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AVR 140 Quick Start Guide
AVR 140 QUICK-START GUIDE
Thank you for purchasing a Harman Kardon AVR 140. This Quick-Start Guide will help you with a basic system installation. For detailed information on any step in this Guide, please refer to the pages referenced in the Owners Manual. We strongly recommend that you read the Owners Manual for complete details on how to install, configure and operate the AVR 140, as well as for the important safety information it contains.
FRONT LEFT SPEAKER
CENTER SPEAKER (Green)
FRONT RIGHT SPEAKER
Figure 1 Speaker Placement
The colors shown for each speaker correspond to the matching output terminal connection on the back of the AVR 140 (see page 7).
SURROUND RIGHT SPEAKER
Connections Color Guide Audio Connections Front Center Surround Subwoofer Surround Back Digital Audio Connections Coax Optical Video Connections Composite S-Video
Match the colored jacks on the AVR 140 to the appropriate jacks on your source equipment or speakers. The colors are standardized, but not all equipment or connectors use them.
SURROUND LEFT SPEAKER
SURROUND BACK SPEAKER (Brown)
Step 1. Place your speakers in the listening room (see pages 1415).
(100W, 1A MAX)
(50W, 0.5A MAX)
SURROUND BACK SPEAKER
Step 2. Connect the speakers to the receiver: red (+) on speaker to colored (+) on receiver and black () to black () (see page 12). Step 3. Connect the Subwoofer Pre-Out jack to the Line-In jack on your subwoofer (see page 12). You may adjust the settings on the subwoofer later as needed.
Figure 2 Speaker Connections
Figure 3 How to Use the Binding-Post Speaker Terminal
AM Antenna L R
CD PLAYER Optical Coax
140 (100W, 1A MAX)
Figure 4 Audio Connections
Dashed lines ( ) indicate coaxial and optical digital audio connections. Choose either type (but not both) for each digital audio source.
Step 4. Connect AM and FM antennas (as shown above); see page 12. Step 5. Connect source components, as shown in Figures 4 and 5, and the Device Connection Options chart on the back of this Guide (see pages 1213). AUDIO connections: Right channel (red) on source to right (red) on AVR, and left channel (white) on source to left (white) on AVR. DIGITAL AUDIO connections, if available: Choose either coax (orange) to coax (orange) OR optical to optical for each device. The Coax 1 input defaults to the DVD player, and the Optical 1 input defaults to Video 2 (Cable/Sat), but either may be reassigned. Assign the other digital inputs and outputs as appropriate for your equipment (see Step 7). VIDEO connections: Choose component (Y/Pb/Pr green/blue/ red), composite (yellow) or S-video (4-pin) for each video source. Connect the Composite and S-Video Monitor outputs to your video monitor (TV). The Component Video 1 input defaults to any of the DVD, Tuner, CD or Tape sources. The Component Video 2 input defaults to any of the Video 1, 2 or 3 sources, or the 6-/8-channel
direct inputs. However, either component video input may be reassigned using the Input Setup menu. Switch your TV sets input to match the type of video used for the currently selected source. The Bridge : Make sure the AVR 140 is turned off, then connect the optional TheBridge to the DMP connector. Dock your compatible iPod (not included) in TheBridge. Step 6. Plug all components into AC power outlets. The outlets on the back of the AVR 140 should be used only for low-current products, such as CD or DVD players, and the total should not exceed 100 watts. Basic Receiver Configuration Step 7. Select digital inputs: If your DVD is connected to Coax 1, and your cable or satellite TV box (Video 2 source) is connected to Optical 1, no adjustment is needed. For any other digital-device connections, use the on-screen Input Setup menu or the front-panel Digital Select button and the arrow buttons to select an optical or coaxial digital input (see pages 17 and 30). Step 8. Select a surround mode: Press the Surround Mode button on the front panel to select Dolby Pro Logic II Movie. (You may select
other modes later as you become familiar with the AVR 140; see pages 1820 and 2733.) Step 9. Configure speakers: No action is needed if you have five or six small satellite-type speakers and a subwoofer. Otherwise, use the OSD Manual Setup Menu, or press the Speaker button and then the Set and arrow buttons to select the correct speaker choices for your system (see pages 2022). Step 10. Set output levels: Set the volume to 15dB. Sit in the listening position and press the Test button on the remote. The test tone (which sounds like static) will circulate from speaker to speaker. Press the up/down arrow keys to adjust the level of each speaker until they all sound the same. If you have an SPL meter, set it to 75dB on the C-Weighting, Slow scale. Press the Test button again to complete the process. In six-speaker systems, the levels for both surround back channels will be set using the single surround back speaker to optimize Logic 7 and other 7-channel processing (see pages 23 24). Step 11. Your system is configured sit back and enjoy!
SPEAKER AND AUDIO CONNECTIONS
VCR (Video 1)
L In/Rec IN Out/Play R VIDEO Video
TV or Video Monitor
S-Video Component Video
Y Pb Pr Y
Cable or Sat or HDTV Set-Top Box (Video 2)
Component Video L R Video S-Video
Figure 5 Video Connections
Dashed lines ( ) indicate coaxial and optical digital audio connections. Choose either type (but not both) for each digital audio source. Dotted lines () indicate component, composite or S-video connections. Component video is the preferred connection when available, but you may use any of the three types (but not more than one). When component, composite and S-video sources are connected to the AVR, you must also connect all outputs from the AVR to your TV.
