Harman Kardon AVR 125
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Harman Kardon AVR 125 Product Illus. Guide – Front Panel Information Display
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in operation, the indicator will turn green. Should the indicator turn red, turn the unit off using the Main Power Switch 1 and check the speaker wire connections to make certain that there are no short circuits. 4 Headphone Jack: This jack may be used to listen to the AVR 125s output through a pair of headphones. Be certain that the headphones have a standard 1/4" stereo phone plug. The speakers will automatically be turned off when the headphone jack is in use. 5 Selector Buttons: When you are establishing the AVR 125s configuration settings, use these buttons to select from the choices available, as shown in the Main Information Display. 6 Tone Mode: Pressing this button enables or disables the Bass and Treble tone controls. When the button is pressed so that the words TONE IN appear in the Main Information Display , the
settings of the Bass & and Treble ( controls may be used to adjust the output signals. When the button is pressed once or twice so that the words TONE OUT appear in the Main Information Display , the output signal will be flat, without any bass or tre ble alteration, no matter how the actual Bass and Treble Controls &( are adjusted. 7 Surround Mode Selector: Press this button to change the surround mode by scrolling through the list of available modes. Depending on the type of input, some modes are not always available. (See page 22 for more information about surround modes.) 8 Tuning Selector: Press the left side of the button to tune lower-frequency stations and the right side of the button to tune higher-frequency stations. When a station with a strong signal is reached, the TUNED Indicator Q will be illuminated in the Main Information Display .
In Manual tuning mode, tap the button lightly and note that the tuner will step up one frequency increment per button press. When the button is held for a few seconds you will note that the unit will quickly advance through the frequency band. Release it and the tuner will stop. In Auto tuning mode, each press of the button will search for the next station with an acceptable signal. Press and hold the button to skip through the acceptable stations. When the button is released, the tuner will not stop until it reaches a station with an acceptable frequency. To switch back and forth between the Auto and Manual tuning modes, press the Tuning Mode Selector @. 9 AM/FM Selector: Pressing this button will automatically switch the AVR 125 to the Tuner mode. Pressing it again will switch between the AM and FM frequency bands. (See page 25 for more information on the tuner.) ) Preset Stations Selector: Press this button to scroll up or down through the list of stations that have been entered into the preset memory. (See page 25 for more information on tuner presets.) ! Input Source Selector: Press this button to change the input by scrolling up or down through the list of Input Indicators. @ Tuning Mode Selector: Press this button to select Auto or Manual tuning. When the button is pressed so that the AUTO Indicator R lights, the tuner will search for the next station with an acceptable signal when the Tuning Selector 8u is pressed. When the button is pressed so that the AUTO Indicator R is not lit, each press of the Tuning Selector 8u will increase the frequency. This button may also be used to switch between Stereo and Mono modes for FM radio reception. When weak reception is encountered, press the button until the STEREO Indicator P goes out to switch to Mono reception. Press and hold again to switch back to STEREO mode. (See page 25 for more information on using the tuner.) # Digital Optical 3 Input: Connect the optical digital audio output of an audio or video product to this jack. When the input is not in use, be certain to keep the plastic cap installed to avoid dust contamination that might degrade future performance. $ Digital Coax 3 Input: This jack is used for connection to the output of portable audio devices, video game consoles or other products that have a coax digital audio jack. % Video 3 Video Input Jacks: These jacks may be used for temporary connection to the composite or SVideo output of video games, camcorders or other portable video products. ^ Video 3 Audio Input Jacks: These audio jacks may be used for temporary connection to video games or portable audio/video products such as camcorders and portable audio players. & Bass Control: Turn this control to modify the lowfrequency output of the left/right channels by as much as 10dB, when the unit is in the Surround Off mode. Set this control to a suitable position for your taste or room acoustics. * Balance Control: Turn this control to change the relative volume for the front left/right channels. NOTE: For proper operation of the surround modes this control should be at the midpoint or 12 oclock position. ( Treble Control: Turn this control to modify the high frequency output of the left/right channels by as much as 10dB, when the unit is in the Surround Off mode. Set this control to a suitable position for your taste or room acoustics. Volume Control: Turn this knob clockwise to increase the volume, counterclockwise to decrease the volume. If the AVR 125 is muted, adjusting the Volume Control 33 will automatically release the unit from the silenced condition. Set Button: When making choices during the setup and configuration process, press this button to enter the desired setting as shown in the Main Information Display into the AVR 125s memory. The set button may also be used to change the display brightness. (See page 26.) Input Indicators: A green LED will light in front of the input that is currently being used as the source for the AVR 125. Delay: Press this button to begin the sequence of steps required to enter delay time settings. (See page 19 for more information on delay times.) Digital Input Selector: When playing a source that has a digital output, press this button to select between the Optical #c and Coaxial $ Digital inputs or to select the sources analog input. (See pages 2325 for more information on digital audio.) Main Information Display: This display delivers messages and status indications to help you operate the receiver. (See pages 78 for a complete explanation of the Information Display.) Channel Select Button: Press this button to begin the process of trimming the channel output levels using an external audio source. (For more information on output level trim adjustment, see page 25.) Speaker Select Button: Press this button to begin the process of configuring the unit to match the type of speakers used in your listening room. (See pages 1619 for more information on speaker setup and configuration.) Test Tone Selector: Press this button to begin the process of adjusting the channel output levels using the internal test tone as a reference. (For more information on output level adjustment, see page 18.) Surround Mode Indicators: A green LED will light in front of the surround mode that is currently in use. Remote Sensor Window: The sensor behind this window receives infrared signals from the remote control. Aim the remote at this area and do not block or cover it.
