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ework 6:54am on Tuesday, September 28th, 2010 
Especially now at the current price you cannot beat the deal - quality and price. This is the best quality at the lowest price.
lancesp 9:01pm on Friday, July 16th, 2010 
I have owned a number of blu ray players over the years. Heres where I started with Blu-Ray...
philpc 5:01pm on Saturday, July 10th, 2010 
Denon DVD-2500btci magic The sound is perfect, I have PS3 and watch bluray movies for over two years. The PQ is very similar.
cheap tramadol 180rx 11:53pm on Wednesday, June 30th, 2010 
Impresive. The best at speed/lag. Better at color quality. Stunning colors. A very good remote. Heavy and well-built. Responsive. Excellent color.
cyberKhaiz 7:18pm on Thursday, June 17th, 2010 
I bought this DVD player to replace my Denon 3910. Now that the DVD format wars appear over, I wanted to start my Blu-ray collection.
bhericher 3:08pm on Monday, May 17th, 2010 
CD music quality, DVD picture quality Cheesy remote, light weight Your dilemma will be over once you see this piece of work!! CD music quality, DVD picture quality Cheesy remote, light weight

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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 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

JAPAN JAPAN JAPAN JAPAN

model model model model

Only Only Only Only

example MSDTS NEO:6 C<CR> MSDTS NEO:6 M<CR> MSDTS SURROUND<CR> MSDTS ES DSCRT6.1<CR> MSDTS ES MTRX6.1<CR> MSDTS+NEO:6<CR> MSDTS+PL2X C<CR> MSDTS+PL2X M<CR> MSDTS96/24<CR> MSDTS96 ES MTRX<CR> MSWIDE SCREEN<CR> MS5CH STEREO<CR> MS7CH STEREO<CR> MSSUPER STADIUM<CR> MSROCK ARENA<CR> MSJAZZ CLUB<CR> MSCLASSIC CONCERT<CR> MSMONO MOVIE<CR> MSMATRIX<CR> MSVIDEO GAME<CR> MSVIRTUAL<CR> MSDSD DIRECT<CR> MSDSD PURE DIRECT<CR> MSDSD MULTI DRCT<CR> MSDSD MULTI PURE<CR> MSMPEG2 AAC<CR> MSAAC+DOLBY EX<CR> MSAAC+PL2X C<CR> MSAAC+PL2X M<CR>

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PARAMETER NEURAL DOLBY D+ DOLBY D+ +EX DOLBY D+ +PL2x C DOLBY D+ +PL2x M DOLBY HD DOLBY HD+EX DOLBY HD+PL2x C DOLBY HD+PL2x M DTS HD DTS HD MSTR DTS EXPRESS DTS HD+NEO:6 DTS HD+PL2X C DTS HD+PL2X M DTS ES 8CH DSCRT QUICK1 QUICK2 QUICK3 QUICK0 ASPNRM ASPFUL SC48P SC10I SC72P SC10P SCAUTO TONE DEFEAT ON TONE DEFEAT OFF SB:MTRX ON SB:PL2xC SB:PL2xM
example MSNEURAL<CR> MSDOLBY D+<CR> MSDOLBY D+ +EX<CR> MSDOLBY D+ +PL2X C<CR> MSDOLBY D+ +PL2X M<CR> MSDOLBY HD<CR> DOLBY TRUE HD MSDOLBY HD+EX<CR> MSDOLBY HD+PL2X C<CR> MSDOLBY HD+PL2X M<CR> MSDTS HD<CR> MSDTS HD MSTR<CR> MSDTS EXPRESS<CR> MSDTS HD+NEO:6<CR> MSDTS HD+PL2X C<CR> MSDTS HD+PL2X M<CR> MSDTS ES 8CH DSCRT<CR> MSQUICK1<CR> QUICK SELECT mode change MSQUICK2<CR> MSQUICK3<CR> --- QUICK 1 (or QUICK 2 or QUICK 3) Change QUICK OFF MSQUICK0<CR> VSASPNRM<CR> ASPECT setting change VSASPFUL<CR> VSSC48P<CR> SCALER setting change VSSC10I<CR> VSSC72P<CR> VSSC10P<CR> VSSCAUTO<CR> PSTONE DEFEAT ON<CR> TONE DEFEAT ON/OFF change PSTONE DEFEAT OFF<CR> PSSB:MTRX ON<CR> SURROUND BACK MODE change PSSB:PL2X CINEMA<CR> PSSB:PL2X MUSIC<CR>
function (North America model Only)

