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AUDIO / VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER RX - 5060B TA / NEWS / INFO DISPLAY MODE For Customer Use : Enter below the Model No . and Serial INSTRUCTIONS No . which are located either on the rear , bottom or side of the cabinet . Retain this information for future reference . Model No . Serial No . LVT1507 - 001A [ J ] Cover_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 3 05.11.28 , 19 : 58
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Warnings , Cautions and Others / Mises en garde , précautions et indications diverses For U.S.A CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits DO NOT OPEN for a Class B digital device , pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules . These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against CAUTION : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK . harmful interference in a residential installation . DO NOT REMOVE COVER ( OR BACK ) This equipment generates , uses and can radiate radio frequency NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE . energy and , if not installed and used in accordance with the REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL . 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 The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol , o harmful interference to radio or television reception , which can be within an equilateral triangle is intended t determined by turning the equipment off and on , the user is alert the user to the presence of tuninsulated'sntc " dangerous voltage " within the produciectri encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the enclosure that may be of lsuffice following measures : magnitude to constitute a risk of e Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna . shock to persons . Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver . Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that The exclamation point within an nequilateraledhe to which the receiver is connected . triangle is intended to alert the user to ath Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help . presence of important operatings maintenance ( servicing ) instruction in t literature accompanying the appliance . Note to CATV system installer : WARNING : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE This reminder is provided to call the CATV system OR ELECTRIC SHOCK , DO NOT EXPOSE installer’s attention to Section 820 - 40 of the NEC which THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE . 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 . CAUTION To reduce the risk of electrical shocks , fire , etc . : 1 . Do not remove screws , covers or cabinet . For Canada / pour le Canada 2 . Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture . THIS DIGITAL APPARATUS DOES NOT EXCEED THE ATTENTION CLASS B LIMITS FOR RADIO NOISE EMISSIONS FROM Afin d’éviter tout risque d’électrocution , d’incendie , etc . : DIGITAL APPARATUS AS SET OUT IN THE INTERFER - 1 . Ne pas enlever les vis ni les panneaux et ne pas ouvrir le ENCE - CAUSING EQUIPMENT STANDARD ENTITLED coffret de l’appareil . “ DIGITAL APPARATUS , ” ICES - 003 OF THE DEPARTMENT 2 . Ne pas exposer l’appareil à la pluie ni à l’humidité . OF COMMUNICATIONS . CET APPAREIL NUMERIQUE RESPECTE LES LIMITES DE BRUITS RADIOELECTRIQUES APPLICABLES AUX Caution – – STANDBY / ON button ! APPAREILS NUMERIQUES DE CLASSE B PRESCRITES Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely DANS LA NORME SUR LE MATERIEL BROUILLEUR ; ( the STANDBY lamp goes off ) . “ APPAREILS NUMERIQUES ” , NMB - 003 EDICTEE PAR LE button in any position does not The STANDBY / ON MINISTRE DES COMMUNICATIONS . disconnect the mains line . • When the unit is on standby , the STANDBY lamp lights red . • When the unit is turned on , the STANDBY lamp goes off . CAUTION The power can be remote controlled . Changes or modifications not approved by JVC could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment . ! Attention – – Touch STANDBY / ON Déconnectez la fiche d’alimentation secteur pour mettre l’appareil complètement hors tension ( le témoin STANBY est éteint ) . , dans n’importe quelle La touche STANDBY / ON position , ne déconnecte pas l’appareil du secteur . • Quand l’appareil est en mode d’attente , le témoin STANDBY est allumé en rouge . [ European Union only ] • Quand l’appareil est sous tension , le témoin STANBY est [ Union européenne seulement ] éteint . L’alimentation peut être télécommandée . G - 1 Safety_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 1 05.12.17 , 14 : 33
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Table of Contents Adjusting Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Parts Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Basic Adjustment Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Basic Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Before Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 7 Adjusting the Equalization Patterns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Checking the Supplied Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 7 Adjusting the Speaker Output Levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Putting Batteries in the Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 7 Adjusting the Sound Parameters for the Surround Connecting the FM and AM Antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 and DSP Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Connecting the Speakers and Subwoofer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Connecting Audio / Video Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Using the Surround Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 7 Analog Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Reproducing Theater Ambience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 7 Digital Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Introducing the Surround Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Connecting the Power Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Activating the Surround Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 7 Auto Surround Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Basic Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 7 Activating the Surround Modes Manually . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Daily Operational Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Turning On the Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Using the DSP Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Selecting the Source to Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Reproducing the Sound Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Adjusting the Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Introducing the DSP Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Turning On and Off the Subwoofer Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Activating the DSP Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Selecting the Analog or Digital Input Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Changing the Display Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 COMPU LINK Remote Control System . . . . . . . . . 28 Attenuating the Input Signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Changing the Source Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Operating JVC’s Audio / Video Components . . . 29 Muting the Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Operating Audio Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Using the Sleep Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Operating Video Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Receiving Radio Broadcasts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Operating Other Manufacturers ’ Video Tuning in to Stations Manually . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Using Preset Tuning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Selecting the FM Reception Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Basic Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Quick Speaker Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Basic Setting Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Basic Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 7 Setting the Speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 7 Setting the Speaker Distance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 7 Setting the Bass Sounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 7 Selecting the Main or Sub Channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 7 Setting for Effective Surround Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 7 Setting the Digital Input Terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 This mark indicates that the remote control This mark indicates that ONLY the remote control Remote CANNOT be used for the operation explained . CAN be used for the operation explained . NOT Use the buttons and controls on the front panel . 1 01 - 08_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 1 05.11.28 , 20 : 04
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Parts Identification Front Panel 34 6 5 789p 2 q 1 MASTER VOLUME RX — 6030V AUDIO / VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER STANDBY DIMMER SURROUND STANDBY / ON INPUT DIGITAL DSP 3D - PHONIC VIRTUAL SB TUNED AUTO MUTING SLEEP DUALMONO STEREO H.PHONE PRO LOGIC DSP DIGITAL EQ INPUT ATT VOLUME SURROUND / DSP 96 / 24 OFF INPUT ANALOG SB INPUT ATT MULTI JOG AUX DVD VCR TV SOUND CD TAPE / CDR FM AM SETTING ADJUST SOURCE NAME QUICK SPEAKER PHONES EXIT SETUP SUBWOOFER OUT FM / AM TUNING FM / AM PRESET FM MODE MEMORY SPEAKERS PUSH SET ON / OFF ON / OFF f w ; a s d o i e y r u t See pages in parentheses for details . q MASTER VOLUME control ( 10 ) w PHONES jack ( 11 ) 1 STANDBY / ON button and STANDBY lamp ( 9 ) e AUX input jacks ( 7 ) 2 SURROUND / DSP OFF button ( 25 , 27 ) r SPEAKERS ON / OFF button ( 11 ) 3 DSP button ( 26 , 27 ) t SUBWOOFER OUT ON / OFF button ( 11 ) 4 SURROUND button ( 25 ) y FM / AM TUNING 5 / ∞ buttons ( 14 ) 5 Remote sensor u FM / AM PRESET 5 / ∞ buttons ( 14 ) 6 Display ( For details , see “ Display ” below . ) i FM MODE button ( 15 ) 7 Source selection buttons ( 9 , 12 ) o MEMORY button ( 14 ) AUX , DVD , VCR , TV SOUND , CD , TAPE / CDR ( SOURCE ; SETTING button ( 17 ) NAME ) , FM , AM a QUICK SPEAKER SETUP button ( 16 ) 8 INPUT ANALOG button ( 12 ) s MULTI JOG ( PUSH SET ) dial ( 16 , 17 , 21 ) INPUT ATT button ( 12 ) d EXIT button ( 17 , 21 ) 9 INPUT DIGITAL button ( 11 ) f ADJUST button ( 21 ) p DIMMER button ( 12 ) Display ! 1 234 567890 - = ~ 3D - PHONIC VIRTUAL SB TUNED AUTO MUTING SLEEP DUALMONO STEREO H.PHONE PRO LOGIC DSP DIGITAL EQ INPUT ATT VOLUME 96 / 24 SB # $ % @ 0 STEREO indicator ( 14 ) See pages in parentheses for details . - INPUT ATT indicator ( 12 ) 1 ANALOG indicator ( 12 ) = AUTO MUTING indicator ( 15 ) 2 DUAL MONO indicator ( 24 ) ~ SLEEP indicator ( 13 ) 3 H.PHONE indicator ( 11 , 24 , 26 ) ! VOLUME indicator ( 9 , 10 ) 4 3D - PHONIC indicator ( 24 , 26 , 27 ) @ Digital signal format indicators ( 11 ) 5 VIRTUAL SB indicator ( 20 ) # Speaker indicators and signal indicators ( 10 ) PRO LOGIC II indicator ( 23 , 25 , 26 ) 6 $ CH – indicator ( 14 ) 7 DSP indicator ( 24 , 26 , 27 ) % Main display 8 DIGITAL EQ indicator ( 22 ) 9 TUNED indicator ( 14 ) 2 01 - 08_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 2 05.12.19 , 10 : 32
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See pages in parentheses for details . Remote Control 1 TV / CATV selector ( 31 ) 2 Number buttons for selecting preset channels ( 15 , 29 ) Number buttons for sound adjustment ( 22 , 29 ) Number buttons for operating audio / video components ( 29 – 32 ) TV CATV STANDBY / ON A / V CONTROL RECEIVER 1 3 SOUND button ( 22 , 29 ) AUDIO TEST FRONT L FRONT R 4 REC PAUSE button ( 30 , 32 ) 1 3 2 5 Source selection buttons ( 9 , 10 ) CENTER SUBWFR EFFECT TV / CATV TAPE / CDR , CD , DVD , AUX , FM / AM , TV SOUND , VCR 4 6 5 = 2 SURR L SURR R MENU 6 FM MODE button ( 15 , 29 ) VCR 7 / P 9 8 7 SURROUND button ( 25 , 29 ) ENTER LEVEL DVD 8 DIMMER button ( 12 , 29 ) 10 10 0 9 TV / VIDEO button ( 30 , 31 ) 100 RETURN SLEEP 0 VCR CH + / – buttons ( 30 , 32 ) 3 ~ - TV / CATV CH + / – buttons ( 30 , 31 ) ! REW FF buttons ( 9 , 29 – 32 ) = STANDBY / ON REC PAUSE D - C DISC AUDIO , TV / CATV , VCR , DVD 4 @ ~ SLEEP button ( 13 , 29 ) TAPE / CDR CD DVD AUX ! Operating buttons for audio / video components 5 3 , 8 , 7 , ¢ / 4 , FF / REW ( 29 , 30 , 32 ) ANALOG / DIGITAL FM / AM TV SOUND VCR @ CD - DISC button ( 30 ) # SURROUND / # ANALOG / DIGITAL button ( 11 , 12 , 29 ) FM MODE SURROUND DSP DSP $ 6 OFF $ SURROUND / DSP OFF button ( 25 , 27 , 29 ) % 7 DIMMER TV / VIDEO MUTING % DSP button ( 26 – 27 , 29 ) ^ 8 ^ MUTING button ( 13 , 29 ) 9 & VOLUME + / – button ( 10 , 29 ) * TV VOLUME + / – buttons ( 30 , 31 ) VCR CH TV / CATV CH TV VOLUME 0 & VOLUME Note : - * When you press the one of the audio source selection buttons — TAPE / CDR , CD , and FM / AM — on the remote control , the receiver automatically turns on . Rear Panel 1 2 3 4 5 COMPU ) LINK - 4 CDIN ( SYNCHRO DIGITAL 1 ( DVD ) AM EXT MONITOR OUT AM ( REC ) OUT LOOP TAPER RIGHT LEFT / CD DIGITAL 2 ( CD ) DVDN DVDN IN FRONTERS SURROUNDS CENTERER I ( PLAY ) DIGITAL IN I SPEAK SPEAKER SPEAK RIGHT LEFT RIGHT LEFT AUDIO OUT OUT ( REC ) ( REC ) ANTENNA VCR VCR IN IN ( PLAY ) ( PLAY ) TV SOUND IN 8 – 16 CAUTION:SPEAKER IMPEDANCE SUBWOOFER RIGHT LEFT OUT AUDIO 6 7 8 9 See pages in parentheses for details . 3 VIDEO input / output jacks ( 7 ) • Input : DVD IN , VCR IN ( PLAY ) 1 DIGITAL IN terminals ( 8 ) • Output : MONITOR OUT , VCR OUT ( REC ) • Coaxial : DIGITAL 1 ( DVD ) 4 COMPU LINK - 4 ( SYNCHRO ) jacks ( 28 ) • Optical : DIGITAL 2 ( CD ) 5 ANTENNA terminals ( 4 , 5 ) 2 AUDIO input / output jacks ( 6 , 7 ) 6 CENTER SPEAKER terminals ( 5 ) • Input : CD IN , TAPE / CDR IN ( PLAY ) , VCR IN ( PLAY ) , 7 SURROUND SPEAKERS terminals ( 5 ) TV SOUND IN , DVD IN 8 FRONT SPEAKERS terminals ( 5 ) • Output : TAPE / CDR OUT ( REC ) , VCR OUT ( REC ) , 9 AC power cord ( 8 ) SUBWOOFER OUT 3 01 - 08_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 3 05.12.12 , 16 : 02
