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AUDIO/VIDEO RECEIVER OWNERS MANUAL
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1. Read Instructions. All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated. 2. Retain Instructions. The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. 3. Heed Warnings. All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. 4. Follow Instructions. All operating and use instructions should be followed. 5. Cleaning. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. 6. Attachments. Do not use attachments not recommended by the product manufacturer, as they may cause hazards. 7. Water and Moisture. Do not use this product near water for example, near a bathtub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry tub; in a wet basement; near a swimming pool; or the like. 8. Accessories. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table. The product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the product. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product. Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturers instructions, and should use a mounting accessory recommended by the manufacturer. 9. A Product and Cart Combination Should Be Moved With Care. Quick stops, excessive force and uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart combination to overturn. 10. Ventilation. Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from overheating, and these openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface. This product should not be placed in a built-in installation, such as a bookcase or rack, unless proper ventilation is provided or the manufacturers instructions have been adhered to. 11. Power Sources. This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your 2
home, consult your product dealer or local power company. For products intended to operate from battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating instructions. 12. Polarization. This product may be equipped with a polarized alternating-current-line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug. 13. Power-Cord Protection. Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the product. 14. Nonuse Periods. The power cord of the product should be unplugged from the outlet when left unused for long periods of time. 15. Outdoor Antenna Grounding. If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Article 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information with regard to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode. See Figure A. 16. Lightning. For added protection for this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power-line surges. 17. Power Lines. An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits, as contact with them might be fatal.
Figure A. Example of Antenna Grounding as per National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70
18. Overloading. Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience receptacles, as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock. 19. Object and Liquid Entry. Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings, as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product. 20. Servicing. Do not attempt to service this product yourself, as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. 21. Damage Requiring Service. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: a. The power-supply cord or the plug has been damaged; or b. Objects have fallen onto, or liquid has been spilled into, the product; or c. The product has been exposed to rain or water; or d. The product does not operate normally when following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions, as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to its normal operation; or e. The product has been dropped or damaged in any way; or f. The product exhibits a distinct change in performance; this indicates a need for service. 22. Replacement Parts. When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards. 23. Safety Check. Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the product is in proper operating condition. 24. Wall or Ceiling Mounting. The product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer. 25. Heat. The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves or other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Important Safety Information
As with the other speaker outputs, remember to observe proper polarity by connecting the positive and negative output terminals to the corresponding terminals on each speaker.
Remote IR Carrier Output: This output is similar in function to
the Remote IR Output, with the difference that this jack outputs the full infrared signal as received by the AVRs IR sensor or the Remote IR Input, while the Remote IR Output jack outputs a stripped signal that has no carrier frequency. The full signal may be required by some components with IR inputs. It may also be required when you connect external IR emitters or other devices to the AVR to pass IR signals to other components.
Multiroom Audio Outputs: Connect these jacks to an external
amplifier to power the speakers in the remote zone of a multiroom system. When these jacks are used, it is possible to have a full 7.1channel system in the main listening room at the same time the multiroom system is in use.
A-BUS Port: Use a Category 5/5e cable to connect this port to optional A-BUS equipment for multiroom operation. When the A-BUS system is used, it is possible to have a full 7.1-channel system in the main listening room at the same time the multiroom system is in use. Video 1, Video 2, Video 3 and DVD Audio/Video Inputs:
These jacks may be used to connect your video-capable source components (e.g., VCR, DVD player, cable TV box) to the receiver. Remember to use only one type of video connection for each source. See the Connections section for more information on audio and video connection options for each source component.
Video 1 Audio/Video Outputs: These jacks may be used to connect your VCR or another recorder. Composite and S-Video Monitor Outputs: If any of your
sources use composite or S-video connections, you may need to connect one or both of these monitor outputs to the corresponding inputs on your television or video display in order to view the sources and to view the on-screen displays. If your video display is equipped with component video or HDMI inputs, you may take advantage of the AVR 350s transcoding capability, which transcodes composite and S-video signals to component video and HDMI, allowing for only a single video connection from the AVR to the video display.
Subwoofer Output: If you have a powered subwoofer with a linelevel input, connect it to this jack.
Preamp Outputs: Connect these jacks to an external amplifier if
more power is desired.
Surround Back/Multiroom Preamp Outputs: These outputs may be used with an external amplifier either to power the surround back channels, or to power the speakers in the remote zone of a multichannel system. Use the on-screen menu system to configure these channels as desired. Remote Infrared (IR) Input and Output: When the remote IR receiver on the front panel is blocked, such as when the AVR is placed inside a cabinet, connect an optional IR receiver to the Remote IR Input jack for use with the remote control. The Remote IR Output may be connected to the Remote IR Input of a compatible source device (or other product) to enable remote control through the AVR. This is particularly useful in multiroom applications, when you wish to control the source device from the remote room (when used with the Multiroom IR Input). When several source devices are used, connect them in daisy chain fashion. Multiroom Infrared (IR) Input: Connect a remote IR receiver
located in the remote zone of a multiroom system to this jack to control the AVR and any source devices connected to the Remote IR Output from the remote zone.
