................................................................. 0044, 0057
GoldStar ................................................................. 0057, 0205
Grunpy .............................................................................. 0207
Hallmark ........................................................................... 0205
Harman/Kardon ................................................................ 0081
Harvard ............................................................................. 0207
Havermy ........................................................................... 0120
Hello Kitty ......................................................................... 0478
Himitsu.............................................................................. 0207
Hisense............................................................................. 0775
Hitachi..................................................................... 1172, 0172
Infinity ............................................................................... 0081
Inteq ................................................................................. 0044
JBL ................................................................................... 0081
JCB ................................................................................... 0027
Jensen .............................................................................. 0788
JVC ................................................................................... 0080
KEC .................................................................................. 0207
Kenwood........................................................................... 0057
KLH................................................................................... 0792
KTV......................................................................... 0207, 0057
LG ................................................................. 1205, 0883, 0469
LXI ............................................ 0074, 0081, 0181, 0183, 0205
Magnavox ................................. 0081, 0057, 1481, 0733, 1281
Marantz............................................... 0081, 0057, 1581, 0731
Matsushita .............................................................. 0277, 0677
Megatron ................................................................ 0205, 0172
Memorex............................................. 0181, 0490, 0177, 0205
MGA.............................................................. 0177, 0057, 0205
Midland ......................................................... 0074, 0044, 0078
Mitsubishi.................................. 0120, 0177, 1277, 0205, 0863
Monivision......................................................................... 0870
Motorola............................................................................ 0120
MTC ........................................................................ 0087, 0057
Multitech ........................................................................... 0207
NAD ........................................................................ 0183, 0205
NEC ........................................................................ 0057, 1731
Nikko............................................................. 0057, 0205, 0119
Norcent ................................................................... 0775, 0851
NTC .................................................................................. 0119
Onwa ................................................................................ 0207
Optimus .............................................. 0181, 0277, 0193, 0677
Optonica ........................................................................... 0120
Orion ....................................................................... 0263, 0490
Panasonic ..................................................... 0277, 0078, 0677
Penney .............................................. 0074, 0183, 0078, 0087,
0057, 0205, 1374
Philco ...................................................................... 0081, 0057
Philips ........................................................... 0081, 1481, 0717
Pilot................................................................................... 0057
Pioneer ................................................................... 0193, 0706
Portland ............................................................................ 0119
Prima ................................................................................ 0788
Prism ................................................................................ 0078
Proscan ........................................................ 0074, 1474, 1374
Proton ............................................................................... 0205
Pulsar ............................................................................... 0044
Quasar .......................................................... 0277, 0078, 0677
RadioShack .............................. 0074, 0181, 0207, 0057, 0205
RCA ................................................... 0074, 1474, 1274, 1574,
0117, 1174, 1074, 1374, 0706
Realistic .............................................. 0181, 0207, 0057, 0205
Runco ..................................................................... 0044, 0057
Sampo .................................................................... 0057, 1782
Samsung ............................................ 0087, 0729, 0057, 0205
Sansui............................................................................... 0490
Sanyo ............................................................................... 0181
Scotch............................................................................... 0205
Scott ............................................................. 0263, 0207, 0205
Sears .............................. 0074, 0081, 0181, 0183, 0205, 0198
Sharp ................................................................................ 0120
Sheng Chia ....................................................................... 0120
Sony ................................................................................. 0027
Soundesign............................................................. 0207, 0205
Squareview ....................................................................... 0198
SSS .................................................................................. 0207
Starlite .............................................................................. 0207
Studio Experience ............................................................ 0870
Supreme ........................................................................... 0027
SVA......................................................................... 0775, 0892
Sylvania ........................................................ 0081, 0057, 0198
Symphonic .............................................................. 0207, 0198
Tandy ................................................................................ 0120
Tatung ............................................................................... 1783
Technics.................................................................. 0277, 0078
Techwood ......................................................................... 0078
Teknika ..................................... 0081, 0207, 0177, 0087, 0119
Telefunken ........................................................................ 0729
TMK .................................................................................. 0205
TNCi ................................................................................. 0044
Toshiba .............................................. 0181, 0183, 0087, 1283,
1383, 1183, 1731, 0677
TVS................................................................................... 0490
Vector Research ............................................................... 0057
Victor ................................................................................ 0080
