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SATELLITE RADIO ROAD TEST: XM vs. SIRIUS

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JULY/AUGUST 2002

www.soundandvisionmag.com AOL Keyword: Sound & Vision
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BY RICH WARREN

Athena
Point 5 Home Theater Speaker System
satellites come with cherry woodgrain vinyl or high-gloss black cabinets, black or silver bafes, and gray cloth grilles. The subwoofer has front-mounted controls and is nished in basic black vinyl with knit cloth side panels. All six speakers have large, sturdy binding posts that are set too far apart for dual banana plugs. The S.5 enclosures have an unusually large, deep port in back that extends almost all the way inside to the tweeter. Below that is a large slotted bulge that accepts a supplied wall-mounting bracket that lets you aim the speaker either horizontally or vertically; the bulge keeps the port away from the wall. Athena also offers ST.5 stands ($89 a pair), waist-high hollow tubes that ideally should be lled with sand. They have massive bases and small mounting plates on top; screws hold the speakers onto the plates. The subwoofer has a couple of unusual switches. The rst is a mode switch that selects between S.5 and SUB. Select the S.5 position, and the sub automatically sets the

PHOTOS BY TONY CORDOZA

reek mythology holds that Athena, goddess of wisdom, sprang fully formed from the head of Zeus, king of the gods. In this case, Athena Technologies, maker of this Point 5 system, leapt fully developed from Audio Products International, the parent of notable speaker brands Energy and Mirage. Except for size, the Point 5 resembles a conventional subwoofer/satellite system. Where the satellites in most such systems are about the width and height of a paperback epic, the magnetically shielded S.5 satellites are closer to the size of a hardbound novel, and the full-size C.5 center speaker might not even t atop a small TV. On the other hand, the P.5 powered subwoofer is slightly smaller than the norm, and Athena suggests placing it at least a few inches away from walls since it has a down-ring driver (little feet keep it off the oor) and a front-ring port. When you buy the Point 5 system, you have a couple of nish options. The S.5

fast facts

S.5 C.5 P.5

(L/R satellites)

TWEETER MIDRANGE WOOFER ENCLOSURE POWER INPUTS
(center) 1-inch dome two 4-inch cones ported gold-plated binding posts 15 x 558 x 614 inches 912 pounds high-gloss black with silver or black bafe; dark gray cloth grille
(subwoofer) 8-inch cone ported 75 watts speaker-level binding posts, line-level RCA 10 x 1314 x 1312 inches 15 pounds black vinyl, black cloth side panels
1-inch dome 4-inch cone ported gold-plated binding posts 534 x 812 x 614 inches 6 pounds high-gloss black with silver or black bafe or cherry with black bafe; dark gray cloth grille $175 a pair

DIMENSIONS

(WxHxD)

WEIGHT FINISH

$175 each

$275 each

Total: $800
MANUFACTURER Athena Technologies, Dept. S&V, 3642 McNicoll Ave., Toronto, Ontario M1X 1G5; www.athenaspeakers.com; 416-321-1800
last three pages. Only in the diagrams will you nd the recommended Dolby Digital bass-management settings, and it would be easy to overlook them, as I did initially. But it would be a great mistake because unlike many other sub/sat systems, the Point 5 is designed to give best results when you set all the main-channel speakers to large. The manual does not suggest where to set the crossover frequency for the subwoofer/LFE output, so I consulted an Athena product manager, The Athena speakers realistically conveyed the subtle who suggested 120 Hz. I set up the Point 5 syssound effects and dialogue in The Contender. tem in my 10 x 12-foot home theater, with the front S.5 satellites optimal crossover and a preset equalization on stands about 6 inches to either side of curve for the Point 5 system, bypassing the my 42-inch Toshiba widescreen TV, the Bass Range control. The Bass Level conC.5 center perched on top of the set, and trol remains functional. The SUB position the S.5 surrounds on small wall shelves is for use with other satellite speakers. The just above and behind the listening posisecond switch lets you select Audio or Vidtion. I placed the P.5 subwoofer about 5 eo playback. Audio is said to provide a at inches from a side wall and a couple of frequency response for music playback; feet in front of the rear wall of the room. the Video position boosts the bass for movPlacing it closer to the side wall made it ie soundtracks. You can connect the P.5 ustoo boomy. I powered the satellites with ing either a line-level signal from your remy Denon AVR-2802 receiver, which also ceiver or processors subwoofer/LFE (lowperformed the Dolby Digital decoding. frequency-effects) output or speaker-level I started my listening session with the signals from the left/right front-channel DVD of The Contender (DreamWorks), outputs. I chose the former hookup. Rod Luries gripping lm about WashingAthenas 31-page manual devotes three ton politics with a stellar performance by pages of text to each of a multitude of lanJoan Allen. It opens with the song Ring of guages, leaving the setup diagrams for the Fire, performed by Jeff Bridges and Kim Carnes over a throbbing bass line. Its rendition by the Point 5 system was hot. Then a car goes barreling off a high bridge into a deep river, and the system made one heck of a splash I almost ran for my Gortex slicker. Later on, the presidential helicopter seemed to be lifting my home theater off its foundations. A well-miked helicopter stresses a speaker from the very low bass (the thump, thump, thump of the rotors and pulse of the engine) to the highfrequency scream of the jet turbine and the whirring of the blades. The Point 5 brought me closer to a ight on Marine One than Ill probably experience in real life. Clinks of glasses at cocktail parties and slamming car doors testified to the systems deftness with brief, sudden sounds, while the scrape of a pen on paper and the rustling of clothes showed how well it conveyed ongoing sonic details. A particularly telling scene nds Allens character venting steam by shooting hoops, and the reverberant empty court, the hollow thunk of the dribble, and the sound of the ball hitting the rim all rang true. The basketball court had depth as well as length and width. Voices sounded lifelike in the movies extensive dialogue. Reproduced by modestly priced home theater speaker systems, transient sounds often seem brittle because the high frequencies are overemphasized or dull and mufed because the highs are rolled off. Another problem thats more difficult to quantify but easily discernible is the dimensionality of the sound whether it all seems to stop at the plane of the speakers or blossoms into a three-dimensional image. Although the Athena system did exhibit a slight rise in the high frequencies, it didnt unpleasantly exaggerate transients, and it certainly placed sounds in three-dimensional space. Since The Contender lacked the ka-pow factor, I spun the DVD of Wrongfully Accused (Warner), one of Pat Profts goofy, inane farces featuring Leslie Nielsen of Naked Gun fame. This movie takes on and puts down a whole library of lms, from The Fugitive to North by Northwest, with TVs ER thrown in for good measure. So the soundtrack includes a roaring, rumbling diesel locomotive, a propeller airplane, gunshots, explosions, and even a hydroelectric dam. It almost seemed that the Point 5 speakers relished reproducing this bombastic buffet. They did equally well with straight music, from the subtle to the grandiose. However, even with the sub switched to its Audio mode, I had to turn down the bass level another notch or so. I chose CDs by three artists Ive heard live. First I spun This Road Tonight (Roheen), the recent release by Kitty Donohoe, a Celtic-avored singer-songwriter from Michigan. In addition to guitar, ddle bass, percussion, and vocals, the mix includes pennywhistle, mandolin, and bodhran (a simple Irish drum). The Point 5 system separated each instrument clearly, without overemphasizing any one of them, while Donohoes clean, natural-timbre voice soared over the complex production. Pop-folk duo Dave Carter and Tracy Grammer, who recently toured with Joan

HIGH POINTS

Impressive depth of sound. Good tonal balance. Wide dynamic range. Excellent transients.