FRONT-PANEL INFORMATION DISPLAY
R Q PO NM
AUTO TUNED ST MEM PRESET SLEEP
L SL C NIGHT LFE SR R
D OPT 123 COAX 123 ANALOG
dB KHz MHz DSP VMAx NF LOGIC 7 CM
Q Tuned Indicator R Auto Indicator S Analog Input Indicator T Coaxial Digital Input Indicators U Optical Digital Input Indicators
A Bitstream Indicators B DTS Mode Indicator C Dolby Digital Indicator D Dolby Pro Logic II Indicator E Dolby 3 Stereo Indicator/Stereo Indicator F Main Information Display G DSP Mode Indicator H VMAx Mode Indicators
I Logic 7 Mode Indicators J Preset Number/Sleep Timer K Night Mode Indicator L Speaker/Channel Input Indicators M Preset Indicator N Sleep Indicator O Memory Indicator P Stereo Indicator
A Bitstream Indicators: When the input is a digital source, one of these indicators will light to display the specific type of data signal in use. B DTS Mode Indicator: This indicator lights when a DTS-encoded source is playing and DTS Surround decoding is in use. C Dolby Digital Indicator: This indicator lights when a Dolby Digital source is being played and Dolby Digital surround decoding is in use. D Dolby Pro Logic II Indicator: This indicator lights when the Dolby Pro Logic II mode has been selected. It is possible to see the Dolby Pro Logic II indicator lit simultaneously with the Dolby Digital indicator, even though the Dolby Digital surround mode has been selected. This is due to the specifications for Dolby Digital processing, which require that the Dolby Pro Logic II mode be used any time a 2-channel Dolby signal is detected. If you desire 5.1-channel audio, check the audio settings in the menus for both your DVD player and your DVD disc to make sure that a 5.1-channel Dolby Digital sound track is available and has been selected. E Dolby 3 Stereo Indicator/Stereo Indicator: The entire indicator lights when the Dolby 3 Stereo mode has been selected. When the surround modes are turned off so that two-channel stereo playback is in use, only the ST indicator will light.
F Main Information Display: This display shows messages relating to the status, input source, surround mode, tuner, volume level or other aspects of the AVR 125s operation. G DSP Mode Indicator: This indicator lights when any of the surround modes created by Digital Signal Processing, or DSP are in use. These modes include Hall 1, Hall 2, Theater and 5-Channel Stereo. H VMAx Mode Indicators: This indicator lights when the VMAx mode is in use. VMAx F appears when the Far Field VMAx mode is selected; VMAx N appears when the Near Field VMAx mode is selected. (See page 22 for a description of the VMAx modes.) I Logic 7 Mode Indicators: These indicators light when the Logic 7 mode is in use. LOGIC 7C appears for the Cinema version of Logic 7; LOGIC 7M appears for the Music version of Logic 7. (See page 22 for a description of the Logic 7 modes.) J Preset Number/Sleep Timer: When the tuner is in use, these numbers indicate the specific preset memory location in use. (See page 25 for more information on preset stations.) When the Sleep function is in use, these numbers show how many minutes remain before the unit goes into the Standby mode. (See page 21 for information on the Sleep Function.) K Night Mode Indicator: This indicator lights when the AVR 125 is in the Night mode, which preserves the dynamic range of digital program material at low
to operate another device or when a macro command is being programmed, this button is pressed with the Input Selector Button e to begin the programming process. (See page 27 for more information on programming the remote.)
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
System Installation After unpacking the unit, and placing it on a solid surface capable of supporting its weight, you will need to make the connections to your audio and video equipment. Audio Equipment Connections We recommend that you use high-quality interconnect cables when making connections to source equipment and recorders to preserve the integrity of the signals. When making connections to audio source equipment or speakers it is always a good practice to unplug the unit from the AC wall outlet. This prevents any possibility of accidentally sending audio or transient signals to the speakers that may damage them. 1. Connect the analog output of a CD player to the CD Inputs. NOTE: When the CD player has both fixed and variable audio outputs it is best to use the fixed output unless you find that the input to the receiver is so low that the sound is noisy, or so high that the signal is distorted. 2. Connect the analog Play/Out jacks of a cassette deck, MD, CD-R or other audio recorder to the Tape Input Jacks. Connect the analog Record/In jacks on the recorder to the Tape Output Jacks on the AVR 125. 3. Connect the output of any digital sources to the appropriate input connections on the AVR 125 rear panel. Note that the Optical and Coaxial Digital Inputs c#$ may be used with a Dolby Digital or DTS source such as a DVD player, or the output of a conventional CD or LD players PCM (S/P-DIF) output. 4. Connect the Optical Digital Output or Coaxial Digital Output on the rear panel of the AVR 125 to the matching digital input connections on a CD-R or MiniDisc recorder. 5. Assemble the AM Loop Antenna supplied with the unit as shown below. Connect it to the AM and GND Screw Terminals . cable TV system. Note that if the antenna or connection uses 300-ohm twin-lead cable, you must use the 300-ohm-to-75-ohm adapter supplied with the unit to make the connection. 7. If you have a DVD-Audio or SACD player, or other component that includes an onboard surround decoder and 6-channel line-level audio outputs, you may connect these audio outputs to the 6-Channel Direct Inputs e. It is also necessary to connect the coax or optical digital output of a DVD player to coax or optical digital inputs on the AVR 125 c#$ to take advantage of Dolby Digital or DTS soundtracks. Connect the DVD players video outputs to the DVD Video Input Jacks g. For audio-only sources, such as DVD audio or SACD, select the 6-Channel Direct Input source. For video sources, such as a DVD select the DVD Input. 8. Connect the front, center and surround Speaker Outputs to the respective speakers. To ensure that all the audio signals are carried to your speakers without loss of clarity or resolution, we suggest that you use high-quality speaker cable. Many brands of cable are available and the choice of cable may be influenced by the distance between your speakers and the receiver, the type of speakers you use, personal preferences and other factors. Your dealer or installer is a valuable resource to consult in selecting the proper cable. Regardless of the brand of cable selected, we recommend that you use a cable constructed of fine, multistrand copper with a gauge of 14 or smaller. Remember that in specifying cable, the lower the number, the thicker the cable. Cable with a gauge of 16 may be used for short runs of less than ten feet. We do not recommend that you use cables with an AWG equivalent of 18 or higher due to the power loss and degradation in performance that will occur. Cables that are run inside walls should have the appropriate markings to indicate listing with UL, CSA or other appropriate testing agency standards. Questions about running cables inside walls should be referred to your installer or a licensed electrical contractor who is familiar with the NEC and/or the applicable local building codes in your area. When connecting wires to the speakers, be certain to observe proper polarity. Remember to connect the negative or black wire to the same terminal on both the receiver and the speaker. The AVR 125 conforms to the latest CEA-recommended color-coding for speaker terminals. Accordingly, the positive (+) terminal, which was previously red, is now a specific color to assist you in making the correct connections. If your speakers have color-coded connections, match the terminal on the AVR 125 to the like terminal on your speakers. For existing speakers with a red terminal for the positive connection, the connections on the AVR 125 are as follows: Front Left = White Front Right = Red Center = Green Surround Left = Blue Surround Right = Gray While most speaker manufacturers adhere to an industry convention of using black terminals for negative and red ones for positive, some manufacturers may vary from this configuration. To ensure proper phase and optimal performance, consult the identification plate on your speaker or the speakers manual to verify polarity. If you do not know the polarity of your speaker, ask your dealer for advice before proceeding, or consult the speakers manufacturer. We also recommend that the length of cable used to connect speaker pairs be identical. For example, use the same length piece of cable to connect the front-left and front-right or surround-left and surround-right speakers, even if the speakers are a different distance from the AVR 125. 9. Connections to a subwoofer are normally made via a line-level audio connection from the Subwoofer Output to the line-level input of a subwoofer with a built-in amplifier. When a passive subwoofer is used, the connection first goes to a power amplifier, which will be connected to one or more subwoofer speakers. If you are using a powered subwoofer that does not have line-level input connections, follow the instructions furnished with the speaker for connection information. Video Equipment Connections Video equipment is connected in the same manner as audio components. Again, the use of high-quality interconnect cables is recommended to preserve signal quality. Although any compatible video device may be connected to any video input (with the exception of the Video 1 Output Jacks bk 31 , which may only be connected to a video recorder), to make programming device codes into the remote control easier, we recommend that you connect your VCR to the Video 1 Connectors abijk 31 , your television to the Video 2 Connectors d , and your cable-TV converter or satellite receiver to the Video 3 Connectors %^. 1. Connect a VCRs audio and video Play/Out jacks to the Video 1 Input Jacks aij on the rear panel. The Audio and Video Record/In jacks on the VCR