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PARAMETER SB:ON SB:OFF SB:ESDSCRT SB:ESMTRX CINEMA EQ.ON CINEMA EQ.OFF MODE:MUSIC MODE:CINEMA MODE:GAME MODE:PRO LOGIC ROOM EQ:AUDYSSEY ROOM EQ:BYP.LR ROOM EQ:FLAT ROOM EQ:MANUAL ROOM EQ:OFF DYN ON DYN OFF DYN VOL DYNSET NGT DYNSET EVE DYNSET DAY BAS ** TRE **
CINEMA EQ. ON/OFF Change CINEMA / MUSIC / GAME / PL mode change
MultEQ XT mode direct change
DYNAMIC EQ&VOLUME ON/OFF direct Change DYNAMIC VOLUME SETTING direct Change BASS change TREBLE change
example PSSB:ON<CR> PSSB:OFF<CR> PSSB:ESDSCRT<CR> PSSB:ESMTRX<CR> PSCINEMA EQ.ON<CR> PSCINEMA EQ.OFF<CR> PSMODE:MUSIC<CR> PSMODE:CINEMA<CR> PSMODE:GAME<CR> PSMODE:PRO LOGIC<CR> PSROOM EQ:AUDYSSEY<CR> PSROOM EQ:BYP.LR<CR> PSROOM EQ:FLAT<CR> PSROOM EQ:MANUAL<CR> PSROOM EQ:OFF<CR> PSDYN ON<CR> PSDYN OFF<CR> PSDYN VOL<CR> PSDYNSET NGT<CR> PSDYNSET EVE<CR> PSDYNSET DAY<CR> PSBAS 00<CR> PSTRE 00<CR>

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EVENT PS DRC DRC DRC DRC DRC DCO DCO DCO DCO DCO LFE EFF EFF EFF DEL AFD AFD PAN PAN DIM CEN CEI ATT ATT SWR SWR RSZ RSZ RSZ RSZ RSZ
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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EVENT IPE 8 9
function Onscreen Display Information(iPod) is Answered By the IPE 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

IPE0***************_???<CR> IPE1*************_???<CR> IPE2*************_???<CR> IPE3*************_???<CR> IPE4*************_???<CR> IPE5*************_???<CR> IPE6*************_???<CR> IPE7*************_???<CR> IPE8#**************_???<CR> IPE9***************_???<CR> *:UTF-8 CODE Character(MAX95byte) _: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 ************_?????:96byte Fixed

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EVENT IPE
example <example1-for ASD-1R> IPE0Artist??????????????????<CR> IPE1 Ana Caram_????????????<CR> IPE2 Badi Assad_???????????<CR> IPE3 Christy Baron_????????<CR> IPE4 Marta Gomez_??????????<CR> IPE5 Rebecca Pidgeon_??????<CR> IPE6 Sara K_???????????????<CR> IPE7 Valerie Joyce_????????<CR> IPE8# SFL Songs RPT All_???<CR> IPE9 [ 2/ 6]_?????????<CR> <example2-for ASD-1R> IPE0Now Playing iPod_???????<CR> IPE1 A HARD DAY'S NIGHT._??<CR> IPE2 /The Beatles_?????????<CR> IPE3_??????????????????????<CR> IPE4 A HARD DAY'S NIGHT_???<CR> IPE5 00:04_??????????????<CR> IPE6_??????????????????????<CR> IPE7_??????????????????????<CR> IPE8# SFL Songs RPT All_???<CR> IPE9_??????????????????????<CR>

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example <example1-for ASD-3N/R> IPE0Artist??????????????????<CR> IPE1 Ana Caram_????????????<CR> IPE2 Badi Assad_???????????<CR> IPE3 Christy Baron_????????<CR> IPE4 Marta Gomez_??????????<CR> IPE5 Rebecca Pidgeon_??????<CR> IPE6 Sara K_???????????????<CR> IPE7_?????????????????????<CR> IPE8# SFL On RPT All_???<CR> IPE9 [ 2/ 6]_?????????<CR> <example2-for ASD-3N/R> IPE0Now Playing iPod_???????<CR> IPE1 A HARD DAY'S NIGHT._??<CR> IPE2 /The Beatles_?????????<CR> IPE3_??????????????????????<CR> IPE4 A HARD DAY'S NIGHT_???<CR> IPE5 00:04_??????????????<CR> IPE6_??????????????????????<CR> IPE7_??????????????????????<CR> IPE8# SFL On RPT All_???<CR> IPE9_??????????????????????<CR>

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Never disassemble or modify the apparatus in any way.
Thank you for choosing the DENON AVR-1907 AV Surround Receiver. This remarkable component has been engineered to provide superb surround sound listening with home theater sources such as DVD, as well as providing outstanding high fidelity reproduction of your favorite music sources. As this product is provided with an immense array of features, we recommend that before you begin hookup and operation that you review the contents of this manual before proceeding.