LOW P OI NTS

Subwoofer is placement sensitive (can be boomy). Larger than most sub/sat systems.
Baez, released Drum Hat Buddha (Signature Sounds) last year. It percolates with production. Although Ive listened to it a hundred times, on the Athena system I heard threads of instruments that Id missed previously, especially in Grammers mandolin and tambourine parts. Finally, I listened to Dmitry Papernos interpretation of Beethovens Piano Sonata No. 7, in D Major (Cedille). Paperno played a Steinway that Ive heard in person hun-
dreds of times. The Point 5 speakers truly made it seem as if that very instrument was playing in my room, particularly in how they reproduced the transients from the hammers striking the strings. I especially enjoyed the sound in the Denon receivers 5-Ch Stereo mode (front L/R signals duped for the surrounds and mixed for the center). It should be easy to find fault with a $800 home theater speaker system, but the Athena Technologies Point 5 made it hard. Perhaps if it had remained in my home a few months, I could nd more aws than that the subwoofer is exceptionally placement-sensitive, tending toward boominess, and that the instruction manual needs a clearer layout. In my grade-school play, I was Zeus, and my big line was, And the gods rejoice. The line seems appropriate for a speaker system from a company named after Zeuss most illustrious offspring. The Athena Point 5 delivers Olympian sound at a very mortal price. S&V

in the lab

Frequency response (at 2 meters) front left/right.99 Hz to 16.9 kHz 4.6 dB center.94 Hz to 18.6 kHz 4.3dB surround..99 Hz to 16.7 kHz 4.3 dB subwoofer..35 Hz to 100 Hz 2.7 dB Sensitivity (SPL at 1 meter with 2.8 volts of pink-noise input) front left/right/surround..91 dB center...91 dB Impedance (minimum/nominal) front left/right/surround..3.7/10 ohms center...6.5/10 ohms Bass limits (lowest frequency and maximum SPL with limit of 10% distortion at 2 meters in a large room) front left/right/surround.62 Hz at 69 dB SPL center..50 Hz at 72 dB SPL subwoofer..25 Hz at 82 dB SPL 96 dB average SPL from 25 to 62 Hz 102.4 dB maximum SPL at 62 Hz All of the response curves in the graph are weighted to reect how sound arrives at a listeners ears with normal speaker placement. The front left/right curve reects response of the S.5 satellite averaged over a 30 window, with double weight at 30, the most typical listening angle. The surround-channel curve shows the response of the same speaker averaged over a 60 window, with double weight at 60 because most of the sound reaching the listener will have been reected from room surfaces. The center-channel curve averages the response of the C.5 speaker over 45, with double weight directly on-axis. Both the S.5 and C.5 had extremely at response below 1 kHz, with output rising signicantly above that frequency. The off-axis notching of the horizontally arrayed C.5 can be seen in the graph at 1.8 kHz, but our averaging technique tends to understate the effect for off-axis listeners. Bass limits for the P.5 subwoofer were measured with it set to maximum bandwidth and placed in the optimal corner of a 7,500cubic-foot room. In a smaller room users can expect 2 to 3 Hz deeper extension and up to 3 dB higher sound-pressure level (SPL). The graph reects its performance when the frontpanel switches were set to the S.5 and Audio positions. In this mode, the low-pass lters turnover frequency was 100 Hz. With the SUB setting of the mode switch, the crossover control became active, and I measured a 115Hz turnover frequency at a marked 150 Hz, 80 Hz at the midpoint of the controls rotation, and 55 Hz at a marked 50 Hz. Flipping the Audio/Video switch to Video increased output at 50 Hz by about 5 dB while sharply attenuating response below 45 Hz by about 10 dB. Tom Nousaine

front left/right center surround subwoofer

decibels

Athena Point 5 Home Theater Speaker System by Rich Warren, Sound & Vision, July/August 2002. 2002 Hachette Filipacchi Media US, Inc. Originally published in the July/August 2002 issue of Sound & Vision Magazine. Reprinted with permission.

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DENON AVR control protocol

Ver. 6.2.0

Application model : AVR-2809/AVR-989/AVC-2809 Revision: 6.2.0 Application terminal: RS-232C

Connector specification

. RS-232C Connector type: DB-9pin female type, slave straight connection (DCE type) ( 1pin : GND , 2pin : TxD , 3pin : RxD , 5pin : Common(GND) , 4,6,7,8,9pin : NC ) Communication format: Synchronous system : Asynchronous Communication system : A half duplex Communication speed : 9600bps Character length : 8 bits Parity control : None Start bit : 1 bit Stop bit : 1 bit Communication procedure : Non procedural Communication data length : 135 bytes (maximum)
Protocol specification The following three data forms are defined. COMMAND : The message sent to a system(AVR) from a controller(Touch Panel etc.) A command to a system is given from a controller. EVENT : The message sent to a controller (Touch Panel etc.) from a system (AVR) The result is sent, when a system is operated directly and a state changes. *The form of EVENT presupposes that it is the same as that of COMMAND. **Refer to the following table for the contents of COMMAND and EVENT. RESPONSE : The message sent to a controller (Touch Panel etc.) from a system (AVR) if the request command (COMMAND+?+CR(0x0D)) has came from a controller. The RESPONSE should be sent within 200ms of receiving the COMMAND. *The form of RESPONSE presupposes that it is the same as that of EVENT.
Basic specification: The command by ASCII CODE, parameter expression
*ASCII CODE which can be used is from 0x20 to 0x7F: the alphabet and the number of 0-9, and space (0x20), some signs, AND carriage return (0x0D) --- It is used only as a pause sign.
Command structure: COMMAND + PARAMETER + CR (0x0D)
COMMAND: ASCII CODE of 2 characters Ex. SI : Select Input source MS : surround Mode Setting MV : Master Volume setting PW : system Power setting PARAMETER : ASCII CODE ( up to 25 characters) ex. DVD : function name SUPER STADIUM : surround mode name *Special Parameter--- ? : for request command

The example of a command

* <CR> is the meaning of 0x0D. SIDVD<CR> : Select Input source DVD MSSTEREO<CR> : surround Mode Set to STEREO MVUP<CR> : Master Volume UP PWON<CR> : system PoWer ON PWSTANDBY<CR> : system PoWer STANDBY SI?<CR> : Request command for now playing input source >> Return RESPONSE SI***<CR>