Device Connection Options: Recommended connections are shown in red, but connections may be made to best fit your system requirements. The Video 3 inputs are on the front panel of the receiver. Device
CD Player DVD Player VCR Cable Box or Satellite Receiver
CD DVD Video 1 Video 2 or 3 The Bridge DMP Tape Not Applicable
Audio Input Connections
CD L/R Inputs, Optical Digital 1 or 2, or Coaxial Digital 1 or 2 Coaxial Digital 1 or 2, Optical Digital 1 or 2, or DVD L/R Inputs Video 1 L/R Inputs Video 2 or 3 L/R Inputs, Optical Digital 1 or 2, or Coaxial Digital 1 or 2 Inputs* The Bridge DMP Connector Tape L/R Inputs, Optical Digital 1/2** or Coaxial Digital 1/2** Inputs Not Required
Audio Output Connections
Not Required Not Required Video 1 L/R Outputs Not Required Not Required Tape L/R Outputs, Digital Optical** or Coaxial Outputs** Not Required
Not Required Component Video 1, or DVD Composite or S-Video Video 1 Composite or S-Video Input and Output Component Video 2, or Video 2 or 3 Composite or S-Video Input Not Required Not Required Monitor-Out Composite and/or S-Video and/or Component
Audio Recorder TV or Projector
* Check with your cable company to determine whether digital audio is available for all channels. It may be necessary to make BOTH analog and digital connections if it is not. ** Digital audio recorders only.
Power for the Digital Revolution.
250 Crossways Park Drive, Woodbury, New York 11797 www.harmankardon.com 2005 Harman International Industries, Incorporated. All rights reserved. Harman Kardon, Harman International, Power for the Digital Revolution and Logic 7 are registered trademarks, and The Bridge logo is a trademark, of Harman International Industries, Incorporated. iPod is a registered trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. Dolby and Pro Logic are registered trademarks of Dolby laboratories. Part No. CQE1A258Z
Speaker/Channel Input Indicators: These indicators are multipurpose, indicating both the speaker type selected for each channel and the incoming datasignal configuration. The left, center, right, right surround and left surround speaker indicators are composed of three boxes, while the subwoofer is a single box. The center box lights when a small speaker is selected, and the two outer boxes light when large speakers are selected. When none of the boxes are lit for the center, surround or subwoofer channels, no speaker has been assigned that position. (See page 20 for more information on configuring speakers.) The letters inside each box display the active input channels. For standard analog sources, only the L and R will light, indicating a stereo input. For a digital source, the indicators will light to display the channels being received at the digital input. When the letters flash, the digital input has been interrupted. (See page 31 for more information on the Channel Indicators.) Upper Display Line: Depending on the units status, a variety of messages will appear here. In normal operation, this line will show current input source and which analog or digital input is in use. When the tuner is the input, this line will identify the station as AM or FM and show the frequency and preset number, if any. Lower Display Line: Depending on the units status, a variety of messages will appear here. In normal operation, the current surround mode will show here. Surround Mode Indicators: The current selected surround mode will appear as one of these indicators. Note that when the unit is turned on, the entire list of available modes will light briefly, and then revert to normal operation with only the active mode indicator illuminated. 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.
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(100W, 1A MAX)
(50W, 0.5A MAX)
NOTE: To make it easier to follow the instructions that refer to this illustration, a larger copy may be downloaded from the Product Support section for this product at www.harmankardon.com. FM Antenna Jack CD Audio Inputs Tape Outputs Tape Inputs Subwoofer Output Front Speaker Outputs Surround Back Speaker Outputs Surround Speaker Outputs Center Speaker Outputs Component Video Monitor Outputs Component Video 1 Inputs NOTE: To assist in making the correct connections for multichannel input, output and speaker connections, all connection jacks and terminals are colorcoded in conformance with the CEA standards as follows: Front Left: White Component Video 2 Inputs AC Power Cord Switched AC Accessory Outlet Unswitched AC Accessory Outlet Optical Digital Audio Output Coaxial Digital Audio Output S-Video Monitor Output Coaxial Digital Audio Inputs a DVD S-Video Input b Bridge DMP Connector c Video 1 S-Video Input
b Volume Up/Down: Press these buttons to raise or lower the system volume. These buttons are programmed by default to control the AVR 140s volume, no matter which source device has been selected (except TAPE). You may reprogram these buttons to control the volume of another device, such as your TV, using the Volume Control Punch-Through instructions on page 40. c TV/Video Selector: This button does not have a direct function on the AVR 140, but when used with a compatible VCR, DVD or satellite receiver, pressing this button will switch between the output of the device and the external video input. Consult the owners manual for your specific player or receiver for the details of how it implements this function. d Bridge Digital Media Player (DMP) Selector: When Harman Kardons Bridge (optional) is connected to Bridge Digital Media Player (DMP) Connector b and a compatible iPod is docked in Bridge , pressing this selector will select the iPod as the audio source input device for the AVR 140. In addition, if a video display is connected to one of the Video Monitor Outputs h, the iPods messages will appear on screen, and in the Upper and Lower Display Lines PQ. The /// Buttons no, the Set Button p and the Transport Controls ` may be used to navigate the iPod and to operate many functions. See page 34, and the manuals for The Bridge and your iPod for more information.
When the remote is used to control the AVR, or the VID2 or VID3 device, these buttons are programmed by default to operate the DVD player. However, you may use the Transport Control Punch-Through feature described on page 40 to reprogram these buttons to operate another devices transport controls when AVR, VID2 or VID3 has been selected. R Stereo Mode Select Button: When the button is pressed so that SURROUND OFF appears in the Lower Display Line , with only the Surr Off Surround Mode Indicator lit, the AVR will operate in a bypass mode with true, fully analog, two-channel left/right stereo mode with no surround processing or bass management, unlike other modes where digital processing is used. When the button is pressed so that SURROUND OFF appears in the Lower Display Line , with both the DSP and Surr Off Surround Mode Indicators lit, you may enjoy a two-channel presentation of the sound along with the benefits of bass management. Depending on whether your system is configured for 5.1 or 6.1/7.1 channels, the next press of the button will cause either 5 CH STEREO or 7 CH STEREO to appear, and the stereo signal will be routed to all five (or seven) speaker channels. (See page 29 for more information on stereo playback modes.) S DTS Neo:6 Mode Select: Press this button to select a DTS Neo:6 mode. These modes take a twochannel stereo- or matrix surround-encoded source and create a full five-, six- or seven-channel sound field. (See page 28 for the DTS Neo:6 options.)