Contents

Getting Started Accessories2 Before using 2 Cautions on installation 3 About the remote control unit 3 Inserting the batteries3 Operating range of the remote control unit 3 Part names and functions Front panel 4 Display4 Rear panel 5 Remote control unit 5, 6 Easy Setup Procedure Easy to setup flow7 Speaker layout [Basic layout]7 Speaker connections 8 Connecting a DVD player and monitor 9 Auto Setup q Connecting a microphone 10 w Before performing the Auto Setup procedure 10 e Perform the Auto Setup procedure11 r Assigning power amplifiers 11 t Switching the front speaker 11 y Starting Auto Setup 11 u Checking and storing the measurement results 12 Error messages 12 Check the parameter13 Connecting Other Sources Cable indications 13 The video conversion function14 On screen display signals 14 Connecting a TV/DBS tuner 15 Connecting a video camera or video game 15 Connecting the external inputs (EXT. IN) terminals 15 Connecting a CD player 16 Connecting a tape deck 16 Connecting a VCR16 Connecting a CD recorder or MD recorder 17 Connecting the antenna terminals 17, 18 Connecting the XM terminal 18 Connecting the iPod 18 Connecting the MULTI ZONE terminals ZONE2 out connections 19 ZONE2 speaker out connections 19 Connecting the PRE OUT terminals20 Connecting the power supply cord 20 Basic Operation Playing the input source 21 Turning the sound off temporarily (MUTING)22 Listening over headphones 22 Switching the front speakers 22 Checking the currently playing program source, etc. 22 Switching the brightness of the display22 Using the surround modes Types of surround modes and their features22, 23 Selecting the play mode (DIRECT/STEREO) 23 Selecting the Dolby Digital and DTS Surround mode (only with digital input) 24 Selecting the Dolby Pro Logic IIx (Pro Logic II) mode25 Selecting the DTS NEO:6 mode 26 Selecting the NEURAL SURROUND mode 26 Checking the input signals 26 Surround modes and parameters 27 ~ 29 Using the DENON original surround modes Types of surround modes and their features30 Selecting the DSP surround simulation 31 Setting the tone control 32 Adjusting the speaker volume 32 Using the fader function 32 Listening to the radio Auto preset memory 33 Auto tuning33 Manual tuning 33 Preset memory 34 Checking the preset stations 34 Recalling preset stations 34 XM Satellite Radio34 Checking the XM signal strength and Radio ID 35 Channel selection35 Category search 35 Advanced Operation Night mode 36 User mode function Storing the settings in the memory 36 Calling the settings out 36 Combining the currently playing sound with the desired image (VIDEO SELECT function)36 Personal memory plus function 36 Playing the iPod 37 Listening to music38 Viewing still pictures and videos (only for iPods equipped with the slideshow / video function) 38 Disconnecting the iPod 38 Multi zone music entertainment system 39, 40 Outputting a program source to amplifier, etc., in the ZONE2 room (ZONE2 SELECT mode) 41 Remote control unit operations during multi-source playback41 Recording (audio and/or video) 42 About the memory functions 42 Initialization of the microprocessor (Reset) 42

Getting Started Getting Started

Cautions on installation

Note: For heat dispersal, do not install this unit in a confined space such as a bookcase or similar enclosure.
About the remote control unit
In addition to controlling the AVR-1907, the attached remote control unit (RC-1046) can also be used to control the following products: q DENON component products w Component products other than DENON: Set using the preset memory function ( page 58).
Operating range of the remote control unit
Point the remote control unit at the remote sensor when operating it. The remote control unit can be used from a distance of approximately 23 feet/7 meters, at a horizontal angle of up to 30 with respect to the sensor.

Inserting the batteries

q Remove the remote control units rear cover. w Set two R6P/AA batteries in the battery compartment in the indicated direction. 30 30

Approx. 23 feet/7 m

e Put the rear cover back on. Notes on batteries: Replace the batteries with new ones if the set does not operate even when the remote control unit is operated nearby the unit. (The attached batteries are only for verifying operation.) When inserting the batteries, be sure to do so in the proper direction, following the < and > marks in the battery compartment. To prevent damage or leakage of battery fluid: Do not use a new battery together with an old one. Do not use two different types of batteries. Do not short-circuit, disassemble, heat or dispose of batteries in flames. Remove the batteries from the remote if it will not be in use for long periods. If the battery fluid should leak, carefully wipe the fluid off the inside of the battery compartment and insert new batteries. When replacing the batteries, have the new batteries ready and insert them as quickly as possible.
NOTE: It may be difficult to operate the remote control unit if the remote sensor is exposed to direct sunlight or strong artificial light.

Part names and functions

For details on the functions of these parts, refer to the pages given in parentheses ( ).

Front panel

@7 @6 @5 @4 @3

@0 !8 @1 !9

!6 Cursor buttons (D, H) (11) !7 MASTER VOLUME control knob(21) !8 TUNING buttons (, ) (33) !9 STATUS button (22) @0 DIMMER button (22) @1 VIDEO SELECT button (36) @2 Display
@3 BAND button(33) @4 EXT. IN button(22) @5 Remote control sensor(3) @6 INPUT MODE button (21) @7 ZONE2/REC SELECT button (41) @8 FUNCTION knob (21) @9 MAIN button (21)

Display

!2 !1 !0

t q w e r y u i o !0

q Power operation button

(ON/STANDBY) (10)

!4 !5 !6
w Power indicator (10) e Power switch (10, 42) r Headphones jack (PHONES) (22) t ANALOG button (21) y SPEAKER buttons(22, 42) u ZONE2 button (40) i SHIFT button (34) o USER MODE buttons (36) !0 PRESET buttons(33) !1 V. AUX INPUT terminals

L R L R

AUDIO OUT L R
Audio signal flow is shown with white arrows, video signal flow is shown with gray arrows.
The AVR-1907 is equipped with another set of input terminals for a non-DVD video disc player (such as laser disc, VCD/SVCD, or future high definition disc player). The above connection guidelines for DVD also apply to the VDP input.