Vidikron............................................................................. 0081
Vidtech.............................................................................. 0205
Viewsonic ......................................................................... 1782
Wards ................................................. 0081, 0057, 0205, 1183
Waycon ............................................................................. 0183
White Westinghouse......................................................... 0490
Yamaha ............................................................................ 0057
Zenith.................................................. 0044, 0490, 0205, 0119
VCR
Admiral ................................................................... 0075, 0236
Adventura ......................................................................... 0027
Aiwa ........................................................................ 0064, 0027
American High .................................................................. 0062
Asha ................................................................................. 0267
Audiovox ........................................................................... 0064
Beaumark ......................................................................... 0267
Bell & Howell .................................................................... 0131
ii
Broksonic ............................................ 0211, 0148, 0236, 1506
Calix.................................................................................. 0064
Canon ............................................................................... 0062
Carver ............................................................................... 0108
Citizen..................................................................... 0064, 1305
Craig ............................................................. 0064, 0074, 0267
Curtis Mathes ..................................... 0087, 0062, 0189, 1062
Cybernex .......................................................................... 0267
Daewoo .................................................................. 0072, 1305
Denon ............................................................................... 0069
Durabrand......................................................................... 0066
Dynatech .......................................................................... 0027
Electrohome ..................................................................... 0064
Electrophonic .................................................................... 0064
Emerex ............................................................................. 0059
Emerson ............................................ 0064, 0211, 0027, 0148,
0070, 0236, 1305, 1506
Fisher...................................................................... 0074, 0131
Fuji .......................................................................... 0062, 0060
Funai................................................................................. 0027
Garrard ............................................................................. 0027
GE .................................. 0087, 0062, 0267, 1087, 1062, 0834
GoldStar ................................................................. 0064, 1264
Gradiente .......................................................................... 0027
Harley Davidson ............................................................... 0027
Harman/Kardon ................................................................ 0108
HI-Q .................................................................................. 0074
Hitachi..................................................................... 0027, 0069
Hughes Network Systems ................................................ 0069
JVC ................................................................................... 0094
KEC .................................................................................. 0064
Kenwood........................................................................... 0094
Kodak ..................................................................... 0062, 0064
Lloyd’s .............................................................................. 0027
LXI .................................................................................... 0064
Magnasonic ...................................................................... 1305
Magnavox ................................. 0062, 0066, 0108, 0027, 1808
Magnin .............................................................................. 0267
Marantz......................................................... 0062, 0108, 1408
Marta ................................................................................ 0064
Matsushita .............................................................. 0062, 0189
MEI ................................................................................... 0062
Memorex.................................. 0062, 0189, 0064, 0075, 0066,
0074, 0267, 0027, 0131, 0236, 1264
MGA........................................................................ 0267, 0070
MGN Technology .............................................................. 0267
Minolta .............................................................................. 0069
Mitsubishi...................................................... 0094, 0070, 0834
Motorola.................................................................. 0062, 0075
MTC ........................................................................ 0267, 0027
Multitech ........................................................................... 0027
NAD .................................................................................. 0085
NEC ........................................................................ 0131, 0094
Nikko................................................................................. 0064
Noblex .............................................................................. 0267
Olympus ........................................................................... 0062
Optimus ....................................................... 1089, 0189, 0064,
0075, 0131, 0085
Orion ............................................................. 0211, 0236, 1506
Panasonic .................................................... 1089, 0062, 0189,
0252, 1062, 0643
Penney ........................................................ 0062, 0064, 0267,
0069, 1264, 1062
Pentax .............................................................................. 0069
Philco ................................................................................ 0062
Philips ........................................................... 0062, 0108, 0645
Pilot................................................................................... 0064
Pioneer ................................................................... 0094, 0085
Polk Audio......................................................................... 0108
Profitronic ......................................................................... 0267
Proscan .................................................................. 0087, 1087
Pulsar ............................................................................... 0066
Quasar .......................................................... 0062, 0189, 1062
RadioShack ...................................................................... 0027
Radix ................................................................................ 0064
Randex ............................................................................. 0064
RCA ................................................... 0087, 0267, 0069, 1062,
0907, 0085, 0834, 1087
Realistic ....................................................... 0062, 0064, 0075,
0074, 0027, 0131
ReplayTV .......................................................................... 0643
Runco ............................................................................... 0066