When all audio, video and system connections have been made, there are a few configuration adjustments that must be made. A few minutes spent to correctly configure and calibrate the unit will greatly add to your listening experience. Speaker Selection and Placement The placement of speakers in a multichannel home theater system can have a noticeable impact on the quality of sound reproduced. No matter which type or brand of speakers is used, the same model or brand of speaker should be used for the left front, center and right front speakers. This creates a seamless front soundstage and eliminates the possibility of distracting sonic disturbances that occur when a sound moves across mismatched front-channel speakers. Speaker Placement Depending on the type of center channel speaker in use and your viewing device, place the center speaker either directly above or below your TV, or in the center behind a perforated front projection screen. Once the center channel speaker is installed, position the left front and right front speakers so that they are as far away from one another as the center channel speaker is from the preferred listening position. Ideally, the front-channel speakers should be placed so that their tweeters are no more than 24" above or below the tweeter in the center channel speaker. Depending on the specifics of your room acoustics and the type of speakers in use, you may find that imaging is improved by moving the left front and right front speakers slightly forward of the center channel speaker. If possible, adjust all front loudspeakers so that they are aimed at ear height when you are seated in the listening position. Using these guidelines, youll find that it takes some experimentation to find the correct location for the front speakers in your particular installation. Dont be afraid to move things around until the system sounds correct. Optimize your speakers so that audio transitions across the front of the room sound smooth, and that sounds from all speakers appear to arrive at the listening position at the same time (without delay from the center speaker compared to the left and right speakers). Surround speakers should be placed on the side walls of the room, at or slightly behind the listening position. The center of the speaker should face into the room. The speakers should be located so that the bottom of the cabinet is at least two feet higher than the listeners ears when the listeners are seated in the desired area. If side-wall mounting is not practical, the speakers may be placed on a rear wall, behind the listening C) Optimal placement of surround speaker
If the front left/right speakers are set to LARGE, three options are available: If no subwoofer is connected to the AVR 125, press the / Buttons mq on the remote so that SW NONE appears in the Main Information Display F. When this option is selected, all bass information will be routed to the front left/right main speakers. If a subwoofer is connected to the AVR 125, you have the option to have the front left/right main speakers reproduce bass frequencies at all times, and have the subwoofer operate only when the AVR 125 is being used with a digital source that contains a dedicated Low-Frequency Effects, or LFE, soundtrack. This allows you to use both your main and subwoofer speakers to take advantage of the special bass created for certain movies. Press / Buttons mq on the remote so that SW (LFE) appears in the Main Information Display F. If a subwoofer is connected and you wish to use it for bass reproduction in conjunction with the main front left/right speakers, regardless of the type of program source or surround mode you are listening to, press the / Buttons mq on the remote so that L/R+LFE appears in the Main Information Display F. When this option is selected, a complete feed will be sent to the front left/right main speakers, and the subwoofer will receive bass frequencies below 100Hz. 11. When all speaker selections have been made, press the Set Button o 21 to return to normal operation. In this mode, the front left and right speakers will automatically be configured as LARGE, and it will not be possible to configure these speakers as SMALL. You may configure the subwoofer as ON or OFF by pressing the Speaker Select Button 31 until S-W SPKR appears in the Main Information Display F. Press the / Buttons mq or the Selector Buttons 5 to select the desired option, and the Set Button o to enter the selection. Stereo-Digital Mode If your front left and right speakers are not capable of handling a full-range input, you may prefer to take advantage of the AVR 125s bass management capability. When listening in the Stereo mode, press the Surround Mode Selector 7j until SURROUND OFF A/D MODE scrolls across the Main Information Display F, the Surround Mode Indicator for Surround Off is lit and both the Stereo Indicator E and the DSP Mode Indicator G are lit. In this mode, the analog input will be converted to digital and routed to the digital signal processor for bass management processing before it is converted back to analog and output to the front left and right speakers. To configure your front left and right speakers in this mode, press the Speaker Select Button 31 until FNT SPKR appears in the Main Information Display F, and then press the Set Button o. Press the / Buttons mq or the Selector Buttons 5 until either LARGE or SMALL appears, matching the type of speakers you have at the front-left and front-right positions, as described on page 17. When SMALL is selected, low-frequency sounds will be sent to the subwoofer output only, and the subwoofer speaker will automatically be configured as ON. If you choose the SMALL configuration and there is no subwoofer connected, you will not hear any low-frequency sounds. When LARGE is selected, a full-range output will be sent to the front-left and front-right speakers, and NO low-frequency signals will be sent to the subwoofer output. proper directionality and intensity. IMPORTANT NOTE: Listeners are often confused about the operation of the surround channels. While some assume that sound should always be coming from each speaker, most of the time there will be little or no sound in the surround channels. This is because they are only used when a movie director or sound mixer specifically places sound there to create ambience, a special effect or to continue action from the front of the room to the rear. When the output levels are properly set, it is normal for surround speakers to operate only occasionally. Artificially increasing the volume to the rear speakers may destroy the illusion of an enveloping sound field that duplicates the way you hear sound in a movie theater or concert hall. Before beginning the adjustment process, make certain that all speaker connections have been properly made. The system volume should be set to the level that you will use during a typical listening session. Finally, make certain that the Balance Control * is set to the center 12 oclock position. To assist in making speaker configuration settings, the icons in the Speaker/Channel Input Indicators L change as the speaker type is selected at each position. When only the center icon box containing the abbreviation for the speaker position is lit, the speaker is set for small. When the inner box and the two outer boxes are lit, the speaker is set for large. When no indicator appears at a speaker location, that position is set for none or no speaker. For example, in the following figure, the left front and right front speakers are set for large, the center, surround left (SL) and surround right (SR) speakers are set for small, and a subwoofer is set, as shown by the box with the abbreviation LFE, which stands for lowfrequency effects.