Others

A) COMMAND is receivable also during transmission of EVENT. B) Since CHANNEL VOLUME changes simultaneously when the SURROUND MODE changes, the value of the channel volume of all channels returns as EVENT. C) CHANNEL VOLUME returns the data of ALL channels by the present SURROUND MODE also including an intact channel. In this case, the data of an intact channel is set to "50". D) Since SURROUND MODE changes simultaneously when the INPUT source changes, the SURROUND MODE (and also the value of the channel volume of all channels , It described in B) ) returns as EVENT. E) When SURROUND MODE is the same in between INPUT source change before and after, EVENT of SURROUND MODE and CHANNEL VOLUME does NOT return. F) Although EVENT of SURROUND MODE returns when the present SURROUND MODE is set up again, CHANNEL VOLUME does NOT return. G) When SURROUND MODE is changed, before returning SURROUND MODE after change as EVENT, the present SURROUND MODE is returned. H) The RESPONSE should be sent as opposed to the request command by all the commands with which an EVENT exists , not need to the another request commands(ex. SV command). I) The PARAMETER (with COMMAND and RESPONSE, EVENT) of minimum level of MASTER VOLUME defines 99. J) If the MASTER VOLUME & CHANNEL VOLUME set with 0.5dB step, the PARAMETER (with COMMAND and RESPONSE, EVENT) defines three ASCII characters as bellows. Ex. MASTER VOLUME = +1.0dB : MV81<CR> +0.5dB : MV805<CR> 0dB : MV80<CR> -0.5dB : MV795<CR> -1.0dB : MV79<CR> | | -79.5dB : MV005<CR> -80.0dB : MV00<CR> --: MV99<CR> * At the **.0dB step, only uses two ASCII characters as PARAMETER, same as usual. K) 1 seconds later, please transmit the next COMMAND after transmitting a power on COMMANDPWON.

COMMAND and PARAMETER list
PARAMETER function example ON PWON<CR> POWER ON/STANDBY change STANDBY PWSTANDBY<CR> ? PW?<CR> Return PW Status MV UP MVUP<CR> MASTER VOLUME UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB DOWN MVDOWN<CR> ** MV80<CR> **:00 to 99 by ASCII , 80=0dB, 99=---(MIN) ? MV?<CR> Return MV Status CV FL UP CVFL UP<CR> CHANNEL VOLUME UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB FL DOWN CVFL DOWN<CR> ---FRONT Lch FL ** CVFL 50<CR> **:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB FR UP CVFR UP<CR> FR DOWN CVFR DOWN<CR> ---FRONT Rch FR ** CVFR 50<CR> **:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB C UP CVC UP<CR> C DOWN CVC DOWN<CR> ---CENTERch C ** CVC 50<CR> **:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB SW UP CVSW UP<CR> SW DOWN CVSW DOWN<CR> ---SUBWOOFERch SW ** CVSW 50<CR> **:00,38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB,00=OFF SL UP CVSL UP<CR> SL DOWN CVSL DOWN<CR> ---SURROUND Lch SL ** CVSL 50<CR> **:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB SR UP CVSR UP<CR> SR DOWN CVSR DOWN<CR> ---SURROUND Rch SR ** CVSR 50<CR> **:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB SBL UP CVSBL UP<CR> ---SURROUND BACK Lch (SBch 2SP) SBL DOWN CVSBL DOWN<CR> SBL ** CVSBL 50<CR> **:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB SBR UP CVSBR UP<CR> ---SURROUND BACK Rch (SBch 2SP) SBR DOWN CVSBR DOWN<CR> SBR ** CVSBR 50<CR> **:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB MV, CV COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two or three ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section) PW -5COMMAND
PARAMETER function SB UP ---SURROUND BACK ch (SB ch 1SP) SB DOWN SB ** **:00 to 99 by ASCII , 50=0dB ? Return CV Status MU ON OUTPUT MUTE ON/OFF change OFF ? Return MU Status SI PHONO Select INPUT source CD TUNER DVD HDP TV/CBL SAT VCR DVR V.AUX XM (North America model Only) SIRIUS (North America model Only) IPOD ? Return SI Status ZM ON MAIN-ZONE ON/OFF change OFF ? Return ZM Status SR PHONO REC SELECT mode set , and select source | ---The name of PARAMETER is IPOD the same as that of the time of SI COMMAND. SOURCE REC SELECT mode cancel ? Return SR Status CV COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section) CV

COMMAND

example CVSB UP<CR> CVSB DOWN<CR> CVSB 50<CR> CV?<CR> MUON<CR> MUOFF<CR> MU?<CR> SIPHONO<CR> SICD<CR> SITUNER<CR> SIDVD<CR> SIHDP<CR> SITV/CBL<CR> SISAT<CR> SIVCR<CR> SIDVR<CR> SIV.AUX<CR> SIXM<CR> SISIRIUS<CR> SIIPOD<CR> SI?<CR> ZMON<CR> ZMOFF<CR> ZM?<CR> SRPHONO<CR> | SRIPOD<CR> SRSOURCE<CR> SR?<CR>

COMMAND SD

PARAMETER AUTO HDMI DIGITAL ANALOG EXT.IN-1 ? AUTO PCM DTS ? DVD HDP TV/CBL SAT VCR DVR V.AUX SOURCE ? DIRECT PURE DIRECT STEREO STANDARD DOLBY DIGITAL DTS SUROUND NEURAL WIDE SCREEN 7CH STEREO SUPER STADIUM ROCK ARENA JAZZ CLUB
function set AUTO mode (Priority :HDMI>>DIGITAL>>ANALOG) set force HDMI INPUT mode set force DIGITAL INPUT (Optical ,Coaxial)mode set force ANALOG INPUT mode Set EXT.IN mode Return SD Status set DIGITAL INPUT AUTO mode set DIGITAL INPUT force PCM mode set DIGITAL INPUT force DTS mode Return DC Status VIDEO SELECT mode set , and select source
VIDEO SELECT mode cancel Return SV Status Select SURROUND mode
---North America Model Only
example SDAUTO<CR> SDHDMI<CR> SDDIGITAL<CR> SDANALOG<CR> SDEXT.IN-1<CR> SD?<CR> DCAUTO<CR> DCPCM<CR> DCDTS<CR> DC? SVDVD<CR> SVVDP<CR> SVTV/CBL<CR> SVSAT<CR> SVVCR<CR> SVDVR<CR> SVV.AUX<CR> SVSOURCE<CR> SV?<CR> MSDIRECT<CR> MSPURE DIRECT<CR> MSSTEREO<CR> MSSTANDARD<CR> MSDOLBY DIGITAL<CR> MSDTS SURROUND<CR> MSNEURAL<CR> MSWIDE SCREEN MS7CH STEREO<CR> MSSUPER STADIUM<CR> MSROCK ARENA<CR> MSJAZZ CLUB<CR>