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Do not connect the AC power cord until all other connections have been made . Getting Started This section explains how to connect audio / video components and speakers to the receiver , and how to connect the power supply . Notes : Before Installation • Supplied batteries are for the initial setup . Replace for continued use . General Precautions • After replacing the batteries , set the manufacturers ’ codes again • Be sure your hands are dry . ( see pages 31 and 32 ) . • Turn the power off to all components . • Read the manuals supplied with the components you are going to CAUTION : connect . Follow these precautions to avoid leaking or cracking cells : • Place batteries in the remote control so they match the Locations polarity : ( + ) to ( + ) and ( – ) to ( – ) . • Install the receiver in a location that is level and protected from • Use the correct type of batteries . Batteries that look similar moisture and dust . may differ in voltage . • The temperature around the receiver must be between – 5 ˚ C and • Always replace both batteries at the same time . • Do not expose batteries to heat or flame . 35 ˚ C ( 23 ˚ F and 95 ˚ F ) . • Make sure there is good ventilation around the receiver . Poor ventilation could cause overheating and damage the receiver . Connecting the FM and AM Antennas Handling the receiver • Do not insert any metal object into the receiver . FM antenna connections • Do not disassemble the receiver or remove screws , covers , or cabinet . • Do not expose the receiver to rain or moisture . Checking the Supplied Accessories A B Check to be sure you have all of the following items , which are AM AM LOOP LOOP EXT EXT supplied with the receiver . AM AM The number in the parentheses indicates quantity of the pieces supplied . ANTENNA ANTENNA • Remote Control ( 1 ) • Batteries ( 2 ) • AM Loop Antenna ( 1 ) Extend the supplied FM antenna • FM Antenna ( 1 ) horizontally . If anything is missing , contact your dealer immediately . FM Antenna AM EXT Putting Batteries in the Remote Control ( supplied ) AM LOOP Before using the remote control , insert the two supplied batteries first . 3 2 1 R6 ( SUM - 3 ) / AA ( 15F ) ANTENNA Outdoor FM Antenna Cable ( not supplied ) Connect the supplied FM antenna as temporary measure to the FM 75 Ω COAXIAL terminal — A 1 Press and slide the battery cover on the back of If reception is poor , connect the outdoor FM antenna ( not the remote control . supplied ) — B 2 Insert the batteries . 1 Disconnect the supplied FM antenna . • Make sure to match the polarity : ( + ) to ( + ) and ( – ) to ( – ) . 2 Connect a 75 Ω coaxial cable ( with the standard type connector ) . 3 Replace the cover . If the remote control cannot transmit signals or operate the receiver correctly , replace the batteries . Use two R6 ( SUM - 3 ) / AA ( 15F ) type dry - cell batteries . 4 01 - 08_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 4 05.11.28 , 20 : 04
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Do not connect the AC power cord until all other connections have been made . AM antenna connections Connecting the Speakers and Subwoofer You can connect five speakers ( a pair of front speakers , a center speaker , and a pair of surround speakers ) and a subwoofer . AM Loop Antenna CAUTIONS : ( supplied ) • Use only the speakers of the SPEAKER IMPEDANCE indicated by the speaker terminals . AM EXT • Do not connect more than one speaker to each speaker AM terminal . LOOP Snap the tabs on the loop into Connecting the speakers the slots of the base to 1 3 2 4 assemble the AM loop ANTENNA antenna . LEFT LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT RIGHT + + + – – – 1 2 1 Twist and remove the insulation at the end of each speaker cord . 2 Press and hold the clamp of the speaker terminal . 3 Insert the speaker cord . 4 Release the finger from the clamp . Outdoor single vinyl - covered wire ( not supplied ) For each speaker ( except for a subwoofer ) , connect the ( + ) and Turn the loop until you have the best reception . ( – ) terminals on the rear panel to the ( + ) and ( – ) terminals marked on the speakers . Notes : • If the AM loop antenna wire is covered with vinyl , remove the vinyl by twisting it as illustrated . • Make sure the antenna conductors do not touch any other terminals , connecting cords and power cord . This could cause poor reception . • If reception is poor , connect an outdoor single vinyl - covered wire ( not supplied ) to the AM EXT terminal . ( Keep the AM loop antenna connected . ) FRONT SPEAKERS LEFT + SURROUND RIGHT SPEAKERS LEFT CENTER RIGHT – SPEAKER To left + front speaker IMPEDANCE – CAUTION:SPEAKER To left surround speaker To center speaker To right front speaker To right surround speaker 5 01 - 08_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 5 05.11.28 , 20 : 04
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Do not connect the AC power cord until all other connections have been made . Getting Started Connecting the subwoofer Connecting Audio / Video Components You can enhance the bass by connecting a subwoofer . Connect the input jack of a powered subwoofer to the rear panel , When connecting individual components , refer also to the manuals using a cable with RCA pin plugs ( not supplied ) . supplied with them . Analog Connections Audio component connections Use the cables with RCA pin plugs ( not supplied ) . • Connect the white plug to the audio left jack , and the red plug to the audio right jack . If your audio components have a COMPU LINK jack See also page 28 for detailed information about the connection and the COMPU LINK remote control system . SUBWOOFER OUT CAUTION : Powered subwoofer If you connect a sound - enhancing device such as a graphic equalizer between the source components and this receiver , the sound output through this receiver may be distorted . Placing speakers Front speakers ( L / R ) and center speaker ( C ) CD player • Place these speakers at the same height from the floor , at or near ear level . • Array across the front of the viewing area . Surround speakers ( LS / RS ) • Place these speakers alongside and slightly to the rear of ( but not behind ) the listening position ; well above ear level ( 60 cm ( 2 ft ) to 90 cm ( 3 ft ) higher ) . • Point these speakers directly across the listening area , but not at CD player R the listener’s ears . CDIN Subwoofer ( S.WFR ) • You can place it wherever you like since bass sound is non - L To audio directional . Normally place it in front of you . output Cassette deck / CD recorder R L C 45 – 60 S.WFR Cassette deck or CD recorder To audio input To audio output LS RS L R OUT ( REC ) TAPER L / CD IN After connecting the speakers , set the speaker installation ( PLAY ) information properly . You can use Quick Speaker Setup for R it ( see page 16 ) . Note : When connecting a CD recorder to the TAPE / CDR jacks , change the source name to “ CDR , ” which will be shown on the display when it is selected as the source . See page 12 for details . 6 01 - 08_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 6 05.11.28 , 20 : 04
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Do not connect the AC power cord until all other connections have been made . Video component connections DVD player Use the cables with RCA pin plugs ( not supplied ) . Connect the white plug to the audio left jack , the red plug to the audio right jack , and the yellow plug to the video jack . VCR RIGHT LEFT DVDN DVDN I I AUDIO L OUT R L ( REC ) R VCR OUT IN ( REC ) ( PLAY ) VCR IN ( PLAY ) DVD player R DVD L A B A B C D Å To composite video output ı To left / right front channel audio output ( or to audio - mixed output if necessary ) VCR Å To audio input ı To audio output Note : Ç To composite video input To enjoy Dolby Digital and DTS multi - channel software ( including Dual Î To composite video output Mono software ) , connect the DVD player through the digital input / output terminals . TV Video camera , etc . The AUX input jacks on the front panel are convenient when connecting and disconnecting the component frequently . R MONITOR TV SOUND OUT IN A L RIGHT LEFT AUDIO L R TV A B B Connect the TV to appropriate MONITOR OUT jacks to view Video camera , etc . the playback picture from any other connected video Å To audio output components . ı To composite video output Å To audio output ı To composite video input 7 01 - 08_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 7 05.12.12 , 16 : 02
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Do not connect the AC power cord until all other connections have been made . Getting Started Digital Connections Notes : • When shipped from the factory , the DIGITAL IN terminals have By connecting the receiver and the source component through the been set for use with the following components : digital terminals , sound reproduction quality will be much improved . – DIGITAL 1 ( coaxial ) : For DVD player In addition , you can enjoy multi - channel reproduction and some – DIGITAL 2 ( optical ) : For CD player other convenient functions . • When you want to operate the CD player or CD recorder using the COMPU LINK remote control system ( see page 28 ) , connect it also IMPORTANT : as described in “ Audio component connections ” of “ Analog • When connecting a video component using the digital Connections ” ( see page 6 ) . terminals , you also need to connect it to the video jacks on the rear . Without connecting it to the video jacks , you can Connecting the Power Cord view no playback picture . • After connecting the components using the DIGITAL IN terminals , set the following correctly if necessary . Before plugging the receiver into an AC outlet , make sure that all – Set the digital input ( DIGITAL IN ) terminal setting correctly . connections have been made . For details , see “ Setting the Digital Input Terminals ” on page 20 . Plug the power cord into an AC outlet . – Select the digital input mode correctly . For details , see “ Selecting the Analog or Digital Input Mode ” on page 11 . Digital input terminals Keep the power cord away from the connecting cables and the You can connect any digital components having coaxial or optical antenna . The power cord may cause noise or screen interference . digital output terminal . Digital coaxial cable ( not supplied ) Note : between digital coaxial terminals The preset settings such as preset channels and sound adjustment may be erased in a few days in the following cases : – When you unplug the power cord . Digital optical cable ( not supplied ) – When a power failure occurs . between digital optical terminals CAUTIONS : • Do not touch the power cord with wet hands . • Do not pull on the power cord to unplug the cord . When When the component has a digital unplugging the cord , always grasp the plug so as not to coaxial output terminal , connect it to damage the cord . the DIGITAL 1 ( DVD ) terminal , using a digital coaxial cable ( not supplied ) . DIGITAL 1 ( DVD ) When the component has a digital optical output terminal , connect it to the DIGITAL 2 ( CD ) DIGITAL 2 ( CD ) terminal , using a digital optical cable ( not supplied ) . DIGITAL IN Before connecting a digital optical cable , unplug the protective plug . 8 01 - 08_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 8 05.11.28 , 20 : 04
