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English Français AUDIO / VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER RECEPTEUR DE COMMANDE AUDIO / VIDEO RX - 7040B / RX - 7042S INSTRUCTIONS MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS LVT1170 - 002A [ C ] Cover_7040 [ C ] 1 04.2.12 , 19 : 00
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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 tsymbol , oed'sntc within an equilateral triangle is intended t harmful interference to radio or television reception , which can be alert the user to the presence of uninsulatciectri determined by turning the equipment off and on , the user is " dangerous voltage " within the lproduice encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the enclosure that may be of esuff following measures : magnitude to constitute a risk of 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 presence of important operatings Consult the dealer or an experienced radio / TV technician for help . maintenance ( servicing ) instruction in t literature accompanying the appliance . Note to CATV system installer : This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Section 820 - 40 of the NEC which provides guidelines for WARNING : TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE proper grounding and , in particular , specifies that the cable ground OR ELECTRIC SHOCK , DO NOT EXPOSE shall be connected to the grounding system of the building , as close THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE . to the point of cable entry as practical . CAUTION For Canada / pour Le Canada To reduce the risk of electrical shocks , fire , etc . : 1 . Do not remove screws , covers or cabinet . CAUTION : TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK , MATCH WIDE 2 . Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture . BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT , FULLY INSERT . ATTENTION ATTENTION : POUR EVITER LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES , Afin d’éviter tout risque d’électrocution , d’incendie , etc . : INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA 1 . Ne pas enlever les vis ni les panneaux et ne pas ouvrir le BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER coffret de l’appareil . JUSQUAU FOND . 2 . Ne pas exposer l’appareil à la pluie ni à l’humidité . THIS DIGITAL APPARATUS DOES NOT EXCEED THE CLASS B LIMITS FOR RADIO NOISE EMISSIONS FROM DIGITAL APPA - RATUS AS SET OUT IN THE INTERFERENCE - CAUSING EQUIPMENT STANDARD ENTITLED “ DIGITAL APPARATUS , ” ICES - 003 OF THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS . CET APPAREIL NUMERIQUE RESPECTE LES LIMITES DE Caution – – STANDBY / ON button ! BRUITS RADIOELECTRIQUES APPLICABLES AUX APPAREILS Disconnect the mains plug to shut the power off completely . The NUMERIQUES DE CLASSE B PRESCRITES DANS LA NORME STANDBY / ON button in any position does not disconnect SUR LE MATERIEL BROUILLEUR ; “ APPAREILS NUMERIQUES ” , the mains line . The power can be remote controlled . NMB - 003 EDICTEE PAR LE MINISTRE DES COMMUNICATIONS . Attention – – Commutateur STANDBY / ON ! Déconnecter la fiche de secteur pour couper complètement le courant . Le commutateur STANDBY / ON ne coupe jamais complètement la ligne de secteur , quelle que soit sa position . Le courant peut être télécommandé . G - 1 Safety_7040 [ C ] 1 04.2.12 , 19 : 00
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Table of Contents English Basic Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Quick Speaker Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Basic Setting Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Basic Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Setting the speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Parts Identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Setting the speaker distance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Setting the bass sounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Checking the Supplied Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Selecting the main or sub channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Putting Batteries in the Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Setting for easy and effective surround operations . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Connecting the FM and AM Antennas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Setting the digital input terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Connecting the Speakers and Subwoofer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Setting the component video input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Connecting Audio / Video Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Memorizing the volume level for each source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 7 Analog connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 7 Digital connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Adjusting Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Connecting the Power Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Basic Adjustment Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Basic Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Basic Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Adjusting the equalization patterns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Daily Operational Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Adjusting the speaker output levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Turning On the Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Adjusting the sound parameters Selecting the Source to Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 for the surround and DSP modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Adjusting the Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Selecting the Front Speakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Using the Surround Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Turning On and Off the Subwoofer Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Reproducing Theater Ambience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Selecting the Analog or Digital Input Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Introducing the Surround Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Setting the Dynamic Range . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Surround Modes Applicable to the Various Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Attenuating the Input Signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Activating the Surround Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Turning Analog Direct On and Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 7 Activating the EX / ES setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Making Sounds Natural . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 7 Activating the surround modes automatically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Changing the Source Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 7 Activating the surround modes manually . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Reinforcing the Bass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Muting the Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Using the DSP Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Changing the Display Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Reproducing the Sound Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Using the Sleep Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Introducing the DSP Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Activating the DSP Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Receiving Radio Broadcasts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Tuning in to Stations Manually . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Using the DVD MULTI Playback Mode . . . . . . . . . . 36 Using Preset Tuning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Selecting the FM Reception Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Activating the DVD MULTI Playback Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 COMPU LINK Remote Control System . . . . . . . . . 37 AV COMPU LINK Remote Control System . . . . 38 Operating JVC’s Audio / Video Components . . . 40 Operating Audio Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Operating Video Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Operating Other Manufacturers ’ Video Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 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 - 12_7040 [ C ] 1 04.2.12 , 19 : 00
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Introduction English We would like to thank you for purchasing one of our JVC products . Before operating this unit , read this manual carefully and thoroughly to obtain the best possible performance from your unit , and retain this manual for future reference . Precautions Features General CC ( Compression Compensative ) converter • Be sure your hands are dry . CC Converter eliminates jitter and ripples , achieving a drastic • Turn the power off to all components . reduction in digital distortion by processing the digital music data • Read the manuals supplied with the components you are going to in 24 bit - quantization and by expanding the sampling frequency to connect . 128 kHz ( for fs 32 kHz signals ) / 176.4 kHz ( for fs 44.1 kHz signals ) / 192 kHz ( for fs 48 kHz signals ) . By using the CC Power sources Converter , you can obtain a natural sound field from any source . ( See page 17 for details . ) • When unplugging the receiver from the wall outlet , always pull the plug , not the AC power cord . K2 technology • Do not handle the AC power cord with wet hands . • If you are not going to operate the receiver for an extended period K2 technology has been designed to enable natural audio of time , unplug the AC power cord from the wall outlet . reproduction , achieving a drastic reduction in digital distortion and creating original sound ambience with high precision . Locations Compatible with various audio formats including • Install the receiver in a location that is level and protected from DTS 96 / 24 moisture and dust . • The temperature around the receiver must be between – 5 ˚ C and This unit allows you to enjoy an audio format such as Dolby 35 ˚ C . Digital EX , Dolby Pro Logic II , DTS - ES , DTS Neo : 6 , and DTS 96 / 24 . Ventilation • This unit is also compatible with Dual Mono signals recorded in Dolby Digital and DTS discs . High power amplifiers built in this receiver will generate heat inside the cabinet . For safety , observe the following carefully . DAP ( Digital Acoustic Processor ) • Make sure there is good ventilation around the receiver . Poor ventilation could overheat and damage the receiver . Sound field simulation technology allows precise ambience • Do not block the ventilation openings or holes . ( If the ventilation recreation of existing theaters and halls . Thanks to the high - openings or holes are blocked by a newspaper or cloth , etc . , the performance DSP ( Digital Signal Processor ) and high - capacity heat may not be able to get out . ) memory , you can enjoy multi - channel surround sound by playing 2 - channel or multi - channel software according to the speaker Others setting . • Do not insert any metal object into the receiver . • Should any metallic object or liquid fall onto the unit , unplug the Multi - channel headphone virtual surround unit and consult your dealer before operating any further . sound — 3D Headphone mode • Do not expose this apparatus to rain , moisture , dripping or The built - in headphone virtual surround system is compatible with splashing and that no objects filled with liquids , such as vases Multi - channel software like Dolby Digital , DTS Surround , etc . shall be placed on the apparatus . Thanks to the signal processing algorithms used by the high - • Do not disassemble the receiver or remove screws , covers , or performance DSP , you can enjoy a natural surround sound through cabinet . the headphones . If anything goes wrong , unplug the AC power cord and consult your JVC dealer . COMPU LINK / AV COMPU LINK remote control systems These COMPU LINK remote control systems allow you to operate other JVC’s audio / video components from this receiver . 2 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] 2 04.2.12 , 19 : 00
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Parts Identification English Remote Control See pages in parentheses for details . 1 DIMMER button ( 18 , 40 ) 2 Standby / On buttons ( 13 , 40 – 43 ) AUDIO , DVD , CATV / DBS , VCR , TV AUDIO DIMMER 3 Source selection buttons ( 13 – 15 , 19 , 20 , 36 , 40 – 43 ) 1 DVD MULTI , DVD , CD * , TAPE / CDR * , TV / DBS , VCR , DVD CATV / DBS VCR TV FM / AM * * When you press one of these source selection buttons on 2 DVD MULTI DVD TAPE / CDR CD the remote control , the receiver automatically turns on . 4 TV VOL ( volume ) + / – button ( 41 , 42 ) 5 CHANNEL + / – button ( 41 – 43 ) 3 VCR TV / DBS MUTING FM / AM 6 Operating buttons for audio / video components ( 40 , 41 , 43 ) u REW 4 , 3 , FF ¢ , 7 , 8 TV VOL CHANNEL VOLUME Operating buttons for tuner ( 19 , 40 ) ( TUNING , TUNING 9 4 REC PAUSE button ( 41 , 43 ) i TV / VIDEO button ( 41 , 42 ) 5 / FF REW / TUNING TUNING 7 SURROUND button ( 33 , 40 ) 8 Operating buttons for DVD player ( 41 , 43 ) 6 TV / VIDEO REC PAUSE ENTER , 3 , 2 , 5 , ∞ 9 DSP button ( 34 , 35 , 40 ) SURROUND DVD MENU p CC CONVERTER button ( 17 , 40 ) o 7 q EX / ES button ( 33 , 40 ) w ANALOG DIRECT button ( 17 , 40 ) e ANALOG / DIGITAL INPUT button ( 16 , 40 ) 8 r MIDNIGHT MODE button ( 16 , 40 ) SURR / DSP t CD - DISC button ( 40 ) DSP OFF y Sound adjustment buttons ( 18 , 28 , 29 , 40 ) 9 ; u MUTING button ( 18 , 40 ) i VOLUME + / – button ( 14 , 18 , 40 ) CC CONVERTER CATV / DBS VCR TAPE / CDR CONT CONT CONT p a o DVD MENU button ( 41 , 43 ) EX / ES ; SURR ( surround ) / DSP OFF button ( 33 , 35 , 40 ) 1 2 3 q s a CATV / DBS CONT ( control ) button ( 42 ) ANALOG VCR CONT ( control ) button ( 41 ) DIRECT 6 4 5 w TAPE / CDR CONT ( control ) button ( 41 ) ANALOG / DIGITAL s 10 keys for operating audio / video components ( 40 – 43 ) INPUT 8 9 7 / P e RETURN FM MODE 10 keys for operating the tuner ( 20 , 40 ) MIDNIGHT MODE 10 0 10 d SLEEP button ( 18 , 40 ) r CD - DISC SLEEP t d BASS CENTER D.EQ FREQ TEST BOOST TONE y CENTER D.EQ LEVEL L FRONT R To open the cover of the L SURR R S.BACK SUBWFR remote control , push here then slide downward . A / V CONTROL RECEIVER 3 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] 3 04.2.12 , 19 : 00
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English Front Panel 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 1 MASTER VOLUME SURROUND STANDBY DSP STANDBY / ON SPEAKERS ON / OFF SURROUND / DSP OFF 1 CC CONVERTER 2 DVD MULTI DVD TV SOUND / DBS CD TAPE / CDR FM AM VCR SUBWOOFER OUT ON / OFF ANALOG DIRECT SETTING ADJUST MULTI JOG QUICK SPEAKER SETUP EXIT PUSH – OPEN PUSH SET PHONES o ; i a sd 9 p q w MIDNIGHT EX / ES MODE FM / AM TUNING FM / AM PRESET FM MODE MEMORY INPUT INPUT TUNER CONTROL DIGITAL ANALOG INPUT ATT er ty u Inside the front door How to open the front door Press down on PUSH - OPEN . See pages in parentheses for details . e EX / ES button ( 33 ) r INPUT ANALOG button ( 16 ) 1 STANDBY / ON button and STANDBY lamp ( 13 ) INPUT ATT button ( 16 ) 2 SPEAKERS ON / OFF 1 / 2 buttons ( 15 ) t MIDNIGHT MODE button ( 16 ) 3 SURROUND button ( 32 , 33 ) y INPUT DIGITAL button ( 16 ) 4 Remote sensor u TUNER CONTROL buttons 5 Display window ( For details , see “ Display window ” on the FM / AM TUNING 5 / ∞ buttons ( 19 ) next page . ) FM / AM PRESET 5 / ∞ buttons ( 19 , 20 ) 6 Source selection buttons ( 13 – 15 , 17 , 19 , 20 , 36 ) FM MODE button ( 20 ) DVD MULTI , DVD , VCR , TV SOUND / DBS , CD , MEMORY button ( 19 ) TAPE / CDR , FM , AM i SETTING button ( 23 ) 7 MASTER VOLUME control ( 14 ) o QUICK SPEAKER SETUP button ( 21 ) 8 CC CONVERTER button and lamp ( 17 ) ; MULTI JOG control ( 21 , 23 , 27 ) 9 SUBWOOFER OUT ON / OFF button ( 15 ) PUSH SET button ( 21 , 23 , 27 ) p PHONES jack ( 15 ) a EXIT button ( 23 , 27 ) q DSP button ( 34 , 35 ) s ADJUST button ( 27 ) w SURROUND / DSP OFF button ( 33 , 35 ) d ANALOG DIRECT button and lamp ( 17 ) 4 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] 4 04.2.12 , 19 : 00
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English Display Window 78 2 3 45 6 9 0 - = ~ ! @ 1 DUAL ANALOG DIGITAL 96 / 24 MULTI TUNED STEREO AUTO SLEEP ONETOUCH OPERATION AUTO MUTING C R L LINEAR PCM VIRTUAL SB PRO LOGIC NEO : 6 B . BOOST MIDNIGHT MODE D . EQ HEADPHONE SPEAKERS 1 2 DSP 3D - PHONIC SUBWFR LFE DIGITAL VOLUME INPUT ATT LS S RS SB # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ + = ONE TOUCH OPERATION indicator ( 26 ) See pages in parentheses for details . ~ SLEEP indicator ( 18 ) 1 DUAL indicator ( 31 ) ! MIDNIGHT MODE indicator ( 16 ) 2 ANALOG indicator ( 16 ) @ B . BOOST ( Bass Boost ) indicator ( 18 ) 3 DIGITAL AUTO indicator ( 16 ) # Speaker and signal indicators ( 14 ) 4 96 / 24 indicator ( 31 ) $ Digital signal format indicators ( 16 ) 5 MULTI indicator ( 36 ) % Main display 6 NEO : 6 indicator ( 31 ) ^ D . EQ ( digital equalization ) indicator ( 28 ) 7 TUNED indicator ( 19 ) & DSP indicator ( 15 , 32 , 34 ) PRO LOGIC indicator ( 30 ) 8 * 3D - PHONIC indicator ( 31 , 34 , 35 ) PRO LOGIC II indicator ( 31 ) ( HEADPHONE indicator ( 15 , 32 , 34 ) 9 STEREO indicator ( 19 , 20 ) ) INPUT ATT ( attenuator ) indicator ( 16 ) 0 AUTO MUTING indicator ( 20 ) _ VOLUME level indicator ( 13 , 18 ) - VIRTUAL SB ( Surround Back ) indicator ( 30 – 32 ) + SPEAKERS 1 / 2 indicators ( 15 ) Rear Panel 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 VIDEO AUDIO DIGITAL IN SUBWOOFER COMPULINK - 4 AV COMPONENT VIDEO VIDEO S - VIDEO OUT LEFT RIGHT SUBWOOFER CENTER ( SYNCHRO ) COMPULINK - DVD DVD IN IN ANTENNA FRONT DVD IN ( R ) DBS VC TV SOUND AM SURR IN DIGITAL 1 ( DVD ) DBS EXT IN AM RIGHT LEFT LOOP MONITOR OUT ( REC ) OUT DIGITAL 2 ( CD ) PB PR VCR Y IN 8 16 CAUTION : SPEAKER IMPEDANCE ( PLAY ) CAUTION : SPEAKER IMPEDANCE DIGITAL 3 ( TV ) 1 OR 2 : 8 16 FM 75 + + COAXIAL OUT 1 AND 2 : 16 32 ( REC ) DIGITAL 4 ( CDR ) TAPE SINGLE USE + + CDR See Instruction IN Manual For ( PLAY ) Connection – – – – PCM / DOLBY DIGITAL MONITOR / DTS OUT LEFT RIGHT LEFT LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT RIGHT DIGITAL OUT CD 1 2 CENTER IN FRONT SPEAKERS SURROUND BACK SPEAKERS SURROUND SPEAKERS SPEAKER p q w e r t 5 SUBWOOFER OUT jack ( 7 ) See pages in parentheses for details . 6 COMPONENT VIDEO input / output jacks ( 10 , 11 ) 1 DIGITAL IN terminals ( 12 ) • Input : DVD IN , DBS ( VCR ) IN • Coaxial : DIGITAL 1 ( DVD ) • Output : MONITOR OUT • Optical : DIGITAL 2 ( CD ) , DIGITAL 3 ( TV ) , 7 COMPULINK - 4 ( SYNCHRO ) jacks ( 37 ) DIGITAL 4 ( CDR ) 8 AV COMPULINK - III jacks ( 38 ) 2 AUDIO input / output jacks ( 9 – 11 ) 9 AC power cord ( 12 ) • Input : DVD IN — FRONT , CENTER , SUBWOOFER , p DIGITAL OUT terminal ( 12 ) SURR , TV SOUND / DBS IN , VCR IN ( PLAY ) , q SURROUND BACK SPEAKERS terminals ( 7 ) TAPE / CDR IN ( PLAY ) , CD IN w SURROUND SPEAKERS terminals ( 7 ) • Output : VCR OUT ( REC ) , TAPE / CDR OUT ( REC ) e CENTER SPEAKER terminals ( 7 ) 3 S - VIDEO and composite VIDEO input / output jacks ( 10 , 11 ) r FRONT SPEAKERS 1 terminals ( 7 ) • Input : DVD IN , TV SOUND / DBS IN , VCR IN ( PLAY ) t FRONT SPEAKERS 2 terminals ( 7 ) • Output : VCR OUT ( REC ) , MONITOR OUT 4 ANTENNA terminals ( 6 ) 5 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] 5 04.2.12 , 19 : 00
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Getting Started English This section explains how to connect audio / video components and speakers to the receiver , and how to connect the power supply . Checking the Supplied Accessories Connecting the FM and AM Antennas Check to be sure you have all of the following items , which are FM antenna connections supplied with the receiver . The number in the parentheses indicates quantity of the pieces A B supplied . 75 75 COAXIAL COAXIAL FM FM • Remote Control ( 1 ) • Batteries ( 2 ) Extend the supplied FM antenna • AM Loop Antenna ( 1 ) horizontally . • FM Antenna ( 1 ) If anything is missing , contact your dealer immediately . ANTENNA FM Antenna ( supplied ) EAMXT Putting Batteries in the Remote Control AMOOP L Before using the remote control , insert the two supplied batteries first . Outdoor FM Antenna Cable ( not supplied ) 1 2 3 FM 75 COAXIAL R6 ( SUM - 3 ) / AA ( 15F ) Connect the supplied FM antenna as temporary measure to the FM 75 Ω COAXIAL terminal — A If reception is poor , connect the outdoor FM antenna ( not supplied ) — B 1 . Disconnect the supplied FM antenna . 2 . Connect a 75 Ω coaxial cable ( with the standard type connector ) . 1 . Press and slide the battery cover on the back of the remote control . AM antenna connections 2 . Insert the batteries . • Make sure to match the polarity : ( + ) to ( + ) and ( – ) to ( – ) . Turn the loop until you have the ANTENNA best reception . 3 . Replace the cover . EAMXT If the remote control cannot transmit signals or operate the receiver AMOOP L correctly , replace the batteries . Use two R6 ( SUM - 3 ) / AA ( 15F ) type dry - cell batteries . AM Loop Antenna Notes : ( supplied ) • Supplied batteries are for the initial setup . Replace for continued FM 75 Snap the tabs on the loop into the slots of use . COAXIAL • After replacing the batteries , set the manufacturers ’ codes again the base to assemble the AM loop antenna . ( see pages from 42 to 44 ) . 2 1 3 CAUTION : Follow these precautions to avoid leaking or cracking cells : • Place batteries in the remote control so they match the polarity : ( + ) to ( + ) and ( – ) to ( – ) . • Use the correct type of batteries . Batteries that look similar may differ in voltage . Outdoor single vinyl - covered wire ( not supplied ) • Always replace both batteries at the same time . • Do not expose batteries to heat or flame . 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 . ) 6 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] 6 04.2.12 , 19 : 00