still use a red terminal for the positive (+) connection. Connect the negative or black wire to the same terminal on both the receiver and the speaker. NOTE: While most speaker manufacturers adhere to an industry convention of using black terminals for negative and red ones for positive, some 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 140. Note that it is not possible to use the AVR 140 in a 7.1-channel configuration. Any source information that the AVR receives or derives for the surround back left and right channels, e.g. through the 6/8Channel Direct Inputs g or during 7-channel surround mode processing, is combined and outputted to the single-channel Surround Back Speaker Outputs. 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 subwoofers. 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. 10. If an external multichannel audio source with 5.1, 6.1 or 7.1 outputs (such as an external digital processor/decoder, DVD-Audio or SACD player) is used, connect the outputs of that device to the 6/8-Channel Direct Inputs g. Video Equipment Connections Video equipment is connected in the same manner as audio components. The use of high-quality interconnect cables is recommended to preserve signal quality. 1. Connect a VCRs, DVD recorders, personal video recorders or other video sources audio and video Play/Out jacks to the Video 1 Audio/Video and/or S-Video Input Jacks LS on the rear panel. The Audio and Video Record/In jacks on the recorder should be connected to the Video 1 Audio/Video and/or S-Video Output Jacks NT on the AVR 140. Although any video device may be
8. Connect the front, center, surround and surround back 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 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 10 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 electrician who is familiar with the NEC and/or the applicable local building codes in your area. When connecting wires to the speakers, observe proper polarity. Note that the positive (+) terminal of each speaker connection may carry a specific color code, as noted on page 7. However, many speakers
AC Power Connections
This unit is equipped with two accessory AC outlets. They may be used to power accessory devices, but they should not be used with high-current-draw equipment such as power amplifiers. The total power draw to each outlet may not exceed 100 watts. The Switched AC Accessory Outlet will receive power only when the unit is on. This is recommended for devices that have no power switch or a mechanical power switch that may be left in the ON position. NOTE: Many audio and video products go into a Standby mode when they are used with switched outlets, and cannot be fully turned on using the outlet alone without a remote control command. The Unswitched AC Accessory Outlet will receive power as long as the unit is plugged into a powered AC outlet. Once the AC Power Cord is connected, you are almost ready to enjoy the AVR 140s incredible power and fidelity!
When all audio, video and system connections have been made, the final steps before listening to your new AVR are to make the configuration adjustments that tailor the unit to the other components in your system as well as to accommodate your personal listening preferences. A few minutes spent to correctly calibrate and configure your system will greatly add to your listening pleasure. Speaker Selection and Placement While the most seamless surround sound reproduction comes from the use of speakers with identical or carefully matched driver elements at each position, no matter which brand or type of speakers you prefer, it is always best to use the same model or series for the left front, center and right front speakers. Similarly, it is also desirable to use the same model or series for the surround speakers. This insures that the soundstage will be relatively seamless and it eliminates the possibility of sonic discordance when a sound moves from one side of the room to the other. Speaker Placement Once you have selected your speakers, it is important that they be placed in positions that enable them to do the best job of reproducing the sound as it was meant to be heard, regardless of the program content. Particularly in multichannel 5.1 or 6.1 systems, the placement of speakers can have a noticeable impact on the accuracy of the surround process. When placing your speakers in a listening room, picture an imaginary circle starting at the center of your video screen that arcs around the room with the prime listening position, or sweet spot at the center of the circle. Depending on the number of speakers in your system, there is a recommended placement along the arc for each speaker, though the specific construction of your room, taking into account the available walls, bookcases, or floor space at which the speakers may be placed will obviously have some impact on where the speakers are ultimately located. As a general rule, try to place all speakers so that they are positioned at the same height as your ears when you are seated at the prime listening position. Use the following suggestions as a guide, and make the changes needed to fit the speakers to your room. Dont be afraid to experiment a bit until you find the right combination of locations that works for you. At the end of the day, there is no real right or wrong place to put the speakers; work to optimize their locations so that audio moves across the front of the room smoothly, without seeming to jump from one speaker to another. Center Channel Speaker The ideal location for the center channel speaker is at 0 degrees in our circle, directly in front of the prime listening position. Place the center channel speaker as close to the top (or bottom) of the video screen as possible so that when you position the front left/right speakers the tweeters of all three front channel speakers are within 24" of one another. Front Left/Right Speakers The recommended placement for front left/right speakers is to place them at the 30-degree position with reference to the center channel speaker. The distance between them should be about the same as the distance from the center channel speaker to the prime listening position. Although the natural tendency is to place the speakers so they are parallel to the wall behind them, and thus in line with the video screen, the preferred placement is to angle the speakers slightly (toe in) so that they point at the prime listening position. Surround Speakers for 5.1 Systems In a 5.1 surround system, an additional pair of left/right speakers is added. Although many believe that these speakers should be placed at the rear of the room, the preferred position for them is at the sides of the room, with rear placement a second option when room conditions prevent the use of sidemounted surround speakers. When side-wall mounting is possible, place the left/right surround speakers at a point that is 110 degrees along our circle from the center of the video screen. This translates to placing them to the side and slightly behind your preferred listening position. If possible, angle the speakers in slightly so that they are pointing towards the listeners ears. If it is not possible to place the surround speakers at the sides of the room, the alternate position is at the back of the room, at spot that is about 150 degrees around our circle from the center of the video screen. Another way to spot the optimal, alternate rear wall mounting position is to place the left surround speaker on the back wall so that it points directly at the front right speaker, and to have the right surround speaker point directly at the front left speaker. If possible, aim the surround speakers so that they point in toward the listening area, rather than perpendicular to the walls.
and the type of subwoofer used. One method of finding the optimal location for a subwoofer is to begin by placing it in the front of the room, about six inches from a wall, or near the front corner of the room. Another method is to temporarily place the subwoofer at your normal listening position, and then walk around the room until you find a spot where the subwoofer sounds best. Place the subwoofer in that spot. You should also follow the instructions of the subwoofers manufacturer, or you may wish to experiment with the best location for a subwoofer in your listening room. NOTES ON SPEAKER PLACEMENT: 1. The limitations of your listening room, including the placement of walls and furniture, may make it difficult to follow the speaker placement suggestions shown above. Depending on the specific layout of the room, here are some ways to compensate for unusual conditions: Try to follow the suggested placement, but move the speakers within a few feet from the preferred locations. Regardless of where they are placed, always try to make certain that the main surround speakers are the same distance from the front speakers.