Auto Setup

<POWER> SYSTEM SETUP
The AVR-1907s auto setup use the attached microphone to measure the acoustic properties in the room and automatically make the optimum settings.
w Before performing the Auto Setup procedure
1 Turn on your subwoofer.
Set the volume to halfway and set the crossover frequency to the maximum or Low pass filter off if your subwoofer can adjust the output volume and the crossover frequency. Some subwoofers have a standby mode. Be sure to turn this function off before performing the Auto Setup procedure.
To make the sound field settings manually (

page 54 ~ 57).

<ON/STANDBY>
<SETUP MIC> D H F G, ENTER
q Connecting a microphone
1 Connect the attached setup microphone to <SETUP MIC>.
2 Turn on your monitor. 3 Press <POWER>.

[ON/SOURCE]

The power indicator lights red.
The power turns off and the indicator is off. Sound receptor

SYSTEM SETUP

ENTER DHFG
4 Press <ON/STANDBY> or [ON/SOURCE].
The power indicator blinks green and the power turns on.
microphone on a camera 2 Mount the setupreceptor pointing towardstripod, etc., 5 Set [MODE SELECTOR 1] to AUDIO. and set with the the ceiling.

[MODE SELECTOR 1]

Microphone
About the button names in this explanation < > : Buttons on the main unit [ ] : Buttons on the remote control unit Button name only : Buttons on the main unit and remote control unit
Place the setup microphones sound receptor at the height of the ears in the listening position. It is not possible to measure properly if there are any obstacles between the speakers and microphone. Check that there are no obstacles.
NOTE: Once the settings are completed, disconnect the setup microphone.
Easy Setup Procedure Easy Setup Procedure Surround Back: Assign to use as surround back speaker. ZONE2: Assign to use as ZONE2 speakers. Front A, Front B: Assign to use the Front A or Front B speakers with bi-amp connections. When assigned to Front or ZONE2, skip the surround back channel measurement. During the auto setup procedure, test tones are not output to ZONE2. NOTE: Do not change the speaker connections or subwoofer volume after making the measurements. Do not turn off the power while the data is being stored.

Canceling the EXT. IN mode: Press INPUT MODE or <ANALOG> to switch to the desired input mode. To use the EXT. IN mode together with a picture, select the input source to which the video signal is connected first, then set the input mode. The DIGITAL indicator lights when digital signals are being input properly. If the DIGITAL indicator does not light, check whether the Digital In Assignment ( page 47) and connections are correct. NOTE: When the input mode is set to the external input (EXT. IN), the surround mode cannot be set. In play modes other than the external input mode, the signals connected to these terminals cannot be played. Cautions when playing DTS sources: For DTS sources, be sure to connect the device to the digital input terminal and set AUTO or DTS for the input source. Noise will be generated if you play in the ANALOG or PCM mode. When playing DTS signals in the AUTO mode, noise may be generated when you first start playing and during searching. If so, play in the DTS mode.
VOLUME [MUTING] [ON SCREEN] DIMMER STATUS
To lower the subwoofer channel level in the EXT. IN mode, press SURROUND PARAMETER and select SW. ATT. For some players the playback level of the SW channel may seen strong. If so, set to ON.
SURROUND PARAMETER INPUT MODE
3 Start playback on the selected component.
For operating instructions, refer to the components manual.
Basic Operation Basic Operation
Turning the sound off temporarily (MUTING) Press [MUTING].
You can adjust the muting level ( page 53).
Checking the currently playing program source, etc. On screen display Press [ON SCREEN].
The current program source and various settings are displayed on the monitor screen.
Using the surround modes Types of surround modes and their features
The AVR-1907 is equipped with many surround modes. We recommend using the surround modes as described below in order to achieve the maximum effect for the specific signal source. is a 6.1-channel/7.1-channel surround mode.
Canceling MUTING mode: To cancel the muting mode, either press [MUTING] or adjust the volume.
Sources recorded in Dolby Digital EX
Front panel display Listening over headphones Connect the headphones to <PHONES>.

7 Press ENTER or SURROUND PARAMETER.

Example: Dolby Digital

Example: DTS

F G, ENTER

Selecting the Dolby Pro Logic IIx (Pro Logic II) mode
It is possible to play analog input signals and digital input signals (2channels) in the surround mode. This mode is optimal for playing program sources recorded in Dolby Surround.
5 Press D H to select the item, then press F G to set.
When MUSIC mode is selected: PANORAMA: This is effective when the surround effect seems weak. DIMENSION: This shifts the center of the sound field image to the front or surround side. This compensates for when the sound field image seems unbalanced. (0 to 6, default : 3) CENTER WIDTH: A natural expansion to the front can be achieved by adjusting the center signals output balance between the center and front channels. (0 to 7, default : 3)
1 Press [STANDARD] to select DOLBY PLIIx.