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English Speaker connections Connecting the Speakers and Subwoofer 1 2 3 4 You can connect the following speakers : • Two pairs of front speakers . • One pair of surround speakers . RIGHT RIGHT • One surround back speaker or one pair of surround back speakers . RIGHT LEFT LEFT • One center speaker . LEFT • One powered subwoofer . 1 1 For FRONT CAUTION : * * SPEAKERS + • Use only the speakers of the SPEAKER IMPEDANCE indicated by + 2 terminals + the speaker terminals . – – – – When connecting to either the FRONT SPEAKERS 1 or 2 LEFT LEFT RIGHT LEFT terminals , use speakers with an impedance of 8 Ω to 16 Ω . RIGHT RIGHT – When connecting to both of the FRONT SPEAKERS 1 and 2 terminals , use speakers with an impedance of 16 Ω to 32 Ω . 1 . Twist and remove the insulation at the end of • Do not connect more than one speaker to each speaker terminal . each speaker signal cable ( not supplied ) . IMPORTANT : 2 . Open the speaker terminal . After connecting the speakers , set the speaker installation information properly.You can use Quick Speaker Setup for it ( see 3 . Insert the speaker signal cable . page 21 ) . 4 . Close the speaker terminal . • To obtain the best possible Surround / DSP effect , see “ Setting the Speakers ” on page 23 . For each speaker ( except for a subwoofer ) , connect the ( + ) and ( – ) terminals on the rear panel to the ( + ) and ( – ) terminals marked on the speakers . 2 Front speakers 1 Front speakers 2 Surround back speakers Surround speakers * Right / Left Right / Left Right / Left Right / Left Center speaker 8 16 CAUTION : SPEAKER IMPEDANCE CAUTION : SPEAKER IMPEDANCE 1 OR 2 : 8 16 + + 1 AND 2 : 16 32 SINGLE USE + + See Instruction Manual For Connection – – – – LEFT RIGHT LEFT LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT RIGHT 1 2 CENTER FRONT SPEAKERS SURROUND BACK SPEAKERS SURROUND SPEAKERS SPEAKER 2 When using only one surround back speaker , connect the ª * Connecting the subwoofer cord to the RIGHT ª terminal and the · cord to the LEFT · You can enhance the bass by connecting a subwoofer . terminal . Connect the input jack of a powered subwoofer to the rear panel , 8 CAUTION : SPEAKER IMPEDANCE using a cable with RCA pin plugs ( not supplied ) . + To RIGHT ª terminal SINGLE USE SUBWOOFER OUT See Instruction Manual For Connection – LEFT RIGHT R To LEFT · terminal SURROUND BACK SPEAKERS SU Powered Subwoofer Surround back speaker 7 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] 7 04.2.12 , 19 : 00
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English Placing speakers Speaker layout Front speakers ( L / R ) and center speaker ( C ) Ideal speaker layout varies depending on the conditions of your • Place these speakers at the same height from the floor , at or near listening room . The diagram below is a recommended typical ear level . example . • Array across the front of the viewing area . Subwoofer Surround speakers ( LS / RS ) and surround back speakers ( SB ) • Place these speakers at a position which is 60 cm to 90 cm higher than the listener’s ears . • Point these speakers directly across the listening area , but not at the listener’s ears . Subwoofer Center speaker Left front speaker ( s ) Right front speaker ( s ) • You can place it wherever you like since bass sound is non - ( C ) ( L ) ( R ) directional . Normally place it in front of you . C L R Subwoofer Left surround Right surround speaker ( LS ) speaker ( RS ) LS RS Surround back speakers ( SB ) CAUTION : ( Left ) ( Right ) Do not place the center speaker on the TV . If you do so , the center SB SB SB * speaker may cause various troubles to the TV ( for example , color unevenness ) . Moreover , it may hurt you by its falling from the TV . * When one surround back speaker is connected . Note : Ideal speaker layout requires that all speakers be placed at the same distance from the listener . However , since in some places it may be difficult to fulfil this requirement , this unit can adjust the delay time so that the sounds through all the speakers reach the listener with the same timing . ( See page 24 . ) 8 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] 8 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English Cassette deck Connecting Audio / Video Components You can connect either a cassette deck or a CD recorder to the When connecting individual components , refer also to the manuals TAPE / CDR jacks . When connecting a CD recorder to the supplied with them . TAPE / CDR jacks , see below . Analog connections If your audio components have digital audio output terminal , connecting them using the digital cords explained in “ Digital Connections ” ( see page 12 ) . By using this terminal , you can get better sound quality . Cassette deck Audio component connections To audio input To audio output 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 . R OUT If your audio components have a COMPU LINK jack ( REC ) See also page 37 for detailed information about the connection TAPE L CDR and the COMPU LINK remote control system . L IN ( PLAY ) R CAUTION : 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 . CD recorder You can connect either a CD recorder or a cassette deck to the CD player TAPE / CDR jacks . When connecting a cassette deck to the TAPE / CDR jacks , see above . CD recorder CD player R To audio input To audio output L CD IN To audio output R OUT ( REC ) TAPE L CDR L IN ( PLAY ) R 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 17 for details . 9 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] 9 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English Video component connections TV and / or DBS tuner 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 . MONITOR • If your video components have S - video ( Y / C - separation ) and / or OUT component video ( Y , PB , PR ) terminals , connect them using an S - PB PR Y video cable ( not supplied ) and / or component video cable ( not R supplied ) . By using these jacks , you can get better picture quality TV SOUND DBS in the order : A IN L Component video > S - video > Composite video TV • If your video components have digital audio output terminal , When connecting MONITOR connect them using the digital cords explained in “ Digital OUT the TV to the connections ” ( see page 12 ) . By using this terminal , you can get AUDIO jacks ( TV better sound quality . SOUND / DBS IN ) , DO NOT connect If your video components have an AV COMPULINK jack the TV’s video See also page 38 for detailed information about the connection output to these B and the AV COMPU LINK remote control system . video input jacks . C IMPORTANT : D This receiver is equipped with the following video jacks — composite video , S - video and component video jacks.You can use any of the Connect the TV to appropriate MONITOR OUT jacks to view three to connect a video component . the playback picture from any other connected video However , the video signals from one type of these input jacks are components . transmitted only through the video output jacks of the same type . Å To audio output Therefore , if a recording video component and a playing video ı To component video input component are connected to the receiver through the video jacks of Ç To S - video input different type , you cannot record the picture . In addition , if the TV and Î To composite video input a playing video component are connected to the receiver through the video jacks of different type , you cannot view the playback picture on the TV . VCR ( R ) DBS VC Å To audio input IN ı To audio output Ç To S - video output R Î To composite video output TV SOUND A DBS ‰ To S - video input IN L Ï To composite video input Ì To component video output DBS G D C E F DBS tuner A B VCR D B C Å To audio output ı To component video output Ç To S - video output ( R ) DBS VC IN Î To composite video output Notes : R OUT • When connecting a DBS tuner to the TV SOUND / DBS IN jacks , ( REC ) L change the source name to “ DBS , ” which will be shown on the VCR R IN display when it is selected as the source . Otherwise you cannot ( PLAY ) view any picture from DBS tuner . See page 17 for details . L • When connecting a DBS tuner to component video input jacks , Notes : make the component video input setting ( VIDEO IN DBS ) correctly for AV COMPU LINK . See page 26 for details . • When connecting a VCR to component video input jacks , make the • When make the component video input setting for a DBS tuner component video input setting ( VIDEO IN VCR ) correctly for AV ( VIDEO IN DBS ) correctly , the component video input setting for a COMPU LINK . See page 26 for details . VCR ( VIDEO IN VCR ) is not available . • When make the component video input setting for a VCR ( VIDEO IN VCR ) correctly , the component video input setting for a DBS tuner ( VIDEO IN DBS ) is not available . 10 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] 10 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English DVD player To enjoy Dolby Digital and DTS multi - channel software ( including • When you connect a DVD player with its analog discrete Dual Mono software ) , connect the DVD player through the digital or output ( 5.1 - channel reproduction ) jacks : analog discrete ( DVD MULTI ) terminals . This connection is the best connection method for enjoying DVD • When you connect a DVD player with stereo output jacks : Audio sounds . • When a DVD Audio disc is played back , the original high - quality sounds can be reproduced only using this connection . COMPONENT VIDEO DVD IN COMPONENT VIDEO DVD IN VIDEO AUDIO VIDEO S - VIDEO RIGHT LEFT SUBWOOFER CENTER DVD IN FRONT DVDN I SURR R L LEFT RIGHT VIDEO AUDIO VIDEO S - VIDEO RIGHT LEFT SUBWOOFER CENTER DVD IN FRONT DVDN DVD player I SURR DVD R L LEFT RIGHT A R L B C D Å To component video output DVD player ı To S - video output Ç To composite video output DVD Î To left / right front channel audio output ( or to audio - mixed output if necessary ) A B Note : C When connecting a DVD player to the component video input jacks , D make the component video input setting ( VIDEO IN DVD ) correctly for E F G AV COMPU LINK . See page 26 for details . Å To component video output ı To subwoofer output Ç To center channel audio output Î To S - video output ‰ To composite video output Ï To left / right front channel audio output Ì To left / right surround channel audio output Note : When connecting a DVD player to the component video input jacks , make the component video input setting ( VIDEO IN DVD ) correctly for AV COMPU LINK . See page 26 for details . 11 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] 11 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English Digital output terminal Digital connections This receiver is equipped with four DIGITAL IN terminals — one You can connect any digital components which have an optical digital coaxial terminal and three digital optical terminals — and one digital input terminal . DIGITAL OUT ( optical ) terminal on the rear . Digital optical cable ( not supplied ) between digital optical terminals IMPORTANT : • When connecting a DVD player , VCR , digital TV broadcast tuner , or DBS tuner using the digital terminals , you also need to connect it to the video jacks on the rear . Without connecting it to the video jacks , you can view no playback picture . When the digital recording • After connecting the components using the DIGITAL IN terminals , equipment such as a CD recorder set the following correctly if necessary . has a digital optical input terminal , – Set the digital input ( DIGITAL IN ) terminal setting correctly.For details , connecting it to the DIGITAL OUT see “ Setting the digital input terminals ” on pages 25 and 26 . PCM / DOLBY DIGITAL terminal enables you to perform – Select the digital input mode correctly . For details , see “ Selecting / DTS digital - to - digital recording . the Analog or Digital Input Mode ” on page 15 . DIGITAL OUT Digital input terminals Note : You can connect any digital components having coaxial or optical The digital signal format transmitted through the DIGITAL OUT digital output terminal . terminal is the same as that of the input signal . This means that when the DTS signals are input , the DTS signals are transmitted . Digital coaxial cable ( not supplied ) between digital coaxial terminals Digital optical cable ( not supplied ) Connecting the Power Cord between digital optical terminals Before plugging the receiver into an AC outlet , make sure that all connections have been made . DIGITAL IN When the component has a digital Plug the power cord into an AC outlet . coaxial output terminal , connect it to the DIGITAL 1 ( DVD ) terminal , using a Keep the power cord away from the digital coaxial cable ( not supplied ) . connecting cables and the antenna . The power cord may cause noise or screen interference . DIGITAL 1 ( DVD ) When the component has a digital Note : optical output terminal , connect it to the DIGITAL 2 ( CD ) The preset settings such as preset channels and sound adjustment DIGITAL 2 ( CD ) , DIGITAL 3 ( TV ) or may be erased in a few days in the following cases : DIGITAL 4 ( CDR ) terminal , using a – When you unplug the power cord . digital optical cable ( not supplied ) . DIGITAL 3 ( TV ) – When a power failure occurs . Before connecting a digital CAUTIONS : optical cable , unplug the DIGITAL 4 ( CDR ) protective plug . • Do not touch the power cord with wet hands . • Do not pull on the power cord to unplug the cord . When unplugging the cord , always grasp the plug so as not to damage the cord . Notes : • When shipped from the factory , the DIGITAL IN terminals have been set for use with the following components : – DIGITAL 1 ( coaxial ) : For DVD player – DIGITAL 2 ( optical ) : For CD player – DIGITAL 3 ( optical ) : For digital TV broadcast tuner – DIGITAL 4 ( optical ) : For CD recorder • When you want to operate the CD player or CD recorder , using the COMPU LINK remote control system ( see page 37 ) , connect the target component also as described in “ Analog connections ” ( see page 9 ) . • When you want to operate a DVD player , VCR , and / or TV using the AV COMPU LINK remote control system ( see page 38 ) , connect them also as described in “ Analog connections ” ( see pages 10 and 11 ) . 12 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] 12 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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Basic Operations English 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 1 3 4 2 Press one of the source selection buttons . • When you have connected digital source components using the 1 . Turn on the power . digital terminals , change the input mode for these components to • See “ Turning On the Power ” below . the digital input mode ( see page 15 ) . 2 . Select the source . Selected source name and current • See “ Selecting the Source to Play ” to the right . Surround / DSP mode appear . 3 . Adjust the volume . ANALOG • See “ Adjusting the Volume ” on page 14 . L R LINEAR PCM SPEAKERS 1 4 . Select the Surround or DSP modes . VOLUME • See “ Activating the Surround Modes ” ( page 33 ) and “ Activating the DSP Modes ” ( page 35 ) . VCR TV SOUND / DBS DVD MULTI DVD CD TAPE / CDR FM AM Turning On the Power On the front panel DVD MULTI DVD CD TAPE / CDR VCR TV / DBS FM / AM On the remote Notes : Press STANDBY / ON ( or AUDIO on the remote control ) . • When connecting a CD recorder ( to the TAPE / CDR jacks ) and a DBS tuner ( to the TV SOUND / DBS jacks ) , change the source The STANDBY lamp goes off . names shown on the display . For details , see page 17 . • When you press CD , TAPE / CDR , or FM / AM button on the remote Current source name and Surround / DSP mode appear . control , the receiver automatically turns on . • When you select “ DVD MULTI , ” you can enjoy analog discrete ANALOG output sound ( 5.1 - channel surround reproduction ) from the external R L LINEAR PCM component . SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME – You may need to select analog discrete output mode on the external component . – When using the headphones , you can listen to the front channel sounds ( left and right ) only . Current volume level appears . – The Surround modes ( see page 30 ) cannot be applied to DVD To turn off the power ( into standby mode ) , MULTI playback mode . press STANDBY / ON ( or 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 . 13 13 - 18_7040 [ C ] 13 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English Selecting different sources for picture and Speaker and signal indicators on the display 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 source are sent to the TV until you select another video source . Speaker indicators Signal indicators L C R L C R Press one of the audio source selection buttons while viewing the picture from a video component such as the VCR or DVD SUBWFR LFE LFE player , etc . DVD MULTI DVD CD TAPE / CDR LS S RS LS S RS VCR TV / DBS FM / AM CD TAPE / CDR FM AM SB SB On the front panel On the remote What speaker indicators light depends on the speaker setting ( for details , see “ Setting the speakers ” on page 23 ) . • The frames of “ L , ” “ C , ” “ R , ” “ LS , ” “ RS , ” and “ SB ” light up , when the corresponding speakers are set to “ LARGE ” or “ SMALL ” and Adjusting the Volume when the speaker is required for the Surround / DSP mode currently selected . SUBWFR lights up ( see • When “ SUB WOOFER ” is set to “ YES , ” page 23 ) . • All three frames on the row of “ SB ” are not used at the same time . When “ SBACK OUT ” is set to “ 2SPK , ” the left and the right ones are used . When it is set to “ 1SPK , ” the middle one is used ( see page 23 ) . The signal indicators light up to show the incoming signals . L : • When digital input is selected : Lights up when the left 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 . R : • When digital input is selected : Lights up when the right channel signal comes in . On the remote control : • When analog input is selected : Always lights up . C : Lights up when the center channel signal comes in . To increase the volume , press VOLUME + . LFE : Lights up when the LFE channel signal comes in . To decrease the volume , press VOLUME – . LS : Lights up when the left surround channel signal comes in . RS : Lights up when the right surround channel signal comes in . Notes : S : Lights up when the monaural surround channel signal • The volume level can be adjusted within the range of “ 0 ” ( minimum ) comes in . to “ 70 ” ( maximum ) . SB : Lights up when the surround back channel signal comes in . • If you set “ ONE TOUCH OPE ” ( One Touch Operation ) to “ ON ” ( see page 26 ) , you do not have to adjust the volume level each time you change the source . It is automatically set to the stored level . Note : When DVD MULTI is selected as the source , “ L , ” “ C , ” “ R , ” “ LFE , ” “ LS , ” CAUTION : and “ RS ” light up . 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 / or ruin your speakers . How to understand the speaker and signal indicator illumination Ex . No sound comes out of the L C R center speaker and surround SUBWFR LFE back speakers though center channel and surround back LS RS channel signals are coming into this receiver . SB 14 13 - 18_7040 [ C ] 14 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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lish Remote Turning On and Off the Eng Selecting the Front Speakers Remote NOT NOT Subwoofer Sound When you have connected two pairs of the front speakers , you can You can cancel the subwoofer sound output even though you have select which to use . connected a subwoofer and have set “ SUB WOOFER ” to “ YES ” ( see page 23 ) . To use the speakers connected to the FRONT SPEAKERS 1 terminals , press SPEAKERS ON / OFF 1 so that the SPEAKERS 1 indicator lights up on the display . Press SUBWOOFER OUT ON / OFF to cancel the subwoofer • Make sure that the SPEAKERS 2 indicator is not lit . sound output . Each time you press the button , subwoofer sound output is To use the speakers connected to the FRONT SPEAKERS 2 deactivated ( “ SUBWFR OFF ” ) and activated ( “ SUBWFR ON ” ) terminals , press SPEAKERS ON / OFF 2 so that the SPEAKERS 2 alternately . indicator lights up on the display . SUBWFR indicator goes • When subwoofer output is canceled , the • Make sure that the SPEAKERS 1 indicator is not lit . off . Bass sounds ( and LFE signals ) will be emitted through the front speakers ( except for DVD MULTI playback mode ) . To use both sets of the speakers connected to the FRONT • When subwoofer sound output is activated , subwoofer output level SPEAKERS 1 and 2 terminals , press SPEAKERS ON / OFF 1 can be adjusted ( see pages 28 and 29 ) . and 2 so that the SPEAKERS 1 / 2 indicators light up on the display . Notes : ANALOG L R LINEAR PCM • SUBWOOFER OUT ON / OFF button does not work when you set SPEAKERS 1 2 VOLUME “ SMALL ” for the front speakers on the Speaker size setting ( see page 23 ) or using Quick Speaker Setup ( see page 21 ) . • You cannot activate the subwoofer output when you have set “ SUB WOOFER ” to “ NO ” ( see pages 21 and 23 ) . Ex . When both sets of the speakers selected . • When you change the “ SUB WOOFER ” setting from “ NO ” to “ YES ” Note : ( see page 23 ) , subwoofer output is automatically activated . When playback analog sources or digital 2 - channel software and neither Surround / DSP mode is selected , you can use both sets of the front speakers . Selecting the Analog or Digital Input Mode To use neither sets of the speakers connected to the FRONT SPEAKERS 1 and 2 terminals , press SPEAKERS ON / OFF 1 When you have connected digital source components using the and 2 so that the SPEAKERS 1 / 2 indicators go off from the display . digital terminals ( see page 12 ) , change the input mode for these The HEADPHONE indicator lights up and “ HEADPHONE ” components to the digital input mode . appears on the display . • Activating the speakers turns on the Surround and DSP modes previously selected . Listening with headphones only : Deactivate both sets of the front speakers , and connect headphones to the PHONES jack . • Make sure that all the Speaker indicators are not lit . Before you start , remember . . . You can enjoy the sound effects through the headphones when The digital input terminal setting should be correctly done for Surround or DSP mode is activated — 3D Headphone the sources you want to select the digital input mode ( see ( 3D H PHONE ) mode . “ Setting the digital input terminals ” on pages 25 and 26 ) . • “ 3D H PHONE ” appears and the DSP and HEADPHONE indicators light up on the display . ( For details , see page 32 . ) 1 . Press one of the source selection buttons ( DVD , VCR , Note : TV SOUND / DBS , CD , or TAPE / CDR * ) for which you 3D Headphone ( 3D H PHONE ) mode is not valid for DVD MULTI want to change the input mode . playback mode . * If TAPE is selected as the source , digital input mode is not CAUTION : available . To change the source name to CDR , see “ Changing Be sure to turn down the volume : the Source Name ” on page 17 . • Before connecting or putting on headphones , as its high volume can damage both the headphones and your hearing . • Before turning on the speakers again , as its high volume may come out of the speakers . Continued on the next page 15 13 - 18_7040 [ C ] 15 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English 2 . Press INPUT DIGITAL to select “ DGTL AUTO . ” Setting the Dynamic Range • When using the remote control , press ANALOG / DIGITAL INPUT . Each time you press the button , the analog You can enjoy a powerful sound at night using Midnight Mode . ( ANALOG ) and digital ( DGTL AUTO ) input modes alternate . The DIGITAL AUTO indicator lights up on the display . DIGITAL AUTO C R L SUBWFR LFE DIGITAL SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME LS RS • When selecting “ DGTL AUTO , ” the following indicators indicate the digital signal format of the incoming signal . Press MIDNIGHT MODE so that “ MID NIGHT : 1 ” or “ MID NIGHT : 2 ” appear on the display . : Lights up when Linear PCM signals come LINEAR PCM The MIDNIGHT MODE indicator also lights up . in . : Lights up when Dolby Digital signals DIGITAL MID NIGHT : 1 Select when you want to reduce the dynamic come in . range a little . : Lights up when DTS signals come in . MID NIGHT : 2 Select when you want to apply the compress effect fully ( useful at midnight ) . No indicator lights up when the receiver cannot recognize the MID NIGHT : OFF Select when you want to enjoy surround with digital signal format of the incoming signals . its full dynamic range ( no effect applied ) . Note : For the details of digital signal formats , see pages 30 and 31 . Notes : • If Analog Direct is in use ( see page 17 ) , Midnight Mode is When playing software encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS , the temporarily canceled . following symptoms may occur : • Midnight Mode is not valid for DVD MULTI playback mode . • Sound does not come out at the beginning of playback . • Noise comes out while searching for or skipping chapters or tracks . Remote Attenuating the Input Signal NOT In this case , press INPUT DIGITAL repeatedly to select Remote NOT “ DGTL D.D ” or “ DGTL DTS ” while “ DGTL AUTO ” When the input level of the analog source is too high , the sounds still remains on the display . will be distorted . If this happens , you need to attenuate the input • Each time you press INPUT DIGITAL , the input mode changes as signal level to prevent the sound distortion . follows : • Once you have made an adjustment , it is memorized for each DIGITAL AUTO L C R analog source . SUBWFR LFE DIGITAL SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME LS RS DGTL AUTO DGTL D.D ( Digital ) ( Dolby Digital ) DGTL DTS When “ DGTL D.D ” or “ DGTL DTS ” is selected , the AUTO indicator goes off , and the corresponding digital signal format Press and hold INPUT ATT ( INPUT ANALOG ) so that the indicator lights up on the display . INPUT ATT indicator lights up on the display . • If the incoming signal does not match the selected digital signal • Each time you press and hold the button , the input attenuator format , the frame of the selected indicator will flash . mode turns on ( “ ATT ON ” ) or off ( “ NORMAL ” ) . Note : Note : When you turn off the power or select another source , “ DGTL D.D ” This function is not valid when DVD MULTI is selected or when and “ DGTL DTS ” settings are canceled and the digital input mode is Analog Direct is activated . automatically reset to “ DGTL AUTO . ” To select the analog input mode again Press INPUT ANALOG ( or press ANALOG / DIGITAL INPUT on the remote control repeatedly until “ ANALOG ” appears on the display ) . The ANALOG indicator lights up . 