5. Turn the AVR 140 on either by pressing the Standby/On Switch 2 on the front panel, or via the remote by pressing the Power On Button d, the AVR Selector f or any of the Input Selectors degde on the remote. When the unit is turned on, the entire list of options will briefly light for both the Input Indicators and the Surround Mode Indicators. After a few seconds, most of
those indicators will go dark, leaving only the indications for the active surround mode and input illuminated. The Display Lines will display the units status, the Power Indicator 2 will turn blue, and the accent light inside the Volume Control will also light up to remind you that the unit is turned on. The semi-OSD system is also available, allowing you to make adjustments directly, by pressing the appropriate buttons on the front panel or remote control for the specific parameter to be adjusted. For example, to change the digital input for any of the sources, press the Digital Select Button q and then press the / Buttons n to scroll through the list of options as they appear in the on-screen display or the Upper Display Line P. To use the full-OSD menu system, press the OSD Button v. When the menu is on the screen, press the / Buttons n until the on-screen cursor is next to the item you wish to adjust, and then press the Set Button p to adjust that item. The menus will remain on the screen for 20 seconds, and then they will time-out and disappear from the screen. The time-out may be increased to as much as 50 seconds by going to the ADVANCED SELECT menu, and changing the item titled FULL OSD TIME OUT. (See page 36.) When the full-OSD menu system is used, OSD ON will appear in the Upper Display Line P to remind you that a video display must be used. When the semi-OSD system is used in conjunction with the discrete configuration buttons, the on-screen display will show the current menu selection. That selection will also be shown in the Upper Display Line P or the Lower Display Line , depending on which parameter is being adjusted. Setting the System Configuration Memory The AVR 140 features an advanced memory system that enables you to establish different configurations depending on the input source or the surround mode. This flexibility enables you to customize the way in which you listen to various types of program materials and have the AVR 140 memorize those settings. This means, for example, that if you mostly use your DVD player for watching movies, you may configure your DVD source to default to a particular digital input and surround mode each time you select it, optimizing your home theater for cinematic materials. Once these settings are made, they will automatically be recalled whenever you select that input. In addition to the settings listed above, which always vary with the input, you may also choose to set different speaker sizer configurations for each input. In most cases, this is not required, thus the factory default is to have these settings remain the same for all inputs. However, should you wish to have these settings change for any one, or all, inputs, follow the instructions shown on page 21 to select the Independent mode for speaker configuration. In addition, due to the variations in their decoding algorithms, different surround modes have different requirements for output levels and delay settings, even though these variables are dependent on your rooms acoustics and the capabilities of your loudspeakers, which dont change. The AVR 140 enables you to program these settings once for each surround mode, automatically recalling the correct settings each time you select that surround mode, no matter which source device is in use. This ensures consistent performance for all program materials. The factory default settings for the AVR 140 have all inputs configured for an analog audio input except for the DVD input, where the Coaxial Digital Audio Input 1 is the default, and the Video 2 input, where the Optical Digital Audio Input 1 d is the default. The default speaker settings are for Small at all positions, and the subwoofer on. The default surround mode setting for all sources using an analog input is the Logic 7 Music mode. Dolby Digital or DTS will always be automatically selected anytime a source with digital encoding in that format is in use. When a Dolby Digital 2.0 source is detected, the AVR 140 will automatically add Dolby Pro Logic II or IIx processing. Once a surround mode is selected for a particular source, the AVR 140 will default to that surround mode the next time the source is selected, unless the input signal is in a Dolby Digital or DTS digital format. For Dolby Digital and DTS materials, the AVR 140 will default to the surround mode encoded in the bitstream. As explained on pages 3132, you may select from a limited number of other surround modes for these materials. If you wish to have the AVR 140 default to one of these alternate surround modes each time a Dolby Digital or DTS source is encountered, you may use the Default Surround Mode setting in the ADVANCED SELECT submenu (see page 37). Before using the unit, you will probably want to program the settings for most inputs so that they are properly configured to reflect the use of digital or analog audio inputs, component video inputs and the surround mode specifics of your home theater system. Remember that since the AVR 140 memorizes these settings for each input independently, you will need to make some of these adjustments for each input used. However, once they are made, further adjustment is only required when system components are changed. To make this process as quick and easy as possible, we suggest that you use the full-OSD system with the on-screen menus, and step through each input. It is also a good idea to set the configuration data in the order these items are listed in the MASTER MENU, as some settings require a specific entry
and music, may prefer that different bass management be used when listening to music through a CD player as opposed to a movie from a DVD player, VCR or cable/satellite set-top. Also, you may wish to activate or deactivate certain speakers for some sources. For example, when listening to music CDs, you may wish to have only the front left and right speakers active, or for watching TV, you may wish to deactivate the surround back speakers in favor of a 5.1-channel configuration. If you wish to customize the speaker settings for each input, make certain that the cursor is on the BASS MGR line, and press the / Buttons o so that INDEPENDENT appears. When this setting is entered by exiting the menu, you may need to go back to the INPUT menu to select another input, and then return to this menu page again to change the settings for that input. Repeat the procedure for any input where you wish to have a different set of speaker configurations. NOTE: When the INDEPENDENT setting is activated, you may assign different speaker size settings to each input to accommodate different bass management settings that match your preferences with the type of program material normally used with a particular source (for example, when movies are played from DVD and music from a CD player). However, the actual speaker crossover settings are set only once and do not change with the input selection. The reason is that, while bass management preferences may vary, the actual speakers remain the same, regardless of the bass-management and redirection settings. Web site. You will need this figure to accurately configure the next group of settings. The factory default setting for all speaker positions is 100Hz. If that setting is acceptable for all channels, then no adjustments are needed and you may skip this section. However, if you wish to change one of the settings, proceed to the SPEAKER X-OVER submenu by pressing the Button n until the cursor is pointing to the BACK TO MANUAL SETUP line of the SPEAKER SIZE submenu, and then pressing the Set Button p so that the MANUAL SETUP submenu appears. Then press the Button n until the cursor is pointing to the SPEAKER X-OVER line. Press the Set Button p, and the SPEAKER X-OVER submenu will appear (see Figure 9).