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Basic Operations The following operations are commonly used when you play any sound sources . Operations hereafter will be explained using the buttons on the front panel . You can also use the buttons on the remote control for the same functions if they have the same and similar names / marks . Selecting the Source to Play Daily Operational Procedure When you have connected digital source components using the digital terminals , first change the input mode for these components to the digital input mode ( see page 11 ) . 1 Turn on the power . • See “ Turning On the Power ” below . Press one of the source selection buttons . 2 Select the source . Selected source name appears . • See “ Selecting the Source to Play ” to the right . 3 Adjust the volume . VOLUME • See “ Adjusting the Volume ” on page 10 . 4 Select the Surround or DSP modes . • See “ Activating the Surround Modes ” ( page 25 ) and “ Activating the DSP Modes ” ( page 27 ) . AUX DVD VCR TV SOUND CD TAPE / CDR FM AM SOURCE NAME On the front panel Turning On the Power AUX TAPE / CDR CD DVD FM / AM TV SOUND VCR On the remote control Notes : • When connecting a CD recorder to the TAPE / CDR jacks , change the source name shown on the display . For details , see page 12 . Press STANDBY / ON ( or STANDBY / ON AUDIO on • By pressing the one of the audio source selection buttons — TAPE / CDR , CD , and FM / AM — on the remote control , you can turn on the the remote control ) . receiver and select the audio source . The STANDBY lamp goes off . Current source name appears . VOLUME Current volume level appears . To turn off the power ( into standby mode ) , press STANDBY / ON ( or STANDBY / ON AUDIO on the remote control ) again . The STANDBY lamp lights up . Note : A small amount of power is consumed in standby mode . To turn off the power completely , unplug the AC power cord . 9 09 - 13_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 9 05.12.17 , 14 : 49
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Basic Operations Speaker and signal indicators on the display Selecting different sources for picture and sound By checking the following indicators , you can easily confirm which speakers you are activating and which signals are coming into this While watching pictures from a video source , you can listen to receiver . sound of an audio source . • Once you have selected a video source , pictures of the selected Speaker indicators Signal indicators source are sent to the TV until you select another video source . Press one of the audio source selection buttons while viewing the picture from a video component such as the VCR or DVD player , etc . AUX TAPE / CDR CD DVD CD TAPE / CDR FM AM FM / AM TV SOUND VCR SOURCE NAME SB SB On the front panel On the remote control What speaker indicators light depends on the speaker setting ( for details , see “ Setting the Speakers ” on page 18 ) . • The frames of “ L , ” “ C , ” “ R , ” “ LS , ” and “ RS ” light up , when the Adjusting the Volume corresponding speakers are set to “ LARGE ” or “ SMALL . ” Sounds come out of the speakers whose speaker indicators is lit on the display . indicator lights up when the subwoofer is activated ( see • The pages 11 and 18 ) . The signal indicators light up to show the incoming signals . L : • When digital input is selected : Lights up when the left channel signal comes in . • When analog input is selected : Always lights up . R : • When digital input is selected : Lights up when the right On the front panel : channel signal comes in . To increase the volume , turn MASTER VOLUME clockwise . • When analog input is selected : Always lights up . To decrease the volume , turn it counterclockwise . C : Lights up when the center channel signal comes in . LFE : Lights up when the LFE channel signal comes in . LS : Lights up when the left surround channel signal comes in . On the remote control : RS : Lights up when the right surround channel signal comes in . To increase the volume , press VOLUME + . S : Lights up when the monaural surround channel signal To decrease the volume , press VOLUME – . comes in . SB : Lights up when the surround back channel signal comes in . CAUTION : Always set the volume to the minimum before starting any sources . If the volume is set at its high level , the sudden blast of sound energy can permanently damage your hearing and / How to understand the speaker and signal indicator or ruin your speakers . illumination Note : Ex . No sound comes out of the The volume level can be adjusted within the range of “ 0 ” ( minimum ) to center speaker and surround “ 50 ” ( maximum ) . speakers though center channel and surround channel signals are coming into this receiver . 10 09 - 13_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 10 05.11.28 , 20 : 24
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Listening with headphones : Remote Selecting the Analog or Digital Input Mode NOT You can enjoy not only stereo software but also multi - channel software through the headphones . ( Sounds are When you have connected digital source components using the both down - mixed to the front channels while playing multi - channel analog and digital terminals ( see pages 6 to 8 ) , you can select the software . ) input mode — either digital or analog — for these components . 1 Press SPEAKERS ON / OFF to deactivate the speakers . “ HEADPHONE ” appears for a while , and the H.PHONE indicator lights on the display . • If the Surround or DSP mode has been activated , “ 3D H PHONE ” appears for a while ( and the DSP indicator also lights up on the display ) — 3D Headphone Mode ( 3D H PHONE ) . For details , see pages 24 and 26 . 2 Connect the headphones to the PHONES jack on the front Before you start , remember . . . panel . The digital input terminal setting should be correctly done for • If you do not deactivate the speakers , no sound comes out of the sources you want to select the digital input mode ( see the headphones . “ Setting the Digital Input Terminals ” on page 20 ) . After using the headphones , disconnect the headphones , then press 1 Press one of the source selection buttons ( DVD , SPEAKERS ON / OFF again to activate the speakers . TV SOUND , CD , TAPE / CDR * ) for which you want to change the input mode . CAUTION : * If “ TAPE ” is selected as the source , digital input mode is not Be sure to turn down the volume . . . . available . To change the source name , see “ Changing the • Before connecting or putting on headphones , as its high Source Name ” on page 12 . volume can damage both the headphones and your hearing . • Before turning on speakers again , as its high volume may 2 Press INPUT DIGITAL to select “ DIGITAL AUTO . ” come out of the speakers . The DIGITAL AUTO indicator lights up on the display . • When using the remote control , press ANALOG / DIGITAL repeatedly to select “ DIGITAL AUTO . ” Turning On and Off the Remote NOT Subwoofer Sound You can cancel the subwoofer output even though you have • When selecting “ DIGITAL AUTO , ” the following indicators connected a subwoofer and have set “ SUBWOOFER ” to indicate the digital signal format of the incoming signal . “ SUBWOOFER YES ” ( see page 18 ) . : Lights up when Linear PCM signals come in . : Lights up when Dolby Digital signals come in . : Lights up when conventional DTS signals come in . : Lights up when DTS 96 / 24 signals come Press SUBWOOFER OUT ON / OFF to cancel the subwoofer in . output . Each time you press the button , subwoofer output is deactivated No indicator lights up when the receiver cannot recognize the ( “ SUBWOOFER OFF ” ) and activated ( “ SUBWOOFER ON ” ) digital signal format of the incoming signals . alternately . indicator goes off . • When subwoofer output is canceled , the Bass sounds ( and LFE signals ) will be emitted through the front speakers . Note : For details about the digital signal formats , see pages 23 and 24 . Notes : • When subwoofer output is activated , you can also adjust the subwoofer output level . For details , see page 22 . • You cannot deactivate the subwoofer output when you set “ SMALL ” for the front speakers on the speaker size setting ( see page 18 ) or using Quick Speaker Setup ( see page 16 ) . • You cannot activate the subwoofer output when you have set “ SUBWOOFER ” to “ SUBWOOFER NO ” ( see page 18 ) . • When you change the “ SUBWOOFER ” setting from “ SUBWOOFER NO ” to “ SUBWOOFER YES ” ( see page 18 ) , subwoofer output is automatically activated . Continued on the next page 11 09 - 13_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 11 05.12.17 , 14 : 23
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Basic Operations When playing software encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS , the Remote Attenuating the Input Signal NOT following symptoms may occur : • Sound does not come out at the beginning of playback . When the input level of the analog source is too high , the sounds • Noise comes out while searching for or skipping chapters or will be distorted . If this happens , you need to attenuate the input tracks . signal level to prevent the sound distortion . In this case , press INPUT DIGITAL repeatedly to select • Once you have made adjustment , it is memorized for each analog “ DOLBY DIGITAL ” or “ DTS SURROUND . ” source . • Each time you press INPUT DIGITAL , the input mode changes as follows : DIGITAL AUTO DOLBY DIGITAL Press and hold INPUT ATT ( INPUT ANALOG ) so that the DTS SURROUND INPUT ATT indicator lights up on the display . • Each time you press and hold the button , the input attenuator mode turns on ( “ INPUT ATT ON ” ) and off ( “ INPUT • When using the remote control , press ANALOG / DIGITAL NORMAL ” ) . repeatedly to select “ DOLBY DIGITAL ” or “ DTS SURROUND . ” Each time you press ANALOG / DIGITAL on the remote control , the input mode changes as follows : DIGITAL AUTO = DOLBY DIGITAL = DTS SURROUND Remote Changing the Source Name NOT = ANALOG = ( back to the beginning ) When you have connected a CD recorder to the TAPE / CDR jacks on When “ DOLBY DIGITAL ” or “ DTS SURROUND ” is selected , the rear panel , change the source name which will be shown on the the DIGITAL AUTO indicator goes off , and the corresponding display . digital signal format indicator lights up on the display . • If the incoming signal does not match the selected digital signal format , the indicator of the selected signal format will flash . Note : When you turn off the power or select another source , “ DOLBY DIGITAL ” and “ DTS SURROUND ” settings are canceled and the digital input mode is automatically reset to “ DIGITAL AUTO . ” When changing the source name from “ TAPE ” to “ CDR ” : To select the analog input mode 1 Press TAPE / CDR ( SOURCE NAME ) . Press INPUT ANALOG ( or ANALOG / DIGITAL on the remote • Make sure “ TAPE ” appears on the display . control repeatedly until “ ANALOG ” appears on the display ) . The 2 Press and hold SOURCE NAME ( TAPE / CDR ) until ANALOG indicator lights up . “ ASSIGN CDR ” appears on the display . Changing the Display Brightness To change the source name back to “ TAPE , ” repeat the same procedure above . You can dim the display . Note : Without changing the source name , you can still use the connected components . However , there may be some inconvenience . – “ TAPE ” will appear on the display when you select the CD recorder . – You cannot use the digital input ( see page 11 ) for the CD recorder . Press DIMMER . • Each time you press the button , the display dims and brightens alternately . 12 09 - 13_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 12 05.12.12 , 20 : 31
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The following basic operations are possible only using the Recording a source remote control . You can record any sources playing through the receiver to a cassette deck ( or a CD recorder ) connected to the TAPE / CDR jacks and the VCR connected to the VCR jacks at the same time . While recording , you can listen to the selected sound source at whatever sound level you like without affecting the sound levels of the recording . Note : TA / NEWS / INFO SLEEP The output volume level , Midnight Mode ( see page 19 ) , Using the Sleep Timer FF REW Equalization patterns ( see page 22 ) , Surround modes and DSP REC PAUSE D - C DISC modes ( see pages 23 to 26 ) cannot affect the recording . Basic adjustment auto memory This receiver memorizes sound settings for each source — MUTING Muting the Sound • when you turn off the power , • when you change the source , • when you change the analog / digital input modes , and • when you assign the source name ( see page 12 ) . When you change the source , the memorized settings for the newly selected source are automatically recalled . The following can be stored for each source : • Analog / digital input mode ( see page 11 ) • Input attenuator mode ( see page 12 ) Muting the Sound • Equalization pattern ( see page 22 ) • Speaker output levels ( see page 22 ) • Surround and DSP mode selection ( see pages 23 and 26 ) Press MUTING to mute the sound through all speakers and headphones connected . Notes : “ MUTING ” appears on the display and the volume turns off ( the VOLUME indicator and its level indication go off ) . • If the source is FM or AM , you can assign a different setting for each band . To restore the sound , press MUTING again . • A sound setting assigned for a digital component is valid for • Turning MASTER VOLUME on the front panel or pressing both the analog and digital input modes . VOLUME + / – on the remote control also restores the sound . Using the Sleep Timer Using the Sleep Timer , you can fall asleep while listening to music . When the shut - off time comes , the receiver turns off automatically . Press SLEEP repeatedly . The SLEEP indicator lights up on the display , and the shut - off time changes in 10 minutes intervals : 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 ( Canceled ) OFF To check or change the time remaining until the shut - off time : Press SLEEP once . The remaining time until the shut - off time appears in minutes . • To change the shut - off time , press SLEEP repeatedly . To cancel the Sleep Timer : Press SLEEP repeatedly until “ SLEEP OFF ” appears on the display . The SLEEP indicator goes off . • Turning off the power also cancels the Sleep Timer . 13 09 - 13_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 13 05.11.28 , 20 : 24