16 13 - 18_7040 [ C ] 16 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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lish Remote Eng Turning Analog Direct On and Off Changing the Source Name NOT You can enjoy the sound closer to the original source by overriding When you have connected a CD recorder to the TAPE / CDR IN jacks the sound adjustments such as Midnight Mode ( see page 16 ) , Bass or a DBS tuner to the TV SOUND / DBS IN jacks on the rear panel , Boost ( see page 18 ) , Equalization pattern ( see page 28 ) , speaker change the source name which will be shown on the display . output level adjustments ( see page 28 ) , and Surround and DSP modes ( see pages 30 to 35 ) . You can only adjust the volume level and the subwoofer output level while Analog Direct is in use . • Once you have made an adjustment , it is memorized for each analog source . When changing the source name from TV to DBS : 1 . Press TV SOUND / DBS . • Make sure “ TV ” appears on the display . 2 . Press and hold TV SOUND / DBS until “ ASSGN DBS ” Press ANALOG DIRECT so that “ A DIRECT ” appears on the appears on the display . display . ANALOG The lamp on the button also lights up . R L LINEAR PCM SPEAKERS 1 • Each time you press the button , Analog Direct turns on and off VOLUME ( the lamp goes off ) alternately . Notes : Note : • When digital input mode is in use , Analog Direct is not available . • Turning on Surround or DSP mode cancels Analog Direct and When connecting a DBS tuner to the TV SOUND / DBS IN jacks , previously selected sound adjustments are recalled . change the source name to DBS , which will be shown on the display • If Analog Direct is in use , Midnight Mode ( see page 16 ) is when selected as the source . Otherwise , you cannot view any picture temporarily canceled . from DBS tuner . • Turning on Analog Direct cancels Input Attenuator ( see page 16 ) and CC Converter ( see below ) . When changing the source name from TAPE to CDR : 1 . Press TAPE / CDR . • Make sure “ TAPE ” appears on the display . Making Sounds Natural 2 . Press and hold TAPE / CDR until “ ASSGN CDR ” appears on the display . JVC’s CC ( Compression Compensative ) Converter eliminates jitter and ripples , achieving a drastic reduction in digital distortion by To change the source name to TV and TAPE , repeat the same processing the digital music data in 24 bit - quantization and by procedure above . expanding the sampling frequency to 128 kHz ( for fs 32 kHz signals ) / 176.4 kHz ( for fs 44.1 kHz signals ) / 192 kHz ( for fs 48 kHz Note : signals ) on the front speakers . Without changing the source name , you can still use the connected By using CC Converter , you can obtain a natural sound field from components . However , there may be some inconvenience . both digital and analog sources . – “ TAPE ” or “ TV ” will appear on the display when you select the CD recorder or DBS tuner . – You cannot use the digital input ( see pages 15 and 16 ) for the CD recorder . Press CC CONVERTER so that the lamp on the button lights up . • Each time you press the button , CC Converter turns on and off ( the lamp goes off ) alternately . Note : You cannot use this function while Analog Direct is in use . If you turn on Analog Direct while this function is in use , this function will be canceled . 17 13 - 18_7040 [ C ] 17 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English Using the Sleep Timer The following basic operations are possible only using the remote control . 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 . AUDIO DIMMER Changing The SLEEP indicator lights up on the display , and the shut - off time the Display DVD CATV / DBS VCR TV changes in 10 - minute intervals : Brightness DVD MULTI DVD CD TAPE / CDR 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 VCR TV / DBS MUTING FM / AM Muting the TV VOL CHANNEL VOLUME ( Canceled ) Sound OFF RETURN FM MODE MIDNIGHT To check or change the time remaining until the shut - off time : MODE 10 0 10 CD - DISC SLEEP Press SLEEP once . Using the Sleep BASS CENTER D.EQ FREQ TEST BOOST TONE The remaining time until the shut - off time appears in minutes . Reinforcing the Timer • To change the shut - off time , press SLEEP repeatedly . Bass CENTER D.EQ LEVEL L FRONT R To cancel the Sleep Timer : Press SLEEP repeatedly until “ SLEEP OFF ” appears on the display . L SURR R S.BACK SUBWFR The SLEEP indicator goes off . • Turning off the power also cancels the Sleep Timer . Recording a source For analog - to - analog recording Reinforcing the Bass You can record any analog playback source onto the recording components connected to the audio output jacks on the rear of You can boost the bass level . this unit at the same time . • Once you have made an adjustment , it is memorized for each source . For digital - to - digital recording You can record the currently selected digital input source through Press BASS BOOST to boost the bass level . the receiver to a digital recording device connected to the The B . BOOST indicator lights up on the display . DIGITAL OUT terminal . • Each time you press the button , Bass Boost turns on ( “ BOOST ON ” ) and off ( “ BOOST OFF ” ) alternately . Notes : • Analog - to - digital and digital - to - analog recordings are not Notes : possible . • This function affects only the sounds from the front speakers , • The output volume level , Midnight Mode ( see page 16 ) , Bass center speaker , and subwoofer . Boost ( see the left column ) , Equalization patterns ( see page • When Analog Direct is in use ( see page 17 ) , the Bass Boost is 28 ) , Surround and DSP modes ( see pages 30 to 35 ) cannot canceled temporarily . affect the recording . Basic adjustment auto memory Muting the Sound This receiver memorizes sound settings for each source — • when you turn off the power , Press MUTING to mute the sound through all speakers and • when you change the source , and headphones connected . • when you assign the source name ( see page 17 ) . “ MUTING ” appears on the display and the volume turns off ( the When you change the source , the memorized settings for the VOLUME level indicator goes off ) . newly selected source are automatically recalled . To restore the sound , press MUTING again . The following can be stored for each source : • Turning MASTER VOLUME on the front panel or pressing • Analog / digital input mode ( see pages 15 and 16 ) VOLUME + / – on the remote control also restores the sound . • Midnight Mode ( see page 16 ) • Input attenuator mode ( see page 16 ) • Analog Direct ( see page 17 ) Changing the Display Brightness • CC Converter ( see page 17 ) • Equalization pattern ( see page 28 ) You can dim the display . • Speaker output levels ( see page 28 ) Press DIMMER . • Surround and DSP mode selection ( see pages 33 and 35 ) • Each time you press the button , the brightness level of the display • Bass Boost setting ( see the left column ) changes as follows : Notes : Dimmer Much dimmer • If the source is FM or AM , you can assign a different setting for each band . Canceled • If you want to memorize the volume level with the above ( Normal display ) settings , set One Touch Operation to “ ON ” ( see page 26 ) . 18 13 - 18_7040 [ C ] 18 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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Receiving Radio Broadcasts English You can browse through all the stations or use the preset function to go immediately to a particular station . Using Preset Tuning Tuning in to Stations Manually 1 . Press FM or AM to select the band . Once a station is assigned to a channel number , the station can be The last received station of the selected band is tuned in . quickly tuned in . You can preset up to 30 FM and 15 AM stations . ANALOG TUNED STEREO AUTO MUTING R L LINEAR PCM SPEAKERS 1 To store the preset stations Remote VOLUME NOT Before you start , remember . . . There is a time limit in doing the following steps . If the setting is cancelled before you finish , start from step 2 again . 2 . Press FM / AM TUNING 5 or ∞ repeatedly until you find the frequency you want . 1 . Tune in to the station you want to preset ( see • Pressing FM / AM TUNING 5 increases the frequency . “ Tuning in to Stations Manually ” ) . • Pressing FM / AM TUNING ∞ decreases the frequency . • If you want to store the FM reception mode for this station , select the FM reception mode you want . See “ Selecting the ANALOG TUNED STEREO AUTO MUTING L R LINEAR PCM FM Reception Mode ” on page 20 . SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME 2 . Press MEMORY . ANALOG TUNED STEREO AUTO MUTING L R LINEAR PCM SPEAKERS 1 Notes : VOLUME • When a station of sufficient signal strength is tuned in , the TUNED indicator lights up on the display . • When an FM stereo program is received , the STEREO indicator The channel number position starts flashing on the display for also lights up . about 10 seconds . • When you hold and then release the button in step 2 , the frequency keeps changing until a station is tuned in . 3 . Press FM / AM PRESET 5 or ∞ to select a channel number while the channel number On the remote control : position is flashing . 1 . Press FM / AM . ANALOG TUNED STEREO AUTO MUTING • Each time you press the button , the band alternates between L R LINEAR PCM SPEAKERS 1 FM and AM . VOLUME 2 . Press TUNING 9 or ( TUNING repeatedly until you find the frequency you want . 4 . Press MEMORY again while the selected channel • Pressing TUNING 9 increases the frequency . number is flashing on the display . • Pressing ( TUNING decreases the frequency . 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 . 19 19 - 20_7040 [ C ] 19 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English To tune in to 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 The last received station of the selected band is tuned in . page 19 ) . 2 . Press FM / AM PRESET 5 or ∞ until you find the While listening to an FM station , press FM MODE . channel you want . • Each time you press the button , the FM reception mode alternates • Pressing FM / AM PRESET 5 increases the number . between “ AUTOMUTING ” and “ MODE MONO . ” • Pressing FM / AM PRESET ∞ decreases the number . ANALOG TUNED STEREO AUTO MUTING R L LINEAR PCM On the remote control : SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME AUDIO DIMMER DVD CATV / DBS VCR TV DVD MULTI DVD CD TAPE / CDR VCR TV / DBS MUTING FM / AM ANALOG TUNED L R LINEAR PCM TV VOL CHANNEL VOLUME SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME 1 2 3 6 4 5 AUTOMUTING Normally select this . 8 9 7 / P When a program is broadcasted in stereo , 10 0 10 you will hear stereo sound ; when in monaural , you will hear monaural sounds . This mode is also useful to suppress static noise between stations . 1 . Press FM / AM to select the band . The AUTO MUTING indicator lights up on The last received station of the selected band is tuned in . the display . ( Initial setting ) • Each time you press the button , the band alternates between FM and AM . MODE MONO Select this to improve the reception ( but stereo effect will be lost ) . 2 . Press the 10 keys to select a preset channel In this mode , you will hear noise while tuning in to the stations . number . The AUTO MUTING indicator ( and the • For channel number 5 , press 5 . STEREO indicator ) goes off from the • For channel number 15 , press + 10 then 5 . display . • For channel number 20 , press + 10 then 10 . • For channel number 30 , press + 10 , + 10 , then 10 . Note : When you use the FM MODE on the remote control , be sure that it is Note : activated for the tuner , not for the DVD and others . ( See page 41 . ) When you use the 10 keys on the remote control , be sure that they are activated for the tuner , not for the DVD and others . ( See page 41 . ) 20 19 - 20_7040 [ C ] 20 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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Basic Settings English 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 3 . Press in MULTI JOG ( PUSH SET ) . Quick Speaker Setup NOT “ ROOM SIZE ? ” appears on the display , then the initial room size setting appears . Quick Speaker Setup helps you to easily and quickly register the speaker size and speaker distance according to your listening room ANALOG R L LINEAR PCM to create the best possible surround effect . SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME • You can also register each speaker’s information manually . For details , see page 23 . ANALOG L R LINEAR PCM SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME 4 . Turn MULTI JOG to select an appropriate room Before you start , remember . . . size to match to your listening room . There is a time limit in doing the following steps . If the setting is As you turn the jog , the room size changes as follows . canceled before you finish , start from step 1 again . • To select your appropriate room size , see “ Room size and the speaker distance ” on page 22 . 1 . Press QUICK SPEAKER SETUP . ANALOG “ SETUP ” and “ SPEAKERS ? ” appear on the display , then the L R LINEAR PCM SPEAKERS 1 initial setting for the total number of the connected speakers VOLUME ( channels ) appears . ANALOG R L LINEAR PCM SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME SMALL “ MID “ LARGE * “ ( Back to the beginning ) * “ LARGE ” is the initial setting . 5 . Press in MULTI JOG ( PUSH SET ) . ANALOG L R LINEAR PCM “ COMPLETE ” appears on the display , then goes back to the SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME source indication . • Speaker configuration settings now become active . ANALOG L R LINEAR PCM 2 . Turn MULTI JOG to select an appropriate SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME number of the connected speakers ( speaker channel number ) . As you turn the jog , the speaker channel number changes as Notes : follows . • This procedure will not be completed if you stop in the middle of the • For the details of speaker channel number , see “ Speakers setting process . ( channels ) number and the size ” on page 22 . • Once Quick Speaker Setup is performed , the speaker output levels ANALOG are also set to appropriate values automatically ( common to all L R sources ) . If you want to set the speaker output levels separately for SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME each source , see “ Adjusting the speaker output levels ” on page 28 . 2.0CH “ 2.1CH “ 3.0CH “ 3.1CH “ 4.0CH “ 4.1CH “ 5.0CH “ 5.1CH “ 6.0CH * “ 6.1CH “ 7.0CH “ 7.1CH “ ( Back to the beginning ) * “ 6.0CH ” is the initial setting . 21 21 - 26_7040 [ C ] 21 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English Speakers ( channels ) number and the size Remote Basic Setting Items NOT You can find how each of the speaker size is defined according to the number of connected speakers ( speaker channel “ CH ” number ) On the following pages , you can adjust the following items : you select . • You can only select the items currently available . For details , see • Subwoofer is counted as 0.1 channel . the explanation of each item . The size of connected speakers Items To do See page CH L / R C LS / RS SB SUBWFR SUB WOOFER * Register your subwoofer . 23 2.0CH LARGE NONE NONE NONE NO FRONT SPEAKER * Register your front speaker size . 23 2.1CH SMALL NONE NONE NONE YES CNTR SPEAKER * Register your center speaker size . 23 3.0CH LARGE SMALL NONE NONE NO SURR SPEAKER * Register your surround speaker size . 23 3.1CH SMALL SMALL NONE NONE YES SBACK SPEAKER * Register your surround back 4.0CH LARGE NONE SMALL NONE NO speaker size . 23 SBACK OUT * Register the number of the 4.1CH SMALL NONE SMALL NONE YES connected surround back speakers . 23 5.0CH LARGE SMALL SMALL NONE NO DIST UNIT Select the measuring unit for the 5.1CH SMALL SMALL SMALL NONE YES speaker distance . 24 6.0CH LARGE SMALL SMALL SMALL NO FRNTL DISTANCE * Register the distance from the left front speaker to your listening point . 24 6.1CH SMALL SMALL SMALL SMALL YES FRNTR DISTANCE * Register the distance from the right 7.0CH LARGE SMALL SMALL SMALL * NO front speaker to your listening point . 24 7.1CH SMALL SMALL SMALL SMALL * YES CNTR DISTANCE * Register the distance from the center * This setting is applied to the both surround back speakers . speaker to your listening point . 24 SURRL DISTANCE * Register the distance from the left surround speaker to your listening Room size and the speaker distance point . 24 According to the selected room size , speaker distance for each SURRR DISTANCE * Register the distance from the right activated speaker is set as follows : surround speaker to your listening Size Speaker Distance point . 24 LARGE L / R 3.0 m ( 10 ft ) SBACK DISTANCE * Register the distance from the surround back speaker ( s ) to your C 3.0 m ( 10 ft ) listening point . 24 LS / RS 3.0 m ( 10 ft ) S WFR OUTPUT Select sounds emitted from the SB 3.0 m ( 10 ft ) subwoofer . 24 MID L / R 2.7 m ( 9 ft ) CROSS OVER Select the cutoff frequency to the subwoofer . 24 C 2.4 m ( 8 ft ) LFE ATTENUATE Attenuate the bass ( LFE ) sounds . 25 LS / RS 2.1 m ( 7 ft ) DUAL MONO Select the Dual Mono sound SB 1.8 m ( 6 ft ) channel . 25 SMALL L / R 2.4 m ( 8 ft ) AUTO SURROUND Turn on or off Auto Surround . 25 C 2.1 m ( 7 ft ) DGTL IN COAX Select the component connected to LS / RS 1.5 m ( 5 ft ) digital coaxial terminal . 25 SB 1.2 m ( 4 ft ) DGTL IN OPTICAL Select the components connected to digital optical terminals . 26 Note : VIDEO IN DVD Select the type of video terminal In the tables above , “ L ” stands for the left front speaker , “ R ” for the used for the DVD player . 26 right front speaker , “ C ” for the center speaker , “ LS ” for the left VIDEO IN DBS Select the type of video terminal surround speaker , “ RS ” for the right surround speaker , “ SB ” for the surround back speaker , and “ SUBWFR ” for the subwoofer . used for the DBS tuner . 26 VIDEO IN VCR Select the type of video terminal used for the VCR . 26 ONE TOUCH OPE Store the volume level for each source . 26 Note : * These items can be set using Quick Speaker Setup . 22 21 - 26_7040 [ C ] 22 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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lish Remote g Basic Procedure NOT En : shows the initial setting in the following tables . Setting the speakers To obtain the best possible surround effect from the Surround and DSP modes , register the setting about the speaker arrangement after all connections are completed . • If you have used Quick Speaker Setup on page 21 , this setting is Before you start , remember . . . not required . There is a time limit in doing the following steps . If the setting is canceled before you finish , start from step 1 again . 7 Subwoofer setting — SUB WOOFER Select whether you have connected a subwoofer or not . Ex . When setting One Touch Operation to “ ON . ” SUB WOOFER : YES Select when a subwoofer is connected . 1 . Press SETTING . SUB WOOFER : NO Select when no subwoofer is used . The last selected item appears on the display . Note : ANALOG R L LINEAR PCM If you have selected “ NO ” for the subwoofer , you cannot use the SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME SUBWOOFER OUT ON / OFF button on the front panel . 7 Speaker size — FRONT SPEAKER , CNTR SPEAKER , SURR SPEAKER , SBACK SPEAKER 2 . Turn MULTI JOG until an item you want Select the size for each connected speaker . appears on the display . • In this example , select “ ONE TOUCH OPE . ” For available 1 LARGE * Select when the speaker size is relatively large . items , see the list “ Basic Setting Items ” on page 22 . 2 SMALL * Select when the speaker size is relatively small . ANALOG L R LINEAR PCM NONE Select this when you have not connected a SPEAKERS 1 speaker . ( Not selectable for the front speakers . ) VOLUME 1 * Initial setting for front speakers . 