* L C S S L B E E U U F A F N R R E S SPEAKER X-OVER F O H H H H T B *
While the LFE channel, which is the.1 you see in surround sound designations, is restricted to low frequency sounds, some mixes may include information that is higher in frequency than your subwoofer is capable of reproducing. To prevent unwanted sounds from being sent to subwoofers that cannot handle them and which do not have a built-in low-pass filter, the LFE option line enables you to select a setting for the low-pass filter that is part of the subwoofer feed from the LFE channel. The settings available are the same as those tied to any one of the four available speaker positions on this submenu. We recommend that you use the frequency that is just slightly higher than the upper capability limit of your subwoofer, as shown in the subs Owners Manual. When the cursor is on the LFE line, press the / Buttons o to choose the appropriate setting. When all speaker selections have been made, press the Button n and then the Set Button p to return to the MANUAL SETUP submenu.
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Due to the different distances between the listening position for the front channel speakers and the surround speakers, the amount of time it takes for sound to reach your ears from the front versus surround speakers differs. You may compensate for this difference through the use of the delay settings to adjust the timing for the speaker placement and acoustic conditions in your listening room or home theater. The AVR 140s advanced software enables you to quickly and easily set delay times without having to calculate them using a complex formula. All you need to do is measure the approximate distance between your listening position and each of the speakers in your system. When you enter those distances into the AVRs memory as shown below, the AVRs microprocessor calculates the proper delay time. The measurements need not be accurate to the inch, as the system is designed to accommodate a typical listening area rather than require the precise measurement to one sweet spot position. Due to the differences in the way each surround mode operates, the delay settings must be established individually for each surround mode. However, once the delay settings are configured for the version of the surround mode with the most channels, they need not be entered again for a version of that mode with fewer channels. For example, once the delay settings are established for Dolby Pro Logic IIx Movie, they will be carried over to Dolby Pro Logic II Movie mode. However, you will need to enter the delay settings separately for each variant mode, such as Dolby Pro Logic IIx Music, Dolby Pro Logic IIx Game, Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby 3 Stereo and Dolby Digital EX.
Speaker Crossover Settings
When all initial speaker size settings have been made, you now have the option to take advantage of the AVR 140s Quadruple Crossover system, which allows individual crossover settings to be made for each speaker grouping. In systems where full-range or tower speakers are used for the front soundstage or where different brands or models are in use at the various speaker positions, this feature allows you to customize the bass management and redirection circuits with a precision not previously possible. The low-frequency crossover setting is determined by the design of your speakers. Depending on the design and driver complement of your speakers, it is usually the lowest possible frequency the speaker is capable of reproducing. Before making any changes to the settings for the crossover point, we suggest that you find the lowest frequency for the speakers in each of the three groupings, front left/right, center and surrounds, by looking at the specifications page of each speakers owners manual, or by contacting your dealer or the manufacturers customer service department or
Once the settings outlined on the previous pages have been made, the AVR 140 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 advanced settings are described on pages 3637 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 140, you are about to experience the finest in music and home theater listening. Enjoy!
Once you have completed the initial setup and configuration of the AVR 140, it is simple to operate and enjoy. The following instructions will help you maximize the enjoyment of your new receiver: Turning the AVR 140 On or Off When using the AVR 140 for the first time, you must first 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 2. Once the unit is in Standby, you may begin a listening session by pressing the Standby/On Switch 3 on the front panel, or the Power On Button d or AVR Selector f on the remote. The Power Indicator 2 will turn blue. 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 on the remote or the Input Source Selector Button ^ on the front panel. Whenever the AVR is turned on, all of the front-panel indicators will light for a few seconds. This is normal, and it is part of the units power-on self-test procedure. NOTE: After pressing one of the Input Selector Buttons egde to turn the unit on, press the AVR Selector f to set the remote control to the AVR 140 functions. To turn the unit off at the end of a listening session, simply press the Standby/On Switch 3 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 Accessory Outlet and the Power Indicator 2 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 2. To program the AVR 140 for automatic turn-off, press the Sleep Button j on the remote. Each press of the button will decrease the time before shutdown in the following sequence: When the programmed sleep time has elapsed, the unit will automatically turn off. To cancel the Sleep function, press and hold the Sleep Buttonj as the information display returns to normal brightness; continue to hold the button until the Sleep indicator numbers disappear and the words SLEEP OFF appear in the Lower Display Line Q. 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 four weeks. jacks are not in use, you may prefer to install the covers supplied with your receiver for a neater appearance. Simply snap them into place. If you wish to use the jacks, press on the left side of each cover to pivot and remove it. When Bridge DMP is selected as the source and a compatible iPod is inserted in an optional Harman Kardon Bridge that is connected to Bridge DMP Connector K on the rear panel, navigation messages will appear on any video display connected to the AVRs Video Monitor Outputs HQ. The remote control or front-panel controls may be used to navigate the iPod and access many of its functions. These messages will also appear in the front-panel display, and the iPods battery may be charged. See the owners guides for Bridge and your iPod for more information.