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Receiving Radio Broadcasts You can browse through all the stations or use the preset function to go immediately to a particular station . Remote Tuning in to Stations Manually Using Preset Tuning NOT 1 Press FM or AM to select the band . Once a station is assigned to a channel number , the station can be quickly tuned in . You can preset up to 30 FM and 15 AM stations . AUTO MUTING VOLUME To store the preset stations Remote NOT Before you start , remember . . . There is a time limit in doing the following steps . If the setting is canceled before you finish , start from step 2 again . TUNED AUTO MUTING STEREO VOLUME 1 Tune in the station you want to preset ( see “ Tuning in to Stations Manually ” ) . • If you want to store the FM reception mode for this station , select the FM reception mode you want . See “ Selecting the The last received station of the selected band is tuned in . FM Reception Mode ” on page 15 . 2 Press FM / AM TUNING 5 or ∞ repeatedly until 2 Press MEMORY . you find the frequency you want . • Pressing FM / AM TUNING 5 increases the frequency . TUNED AUTO MUTING STEREO • Pressing FM / AM TUNING ∞ decreases the frequency . VOLUME TUNED AUTO MUTING STEREO VOLUME The channel number position starts flashing on the display for about 5 seconds . 3 Press FM / AM PRESET 5 or ∞ to select a Notes : channel number while the channel number • To select the band from the remote control , press FM / AM repeatedly . Each time you press the button , the band alternates position is flashing . between FM and AM . • When a station of sufficient signal strength is tuned in , the TUNED TUNED AUTO MUTING STEREO indicator lights up on the display . VOLUME • When an FM stereo program is received , the STEREO indicator also lights up ( except when selecting “ MODE MONO ” as the FM reception mode ) . • When you hold and then release the button in step 2 , the frequency keeps changing until a station is tuned in . 4 Press MEMORY again while the selected channel number is flashing on the display . The selected channel number stops flashing . The station is assigned to the selected channel number . 5 Repeat steps 1 to 4 until you store all the stations you want . To erase a stored preset station Storing a new station on a used number erases the previously stored one . 14 14 - 15_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 14 05.11.28 , 20 : 23
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To tune in a preset station Selecting the FM Reception Mode On the front panel : When an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive or noisy , you can change the FM reception mode while receiving an FM broadcast . 1 Press FM or AM to select the band . • You can store the FM reception mode for each preset station ( see page 14 ) . 2 Press FM / AM PRESET 5 or ∞ until you find the channel you want . While listening to an FM station , press FM MODE . • Pressing FM / AM PRESET 5 increases the number . • Each time you press the button , the FM reception mode alternates • Pressing FM / AM PRESET ∞ decreases the number . between “ AUTO MUTING ” and “ MODE MONO . ” TUNED AUTO MUTING STEREO On the remote control : 1 3 2 AUTO MUTING MODE MONO 4 5 6 7 9 8 10 10 TA / NEWS / INFO FF REW AUTO MUTING : Normally select this . REC PAUSE D - C DISC When a program is broadcasted in stereo , you will hear stereo sound ; when in monaural , you will hear monaural sounds . FM / AM This mode is also useful to suppress static noise between stations . The AUTO MUTING indicator lights up on the display . ( Initial setting ) 1 Press FM / AM to select the band ( FM or AM ) . The last received station of the selected band is tuned in . MODE MONO : Select this to improve the reception ( but • Each time you press the button , the band alternates between stereo effect will be lost ) . FM and AM . In this mode , you will hear noise while tuning in to the stations . 2 Press the number buttons to select a preset The AUTO MUTING indicator goes off from the display . ( The STEREO indicator channel number . also goes off . ) • For channel number 5 , press 5 . • For channel number 15 , press + 10 then 5 . • For channel number 20 , press + 10 then 10 . Note : • For channel number 30 , press + 10 , + 10 , then 10 . After you operate any source other than the tuner using the remote control , the FM MODE button on the remote control does not work . In this case , press FM / AM on the remote control , then press FM MODE . Note : When you use the number buttons on the remote control , be sure that they are activated for the tuner , not for the CD and others . ( See page 29 . ) 15 14 - 15_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 15 05.12.12 , 15 : 52
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Basic Settings Some of the following settings are required after connecting and positioning your speakers while others will make operations easier . You can use QUICK SPEAKER SETUP to easily set up your speaker configuration . Remote 5 Press in MULTI JOG ( PUSH SET ) . Quick Speaker Setup NOT “ COMPLETE ” appears on the display , then goes back to the source indication . Quick Speaker Setup helps you to easily and quickly register the speaker size and speaker distance according to your listening room Note : to create the best possible surround effect . This procedure will not be completed if you stop in the middle of the • You can also register each speaker’s information manually . setting process . For details , see page 18 . Speaker channel number and speaker size You can find how each of the speaker size is defined according to the number of connected speakers ( speaker channel “ CH ” number ) you select . • Subwoofer ( S.WFR ) is counted as 0.1 channel . The size of the connected speakers CH Before you start , remember . . . L / R C LS / RS S.WFR There is a time limit in doing the following steps . If the setting is 2.0CH LARGE NONE NONE NO canceled before you finish , start from step 1 again . 2.1CH SMALL NONE NONE YES 1 Press QUICK SPEAKER SETUP . 3.0CH LARGE SMALL NONE NO “ SPK = ” and the initial speaker channel number appear . 3.1CH SMALL SMALL NONE YES 2 Turn MULTI JOG to select an appropriate 4.0CH LARGE NONE SMALL NO number of the connected speakers ( speaker 4.1CH SMALL NONE SMALL YES channel number ) . 5.0CH LARGE SMALL SMALL NO As you turn the jog , the speaker channel number changes as follows . 5.1CH SMALL SMALL SMALL YES • For the details of speaker channel number , see “ Speaker channel number and speaker size . ” Room size and speaker distance / output level According to the selected room size , speaker distance and speaker output level for each activated speaker is set as follows : Room Output Speaker Distance size level 5.0CH “ 5.1CH “ 2.0CH “ 2.1CH “ 3.0CH “ 3.1CH “ 4.0CH “ 4.1CH “ ( Back to the beginning ) L L / R 3.0 m ( 10 ft ) 0 dB ( Large ) C 3.0 m ( 10 ft ) 0 dB LS / RS 3.0 m ( 10 ft ) 0 dB 3 Press in MULTI JOG ( PUSH SET ) . “ ROOM SIZE = ” and the initial room size setting appear . M L / R 2.7 m ( 9 ft ) 0 dB ( Medium ) C 2.4 m ( 8 ft ) – 2 dB 4 Turn MULTI JOG to select an appropriate room LS / RS 2.1 m ( 7 ft ) – 3 dB size to match to your listening room . As you turn the jog , the room size changes as follows . S L / R 2.4 m ( 8 ft ) 0 dB • To select your appropriate room size , see “ Room size and ( Small ) C 2.1 m ( 7 ft ) – 2 dB speaker distance / output level . ” LS / RS 1.5 m ( 5 ft ) – 4 dB Notes : • In the tables above , “ L ” stands for the left front speaker , “ R ” for the right front speaker , “ C ” for the center speaker , “ LS ” for the left surround speaker , “ RS ” for the right surround speaker , and “ S.WFR ” L ( Large ) S ( Small ) for the subwoofer . Once Quick Speaker Setup is performed , the speaker output levels • M ( Medium ) are also set to appropriate values automatically ( common to all sources ) . If you want to set the speaker output levels separately for each source , see “ Adjusting the Speaker Output Levels ” on page 22 . 16 16 - 20_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 16 05.12.12 , 15 : 53
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Remote Basic Setting Items Basic Procedure NOT On the following pages , you can adjust the following items : • You can only select the items currently available . For details , see the explanation of each item . Items To do See page SUBWOOFER * Register your subwoofer . 18 FRNT SPEAKERS * Register your front speaker size . 18 CNTR SPEAKER * Register your center speaker size . 18 Before you start , remember . . . There is a time limit in doing the following steps . If the setting is SURR SPEAKERS * Register your surround speaker size . 18 canceled before you finish , start from step 1 again . DISTANCE UNIT Select the measuring unit for the speaker distance . 18 Ex . When setting Virtual Surround Back to “ VRTL SB ON . ” FRONT L DIST * Register the distance from the left front speaker to your listening point . 18 1 Press SETTING . The last selected item appears on the display . FRONT R DIST * Register the distance from the right front speaker to your listening point . 18 CENTER DIST * Register the distance from the center speaker to your listening point . 18 SURR L DIST * Register the distance from the left surround speaker to your listening point . 18 2 Turn MULTI JOG until an item you want SURR R DIST * Register the distance from the right appears on the display . surround speaker to your listening • In this example , select “ VIRTUAL SBACK . ” For available point . 18 items , see the list “ Basic Setting Items . ” SUBWOOFER OUT Select the type of the sounds emitted from the subwoofer . 18 CROSSOVER Select the cutoff frequency to the subwoofer . 19 LFE ATTENUATE Attenuate the bass ( LFE ) sounds . 19 3 Press in MULTI JOG ( PUSH SET ) . MIDNIGHT MODE Reproduce a powerful sound at night . 19 The current setting for the selected item appears on the display . DUAL MONO Select the Dual Mono sound channel . 19 VIRTUAL SBACK Turn on or off Virtual Surround Back . 20 DIGITAL IN Select the component connected to digital input terminal . 20 4 Turn MULTI JOG until a setting you want Note : appears on the display . * These items can be set using Quick Speaker Setup . 5 Press in MULTI JOG ( PUSH SET ) . 6 Repeat steps 2 to 5 to set other items if necessary . 7 Press EXIT . The source indication resumes on the display . 17 16 - 20_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 17 05.11.28 , 20 : 25