2 * Initial setting for center , surround , and surround back 3 . Push in MULTI JOG ( PUSH SET ) . speakers . The current setting for the selected item appears on the display . Notes : ANALOG L R LINEAR PCM • Keep the following comments in mind as reference when SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME adjusting . – If the size of the cone speaker unit built in your speaker is larger than 12 cm , select “ LARGE , ” and if it is smaller than 12 cm , select “ SMALL . ” 4 . Turn MULTI JOG until a setting you want • If you have selected “ NO ” for the subwoofer setting , you can only select “ LARGE ” for the front speakers . appears on the display . • If you have selected “ SMALL ” for the front speakers , you cannot select “ LARGE ” for the center , surround , and surround back ANALOG ONETOUCH OPERATION speakers . L R LINEAR PCM SPEAKERS 1 • If you have selected “ SMALL ” for the surround speakers , you VOLUME cannot select “ LARGE ” for the surround back speakers . • If you have selected “ NONE ” for the surround speakers , the surround back speakers are fixed to “ NONE . ” 5 . Push in MULTI JOG ( PUSH SET ) . 7 Surround back speakers quantity — SBACK OUT 6 . Repeat steps 2 to 5 to set other items if necessary . Select the number of the surround back speakers connected . SBACK OUT : 1SPK Select to use 1 surround back speaker . 7 . Press EXIT . The source indication resumes on the display . SBACK OUT : 2SPK Select to use 2 surround back speakers . Note : If you have selected “ NONE ” for the surround back speakers ( see above ) , this setting is not available . 23 21 - 26_7040 [ C ] 23 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English Setting the speaker distance Setting the bass sounds The distance from your listening point to the speakers is another You can adjust subwoofer and bass sounds precisely according to important element to obtain the best possible sound of the Surround your preference . and DSP modes . Set the distance from your listening point to the speakers . 7 Subwoofer output — S WFR OUTPUT By referring to the speaker distance setting , this unit automatically You can select the type of the signal which can be transmitted sets the delay time of the sound through each speaker so that sounds through the subwoofer . In other words , you can determine through all the speakers can reach you at the same time . whether or not the bass elements of the front speaker channels • If you have used Quick Speaker Setup on page 21 , this setting is are transmitted through the subwoofer regardless of the front not required . speaker size setting ( either “ SMALL ” or “ LARGE ” ) . Measuring unit — DIST UNIT 7 Select one of the following : Select which measuring unit you use . S WFR : LFE Select to emit only the LFE signals ( while DIST UNIT : meter Select to set the distance in meters . playing Dolby Digital or DTS software ) or the bass elements of the “ SMALL ” front speakers DIST UNIT : feet Select to set the distance in feet . ( while playing any source other than the above ) . S WFR : LFE + MAIN Speaker distance — FRNTL DISTANCE , 7 Select to always emit the bass elements of the FRNTR DISTANCE , CNTR DISTANCE , front speaker channels ( MAIN ) . While playing SURRL DISTANCE , SURRR DISTANCE , Dolby Digital or DTS software , the bass SBACK DISTANCE element and the LFE signals are both emitted . Set the distance from the listening point within the range of 0.3 m ( 1 ft ) to 9.0 m ( 30 ft ) , in 0.3 m ( 1 ft ) intervals . Note : • When shipped from the factory , distance for each speaker is If you have selected “ NO ” for the subwoofer , this function is not set to “ 3.0 m ( 10 ft ) . ” available . Notes : 7 Crossover frequency — CROSS OVER • You cannot set the speaker distance for the speakers you have selected “ NONE ” ( see page 23 ) . You can select the crossover frequency for the small speakers • This setting is not valid for the DVD MULTI playback mode . used . The signals below the selected frequency level will be sent to and be reproduced by the subwoofer ( or by “ LARGE ” speakers when you have selected “ NO ” for the subwoofer ) . C Select one of the crossover frequency levels according to the L R size of the small speaker connected . 3.3 m ( 11 ft ) CROSS OVER : 80Hz Select when the cone speaker unit 3.0 m ( 10 ft ) built in the speaker is about 12 cm . 2.7 m CROSS OVER : 100Hz Select when the cone speaker unit ( 9 ft ) 2.4 m built in the speaker is about 10 cm . ( 8 ft ) 2.1 m CROSS OVER : 120Hz Select when the cone speaker unit ( 7 ft ) built in the speaker is about 8 cm . LS RS CROSS OVER : 150Hz Select when the cone speaker unit built in the speaker is about 6 cm . CROSS OVER : 200Hz Select when the cone speaker unit built in the speaker is about 5 cm . ( Left ) ( Right ) SB SB Notes : • If you have selected “ LARGE ” for all activated speakers ( see page 23 ) , this function is fixed to “ OFF . ” • Crossover frequency is not valid for the DVD MULTI playback , Headphone , and 3D Headphone mode . Ex . In the above case , set the speaker distance as follows : Front speakers ( L / R ) : 3.0 m ( 10 ft ) Center speaker ( C ) : 3.0 m ( 10 ft ) Surround speakers ( LS / RS ) : 2.7 m ( 9 ft ) Surround back speakers ( SB ) : 2.4 m ( 8 ft ) 24 21 - 26_7040 [ C ] 24 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English 7 Low frequency effect attenuator — LFE ATTENUATE Setting for easy and effective surround operations If the bass sound is distorted while playing back software encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS , set the LFE level to 7 Auto Surround — AUTO SURROUND eliminate distortion . Auto Surround works when the unit detects the incoming digital • This function takes effect only when the LFE signals come in . signal . In other words , it works . . . • When you select the digital source ( the source with digital Select one of the following : input selected for it ) , and LFE ATT : 0dB Normally select this . • When you change the input mode from analog to digital . − 10dB LFE ATT : Select when the bass sound is distorted . − Select “ AUTO SURR ON ” when activating Auto Surround . AUTO SURR : ON Selecting the main or sub channel • When multi - channel signal is detected , an appropriate Surround mode will be turned on . You can select the playback sound ( channel ) you want while playing • When Dolby Digital 2 - channel with surround signals digital software recorded ( or broadcast ) in the Dual Mono mode ( see is detected , “ PLII MOVIE ” or “ NEO : 6CINMA ” will page 31 ) , which includes two monaural channels separately . be selected . 7 Dual Mono — DUAL MONO • When Dolby Digital 2 - channel without surround signals is detected , “ SURR OFF ” will be selected . Select the playback sounds ( channel ) . • When Linear PCM signal is detected , nothing will change . DUAL MONO : MAIN Select to play back the main channel ( Ch 1 ) . * AUTO SURR : OFF Select to deactivate Auto Surround . Signal indicator “ L ” lights up while playing back this channel . Notes : DUAL MONO : SUB • This function does not take effect in the following cases : Select to play back the sub - channel ( Ch 2 ) . * – While playing an analog source , Signal indicator “ R ” lights up while playing back this – While selecting any of DAP modes ( see page 34 ) , or one of the fixed digital input mode — “ DGTL D.D ” or “ DGTL DTS " channel . ( see page 16 ) , and DUAL MONO : ALL – While listening with the headphones — “ HEADPHONE ” ( see Select to play back both the main and sub - channels page 15 ) . ( Ch 1 / Ch 2 ) . * • If you press SURROUND or SURROUND / DSP OFF with Auto Signal indicators “ L ” and “ R ” light up while playing Surround activated , Auto Surround will be canceled temporarily back these channels . for the currently selected source . Auto Surround setting will be restored in the following cases : – When you turn the receiver off and on , Notes : – When you change the source , • The Dual Mono format is not identical with bilingual – When you change the analog / digital input , and broadcasting or the MTS ( Multichannel Television Sound ) – When you select “ AUTO SURR OFF ” and then select “ AUTO format used for TV programs . So this setting does not take SURR ON ” again . effect while watching bilingual or MTS programs . * Dual Mono signals can be heard from the following speakers — L ( left front speaker ) , R ( right front speaker ) , and C ( center Setting the digital input terminals speaker ) — with respect to the current Surround setting . When you use the digital input terminals , register which components you have connected to the digital input terminals . With Surround Activated Center speaker setting Without Surround Dual Mono 7 Digital coaxial terminal — DGTL IN COAX Setting SMALL / LARGE NONE Set the component connected to the digital coaxial terminal L R L C R L R ( DIGITAL 1 ) . MAIN Ch 1 Ch 1 — Ch 1 — Ch 1 Ch 1 Following setting is available : SUB Ch 2 Ch 2 — Ch 2 — Ch 2 Ch 2 • DVD ( initial setting ) ALL Ch 1 Ch 2 — Ch 1 + Ch 2 — Ch 1 + Ch 2 Ch 1 + Ch 2 • CD • TV ( or DBS * ) • CDR • VCR * If you have changed the source name from “ TV ” to “ DBS , ” “ DBS ” appears ( see page 17 ) . 25 21 - 26_7040 [ C ] 25 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English Digital optical terminals — DGTL IN OPTICAL 7 For the DBS tuner — VIDEO IN DBS 7 Set the components connected to the digital optical terminals Select one of the following : ( DIGITAL 2 – 4 ) . 2 VIDEO DBS : CMPNT * Select when connecting the DBS • As you turn MULTI JOG , the digital optical input terminals tuner to the component video input are set to used for following digital components : jacks . When “ DIGITAL 1 ( DGTL IN COAX ) ” is set to “ DVD ” : VIDEO DBS : S / C Select when connecting the DBS 1 2 : CD 3 : TV ( or DBS * ) 4 : CDR “ tuner to the composite video or 1 ) 4 : VCR “ 2 : CD 3 : TV ( or DBS * S - video input jacks . 2 : CD 3 : VCR 4 : CDR “ 1 ) 4 : CDR “ 2 : VCR 3 : TV ( or DBS * Notes : ( back to the beginning ) • If you have selected “ CMPNT ” for the component video setting for the VCR ( VIDEO IN VCR ) , this setting is not available . When “ DIGITAL 1 ( DGTL IN COAX ) ” is set to “ CD ” : 2 * When you have selected this setting , the component video 1 ) 4 : CDR “ 2 : DVD 3 : TV ( or DBS * setting for the VCR ( VIDEO IN VCR ) is not available . 1 ) 4 : VCR “ 2 : DVD 3 : TV ( or DBS * 2 : DVD 3 : VCR 4 : CDR “ 7 For the VCR — VIDEO IN VCR 1 2 : VCR 3 : TV ( or DBS * ) 4 : CDR “ ( back to the beginning ) Select one of the following : 3 When “ DIGITAL 1 ( DGTL IN COAX ) ” is set to “ TV ” or VIDEO VCR : CMPNT * Select when connecting the VCR to 1 : “ DBS ” * the component video input jacks . 2 : CD 3 : DVD 4 : CDR “ VIDEO VCR : S / C Select when connecting the VCR to 2 : CD 3 : DVD 4 : VCR “ the composite video or S - video input 2 : CD 3 : VCR 4 : CDR “ jacks . 2 : VCR 3 : DVD 4 : CDR “ ( back to the beginning ) Notes : • If you have selected “ CMPNT ” for the component video setting When “ DIGITAL 1 ( DGTL IN COAX ) ” is set to “ CDR ” : for the DBS tuner ( VIDEO IN DBS ) , this setting is not available . 1 ) 4 : DVD “ 2 : CD 3 : TV ( or DBS * 3 * When you have selected this setting , the component video 1 ) 4 : VCR “ 2 : CD 3 : TV ( or DBS * setting for the DBS tuner ( VIDEO IN DBS ) is not available . 2 : CD 3 : VCR 4 : DVD “ 1 2 : VCR 3 : TV ( or DBS * ) 4 : DVD “ ( back to the beginning ) Memorizing the volume level for each source This unit memorizes some settings separately for each source . When “ DIGITAL 1 ( DGTL IN COAX ) ” is set to “ VCR ” : In addition , you can store the volume level for each source with the 1 ) 4 : CDR “ 2 : CD 3 : TV ( or DBS * other memorized settings — One Touch Operation . 1 2 : CD 3 : TV ( or DBS * ) 4 : DVD “ • This receiver memorizes the volume level — 2 : CD 3 : DVD 4 : CDR “ – when you change the source , or 1 ) 4 : CDR “ 2 : DVD 3 : TV ( or DBS * – when you change the source name . ( back to the beginning ) One Touch Operation — ONE TOUCH OPE 7 1 * If you have changed the source name from “ TV ” to “ DBS , ” “ DBS ” appears ( see page 17 ) . Select one of the following : ONE TOUCH : ON Select to store the volume level Setting the component video input separately for each source . ( The ONE TOUCH OPERATION indicator lights When you use the component video inputs for connecting the DVD up on the display . ) player and / or DBS tuner ( or VCR ) , register the type of input jacks . If you have not selected appropriate video input jacks , the AV ONE TOUCH : OFF Select this not to store the volume level . COMPU LINK remote control system cannot operate properly . ( See page 38 . ) To recall the volume level With the ONE TOUCH OPERATION indicator lit , the volume For the DVD player — VIDEO IN DVD 7 level for the currently selected source is recalled when the source is selected . Select one of the following : To cancel the One Touch Operation VIDEO DVD : CMPNT Select when connecting the DVD Set One Touch Operation to “ OFF ” so that the ONE TOUCH player to the component video input OPERATION indicator goes off from the display . jacks . VIDEO DVD : S / C Select when connecting the DVD player to the composite video or S - video input jacks . 26 21 - 26_7040 [ C ] 26 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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Adjusting Sound English You can make sound adjustment to your preference after completing basic setting . Basic Adjustment Items Basic Procedure On the following pages , you can adjust the items listed below : • You can adjust only the items applicable to the current sound mode . • If Analog Direct is in use , you cannot make any sound adjustments . Items To do See page EQ 63Hz Adjust equalizer pattern at 63 Hz . 28 Before you start , remember . . . EQ250Hz Adjust equalizer pattern at 250 Hz . 28 There is a time limit in doing the following steps . If the setting is EQ 1kHz Adjust equalizer pattern at 1 kHz . 28 canceled before you finish , start from step 1 again . EQ 4kHz Adjust equalizer pattern at 4 kHz . 28 Ex . When adjusting the subwoofer level to “ – 3 . ” EQ16kHz Adjust equalizer pattern at 16 kHz . 28 1 . Press ADJUST . SUBWFR LVL Adjust the subwoofer output level . 28 The last selected item appears on the display . FRNT L LVL Adjust the left front speaker output ANALOG level . 28 L R LINEAR PCM SUBWFR SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME FRNT R LVL Adjust the right front speaker output level . 28 CENTER LVL Adjust the center speaker output level . 28 SURR L LVL Adjust the left surround speaker output 2 . Turn MULTI JOG until an item you want level . 28 appears on the display . SURR R LVL Adjust the right surround speaker output • In this example , select “ SUBWFR LVL . ” For available items , level . 28 see the list “ Basic Adjustment Items . ” SBACK LVL Adjust the surround back speaker ( s ) ANALOG R L LINEAR PCM output level . 28 SUBWFR SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME 1 EFFECT * Adjust the effect level . 29 1 ROOMSIZE * Select the room size for your virtual listening room . 29 3 . Press in MULTI JOG ( PUSH SET ) . 1 The current setting ( or level ) for the selected item appears on the LIVENESS * Select the liveness level for your virtual listening room . 29 display . ANALOG CTR TONE Make the center tone soft or sharp . 29 R L LINEAR PCM SUBWFR 2 SPEAKERS 1 PNRM CNTRL * Add “ wraparound ” sound effect with VOLUME side - wall image . 29 2 CNTR WIDTH * Adjust the center channel localization between the center speaker and the 4 . Turn MULTI JOG to select a setting you want or left / right front speakers . 29 to make an adjustment as you like . 2 DIMENSION * Adjust sound localization position . 29 ANALOG L R LINEAR PCM 3 SUBWFR CNTR GAIN * Adjust sound localization of the SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME center channel . 29 5 . Press in MULTI JOG ( PUSH SET ) . Notes : 1 * Adjustable when one of the DAP modes or Mono Film ( see pages 6 . Repeat steps 2 to 5 to set other items if necessary . 34 and 35 ) is in use . 2 * Adjustable when Pro Logic II Music ( see page 31 ) is in use . 3 7 . Press EXIT . * Adjustable when Neo : 6 Music ( see page 31 ) is in use . The source indication resumes on the display . 27 27 - 29_7040 [ C ] 27 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English Adjusting the equalization patterns Adjusting the speaker output levels You can adjust the equalization patterns to your preference . You can adjust the speaker output levels . • Once you have made an adjustment , it is memorized for each • Once you have made an adjustment , it is memorized for each source . source . • The equalization pattern affects the front speaker sounds only . Adjustable speakers 7 Equalization adjustment — EQ 63Hz , EQ250Hz , 7 You can adjust the following speakers ’ output levels within the EQ 1kHz , EQ 4kHz , EQ16kHz range of – 10 dB to + 10 dB ( “ 0 ( dB ) ” is the initial setting ) : You can adjust five frequencies ( 63 Hz , 250 Hz , 1 kHz , 4 kHz , SUBWFR LVL Select to adjust the subwoofer output level . 16 kHz ) within the range of – 8 dB to + 8 dB ( “ 0 ( dB ) ” is the initial setting ) in 2 dB steps . FRNT L LVL Select to adjust the left front speaker • When an adjustment is made , the D . EQ indicator lights up on output level . the display . FRNT R LVL Select to adjust the right front speaker To flat the equalization pattern , set all the frequencies to output level . “ 0 ( dB ) ” in step 4 of “ Basic Procedure ” ( on page 27 ) . The CENTER LVL Select to adjust the center speaker output D . EQ indicator goes off from the display . level . SURR L LVL Select to adjust the left surround speaker Note : output level . When Analog Direct is in use , Equalization patterns are not available . SURR R LVL Select to adjust the right surround speaker output level . You can also use the remote control for equalization adjustment . SBACK LVL Select to adjust the surround back speaker output level . D.EQ FREQ Notes : • If you have selected “ NO ” or “ NONE ” for a speaker ( see page D.EQ LEVEL 23 ) , the output level for the corresponding speaker is not adjustable . • The center speaker and left / right surround speakers ’ output levels are adjustable for DVD MULTI playback mode , even though “ NONE ” is selected for the speaker settings . • Speaker output levels ( except the subwoofer output level ) are not adjustable when Analog Direct is in use . But when you set the subwoofer to “ OFF , ” you also cannot adjust the subwoofer output level . 1 . Press D.EQ FREQ ( Digital Equalization Frequency ) repeatedly to select the frequency you want to adjust . • Each time you press the button , the frequency appears on Adjusting the sound parameters for the the display . surround and DSP modes You can adjust the Surround and DSP sound parameters to your 2 . Press D.EQ LEVEL + or – repeatedly to adjust the preference . ( For Surround and DSP modes , see pages 30 to 35 . ) frequency level . • When center speaker is set to “ NONE , ” following items are not The current frequency level appears and the D . EQ indicator available : lights up on the display . – “ CTR TONE ” • The frequency level changes from – 8 dB to + 8 dB in 2 dB – “ CNTR WIDTH ” steps . – “ CNTR GAIN ” 3 . Repeat steps 1 and 2 to adjust the other frequency . Adjustable parameters 7 You can adjust the following parameters : For Surround and DSP modes ( when the center speaker is connected ) • This setting is common to all surround modes , and is memorized separately for DSP modes . CTR TONE Adjust the center tone . As the number increases , the dialogue becomes clearer so that the human voices change from soft to sharp . ( Adjustable range : 1 to 5 . “ 3 ” is the initial setting , and normally select this . ) 28 27 - 29_7040 [ C ] 28 04.2.13 , 10 : 56
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English For DAP modes and Mono Film You can also use the remote control for adjusting the speaker • Once you have made an adjustment , it is memorized for each output level and center tone . mode . EFFECT Adjust the effect level . As the number CENTER TEST increases , the effect becomes stronger . TONE ( Adjustable range : 1 to 5 . “ 3 ” is the initial setting , and normally select this . ) CENTER L FRONT R ROOMSIZE Adjust the virtual room size . As the number increases , the interval between reflections SURR L R S.BACK SUBWFR increases so that you will feel as if you were in a larger room . ( Adjustable range : 1 to 5 . “ 3 ” is the initial setting , and normally select this . ) LIVENESS Adjust the liveness effect . As the number To adjust the speaker output level : increases , the attenuation level of reflections 1 . Press TEST to check if you can hear the sounds through over time decreases so that acoustics change all the speakers at equal level . from “ Dead ” to “ Live . ” Test tone comes out of the speakers in the following order . ( Adjustable range : 1 to 5 . “ 3 ” is the initial • No test tone comes out of the speakers for which the setting , and normally select this . ) speaker setting is set to “ NONE ” ( or “ NO ” for the subwoofer ) . FRNT L ( Left front speaker ) = CENTER ( Center speaker ) = For Pro Logic II Music only FRNT R ( Right front speaker ) = PNRM CNTRL Select “ ON ” to add “ wraparound ” sound SURR R ( Right surround speaker ) = SBACK ( surround back speaker ) = effect with side - wall image . ( Initial setting : SURR L ( Left surround speaker ) = “ OFF . ” ) SUBWFR ( Subwoofer ) = ( Back to the beginning ) CNTR WIDTH Adjust the center channel localization between the center speaker and the left / right 2 . Adjust the speaker output level . front speakers . As the number increases , the Adjustable range : – 10 dB to + 10 dB . “ 0 ( dB ) ” is the initial center channel sound moves toward the left setting . and right speakers . ( Adjustable range : OFF • To adjust the left front speaker , press FRONT L + or – . and 1 to 7 . “ 3 ” is the initial setting , and • To adjust the center speaker , press CENTER + or – . normally select this . ) • To adjust the right front speaker , press FRONT R + or – . • To adjust the right surround speaker , press SURR R + or – . DIMENSION Adjust the sound localization position . As the • To adjust the surround back speaker , press S.BACK + or – . number increases , the sound localization • To adjust the left surround speaker , press SURR L + or – . moves towards forward from backward . • To adjust the subwoofer , press SUBWFR + or – . ( Adjustable range : 1 to 7 . “ 4 ” is the initial setting , and normally select this . ) Notes : • When you press each button once , the current level for the selected speaker appears on the display , and the test tone comes out of the selected speaker . For Neo : 6 Music only • If no adjustment is done for about 4 seconds , the adjustment CNTR GAIN Adjust the sound localization of the center mode for the selected speaker is canceled . • If you don’t have the test tone emitted , adjustment for the channel . As the number increases , center speaker output level is available . In this case , wait for about channel will be localized clearly . 4 seconds , after the adjustment is finished . Then the ( Adjustable range : 0 to 0.5 . “ 0.2 ” is the initial adjustment mode for the selected speaker is canceled and setting , and normally select this . ) resumes the source indication on the display . 3 . Repeat step 2 to adjust other speaker’s output levels . 4 . Press TEST again to stop the test tone . To adjust the center tone : 1 . Press CENTER TONE repeatedly . Adjustable range : 1 to 5 . “ 3 ” is the initial setting , and normally select this . 