COMMAND MS

PARAMETER CLASSIC CONCERT MONO MOVIE MATRIX VIDEO GAME VIRTUAL ? QUICK1 QUICK2 QUICK3 QUICK1 MEMORY QUICK2 MEMORY QUICK3 MEMORY QUICK ? ASPNRM ASPFUL ASP? SC48P SC10I SC72P SC10P SC AUTO SC?

function

Return MS Status QUICK SELECT 1-3 MODE SELECT QUICK SELECT 1-3 MODE MEMORY Return MSQUICK Status Set Normal mode Set FULL mode Return VSASPECT Status Set Resolution to 480p/576p Set Resolution to 1080i Set Resolution to 720p Set Resolution to 1080p Set Resolution to AUTO Return VSSC Status
example MSCLASSIC CONCERT<CR> MSMONO MOVIE<CR> MSMATRIX<CR> MSVIDEO GAME<CR> MSVIRTUAL<CR> MS?<CR> MSQUICK1<CR> MSQUICK2<CR> MSQUICK3<CR> MSQUICK1 MEMORY<CR> MSQUICK2 MEMORY<CR> MSQUICK3 MEMORY<CR> MSQUICK ?<CR> VSASPNRM<CR> VSASPFUL<CR> VSASP?<CR> VSSC48P<CR> VSSC10I<CR> VSSC72P<CR> VSSC10P<CR> VSSCAUTO<CR> VSSC?<CR>

COMMAND PS

PARAMETER TONE DEFEAT ON TONE DEFEAT OFF TONE DEFEAT ? SB:MTRX ON SB:PL2xCINEMA SB:PL2xMUSIC SB:ON SB:OFF SB: ? CINEMA EQ.ON CINEMA EQ.OFF CINEMA EQ. ? MODE:MUSIC MODE:CINEMA MODE:GAME MODE:PRO LOGIC MODE: ? ROOM EQ:AUDYSSEY ROOM EQ:BYP.LR ROOM EQ:FLAT ROOM EQ:MANUAL ROOM EQ:OFF ROOM EQ ? DYN ON DYN OFF DYN VOL DYN ? DYNSET NGT DYNSET EVE DYNSET DAY DYNSET ?
example PSTONE DEFEAT ON<CR> PSTONE DEFEAT OFF<CR> PSTONE DEFEAT ?<CR> PSSB:MTRX ON<CR> PSSB:PL2X CINEMA<CR> PSSB:PL2X MUSIC<CR> PSSB:ON<CR> PSSB:OFF<CR> PSSB: ?<CR> Return PSSB: Status PSCINEMA EQ.ON<CR> CINEMA EQ. ON/OFF PSCINEMA EQ.OFF<CR> PSCINEMA EQ. ?<CR> Return PSCINEMA EQ.Status PSMODE:MUSIC<CR> CINEMA / MUSIC / GAME / PL mode change (This parameter can change DOLBY PL2,PL2x,NEO:6 mode.) PSMODE:CINEMA<CR> PSMODE:GAME<CR> ---SB=ONPL2x mode / SB=OFFPL2 mode PSMODE:PRO LOGIC<CR> --- GAME can change DOLBY PL2 & PL2x mode --- PL can change ONLY DOLBY PL2 mode PSMODE: ?<CR> Return PSMODE: Status PSROOM EQ:AUDYSSEY<CR> MultEQ XT mode direct change PSROOM EQ:BYP.LR<CR> PSROOM EQ:FLAT<CR> PSROOM EQ:MANUAL<CR> PSROOM EQ:OFF<CR> PSROOM EQ: ?<CR> Return PSROOM EQ: Status PSDYN ON<CR> DYNAMIC EQ=ON DYNAMIC VOL=OFF PSDYN OFF<CR> DYNAMIC EQ=OFF DYNAMIC VOL=OFF PSDYN VOL<CR> DYNAMIC EQ=ON DYNAMIC VOL=ON PSDYN ?<CR> Return PSDYN: Status PSDYNSET NGT<CR> Dynamic Vol. Setting = Midnight PSDYNSET EVE<CR> Dynamic Vol. Setting = Evening PSDYNSET DAY<CR> Dynamic Vol. Setting = Day PSDYNSET ?<CR> Return PSDYNSET Status -9-
function PARAMETER setting TONE DEFEAT ON/OFF Return PSTONE DEFEAT Status SURROUND BACK SP MODE set
Return PSDCO Status LFE UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB **:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0dB, 10=-10dB ---AVR-2809 can be operated from 0 to -10 Return PSLFE Status EFFECT ON/OFF , EFFECT LEVEL direct change to **dB **:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0dB, 10=10dB ---AVR-2809 can be operated from 1 to 15 Return PSEFF Status DELAY UP/DOWN , direct change to ***dB ***:000 to 999 by ASCII , 000=0ms, 300=300ms ---AVR-2809 can be operated from 0 to 300 0-60ms:3ms/Step Over 60ms:10ms/Step DEL ? Return PSDEL Status PS COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two or three ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section) - 10 -
PARAMETER BAS UP BAS DOWN BAS ** BAS ? TRE UP TRE DOWN TRE ** TRE ? DRC AUTO DRC LOW DRC MID DRC HI DRC OFF DRC ? DCO OFF DCO LOW DCO MID DCO HIGH DCO ? LFE UP LFE DOWN LFE ** LFE ? EFF UP EFF DOWN EFF ** EFF ? DEL UP DEL DOWN DEL ***

function BASS UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB **:00 to 99 by ASCII , 50=0dB ---AVR-2809 can be operated from -6 to +6(44 to 56) Return PSBAS Status TREBLE UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB **:00 to 99 by ASCII , 50=0dB ---AVR-2809 can be operated from -6 to +6(44 to 56) Return PSTRE Status DRC direct change
Return PSDRC Status D.COMP direct change
example PSBAS UP<CR> PSBAS DOWN<CR> PSBAS 50<CR> PSBAS ?<CR> PSTRE UP<CR> PSTRE DOWN<CR> PSTRE 50<CR> PSTRE ?<CR> PSDRC AUTO<CR> PSDRC LOW<CR> PSDRC MID<CR> PSDRC HI<CR> PSDRC OFF<CR> PSDRC ?<CR> PSDCO OFF<CR> PSDCO LOW<CR> PSDCO MID<CR> PSDCO HIGH<CR> PSDCO ?<CR> PSLEE UP<CR> PSLFE DOWN<CR> PSLFE 10<CR> PSLFE ? <CR> PSEFF UP<CR> PSEFF DOWN<CR> PSEFF **<CR> PSEFF ?<CR> PSDEL UP<CR> PSDEL DOWN<CR> PSDEL ***<CR> PSDEL ?<CR>
PARAMETER function AFD ON AFDM ON/OFF AFD OFF AFD ? Return PSAFD Status PAN ON PANORAMA ON/OFF PAN OFF PAN ? Return PSPAN Status DIM UP DIMENSION UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB DIM DOWN **:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0, DIM ** ---AVR-2809 can be operated from 0 to 6 DIM ? Return PSDIM Status CEN UP CENTER WIDTH UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB CEN DOWN **:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0 CEN ** ---AVR-2809 can be operated from 0 to 7 CEN ? Return PSCEN Status CEI UP CENTER IMAGE UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB CEI DOWN **:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0.0 CEI ** ---AVR-2809 can be operated from 0.0 to 1.0 CEI? Return PSCEI Status ATT ON SW ATT ON/OFF ATT OFF ATT ? Return PSATT Status SWR ON SW ON/OFF SWR OFF SWR ? Return PSSWR Status RSZ S ROOM SIZE direct change RSZ MS RSZ M RSZ ML RSZ L RSZ ? Return PSRSZ Status PS COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two or three ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
example PSAFD ON<CR> PSAFD OFF<CR> PSAFD ?<CR> PSPAN ON<CR> PSPAN OFF<CR> PSPAN ?<CR> PSDIM UP<CR> PSDIM DOWN<CR> PSDIM **<CR> PSDIM ?<CR> PSCEN UP<CR> PSCEN DOWN<CR> PSCEN 07<CR> PSCEN ?<CR> PSCEI UP<CR> PSCEI DOWN<CR> PSCEI 10<CR> PSCEI ?<CR> PSATT ON<CR> PSATT OFF<CR> PSATT ?<CR> PSSWR ON<CR> PSSWR OFF<CR> PSSWR ?<CR> PSRSZ S<CR> PSRSZ MS<CR> PSRSZ M<CR> PSRSZ ML<CR> PSRSZ L<CR> PSRSZ ?<CR>