6.1 or 7.1 mode. This will be shown as EX-ON or EX-OFF for Dolby Digital bitstreams and ES-ON or ES-OFF for DTS bitstreams. If the EX flag is off, and your receiver has been configured for 6.1/7.1 operation, you may manually turn on EX processing as appropriate by simply selecting the Dolby Digital EX surround mode as described on pages 18 and 27. When the ES flag is not present in a DTS bitstream, you may benefit from a 6.1-channel presentation by selecting the DTS Neo:6 post-processing surround mode using the procedure described on pages 18 and 27. In that mode, the DTS Neo:6 algorithms will be used to derive the surround back channel from the DTS bitstream information. Surround Mode Post-Processing Thanks to the power of the AVR 140s DSP processor, a variety of surround mode options are available for most digital signals either to deliver the native information or to produce an enhanced sound field to match the number of speakers in your system. The modes available and the number of channels available for each mode will vary depending on the incoming bitstream, and the configuration of your system, and are listed in the tables on page 32. The modes may be selected in the usual manner by selecting the major Surround Mode Group first, and then scrolling through the options (see pages 18 and 27). The incoming bitstreams are indicated in the Lower Display Line as described above. After you have selected a surround mode, after about 5 seconds, the bitstream will be displayed briefly before the unit returns to normal operation. Therefore, you may ascertain the current bitstream by pressing the button for the major Surround Mode Group and waiting for a few moments for the bitstream to appear in the Lower Display Line. The bitstream information will also be displayed after the source input has been changed. To use the tables on page 32, match the indication in the display to the Incoming Bitstream listed in the left column. The available surround modes are shown to the right. See page 37 for information on setting the system to use a surround mode that you select by referring to these tables, rather than the default digital mode. It is always a good idea to check the readout for the channel data to make certain that it matches the audio logo information shown on the back of a DVD package. In some cases you will see the indication for 2/0/0 even when the disc contains a full 5.1, or 3/2/.1 signal. When this happens, check the audio output settings for your DVD player or the audio menu selections for the specific disc being played to make certain that the player is sending the correct signal to the AVR. See the tables on page 32.
PCM Audio Playback PCM is the abbreviation for Pulse Code Modulation, which is the type of digital signal used for standard CD playback and other non-Dolby Digital and non-DTS digital sources such as Mini-Disc. The digital circuits in the AVR 140 are capable of high-quality digital-toanalog decoding, and they may be connected directly to the digital audio output of your CD player. Connections may be made to either the rear-panel Optical or Coaxial Inputs d or the front-panel Digital Inputs *(. To listen to a PCM digital source, first select the input for the desired source (e.g., CD). Next press the Digital Select Button #q and then use the / Buttons n on the remote, or the / Selector Buttons ) on the front panel, until the desired choice appears in the Upper Display Line P. During PCM playback, you may select any Surround mode except Dolby Digital or DTS, as shown in the table on page 32. Note that for convenience, we have included the modes available for analog sources (including the tuner) in this chart. When a PCM signal is detected, the Lower Display Line will briefly show a message with the letters PCM, in addition to a readout of the sampling frequency of the digital signal. In most cases this will be 44.1kHz or 48kHz, though in the case of specially mastered, high-resolution audio discs you will see a 96kHz indication. Speaker/Channel Indicators In addition to the bitstream indicators, the AVR 140 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. (See Figure 9.)
Transport Control Punch-Through
The AVR 140s remote may be programmed to operate so that the Transport Control Functions ` (Play, Stop, Fast Forward, Rewind, Pause and Record) for a VCR, DVD or CD will operate in conjunction with one of the other devices controlled by the remote. For example, while using and controlling the TV, you may wish to start or stop your VCR or DVD without having to change the device selected by the AVR 140 or the remote. The factory default setting is to have the DVDs transport controls activated when the AVR, VID2/CABLE or SAT or VID3/TV devices have been selected. To program the remote for Transport Control Punch-Through, follow these steps: 1. Press the Input Selector ef for the device you wish to have the channel control associated with and the Mute Button f at the same time until the red light appears under the Input Selector e and the Program Indicator c flashes amber. 2. Press the Play Button `. The Program Indicator c will stop flashing and stay amber.
Channel Control Punch-Through
The AVR 140s remote may be programmed to operate so that the channel control function for either the TV, cable or satellite receiver used in your system may be used in conjunction with one of the other devices controlled by the remote. For example, while using and controlling the VCR, you may wish to change channels on a
No. Button Name Power On Power Off Mute AVR DVD CD Tape VID 1 (VCR) VID 2 (CBL/SAT) VID 3 (TV) Dim AM/FM 6CH/8CH
AVR Function Power On Power Off Mute AVR Select DVD Input Select CD Input Select Tape Input Select Video 1 Select Video 2 Select Video 3 Select Dimmer Tuner Select 6/8 Ch. Input Select
DVD Power On Power Off Mute AVR Select DVD Select CD Select Tape Select VCR Select CBL/SAT Select TV Select Dimmer Tuner Select 6/8 Ch. Input Select Audio TV/DVD or V. OFF
CD/CD-R Power On Power Off Mute AVR Select DVD Select CD Select Tape Select VCR Select CBL/SAT Select TV Select Tuner Select 6/8 Ch. Input Select
VCR (VID1) Power On Power Off
SAT (VID2) Power On Power Off Mute AVR Select DVD Select CD Select Tape Select VCR Select SAT Select TV Select Tuner Select
TV (VID3) Power On Power Off Mute AVR Select DVD Select CD Select Tape Select VCR Select CBL/SAT Select TV Select Tuner Select
