Dynamic Range Control. Pioneer lx01bd

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LX01BD_1.book Page 38 Tuesday, September 2, 2008 12:33 PM

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4 Use

/ to select a speaker, or use

/

to adjust the distance.

Each speaker can be adjusted from 0.1 m to 9.0 m .

5 Press ENTER when you’re finished.

• If you use the Auto MCACC feature again, it will overwrite the settings you have made here.

Note

• When this function is set while MCACC Effect is on, the value for the same function adjusted with the Auto MCACC feature is overwritten.

When MCACC Effect is off, the value set here is applied, regardless of the value adjusted with the Auto MCACC feature.

(The Auto MCACC setting is not overwritten.)

• The range of adjustment is limited when the volume level is set over 51.

Dynamic Range Control

Dual mono setting

Specifies how dual mono encoded Dolby Digital soundtracks should be played. You can also use this setting to switch the audio channel on DVD-RW discs recorded with bilingual audio.

1 Press SETUP.

2 Select ‘Sound Setup’.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

3 Select ‘Dual Mono’.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

4 Select a setting.

Use

/

to select.

• CH1 Mono – Only channel 1 is played

• CH2 Mono – Only channel 2 is played

• CH1/CH2 – Both channels are played through the front speakers

5 Press ENTER to exit.

When watching Dolby Digital or DTS material at low volume, low level sounds — including some of the dialog — can be difficult to hear properly. Using one of the Dynamic Range Control (DRC) settings can help by bringing up the low level sounds, while controlling high level peaks.

Dynamic Range Control works only with Dolby Digital soundtracks and some DTS soundtracks.

1 Press SETUP.

2 Select ‘Sound Setup’.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

3 Select ‘D.R.C.’.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

4 Select a setting.

Use

/

to select.

Select one of the following:

• D.R.C. Auto – Only available for Dolby TrueHD signals. Select

D.R.C. High or D.R.C. Mid for signals other than Dolby TrueHD.

• D.R.C. High – Dynamic range is reduced (loud sounds are reduced in volume while quieter sounds are increased)

• D.R.C. Mid – Mid setting

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• D.R.C. Off – No dynamic range adjustment (use when listening at higher volume)

Press ENTER to exit.

Note

• This setting is effective for the speaker output. A similar adjustment feature is available on the Blu-ray disc player — see

Adjusting the Audio DRC on page 80.

Note

• This setting is effective for the speaker output. A similar adjustment feature is available on the Blu-ray disc player — see

Switching the audio streams/channels on page 70.

Using the Virtual Surround Back mode

This mode allows you to hear a virtual surround back channel through your surround speakers. You can choose to listen to sources with no surround back channel information, or if the material sounds better in the format (for example, 5.1) for which it was originally encoded, you can have the receiver only apply this effect to 6.1 encoded sources like Dolby Digital EX or DTS-ES.

1 Press SETUP.

2 Select ‘Sound Setup’.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

3 Select ‘Virtual SB’.

Use

/

to select, then press ENTER .

4 Select a setting.

Use

/

to select.

Select one of the following:

• Vir.SB On – Virtual Surround Back is always used (for example, on 5.1 encoded material)

• Vir.SB Auto – Virtual Surround Back is automatically applied to

6.1 encoded sources (for example, Dolby Digital EX or DTS-ES),

DTS Neo:6 or Advanced Surround mode

• Vir.SB Off – Virtual Surround Back mode is switched off

5 Press ENTER to exit.

Note

• Depending on the input signal and the listening mode, the

Virtual Surround Back mode may not be effective.

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