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Basic Settings ¶ Speaker distance — FRONT L DIST , FRONT R DIST , Setting the Speakers CENTER DIST , SURR L DIST , SURR R DIST To obtain the best possible surround effect from the Surround and Set the distance from the listening point within the range of DSP modes , register the setting about the speaker arrangement after 0.3 m ( 1 ft ) to 9.0 m ( 30 ft ) , in 0.3 m ( 1 ft ) intervals . all connections are completed . • When shipped from the factory , distance for each speaker is • If you have used Quick Speaker Setup on page 16 , this setting is set to “ 3.0m ( 10FT ) . ” not required . Note : ¶ Subwoofer setting — SUBWOOFER You cannot set the speaker distance for the speakers you have Select whether you have connected a subwoofer or not . selected “ NONE . ” SUBWOOFER YES : Select when a subwoofer is connected . C SUBWOOFER NO : Select when no subwoofer is used . L R 3.3 m Note : ( 11 ft ) 3.0 m If you have selected “ SUBWOOFER NO ” for the subwoofer , you ( 10 ft ) cannot use the SUBWOOFER OUT ON / OFF button on the front 2.7 m panel . ( 9 ft ) 2.4 m ( 8 ft ) ¶ Speaker size — FRNT SPEAKERS , CNTR SPEAKER , 2.1 m ( 7 ft ) SURR SPEAKERS Select the size for each connected speaker . LS RS LARGE : Select when the speaker size is relatively large . SMALL : Select when the speaker size is relatively small . Ex . In the above case , set the speaker distance as follows : NONE : Select this when you have not connected a speaker . ( Not selectable for the front speakers . ) Front speakers : 3.0m ( 10FT ) Center speaker : 3.0m ( 10FT ) Surround speakers : 2.7m ( 9FT ) Notes : • Keep the following comments in mind as reference when adjusting . Setting the Bass Sounds – If the size of the cone speaker unit built in your speaker is 3 You can adjust subwoofer and bass sounds precisely according to larger than 12 cm ( 4 / 4 inches ) , select “ LARGE , ” and if it is 3 your preference . smaller than 12 cm ( 4 / 4 inches ) , select “ SMALL . ” • If you have selected “ SUBWOOFER NO ” for the subwoofer setting , you can only select “ LARGE ” for the front speakers . ¶ Subwoofer output — SUBWOOFER OUT • If you have selected “ SMALL ” for the front speakers , you cannot You can select the type of the signal which can be transmitted select “ LARGE ” for the center and surround speakers . through the subwoofer . In other words , you can determine whether or not the bass elements of the front speaker channels are transmitted through the subwoofer regardless of the front Setting the Speaker Distance speaker size setting ( either “ SMALL ” or “ LARGE ” ) . The distance from your listening point to the speakers is another important element to obtain the best possible sound of the Surround Select one of the following : and DSP modes . Set the distance from your listening point to the speakers . SWFR LFE : Select to emit only the LFE signals ( while By referring to the speaker distance setting , this unit automatically playing Dolby Digital and DTS software ) or the sets the delay time of the sound through each speaker so that sounds bass elements of the “ SMALL ” front speakers through all the speakers can reach you with the same timing . ( while playing any source other than the above ) . • If you have used Quick Speaker Setup on page 16 , this setting is SWFR LFE + MAIN : Select to always emit the bass elements of not required . the front speaker channels ( MAIN ) . While playing Dolby Digital and DTS software , the Measuring unit — DISTANCE UNIT ¶ bass element and the LFE signals are both Select which measuring unit you use . emitted . UNIT METER : Select to set the distance in meters . Note : UNIT FEET : Select to set the distance in feet . If you have selected “ SUBWOOFER NO ” for the subwoofer , this function is not available . 18 16 - 20_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 18 05.11.28 , 20 : 25
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¶ Crossover frequency — CROSSOVER Selecting the Main or Sub Channel You can select the crossover frequency for the small speakers You can select the playback sound ( channel ) you want while playing used . The signals below the preset frequency level will be sent to digital software recorded ( or broadcast ) in Dual Mono mode ( see and be reproduced by the subwoofer ( or by “ LARGE ” speakers page 24 ) , which includes two monaural channels separately . when “ SUBWOOFER ” is set to “ SUBWOOFER NO ” ) . ¶ Dual Mono — DUAL MONO Select one of the crossover frequency levels according to the Select the playback sounds ( channel ) . size of the small speaker connected . MONO MAIN : Select to play back the main channel ( Ch 1 ) . * CROSS 80HZ : Select when the cone speaker unit built in the Signal indicator “ L ” lights up while playing 3 speaker is about 12 cm ( 4 / 4 inches ) . back this channel . CROSS 100HZ : Select when the cone speaker unit built in the MONO SUB : Select to play back the sub - channel ( Ch 2 ) . * 15 / 16 inches ) . speaker is about 10 cm ( 3 Signal indicator “ R ” lights up while playing CROSS 120HZ : Select when the cone speaker unit built in the back this channel . 3 / 16 inches ) . speaker is about 8 cm ( 3 MONO ALL : Select to play back both the main and sub - CROSS 150HZ : Select when the cone speaker unit built in the channels ( Ch 1 / Ch 2 ) . * 3 speaker is about 6 cm ( 2 / 8 inches ) . Signal indicators “ L ” and “ R ” light up while playing back these channels . CROSS 200HZ : Select when the cone speaker unit built in the speaker is about 5 cm ( 2 inches ) . Notes : Notes : • The Dual Mono format is not identical with bilingual broadcasting or the MTS ( Multichannel Television Sound ) format used for TV • If you have selected “ LARGE ” for all activated speakers ( see page programs . So this setting does not take effect while watching 18 ) , this function is fixed to “ CROSS OFF . ” bilingual or MTS programs . • Crossover frequency is not valid for “ HEADPHONE ” and * Dual Mono signals can be heard from the following speakers — L “ 3D H PHONE . ” ( left front speaker ) , R ( right front speaker ) , and C ( center speaker ) — with respect to the current Surround setting . ¶ Low frequency effect attenuator — LFE ATTENUATE With Surround Activated If the bass sound is distorted while playing back software Center speaker setting Without Surround Dual Mono encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS , set the LFE level to Setting SMALL / LARGE NONE eliminate distortion . L R L C R L R • This function takes effect only when the LFE signals come in . MAIN Ch 1 Ch 1 — Ch 1 — Ch 1 Ch 1 Select one of the following : SUB Ch 2 Ch 2 — Ch 2 — Ch 2 Ch 2 ALL Ch 1 Ch 2 — Ch 1 + Ch 2 — Ch 1 + Ch 2 Ch 1 + Ch 2 LFE ATT 0dB : Normally select this . LFE ATT − 10dB : Select when the bass sound is distorted . Midnight mode — MIDNIGHT MODE ¶ You can enjoy a powerful sound at night using Midnight Mode . Select one of the following : MIDNIGHT 1 : Select when you want to reduce the dynamic range a little . MIDNIGHT 2 : Select when you want to apply the compress effect fully ( useful at midnight ) . MIDNIGHT OFF : Select when you want to enjoy playback with its full dynamic range ( no effect applied ) . 19 16 - 20_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 19 05.11.28 , 20 : 25
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Basic Settings Setting for Effective Surround Operations Setting the Digital Input Terminals ¶ Virtual Surround Back — VIRTUAL SBACK When you use the digital input terminals , register which components you have connected to the digital input terminals . You can enjoy the surround back channel while playing back Dolby Digital Surround EX software or DTS - ES software ¶ Digital Input terminal — DIGITAL IN without the surround back speakers . This function creates the great surround effect from the behind as if you have connected Set the components connected to the digital terminals . the surround back speakers . • As you rotate MULTI JOG , the digital input terminals are set to used for the following digital components : Select “ VRTL SB ON ” to activate Virtual Surround Back . 1DVD 2CD “ 1DVD 2TV “ 1DVD 2CDR “ VRTL SB ON : While you play Dolby Digital Surround EX 1CD 2DVD “ 1CD 2TV “ 1CD 2CDR “ software or DTS - ES software , the VIRTUAL SB ( Surround Back ) indicator lights up . 1TV 2DVD “ 1TV 2CD “ 1TV 2CDR “ VRTL SB OFF : Select to deactivate Virtual Surround Back . 1CDR 2DVD “ 1CDR 2CD “ 1CDR 2TV “ ( back to the beginning ) Notes : • When you have set “ NONE ” for “ SURR SPEAKERS , ” this function is not available . • While playing back DTS - ES Matrix software with DTS 96 / 24 , DTS 96 / 24 processing will not be performed with Virtual Surround Back activated . To apply the processing , deactivate Virtual Surround Back . • Virtual Surround Back may not be applied to some software . • Virtual Surround Back only works for Surround modes ( see page 25 ) . This function does not work when activating the DSP mode ( see page 27 ) . 20 16 - 20_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 20 05.11.28 , 20 : 25
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Adjusting Sound You can make sound adjustment to your preference after completing basic settings . Remote Basic Adjustment Items Basic Procedure NOT On the following pages , you can adjust the following items : • You can adjust only the items applicable to the current sound mode . Items To do See page DEQ 63HZ Adjust equalizer pattern at 63 Hz . 22 DEQ250HZ Adjust equalizer pattern at 250 Hz . 22 DEQ 1KHZ Adjust equalizer pattern at 1 kHz . 22 Before you start , remember . . . There is a time limit in doing the following steps . If the setting is DEQ 4KHZ Adjust equalizer pattern at 4 kHz . 22 canceled before you finish , start from step 1 again . DEQ16KHZ Adjust equalizer pattern at 16 kHz . 22 SUBWFR LEVEL Adjust the subwoofer output level . 22 Ex . When adjusting the subwoofer level to “ – 3 . ” FRONT L LEVEL Adjust the left front speaker output 1 Press ADJUST . level . 22 The last selected item appears on the display . FRONT R LEVEL Adjust the right front speaker output level . 22 CENTER LEVEL Adjust the center speaker output level . 22 SURR L LEVEL Adjust the left surround speaker 2 Turn MULTI JOG until an item you want output level . 22 appears on the display . SURR R LEVEL Adjust the right surround speaker • In this example , select “ SUBWFR LEVEL . ” For available output level . 22 items , see the list “ Basic Adjustment Items . ” 1 EFFECT * Adjust the effect level . 22 CENTER TONE Make the center tone soft or sharp . 22 2 PANORAMA CTRL * Add “ wraparound ” sound effect with side - wall image . 22 3 Press in MULTI JOG ( PUSH SET ) . The current setting ( or level ) for the selected item appears on the Notes : display . 1 * Adjustable when one of the DAP modes or Mono Film ( see pages 26 and 27 ) is in use . 2 * Adjustable when Pro Logic II Music is in use . 4 Turn MULTI JOG to select a setting you want or to make an adjustment as you like . 5 Press in MULTI JOG ( PUSH SET ) . 6 Repeat steps 2 to 5 to set other items if necessary . 7 Press EXIT . The source indication resumes on the display . 21 21 - 22_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 21 05.11.28 , 20 : 26
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Adjusting Sound For Pro Logic II Music only Adjusting the Equalization Patterns You can adjust the equalization patterns to your preference . PANORAMA CTRL : Select “ PANORAMA ON ” to add • Once you have made adjustment , it is memorized for each source . “ wraparound ” sound effect with side - wall image . • To cancel it , select “ PANORAMA OFF . ” ¶ Equalization adjustment — DEQ 63HZ , DEQ250HZ , DEQ 1KHZ , DEQ 4KHZ , DEQ16KHZ You can adjust five frequencies ( 63 Hz , 250 Hz , 1 kHz , 4 kHz , 16 kHz ) within the range of – 8 dB to + 8 dB in 2 dB You can also use the remote control for steps . adjusting the speaker output level using • When adjustment is made , the DIGITAL EQ indicator lights the test tone . TEST FRONT L FRONT R up on the display . • You can also adjust the effect level CENTER SUBWFR EFFECT To flat the equalization pattern , set all the frequencies to for DAP modes and Mono Film . SURR L SURR R “ 0 ( 0 dB ) ” in step 4 of “ Basic Procedure ” ( on page 21 ) . The LEVEL DIGITAL EQ indicator goes off from the display . To adjust the speaker output level : TA / NEWS / INFO 1 Press SOUND . FF REW Note : The number buttons are activated REC PAUSE D - C DISC for sound adjustments . The equalization patterns affect the front speaker sounds only . 2 Press TEST to check if you can hear the sounds through all the speakers at equal level . Adjusting the Speaker Output Levels Test tone ( TEST TONE ) comes out of the speakers in the You can adjust the speaker output levels . following order . • Once you have made adjustment , it is memorized for each source . • No test tone comes out of the speakers for which the speaker setting is set to “ NONE ” ( or “ SUBWOOFER NO ” Adjustable speakers — SUBWFR LEVEL , ¶ for the subwoofer ) . FRONT L LEVEL , FRONT R LEVEL , CENTER LEVEL , L ( Left front ) = C ( Center ) = R ( Right front ) = SURR L LEVEL , SURR R LEVEL RS ( Right surround ) = LS ( Left surround ) = You can adjust the connected speakers ’ output levels within the SW ( Subwoofer ) = ( Back to the beginning ) range of – 10 dB to + 10 dB . 3 Adjust the speaker output level ( – 10 dB to + 10 dB ) . Note : • For the left front speaker : Press FRONT L , then LEVEL + / – . • For the center speaker : Press CENTER , then LEVEL + / – . If you have deactivated a speaker ( see page 18 ) , the output level adjustment for the speaker is not adjustable . • For the right front speaker : Press FRONT R , then LEVEL + / – . • For the right surround speaker : Press SURR R , then Adjusting the Sound Parameters for the LEVEL + / – . Surround and DSP Modes • For the left surround speaker : Press SURR L , then LEVEL + / – . You can adjust the Surround and DSP sound parameters to your • For the subwoofer : Press SUBWFR , then LEVEL + / – . preference . ( For Surround and DSP modes , see pages 23 and 26 . ) Note : Adjustable parameters ¶ When you press LEVEL + / – once , the current level for the You can adjust the following parameters : selected speaker appears on the display , and the test tone comes out of the selected speaker . For DAP modes and Mono Film If no adjustment is done for about 4 seconds , the adjustment • Once you have made adjustment , it is memorized for each mode for the selected speaker is canceled . mode . 4 Press TEST again to stop the test tone . EFFECT : Adjust the effect level . As the number increases , the effect becomes stronger . ( Adjustable range : 1 To adjust the effect level : to 5 . Normally select “ 3 . ” ) 1 Press SOUND . The number buttons are activated for sound adjustments . For Surround and DSP modes ( when the center speaker is 2 Press EFFECT repeatedly to select the effect level connected ) ( EFFECT 1 to EFFECT 5 ) . The source indication resumes about 4 seconds after the CENTER TONE : Adjust the center tone . As the number adjustment . increases , the dialogue becomes clearer so that the human voices change from soft to sharp . ( Adjustable range : 1 to 5 . Normally select “ 3 . ” ) Note : This setting is common to all Surround modes , and is memorized separately for DSP modes . 22 21 - 22_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 22 05.12.12 , 15 : 54