Power On/Off Power On TV Power Mute AVR Select DVD Select CD Select Tape Select VCR Select TV Select Tuner Select Power Off Mute AVR Select DVD Select CD Select Tape Select VCR Select TV Select Tuner Select
Power On Power Off Mute AVR Select DVD Select CD Select Tape Select VCR Select CBL/SAT Select TV Select Tuner Select
Mute AVR Select DVD Select CD Select Tape Select VCR Select CBL/SAT Select TV Select Tuner Select
Mute AVR Select DVD Select CD Select Tape Select VCR Select TV Select Tuner Select
CBL/SAT Select CBL/SAT Select CBL Select
6/8 Ch. Input Select 6/8 Ch. Input Select 6/8 Ch. Input Select 6/8 Ch. Input Select Channel + Channel + TV Input Volume Up Channel Channel + TV/CBL Volume Up Channel
6/8 Ch. Input Select 6/8 Ch. Input Select 6/8 Ch. Input Select Channel + TV/SAT Volume Up Channel Channel + TV/VCR Volume Up Channel Volume Up
(DMP) The Bridge (DMP) Sleep Test Tone
The Bridge (DMP) Select The Bridge (DMP) Select
The Bridge (DMP) Select The Bridge (DMP) Select The Bridge (DMP) Select The Bridge (DMP) Select The Bridge (DMP) Select The Bridge (DMP) Select The Bridge (DMP) Select
Sleep/CH+ Test Tone T/V Vol Up Surr/CH Night Spare Vol Down CH./Guide
Input Select Volume Up CDR Select CDP Select Volume Down Continuous Play
TV/VCR Volume Up Channel
Volume Up DSP Surround Mode Select Night Mode Select Volume Down Channel Trim Move/Adjust Up Speaker Adjust Move/Adjust Left Set Move/Adjust Right Digital Input Select Move/Adjust Down Delay Adjust Tuner Mode Memory Tuning Up
Volume Up Disc Menu or Title Subtitle On/Off HD Mode Volume Down Title or Disc Menu Up Menu or Setup Left Enter Right Open/Close Down Return or Status Chapter+ or Zoom Audio or Playlist Next Chapter
Volume Down Up
Volume Down Volume Down Guide Up Menu Left Select Right Return/Exit Down Info/Guide Up Menu Left Enter Right Down Prev Channel PPV
Volume Down Info/Guide Up Menu Left Enter Right Down Prev Channel Cancel
Volume Down Up Menu Left Enter Right Down Prev Channel Sleep
Speaker/Menu Set Digital/Exit
Menu Left Enter Right Down
Menu Scroll Select Scroll +
Delay/Prev. Ch. Tun-M Memory Tuning Up
Open/Close Repeat Time Track Direct Cancel 7 8
No. Button Name Direct Clear Preset Up Tuning Down OSD D. Skip Preset Down M1 M2 M3 M4 Dolby Surround DTS Surround DTS Neo:6 Logic 7 Stereo Skip Down Skip Up Rewind () Play () F F () Record Stop Pause Stop (DVD) Pause (DVD) Stop Pause AVR Function Direct Tuner Entry Clear Preset Tune Up Tuning Down OSD Disc Skip (DVD) Preset Tune Down Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 Dolby Modes DTS Digital Modes DTS Neo:6 Select Logic 7 Select Stereo Mode Select Skip (DVD) Skip + (DVD) R. Search (DVD) Play (DVD) F. Search (DVD) Step Step + R. Search Play F. Search Skip Skip + R. Search Play F. Search Record Stop Pause Rewind R. Play/F. Play Fast Fwd Record/Pause Stop Scan Scan + Rewind Play Fast Fwd Record Stop Pause Thumbs Down Skip (DVD) Thumbs Up R. Search Play F. Search Record Slow Pause Stop (DVD) Pause (DVD) Stop (DVD) Pause (DVD) Stop (DVD) Pause (DVD) Pause Skip + (DVD) R. Search (DVD) Play (DVD) F. Search (DVD) Skip (DVD) Skip + (DVD) R. Search (DVD) Play (DVD) F. Search (DVD) Skip (DVD) Skip + (DVD) R. Search (DVD) Skip/R. Search Play (DVD) F. Search (DVD) Play Skip+/F. Search Disc Skip Slow Rev Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 DVD Angle Clear Slow Forward Prev Chapter CD/CD-R Random Play Clear +10 Track Increment Program Disc Skip OSD Live TV Skip OSD OSD OSD Clear Clear Tape VCR (VID1) Tivo (VID1) CBL (VID2) FAV Bypass Music SAT (VID2) FAV Next Alt TV (VID3)
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 f Turn up volume control Check speaker wire connections for shorts at receiver and speaker ends Contact your local Harman Kardon service center
Display lights, but no sound or picture
Intermittent input connections Mute is on Volume control is down
No sound from any speaker; light around power switch is red
Amplifier is in protection mode due to possible short Amplifier is in protection mode due to internal problems Incorrect surround mode Input is monaural Incorrect configuration Stereo or Mono program material
No sound from surround or center speakers
Select a mode other than Stereo There is no surround information from mono sources Check speaker mode configuration 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
Unit does not respond to remote commands
Weak batteries in remote Wrong device selected Remote sensor is obscured
Intermittent buzzing in tuner
Letters flash in the channel indicator display and digital audio stops
Digital audio feed paused
In addition to the items shown above, additional information on troubleshooting possible problems with your AVR 140, or installation-related issues, may be found in the list of "Frequently Asked Questions" which is located in the Product Support section of our Web site at www.harmankardon.com.
In the rare case where the units operation or the displays seem abnormal, the cause may involve the erratic operation of the systems memory or microprocessor. To correct this problem, first unplug the unit from the AC wall outlet and wait at least three minutes. After the pause, reconnect the AC power cord and check the units operation. If the system still malfunctions, a system reset may clear the problem. To clear the AVR 140s entire system memory including tuner presets, output level settings, delay times and speaker configuration data, first place the AVR in Standby Mode, and then press and hold the Tone Mode Button 5 button for three seconds. The unit will turn on automatically. NOTE: Resetting the processor will erase any configuration settings you have made for speakers, output
VMAx is a registered trademark of Harman International Industries, Incorporated, and is an implementation of Cooper Bauck Transaural Stereo under patent license.
87.5108.0MHz IHF 1.3V/13.2dBf Mono/Stereo 70/68dB Mono/Stereo 0.2/0.3% 40dB @ 1kHz 400kHz, 70dB 80dB 90dB
Dolby, Pro Logic and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. DTS, DTS Surround, DTS-ES, DTS 96/24 and DTS Neo:6 are registered trademarks of DTS, Inc. Cirrus is a registered trademark of Cirrus Logic, Inc. SACD is a trademark of Sony Electronics, Inc. Apple and iPod are registered trademarks, and Shuffle is a trademark, of Apple Computer, Inc.