2 . Wait for about 4 seconds , after the adjustment is finished . The adjustment mode for the center tone is canceled and automatically resumes the source indication on the display . 29 27 - 29_7040 [ C ] 29 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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Using the Surround Modes English This unit activates a variety of Surround modes automatically . The basic settings and adjustments stored ( see pages 21 to 29 ) are applied . 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 , DIGITAL 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 five to seven speakers ( plus subwoofer ) . Dolby Digital 5.1CH ( DOLBY D ) 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 . Dolby Digital EX Dolby Digital EX ( DOLBY D EX ) is a digital surround encoding format that 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 6.1 - channel surround when playing back Dolby Digital EX software without connecting the surround back speakers . This reproduce the back sound field as if the surround back speakers exist , so that you can still feel the great surround effect from behind . The VIRTUAL SB ( Surround Back ) indicator lights up on the display . Subwoofer Dolby Pro Logic Dolby Surround encoding format records the left front channel , right front channel , center channel , and surround channel ( monaural ) signals into 2 channels . The Dolby Pro Logic ( PRO LOGIC ) decoder built in this receiver decodes these 2 channel signals into 4 original channel signals Center speaker ( plus subwoofer ) — matrix - based multi - channel reproduction . Left front speaker Right front speaker ( C ) indicator • When Dolby Pro Logic is activated , the ( L ) ( R ) lights up on the display . Left surround Right surround speaker ( LS ) speaker ( RS ) Surround back speakers ( SB ) 30 30 - 36_7040 [ C ] 30 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English DTS 96 / 24 Dolby Pro Logic II In recent years , there has been increasing interest in higher sampling Dolby Pro Logic II is a multi - channel playback format to convert rates both for recording and for reproducing at home . Higher 2 - channel software into 5 - channel ( plus subwoofer ) . The matrix - sampling rates allow wider frequency range and greater bit depths based conversion method used for Dolby Pro Logic II makes no provide extended dynamic range . limitation for the cutoff frequency of the surround treble and DTS 96 / 24 is a multi - channel digital signal format ( fs 96 kHz / 24 enables stereo surround sound . bits ) introduced by Digital Theater Systems , Inc . to deliver “ better - • This receiver provides two types of Dolby Pro Logic II modes — than - CD sound quality ” into the home . Pro Logic II Movie ( PLII MOVIE ) and Pro Logic II Music ( PLII MUSIC ) . and 96 / 24 • When DTS 96 / 24 signal is detected , the When Dolby Pro Logic II is activated , the indicators light up . You can enjoy its 5.1 - channel sound with full - indicator lights up on the display . quality . PLII MOVIE Suitable for playing any Dolby Surround DTS Neo : 6 encoded software . You can enjoy a sound field DTS Neo : 6 is another conversion method to create 6 - channel ( plus very close to the one created with discrete 5.1 - subwoofer ) from analog / digital 2 - channel software by using the high channel sounds . precision digital matrix decoder used for DTS - ES Matrix 6.1ch . PLII MUSIC Suitable for playing any 2 - channel stereo When one of Neo : 6 modes is activated , the NEO : 6 indicator lights software . You can enjoy wide and deep sounds . up on the display . • This receiver provides the following DTS NEO : 6 modes — Neo : 6 Cinema ( NEO : 6CINMA ) and Neo : 6 Music ( NEO : 6MUSIC ) . 2 DTS * When DTS NEO : 6 is activated , the NEO : 6 indicator lights up on DTS is another digital signal compression method , developed by the display . Digital Theater Systems , Inc . , and enables multi - channel encoding and decoding ( 1ch up to 6.1ch ) . NEO : 6CINMA Suitable for playing movies . You can get the • When DTS signal is detected through the digital input , the same atmosphere with 2 - channel software as indicator lights up on the display . with 6.1 - channel software . It is also effective for playing software encoded with conventional DTS Digital Surround surround formats . NEO : 6MUSIC Suitable for playing music software . The front DTS Digital Surround ( DTS ) is another discrete 5.1 - channel digital channel signals bypass the decoder ( resulting in audio format available on CD , LD , and DVD software . no loss of sound quality ) and the surround Compared to Dolby Digital , the DTS Digital Surround format has a signals transmitted through the other speakers lower audio compression rate which enables it to add breadth and expand the sound field naturally . depth to the sounds reproduced . As such , DTS Digital Surround features natural , solid , and clear sound . • When EX / ES setting is set to “ ON , ” DTS Neo : 6 ( DTS NEO : 6 ) is applied while playing back multi - channel DTS software . It creates What is Dual Mono ? the same surround ambience as 6.1 - channel software does . Dual Mono can be easily understood when you think of the bilingual broadcast or the MTS ( Multichannel Television Sound ) DTS Extended Surround ( DTS - ES ) format used for TV programs ( however , the Dual Mono format is DTS - ES is another multi - channel digital encoding format . not identical with those analog formats ) . It greatly improves the 360 - degree surround impression and space This format is now adopted in Dolby Digital , DTS , and so on . It expression by adding the third surround channel — surround back allows two independent channels ( called main channel and sub - channel . channel ) to be recorded separately . DTS - ES includes two signal formats with different surround signal • When Dual Mono signal is detected , the DUAL indicator lights recording methods — DTS - ES Discrete 6.1ch ( ES DSCRT ) and up . You can select either channel you want to listen to ( see page DTS - ES Matrix 6.1ch ( ES MATRIX ) . 25 ) . DTS - ES Discrete 6.1ch has been designed to encode ( and decode ) a 6.1 - channel signal discretely to avoid interference with each channel . When using the Surround mode , the sounds come out of the DTS - ES Matrix 6.1ch has been designed to add an extra surround activated speakers which the Surround mode requires . channel to DTS Digital Surround 5.1 - channel . By using a matrix • If either the surround speakers or center speaker is set to encoding / decoding method , an additional “ surround back ” channel “ NONE ” in the speaker setting , the corresponding channel signal is encoded ( and decoded ) in both the left and right surround signals are allocated to and emitted through the front speakers . channel signals . • If both the surround speakers and center speaker are set to • You can use Virtual 6.1 - channel surround when playing back “ NONE ” in the speaker setting , JVC’s original 3D - PHONIC DTS - ES software without connecting the surround back speakers . processing ( which has been developed to create the surround This reproduce the back sound field as if the surround back effect through the front speakers only ) is used . The 3D - PHONIC speakers exist , so that you can still feel the great surround effect indicator lights up on the display . from behind . The VIRTUAL SB ( Surround Back ) indicator lights up on the display . 1 * Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories . “ Dolby ” , “ Pro Logic ” , and the double - D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories . 2 * “ DTS ” , “ DTS - ES ” , “ Neo : 6 ” and “ DTS 96 / 24 ” are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems , Inc . 31 30 - 36_7040 [ C ] 31 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English Surround Modes Applicable to the Various Software Available Surround modes vary depending on the speaker settings and the incoming signals . The table below shows the relation of the Surround modes and the incoming signals ( with the surround back speakers and EX / ES setting ) . • The numbers inside the parentheses following the incoming signal type indicate the number of the front channels and that of the surround channels . For example , ( 3 / 2 ) indicates that the signals are encoded with three front signals ( left / right / center ) and two ( stereo ) surround signals . Incoming Signal Type Surround Back Channel Setting EX / ES Setting Available Surround Mode 1 Dolby Digital EX 2SPK / 1SPK AUTO / ON DOLBY D EX * 1 * Depending on the software’s OFF DOLBY D specification . In case of some 1 2 NONE AUTO / ON DOLBY D ( VIRTUAL SB ) * * softwares , “ DOLBY D ” is applied . OFF DOLBY D Dolby Digital ( 3 / 2 , 2 / 2 ) 2SPK / 1SPK ON DOLBY D EX AUTO / OFF DOLBY D 2 NONE ON DOLBY D ( VIRTUAL SB ) * AUTO / OFF DOLBY D Dolby Digital ( 3 / 1 , 2 / 1 , 3 / 0 , 1 / 0 ) 2SPK / 1SPK / NONE AUTO / ON / OFF DOLBY D Dolby Digital ( Dual Mono ) 2SPK / 1SPK / NONE AUTO / ON / OFF DUAL MONO DTS - ES Discrete 6.1ch 2SPK / 1SPK AUTO / ON ES DSCRT OFF DTS 2 NONE AUTO / ON DTS ( VIRTUAL SB ) * OFF DTS 3 DTS - ES Matrix 6.1ch 2SPK / 1SPK AUTO / ON ES MATRIX * DTS - ES 96 / 24 Matrix OFF DTS 2 3 NONE AUTO / ON DTS ( VIRTUAL SB ) * * OFF DTS 3 DTS , DTS 96 / 24 ( 3 / 2 , 2 / 2 ) 2SPK / 1SPK ON DTS NEO : 6 * 3 * DTS 96 / 24 processing is not AUTO / OFF DTS applied . If you want to apply 2 3 NONE ON DTS ( VIRTUAL SB ) * * the processing , set the EX / ES setting to “ OFF . ” AUTO / OFF DTS DTS ( 3 / 1 , 2 / 1 , 3 / 0 , 1 / 0 ) 2SPK / 1SPK / NONE AUTO / ON / OFF DTS DTS ( Dual Mono ) 2SPK / 1SPK / NONE AUTO / ON / OFF DUAL MONO Incoming Signal Type Available Surround Mode Analog / PCM / Dolby Surround / Dolby Digital ( 2 / 0 ) / DTS ( 2 / 0 ) PLII MOVIE / PLII MUSIC / PRO LOGIC / NEO : 6 CINMA / NEO : 6 MUSIC DVD MULTI None 3D Headphone mode — 3D H PHONE If you press SURROUND when the front speakers 1 and 2 are both deactivated , 3D Headphone mode ( 3D H PHONE ) is activated without respect to the type of software played back . “ 3D H PHONE ” appears on the display and the DSP and HEADPHONE indicators also light up . 2 * Virtual 6.1 - channel surround If you have connected ( and activated ) the surround speakers , you can use Virtual 6.1 - channel surround when playing back Dolby Digital EX or DTS - ES software without connecting the surround back speakers . This surround reallocates the surround back channel to the surround speakers so that you can still feel the great surround effect from behind . The VIRTUAL SB ( Surround Back ) indicator lights up on the display . 32 30 - 36_7040 [ C ] 32 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English Activating the surround modes automatically Activating the Surround Modes You can enjoy the Surround mode simply by selecting the source ( with digital input selected for that source ) or select the digital input Available Surround modes vary depending on the speaker settings for the selected source . and the incoming signals . ( See page 32 . ) To activate Auto Surround , see page 25 . Activating one of the Surround modes for a source automatically recalls the memorized settings and adjustments ( see pages 21 to 29 ) . Activating the surround modes manually You can also use the buttons on the remote control for the same functions . Activating the EX / ES setting For multi - channel digital software , you can activate the EX / ES ( 7.1 - channel ) reproduction mode . • Once you have set EX / ES ( 7.1 - channel ) reproduction mode , it is stored in memory and will be called up whenever you activate the 1 . Select and play any source other than DVD Surround mode which the memorized EX / ES ( 7.1 - channel ) MULTI . reproduction mode can be applied to . • Make sure you have selected the analog or digital input mode correctly . • Surround modes are not valid for DVD MULTI playback mode . 2 . Press SURROUND to activate the Surround mode . • For multi - channel digital software , incoming signals are automatically detected and the appropriate Surround mode is Press EX / ES to select an appropriate setting for your enjoyment . activated ( see page 32 for details ) . The currently selected EX / ES ( 7.1 - channel ) reproduction mode DIGITAL AUTO appears on the display . C R L LINEAR PCM LFE SUBWFR DIGITAL • Each time you press the button , it changes as follows : SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME LS RS For details of applicable Surround mode , see “ Surround Modes Applicable to the Various Software ” on page 32 . Ex . When “ DOLBY D ” is activated . EX / ES AUTO According to the incoming signal , an – If the EX / ES ( 7.1 - channel ) reproduction mode has been set appropriate Surround mode is applied . to “ AUTO ” or “ ON , ” one of the EX / ES ( 7.1 - channel ) • For Dolby Digital EX and DTS - ES , reproduction modes will be activated ( see the left column ) . EX / ES ( 7.1 - channel ) reproduction is applied . • For other multi - channel ( 5.1 - channel or less ) • For analog sources and digital 2 - channel software , you can encoded software , 5.1 - channel reproduction select one of the following Surround modes . Each time you is applied . press SURROUND , the Surround modes change as follows : EX / ES ON Select to apply EX / ES ( 7.1 - channel ) ANALOG reproduction to both 5.1 - channel and 6.1 - R L LINEAR PCM PRO LOGIC SUBWFR SPEAKERS 1 channel encoded software . VOLUME EX / ES OFF Select to cancel the EX / ES ( 7.1 - channel ) reproduction . PLII MOVIE PLII MUSIC PRO LOGIC Notes : NEO : 6MUSIC NEO : 6CINMA ( CINEMA ) • When an analog or digital 2 - channel source is playing , you can adjust the EX / ES ( 7.1 - channel ) reproduction mode and store the setting , but it will not affect the current source . • For Dual Mono software , you can select the channel you • When the source is one to which the EX / ES ( 7.1 - channel ) listen to . ( See page 25 . ) reproduction cannot be applied , you can adjust the setting and store DUAL DIGITAL AUTO in memory , but reproduction channels will remain unchanged . L LINEAR PCM • When the surround speakers are deactivated , you cannot activate SUBWFR DIGITAL SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME this setting and “ NO SURR SP ” appears on the display . To adjust the speaker output level , see pages 28 and 29 . To cancel the surround modes Press SURROUND / DSP OFF ( or SURR / DSP OFF on the remote control ) repeatedly until “ SURR OFF ” appears on the display . 33 30 - 36_7040 [ C ] 33 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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Using the DSP Modes English This unit activates a variety of DSP modes automatically . The basic settings and adjustments stored ( see pages 21 to 29 ) 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 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 Direct sounds 2000 . ) 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 Introducing the DSP Modes club with a low ceiling . DANCE CLUB Reproduces the spatial feeling of a rocking DSP modes include the following modes — dance club . • Digital Acoustic Processor ( DAP ) modes ( HALL 1 , HALL 2 , PAVILION Reproduces the spatial feeling of an exhibition LIVE CLUB , DANCE CLUB , PAVILION , THEATER 1 , hall with a high ceiling . THEATER 2 ) THEATER 1 * Reproduces the spatial feeling of a large theater • ALL STEREO where the seating capacity is about 600 . THEATER 2 * Reproduces the spatial feeling of a small • MONO FILM — Used for all types of 2 - channel signals ( including theater where the seating capacity is about 300 . Dual Mono signal ) * The built - in Dolby Pro Logic II decoder is activated when playing back 2 - channel analog or digital source . The indicator lights up . 3D Headphone mode You can also enjoy the DSP mode ( except All Channel Stereo When using the DAP mode , the sounds come out of all the mode ) through the headphones . connected and activated speakers . If you press DSP when the front speakers 1 and 2 are both • If the surround speakers are set to “ NONE ” in the speaker deactivated , 3D Headphone mode ( 3D H PHONE ) is activated setting , JVC’s original 3D - PHONIC processing ( which has been without respect to the type of software played back . developed to create the surround effect through the front speakers “ 3D H PHONE ” appears on the display and the DSP and only ) is used . HEADPHONE indicators also light up . The 3D - PHONIC indicator lights up on the display . 34 30 - 36_7040 [ C ] 34 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English All channel stereo mode 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 21 to “ ALL STEREO . ” 29 ) . You can also use the buttons on the remote control for the same functions . 1 . Select and play any source excluding DVD MULTI . 2 . Press DSP repeatedly until the DSP mode you want appears on the display . Sound reproduced from normal stereo • Each time you press the button , the DSP modes change as follows : DIGITAL AUTO C R L LINEAR PCM SUBWFR DIGITAL SPEAKERS 1 DSP VOLUME LS RS = HALL 1 = HALL 2 = LIVE CLUB 1 = DANCE CLUB = PAVILION = ALL STEREO * 2 = THEATER 1 = THEATER 2 = MONO FILM * = ( Back to the beginning ) 1 * When the surround speakers are set to “ NONE , ” you cannot select “ ALL STEREO . ” 2 * When multi - channel signals come in , you cannot select “ MONO FILM . ” Note : When the surround speakers are set to “ NONE , ” the 3D - PHONIC Sound reproduced from All Channel Stereo mode processing is applied to the DSP modes ( the 3D - PHONIC indicator also lights up ) . To adjust the effect level ( except All Channel Stereo ) , see page Mono Film 29 . In order to reproduce a more acoustic sound field in your listening room while viewing monaural sound video software ( analog , 2 - To cancel the DSP modes channel digital , and Dual Mono signals ) , you can use this mode . The surround effect will be added , and the sound localization of Press SURROUND / DSP OFF ( or SURR / DSP OFF on the remote actor’s words will be improved . This mode cannot be used for control ) repeatedly until “ SURR OFF ” appears on the display . 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 . 35 30 - 36_7040 [ C ] 35 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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Using the DVD MULTI Playback Mode English This receiver provides the DVD MULTI playback mode for reproducing the analog discrete output mode of the DVD player . Activating the DVD MULTI Playback Mode Connection diagram COMPONENT VIDEO DVD MULTI playback mode is the best connection method for DVD enjoying DVD Audio sounds . IN • When a DVD Audio disc is played back , the original high - quality sounds can be reproduced only using this mode . VIDEO AUDIO VIDEO S - VIDEO RIGHT LEFT SUBWOOFER CENTER DVD IN FRONT DVD IN SURR R L LEFT RIGHT 1 . Press DVD MULTI so that “ DVD ” appears on the R display . L The MULTI indicator also lights up . ANALOG MULTI C R L LINEAR PCM SUBWFR LFE SPEAKERS 1 VOLUME LS RS DVD player DVD Note : A When you select DVD MULTI as the source to play , the Surround and DSP modes are canceled , and the SURROUND and DSP B buttons do not work . C D 2 . Select the analog discrete output mode on the E F G DVD player , and start playing a DVD . • Refer also to the manual supplied with the DVD player . Å To component video output ı To subwoofer output You can adjust equalization patterns and speaker output levels . Ç To center channel audio output See “ Adjusting the equalization patterns ” on page 28 for details . Î To S - video output ‰ To composite video output Ï To left / right front channel audio output Ì To left / right surround channel audio output Notes : • Midnight Mode is not available for DVD MULTI playback mode ( see Note : page 16 ) . • When using a headphones , you can listen to the front channels ( left When connecting a DVD player to the component video input and right ) only , therefore 3D Headphone ( 3D H PHONE ) mode is jacks , make the component video input setting ( VIDEO IN DVD ) not valid for DVD MULTI playback mode . correctly . See page 26 for details . 36 30 - 36_7040 [ C ] 36 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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COMPU LINK Remote Control System English 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 ( see When you press the play ( 3 ) button on a connected component or below ) in addition to the connections using cables with RCA pin on its own remote control , the receiver automatically turns on and plugs ( see pages 9 ) . changes the source to the component . On the other hand , if you • Make sure that the AC power cords of these components are select a new source on the receiver or on the remote control , the unplugged before connection . Plug the AC power cords only after selected component begins playing immediately . all connections are complete . In both cases , the previously selected source continues playing without sound for a few seconds . Cassette deck Automatic Power On / Off ( Standby ) — only possible with or the COMPU LINK - 3 and COMPU LINK - 4 CD player CD recorder 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 . COMPULINK - 4 ( SYNCHRO ) When you turn off the receiver , the connected components will turn off ( Standby ) . Synchronized Recording Synchronized recording means the cassette deck starts recording as soon as a CD begins playing . To use synchronized recording , follow these steps : Notes : • There are four versions of COMPU LINK remote control system . 1 . Put a tape in the cassette deck , and a disc in the This receiver is equipped with the fourth version — COMPU LINK - 4 . CD player . This version is added systematic operations with the CD recorder to the previous version — COMPU LINK - 3 . 2 . Press the record ( ¶ ) button and the pause ( 8 ) • If your audio component has two COMPU LINK jacks , you can use button on the cassette deck at the same time . either one . If it has only one COMPU LINK jack , connect it so that it This puts the cassette deck into recording pause . is the last item in the series of components . If you do not press the record ( ¶ ) button and pause ( 8 ) button at • To operate the cassette deck or CD recorder using the COMPU LINK remote control system , set the source name correctly if the same time , the synchronized recording feature will not required . ( See page 17 . ) operate . • Refer also to the manuals supplied for your audio components . 3 . Press the play ( 3 ) button on the CD player . The source changes on the receiver , and as soon as play starts , This remote control system allows you to use four functions listed the cassette deck starts recording . When the play ends , the below . cassette deck enters recording pause , and stops about 4 seconds later . Remote Control through the Remote Sensor on the Receiver Notes : You can control the connected audio components through the remote sensor on the receiver using this remote control . Aim the remote • During synchronized recording , the selected source cannot be changed . control directly at the remote sensor on the receiver . For details , • If the power of any component is shut off during synchronized see pages 40 and 41 . recording , the COMPU LINK remote control system may not operate properly . In this case , you must start again from the beginning . 