DOLBY PLIIx DTS NEO:6

NEURAL SURROUND

ENTER DHFG [ON SCREEN]

2 Play a program source. 3 Press SURROUND PARAMETER. 4 Press F G to select the play mode.
CINEMA: This mode is suited for playing movie sources recorded in Dolby Surround and general sources recorded in stereo. MUSIC: This mode is suited for playing stereo music signals in the surround mode. With music signals, the sound field expansion differs according to the type of music, the recording conditions (live/studio), etc. Because of this, the MUSIC mode offers a number of optional parameters for further adjusting the sound field. GAME: This mode is optimum for games. The GAME mode can only be used for 2-channel audio sources. PL: This mode is compatible with conventional Dolby Pro Logic sources.
6 Press ENTER or SURROUND PARAMETER.
[STANDARD] SURROUND PARAMETER

DHFG ENTER

(When MUSIC is selected)
Selecting the DTS NEO:6 mode
It is possible to play analog input signals and digital input signals (2channels) in the surround mode.
Selecting the NEURAL SURROUND mode
It is possible to play analog input signals and digital input signals (2channels) in the surround mode. This is the optimum mode for playing sources recorded in XM HD Surround ( page 34, 35).
OFFSET: Displays the dialog normalization offset value. FLAG: MATRIX is displayed if the input signal has undergone matrix processing, DISCRETE is displayed if the input signal has undergone discrete processing.
1 Press [STANDARD] to select DTS NEO:6.
DOLBY PLIIx DTS NEO:6 NEURAL SURROUND

1 Press [STANDARD] to select NEURAL SURROUND.
CINEMA: This mode is optimum for playing movies. Decoding is performed with emphasis on separation performance to achieve the same atmosphere with 2-channel sources as with 6.1-channel sources. MUSIC: This mode is suited mainly for playing music.
2 Press [ON SCREEN] again.
OSD-1 OSD-2 OSD-3 OSD-4 ~ 6 OSD-7 ~ 13 : : : : : Input signal Input/output settings Auto surround mode USER MODE 1 ~ 3 Tuner preset stations
2 Play a program source. 3 Press SURROUND PARAMETER. 4 Press D H to select the item, then press F G to set. 5 Press ENTER or SURROUND PARAMETER.
Checking the input signals
When MUSIC mode is selected: CNTR. IMAGE: The expansion of the center channel can be adjusted. (0.0 to 1.0, default : 0.3)

Press [ON SCREEN].

SIGNAL: Displays the type of input signal. fs: Displays the input signals sampling frequency. FORMAT: Displays the input signals number of channels (front / surround / LFE on/off). SURROUND is displayed for 2-channel signal sources recorded in Dolby Surround.
OSD-1-FLAG is not displayed if there is no FLAG identification signal in the input signal. OSD-3: This is displayed when the auto surround mode is set to ON ( page 52) and the input mode is set to AUTO. It is not displayed when the input mode is set to ANALOG or EXT. IN.
Press ENTER or SURROUND PARAMETER.
Surround modes and parameters
Signals and adjustability in the different modes Parameter (default values are shown in parentheses) LFE *2 SB CH OUT TONE CONTROL Dolby Digital EFFECT LEVEL NIGHT mode E E E E E E E E E C (10) C (10) C (10) C (10) E E C (OFF) E C (OFF) C (OFF) C (OFF) C (OFF) E E C (OFF) C (OFF) C (OFF) C (OFF) C (OFF) C (OFF) C (OFF) PRO LOGIC II/IIx MUSIC MODE only DELAY TIME PANORAMA DIMENSION E E E E E E E E E E E E E C (30 msec) E C : Signal E : No signal E E C (OFF) C (OFF) E E E E E E E E E E E E E C (3) C (3) E E E E E E E E E E E CENTER CENTER IMAGE WIDTH E E C (3) C (3) E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E C (0.3) E E E E E E E E E E SW ATT E C E E E E E E E E E E E E E NEO:6 MUSIC MODE only EXT. IN only
Channel output Surround Mode SURROUND FRONT CENTER L/R L/R SURROUND SUB- D. COMP BACK WOOFER *1 L/R E B B E B B B B B B B B B B E B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B C (OFF) E C (OFF) C (OFF) C (OFF) C (OFF) C (OFF) E C (OFF) C (OFF) C (OFF) C (OFF) C (OFF) C (OFF) C (OFF)

CINEMA EQ.

ROOM SIZE
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1 Switch off the unit using <POWER>. 2 Hold <PRESET > and press <POWER>.
3 Press [MODE] to set the auto tuning mode.
The AUTO indicator lights.
The unit automatically begins searching for FM broadcast stations.

4 Press TUNING.

Automatic searching begins.

SHIFT [FM/AM]

CHANNEL
When the first FM broadcast station is found, that station is stored in the preset memory at channel A1. Subsequent stations are automatically stored in order at preset channels A1 to A8, B1 to B8, C1 to C8, D1 to D8, E1 to E8, F1 to F8 and G1 to G8 for a maximum of 56 stations. Channel A1 is tuned in after the auto preset memory operation is completed.
If tuning does not stop at the desired station, use to the Manual tuning operation. AM or FM can be selected directly by pressing [FM/AM].