Configuring the Surround Off (Stereo) Modes
For superior reproduction of two-channel program materials, the AVR 125 offers two Stereo modes: an analog Stereo-Direct mode that bypasses the digital signal processing circuitry for a completely analog signal path that preserves the purity of the original signal, and a digital mode that is capable of providing bass management for optimal distribution of the low frequencies between smaller speakers and a subwoofer. Stereo-Direct (Bypass) Mode When the analog Stereo-Direct mode is selected by pressing the Surround Mode Selector 7j until SURROUND OFF STEREO scrolls across the Main Information Display F and the Surround Mode Indicator for Surround Off is lit, the AVR 125 will pass the analog source material directly through to the front left and right speakers, bypassing the digital processing circuitry.
Output Level Adjustment
Output level adjustment is a key part of the configuration process for any surround sound product. It is particularly important for a Dolby Digital receiver such as the AVR 125, as correct output levels will ensure that you hear sound tracks in their proper place with the
To adjust and calibrate the output levels, follow these steps. For accurate calibration, it is a good idea to make these adjustments while seated in your favorite listening position:
1. Put the AVR 125 in the Dolby Pro Logic II mode by pressing the Surround Mode Selector 7 on the front panel, or by pressing the Surround Mode Selector j on the remote, until DOLBY PRO LOGIC IIMOVIE scrolls across the Main Information Display F and the Pro Logic II Indicators D 29 light. Output level adjustment using the test tone is not available in the Stereo modes. However, in the Stereo-Digital mode, you may trim the output levels using program material, as described on page 25. 2. Press the Test Button h on the remote. TEST FL 0dB will appear in the Main Information Display F and the letters FL will flash once each second. 3. The test noise will immediately begin to circulate among the speakers in a clockwise rotation, pausing at each position for three seconds. As the test noise rotates, the speaker position will be shown in the Main Information Display F. NOTE: This is a good time to verify that the speakers have been properly connected. As the test noise circulates, listen to make certain that the sound comes from the speaker position shown in the Main Information Display. If the sound from a speaker location does NOT match the position indicated in the display, turn the AVR 125 off using the Main Power Switch 1 and check the speaker wiring to make certain that each speaker is connected to the correct output terminal. 4. After checking for speaker placement, let the test noise circulate, and listen to see which channels sound louder than the others. Using the front left (FL in the display) speaker as a reference, press the / Buttons mq on the remote or the Selector Buttons 5 on the front panel for each channel to begin to bring them to the same level. Note that when one of the buttons is pushed, the test noise circulation will pause on the channel being adjusted to give you time to make the adjustment. When you release the button, the circulation will resume after 15 seconds. 5. Continue to adjust the individual speakers until they all have the same volume. Note that adjustments should be made with the / Buttons mq on the remote or the Selector Buttons 5 on the front panel only, NOT the main volume controls. Then press the Set Button o 21 to memorize the change. If you are using a sound pressure (SPL) meter for precise level adjustment, set the volume so that the meter reads 75dB, C-Weighting Slow. NOTE: The subwoofer output level is not adjustable using the test tone. To change the subwoofer level, follow the steps for Output Level Trim Adjustment on page 25. 6. When you have adjusted the output so that all channels have the same level, press the Test Button h on the remote to complete the adjustment. Delay Settings Due to the different distances between the front-channel speakers and the listening position compared to the surround speakers and the listening position, the amount of time it takes for sound to reach your ears from the front or surround speakers may differ. You may compensate for this difference through the use of the delay settings to adjust the timing to tailor the specific speaker placement and acoustic conditions in your listening room or home theater. The factory setting is appropriate for most rooms, but some installations create an uncommon distance between the front and surround speakers that may cause the arrival of front-channel sounds to become disconnected from surround-channel sounds. To resynchronize the front and surround channels, follow these steps: 1. Measure the distance from the listening/ viewing position to the front speakers. 2. Measure the distance from the listening/ viewing position to the surround speakers. 3. Subtract the distance to the surround speakers from the distance to the front speakers. a. When setting the delay time for the Dolby Digital surround mode, the optimal delay time is the result of that subtraction. For example, if the front speakers are 10 feet away and the surround speakers are five feet away, the optimal delay time is figured as 105=5. Thus, in this example, the delay time for Dolby Digital should be set at five milliseconds. b. When setting the delay time for the Pro Logic II modes, take the result of the subtraction and add 15 to obtain the optimal delay time. For example, if the front speakers are 10 feet away and the surround speakers are five feet away, the optimal delay time is figured as 105+15=20. Thus, in this example, the Pro Logic II delay should be set at 20 milliseconds. NOTE: The Theater and Hall modes use a fixed, nonadjustable delay time. The Dolby Digital mode also includes a separate setting for the center channel delay mode, since the discrete nature of these signals makes the location of the center channel speaker more critical. To calculate the delay for the center channel, measure the distance from the preferred listening position in the center of the room to both the center channel speaker and either the left or right speaker. If the distances are equal, no further adjustment is required and the center delay should be set to zero. If the distance to the front speakers is greater than the distance to the center speaker, you may wish to reposition the speakers by moving the front-left and frontright speakers closer to the listening position or the center speaker further away from the listening position. If repositioning of the speakers is not possible, adjust the center delay time, adding one millisecond of center channel delay for every foot closer to the listening position the center speaker is than the front speaker. For example, if the front-left and front-right speakers are each 10 feet from the listening position and the center channel speaker is eight feet away, the delay is figured as 108=2, suggesting an optimal center delay of two milliseconds. To set the delay times, follow these steps: 1. Put the AVR 125 in the Dolby Pro Logic II Movies mode by pressing the Surround Mode Selector 7 on the front panel or by pressing the Surround Mode Selector j on the remote, until DOLBY PRO LOGIC II MOVIE appears in the Main Information Display F and the Pro Logic II Indicator D lights up. 2. Press the Delay Button on the remote or front panel. The words SR DELAY will appear in the Main Information Display F. 3. Press the Set Button o 21. 