37 37 - 37_7040 [ C ] 37 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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AV COMPU LINK Remote Control System English The AV COMPU LINK remote control system allows you to operate JVC’s video components ( TV , VCR , and DVD player ) through the receiver . This receiver is equipped with the AV COMPU LINK - III , which adds a function to operate JVC’s video components through the video components terminals . To use this remote control system , connect the video components you want to operate , following the diagrams below and the procedure on the next page . CONNECTIONS 1 : AV COMPU LINK connection CAUTION : TV VCR DVD player • You can only connect to the TV with the AV COMPU LINK EX AV COMPULINK - VHS or AV COMPU LINK - III jack . DVD • DO NOT connect to the TV with AV COMPU LINK PAVU COM LINK RECEIVER / AMP jack . PAVU AVLINK COM LINK COMPU EX IMPORTANT : AVLINK - ΙΙΙ COMPU The AV COMPU LINK remote control system cannot control the DBS tuner . Notes : • When connecting the receiver and a TV with the AV COMPU LINK EX jack by using a component video cable , you cannot use automatic selection of TV’s input mode ( see page 39 ) . • Make sure that the remote control code for the connected VCR is set to code “ A . ” • When connecting only the VCR or DVD player to the receiver , connect it directly to the receiver using cables with the monaural mini - plugs . CONNECTIONS 2 : Video cable connection This receiver is equipped with three types of the video terminals — S - video , composite video , and component video , and the signals coming into this receiver through one type of video jacks can output only through the jack of the same type . So you need to connect the VCR and / or DVD player to the TV using one of the following three ways : • When using the AV COMPU LINK remote control system , set the component video input for the DVD player and the VCR correctly ( see “ Setting the component video input ” on page 26 ) ; otherwise , the correct input for this receiver will not be selected on the TV . CASE 1 When connecting the source equipment to the receiver through the S - video jacks , connect the receiver to the TV’s Video Input 1 jack ( S - video input ) using S - video cables . Source This receiver TV equipment S - video cord S - video cord To Video Input 1 CASE 2 When connecting the source equipment to the receiver through the composite video jacks , connect the receiver to the TV’s Video Input 2 jack ( composite video input ) using composite video cables . Source This receiver TV equipment Composite Composite video cord video cord To Video Input 2 CASE 3 When connecting the source equipment to the receiver through the component video jacks , connect the receiver to the TV’s Video Input 2 jack ( component video input ) using component video cables . Source This receiver TV equipment Component Component video cord video cord To Video Input 2 38 38 - 46_7040 [ C ] 38 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English One - Touch DVD Play Connecting procedure Simply by starting playback on the DVD player , you can enjoy the 1 . If you have already plugged your VCR , DVD DVD playback without setting other switches manually . player , TV and this receiver into the AC outlets , • When the DVD player is connected through the analog input jacks unplug their AC power cords first . on this receiver ( and analog input is selected ) , the receiver automatically turns on and changes the source to DVD or DVD 2 . Connect your VCR , DVD player , TV and this MULTI . receiver , using the cables with the monaural mini - • When the DVD player is connected through the digital input terminal on this receiver ( and digital input is selected ) , the plugs ( not supplied ) . receiver automatically turns on and changes the source to DVD . • See “ CONNECTIONS 1 ” on the previous page . The TV automatically turns on and changes the input mode to the appropriate position so that you can view the playback picture . 3 . Connect the audio input / output jacks on VCR , DVD player , TV and this receiver using the cables Automatic Selection of TV’s Input Mode with RCA pin plugs . • When you select TV as the source to play on the receiver , the TV • See pages 10 and 11 . automatically changes the input mode to the TV tuner so that you can watch TV . 4 . Connect the video input / output jacks on VCR , • When you select any other video source other than TV as the DVD player , TV and this receiver , using the source to play on the receiver , the TV automatically changes the cables with RCA pin plugs , S - video plug or input mode to the appropriate position ( either Video Input 1 or component video plugs . Video Input 2 ) so that you can view the playback picture . • See “ CONNECTIONS 2 ” on the previous page . Note : 5 . Plug the AC power cords of the components and This function does not work when you connect this receiver and the TV with the AV COMPU LINK EX jack using a component video cable . the receiver into the AC outlets . In this case , reconnect the TV referring to CASE 1 or CASE 2 on page 38 . 6 . When turning on the TV for the first time after the AV COMPU LINK connection , turn the TV Automatic Power On / Off ( Standby ) volume to the minimum using the TV volume The TV , VCR , and DVD player turn on and off along with the control on the TV . receiver . When you turn on the receiver ; 7 . Turn on the connected components first , then • If the previously selected source is VCR , the TV and VCR will turn on this receiver . turn on automatically . • When turning on the VCR , use the remote control supplied • If the previously selected source is DVD or DVD MULTI , the TV with this receiver . and DVD player will turn on automatically . • If the previously selected source is TV , only the TV will turn on The AV COMPU LINK remote control system allows you to use the automatically . five basic functions listed below . When you turn off the receiver , the TV , VCR and the DVD player will turn off ( Standby ) . Remote Control of the TV , DVD player , and VCR Using This Remote Control Note : See page 41 for details . If you turn off the receiver while recording on the VCR , the VCR will • Aim the remote control directly at the remote sensor on each not turn off , but continue recording . target component . One - Touch Video Play Simply by inserting a video cassette without its safety tab into the VCR , you can enjoy the video playback without setting other switches manually . The receiver automatically turns on and changes the source to VCR . The TV automatically turns on and changes the input mode to the appropriate position so that you can view the playback picture . When you insert a video cassette with its safety tab , press the play ( 3 ) button on the VCR or on the remote control . So , you can get the same result . 39 38 - 46_7040 [ C ] 39 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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Operating JVC’s Audio / Video Components English 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 . CD player Operating Audio Components After pressing CD , you can perform the following operations on the CD player : IMPORTANT : To operate JVC’s audio components using the supplied remote control : 3 : Start playing . • You need to connect JVC’s audio components through the 4 : Return to the beginning of the current ( or previous ) COMPU LINK ( SYNCHRO ) jacks ( see page 37 ) in addition to track . the connections using cables with RCA pin plugs ( see page 9 ) . ¢ : Skip to the beginning of the next track . • Aim the remote control directly at the remote sensor on the receiver . 7 : Stop playing . • If you use the buttons on the front panel to choose a source , the 8 : Pause playing . To resume , press 3 . remote control will not operate that source . To operate a source 1 – 10 , + 10 : Select a track number directly . with the remote control , the source must be selected using source For track number 5 , press 5 . selection buttons on the remote control . For track number 15 , press + 10 , then 5 . • To operate the target component using the COMPU LINK remote For track number 20 , press + 10 , then 10 . control system , set the source name correctly if required . ( See For track number 30 , press + 10 , + 10 , then 10 . page 17 . ) • Refer also to the manuals supplied with your components . CD changer After pressing CD - DISC , you can perform the following operations Sound control section ( Amplifier ) on the CD changer : You can always perform the following operations : 3 : Start playing . AUDIO : Turn on or off the receiver . 4 : Return to the beginning of the current ( or previous ) DIMMER : Dim or brighten the display . track . VOLUME + / – : Adjust the volume level . ¢ : Skip to the beginning of the next track . MUTING : Turn on or off sound muting . 7 : Stop playing . SURROUND : Turn on and select the Surround modes 8 : Pause playing . To resume , press 3 . DSP : Turn on and select the DSP modes . 1 – 6 , 7 / P : Select the number of a disc installed in a CD SURR / DSP OFF : Turn off the Surround and DSP mode . changer . CC CONVERTER : Turn on or off CC Converter . After pressing CD , you can perform the following operations on a EX / ES : Select the EX / ES reproduction mode . CD changer : ANALOG DIRECT : Turn on or off Analog Direct . ANALOG / DIGITAL INPUT : 1 – 10 , + 10 : Select a track number directly . Switch the analog and digital input alternately . For track number 5 , press 5 . MIDNIGHT MODE : Select the Midnight Mode . For track number 15 , press + 10 , then 5 . SLEEP : Set the Sleep Timer . For track number 20 , press + 10 , then 10 . TEST : Turn on or off test tone output . For track number 30 , press + 10 , + 10 , then 10 . BASS BOOST : Turn on or off Bass Boost . Example : CENTER TONE : Adjust the center tone . • Selecting disc number 4 , track number 12 , and starting playback . D.EQ FREQ : Select the frequency bands . 1 . Press CD - DISC , then press 4 . D.EQ LEVEL + / – : Adjust the selected frequency band’s level . 2 . Press CD , then press + 10 , 2 . FRONT L + / – : Adjust the left front speaker output level . FRONT R + / – : Adjust the right front speaker output level . If your CD changer is of 200 - disc loading capability ( except for CENTER + / – : Adjust the center speaker output level . XL - MC100 and XL - MC301 ) , you can do the following operations SURR L + / – : Adjust the left surround speaker output level . using the 10 keys after pressing CD . SURR R + / – : Adjust the right surround speaker output level . S.BACK + / – : Adjust the surround back speaker output level . 1 . Select a disc number . SUBWFR + / – : Adjust the subwoofer output level . 2 . Then select a track number ( always enter two digits ) . 3 . Press 3 to start playback . Tuner Examples : You can always perform the following operation : • Selecting disc number 3 , track number 2 , and starting playback . FM / AM : Alternate between FM and AM . Press 3 , then , 0 , 2 , then 3 . • Selecting disc number 10 , track number 5 , and starting playback . After pressing FM / AM , you can perform the following operations Press 1 , 0 , then , 0 , 5 , then 3 . on a tuner : • Selecting disc number 105 , track number 12 , and starting playback . Press 1 , 0 , 5 , then 1 , 2 , then 3 . 1 – 10 , + 10 : Select a preset channel number directly . For channel number 5 , press 5 . Note : For channel number 15 , press + 10 , then 5 . For channel number 20 , press + 10 , then 10 . It is required to press each button within 4 seconds in the above TUNING 9 / ( : Tune into stations . procedure . FM MODE : Change the FM reception mode . 40 38 - 46_7040 [ C ] 40 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English CD recorder CHANNEL + / – : Change the TV channels on a VCR . 1 – 9,10 ( RETURN ) , 0 , 100 + ( + 10 ) : After pressing TAPE / CDR ( or TAPE / CDR CONT ) , you can perform Select the TV channels on a VCR . the following operations on a CD recorder : The 10 ( RETURN ) button will function as the 3 : Start playing . ENTER button if your VCR requires pressing 4 : Return to the beginning of the current ( or previous ) ENTER after selecting a channel number . track . REC PAUSE : Enter recording pause . ¢ : Skip to the beginning of the next track . To start recording , press this button then 3 . 7 : Stop playing and recording . 8 : Pause playing or recording . To resume , press 3 . Note : REC PAUSE : Enter recording pause . You can use either VCR or the control button ( VCR CONT ) to activate To start recording , press this button then 3 . the buttons listed above . If you press one of the source selection buttons , the playing source also changes . On the other hand , pressing Cassette deck the control button does not change the playing source . After pressing TAPE / CDR ( or TAPE / CDR CONT ) , you can perform the following operations on a cassette deck : DVD player 3 : Start playing . You can always perform the following operation : REW : Fast - wind the tape from right to left . FF : Fast - wind the tape from left to right . DVD : Turn on or off the DVD player . 7 : Stop playing and recording or fast - wind the tape . After pressing DVD or DVD MULTI , you can perform the following 8 : Pause playing or recording . To resume , press 3 . operations on the DVD player : REC PAUSE : Enter recording pause . To start recording , press this button then 3 . 3 : Start playing . 4 : Return to the beginning of the current ( or previous ) Note : chapter . You can use either source selection buttons or the control button ¢ : Skip to the beginning of the next chapter . ( TAPE / CDR CONT ) to activate the buttons for the target source . If you 7 : Stop playing . press one of the source selection buttons , the playing source also 8 : Pause playing . To resume , press 3 . changes . On the other hand , pressing the control button does not 1 – 10 , 0 , + 10 : Select a track number directly . change the playing source . For track number 5 , press 5 . For track number 15 , press + 10 , then 5 . For track number 20 , press + 10 , then 10 ( or press + 10 , + 10 , then 0 ) . Operating Video Components For track number 30 , press + 10 , + 10 , then 10 ( or press + 10 , + 10 , + 10 , then 0 ) . IMPORTANT : To operate JVC’s video components using the supplied remote control : After pressing DVD or DVD MULTI , DVD MENU • You need to connect JVC’s video components through the AV these buttons can be used for the COMPU LINK jacks ( see page 38 ) in addition to the connections DVD menu operations . using cables with RCA pin plugs ( see pages 10 and 11 ) . • Some JVC’s VCRs can accept two types of the control signals — remote code “ A ” and “ B . ” Before using this remote control , make sure that the remote control code of the target VCR is set to code Note : “ A . ” For detailed menu operations , refer to the instructions supplied • When using the remote control , aim the remote control directly at with the discs or the DVD player . the remote sensor on each component , not on the receiver . VCR TV You can always perform the following operation : You can always perform the following operations : VCR : Turn on or off a VCR . TV : Turn on or off the TV . TV VOL + / – : Adjust the volume . After pressing VCR ( or VCR CONT ) , you can perform the TV / VIDEO : Set the input mode ( either TV or VIDEO ) . following operations on a VCR : After pressing TV / DBS , you can perform the following operations 3 : Start playing . on a TV : REW : Rewind the tape . FF : Fast - forward the tape . CHANNEL + / – : Change the channels . 7 : Stop playing and recording or rewind or fast - 1 – 9 , 0 , 100 + ( + 10 ) : Select the channels . forward the tape . RETURN ( 10 ) : Alternate between the previously selected channel 8 : Pause playing or recording . To resume , press 3 . and the current channel . 41 38 - 46_7040 [ C ] 41 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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Operating Other Manufacturers ’ Video Equipment English This remote control supplied with the receiver can transmit control signals for other manufacturers ’ TVs , CATV converters , DBS tuners , 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 or DBS tuner • After replacing batteries for the remote control , you need to set 1 . Press and hold CATV / DBS . the manufactures ’ codes again . 2 . Press CATV / DBS CONT . To change the transmittable signals for 3 Enter a manufacturer’s code using buttons 1 – 9 , operating another manufacturer’s TV and 0 . 1 . Press and hold TV . See the list on page 44 to find the code . 2 . Press TV / DBS . 4 . Release CATV / DBS . 3 . Enter a manufacturer’s code using buttons 1 – 9 , 5 . Try to operate your CATV converter or DBS and 0 . tuner by pressing CATV / DBS . See the list on page 44 to find the code . When your CATV converter or DBS tuner turns on or off , you have entered the correct code . 4 . Release TV . 5 . Try to operate your TV by pressing TV . If there are more than one code listed for your brand of When your TV turns on or off , you have entered the correct CATV converter or DBS tuner , try each one until the correct code . one is entered . If there are more than one code listed for your brand of TV , The following button can be used for operating the CATV try each one until the correct one is entered . converter and DBS tuner : CATV / DBS : Turn on and off the CATV converter or DBS The following buttons can be used for operating the TV : tuner . : Turn on and off the TV . TV After pressing CATV / DBS CONT , you can perform the TV VOL + / – : Adjust the volume . following operations on the CATV converter or DBS tuner : TV / VIDEO : Set the input mode ( either TV or VIDEO ) . CHANNEL + / – : Change the channels . After pressing TV / DBS , you can perform the following 1 – 9,10 ( RETURN ) , 0 , 100 + ( + 10 ) : operations on the TV : Select the channels . CHANNEL + / – : Change the channels . The 10 ( RETURN ) button will function as 1 – 9,10 ( RETURN ) , 0 , 100 + ( + 10 ) : the ENTER button if your equipment Select the channels . requires pressing ENTER after selecting a The 10 ( RETURN ) button will function as the channel number . ENTER button if your TV requires pressing ENTER after selecting a channel number . Note : You cannot preset the signals for both the CATV converter and DBS Notes : tuner at the same time . • 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 10 keys , press CHANNEL + / – for changing the channels . 42 38 - 46_7040 [ C ] 42 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English To change the transmittable signals for To change the transmittable signals for operating another manufacturer’s VCR operating another manufacturer’s DVD player 1 . Press and hold VCR . 1 . Press and hold DVD . 2 . Press VCR . 2 Press DVD . 3 . Enter manufacturer’s code using buttons 1 – 9 , 3 . Enter a manufacturer’s code using buttons 1 – 9 , and 0 . and 0 . See the list on page 44 to find the code . See the list on page 44 to find the code . 4 . Release VCR . 4 . Release DVD . 5 . Try to operate your VCR by pressing VCR . 5 . Try to operate your DVD player by pressing When your VCR turns on or off , you have entered the correct code . DVD . 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 . If there are more than one code listed for your brand of The following button can be used for operating the VCR : DVD , try each one until the correct one is entered . : Turn on and off the VCR . VCR The following button can be used for operating the DVD : After pressing VCR , you can perform the following operations DVD : Turn on and off the DVD . on the VCR : After pressing DVD or DVD MULTI , you can perform the CHANNEL + / – : Change the TV channels on the VCR . following operations on the DVD player : 1 – 9,10 ( RETURN ) , 0 , 100 + ( + 10 ) : Select the TV channels on a VCR . 3 : Start playing . The 10 ( RETURN ) button will function as the 4 : Return to the beginning of the current ( or ENTER button if your VCR requires pressing previous ) chapter . Some model of the DVD ENTER after selecting a channel number . player , rewind the picture 3 : Start playback . ¢ : Skip to the beginning of the next chapter . Some REW : Rewind the tape . model of the DVD player , fast - forward the FF : Fast - forward the tape . picture . 7 : Stop playing or recording . 7 : Stop playing . 8 : Pause playing . To resume , press 3 . 8 : Pause playing . To resume , press 3 . REC PAUSE : Enter recording pause . 1 – 10 , 0 , + 10 : Select a track number directly . To start recording , press this button then 3 . For track number 5 , press 5 . For track number 15 , press + 10 , then 5 . For track number 20 , press + 10 , then 10 ( or press + 10 , + 10 , then 0 ) . For track number 30 , press + 10 , + 10 , then 10 ( or press + 10 , + 10 , + 10 , then 0 ) . DVD MENU After pressing DVD or DVD MULTI , these buttons can be used for the DVD menu operations . Note : For detailed menu operations , refer to the instructions supplied with the discs or the DVD player . 43 38 - 46_7040 [ C ] 43 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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English For TV For VCR Manufacturer Codes Manufacturer Codes Manufacturer Codes JVC 01 * , 02 , 03 , 04 JVC 01 * Panasonic 26 , 27 Aiwa 05 Akai 02 Philips 24 Akai 06 , 07 , 08 Bell & Howell 03 Pioneer 28 Bell & Howell 09 Centurion 04 Proscan 29 Daewoo 10 Coronad 05 Quasar 30 Emerson 11 , 12 , 13 , 14 , 15 Daewoo 06 , 07 , 08 Radioshack 31 Fisher 16 , 17 , 18 , 19 Emerson 09 , 10 , 11 , RCA 02 , 17 , 32 , GE 20 , 21 12 , 13 33 , 34 , 35 Go Video 22 Fisher 14 Samsung 36 , 37 Gold Star 23 GE / Pana 15 , 16 Sanyo 14 Go - Video_A 24 GE / RCA 17 Sears 38 Go - Video_B 25 Gold Star 18 , 19 Sharp 39 Hitachi 20 , 26 Hitachi 20 , 21 Sony 40 Magnavox 27 , 28 , 29 KTV 22 , 23 Symphonic 41 , 42 Mitsubishi 30 , 31 , 32 , 33 Magnavox 24 Toshiba 38 NEC 34 , 35 Marantz 25 Zenith 43 , 44 Panasonic 36 , 37 Mitsubishi 25 Philips 27 RCA 38 Samsung 39 , 40 , 41 For CATV converter Sanyo 16 , 17 , 18 , 19 Manufacturer Codes Scott 42 Sharp 43 , 44 General Instrument 01 * Shintom 45 Gemini 02 Sony 46 , 47 , 48 , 49 , 50 , 51 Hamlin 03 , 04 , 05 , 06 Symphonic 52 Jerrold 07 , 08 , 09 , 10 , 11 , 12 , Teknica 53 , 54 Toshiba 55 13 , 14 , 15 Zenith 56 Macom 16 , 17 , 18 Magnavox 19 Oak 20 , 21 , 22 For DVD player Panasonic 23 , 24 Philips 25 , 26 , 27 , 28 , 29 , 30 Manufacturer Codes Pioneer 31 , 32 JVC 01 * S . Atlanta 33 , 34 , 35 Hitachi 02 Samsung 36 Kenwood 03 , 04 Tocom 37 Magnavox 05 Zenith 38 , 39 Marantz 06 Mitsubishi 07 For DBS tuner Onkyo 08 , 09 Panasonic 10 Manufacturer Codes Philips 06 Echostar 40 Pioneer 11 General Instrument 41 Proscan 12 Hitachi 42 Hughes 43 RCA 12 Panasonic 44 Samsung 13 Primestar 45 Sony 14 RCA 46 Toshiba 05 Sony 47 Yamaha 15 Toshiba 48 Zenith 05 , 16 * Initial setting Manufacturers ’ codes are subject to change without notice . If they are changed , this remote control cannot operate the equipment . 