[ON SCREEN]

If an FM station cannot be preset automatically due to poor reception, use the Manual tuning operation to tune in the station, then preset it using the manual Preset memory operation. To interrupt this function, press <ON/STANDBY>.

Manual tuning

[TUNER]
3 Press [MODE] to set the manual tuning mode.
TUNING [MODE] BAND [MEMORY]
Check that the displays AUTO indicator turns off.
The frequency changes continuously when the button is held in. When the manual tuning mode is set, FM stereo broadcasts are received in monaural and the STEREO indicator turns off. AM or FM can be selected directly by pressing [FM/AM].

Preset memory

Recalling preset stations

XM Satellite Radio

AVR-1907 is the XM Ready receiver. You can receive XM Satellite Radio by connecting to the XM Passport System (sold separately) and subscribing to the XM service.
Use the Auto tuning or Manual tuning operation to tune in the station to be preset in the memory.
2 Press [MEMORY]. Press 3 G). SHIFT to select the desired memory block (A to
CHANNEL to select the desired preset channel 4 Press8). (1 to
1 Press SHIFT to select the memory block. 2 Press CHANNEL to select the desired preset channel.
Introducing XM Satellite Radio
Theres a world of audio listening pleasure beyond AM and FM. XM Satellite Radio. Select from over 170 channels of music, news, sports, comedy, talk, and entertainment. Coast-to-coast coverage. Digital quality sound. With all music channels 100% commercial free. Questions?: Visit www.xmradio.com.

5 Press [MEMORY] again.

How to Subscribe
Listeners can subscribe by visiting XM on the Web at www.xmradio.com or by calling XMs Listener Care at (800) 967-2346. Customers should have their Radio ID and credit card ready. The Radio ID can be found by selecting channel 0 on the radio.
Store the station in the preset memory.
To preset other channels, repeat steps 2 to 5. A total of 56 broadcast stations can be preset 8 stations (channels 1 to 8) in each of blocks A to G. The memory block can also be selected by pressing SHIFT.

[XM RADIO]

Category search
Adjust the antenna location until SIGNAL:GOOD is displayed. Press STATUS until the XM channel (ex.XM001) is displayed.
1 Press F G in the XM mode.
XM006 60's CATEGORY SEARCH
The current category name is displayed.

VIDEO SELECT

[NIGHT] DHFG STATUS
6 Press TUNING to select channel 0 (XM000).

XM000 RADIO XM006 CAT:

Radio ID

60's Rock

Channel category
Press F 2 select theG to select the category, and press D H to channel within the selected category.

TUNING BAND DHFG

LOADING is displayed while receiving the channel or information. UPDATING is displayed while updating encryption code. When the selected channel is not available, XM is displayed. Information on the artist name, song title, category and signal level can be checked using STATUS. The XM Satellite Radio channels can be preset in the same way as AM/FM band ( page 34). XM can be selected directly by pressing [XM RADIO].

Advanced Operation

Night mode
The night mode can be set when playing Dolby Digital sources. The dialogues are easier to hear at night and when listening with the volume low.

User mode function

The AVR-1907 is equipped with a function for storing the selected input source, the auto surround mode and input mode in the memory and selecting these settings when you want to use them.
Combining the currently playing sound with the desired image (VIDEO SELECT function) Press VIDEO SELECT until the desired image appears on the monitor.
Press [NIGHT]. Storing the settings in the memory following in the 1 The Currentlyare storedsource memory: q set input w Currently set surround mode e Currently set input mode
To cancel, press VIDEO SELECT to select SOURCE. The video source selected with the video select function is stored in the memory for the different input sources.
Canceling night mode: Press [NIGHT] again. When the night mode is set to ON, the D.COMP surround parameter can not be selected.
Press <USER MODE> until Memory is displayed.
Personal memory plus function
The surround mode last selected and the input mode setting are stored individually for the different input sources. The surround parameters, tone control settings and playback level balance for the different output channels are memorized for each surround mode.
Calling the settings out Press <USER MODE> at which the settings you want to call out are stored.
Advanced Operation Advanced Operation

D H 1 Press ENTERto select Auto Surround Mode, then press.
2 Press F G to set. 3 Press ENTER.
4 Press D H to select the item, then press F G to set.
For a description of the settings for the different items, see pages 54 ~ 57.

Press ENTER.