Samsung ...................................................... 0267, 0072, 1041
Sanky...................................................................... 0075, 0066
Sansui................................................. 0027, 0094, 0236, 1506
Sanyo ........................................................... 0074, 0267, 0131
Scott ................................................... 0211, 0072, 0148, 0070
Sears ................................................. 0062, 0064, 0074, 0027,
0069, 0131, 1264
Sharp ...................................................................... 0075, 0834
Shogun ............................................................................. 0267
Sonic Blue ........................................................................ 0643
Sony ............................... 0062, 0059, 0060, 0027, 1259, 0663
STS................................................................................... 0069
Sylvania .................................... 0062, 0108, 0027, 0070, 1808
Symphonic ........................................................................ 0027
Teac .................................................................................. 0027
Technics.................................................................. 0062, 0189
Teknika ......................................................... 0062, 0064, 0027
Thomas............................................................................. 0027
Tivo ............................................................... 1530, 0663, 0645
TMK .................................................................................. 0267
Toshiba ..................................... 0072, 0070, 1530, 1172, 0872
Totevision................................................................ 0064, 0267
Unitech ............................................................................. 0267
Vector ............................................................................... 0072
Video Concepts ................................................................ 0072
Videomagic ....................................................................... 0064
Videosonic ........................................................................ 0267
Villain ................................................................................ 0027
Wards ................................................ 0087, 0062, 0075, 0074,
0108, 0267, 0027, 0069
White Westinghouse......................................................... 0236
XR-1000 ................................................................. 0062, 0027
Zenith........................................ 0066, 0060, 0027, 0236, 1506
Panasonic ..................................................... 0517, 1789, 1389
Philips ................................................. 0530, 0566, 0673, 0881
Pioneer ................................................................... 0552, 0598
Polaroid ............................................................................ 1088
Polk Audio......................................................................... 0566
Proscan ............................................................................ 0549
Qwestar ............................................................................ 0678
RCA .................................................... 0549, 0598, 0849, 1049
Rio .................................................................................... 0896
Rotel ................................................................................. 0650
Sampo .............................................................................. 0779
Samsung ...................................................... 0517, 0600, 0847
Sansui............................................................................... 0722
Sanyo ............................................................................... 0722
Sharp ...................................................................... 0657, 0779
Shinsonic ................................................................ 0560, 0866
Sonic Blue ........................................................................ 0896
Sony ............................................................. 0560, 0891, 1060
Superscan ........................................................................ 0848
Sylvania ............................................................................ 0848
Technics............................................................................ 0517
Theta Digital ..................................................................... 0598
Toshiba ......................................................... 0530, 1072, 0722
Tredex .............................................................................. 0826
Urban Concepts................................................................ 0530
US Logic ........................................................................... 0866
Xbox ................................................................................. 0549
Yamaha ........................................................ 0517, 0566, 0572
Zenith............................................................ 0530, 0618, 0896
DVD
Aiwa .................................................................................. 0668
Allegro .............................................................................. 0896
Apex Digital ....................................... 0699, 0823, 1031, 1127,
0821, 0857, 1088, 0824, 1047
Blue Parade ...................................................................... 0598
Broksonic .......................................................................... 0722
CineVision .............................................................. 0903, 0896
Curtis Mathes ....................................................................1114
CyberHome .................................................. 1050, 0843, 1051
Daewoo .................................................................. 0896, 0860
Denon ............................................................................... 0517
DVD2000 .......................................................................... 0548
Emerson ................................................................. 0618, 0848
Enterprise ......................................................................... 0618
GE .......................................................................... 0549, 0842
Go Video....................................................... 0860, 0742, 0896
Harman/Kardon ...................................................... 0729, 0609
Hitachi............................................................................... 0600
Hiteker .............................................................................. 0699
JBL ................................................................................... 0729
JVC ............................................................... 0585, 0650, 0894
Kenwood................................................................. 0517, 0561
KLH................................................................................... 1047
Koss.................................................................................. 0678
Magnavox ............................................................... 0530, 0848
Marantz............................................................................. 0566
Memorex........................................................................... 0722
Microsoft ........................................................................... 0549
Mintek ............................................................................... 0866
Mitsubishi................................................................ 1548, 0548
Onkyo ............................................................................... 0530
Oritron............................................................................... 0678
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