44 38 - 46_7040 [ C ] 44 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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Troubleshooting English Use this chart to help you solve daily operational problems . If there is any problem you cannot solve , contact your JVC’s service center . PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE 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 . Check speaker wiring and reconnect if necessary . ( See Speaker signal cables are not connected . page 7 . ) Press SPEAKERS ON / OFF 1 and SPEAKERS The SPEAKERS ON / OFF 1 and SPEAKERS ON / OFF 2 buttons are not ON / OFF 2 correctly . ( See page 15 . ) set correctly . Select the correct source . An incorrect source is selected . Muting is activated . Press MUTING to cancel the mute . ( See page 18 . ) Select the correct input mode ( analog or digital ) . ( See An incorrect input mode ( analog or pages 15 and 16 . ) digital ) is selected . Sound from one speaker only . Speaker signal cables are not connected Check speaker wiring and reconnect if necessary . ( See page 7 . ) properly . “ NO SUBWFR ” appears on the display . SUBWOOFER OUT ON / OFF is pressed If subwoofer is connected , set “ SUB WOOFER ” to while “ SUB WOOFER ” is set to “ NO . ” “ YES ” so that SUBWOOFER OUT ON / OFF works . Continuous hiss or buzzing during FM Connect an outdoor FM antenna or contact your Incoming signal is too weak . reception . dealer . ( See page 6 . ) Select a new station . The station is too far away . Noise is heard during FM / AM reception . An incorrect antenna is used . Check with your dealer to be sure you have the correct antenna . Check connections . ( See pages 6 and 7 . ) Antennas are not connected properly . Ignition noise from automobiles . Move the antenna farther from automobile traffic . No sound effect such as the Surround Turn off Analog Direct . ( See page 17 . ) Analog Direct is turned on . mode , DSP mode and equalization Select the source other than DVD MULTI . ( See page DVD MULTI is selected as the source pattern . 13 . ) ( except digital equalization ) . EX / ES ( 7.1 - channel ) reproduction cannot Play back software bearing the mark Dolby Digital Software or setting is not for Dolby be done for Dolby Digital EX or DTS - ES EX or DTS - ES . Digital EX or DTS - ES software . software . Set “ EX / ES ” setting to “ AUTO ” or “ ON . ” ( See page 33 . ) STANDBY / ON on the front panel to 1 . Press “ OVERLOAD ” starts flashing on the Speakers are overloaded because of high turn off the receiver . display . volume . 2 . Stop the playback source . 3 . Turn on the receiver again , and adjust the volume . Speakers are overloaded because of short STANDBY / ON on the front panel to turn Press off the receiver , then check the speaker wiring . circuit of speaker terminals . 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 . STANDBY / ON on the front panel to turn Press “ DSP NG ” starts flashing on the display . The built - in microcomputer is not off the receiver . After unplugging the AC power cord , functioning correctly . contact your dealer . The STANDBY lamp lights up after Very high voltage or very low voltage is STANDBY / ON on the front panel to turn Press turning on the power , and soon the applied to the receiver , or built - in power off the receiver . After unplugging the AC power cord , receiver turns off again ( into standby amplifier becomes out of order . consult 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 6 . ) Remote control does not work as you An incorrect remote control operation Select the correct remote control operation mode . ( See intend . mode is selected . pages 40 and 41 . ) 45 38 - 46_7040 [ C ] 45 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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Specifications English Amplifier Video Video Input Sensitivity / Impedance Output Power Composite Video DVD IN , VCR IN , TV SOUND / DBS IN : At Stereo Operation 1 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Front Channel : 130 W per channel , min . RMS , driven into 8 S - video DVD IN , VCR IN , TV SOUND / DBS IN Ω , 20 Hz to 20 kHz , with no more than ( Y : luminance ) : 1 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω 0.08 % total harmonic distortion . ( C : chrominance , burst ) : 0.286 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω At Surround Operation Component Video DVD IN , DBS ( VCR ) IN Front Channel : 130 W per channel , min . RMS , driven into 8 ( Y : luminance ) : 1 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Ω at 1 kHz , with no more than 0.8 % total B / PR ) : 0.7 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω ( P harmonic distortion . Video Output Level Center Channel : 130 W , min . RMS , driven into 8 Ω at 1 kHz , Composite Video VCR OUT , MONITOR OUT : 1 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω with no more than 0.8 % total harmonic S - video VCR OUT , MONITOR OUT distortion . ( Y : luminance ) : 1 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Surround Channel : 130 W per channel , min . RMS , driven into 8 ( C : chrominance , burst ) : 0.286 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Ω at 1 kHz , with no more than 0.8 % total Component Video MONITOR OUT harmonic distortion . ( Y : luminance ) : 1 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Surround Back Channel : B / PR ) : 0.7 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω ( P 130 W , min . RMS , driven into 8 Ω at 1 kHz , Synchronization : Negative with no more than 0.8 % total harmonic Signal - to - Noise Ratio : 45 dB distortion . Audio FM tuner ( IHF ) Audio Input Sensitivity / Impedance ( 1 kHz ) Tuning Range : 87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz DVD IN , VCR IN , TV SOUND / DBS IN : 200 mV / 47 kΩ Usable Sensitivity Monaural : 12.8 dBf ( 1.2 µV / 75 Ω ) CD IN , TAPE / CDR IN : 200 mV / 47 kΩ 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity Monaural : 16.0 dBf ( 1.7 µV / 75 Ω ) Audio Input ( DIGITAL IN ) * Stereo : 37.5 dBf ( 20.5 µV / 75 Ω ) Coaxial DIGITAL 1 ( DVD ) : 0.5 V ( p - p ) / 75 Ω Stereo Separation at OUT ( REC ) : 35 dB at 1 kHz Optical DIGITAL 2 ( CD ) , DIGITAL 3 ( TV ) , DIGITAL 4 ( CDR ) : – 21 dBm to – 15 dBm ( 660 nm ± 30 nm ) AM tuner * Corresponding to Linear PCM , Dolby Digital , and DTS ( with sampling frequency — 32 kHz , 44.1 kHz , 48 kHz ) . Tuning Range : 530 kHz to 1 710 kHz Audio Output Level SUBWOOFER OUT : 1 V General Recording Output Level VCR OUT , TAPE / CDR OUT : 200 mV Digital Output Optical DIGITAL OUT Power Requirements : AC 120 V , 60 Hz Signal wave length : 660 nm Power Consumption : 320 W / 440 VA ( at operation ) Output level : – 21 dBm to – 15 dBm 2 W ( in standby mode ) Signal - to - Noise Ratio ( ’ 66 IHF / ’ 78 IHF ) Dimensions ( W x H x D ) : 435 mm x 157 mm x 425 mm DVD IN , VCR IN , TV SOUND / DBS IN : 87 dB / 80 dB Mass : 12.1 kg CD IN , TAPE / CDR IN : 87 dB / 80 dB Frequency Response ( 8 Ω ) DVD IN , VCR IN , TV SOUND / DBS IN : 20 Hz to 100 kHz ( + 1 dB , – 3 dB ) Designs & specifications are subject to change without notice . CD IN , TAPE / CDR IN : 20 Hz to 100 kHz ( + 1 dB , – 3 dB ) Bass Boost : + 6 dB ± 1.0 dB at 100 Hz Equalization 63 Hz , 250 Hz , 1 kHz , 4 kHz , 16 kHz : ± 8 dB ( in 2 dB steps ) 46 38 - 46_7040 [ C ] 46 04.2.12 , 19 : 01
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Table des matières Ajustment du son . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Éléments des réglages de base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Caractéristiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Procédure de base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Précautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Ajustement des courbes d’égalisation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Ajustement des niveaux de sortie des enceintes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Identification des parties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Ajustement des paramètres du son pour les modes Pour commencer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Français Surround et DSP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Vérification des accessoires fournis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Mise en place des piles dans la télécommande . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Utilisation des modes Surround . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Connexion des antennes FM et AM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Reproduction de l’ambiance d’un cinéma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Connexion des enceintes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Présentation des modes Surround . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Connexion des appareils audio / vidéo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Modes Surround applicables à divers supports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 7 Connexions analogiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Mise en service du mode Surround . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 7 Connexions numériques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 7 Mise en service du réglage EX / ES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Connexion du cordon d’alimentation secteur . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 7 Mise en service automatique des modes Surround . . . . . . . . . . . 33 7 Mise en service manuelle des modes Surround . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Opérations de base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Utilisation de base quotidienne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Utilisation des modes DSP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Mise sous tension de l’appareil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Reproduction du champ sonore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Sélection de la source de lecture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Introduction des modes DSP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Ajustement du volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Mise en service du mode DSP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Sélection des enceintes avant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Mise en service et ajustement du son du caisson de grave . . . . . . 15 Utilisation du mode de lecture DVD MULTI . . . 36 Sélection du mode d’entrée analogique ou numérique . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Réglage de la plage dynamique . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Mise en service du mode de lecture DVD MULTI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Atténuation du signal d’entrée . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Mise en et hors service de la fonction Analog Direct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Système de commande à distance Reproduction de sons naturels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 COMPU LINK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Modification du nom de la source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Système de commande à distance Accentuation des graves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 AV COMPU LINK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Mise en sourdine du son . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Commande d’appareils audio / vidéo JVC . . . . . . . 40 Modification de la luminosité de l’affichage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Utilisation de la minuterie d’arrêt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Commande d’appareils audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Commande d’appareils vidéo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Réception d’émissions de radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Commande d’appareils vidéo d’autres Accord manuel d’une station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 fabricants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Utilisation de l’accord par préréglage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Sélection du mode de réception FM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Guide de dépannage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Spécifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Réglages de base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Réglage rapide des enceintes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Éléments des réglages de base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Procédure de base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Réglage des enceintes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Réglage de la distance des enceintes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Réglage des sons graves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Sélection du canal principal ou secondaire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Réglage pour des opérations Surround faciles et efficaces . . . . 25 Réglage des prises d’entrée numériques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Réglage de l’entrée vidéo en composantes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Mémorisation du niveau de volume pour chaque source . . . . 26 Cette marque indique que la télécommande NE Cette marque indique que SEULE la télécommande Remote PEUT PAS être utilisée pour l’opération expliquée . PEUT être utilisée pour l’opération expliquée . NOT Utiliser les touches du panneau avant . 1 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] _FR_3 1 04.2.13 , 4 : 16 PM
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Introduction Nous vous remercions d’avoir acheté un de nos produits JVC . Avant d’utiliser cet appareil , veuillez lire attentivement et entièrement ce mode d’emploi afin d’obtenir les meilleures performances possibles de votre appareil , et conservez ce mode d’emploi à titre de référence . Précautions Caractéristiques Général Convertisseur CC ( Compression Compensatrice ) Français • Assurez - vous d’avor les mains sèches . Le convertisseur CC élimine le bouger et les bandes , permettant • Mettez tous les appareils hors tension . une réduction importante des distorsions numériques par un • Lisez les modes d’emploi fournis avec les appareils que vous traitement des données numériques musicales par quantification souhaitez connecter . 24 bits et expansion de la fréquence d’échantillonnage à 128 kHz ( pour les signaux fs 32 kHz ) / 176,4 kHz ( pour les signaux fs 44,1 Sources d’alimentation kHz ) / 192 kHz ( pour les signaux fs 48 kHz ) . En utilisant le convertisseur CC , vous pouvez obtenir un champ sonore naturel • Pour débrancher l’ampli - tuner de la prise murale , tirez toujours pour n’importe quelle source . ( Se référer à la page 17 pour les sur la fiche et non pas sur le cordon d’alimentation secteur . détails . ) • Ne manipulez pas le cordon d’alimentation secteur avec les mains mouillées . Technologie K2 ( K2 Technology ) • Si vous n’avez pas l’intention d’utiliser l’ampli - tuner pendant une période prolongée , débranchez le cordon d’alimentation secteur de La technologie K2 a été conçue pour permettre une lecture audio la prise murale . naturelle . Elle permet une réduction incroyable de toute distorsion numérique et la création d’un son Surround original et doté d’une Emplacement haute précision . • Installez l’ampli - tuner dans un endroit plat et protégé de Compatible avec des formats audio multiples l’humidité et de la poussière . dont le DTS 96 / 24 • La température environnant l’appareil doit être comprise entre – 5 ˚ C et 35 ˚ C . Cet appareil vous permet d’apprécier des formats audio tels que le Dolby Digital EX , Dolby Pro Logic II , DTS - ES , DTS Neo : 6 , et Ventilation DTS 96 / 24 . • Cet appareil est aussi compatible avec les signaux Dual Mono Les amplificateurs à haute puissance intégrés dans cet ampli - tuner enregistrés en Dolby Digital et des disques DTS . génèrent de la chaleur à l’intérieur du boîtier . Pour des raisons de sécurité , respectez strictement ce qui suit . DAP ( Processeur acoustique numérique ) • Assurez - vous qu’il y a une bonne ventilation autour de l’ampli - tuner . Une mauvaise ventilation pourrait entraîner une surchauffe La technologie de simulation de champ sonore permet de recréer et endommager l’ampli - tuner . l’ambiance précise d’un cinéma ou d’une salle de concert • Ne bloquez pas les ouvertures ou les trous de ventilation . ( Si les existante . Grâce aux performances élevées du DSP ( Processeur de ouvertures ou les trous de ventilation sont bloqués par un journal signal numérique ) et aux grandes capacités de mémoire , vous un tissu , etc . , la chaleur ne pourra pas être évacuée . ) pouvez profiter d’un son surround multicanaux en reproduisant une source à 2 canaux ou multicanaux en fonction des réglages Autres des enceintes . • Si un objet métallique ou un liquide tombait sur l’appareil , Son Surround muticanaux virtuel pour casque débranchez - le et consultez votre revendeur avant d’utiliser l’appareil à nouveau . d’écoute — Mode 3D Headphone • N’exposez pas cet appareil à la pluie , à l’humidité , à un Le système surround virtuel intégré pour casque d’écoute est égouttement ou à des éclaboussures et ne placez pas des objets compatible avec les sources multicanaux telles que le Dolby remplis de liquide , tels qu’un vase , sur l’appareil . Digital , DTS Surround , etc . Grâce à l’algorithme de traitement de • Ne démontez pas l’appareil . Il n’y a aucune pièce réparable par signal utilisé pour le processeur DSP à haute performance , vous l’utilisateur à l’intérieur . pouvez obtenir un son surround naturel à travers votre casque d’écoute . En cas de problème , débranchez le cordon d’alimentation secteur et consultez votre revendeur JVC . Système de commande à distance COMPU LINK / AV COMPU LINK Le système de commande à distance COMPU LINK vous permet de commander d’autres appareils audio / vidéo JVC à partir de cet ampli - tuner . 2 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] _FR_3 2 04.2.13 , 4 : 17 PM
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Identification des parties Télécommande Référez - vous aux pages entre parenthèses pour les détails . 1 Touche DIMMER ( 18 , 40 ) 2 Touches Mise en attente / sous tension ( 13 , 40 – 43 ) AUDIO , DVD , CATV / DBS , VCR , TV AUDIO DIMMER Français 3 Touches de sélection de source ( 13 – 15 , 19 , 20 , 36 , 40 – 43 ) 1 DVD MULTI , DVD , CD * , TAPE / CDR * , TV / DBS , VCR , DVD CATV / DBS VCR TV FM / AM * * Quand vous appuyez sur une des touches de sélection de 2 DVD MULTI DVD TAPE / CDR CD source sur la télécommande , l’ampli - tuner se met automatiquement sous tension . 4 Touche TV VOL ( volume ) + / – ( 41 , 42 ) 3 VCR TV / DBS MUTING FM / AM 5 Touche CHANNEL + / – ( 41 – 43 ) u 6 Touches de commande des appareils audio / vidéo ( 40 , 41 , 43 ) TV VOL CHANNEL VOLUME REW 4 , 3 , FF ¢ , 7 , 8 Touches de commande du tuner ( 19 , 40 ) 4 ( TUNING , TUNING 9 i Touche REC PAUSE ( 41 , 43 ) 5 / FF REW / TUNING TUNING Touche TV / VIDEO ( 41 , 42 ) 7 Touche SURROUND ( 33 , 40 ) 6 TV / VIDEO REC PAUSE 8 Touches de commande du lecteur de DVD ( 40 , 41 , 43 ) ENTER , 3 , 2 , 5 , ∞ SURROUND DVD MENU 9 Touche DSP ( 34 , 35 , 40 ) o 7 p Touche CC CONVERTER ( 17 , 40 ) q Touche EX / ES ( 33 , 40 ) w Touche ANALOG DIRECT ( 17 , 40 ) 8 e Touche ANALOG / DIGITAL INPUT ( 16 , 40 ) SURR / DSP r Touche MIDNIGHT MODE ( 16 , 40 ) DSP OFF t Touche CD - DISC ( 40 ) 9 ; y Touches d’ajustement du son ( 15 , 18 , 28 , 29 , 40 ) u Touche MUTING ( 18 , 40 ) CC CONVERTER CATV / DBS VCR TAPE / CDR CONT CONT CONT p a i Touche VOLUME + / – ( 14 , 18 , 40 ) EX / ES o Touche DVD MENU ( 41 , 43 ) 1 2 3 q s ; Touche SURR ( surround ) / DSP OFF ( 33 , 35 , 40 ) ANALOG a Touche CATV / DBS CONT ( commande ) ( 42 ) DIRECT 6 4 5 w Touche VCR CONT ( commande ) ( 41 ) ANALOG / DIGITAL Touche TAPE / CDR CONT ( commande ) ( 41 ) INPUT 8 9 7 / P e RETURN FM MODE s Touches numériques pour la commande des appareils audio / MIDNIGHT MODE 10 0 10 vidéo ( 40 – 43 ) r CD - DISC SLEEP Touches numériques pour la commande du tuner ( 20 , 40 ) t d d Touche SLEEP ( 18 , 40 ) BASS CENTER D.EQ FREQ TEST BOOST TONE y CENTER D.EQ LEVEL L FRONT R Pour ouvrir le couvercle L SURR R S.BACK SUBWFR de la télécommande , poussez ici et faites glisser vers le bas . A / V CONTROL RECEIVER 3 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] _FR_3 3 04.2.13 , 4 : 17 PM
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Panneau avant 3 4 5 6 7 8 2 1 MASTER VOLUME is SURROUND STANDBY ça DSP STANDBY / ON an SPEAKERS ON / OFF SURROUND / DSP Fr OFF 1 CC CONVERTER 2 DVD MULTI DVD TV SOUND / DBS CD TAPE / CDR FM AM VCR SUBWOOFER OUT ON / OFF ANALOG DIRECT SETTING ADJUST MULTI JOG QUICK SPEAKER SETUP EXIT PUSH – OPEN PUSH SET PHONES o ; i a s d 9 p q w MIDNIGHT EX / ES MODE FM / AM TUNING FM / AM PRESET FM MODE MEMORY INPUT INPUT TUNER CONTROL DIGITAL ANALOG INPUT ATT e r t y u Inside the front door Derrière la porte avant Comment ouvrir la porte avant Poussez sur la partie marquée PUSH - OPEN . Référez - vous aux pages entre parenthèses pour les détails . e Touche EX / ES ( 33 ) r Touche INPUT ANALOG ( 16 ) 1 Touche STANDBY / ON et témoin STANDBY ( 13 ) Touche INPUT ATT ( 16 ) 2 Touches SPEAKERS ON / OFF 1 / 2 ( 15 ) t Touche MIDNIGHT MODE ( 16 ) 3 Touche SURROUND ( 32 , 33 ) y Touche INPUT DIGITAL ( 16 ) 4 Capteur de télécommande u Touches TUNER CONTROL 5 Fenêtre d’affichage ( Pour les détails , référez - vous à Touches FM / AM TUNING 5 / ∞ ( 19 ) “ Fenêtre d’affichage ” à la page suivante . ) Touches FM / AM PRESET 5 / ∞ ( 19 , 20 ) 6 Touches de sélection de source ( 13 – 15 , 17 , 19 , 20 , 36 ) Touche FM MODE ( 20 ) DVD MULTI , DVD , VCR , TV SOUND / DBS , CD , Touche MEMORY ( 19 ) TAPE / CDR , FM , AM i Touche SETTING ( 23 ) 7 Réglage MASTER VOLUME ( 14 ) o Touche QUICK SPEAKER SETUP ( 21 ) 8 Touche et témoin CC CONVERTER ( 17 ) ; Molette MULTI JOG ( 21 , 23 , 27 ) 9 Touche SUBWOOFER OUT ON / OFF ( 15 ) Touche PUSH SET ( 21 , 23 , 27 ) p Prise PHONES ( 15 ) a Touche EXIT ( 23 , 27 ) q Touche DSP ( 34 , 35 ) s Touche ADJUST ( 27 ) w Touche SURROUND / DSP OFF ( 33 , 35 ) d Touche et témoin ANALOG DIRECT ( 17 ) 4 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] _FR_3 4 04.2.13 , 4 : 17 PM