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PARAMETER function DELAY UP AUDIO DELAY UP/DOWN , direct change to ***dB DELAY DOWN ***:000 to 999 by ASCII , 000=0ms, 200=200ms DELAY *** ---AVR-2809 can be operated from 0 to 200 DELAY ? Return PSDELAY Status NIGHT OFF NIGHT MODE direct change NIGHT LOW NIGHT MID NIGHT HI NIGHT ? Return PSNIGHT Status RSTR OFF AUDIO RESTORER direct change RSTR MODE1 RSTR MODE2 RSTR MODE3 RSTR ? Return PSRSTR Status FRONT SPA FRONT SPEAKER direct change FRONT SPB FRONT A+B FRONT? Return PSFRONT Status PS COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)

example PSDELAY UP<CR> PSDELAY DOWN<CR> PSDELAY 200<CR> PSDELAY ?<CR> PSNIGHT OFF<CR> PSNIGHT LOW<CR> PSNIGHT MID<CR> PSNIGHT HI<CR> PSNIGHT ?<CR> PSRSTR OFF<CR> PSRSTR MODE1<CR> PSRSTR MODE2<CR> PSRSTR MODE3<CR> PSRSTR ?<CR> PSFRONT SPA<CR> PSFRONT SPB<CR> PSFRONT A+B<CR> PSFRONT?<CR>

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COMMAND Z2

Z2MU Z2CS Z2CV

PARAMETER PHONO | IPOD SOURCE UP DOWN ** ON OFF ? ON OFF ? ST MONO ? FL UP FL DOWN FL ** FR UP FR DOWN FR ** ? ON OFF ?
function ZONE2 mode set , and select source ---The name of PARAMETER is the same as that of the time of SI COMMAND. ZONE2 mode cancel ZONE2 VOLUME UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB **:10 to 99 by ASCII , 80=0dB, 99=---(MIN) ZONE2 ON/OFF change Return Z2 Status ZONE2 OUTPUT MUTE ON/OFF change Return Z2MU Status ZONE2 Channel setting ---Invalid at AVR-989 Return Z2CS Status ZONE2 CHANNEL VOLUME UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB ---FRONT Lch **:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB ZONE2 CHANNEL VOLUME UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB ---FRONT Rch **:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB Return Z2CV Status ZONE2 HPF ON/OFF ---Invalid at AVR-989 Return Z2HPF Status
example Z2PHONO<CR> | Z2IPOD<CR> Z2SOURCE<CR> Z2UP<CR> Z2DOWN<CR> Z280<CR> Z2ON<CR> Z2OFF<CR> Z2?<CR> Z2MUON<CR> Z2MUOFF<CR> Z2MU?<CR> Z2CSST Z2CSMONO Z2CS? Z2CVFL UP<CR> Z2CVFL DOWN<CR> Z2CVFL 50<CR> Z2CVFR UP<CR> Z2CVFR DOWN<CR> Z2CVFR 50<CR> Z2CV?<CR> Z2HPFON<CR> Z2HPFOFF<CR> Z2HPF?<CR>
Z2 COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)

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COMMAND Z2PS Z
PARAMETER BAS UP BAS DOWN BAS ** BAS TRE TRE TRE ? UP DOWN **
TRE ? 2 COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
function Z2PSBAS ZONE2 BASS UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB Z2PSBAS **:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0dB ---AVR-2809 can be operated from -10 to +10(40 to 60) Z2PSBAS ---Invalid at AVR-989 Z2PSBAS Return Z2PSBAS Status Z2PSTRE ZONE2 TREBLE UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB Z2PSTRE **:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0dB ---AVR-2809 can be operated from -10 to +10(40 to 60) Z2PSTRE ---Invalid at AVR-989 Z2PSTRE Return Z2PSTRE Status
example UP<CR> DOWN<CR> 00<CR> ?<CR> UP<CR> DOWN<CR> 00<CR> ?<CR>

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PARAMETER PHONO | IPOD SOURCE UP DOWN ** ON OFF ? Z3MU ON OFF ? Z3CS ST MONO ? Z3CV FL UP FL DOWN FL ** FR UP FR DOWN FR ** ? Z3HPF ON 3 OFF ? COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two Z3 COMMAND Invalid at AVR-989 Z3 Z
function ZONE3 mode set , and select source at AVR-2809 ---The name of PARAMETER is the same as that of the time of SI COMMAND. ZONE3 mode cancel ZONE3 VOLUME UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB **:10 to 99 by ASCII , 80=0dB, 99=---(MIN) ZONE3 ON/OFF change at AVR-2809 Return Z3 Status ZONE3 OUTPUT MUTE ON/OFF change Return Z3MU Status ZONE3 Channel setting Return Z3CS Status ZONE3 CHANNEL VOLUME ---FRONT Lch **:38 to 62 by ASCII ZONE3 CHANNEL VOLUME ---FRONT Rch **:38 to 62 by ASCII Return Z3CV Status ZONE3 HPF ON/OFF UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB , 50=0dB UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB , 50=0dB
Return Z3HPF Status ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
example Z3PHONO<CR> | Z3IPOD<CR> Z3SOURCE<CR> Z3UP<CR> Z3DOWN<CR> Z380<CR> Z3ON<CR> Z3OFF<CR> Z2?<CR> Z3MUON<CR> Z3MUOFF<CR> Z3MU?<CR> Z3CSST Z3CSMONO Z3CS? Z3CVFL UP<CR> Z3CVFL DOWN<CR> Z3CVFL 50<CR> Z3CVFR UP<CR> Z3CVFR DOWN<CR> Z3CVFR 50<CR> Z3CV?<CR> Z3HPFON<CR> Z3HPFOFF<CR> Z3HPF?<CR>