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Using the Surround Modes This unit activates a variety of Surround modes automatically . The basic settings and adjustments stored ( see pages 16 to 22 ) are applied automatically . Reproducing Theater Ambience Introducing the Surround Modes 1 In a movie theater , many speakers are located on the walls to Dolby Digital * reproduce impressive multi - surround sounds , reaching you from all Dolby Digital is a digital signal compression method , developed directions . by Dolby Laboratories , and enables multi - channel encoding and With these many speakers , sound localization and sound movement decoding ( 1ch up to 5.1ch ) . can be expressed . • When Dolby Digital signal is detected through the digital input , indicator lights up on the display . the Surround modes built in this receiver can create almost the same surround sounds as you can feel in a real movie theater — with only Dolby Digital 5.1CH a limited number of the speakers . Dolby Digital 5.1CH ( DOLBY DIGITAL ) encoding method records and digitally compresses the left front channel , right front channel , center channel , left surround channel , right surround channel , and LFE channel signals ( total 6 channels , but the LFE channel is counted as 0.1 channel . Therefore , called 5.1 channel ) . Dolby Digital enables stereo surround sounds , and sets the cutoff frequency of the surround treble at 20 kHz , compared to 7 kHz for Dolby Pro Logic . As such , the sound movement and “ being - there ” feeling are enhanced much more than Dolby Pro Logic . Another digital surround encoding format introduced by Dolby Laboratories is Dolby Digital EX , which adds the third surround channels , called “ surround back . ” Compared to the conventional Dolby Digital 5.1CH , these newly added surround back channels can reproduce more detailed movements behind you while viewing the video software . In addition , surround sound localization will become more stable . • You can use Virtual Surround Back ( see page 20 ) when playing back Dolby Digital Surround EX software . This function creates the great surround effect from the behind as if you have connected the surround back speakers . Dolby Pro Logic II Dolby Pro Logic II is a multi - channel playback format to convert 2 - channel software into 5 - channel ( plus subwoofer ) . The matrix - based conversion method used for Dolby Pro Logic II makes no limitation for the cutoff frequency of the surround treble and enables stereo surround sound . • This receiver provides three types of Dolby Pro Logic II modes — Pro Logic II Movie ( PLII MOVIE ) , Pro Logic II Music ( PLII MUSIC ) , and Pro Logic II Game ( PLII GAME ) . Subwoofer When Dolby Pro Logic II is activated , the PRO LOGIC indicator lights up on the display . PLII MOVIE : Suitable for playing any Dolby Surround encoded software . You can enjoy a sound field very close to the one created with discrete 5.1 - Right front Left front Center speaker channel sounds . speaker speaker ( C ) PLII MUSIC : Suitable for playing any 2 - channel stereo ( R ) ( L ) software . You can enjoy wide and deep sounds . PLII GAME : Suitable for playing a video game . You can enjoy sounds with “ being there ” feeling . 1 * Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories . “ Dolby ” , “ Pro Left surround Right surround Logic ” , and the double - D symbol are trademarks of Dolby speaker ( LS ) speaker ( RS ) Laboratories . 23 23 - 27_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 23 05.11.28 , 20 : 28
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Using the Surround Modes 2 DTS * What is Linear PCM ? DTS is another digital signal compression method , developed by Uncompressed digital audio data used for DVDs , CDs and Video Digital Theater Systems , Inc . , and enables multi - channel encoding CDs . and decoding ( 1ch up to 6.1ch ) . DVDs support 2 channels with sampling rates of 48 / 96 kHz , at • When DTS signal is detected through the digital input , the quantization of 16 / 20 / 24 bits . On the other hand , CDs and Video indicator lights up on the display . CDs are limited to 2 channels with 44.1 kHz at 16 bits . • When Linear PCM signal is detected , the DTS Digital Surround indicator lights up . DTS Digital Surround ( DTS SURROUND ) is another discrete What is Dual Mono ? 5.1 - channel digital audio format available on CD , LD , and DVD Dual Mono can be easily understood when you think of the software . bilingual broadcast or the MTS ( Multichannel Television Sound ) Compared to Dolby Digital , the DTS Digital Surround format has a format used for TV programs ( however , the Dual Mono format lower audio compression rate which enables it to add breadth and is not identical with those analog formats ) . depth to the sounds reproduced . As such , DTS Digital Surround This format is now adopted in Dolby Digital , DTS , and so on . It features natural , solid , and clear sound . allows two independent channels ( called main channel and sub - Another multi - channel digital encoding format introduced by Digital channel ) to be recorded separately . Theater Systems , Inc . is DTS Extended Surround ( DTS - ES ) . indicator • When Dual Mono signal is detected , the It greatly improves the 360 - degree surround impression and space lights up . You can select either channel you want to listen to expression by adding the third surround channel — surround back ( see page 19 ) . channel . DTS - ES includes two signal formats with different surround signal recording methods — DTS - ES Discrete 6.1ch and DTS - ES Matrix 6.1ch . When using the Surround mode , the sounds come out of the • You can use Virtual Surround Back ( see page 20 ) when playing activated speakers which the Surround mode requires . back DTS - ES software . This function creates the great surround • If either the surround speakers or center speaker is set to “ NONE ” effect from the behind as if you have connected the surround back in the speaker setting , the corresponding channel signals are speakers . allocated to and emitted through the front speakers . • If both the surround speakers and center speaker are set to DTS 96 / 24 “ NONE ” in the speaker setting , JVC’s original 3D - PHONIC In recent years , there has been increasing interest in higher sampling processing ( which has been developed to create the surround rates both for recording and for reproducing at home . Higher effect through the front speakers only ) is used . The 3D - PHONIC indicator lights up on the display . sampling rates allow wider frequency range and greater bit depths provide extended dynamic range . DTS 96 / 24 is a multi - channel digital signal format ( fs 96 kHz / 24 bits ) introduced by Digital Theater Systems , Inc . to deliver “ better - than - CD sound quality ” into the home . 3D Headphone Mode — 3D H PHONE indicator • When DTS 96 / 24 signal is detected , the If you activate Surround when the front speakers are deactivated , lights up . You can enjoy its 5.1 - channel sound with full - quality . 3D Headphone Mode is activated without respect to the type of software played back . “ 3D H PHONE ” appears on the display and the DSP and H.PHONE indicators also light up . 2 * “ DTS ” and “ DTS 96 / 24 ” are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems , Inc . 24 23 - 27_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 24 05.11.28 , 20 : 28
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• For DTS multi - channel digital software ( except 2 - channel Activating the Surround Modes and Dual Mono software ) , incoming signals are automatically detected and “ DTS SURROUND ” is activated . Available Surround modes vary depending on the incoming signals . Activating one of the Surround modes for a source automatically recalls the memorized settings and adjustments ( see pages 16 to 22 ) . Note : Auto Surround Function When the Dolby Digital or DTS multi - channel digital signal stops This receiver has Auto Surround Function , which allows you to coming in , “ PLII MOVIE ” will be activated . enjoy the Surround mode simply by selecting the source ( with digital input selected for that source ) . • For analog sources and digital 2 - channel software , you can Auto Surround works . . . select one of the following Surround modes . Each time you • When multi - channel signal is detected , an appropriate Surround press SURROUND , Surround modes change as follows : mode will be turned on . • When Dolby Digital 2 - channel with surround signals is detected , PRO LOGIC “ PLII MOVIE ” will be selected . • When Dolby Digital 2 - channel without surround signals is detected , “ SURROUND OFF ” will be selected . • When Linear PCM signal is detected , nothing will change . PLII MOVIE PLII MUSIC ( Dolby Pro Logic II Movie ) ( Dolby Pro Logic II Music ) Note : This function does not take effect in the following cases : AUTO SURROUND PLII GAME ( 2 - channel sound remains . ) ( Dolby Pro Logic II Game ) – While playing an analog source , – While selecting any of DSP modes ( see page 26 ) , or one of the fixed digital input mode — “ DOLBY DIGITAL ” or “ DTS SURROUND ” • For Dual Mono software , you can select the channel you ( see page 12 ) , and listen to . ( See page 19 . ) – While listening with the headphones — “ HEADPHONE ” or “ 3D H PHONE ” ( see pages 11 and 24 ) . DUAL MONO Activating the Surround Modes Manually To adjust the speaker output level , center tone , and sound effect of Dolby Pro Logic II Music , see page 22 . To cancel the Surround mode Press SURROUND / DSP OFF . 1 Select and play any source . • Make sure you have selected the analog or digital input mode correctly . 2 Press SURROUND to activate the Surround mode . When playing Dolby Digital Surround EX or DTS - ES software • For Dolby Digital multi - channel digital software ( except You can enjoy Virtual 6.1 - channel playback using Virtual 2 - channel and Dual Mono software ) , incoming signals are Surround Back . automatically detected and “ DOLBY DIGITAL ” is activated . To activate Virtual Surround Back , see page 20 . VIRTUAL SB SB Note : When “ DOLBY DIGITAL , ” “ DTS SURROUND , ” or “ DUAL MONO ” is selected as the Surround mode , pressing SURROUND changes the indication on the display alternately between “ AUTO SURROUND ” and each Surround mode . ( The surround effect does not change . ) 25 23 - 27_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 25 05.12.17 , 14 : 24
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Using the DSP Modes This unit activates a variety of DSP modes automatically . The basic settings and adjustments stored ( see pages 16 to 22 ) are applied automatically . To use DSP modes , press DSP so that the DSP modes change as Reproducing the Sound Field follows . The DSP indicator also lights up on the display . The sound heard in a concert hall , club , etc . consists of direct sound and indirect sound — early reflections and reflections from behind . = HALL 1 = HALL 2 = LIVE CLUB Direct sounds reach the listener directly without any reflection . On = DANCE CLUB = PAVILION = ALL CH STEREO the other hand , indirect sounds are delayed by the distances of the ceiling and walls . These direct sounds and indirect sounds are the = THEATER 1 = THEATER 2 = MONO FILM most important elements of the acoustic surround effects . = ( Back to the beginning ) DSP modes can create these important elements , and give you a real : Suitable for audio sources “ being there ” feeling . : Suitable for video sources Reflections from behind Early reflections Digital Acoustic Processor ( DAP ) modes You can use the following DAP modes in order to reproduce a more acoustic sound field in your listening room . HALL 1 : Reproduces the spatial feeling of a large shoebox - shaped hall designed primarily for classical concerts . ( Its seating capacity is about 2000 . ) Direct sounds HALL 2 : Reproduces the spatial feeling of a large vineyard - shaped hall designed primarily for classical concerts . ( Its seating capacity is about 2000 . ) LIVE CLUB : Reproduces the spatial feeling of a live music club with a low ceiling . DANCE CLUB : Reproduces the spatial feeling of a rocking dance Introducing the DSP Modes club . PAVILION : Reproduces the spatial feeling of an exhibition hall DSP modes include the following modes — with a high ceiling . • Digital Acoustic Processor ( DAP ) modes — HALL 1 , HALL 2 , THEATER 1 * : Reproduces the spatial feeling of a large theater LIVE CLUB , DANCE CLUB , PAVILION , THEATER 1 , where the seating capacity is about 600 . THEATER 2 THEATER 2 * : Reproduces the spatial feeling of a small theater • ALL CH STEREO where the seating capacity is about 300 . • MONO FILM — Used for all types of 2 - channel signals ( including * The built - in Dolby Pro Logic II decoder is activated when playing Dual Mono signal ) back 2 - channel analog or digital source . The PRO LOGIC indicator lights up . When using the DAP mode , the sounds come out of all the 3D Headphone Mode — 3D H PHONE connected and activated speakers . If you press DSP when the front speakers are deactivated , 3D • If surround speakers are set to “ NONE ” in the speaker setting , Headphone Mode is activated without respect to the type of JVC’s original 3D - PHONIC processing ( which has been software played back . “ 3D H PHONE ” appears on the display developed to create the surround effect through the front speakers and the DSP and H.PHONE indicators light up . only ) is used . The 3D - PHONIC indicator lights up on the display . 26 23 - 27_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 26 05.11.28 , 20 : 28