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Fenêtre d’affichage 8 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 0 - = ~ ! @ 1 TUNED STEREO DUAL ANALOG DIGITAL 96 / 24 MULTI AUTO SLEEP ONETOUCH OPERATION AUTO MUTING C R L LINEAR PCM VIRTUAL SB PRO LOGIC NEO : 6 B . BOOST MIDNIGHT MODE D . EQ HEADPHONE SPEAKERS 1 2 DSP 3D - PHONIC SUBWFR LFE DIGITAL VOLUME INPUT ATT Français LS S RS SB # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ + = Indicateur ONE TOUCH OPERATION ( 26 ) Référez - vous aux pages entre parenthèses pour les détails . ~ Indicateur SLEEP ( 18 ) 1 Indicateur DUAL ( 31 ) ! Indicateur MIDNIGHT MODE ( 16 ) 2 Indicateur ANALOG ( 16 ) @ Indicateur B . BOOST ( Accentuation des graves ) ( 18 ) 3 Indicateur DIGITAL AUTO ( 16 ) # Indicateurs d’enceinte et de signal ( 14 ) 4 Indicateur 96 / 24 ( 31 ) $ Indicateurs de format de signal numérique ( 16 ) 5 Indicateur MULTI ( 36 ) % Affichage principal 6 Indicateur NEO : 6 ( 31 ) ^ Indicateur D . EQ ( égalisation numérique ) ( 28 ) 7 Indicateur TUNED ( 19 ) & Indicateur DSP ( 15 , 32 , 34 ) PRO LOGIC ( 30 ) 8 Indicateur * Indicateur 3D - PHONIC ( 31 , 34 , 35 ) PRO LOGIC II ( 31 ) Indicateur ( Indicateur HEADPHONE ( 15 , 32 , 34 ) 9 Indicateur STEREO ( 19 , 20 ) ) Indicateur INPUT ATT ( atténuateur ) ( 16 ) 0 Indicateur AUTO MUTING ( 20 ) _ Indicateur de niveau de VOLUME ( 13 , 18 ) - Indicateur VIRTUAL SB ( Surround arrière ) ( 30 – 32 ) + Indicateurs SPEAKERS 1 / 2 ( 15 ) Panneau arrière 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 VIDEO AUDIO DIGITAL IN SUBWOOFER COMPULINK - 4 AV COMPONENT VIDEO VIDEO S - VIDEO OUT LEFT RIGHT SUBWOOFER CENTER ( SYNCHRO ) COMPULINK - DVD DVD IN IN ANTENNA FRONT DVD IN ( R ) DBS VC TV SOUND AM SURR IN DIGITAL 1 ( DVD ) DBS EXT IN AM RIGHT LEFT LOOP MONITOR OUT ( REC ) OUT DIGITAL 2 ( CD ) PB PR VCR Y IN 8 16 CAUTION : SPEAKER IMPEDANCE ( PLAY ) CAUTION : SPEAKER IMPEDANCE DIGITAL 3 ( TV ) 1 OR 2 : 8 16 FM 75 + + COAXIAL OUT 1 AND 2 : 16 32 ( REC ) DIGITAL 4 ( CDR ) TAPE SINGLE USE + + CDR See Instruction IN Manual For ( PLAY ) Connection – – – – PCM / DOLBY DIGITAL MONITOR / DTS OUT LEFT RIGHT LEFT LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT RIGHT DIGITAL OUT CD 1 2 CENTER IN FRONT SPEAKERS SURROUND BACK SPEAKERS SURROUND SPEAKERS SPEAKER p q w e r t 5 Prise SUBWOOFER OUT ( 7 ) Référez - vous aux pages entre parenthèses pour les détails . 6 Prises d’entrée / sortie COMPONENT VIDEO ( 10 , 11 ) 1 Prises DIGITAL IN ( 12 ) • Entrée : DVD IN , DBS ( VCR ) IN • Coaxiale : DIGITAL 1 ( DVD ) • Sortie : MONITOR OUT • Optiques : DIGITAL 2 ( CD ) , DIGITAL 3 ( TV ) , 7 Prises COMPULINK - 4 ( SYNCHRO ) ( 37 ) DIGITAL 4 ( CDR ) 8 Prises AV COMPULINK - III ( 38 ) 2 Prises d’entrée / sortie AUDIO ( 9 – 11 ) 9 Cordon d’alimentation secteur ( 12 ) • Entrée : DVD IN — FRONT , CENTER , SUBWOOFER , p Prise DIGITAL OUT ( 12 ) SURR , TV SOUND / DBS IN , VCR IN ( PLAY ) , q Prises SURROUND BACK SPEAKERS ( 7 ) TAPE / CDR IN ( PLAY ) , CD IN w Prises SURROUND SPEAKERS ( 7 ) • Sortie : VCR OUT ( REC ) , TAPE / CDR OUT ( REC ) e Prises CENTER SPEAKER ( 7 ) 3 Prises d’entrée / sortie S - VIDEO et composites VIDEO ( 10 , 11 ) r Prises FRONT SPEAKERS 1 ( 7 ) • Entrée : DVD IN , TV SOUND / DBS IN , VCR IN ( PLAY ) t Prises FRONT SPEAKERS 2 ( 7 ) • Sortie : VCR OUT ( REC ) , MONITOR OUT 4 Prises ANTENNA ( 6 ) 5 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] _FR_3 5 04.2.13 , 4 : 17 PM
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Pour commencer Cette section explique comment connecter les appareils audio / vidéo et les enceintes à l’ampli - tuner , et comment connecter l’appareil au secteur . Vérification des accessoires fournis Connexion des antennes FM et AM Vérifiez que tous les articles suivants sont bien fournis avec Connexion de l’antenne FM l’ampli - tuner . Le nombre entre parenthèses indique la quantité d’articles fournis . çais A B • Télécommande ( 1 ) 75 75 COAXIAL COAXIAL FM FM Fran • Piles ( 2 ) • Antenne cadre AM ( 1 ) Étendez l’antenne FM fournie • Antenne FM ( 1 ) horizontalement . Si quelque chose manquait , contacter le revendeur immédiatement . ANTENNA Antenne FM ( fournie ) Mise en place des piles dans la EAMXT AMOOP télécommande L Avant d’utiliser la télécommande , mettez en place les deux piles fournies . Câble d’antenne FM extérieure ( non fourni ) 1 2 3 FM 75 COAXIAL R6 ( SUM - 3 ) / AA ( 15F ) Connectez l’antenne FM fournie de façon temporaire à la prise FM 75 Ω COAXIAL — A Si la réception est mauvaise , connectez une antenne FM extérieure ( non fournie ) — B 1 . Déconnectez l’antenne FM fournie . 2 . Connectez un câble coaxial de 75 Ω ( avec un connecteur de type 1 . Appuyez sur le couvercle au dos de la standard ) . télécommande et faites - le glisser pour le retirer . Connexion de l’antenne AM 2 . Insérez les piles . • Respectez les polarités : ( + ) à ( + ) et ( – ) à ( – ) . Tournez le cadre jusqu’à l’obtention ANTENNA de la meilleure réception . 3 . Remettez le couvercle en place . EAMXT Si la télécommande ne peut pas transmettre les signaux ou ne AMOOP L commande pas correctement l’ampli - tuner , remplacez les piles . Utilisez deux piles sèches de type R6 ( SUM - 3 ) / AA ( 15F ) . Antenne cadre AM Remarques : ( fournie ) • Les piles fournies sont uniquement pour les réglages initiaux . Insérez les languettes du cadre dans les FM 75 Remplacez - les pour continuer à utiliser l’appareil . COAXIAL fentes de la base pour assembler l’antenne • Après le remplacement des piles , réglez à nouveau les codes des cadre AM . fabricants ( voir pages 42 à 44 ) . 2 1 3 ATTENTION : Suivez ces précautions pour éviter toute fuite ou fissuration des piles : • Placez les piles dans la télécommande de façon que la polarité soit respectée : ( + ) à ( + ) et ( – ) à ( – ) . • Utilisez le type de pile correct . Des piles qui paraissent similaires Fil extérieur recouvert de vinyle ( non fourni ) peuvent différer en tension . • Remplacez toujours les deux piles en même temps . Remarques : • N’exposez pas les piles à la chaleur ou à une flamme . • Si le fil de l’antenne cadre AM est recouvert de vinyle , retirez ce dernier en le tordant comme montré sur l’illustration ci - contre . • Assurez - vous que les conducteurs de l’antenne ne touchent aucune autre prise , cordon de connexion et cordon d’alimentation . Cela pourrait nuire à la réception . • Si la réception est mauvaise , connectez un fil extérieur recouvert de vinyle ( non fourni ) à la prise AM EXT . ( Laissez l’antenne cadre AM connectée . ) 6 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] _FR_3 6 04.2.13 , 4 : 17 PM
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Connexion des enceintes Connexion des enceintes 1 2 3 4 Vous pouvez connecter les enceintes suivantes : • Deux paires d’enceintes avant . • Une paire d’enceintes Surround . RIGHT RIGHT • Une enceinte Surround arrière ou une paire d’enceintes Surround RIGHT LEFT LEFT arrière . LEFT Français • Une enceinte centrale . • Un caisson de grave . 1 1 Pour les * * prises ATTENTION : + + FRONT + • Utilisez uniquement des enceintes dont l’impédance correspond à – SPEAKERS – – l’impédance ( SPEAKER IMPEDANCE ) indiquée sur les prises 2 LEFT LEFT RIGHT LEFT d’enceintes . RIGHT RIGHT – Quand vous n’utilisez qu’une seule prise , FRONT SPEAKERS 1 ou 2 , utilisez des enceintes d’une impédance de 8 Ω à 16 Ω . 1 . Torsadez et retirez l’isolant à l’extrémité de – Quand vous n’utilisez les deux prises , FRONT SPEAKERS 1 chaque câble d’enceinte ( non fourni ) . et 2 , utilisez des enceintes d’une impédance de 16 Ω à 32 Ω . • Ne connectez pas plus d’une enceinte à chaque prise d’enceinte . 2 . Ouvrez la prise d’enceinte . IMPORTANT : 3 . Insérez le câble de signal d’enceinte . Après avoir connecté les enceintes , réglez correctement 4 . Refermez la prise d’enceinte . l’informations des enceintes . Pour cela , vous pouvez utiliser le réglage rapide des enceintes ( voir page 21 ) . Pour chaque enceinte ( sauf pour le caisson de grave ) , connectez • Pour obtenir le meilleur effet Surorund / DSP possible , référez - vous les prises ( + ) et ( – ) du panneau arrière aux prises marquées ( + ) à “ Réglage des enceintes ” à la page 23 . et ( – ) sur les enceintes . 2 Enceintes avant 1 Enceintes avant 2 Enceintes Surround arrière Enceintes Surround * Droite / Gauche Droite / Gauche Droite / Gauche Droite / Gauche Enceinte centrale 8 16 CAUTION : SPEAKER IMPEDANCE CAUTION : SPEAKER IMPEDANCE 1 OR 2 : 8 16 + + 1 AND 2 : 16 32 SINGLE USE + + See Instruction Manual For Connection – – – – LEFT RIGHT LEFT LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT RIGHT 1 2 CENTER FRONT SPEAKERS SURROUND BACK SPEAKERS SURROUND SPEAKERS SPEAKER 2 Lors de l’utilisation d’une seule enceinte Surround arrière , * Connexion d’un caisson de grave connectez le cordon ª sur la prise RIGHT ª et le cordon · sur Vous pouvez améliorer les graves en connectant un caisson de grave . la prise LEFT · . Connectez la prise d’entrée d’un caisson de grave actif sur le 8 CAUTION : SPEAKER IMPEDANCE panneau arrière en utilisant un câble à fiches cinch ( non fourni ) . + À la prise RIGHT ª SINGLE USE SUBWOOFER OUT See Instruction Manual For Connection – LEFT RIGHT R À la prise LEFT · SURROUND BACK SPEAKERS SU Caisson de grave actif Enceinte Surround arrière 7 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] _FR_3 7 04.2.13 , 4 : 17 PM
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Disposition des enceintes Disposition des enceintes Enceintes avant ( L / R ) et enceinte centrale ( C ) La disposition des enceintes idéale varie en fonction des • Placez ces enceintes à la même hauteur à partir du sol , ou près du conditions de votre pièce d’écoute . Le schéma ci - dessous est un niveau des oreilles . exemple typique . • Disposez ces enceintes à l’avant de la zone de vue . Caisson de grave Enceintes Surround ( LS / RS ) et enceintes Surround arrière ( SB ) • Placez ces enceintes à une position comprise entre 60 cm et 90 cm Français au dessus des oreilles de l’auditeur . • Dirigez ces enceintes directement vers la zone d’écoute , mais pas sur les oreilles de l’auditeur . Caisson de grave Enceinte centrale Enceinte ( s ) avant Enceinte ( s ) avant • Vous pouvez le placer ou vous le souhaitez puisque les sons graves ( C ) gauche ( L ) droite ( R ) ne sont pas directionnels . Normalement , placez - le devant vous . C L R Caisson de grave Enceinte Enceinte Surround gauche Surround droite ( LS ) ( RS ) LS RS Enceintes Surround arrière ( SB ) ATTENTION : ( Left ) ( Right ) Ne placez pas l’enceinte centrale sur le téléviseur . Sinon , l’enceinte SB SB SB * centrale peut causer divers problèmes au téléviseur ( par exemple , des couleurs irrégulières ) . De plus , elle pourrait vous blesser en tombant du téléviseur . * Quand une enceinte Surround arrière est connectée . Remarque : Pour obtenir la position idéale des enceintes , il faut que toutes les enceintes soient placés à la même distance de l’auditeur . Cependant , puisqu’il est difficile dans certains endroits de remplir ces exigences , cet appareil peut être réglé de façon à retarder le son provenant de chaque enceinte de façon qu’il atteigne l’auditeur en même temps . ( Voir page 24 . ) 8 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] _FR_3 8 04.2.13 , 4 : 17 PM
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Platine cassette Connexion des appareils audio / vidéo Vous pouvez connecter une platine cassette ou un enregistreur de Lors de la connexion de composants individuels , référez - vous aussi CD aux prises TAPE / CDR . Pour la connexion d’un enregistreur de aux modes d’emploi qui les accompagnent . CD aux prises TAPE / CDR , référez - vous ci - dessous . Connexions analogiques Si vos appareils audio sont munis d’une prise de sortie audio Français numérique , les connecter en utilisant des cordons numériques comme expliqué dans la section “ Connexions numériques ” ( voir page 12 ) vous permettra d’obtenir un son de meilleure qualité . Platine cassette Connexion des appareils audio À l’entrée audio À la sortie audio Utilisez des câbles munis de fiches cinch ( non fournis ) . • Connectez la fiche blanche à la prise audio gauche et la fiche rouge à la prise audio droite . R OUT ( REC ) Si vos appareils audio possèdent une prise COMPU LINK TAPE L Référez - vous aussi à la page 37 pour plus d’informations sur la CDR L connexion et le système de commande à distance COMPU LINK . IN ( PLAY ) R ATTENTION : Si vous connectez un appareil d’amélioration du son tel qu’un égaliseur graphique entre l’appareil source et cet ampli - tuner , la sortie sonore à travers cet ampli - tuner risque d’être déformée . Enregistreur de CD Vous pouvez connecter un enregistreur de CD ou une platine Lecteur CD cassette aux prises TAPE / CDR . Pour la connexion d’une platine cassette aux prises TAPE / CDR , référez - vous ci - dessus . Enregistreur de CD Lecteur CD R À l’entrée audio À la sortie audio L CD IN À la sortie audio R OUT ( REC ) TAPE L CDR L IN ( PLAY ) R Remarque : Lors de la connexion d’un enregistreur de CD aux prises TAPE / CDR , changez le nom de la source sur “ CDR ” qui apparaîtra sur l’affichage quand la source est choisie . Référez - vous à la page 17 pour les détails . 9 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] _FR_3 9 04.2.13 , 4 : 17 PM
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Connexion des appareils vidéo Téléviseur et / ou tuner DBS Utilisez des câbles munis de fiches cinch ( non fournis ) . Connectez la fiche blanche à la prise audio gauche , la prise rouge à la fiche audio droite et la fiche jaune à prise vidéo . MONITOR • Si les appareils vidéo possèdent des prises S - vidéo ( séparation OUT B , PR ) , connectez - les en Y / C ) et / ou en composantes vidéo ( Y , P PB PR Y utilisant un câble S - vidéo ( non fourni ) et / ou un câble en ais R composantes vidéo ( non fourni ) . En utilisant ces prises , vous TV SOUND FrançDBS pouvez obtenir une meilleure qualité vidéo dans l’ordre suivant : A IN L Composantes vidéo > S - vidéo > Vidéo composite TV • Si vos appareils vidéo possèdent une prise de sortie audio Lors de la connexion MONITOR numérique , connectez - les en utilisant des cordons numériques OUT du téléviseur aux comme expliqué dans la section “ Connexions numériques ” ( voir prises AUDIO ( TV page 12 ) . En utilisant cette prise , vous pouvez obtenir un son de SOUND / DBS IN ) , meilleure qualité . NE CONNECTEZ PAS la sortie vidéo Si votre appareil vidéo est muni d’une prise AV COMPULINK du téléviseur à ces B Référez - vous aussi à la page 38 pour des informations détaillées sur la prises d’entrée vidéo . connexion et le système de commande à distance AV COMPU LINK . C D IMPORTANT : Cet ampli - tuner est muni des prises vidéo suivantes — vidéo Connectez le téléviseur aux prises MONITOR OUT appropriées composite , S - vidéo et vidéo en composantes . Vous pouvez les utiliser permettant de voir l’image de lecture de n’importe quel autre sans distinction pour connecter un appareil vidéo . appareil vidéo connecté . Cependant , notez que les signaux vidéo d’un type de prises d’entrée ne sont sortis que par le même type de prises de sortie . Å À la sortie audio Par conséquent , si un appareil d’enregistrement vidéo et un appareil ı À l’entrée vidéo en composantes de lecture vidéo sont connectés à l’ampli - tuner par des prises vidéo de type différent , vous ne pouvez pas enregistrer l’image de l’appareil Ç À l’entrée S - vidéo de lecture sur l’appareil d’enregistrement . De plus , si le téléviseur et Î À l’entrée vidéo composite l’appareil de lecture vidéo sont connectés à l’ampli - tuner par des prises vidéo de type différent , vous ne pouvez pas voir l’image de lecture de l’appareil de lecture vidéo sur le téléviseur . Magnétoscope Å À l’entrée audio ( R ) DBS VC IN ı À la sortie audio Ç À la sortie S - vidéo R Î À la sortie vidéo composite TV SOUND A ‰ À l’entrée S - vidéo DBS IN L Ï À l’entrée vidéo composite Ì À la sortie vidéo en composantes DBS Tuner DBS G D C E F A B Magnétoscope D B C Å À la sortie audio ı À la sortie vidéo en composantes Ç À la sortie S - vidéo ( R ) DBS VC Î À la sortie vidéo composite IN Remarques : R • Lors de la connexion d’un tuner DBS aux prises TV SOUND / DBS OUT ( REC ) IN , changez le nom de la source sur “ DBS ” , qui apparaîtra sur L VCR l’affichage lors de la sélection de la source . Sinon , vous ne pourrez R IN pas voir l’image du tuner DBS . Référez - vous à la page 17 pour les ( PLAY ) détails . L • Lors de la connexion d’un tuner DBS à une des prises d’entrée en Remarques : composantes , réglez correctement l’entrée en composantes vidéo ( VIDEO IN DBS ) pour AV COMPU LINK . Référez - vous à la page • Lors de la connexion d’un magnétoscope aux prises d’entrée vidéo en composantes , réglez l’entrée vidéo en composantes ( VIDEO IN 26 pour les détails . VCR ) correctement pour AV COMPU LINK . Référez - vous à la page • Lorsque vous réglez correctement l’entrée vidéo en composantes 26 pour les détails . pour un tuner DBS ( VIDEO IN DBS ) , le réglage d’entrée vidéo en • Lorsque vous réglez correctement l’entrée vidéo en composantes composantes pour un magnétoscope ( VIDEO IN VCR ) n’est pas pour un magnétoscope ( VIDEO IN VCR ) , le réglage d’entrée vidéo disponible . en composantes pour un tuner DBS ( VIDEO IN DBS ) n’est pas disponible . 10 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] _FR_3 10 04.2.13 , 4 : 17 PM
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Lecteur de DVD Pour profiter des supports Dolby Digital et DTS multicanaux ( y • Lors de la connexion d’un lecteur DVD muni de prises de compris les supports Dual Mono ) , connectez le lecteur de DVD par sortie analogique distinctes ( reproduction 5,1 canaux ) : les prises numériques ou analogiques distinctes ( DVD MULTI ) . Cette connexion est la meilleure pour profiter pleinement du son • Lors de la connexion d’un lecteur DVD muni des prises de des DVD Audio . rançais sortie stéréo : • Quand un disque DVD Audio est reproduit , les sons originaux de grande qualité peuvent être reproduits uniquement avec cette connexion . COMPONENT VIDEO DVD F IN COMPONENT VIDEO DVD IN VIDEO AUDIO VIDEO S - VIDEO RIGHT LEFT SUBWOOFER CENTER DVD IN FRONT DVDN I SURR R L LEFT RIGHT VIDEO AUDIO VIDEO S - VIDEO RIGHT LEFT SUBWOOFER CENTER DVD Lecteur de DVD IN FRONT DVDN I SURR DVD R L LEFT RIGHT A R L B C D Å À la sortie vidéo en composantes ı À la sortie S - vidéo Lecteur de DVD Ç À la sortie vidéo composite DVD Î À la sortie audio du canal avant gauche / droit ( ou à la sortie audio mixée , si nécessaire ) A B Remarque : C Lors de la connexion d’un lecteur de DVD aux prises d’entrée vidéo en composantes , réglez correctement l’entrée vidéo en composantes D ( VIDEO IN DVD ) pour AV COMPU LINK . Référez - vous à la page 26 E F G pour les détails . Å À la sortie vidéo en composantes ı À la sortie du caisson de grave Ç À la sortie audio du canal central Î À la sortie S - vidéo ‰ À la sortie vidéo composite Ï À la sortie audio du canal avant gauche / droit Ì À la sortie audio du canal Surround gauche / droit Remarque : Lors de la connexion d’un lecteur de DVD aux prises d’entrée vidéo en composantes , régler correctement l’entrée en composantes vidéo ( VIDEO IN DVD ) pour AV COMPU LINK . Référez - vous à la page 26 pour les détails . 11 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] _FR_3 11 04.2.13 , 4 : 17 PM
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Prise de sortie numérique Connexions numériques Cet ampli - tuner est muni de quatre prises DIGITAL IN — une prise Vous pouvez connecter n’importe quel appareil numérique muni coaxiale numérique et trois prises optiques numériques — et d’une d’une prise d’entrée numérique optique . prise DIGITAL OUT ( optique ) sur le panneau arrière . Câble optique numérique ( non fourni ) entre les prises numériques optiques IMPORTANT : • Lors de la connexion d’un lecteur de DVD , d’un magnétoscope , d’un Français tuner de télévision numérique ou d’un tuner DBS en utilisant les prises numériques , vous devez aussi connecter la prise vidéo à l’arrière de l’ampli - tuner . Sans cette connexion , vous ne pouvez pas voir l’image de lecture . Quand l’appareil d’enregistrement • Après avoir connecté les appareils vidéo en utilisant les prises numérique , tel qu’un enregistreur de DIGITAL IN , effectuez , si nécessaire , les réglages suivants . CD possède une prise d’entrée – Réglez la prise d’entrée numérique ( DIGITAL IN ) correctement . optique numérique , la connecter à la Pour les détails , référez - vous à “ Réglage des prises d’entrée PCM / DOLBY DIGITAL numériques ” aux pages 25 et 26 . prise DIGITAL OUT permet / DTS – Choisissez le mode d’entrée numérique correctement . Pour les d’effectuer un enregistrement détails , référez - vous à “ Sélection du mode d’entrée analogique ou DIGITAL OUT numérique - numérique . numérique ” à la page 15 . Prises d’entrée numériques Remarque : Vous pouvez connecter n’importe quel appareil numérique Le format du signal numérique sorti par la prise DIGITAL OUT est le possédant une prise de sortie numérique coaxiale ou optique . même que celui du signal d’entrée . Cela signifie que quand des Câble coaxial numérique ( non fourni ) signaux DTS sont entrés , les mêmes signaux DTS sont sortis . entre les prises numériques coaxiales Câble optique numérique ( non fourni ) Connexion du cordon d’alimentation secteur entre les prises numériques optiques Avant de brancher l’ampli - tuner sur une prise d’alimentation secteur , assurez - vous que toutes les connexions ont été faites . DIGITAL IN Quand l’appareil a une prise de sortie Branchez le cordon d’alimentation sur numérique coaxiale , connectez - la à la une prise secteur murale . prise DIGITAL 1 ( DVD ) , en utilisant un câble numérique coaxial ( non fourni ) . Tenez le cordon d’alimentation à l’écart DIGITAL 1 ( DVD ) des câbles de connexion et d’antenne . Le cordon d’alimentation risquerait de causer des bruits ou des Quand l’appareil a une prise de sortie interférences sur l’écran . numérique optique , connectez - la à la DIGITAL 2 ( CD ) prise DIGITAL 2 ( CD ) , DIGITAL 3 ( TV ) Remarque : ou DIGITAL 4 ( CDR ) en utilisant un câble numérique optique ( non fourni ) . Les réglages préréglés tels que les canaux préréglés et les DIGITAL 3 ( TV ) ajustements sonores peuvent être effacés au bout de quelques jours Avant de connecter un câble dans les cas suivants : numérique optique , enlevez – Quand le cordon d’alimentation est débranché . DIGITAL 4 ( CDR ) le capuchon – Quand une coupure de courant se produit . protecteur . ATTENTIONS : • Ne touchez pas le cordon d’alimentation avec les mains mouillées . • Ne tirez pas sur le cordon d’alimentation pour débrancher la fiche . Remarques : Saisissez toujours directement la fiche de façon à ne pas • À l’expédition de l’usine , les prises DIGITAL IN ont été réglées pour endommager le cordon . être utilisées avec les appareils suivants : – DIGITAL 1 ( coaxial ) : Pour le lecteur de DVD – DIGITAL 2 ( optique ) : Pour le lecteur CD – DIGITAL 3 ( optique ) : Pour le tuner de télévision numérique – DIGITAL 4 ( optique ) : Pour l’enregistreur de CD • Si vous souhaitez commander le lecteur CD ou l’enregistreur de CD en utilisant le système de commande à distance COMPU LINK ( voir page 37 ) , connectez aussi l’appareil en question comme décrit dans “ Connexions analogiques ” ( voir page 9 ) . • Si vous souhaitez commander le lecteur DVD , le magnétoscope et / ou le téléviseur en utilisant le système de commande à distance AV COMPU LINK ( voir page 38 ) , connectez - les aussi comme décrit dans “ Connexions analogiques ” ( voir pages 10 et 11 ) . 12 01 - 12_7040 [ C ] _FR_3 12 04.2.13 , 4 : 17 PM
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