Option Setup Setting the Power Amplifier Assignment
To suit your preference, a surround back channels power amplifier can be assigned to the front channel (Front A or Front B) for biamp playback, ZONE2. Power Amplifier Assignment Surround Back ZONE2 Bi-Amp SPEAKER OUT MAIN ZONE ZONE2 7.1ch system 5.1ch system 2ch system 5.1ch system PRE-OUT S.BACK/ZONE2 Surround back ZONE2
Setting the Volume Control
This sets the volume level of output.
1 Press D H to select Volume Control, then press ENTER. 2 Press D H to select the item, then press F G to set.
Volume Limit: Set the volumes upper limit. OFF: If you do not want to set a volume limit, select OFF. In this case, the volume can be set to the AVR-1907s maximum volume (output) level of +18 dB, which is extremely loud. 20 dB, 10 dB, 0 dB: The volume cannot be increased above the selected levels. Power On Level: Set the volume level when the power is turned on. You can adjust the MAIN ZONE volume level within the range of 80 to +18 dB. LAST: The volume set when the AVR-1907 was last used is stored in the memory and set when the power is turned on. (Mute): The volume is always muted when the power is turned on. Mute Level: Set the level of volume attenuation in the mute mode. FULL: The volume is fully muted. 20 dB, 40 dB: The volume is lowered 20 dB or 40 dB from the current level.
1 Press D H to select Option Setup, then press ENTER. 2 Press D. H to select Power Amp Assign, then press ENTER 3 Press F G to set.
S. Back: The surround back speakers are used in MAIN ZONE. ZONE2: This mode assigns the surround back amplifier channels to provide ZONE2 speaker-level outputs from the surround back speaker terminals. Front A, Front B: This provides a bi-amp mode for the two main front speakers, replicating the front A or front B amplifier channels outputs.

Front Bi-Amp connections

Dynamic sound with a range wider than that of full range systems can be played by connecting bi-amp compatible speakers to the AVR-1907. Be sure to consult the owners manual of your bi-amp-capable speakers for further information before proceeding. AVR-1907

Speaker [R] Speaker [L]

NOTE: When making bi-amp connections, be sure to remove the short-circuiting bar included with the speaker.

Setting the Setup Lock

Advanced Setup Part 2
If the Auto Setup procedure has already been performed, there is no need to make this setting. Perform this setting if you wish to make the settings for your speaker systems manually.

The crossover frequency mode is valid only when subwoofer is set to ON, and when one or more speakers are set to Small, as described in section Setting the Speaker Configuration ( page 54, 55). If LFE+Main is set at Subwoofer Setup, SW:LFE+Main ( page 55) is displayed at the top right of the screen.

1 Press [TEST TONE].

Test tones are output from the different speakers.
2 Press F G to adjust the volume. 3 Press [TEST TONE].
Setting the Crossover Frequency
Set the frequency (Hz) below which the bass sound of the various speakers is to be output from the subwoofer. For speakers that are set to Small, frequencies under the crossover frequency are cut before the signal is output, and the low frequency component that was cut is output from the subwoofer or the speakers that are set to Large.
Set to 80 Hz when using regular speakers. When using small speakers, we recommend setting to a higher frequency.
D H 1 Press ENTER.to select Crossover Frequency, then press

2 Press F G to set.

40, 60, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120, 150, 200, 250 Hz: Set as desired according to your speakers bass playback ability.
Operating the remote control unit
Operating DENON audio components
[MODE SELECTOR 1] [MODE SELECTOR 2]
1 of 4 Referring totothe included listcodepreset codes, press [NUMBER] input the preset (a 3-digit number) Set [MODE to for the 2 component toSELECTOR 2](CD, the position TAPE). for the manufacturer of the component whose signals be operated CD-R/MD or
Set [MODE SELECTOR 1] to AUDIO. you want to store in the memory.
3 Press [ZONE2 OFF] and [MAIN ON] at the same time.
The indicator starts flashing.
[ZONE2 OFF] [NUMBER] [MAIN ON]
Operate the audio component.
For details, refer to the components operating instructions. While this remote control is compatible with a wide range of infrared controlled components, it may be the case that some component models cannot be operated with this remote control.
the of 5 To storestepscodes4. another component in the memory, repeat 1 to
Setting the preset memory function
DENON and other makes of components can be operated by setting the preset memory. This remote control unit can be used to operate components of other manufacturers without using the learning function by registering the manufacturer of the component as shown in the list of preset codes ( End of this manual). Operation is not possible for some models.
The signals for the pressed buttons are emitted while setting the preset memory. To avoid accidental operation, cover the remote control units transmitting window while setting the preset memory. Depending on the model and year of manufacture, this function cannot be used for some models, even if they are of makes listed in the list of preset codes. Some manufacturers use more than one type of remote control code. Refer to the included list of preset codes to change the number and verify correct operation. The preset memory can be set for one component only among the following: CD-R/MD, DVD/VDP and DBS/CABLE.

Change of positioning and acoustic image with 5.1-channel systems

FL SW C FR

Number of surround back speakers
We recommend using two speakers. When using dipolar speakers in particular, be sure to use two speakers.
w When playing movies and musics
[As seen from above] Front speakers Center speaker
Placement of the surround left and right channels when using surround back speakers
We recommend installing the speakers for the surround L and R channels a bit forward.
Monitor Subwoofer 45 ~ 60 Surround speakers
[ As seen from the side ] Surround speaker Front speaker 2 to 3 feet Point slightly downwards Surround back speaker
Examples of speaker layouts
Below we introduce examples of speaker layouts. Refer to these to arrange your speakers according to their type and how you want to use them.
[1] Using surround back speaker(s)
q When mainly playing movies Recommended when your surround speakers are single or 2-way speakers.
Movement of acoustic image from SR to SL [As seen from above] Front speakers Center speaker
[2] When not using surround back speakers