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COMMAND Z3PS Z
BAS BAS BAS BAS TRE TRE TRE TRE
PARAMETER UP DOWN ** ? UP DOWN ** ?
function Z3PSBAS ZONE3 BASS UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB Z3PSBAS **:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0dB ---AVR-2809 can be operated from -10 to +10(40 to 60) Z3PSBAS Z3PSBAS Return Z3PSBAS Status Z3PSTRE ZONE3 TREBLE UP/DOWN , direct change to **dB Z3PSTRE **:00 to 99 by ASCII , 00=0dB ---AVR-2809 can be operated from -10 to +10(40 to 60) Z3PSTRE Z3PSTRE Return Z3PSTRE Status
COMMAND : "*" parameter uses two ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section) Z3 COMMAND Invalid at AVR-989

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ANALOG TUNER ControlAVR Model Only COMMAND TF PARAMETER ANUP ANDOWN AN****** (6 digits) AN? ANUP ANDOWN AN** (PRESET No.) AN? ANMEM ANAM ANFM AN? ANAUTO ANMANUAL function TUNER Frequency UP/DOWN --- ****.** kHz at AM band (>050000 is AM.) ****.** MHz at FM band (<050000 is FM.) Return TFAN Status TUNER PRESET CH UP/DOWN , --- direct change to No.** Return TPAN Status TUNER PRESET MEMORY TUNER BAND , MODE Select ---Band set to AM ---Band set to FM Return TMAN Status ---Tuning mode set to AUTO mode ---Tuning mode set to MANUAL mode example TFANUP<CR> TFANDOWN<CR> TFAN105000<CR> (1050.00kHz at AM) TFAN?<CR> TPANUP<CR> TPANDOWN<CR> TPANA1<CR> (PRESET No.A1) TPAN?<CR> TPANMEM<CR> TMANAM<CR> TMANFM<CR> TMAN?<CR> TMANAUTO<CR> TMANMANUAL<CR>

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XM Control(North America model only)
COMMAND TF PARAMETER XMUP XMDOWN XM*** (3 digits) XM? XMUP XMDOWN XM**(PRESET No.) XM? XMMEM ? function XM Channel UP/DOWN --- ***:XM CH No. Return TFXM Status XM PRESET CH UP/DOWN , direct change to No.** example TFXMUP<CR> TFXMDOWN<CR> TFXM001<CR> (XM001 CH at XM) TFXM?<CR> TPXMUP<CR> TPXMDOWN<CR> TPXMA1<CR> (PRESET No.A1) TPXM?<CR> TPXMMEM<CR> XM?<CR>
Return TPXM Status XM PRESET MEMORY Return XM Status - CHANNEL NAME, ARTIST, TITLE, SIGNAL LEVEL

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SIRIUS Control(North America model only)
COMMAND TF PARAMETER STUP STDOWN ST*** (3 digits) STPL**** (4 digits) ST? STUP STDOWN ST**(PRESET No.) ST? STMEM ? function SIRIUS Channel UP/DOWN --- ***:ST CH No. --- ***:Parental Lock Code Number Return TFST Status SIRIUS PRESET CH UP/DOWN , direct change to No.** example TFSTUP<CR> TFSTDOWN<CR> TFST001<CR> (ST001 CH at SIRIUS TUNER) TFSTPL1234<CR> (Parental Lock code 1234 TFST?<CR> TPSTUP<CR> TPSTDOWN<CR> TPSTA1<CR> (PRESET No.A1) TPST?<CR> TPSTMEM<CR> ST?<CR>
Return TPST Status SIRIUS PRESET MEMORY Return ST Status - CHANNEL NAME, ARTIST, COMPOSER,TITLE, SIGNAL LEVEL

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iPod Extended Control
COMMAND IP 94 9A 9C 9D 9E 9F 9G 9H 9I 9J 9K 9L 9M 9N 9P 9Q 9X 9Y PARAMETER function Cursor Up Control Cursor Down Control Cursor Left Control Cursor Right Control Enter (Play/Pause) Control Play/Pause Control Stop Control Skip Plus Control Skip Minus Control Manual Search Plus Control(ASD-1R Only) Manual Search Minus Control(ASD-1R Only) Repeat One Control Repeat All Control Repeat Off Control Shuffle Songs Control Shuffle Album Control Shuffle Off Control MENU Control Switch the Browse Mode Control(ASD-1R Only) Switch the Remote Mode Control(ASD-1R Only) Page Up Control Page Down Control Return Onscreen Display Information List (ASCII CODE Character) Request Onscreen Display Information List(iPOD) (UTF-8 CODE Character ) example IP90<CR> IP91<CR> IP92<CR> IP93<CR> IP94<CR> IP9A<CR> IP9C<CR> IP9D<CR> IP9E<CR> IP9F<CR> IP9G<CR> IP9H<CR> IP9I<CR> IP9J<CR> IP9K<CR> IP9L<CR> IP9M<CR> IP9N<CR> IP9P<CR> IP9Q<CR> IP9X<CR> IP9Y<CR> IPA<CR> (Return IPA0-IPA9) Refer to Page 34 IPE<CR> (Return IPE0-IPE9. Refer to Page 37

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Cursor/Enter/Menu(Setup)
COMMAND MN PARAMETER CUP CDN CLT CRT ENT RTN MEN ON MEN OFF Cursor Up Control Cursor Down Control Cursor Left Control Cursor Right Control Enter Control RETURN Control OSD Menu ON Control OSD Menu OFF Control function example MNCUP<CR> MNCDN<CR> MNCLT<CR> MNCRT<CR> MNENT<CR> MNRTN<CR> MNMEN ON<CR> MNMEN OFF<CR>

Remote Lock/Panel Lock

COMMAND SY PARAMETER REMOTE LOCK ON REMOTE LOCK OFF REMOTE LOCK ? PANEL LOCK ON PANEL+V LOCK ON PANEL LOCK OFF PANEL LOCK ? function REMOTE CONTROL LOCK ON/OFF Return SYREMOTE LOCK Status PANEL BUTTON(Except MASTER VOL.)CONTROL LOCK ON PANEL BUTTON & MASTER VOL. CONTROL LOCK ON PANEL BUTTUM & MASTER VOL. CONTROL LOCK OFF Return SYPANEL LOCK Status example SYREMOTE LOCK ON<CR> SYREMOTE LOCK OFF<CR> SYREMOTE LOCK ?<CR> SYPANEL LOCK ON<CR> SYPANEL+V LOCK ON<CR> SYPANEL LOCK OFF<CR> SYPANEL LOCK ?<CR>