4. Adjust the delay time by pressing the / Buttons mq on the remote or the Selector Buttons 5 on the front panel until the delay time figure calculated using the formula entered above appears in the display. 5. If only analog sources will be used, no adjustment is needed for the center channel delay. In that case, press the Set Button o 21 to enter the surround delay settings into the AVR 125s memory. However, if you will be using digital sources and the calculations outlined above indicate that the center channel delay requires an adjustment, continue with the following steps. 6. Before setting the center channel delay time, make certain that a digital source has been selected. 7. Select the Dolby Digital mode by pressing either the Surround Mode Selector 7 on the front panel or the Surround Mode Selector j on the remote, until DOLBY DIGITAL appears in the Main Information Display F.
8. Press the Delay Button on the remote or front panel. The words SR DELAY will appear in the Main Information Display F. 9. Press the Set Button o 21 , and then immediately press the / Buttons mq on the remote or the Selector Buttons 5 on the front panel until the desired delay time for the surround channels is shown in the display. 10. Press the Set Button o 21 within three seconds after the desired setting is shown. 11. Press the / Buttons mq on the remote once so that CT DELAY appears in the Main Information Display F. 12. Press the the Set Button o 21. 13. Press the / Buttons mq on the remote or the Selector Buttons 5 on the front panel until the desired delay time for the center channel appears in the display. 14. Press the Set Button o 21 to enter the setting into the AVR 125s memory. Additional Input Adjustments In addition to the major adjustments described in the preceding pages, you may also wish to set the type of audio source (analog or digital) to be used with an input at this time. Once a specific audio source type is associated with any of the inputs, it will remain in the memory until it is changed, even when another input is selected. To attach one of the digital inputs to a specific source, follow these steps: 1. Press the Digital Button p 24. 2. Immediately press the / Buttons mq or Selector Buttons 5 to scroll through the list of available digital inputs or the analog input. 3. When the desired input type is shown in both the Main Information Display F and in the Analog S, Coaxial Digital Input T or Optical Digital Input U Indicators, press the Set Button o 21 to enter the setting into the unit's memory. When the Stereo-Direct (Surround Off) mode is in use, you may only select the analog input for a source. When the Stereo-Digital mode is in use, you may select from any of the digital inputs that you have connected to your source components. You may also memorize a specific surround mode so that it will always be used when an input is selected. The AVR 125 always remembers the last surround mode used with any input, but during the setup process you may wish to preset the modes for each source. To do that, follow these steps: 1. Select an input by pressing one of the Input Selectors e 35 ! or the AM/FM Tuner Select g. 2. Press the Surround Mode Selector j7, and immediately press the / Buttons mq or Surround Mode Selector 7 to scroll through the list of available surround modes. Note that the name of each mode will scroll from right to left across the Main Information Display F. To avoid having the system time out and exit the select process, be sure to press the / Buttons mq or Surround Mode Selector 7 to select the next mode at any time the mode name is displayed. 3. When the desired mode name appears in the Main Information Display F and in the Surround Mode Indicators 29 , simply pause for a few seconds to allow the unit to time out. Your selection will be memorized and will be activated each time the input is selected until another mode is selected. 4. Repeat the process for each of the inputs. 5. When the desired Surround mode has been entered for all inputs, press the Set Button o. Once the settings outlined on the previous pages have been made, the AVR 125 is ready for operation. While there are some additional settings to be made, these are best done after you have had an opportunity to listen to a variety of sources and different kinds of program material. These settings are described on pages 21 through 26 of this manual. In addition, any of the settings made in the initial configuration of the unit may be changed at any time. As you add new or different sources or speakers, or if you wish to change a setting to better reflect your listening taste, simply follow the instructions for changing the settings for that parameter, as shown in this section. Having completed the setup and configuration process for your AVR 125, you are about to experience the finest in music and home theater listening. Enjoy!
Once you have completed the setup and configuration of the AVR 125, it is simple to operate and enjoy. The following instructions will help you maximize the enjoyment of your new receiver: Turning the AVR 125 On or Off When using the AVR 125 for the first time, you must press the Main Power Switch 1 on the front panel to turn the unit on. This places the unit in a Standby mode, as indicated by the amber color of the Power Indicator 3. Once the unit is in Standby, you may begin a listening session by pressing the System Power Control 2 on the front panel or the AVR Selector f. Note that the Power Indicator 3 will turn green. This will turn the unit on and return it to the input source that was last used. The unit may also be turned on from Standby by pressing any of the Input Selector Buttons eg 35 on the remote or the Input Source Selector ! on the front panel. NOTE: After pressing one of the Input Selector Buttons eg 35 to turn the unit on, press the AVR Selector f to set the remote control to the AVR 125s functions. To turn the unit off at the end of a listening session, simply press the System Power Control 2 on the front panel or the Power Off Button a on the remote. Power will be shut off to any equipment plugged into the rear-panel Switched AC Outlet and the Power Indicator 3 will turn amber. When the remote is used to turn the unit off it is actually placing the system in a Standby mode, as indicated by the amber color of the Power Indicator 3. To program the AVR 125 for automatic turn-off, press the Sleep Button i on the remote. Each press of the button will decrease the time before shut down in the following sequence: function is programmed. To cancel the Sleep function, press and hold the Sleep Buttoni until the information display returns to normal brightness, the Sleep indicator numbers disappear and the words SLEEP 0 appear in the Main Information Display F. When you will be away from home for an extended period of time it is always a good idea to completely turn the unit off with the front-panel Main Power Switch 1. NOTE: All preset memories are lost if the unit is left turned off by using the Main Power Switch 1 for more than one week.