[ As seen from above ]

Front speakers Center speaker
Change of positioning and acoustic image with 6.1-channel systems
Monitor Monitor Subwoofer 60 Surround speakers Surround speaker Surround back speaker Front speaker 2 to 3 feet 60 Point slightly downwards Subwoofer [As seen from the side] 60 Surround speaker Front speaker 2 to 3 feet [ As seen from the side ]

120 Surround speakers

Movement of acoustic image from SR to SB to SL
In addition to sources recorded in 6.1-channels, the surround effect of conventional 2- to 5.1-channel sources can also be enhanced.
Additional Information Additional Information

Surround

The AVR-1907 is equipped with a digital signal processing circuit that lets you play program sources in the surround mode to achieve the same sense of presence as in a movie theater.

DTS Digital Surround

DTS Digital Surround is a digital surround format developed by Digital Theater Systems of the United States. The number of playback channels and the playing band is the same as for Dolby Digital (5.1-channels). The compression rate of the audio data when it was recorded on the medium is lower than for Dolby Digital, so there is more information when the data is decoded, resulting in richer, clearer sound quality. MANUFACTURED UNDER LICENSE FROM DIGITAL THEATER SYSTEMS, INC. U.S. PAT. NOS. 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,226,616; 6,487,535 AND OTHER U.S. AND WORLDWIDE PATENTS ISSUED AND PENDING. DTS, DTSES, Neo:6, AND DTS 96/24 ARE TRADEMARKS OF DIGITAL THEATER SYSTEMS, INC. 1996, 2003 DIGITAL THEATER SYSTEMS, INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

DTS NEO:6 surround

This is a matrix decoding technology for 6.1-channel surround playback of 2-channel sources. The optimum decoding for the type of signal source to be played can be selected. There are two modes. DTS NEO:6 CINEMA: This mode is suited for playing movies. It achieves the same type of sound as in a movie theater, even with 2 channels. DTS NEO:6 MUSIC: This mode is suited for playing music. A natural sense of expansion is added to the sound field.
Dolby Surround [1] Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital is the multi-channel digital signal format developed by Dolby Laboratories. A total of 5.1-channels are played: three front channels (FL, FR and C), two surround channels (SL and SR) and the LFE channel for low frequencies. Because of this, there is no crosstalk between channels and a realistic sound field with a three-dimensional feeling (sense of distance, movement and positioning) is achieved. A real, overpowering sense of presence is achieved when playing movie sources in AV rooms as well.

Neural Surround

Neural Surround, a breakthrough in audio technology, will bring the excitement of surround music to more of Americas listening audience. It provides the rich envelopment and discrete image detail of surround sound in a format 100 % compatible with stereo. With superior spectral resolution and channel separation, Neural Surround draws the brains attention to sonic details in musical instruments, vocals, and ambience that are typically masked by other playback systems. This allows the listener to fully experience the richness and subtleties in recorded performance as never before. As the chosen format for XM Satellite Radios new XM HD surround programming, Neural Surround will help deliver more surround music to more listeners than any other broadcast format. XM Satellite Radio will be the first radio company -to broadcast surround sound on the radio 24 hours a day and will offer three channels fully dedicated to Neural Surround music. This alone will amount to more than 25,000 hours of Neural Surround music each year.
[2] Dolby Pro Logic II Dolby Pro Logic II is a matrix decoding technology developed by Dolby

Troubleshooting Symptom

No sound is produced from subwoofer.

Troubleshooting

If a problem should arise, first check the following. 1. Are the connections correct? 2. Have you operated the receiver according to the Operating Instructions? 3. Are the speakers and other components operating properly? If this unit is not operating properly, check the items listed in the table below. Should the problem persist, there may be a malfunction. Disconnect the power immediately and contact your store of purchase. Symptom
Display not lit and sound not produced when POWER switch set to on. Display lit but sound not produced.
Subwoofers power is not on. Subwoofers initial setting is set to NO. Subwoofers output is not connected. The subwoofers channel volume level is set to OFF.
Turn on the power. Set the setting to YES. Connect properly. Turn the subwoofers channel volume level up. (Dolby/DTS

54, 32

No test tones are produced. No sound is produced from surround speakers. This unit does not operate properly when remote control unit is used.
Surround mode is set to a mode Set to STANDARD other than STANDARD (Dolby/DTS Surround). Surround). Surround mode is set to STEREO. Batteries dead. Remote control unit too far from this unit. Obstacle between this unit and remote control unit. Different button is being pressed. < and > ends of batteries inserted in reverse.
Set to a mode other than STEREO. Replace with new batteries. Move closer. Remove obstacle. Press the proper button. Insert batteries properly.
Power supply cord not plugged in Check the insertion of the power securely. supply cord plug.
Speaker cables not securely connected. FUNCTION knob position is not appropriate. Volume control set to minimum. MUTING is on. No digital signal is being input.
Connect securely. Switch to the proper position. Turn volume up to suitable level. Switch off MUTING. Properly select a digital signal input source.

 

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