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EVENT(or RESPONSE) and PARAMETER list
EVENT PW MV PARAMETER ON STANDBY ** function POWER ON/STANDBY change MASTER VOLUME change , **:00 to 99 by ASCII 98 = +18dB(MAX) 80 = 0dB 00 = -80dB 99 = ---(MIN) CHANNEL VOLUME change , **:00,38 to 62 by ASCII 62 = +12dB(MAX) 50 = 0dB 38 = -12dB(MIN) 00 = OFF (define ONLY Subwoofer ch in DIRECT mode.) (at SB ch (at SB ch (at SB ch OUTPUT MUTE 2SP) 2SP) 1SP) ON/OFF change example PWON<CR> PWSTANDBY<CR> MV80<CR>
FL ** FR ** C ** SW ** SL ** SR ** SBL ** SBR ** SB ** ON OFF PHONO CD TUNER DVD HDP TV/CBL SAT VCR DVR V.AUX

INPUT source change

CVFL 50<CR> CVFR 50<CR> CVC 50<CR> CVSW 50<CR> CVSL 50<CR> CVSR 50<CR> CVSBL 50<CR> CVSBR 50<CR> CVSB 50<CR> MUON<CR> MUOFF<CR> SIPHONO<CR> SICD<CR> SITUNER<CR> SIDVD<CR> SIHDP<CR> SITV/CBL<CR> SISAT<CR> SIVCR<CR> SIDVR<CR> SIV.AUX<CR>
The PARAMETER of MV, CV EVENT : Uses two or three ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)

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EVENT SI ZM SR
PARAMETER XM SIRIUS IPOD ON OFF PHONO | IPOD SOURCE AUTO HDMI DIGITAL ANALOG EXT.IN-1 AUTO PCM DTS DVD HDP TV/CBL SAT VCR DVR V.AUX SOURCE
function (North America model Only) (North America model Only) MAIN-ZONE ON/OFF change REC SELECT source change ---The name of PARAMETER is the same as that of the time of SI COMMAND. REC SELECT mode cancel INPUT mode change

PARAMETER AUTO LOW MID HI OFF OFF MID LOW MID HIGH ** UP DONW ** *** ON OFF ON OFF ** ** ** ON OFF ON OFF S MS M ML L
function DRC change PSDRC PSDRC PSDRC PSDRC PSDRC PSDCO PSDCO PSDCO PSDCO PSDCO PSLFE PSEFF PSEFF PSEFF PSDEL PSAFD PSAFD PSPAN PSPAN PSDIM PSCEN PSCEI PSATT PSATT PSSWR PSSWR PSRSZ PSRSZ PSRSZ PSRSZ PSRSZ

D.COMP change

LFE change EFFECT change EFFECT LEVEL change DELAY change AFDM change PANORAMA change DIMMENSION change CENTER WIDTH change CENTER IMAGE change SW ATT change SW ON/OFF change ROOM SIZE change
example AUTO<CR> LOW<CR> MID<CR> HI<CR> OFF<CR> OFF<CR> MID<CR> LOW<CR> MID<CR> HIGH<CR> 10<CR> UP<CR> DOWN<CR> **<CR> ***<CR> ON<CR> OFF<CR> ON<CR> OFF<CR> **<CR> 07<CR> 10<CR> ON<CR> OFF<CR> ON<CR> OFF<CR> S<CR> MS<CR> M<CR> ML<CR> L<CR>

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EVENT PS
PARAMETER DELAY *** NIGHT OFF NIGHT LOW NIGHT MID NIGHT HI RSTR OFF RSTR MODE1 RSTR MODE2 RSTR MODE3 FRONT SPA FRONT SPB FRONT A+B
function AUDIO DELAY change, ***:000 to 999 by ASCII 200=200msMAX 100=100ms, 000=0ms NIGHT MODE change
example PSDELAY 200<CR> PSNIGHT OFF<CR> PSNIGHT LOW<CR> PSNIGHT MID<CR> PSNIGHT HI<CR> PSRSTR OFF<CR> PSRSTR MODE1<CR> PSRSTR MODE2<CR> PSRSTR MODE3<CR> PSFRONT SPA<CR> PSFRONT SPB<CR> PSFRONT A+B<CR>

AUDIO RESTORER change

FRONT SPEAKER change

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EVENT Z2
PARAMETER PHONO | IPOD SOURCE **

Z2MU Z2CS

ZONE2 Channel setting ---AVR989:Disable Z2CV **:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB **:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB Z2HPF ZONE2 HPF ON/OFF change ---AVR989:Disable Z2PS ZONE2 BASS change ---AVR989:Disable TRE ** ZONE2 TEBLE change ---AVR989:Disable The PARAMETER of Z2 EVENT : Uses two ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section)
ON OFF ON OFF ST MONO FL ** FR ** ON OFF BAS **
function ZONE2 source change ---The name of PARAMETER is the same as that of the time of SI COMMAND. ZONE2 mode cancel ZONE2 VOLUME change , **:10 to 99 by ASCII 98 = +18dB(MAX) 80 = 0dB 10 = -70dB 99 = ---(MIN) ZONE2 ON/OFF change ZONE2 OUTPUT MUTE ON/OFF change
example Z2PHONO<CR> | Z2IPOD<CR> Z2SOURCE<CR> Z280<CR>
Z2ON<CR> Z2OFF<CR> Z2MUON<CR> Z2MUOFF<CR> Z2CSST<CR> Z2CSMONO<CR> Z2CVFL 50<CR> Z2CVFR 50<CR> Z2HPFON<CR> Z2HPFOFF<CR> Z2PSBAS 00<CR> Z2PSTRE 00<CR>

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function ZONE3 source change ---The name of PARAMETER is the same as that of the time of SI COMMAND. ZONE3 mode cancel ---AVR989:Disable ** ZONE3 VOLUME change , **:10 to 99 by ASCII 98 = +18dB(MAX) 80 = 0dB 10 = -70dB 99 = ---(MIN) ---AVR989:Disable ON ZONE3 ON/OFF change OFF ---AVR989:Disable Z3MU ON ZONE3 OUTPUT MUTE ON/OFF change OFF ---AVR989:Disable Z3CS ST ZONE3 Channel setting MONO ---AVR989:Disable Z3CV FL ** **:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB ---AVR989:Disable FR ** **:38 to 62 by ASCII , 50=0dB ---AVR989:Disable Z3HPF ON ZONE3 HPF ON/OFF change OFF ---AVR989:Disable Z3PS BAS ** ZONE3 BASS change ---AVR989:Disable TRE ** ZONE3 TEBLE change ---AVR989:Disable The PARAMETER of Z3 EVENT : Uses two ASCII characters. (see page4 J) section) Z3 COMMAND Invalid at AVR-989 Z3

PARAMETER PHONO | IPOD SOURCE
example Z3PHONO<CR> | Z3IPOD<CR> Z3SOURCE<CR> Z380<CR>
Z3ON<CR> Z3OFF<CR> Z3MUON<CR> Z3MUOFF<CR> Z3CSST<CR> Z3CSMONO<CR> Z3CVFL 50<CR> Z3CVFR 50<CR> Z3HPFON<CR> Z3HPFOFF<CR> Z3PSBAS 00<CR> Z3PSTRE 00<CR>