Adjust the volume to a comfortable level using the front-panel Volume Control or remote Volume Up/Down 33 buttons. When listening in one of the Stereo modes with the surround circuits off, the Balance Control * may be used to adjust the relative sound output between the front left and right speakers. To temporarily silence all speaker outputs press the Mute Button 36. This will interrupt the output to all speakers and the headphone jack, but it will not affect any recording or dubbing that may be in progress. Press the Mute Button 36 again or adjust the volume to return to normal operation. During a listening session you may wish to adjust the Bass Control & and Treble Control ( to suit your listening tastes or room acoustics. To set the output of the AVR 125 so that the output is flat, with the tone controls deactivated, press the Tone Mode Button 6 until the words Tone Out appear momentarily in the Main Information Display F. To return the tone controls to an active condition, press the Tone Mode Button 6 until the words Tone In momentarily appear in the Main Information Display F. For private listening, plug the 1/4" stereo phone plug from a pair of stereo headphones into the front panel Headphone Jack 4. Note that when the headphones plug is connected, the word HEADPHONE IN will scroll once across the Main Information Display F and all speakers will be silenced. When the headphone plug is removed, the audio feed to the speakers will be restored.
To select a source, press any of the Source Selector Buttons eg 35 on the remote. The input source may also be changed by pressing the front-panel Input Source Selector !. Each press of the button will move the input selection through the list of available inputs. As the input is changed, the AVR 125 will automatically switch to the digital input (if selected), surround mode, speaker configuration, output levels and night mode status that were entered during the configuration process for that source. The front-panel Video 3 Inputs %^ may be used to connect your cable television converter or satellite receiver, or you may connect a device such as a video game or camcorder to your home entertainment system on a temporary basis. As the input source is changed, the new input name will momentarily appear in the Main Information Display F and a green LED will light next to the selected inputs name in the front-panel Input Indicators. When an audio source is selected, the last video input used remains routed to the Video 1 Outputs bk and Video Monitor Outputs f. This allows you to listen to an audio input such as the tuner while watching one of the video inputs. When a Video source is selected, the video signal for that input will be routed to the Video Monitor Outputs f and will be viewable on a TV monitor connected to the AVR 125.
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80 min 30 min
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60 min 10 min
50 min OFF
The sleep time will be displayed in the Preset Number/Sleep Timer Indicator J and it will count down until the time has elapsed. When the programmed sleep time has elapsed, the unit will automatically turn off. Note that the front panel display will dim to one half brightness when the Sleep
Surround Mode Chart
MODE Dolby Digital FEATURES Available only with digital input sources encoded with Dolby Digital data. It provides up to five separate main audio channels and a special dedicated Low-Frequency Effects channel. Available only with digital input sources encoded with DTS data. Available on special DVD, LD and audio-only discs, DTS provides up to five separate main audio channels and a special dedicated low-frequency channel. Dolby Pro Logic II is the latest version of Dolby Laboratorys benchmark surround technology that decodes full-range, discrete left, center, right, right surround and left surround channels from either matrix surround-encoded programs or conventional stereo sources. The Dolby Pro Logic II Movies mode is optimized for movie soundtracks, while the Pro Logic II Music mode should be used with musical selections. The Pro Logic II Emulation mode re-creates original Pro Logic processing for those who prefer that presentation. Logic 7 is an advanced mode that extracts the maximum surround information from either surround-encoded programs or conventional stereo material. The Logic 7 C, or Cinema, mode should be used with any source that contains Dolby Surround or similar matrix encoding. Logic 7 C delivers increased center-channel intelligibility, and more accurate placement of sounds with fades and pans that are much smoother and more realistic than with other decoding techniques. The Logic 7 M, or Music, mode should be used with analog or PCM stereo sources. Logic 7 M enhances the listening experience by presenting a wider front soundstage and greater rear ambience. Both Logic 7 modes also direct low-frequency information to the subwoofer (if installed and configured) to deliver maximum bass impact. Uses the information contained in a surround-encoded or two-channel stereo program to create center-channel information. In addition, the information that is normally sent to the rear-channel surround speakers is carefully mixed in with the front-left and front-right channels for increased realism. Use this mode when you have a center channel speaker but no surround speakers. The Theater mode creates a sound field that resembles the acoustic feeling of a standard live performance theater. The two Hall modes create sound fields that resemble a small (Hall1) or medium-sized (Hall 2) concert hall. When only the two front-channel loudspeakers are used, Harmans patented VMAx mode delivers a threedimensional sound space with the illusion of phantom speakers at the center and surround positions. The VMAx N, or Near Field, mode should be selected when your listening position is less than five feet from the speakers. The VMAx F, or Far Field, mode should be selected when your listening position is greater than five feet from the speakers. The VMAx modes are also available using the Headphone Jack 4. When headphones are being used, the Far Field mode will appear to push the sound field away from your ears, reducing the inside the head sensation often experienced when using headphones. This mode takes advantage of multiple speakers to place a stereo signal at both the front and back of a room. Ideal for playing music in situations such as a party, it places the same signal at the front-left and surround-left, and front-right and surround-right speakers. The center channel is fed a summed mono mix of the in-phase material of the left and right channels. These modes turn off all surround processing and present the pure left- and right-channel presentation of two-channel stereo programs. The Stereo-Direct (Bypass) mode may only be used with analog source inputs, as it preserves the analog format of the audio signal for its entire path of travel through the receiver to the speaker and subwoofer outputs, bypassing all digital processing. Digital bass management is not available in Stereo-Direct mode. The Stereo-Digital mode can be used with either an analog or digital input, as the signal undergoes digital bass management to optimize the distribution of the low frequencies between the main speakers and a subwoofer. DELAY TIME RANGE Center: 0ms 5ms Initial Setting: 0ms Surround: 0ms 15ms Initial Setting: 0ms Delay time not adjustable