Supplied Accessories The following accessory items are supplied with the AVR 140. If any of these items are missing, please contact Harman Kardon customer service at www.harmankardon.com. A system remote control Two covers for front-panel jacks An AM loop antenna Please register your product on our Web site at www.harmankardon.com. Note: Youll need your serial number. At the same time, you can choose to be notified about our new products and/or special promotions. An FM wire antenna Three AAA batteries
5-Channel Stereo 21, 29, 32 6-Channel/8-Channel Direct Input 9, 11, 26 7-Channel Stereo 15, 18, 21, 29, 32 AC Power Connections 8, 13 Advanced Features 36, 37 Advanced Select Menu 16, 35, 36, 37 Analog Bypass 20, 21, 27, 29, 32 Antenna Terminals 7, 8, 12 Audio Equipment Connections 12 Auto Mode Tuning 6, 10, 11, 33 Auto Search Method 38 The Bridge 3, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 17, 26, 34, 54 Cable Television 8, 12, 39, 5152 CD 3, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 22, 23, 30, 31, 33, 34, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 48, 49, 56 Channel Adjust Menu 23 Channel-Control Punch-Through 40 Cleaning and Maintenance 4 Coaxial Digital Audio Jacks 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 26, 30 Code Readout 38 Component Video 3, 7, 8, 13, 16, 17, 26, 54, 56 Composite Video 7, 8, 26 Delay Adjust Menu 23 Delay Settings 6, 16, 18, 22, 23, 56 Description and Features 3 Digital Audio Playback 2733 Digital Source Selection 10, 17, 30 Dimming Front-Panel Display 10, 3435, 36 Direct Code Entry 38 DMP 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 17, 26, 34, 38, 41, 42, 56 Dolby 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 37, 42, 54 Dolby Digital 3, 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 37, 54, Dolby Pro Logic 10, 16, 18, 19, 21, 22, 24, 27, 28, 30, 32, 33 DSP Surround Modes 9, 10, 20, 28, 29 DTS 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 37, 42, 54 DTS Neo:6 5, 11, 18, 19, 21, 27, 28, 31, 32, 42, 54 DTS-ES 11, 15, 18, 19, 27, 28, 30, 32, 54 DVD 3, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 22, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 33, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 49, 53, 56 DVD-Audio 8, 11, 12, 13, 17, 26, 27 Front-Panel Controls 5, 6, 26, 30, 34 Front-Panel Jacks 5, 6, 26, 54 Front-Panel-Display Fade 36 Full OSD 16, 36 Full-OSD Time-Out 36, 56 Hall 3, 10, 20, 21, 23, 27, 28, 32, 33, 43 Headphones 5, 27, 28 Input Setup 17, 18, 24, 30 Input Titling 3, 6, 17 Input-Independent Speaker Setup 21, 22 Installation 3, 4, 12, 13, 53 Installation Location 4 iPod 3, 11, 12, 34 IR Receiver (Remote Sensor) 5, 6 Logic 7 5, 6, 9, 11, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 27, 28, 30, 32, 33, 37, 42, 54 Macros 11, 38 Manual Mode Tuning 6, 10, 11, 33 Manual Setup Menu 20, 34 Master Menu 16, 17, 18, 20, 23, 24, 34, 36, 37 Memory Backup 35 Mute 9, 11, 26, 38, 39, 40, 41, 53 Night Mode 9, 10, 19, 24, 26, 31, 33, 41, 56 On-Screen Display 5, 6, 10, 16, 17, 19, 23, 24, 26, 27, 30 Operation 2635 Optical Digital Audio Jacks 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 26, 30 Output Level Adjustments 23 Output Level Trim Adjustment 6, 34 PCM 8, 12, 18, 28, 30, 31, 32, 34, 37 Polarity 7, 8, 12, 15 Post-Processing 31, 32 Power Switches 5, 9, 10, 15 Preset Stations 6, 33 Processor Reset 53 Programmed Device Functions 39 Programming Product Codes 38, 4352 Punch-Through Programming 40 Quadruple Crossover 3, 22 Rear-Panel Connections 7, 8 Recalling Preset Stations 6, 11, 33 Recording 3, 8, 26, 30, 33 Remote Control 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 18, 23, 24, 26, 27, 38, 39, 54 Remote Control Batteries 15 Remote Control Function List 4142 Remote Control Functions 9, 10, 11, 3852 Remote Control Setup Code Tables 4352 Resetting the Remote 40 S-Video 3, 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 16, 26, 33, 54 SACD 12, 13, 26, 27, 54 Safety Information 4 Satellite Television 8, 11, 12, 13, 50 Semi-OSD 16, 17, 24, 26, 27, 34, 36, 56 Setting Preset Stations 33 Settings Worksheet 56 Sleep Mode 10, 26 Source Selection 6, 10, 26 Speaker Placement 14, 15, 22, 24 Speaker Selection 14 Speaker Setup 5, 20 Speaker Size Menu 20 Speaker Terminals 7 Speaker Wire 12, 53 Speaker/Channel Input Indicators 5, 6, 24, 31 Subwoofer 3, 6, 7, 8, 12, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 30, 34, 56 Surround Mode Chart 28, 29 Surround Mode Selection 6, 1820, 27 Surround Off 10, 11, 18, 20, 23, 24, 27, 29, 32 Surround Select Menu 18 Surround Setup 1820 System Configuration 1425, 35 System Setup 1517 Tape 4, 7, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 33, 38, 40, 41, 42, 51, 56 Technical Specifications 54 Theater 3, 10, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 27, 28, 32, 33, 38, 40 Tone Controls 5, 17, 18, 20, 27, 32 Trademark Acknowledgements 54 Transport Controls 8, 9, 11, 38, 40 Transport-Control Punch-Through 40 Troubleshooting Guide 53 Tuner Mode 5, 6, 9, 10, 33, 34, 41 Tuner Operation 33 Turn-On Volume Level (Volume Default) 36 TV 3, 4, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 22, 27, 33, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45 Typographical Conventions 2 Unpacking 4, 12 Upsampling 19 VCR 3, 8, 11, 12, 17, 22, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 46, 47 Video Connections 8, 13 Video Equipment Connections 12 Video Monitor 7, 8, 11, 13, 16, 26 VMAx 10, 18, 20, 21, 24, 27, 28, 32, 54 Volume Control 5, 6, 11, 16, 20, 26, 27, 29, 34, 39, 40, 53 Volume Punch-Through 40
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