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All Channel Stereo Activating the DSP Modes This mode can reproduce a larger stereo sound field using all the connected ( and activated ) speakers . Activating one of the DSP modes for a source automatically • If the surround speakers are set to “ NONE , ” you cannot select recalls the memorized settings and adjustments ( see pages 16 to “ ALL CH STEREO . ” 22 ) . Sound reproduced from normal stereo 1 Select and play any source . 2 Press DSP repeatedly until the DSP mode you want appears on the display . • Each time you press the button , the DSP modes change as follows : DSP Sound reproduced from All Channel Stereo mode = HALL 1 = HALL 2 = LIVE CLUB = DANCE CLUB = PAVILION = ALL CH STEREO = THEATER 1 = THEATER 2 = MONO FILM = ( Back to the beginning ) Note : When the surround speakers are set to “ NONE , ” the 3D - PHONIC processing is applied to the DSP modes ( the 3D - PHONIC indicator also lights up ) . To adjust the effect level ( except All Channel Stereo ) and center tone , see page 22 . To cancel the DSP mode Mono Film Press SURROUND / DSP OFF . In order to reproduce a more acoustic sound field in your listening room while viewing monaural sound video software ( analog and 2 - channel digital signals ) , you can use this mode . The surround effect will be added , and the sound localization of actor’s words will be improved . This mode cannot be used for multi - channel digital signals . When “ MONO FILM ” is used , the sounds come out of all the connected and activated speakers . • If surround speakers are set to “ NONE ” in the speaker setting , JVC’s original 3D - PHONIC processing ( which has been developed to create the surround effect through the front speakers only ) is used . The 3D - PHONIC indicator lights up on the display . • If incoming signals change from 2 - channel digital signal to another digital signal type , “ MONO FILM ” is canceled and an appropriate Surround mode is activated . 27 23 - 27_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 27 05.12.17 , 14 : 25
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COMPU LINK Remote Control System The COMPU LINK remote control system allows you to operate JVC’s audio components through the remote sensor on the receiver . To use this remote control system , you need to connect JVC’s audio Automatic Source Selection components through the COMPU LINK ( SYNCHRO ) jacks using ( 33 ) When you press the play button on a connected component or 3 the cables with monaural mini - plugs ( not supplied , see below ) in on its own remote control , the receiver automatically turns on and addition to the connections using cables with RCA pin plugs ( see changes the source to the component . On the other hand , if you page 6 ) . select a new source on the receiver or on the remote control , the • Make sure that the AC power cords of these components are selected component begins playing immediately . unplugged before connection . Plug the AC power cords only after In both cases , the previously selected source continues playing all connections are complete . without sound for a few seconds . Automatic Power On / Off ( standby ) — only possible with Cassette deck the COMPU LINK - 3 and COMPU LINK - 4 or CD recorder CD player The connected components turn on and off ( standby ) along with the receiver . When you turn on the receiver , one of the connected components will turn on automatically , depending on which component has been previously selected . When you turn off the receiver , the connected components will turn off ( standby ) . Synchronized Recording COMPU ) LINK - 4 ( SYNCHRO Synchronized recording means the cassette deck starts recording as soon as a CD begins playing . To use synchronized recording , follow these steps : 1 Put a tape in the cassette deck , and a disc in the CD player . 2 Press the record ( ¶ ) button and the pause ( 8 ) button on the cassette deck at the same time . Notes : This puts the cassette deck into recording pause . • There are four versions of COMPU LINK remote control system . If you do not press the record ( ¶ ) button and pause ( 8 ) button at This receiver is equipped with the fourth version — COMPU LINK - 4 . the same time , the synchronized recording feature will not This version is added systematic operations with the CD recorder to operate . the previous version — COMPU LINK - 3 . • If your audio component has two COMPU LINK jacks , you can use 3 Press the play ( 3 ) button on the CD player . either one . If it has only one COMPU LINK jack , connect it so that it The source changes on the receiver , and as soon as play starts , is the last item in the series of components . the cassette deck starts recording . When the play ends , the • To operate the cassette deck or CD recorder using the COMPU cassette deck enters recording pause , and stops about 4 seconds LINK remote control system , set the source name correctly if later . required . ( See page 12 . ) • Refer also to the manuals supplied with your audio components . Notes : This remote control system allows you to use four functions listed • During synchronized recording , the selected source cannot be below . changed . • If the power of any component is shut off during synchronized Remote Control through the Remote Sensor on the recording , the COMPU LINK remote control system may not operate properly . In this case , you must start again from the Receiver beginning . You can control the connected audio components through the remote sensor on the receiver using this remote control . Aim the remote control directly at the remote sensor on the receiver . For details , see pages 29 and 30 . 28 28 - 35_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 28 05.11.28 , 20 : 35
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Operating JVC’s Audio / Video Components You can operate JVC’s audio and video components with this receiver’s remote control , since control signals for JVC’s components are preset in the remote control . Tuner Operating Audio Components You can always perform the following operations : IMPORTANT : FM / AM : Alternate between FM and AM . To operate JVC’s audio components using the supplied remote After pressing FM / AM , you can perform the following operations control : on a tuner : • You need to connect JVC’s audio components through the COMPU LINK ( SYNCHRO ) jacks ( see page 28 ) in addition to 1 – 10 , + 10 : Select a preset channel number directly . the connections using cables with RCA pin plugs ( see page 6 ) . For channel number 5 , press 5 . • Aim the remote control directly at the remote sensor on the For channel number 15 , press + 10 , then 5 . receiver . For channel number 20 , press + 10 , then 10 . • To operate the target component using the COMPU LINK remote FM MODE : Change the FM reception mode . control system , set the source name correctly if required . ( See page 12 . ) CD player • Refer also to the manuals supplied with your components . After pressing CD , you can perform the following operations on a CD player : Sound control section ( Amplifier ) 3 : Start playing . You can always perform the following operations : 4 : Return to the beginning of the current ( or previous ) track . STANDBY / ON AUDIO : ¢ : Skip to the beginning of the next track . Turn on or off the receiver . 7 : Stop playing . VOLUME + / – : Adjust the volume level . 8 : Pause playing . To resume , press 3 . MUTING : Turn on or off sound muting . 1 – 10 , + 10 : Select a track number directly . ANALOG / DIGITAL : Switch the analog and digital input For track number 5 , press 5 . alternately . For track number 15 , press + 10 , then 5 . DIMMER : Dim or brighten the display . For track number 20 , press + 10 , then 10 . SLEEP : Set the Sleep Timer . For track number 30 , press + 10 , + 10 , then 10 . SURROUND : Turn on and select Surround modes . DSP : Turn on and select DSP modes . CD recorder SURROUND / DSP OFF : After pressing TAPE / CDR , you can perform the following Turn off the Surround and DSP mode . operations on a CD recorder : After pressing SOUND , you can perform the following operations 3 : Start playing . by using the number buttons : 4 : Return to the beginning of the current ( or previous ) FRONT L then LEVEL + / – : Adjust the left front speaker output track . level . ¢ : Skip to the beginning of the next track . FRONT R then LEVEL + / – : Adjust the right front speaker output 7 : Stop playing and recording . level . 8 : Pause playing or recording . To resume , press 3 . CENTER then LEVEL + / – : Adjust the center speaker output level . REC PAUSE : Enter recording pause . SURR L then LEVEL + / – : Adjust the left surround speaker To start recording , press this button then 3 . output level . SURR R then LEVEL + / – : Adjust the right surround speaker Cassette deck output level . After pressing TAPE / CDR , you can perform the following SUBWFR then LEVEL + / – : Adjust the subwoofer output level . operations on a cassette deck : EFFECT : Adjust the effect level . TEST : Turn on or off test tone output . 3 : Start playing . REW : Fast - wind the tape from right to left . FF : Fast - wind the tape from left to right . 7 : Stop playing and recording or fast - wind the tape . Note : 8 : Pause playing or recording . To resume , press 3 . After adjusting sounds , press the corresponding source selection REC PAUSE : Enter recording pause . button to operate your target source by using the number buttons ; To start recording , press this button then 3 . otherwise , the number buttons cannot be used for operating your target source . Continued on the next page 29 28 - 35_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 29 05.12.17 , 14 : 30
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Operating JVC’s Audio / Video Components CD changer Operating Video Components After pressing CD - DISC , you can perform the following operations on a CD changer : IMPORTANT : 3 : Start playing . To operate JVC’s video components using the supplied remote 4 : Return to the beginning of the current ( or previous ) control : track . • Some JVC’s VCRs can accept two types of the control signals — ¢ : Skip to the beginning of the next track . remote code “ A ” and “ B . ” Before using this remote control , make sure 7 : Stop playing . that the remote control code of the target VCR is set to code “ A . ” 8 : Pause playing . To resume , press 3 . • When using the remote control , aim the remote control directly at 1 – 6 , 7 / P : Select the number of a disc installed in a CD the remote sensor on each component , not on the receiver . changer . • Refer also to the manuals supplied with your components . After pressing CD , you can perform the following operations on a VCR CD changer : You can always perform the following operations : 1 – 10 , + 10 : Select a track number directly . STANDBY / ON VCR : Turn on or off the VCR . For track number 5 , press 5 . VCR CH + / – : Change the TV channels on the VCR . For track number 15 , press + 10 , then 5 . For track number 20 , press + 10 , then 10 . After pressing VCR , you can perform the following operations on For track number 30 , press + 10 , + 10 , then 10 . the VCR : Example : 3 : Start playing . • Selecting disc number 4 , track number 12 , and starting playback . REW : Rewind the tape . 1 Press CD - DISC , then press 4 . FF : Fast - forward the tape . 2 Press CD , then press + 10 , 2 . 7 : Stop playing , recording , rewind and fast forward . 8 : Pause playing and recording . To resume , press 3 . If your CD changer is of 200 - disc loading capability ( except for REC PAUSE : Enter recording pause . XL - MC100 and XL - MC301 ) , you can do the following operations To start recording , press this button then 3 . using the number buttons after pressing CD . DVD player 1 Select a disc number . 2 Then select a track number ( always enter two digits ) . You can always perform the following operation : 3 Press 3 to start playback . STANDBY / ON DVD : Turn on or off the DVD player . Examples : After pressing DVD , you can perform the following operations on • Selecting disc number 3 , track number 2 , and starting playback . the DVD player : Press 3 , then , 0 , 2 , then 3 . • Selecting disc number 10 , track number 5 , and starting playback . 3 : Start playing . Press 1 , 0 , then , 0 , 5 , then 3 . 4 : Return to the beginning of the current ( or previous ) chapter . • Selecting disc number 105 , track number 12 , and starting ¢ : Skip to the beginning of the next chapter . playback . 7 : Stop playing . Press 1 , 0 , 5 , then 1 , 2 , then 3 . 8 : Pause playing . To resume , press 3 . Note : After pressing DVD , these buttons 2 can be used for the DVD menu It is required to press each button within 4 seconds in the above procedure . operations . 6 4 MENU Note : 7 / P 8 For detailed menu operations , refer to ENTER the instructions supplied with the discs or the DVD player . 10 TV Set TV / CATV selector to “ TV . ” You can always perform the following operations : STANDBY / ON TV / CATV : Turn on or off the TV . TV / CATV CH + / – : Change the channels . TV VOLUME + / – : Adjust the volume . TV / VIDEO : Set the input mode ( either TV or VIDEO ) . After pressing TV SOUND , you can perform the following operations on the TV : 1 – 9 , 0 , 100 + ( + 10 ) : Select the channels . RETURN ( 10 ) : Alternate between the previously selected channel and the current channel . 30 28 - 35_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 30 05.12.12 , 15 : 57