Dolby Pro Logic II Movies Music Emulation
Movies: 10ms 25ms Music: 0ms 15ms Emulation: 10ms 25ms
Logic 7 C Logic 7 M
Delay time not adjustable
Dolby 3 Stereo
No surround channels
Theater Hall 1 Hall 2 VMAx Near VMAx Far
Delay time not adjustable Delay time not adjustable No surround channels
No delay is available for this mode
Surround Off (Stereo) Stereo-Direct (Bypass) Stereo-Digital
Surround Mode Selection
One of the most important features of the AVR 125 is its ability to reproduce a full multichannel surround sound field from digital sources, analog matrix surround-encoded programs and standard stereo programs. In all, a total of 16 listening modes are available on the AVR 125. Selection of a surround mode is based on personal taste, as well as the type of program source material being used. For example, motion pictures or TV programs bearing the logo of one of the major surroundencoding processes, such as Dolby Surround*, DTS Stereo* or UltraStereo* may be played in either the Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic II or Logic 7 Cinema surround modes depending on the source material. NOTE: Once a program has been encoded with matrix surround information, it retains the surround information as long as the program is broadcast in stereo. Thus, movies with surround sound may be decoded via any of the analog surround modes such as Pro Logic II or Logic 7, when they are broadcast via conventional TV stations, cable, pay TV and satellite transmission. In addition, a number of made-for-television programs, sports broadcasts, radio dramas and music CDs are also recorded in surround sound. You may view a list of these programs at the Dolby Laboratories Web site at www.dolby.com. Even when a program is not listed as carrying intentional surround information, you may find that the Pro Logic II, Logic 7, VMAx and the Hall or Theater modes often deliver enveloping surround presentations through the use of the natural information present in all stereo recordings. However, for stereo, but not surround programs, we suggest that you experiment with the other modes. Surround modes are selected using either the front panel controls or the remote. To select a surround mode from the front panel, press the Surround Mode Selector 7 to scroll up or down through the list of available modes. To select a surround mode using the remote, press the Surround Mode Selectorj and then press the / Buttons mq to change the mode. As you press the buttons, the Surround mode name will appear in the Main Information Display F, and an individual mode indicator will also light up BCDEGHI. As the surround modes change, a green LED will light next to the current mode in the Surround Mode Indicators list on the front panel. NOTE: The name of each Surround Mode will scroll across the Main Information Display F while the modes are being selected. To avoid exiting from the surround mode selection process, push the or Button mq while a mode name is still visible. The Dolby Digital and DTS modes may only be selected when a digital input is in use. In addition, when a digital source is present, the AVR 125 will automatically select and switch to the correct mode (Dolby Digital or DTS), regardless of the mode that has been previously selected. For more information on selecting digital sources, see the following section of this manual. To listen to a program in traditional two-channel stereo, using the front-left and front-right speakers only (plus the subwoofer if installed and configured), follow the instructions shown above for using the remote until SURR OFF appears in the Main Information Display F. The Stereo-Direct (Bypass) mode may only be selected when an analog input is in use. DTS-encoded sound tracks are available on select DVD and LD discs, as well as on special audio-only DTS discs. You may use any LD or CD player equipped with a digital output to play DTS-encoded discs with the AVR 125. All that is required is to connect the players output to either the Optical or Coaxial input on the rear panel c or front panel #$. In order to listen to DVDs encoded with DTS sound tracks, the DVD player must be compatible with the DTS signal as indicated by a DTS logo on the players front panel. Early DVD players may not be able to play DTS-encoded DVDs. This does not indicate a problem with the AVR 125, as some players cannot pass the DTS signal through to the digital outputs. If you are in doubt as to the capability of your DVD player to handle DTS discs, consult the players owners manual. Please note that some DVD players are shipped with their output set for Dolby Digital only. To insure that DTS data is being sent to the AVR, please check the setup menu system on your DVD player to make certain that DTS data output is enabled.
Digital Status Indicators When a digital source is playing, the AVR 125 senses the type of bitstream data that is present. Using this information, the correct surround mode will automatically be selected. For example, DTS bitstreams will cause the unit to switch to DTS decoding, and Dolby Digital bitstreams will enable Dolby Digital decoding. When the unit senses PCM data from CDs or LDs, you may select any of the standard surround modes, such as Dolby Pro Logic II or Logic 7. Since the range of available surround modes is dependent on the type of digital data that is present, the AVR 125 uses a variety of indicators to let you know what type of signal is present. This will help you to understand the choice of modes. When a digital source is playing, a Bitstream Indicator A will light to show which type of signal is playing: D: When the DOLBY D indicator lights, a Dolby Digital bitstream is being received. Depending on the settings on the source player and specific surround information and number of channels on the disc, a number of surround modes are possible. For discs with full 5.1 audio, only the Dolby Digital and VMAx modes are available. When the Dolby Digital signal is only two-channel, you may also select from the Logic 7 Cinema/Music, Hall 1/2, Theater, Dolby Pro Logic II Movies, Music or Emulation, or Dolby 3 Stereo modes. When the AVR 125 senses a 2.0-channel Dolby Digital signal, the unit will automatically select Dolby Pro Logic II as the surround processing mode, and both the Dolby Digital C and Dolby Pro Logic II D surround-mode indicators will light in accordance with the requirements of Dolby Laboratories. DTS: When the DTS indicator lights, a DTS bitstream is being received. When the unit senses this type of data, only the DTS mode may be used. PCM: When the PCM indicator lights, a standard Pulse Code Modulation, or PCM, signal is being received. This is the type of digital audio used by conventional compact disc and laser disc recordings. When a PCM bitstream is present, all modes except Dolby Digital and DTS are available. When a high-resolution, 96kHz/24-bit PCM signal is detected, the name of the current source input followed by 96K, for example, DVD/96K, will be displayed in the Main Information Display F. This type of program material can be found on specially marked discs that were recorded using a