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ANALOG TUNER Control EVENT TF PARAMETER AN****** (6 digits) AN**(PRESET No.) ANAM ANFM ANAUTO ANMANUAL function TUNER Frequency change --- ****.** kHz at AM band ****.** MHz at FM band TUNER PRESET change to No.** TUNER BAND , MODE change ---Band set to AM ---Band set to FM ---Tuning mode set to AUTO mode ---Tuning mode set to MANUAL mode example TFAN105000<CR> (1050.00kHz at AM) TPANA1<CR> (PRESET No.A1) TMANAM<CR> TMANFM<CR> TMANAUTO<CR> TMANMANUAL<CR>
EVENT TF TP XM PARAMETER XM*** (3 digits) XM CHECK ANT XM**(PRESET No.) CH NAME ******** (8 digit) ARTIST **************** (16 digit) TITLE **************** (16 digit) XMID ******** (8 digit) SIGNAL GOOD SIGNAL WEAK SIGNAL MARGINAL SIGNAL NOSIGNAL function --- ***:XM CH No. XM TUNER is not connected XM PRESET change to No.** XM CH NAME change XM ARTIST NAME change XM TITLE NAME change XM RADIO ID(XM000 Selected) XM ANTENNA SIGNAL STATUS change example TFXM001<CR> (XM001 CH) TFXM CHECK ANT<CR> TPXMA1<CR> (PRESET No.A1) TMCH NAME 20 on 20<CR> TMARTIST EMINEM**********<CR> TMTITLE JUST LOSE IT****<CR> TMXMID J3JU703B<CR> TMSIGNAL TMSIGNAL TMSIGNAL TMSIGNAL GOOD<CR> WEAK<CR> MARGINAL<CR> NOSIGNAL<CR>

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SIRIUS ControlNorth America Model Only
EVENT TF PARAMETER ST*** (3 digits) STPL ON STPL OFF STUL OK STUL NG STCH SUB STCH UNS STMP VAL STMP INV ST CHECK ANT ST** (PRESET No.) CH NAME ******** (8 digits) ARTIST ***************** (36 digits) TITLE ***************** (36 digits) COMPOSER ***************** (36 digits) ID ************ (12 digits) SIGNAL EXCELLENT SIGNAL GOOD SIGNAL WEAK SIGNAL NOSIGNAL --- ***:ST CH No. Parental Lock Status ON Parental Lock Status OFF Unlocking is successful Unlocking is failed Subscribed channel Unsubscribed channel Valid Channel Invalid Channel SIRIUS TUNER is not connected SIRIUS PRESET change to No.** SIRIUS CH NAME change SIRIUS ARTIST NAME change SIRIUS TITLE NAME change SIRIUS COMPOSER NAME change SIRIUS ID(SR000 Selected) SIRIUS ANTENNA SIGNAL STATUS change function example TFST001<CR> (ST001 CH at SIRIUS TUNER) TFSTPL ON<CR> TFSTPL OFF<CR> TFSTUL OK<CR> TFSTUL NG<CR> TFSTCH SUB<CR> TFSTCH UNS<CR> TFSTMP VAL<CR> TFSTMP INV<CR> TFST CHECK ANT<CR> TPSTA1<CR> (PRESET No.A1) STCH NAME Hit song<CR> STARTIST Elvis Presley*** ********************<CR> STTITLE I'm Leaving***** ********************<CR> STCOMPOSER MUSIC*********** ********************<CR> STID 123456789012<CR> STSIGNAL STSIGNAL STSIGNAL STSIGNAL EXCELLENT<CR> GOOD<CR> WEAK<CR> NOSIGNAL<CR>

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EVENT IPA PARAMETER function Onscreen Display Information(iPod) is Answered By the IPA Command. Display Line1 Information Display Line3 Information Display Line4 Information Display Line5 Information Display Line6 Information Display Line7 Information Display Line8 Information Display Line9 Information ---ASD-3N/3W Connect Display Information is blank Display Line10 Information Display Line11 Information example
IPA0***************_???<CR> IPA1*************_???<CR> IPA2*************_???<CR> IPA3*************_???<CR> IPA4*************_???<CR> IPA5*************_???<CR> IPA6*************_???<CR> IPA7*************_???<CR> IPA8#**************_???<CR> IPA9***************_???<CR> *:Character Length MAX96 _:Null ?:Exclusion(The character after Null should be disregarded) :Cursor Information Data(1Byte) Bit1:Playable Music=1 Bit2:Display Only=1 Bit3:Don't Care Bit4:CURSOR SELECT=1 Bit5-8:Don't Care #iPod dock Information Data(1Byte) Bit1Unknown=1 Bit2:ASD-1R=1 Bit3:ASD-3N/3W=1 Bit4-8:Dont Care

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EVENT IPA

PARAMETER

example <example1-for ASD-1R> IPA0Artist??????????????????<CR> IPA1 Ana Caram_????????????<CR> IPA2 Badi Assad_???????????<CR> IPA3 Christy Baron_????????<CR> IPA4 Marta Gomez_??????????<CR> IPA5 Rebecca Pidgeon_??????<CR> IPA6 Sara K_???????????????<CR> IPA7 Valerie Joyce_????????<CR> IPA8# SFL Songs RPT All_???<CR> IPA9 [ 2/ 6]_?????????<CR> <example2-for ASD-1R> IPA0Now Playing iPod_???????<CR> IPA1 A HARD DAY'S NIGHT._??<CR> IPA2 /The Beatles_?????????<CR> IPA3_??????????????????????<CR> IPA4 A HARD DAY'S NIGHT_???<CR> IPA5 00:04_??????????????<CR> IPA6_??????????????????????<CR> IPA7_??????????????????????<CR> IPA8# SFL Songs RPT All_???<CR> IPA9_????????????????????????<CR>

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example <example1-for ASD-3N/W> IPA0Artist??????????????????<CR> IPA1Ana Caram_????????????<CR> IPA2Badi Assad_???????????<CR> IPA3Christy Baron_????????<CR> IPA4Marta Gomez_??????????<CR> IPA5Rebecca Pidgeon_??????<CR> IPA6Sara K_???????????????<CR> IPA7_?????????????????????<CR> IPE8# SFL On RPT All_???<CR> IPA9 [ 2/ 6]_?????????<CR> <example2-for ASD-3N/W> IPA0Now Playing iPod_???????<CR> IPA1 A HARD DAY'S NIGHT._??<CR> IPA2 /The Beatles_?????????<CR> IPA3_??????????????????????<CR> IPA4 A HARD DAY'S NIGHT_???<CR> IPA5 00:04_??????????????<CR> IPA6_??????????????????????<CR> IPA7_??????????????????????<CR> IPE8# SFL On RPT All_???<CR> IPA9_???????????????????????<CR>

 

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