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Operating Other Manufacturers ’ Video Equipment This remote control supplied for the receiver can transmit control signals for other manufacturers ’ TVs , CATV converters , VCRs and DVD players . When operating the other manufacturers ’ components , refer also to To change the transmittable signals for the manuals supplied with them . operating a CATV converter • After replacing batteries for the remote control , you need to set the 1 Set the TV / CATV selector to “ CATV . ” manufactures ’ codes again . 2 Press and hold STANDBY / ON TV / CATV . To change the transmittable signals for 3 Press TV SOUND . operating another manufacturer’s TV 1 Set the TV / CATV selector to “ TV . ” 4 Enter a manufacturer’s code using buttons 1 – 9 , and 0 . 2 Press and hold STANDBY / ON TV / CATV . Manufacturer Codes 3 Press TV SOUND . Echostar 01 * 4 Enter a manufacturer’s code using buttons 1 – 9 , General Instrument 02 , 03 , 04 , 05 , 06 , 07 , 08 , 09 and 0 . Hamlin 16 , 17 , 18 , 19 Pioneer 14 , 15 RCA 20 Manufacturer Codes JVC 01 * Scientific Atlanta 10 , 11 Sony 21 Hitachi 10 Zenith 12 , 13 Magnavox 02 Mitsubishi 03 * “ 01 ” is the initial setting . Panasonic 04 , 11 RCA 05 5 Release STANDBY / ON TV / CATV . Samsung 12 Now you can perform the following operations on the CATV Sanyo 13 converter : Sharp 06 STANDBY / ON TV / CATV : Sony 07 Turn on and off the CATV converter . Toshiba 08 TV / CATV CH + / – : Change the channels . Zenith 09 After pressing TV SOUND , you can perform the following * “ 01 ” is the initial setting . operations on the CATV converter : 5 Release STANDBY / ON TV / CATV . 1 – 9 , 0 , 100 + ( + 10 ) : Now you can perform the following operations on the TV : Select the channels . STANDBY / ON TV / CATV : Turn on and off the TV . The 10 ( ENTER ) button will function as the TV / CATV CH + / – : Change the channels . ENTER button if your CATV converter TV VOLUME + / – : Adjust the volume . requires pressing ENTER after selecting a TV / VIDEO : Set the input mode ( either TV or VIDEO ) . channel number . After pressing TV SOUND , you can perform the following 6 Try to operate your CATV converter by pressing operations on the TV : TV / CATV . STANDBY / ON 1 – 9 , 0 , 100 + ( + 10 ) : When your CATV converter on or off , you have entered the Select the channels . correct code . The 10 ( ENTER ) button will function as the If there are more than one code listed for your brand of ENTER button if your TV requires pressing CATV converter , try each one until the correct one is entered . ENTER after selecting a channel number . Notes : • All the functions listed above may not be assigned to the buttons for some TVs . • If you cannot change the channels of some TVs by pressing the number buttons , press TV / CATV CH + / – for changing the channels . Manufacturers ’ codes are subject to change without notice . If they are changed , this remote control cannot operate the 6 Try to operate your TV by pressing equipment . TV / CATV . STANDBY / ON When your TV turns on or off , you have entered the correct code . If there are more than one code listed for your brand of TV , try each one until the correct one is entered . Continued on the next page 31 28 - 35_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 31 05.12.12 , 15 : 57
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Operating Other Manufacturers ’ Video Equipment To change the transmittable signals for To change the transmittable signals for operating another manufacturer’s DVD player operating another manufacturer’s VCR 1 Press and hold STANDBY / ON DVD . 1 Press and hold STANDBY / ON VCR . 2 Press DVD . 2 Press VCR . 3 Enter a manufacturer’s code using buttons 1 – 9 , 3 Enter a manufacturer’s code using buttons 1 – 9 , and 0 . and 0 . Manufacturer Codes Manufacturer Codes JVC 01 * JVC 01 * , 02 , 03 Panasonic 02 Emerson 10 , 22 Philips 04 Gold Star 11 Pioneer 03 Hitachi 04 Sony 05 Mitsubishi 12 Toshiba 06 NEC 21 Yamaha 07 Panasonic 07 , 13 Philips 09 * “ 01 ” is the initial setting . RCA 05 , 06 Samsung 20 4 Release STANDBY / ON DVD . Sanyo 17 , 18 , 19 Now you can perform the following operations on the DVD Sony 14 , 15 , 16 player : Zenith 08 STANDBY / ON DVD : Turn on and off the DVD player . * “ 01 ” is the initial setting . After pressing DVD , you can perform the following operations 4 Release STANDBY / ON VCR . on the DVD player : Now you can perform the following operations on the VCR : 3 : Start playing . 4 : Return to the beginning of the current ( or previous ) STANDBY / ON VCR : Turn on and off the VCR . chapter ( or fast reverse for some models ) . VCR CH + / – : Change the TV channels on the ¢ : Skip to the beginning of the next chapter ( or fast VCR . forward for some models ) . After pressing VCR , you can perform the following operations 7 : Stop playing . on the VCR : 8 : Pause playing . To resume , press 3 . 3 : Start playing . After pressing DVD , these buttons REW : Rewind the tape . 2 can be used for the DVD menu FF : Fast - forward the tape . operations . 7 : Stop playing or recording . 6 4 8 : Pause playing . To resume , press 3 . MENU Note : REC PAUSE : Enter recording pause . 7 / P 8 To start recording , press this button then 3 . For detailed menu operations , refer to ENTER the instructions supplied with the discs 10 or the DVD player . 5 Try to operate your VCR by pressing VCR . STANDBY / ON 5 Try to operate your DVD player by pressing When your VCR turns on or off , you have entered the correct code . DVD . STANDBY / ON When your DVD player turns on or off , you have entered the If there are more than one code listed for your brand of correct code . VCR , try each one until the correct one is entered . Manufacturers ’ codes are subject to change without notice . If they are changed , this remote control cannot operate the equipment . 32 28 - 35_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 32 05.11.28 , 20 : 35
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Troubleshooting Use this chart to help you solve daily operational problems . If there is any problem you cannot solve , contact your JVC’s service center . POSSIBLE CAUSE PROBLEM SOLUTION The display does not light up . The power cord is not plugged in . Plug the power cord into an AC outlet . No sound from speakers . Speaker signal cables are not Check speaker wiring and reconnect if necessary . connected . ( See page 5 . ) The SPEAKERS ON / OFF button is Press SPEAKERS ON / OFF so that the sounds not set correctly . come out of the speakers . ( See page 11 . ) An incorrect source is selected . Select the correct source . Muting is activated . Press MUTING to cancel the mute . ( See page 13 . ) An incorrect input mode ( analog or Select the correct input mode ( analog or digital ) . digital ) is selected . ( See pages 11 and 12 . ) “ NO SUBWOOFER ” appears on the The SUBWOOFER OUT ON / OFF If subwoofer is connected , set “ SUBWOOFER button is pressed while display . YES ” so that the SUBWOOFER OUT ON / OFF “ SUBWOOFER ” is set to button works . “ SUBWOOFER NO . ” Continuous hiss or buzzing during FM Incoming signal is too weak . Connect an outdoor FM antenna or contact your reception . dealer . ( See page 4 . ) The station is too far away . Select a new station . Noise is heard during FM / AM An incorrect antenna is used . Check with your dealer to be sure you have the reception . correct antenna . Antennas are not connected properly . Check connections . ( See pages 4 and 5 . ) Ignition noise from automobiles . Move the antenna farther from automobile traffic . Speakers are overloaded because of “ OVERLOAD ” starts flashing on the 1 . Press STANDBY / ON on the front panel to high volume . display . turn off the receiver . 2 . Stop the playback source . 3 . Turn on the receiver again , and adjust the volume . Speakers are overloaded because of Press STANDBY / ON on the front panel to turn short circuit of speaker terminals . off the receiver , then check the speaker wiring . If “ OVERLOAD ” does not disappear , unplug the AC power cord , then plug it back again . If speaker wiring is not short - circuited , contact your dealer . The built - in microcomputer is not “ DSP NG ” appears on the display . Press STANDBY / ON on the front panel to turn functioning correctly . off the receiver . After unplugging the AC power cord , contact your dealer . The STANDBY lamp lights up after The receiver is overloaded because of on the front panel to turn Press STANDBY / ON turning on the power , and soon the a high voltage . off the receiver . After unplugging the AC power receiver turns off again ( into standby cord , contact your dealer . mode ) . Remote control does not work . There is an obstruction between the Remove the obstruction . remote sensor on the receiver and the remote control . Batteries are weak . Replace batteries . ( See page 4 . ) An incorrect remote control operation Remote control does not work as you Select the correct remote control operation mode . mode is selected . intend . ( See pages 29 to 32 . ) 33 28 - 35_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 33 05.11.28 , 20 : 35
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Specifications Amplifier Output Power Front channels : 100 W per channel , min . RMS , driven into 8 Ω , at 1 kHz with no more than 10 % total harmonic distortion . Center channel : 100 W , min . RMS , driven into 8 Ω , at 1 kHz with no more than 10 % total harmonic distortion . Surround channels : 100 W per channel , min . RMS , driven into 8 Ω , at 1 kHz with no more than 10 % total harmonic distortion . Audio Audio Input Sensitivity / Impedance ( 1 kHz ) CD , TAPE / CDR , VCR , TV SOUND , DVD , AUX : 220 mV / 47 kΩ Audio Input ( DIGITAL IN ) * Coaxial DIGITAL 1 ( DVD ) : 0.5 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Optical DIGITAL 2 ( CD ) : – 21 dBm to – 15 dBm ( 660 nm ± 30 nm ) * Corresponding to Linear PCM , Dolby Digital , and DTS Digital Surround ( with sampling frequency — 32 kHz , 44.1 kHz , 48 kHz ) Recording Output Level TAPE / CDR , VCR : 220 mV Signal - to - Noise Ratio ( ’ 66 IHF / ’ 78 IHF ) CD , TAPE / CDR , VCR , TV SOUND , DVD : 62 dB / 71 dB Frequency Response ( 8 Ω ) CD , TAPE / CDR , VCR , TV SOUND , DVD , AUX : 20 Hz to 20 kHz ( ± 1 dB ) Equalization ( 5 bands ) 63 Hz , 250 Hz , 1 kHz , 4 kHz , 16 kHz : ± 8 dB ( in 2 dB steps ) Video Video Input Sensitivity / Impedance Composite video DVD , VCR , AUX : 1 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Video Output Level Composite video VCR , MONITOR OUT : 1 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Synchronization : Negative Signal - to - Noise Ratio : 45 dB 34 28 - 35_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 34 05.12.21 , 8 : 36
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FM tuner ( IHF ) Tuning Range : 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz Usable Sensitivity Monaural : 12.8 dBf ( 1.2 µV / 75 Ω ) 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity Monaural : 16.0 dBf ( 1.7 µV / 75 Ω ) Stereo : 37.5 dBf ( 20.5 µV / 75 Ω ) Stereo Separation at OUT ( REC ) : 35 dB at 1 kHz AM tuner Tuning Range : 530 kHz to 1 710 kHz General Power Requirements : AC 120V , 60 Hz Power Consumption : 155 W / 200 VA ( at operation ) 0.8 W ( in standby mode ) Dimensions ( W x H x D ) : 435 mm x 146.5 mm x 369.5 mm 3 13 5 / 16 in . x 5 / 16 in . x 14 / 8 in . ) ( 17 Mass : 7.0 kg ( 15.5 lbs ) Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice . 35 28 - 35_RX - 5060B [ J ] . p65 35 05.12.12 , 15 : 58
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