higher sampling rate than the 44kHz or 48kHz typically used on compact discs. The Stereo-Digital (Surround Off) mode will be available to process a 96/24 signal. The Stereo-Analog mode will not be available since, by definition, a 96/24 signal may be supplied only via a digital input. In addition to the bitstream indicators, the AVR 125 features a set of unique channel-input indicators that tell you how many channels of digital information are being received and/or whether the digital signal is interrupted. These indicators are the L/C/R/SL/SR/LFE letters that are inside the center boxes of the Speaker/Channel Input Indicators L in the front panel Main Information Display. When a standard analog signal is in use, only the L and R indicators will light, as analog signals have only left and right channels, respectively. Digital signals, however, may have two, five or six separate channels, depending on the program material, the method of transmission and the way in which it was encoded. When a digital signal is playing, the letters in these indicators will light in response to the specific signal being received. It is important to note that although Dolby Digital, for example, is referred to as a 5.1 system, not all Dolby Digital DVDs or programs are encoded with 5.1 channels. Thus, it is sometimes normal for a DVD with a Dolby Digital soundtrack to trigger only the L and R indicators. NOTE: Many DVD discs are recorded with both 5.1 and 2.0 versions of the same sound-track. When playing a DVD, always be certain to check the type of material on the disc. Most discs show this information in the form of a listing or icon on the back of the disc jacket. When a disc does offer multiple sound track choices you may have to make some adjustments to your DVD player (usually with the Audio Select button or in a menu screen on the disc) to send a full 5.1 feed to the AVR 125. It is also possible for the type of signal feed to change during the course of a DVD playback. In some cases the previews of special material will only be recorded in 2.0 audio, while the main feature is available in 5.1 audio. As long as your DVD player is set for 6-channel output, the AVR 125 will automatically sense changes to the bitstream and channel count and reflect them in these indicators. The letters used by the Speaker/Channel Input Indicators L also flash to indicate when a bitstream has been interrupted. This will happen when a digital input source is selected before the playback starts, or when a digital source such as a DVD is paused. The flashing indicators remind you that the playback has stopped due to the absence of a digital signal and not through any fault of the AVR 125. This is normal, and the digital playback will resume once the playback is started again. Night Mode A special feature of Dolby Digital is the Night mode, which enables Dolby Digital input sources to be played back with full dialogue intelligibility while reducing the minimum peak level by 1/4 to 1/3. This prevents abruptly loud transitions from disturbing others, without reducing the impact of the digital source. The Night mode is available only when Dolby Digital signals with special data are being played. The Night mode may be engaged when a Dolby Digital DVD is playing by pressing the Night Mode Button k on the remote. Next, press the / Buttons mq to select either the middle range or maximum-compression versions of the Night mode. To turn the Night mode off, press the / Buttons mq until the message in the Main Information Display F reads D-R Off. When the Night mode is active, the Night Mode Indicator K will also light. IMPORTANT NOTES ON DIGITAL PLAYBACK: 1. When the digital playback source is stopped, or in a Pause, Fast Forward or Chapter Search mode, the digital audio data will momentarily stop, and the channel position letters inside the Speaker/ Channel Input Indicators L will flash. This is normal and does not indicate a problem with either the AVR 125 or the source machine. The AVR 125 will return to digital playback as soon as the data is available and when the machine is in a standard play mode. 2. Although the AVR 125 will decode virtually all DVD movies, CDs and HDTV sources, it is possible that some future digital sources may not be compatible with the AVR 125. 3. Note that not all digitally encoded programs contain full 5.1-channel audio. Consult the program guide that accompanies the DVD or laser disc to determine which type of audio has been recorded on the disc. The AVR 125 will automatically sense the type of digital surround encoding used and adjust to accommodate it. 4. When a digital source is playing, you may not be able to select some of the analog surround modes such as Dolby Pro Logic II, Dolby 3 Stereo, Hall, Theater or Logic 7. 5. When a Dolby Digital or DTS source is playing, it is not possible to make an analog recording using the Tape and Video 1 Audio Outputs 31. However, the digital signals will be passed through to the Optical and Coaxial Digital Audio Outputs.
SETUP CODE TABLE: TAPE/CBL
Manufacturer/Brand HARMAN KARDON Setup Code Number 001
SETUP CODE TABLE: CBL
Manufacturer/Brand ABC ALLEGRO AMERICAST ARCHER BELCOR CABLE STAR CITIZEN COLOUR VOICE DIGI EAGLE EASTERN ELECTRICORD EMERSON FOCUS G.I. GC ELECTRONICS GEMINI GENERAL GENERAL INSTRUMENT GOODMIND HAMLIN HITACHI JASCO JERROLD LINDSAY MACOM MAGNAVOX MOVIE TIME NSC OAK PACE PANASONIC PANTHER PHILIPS PIONEER POPULAR MECHANICS PRELUDE PRIMESTAR RADIO SHACK RCA RECOTON REGAL Setup Code Number 011
Manufacturer/Brand REMBRANT SAMSUNG SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA SEAM SIGNATURE SPRUCER STARCOM STARGATE TANDY TELECAPATION TEXSCAN TFC TIMELESS TOCOM UNITED CABLE UNIVERSAL VIDEOWAY VIEWSTAR ZENITH ZENTEK Setup Code Number 011 163
Your AVR 125 receiver has been designed to provide many years of trouble-free service. In the event that you are experiencing difficulties, please check the suggestions below for a possible solution to your problem. Additional information on the AVR 125, including updated information and user hints, is available from our Web site at www.harmankardon.com. SYMPTOM Unit does not function when Main Power Switch is pushed CAUSE No AC Power SOLUTION Make certain AC power cord is plugged into a live outlet Check to see whether outlet is switch-controlled Make certain that all input and speaker connections are secure Press Mute button Turn up volume control Follow the instructions in the Display Brightness section on page 26 so that the display is set to VFD FULL Check speaker wire connections for shorts at receiver and speaker ends Contact your local Harman Kardon service center, which you can locate by visiting our Web site at www.harmankardon.com Select a mode other than Stereo or Dolby 3 Stereo There is no surround information from mono sources Check speaker mode configuratioin The surround decoder may not create center- or rear-channel information from nonencoded programs Change remote batteries Press the AVR selector Make certain front-panel sensor is visible to remote or connect remote sensor Move unit or antenna away from computers, fluorescent lights, motors or other electrical appliances Resume play for DVD Check that Digital Input is selected
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