HDMI Inputs and Output: HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a newer type of connection for transmitting digital audio and video signals between devices. With the AVR 350s powerful processor, you may connect up to two HDMI-equipped source devices to the HDMI inputs using a single-cable connection, while benefiting from superior digital audio and video performance. However, if your video display is not HDMI-compatible, you will need to connect the device to one of the other source inputs, selecting a coaxial or optical digital audio input and analog video input. See the Connections and Installation sections for more information.
If your video display has an HDMI input, but some of your sources have only analog video outputs, you may still rely on just the HDMI video connection to your display; the AVR 350 will automatically transcode analog video signals up to 720p to the HDMI format. High-resolution analog 1080i or higher signals are not available at the HDMI Output, but 1080i signals received through one of the HDMI Inputs will be passed through directly to the HDMI Output without any video processing.
Program Indicator: This LED lights up or flashes in one of three colors
as the remote is programmed with codes.
Power Off Button: Press this button to turn off the AVR 350 or
AVR Selector: Press this button to switch the remote to the codes
that operate the receiver.
Input Selectors: Press one of these buttons to select a source device, which is a component where a playback signal originates, e.g., DVD, CD, cable TV, satellite or HDTV tuner, or an iPod docked in the optional The Bridge. This will also turn on the receiver and switch the remotes mode to operate the source device. XM Radio Button: Press this button to select XM Satellite Radio as the source. You will need to have purchased and activated an XM antenna module, and you will also need to subscribe to the XM Radio service. Visit www.xmradio.com for more information. AM/FM Button: Press this button to select the tuner as the source,
or to switch between the AM, FM and XM Radio bands.
DVD: Controls DVD players and recorders. CD: Controls CD players and recorders. Tape: Controls cassette decks. Video 1: Controls VCRs, TiVo, PVRs and the
Harman Kardon DMC 250 and DMC 1000.
6-/8-Channel Input Selector: Press this button to select the 6-/8-Channel Inputs as the audio source. The receiver will use the video input and remote control codes for the last-selected video source. Learn Button: The AVR 350 remote is capable of learning
individual IR codes from the original remote that came with your TV or a device that is connected to any of the source inputs. See Step Eight of the Installation section for instructions on learning remote codes.
Video 2: Controls cable and satellite television set-top boxes. Video 3: Controls televisions and other video displays. Video 4: Controls televisions and other video displays. HDMI 1 and 2: Each code set controls a source device (VCR/PVR,
DVD player or cable/satellite set-top box) connected to one of these two inputs.
Test Tone: Press this button to activate the test tone for manual
TV/Video: This button has no effect on the receiver, but is used to switch video inputs on some video source components. Sleep Button: Press this button to activate the sleep timer, which
turns off the receiver after a programmed period of time of up to 90 minutes.
XM: Controls the AVR functions for XM Satellite Radio. The Bridge/DMP: Controls an iPod docked in The Bridge.
The AVR 350 is equipped with two HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) inputs, and one output. HDMI is capable of carrying digital audio and video information using a single cable, thus delivering the highest possible quality picture and sound. The AVR 350 is Simplay HD-verified for compatibility via the HDMI connection with other Simplay HD-verified products. There are different versions of HDMI, depending on the capability of the source device and the type of signal it is capable of transmitting via the HDMI connection. In addition, receivers and processors such as the AVR 350 may handle the incoming signal in several different ways, depending on their capability as well. The AVR 350 uses HDMI version 1.2a, and is capable of processing both the audio and video components of the HDMI data, minimizing the number of cable connections in your system. NOTE: Some multichannel audio devices, such as DVD-Audio, SACD, HD-DVD or Blu-ray Disc players, output certain audio formats only through the sources multichannel analog outputs. These include DVDAudio players with HDMI version 1.0, and HD-DVD and Blu-ray Disc players that do not decode the digital audio. In those cases, make separate analog audio and video connections in addition to the HDMI connection, which is still used if you wish to listen to Dolby Digital, DTS or PCM materials that may be stored on the disc. To play a multichannel disc, select the AVR 350s 6-Channel Analog Audio Inputs as the source. You may select a composite, S- or component video connection to associate with the audio source input. However, the HDMI connection is not available with the 6-channel audio input. In addition, the AVR 350 will convert analog video signals to the HDMI format, upscaling to high-definition 720p resolution. Source signals with 1080i or 1080p resolution are passed via the HDMI Output to your display at their original high-quality resolution, depending on your displays capabilities. You may view the AVR 350s own on-screen display menus using the HDMI output.
Figure 4 HDMI Connection
HDMI cable runs are usually limited to about 10 feet. The AVR 350 incorporates a repeater, which allows an additional 10 feet of cable between the source device and the video display. If your video display or source device is not HDMI-capable, use one of the analog video connections (composite, S- or component video) and if available on your source device, either a coaxial or optical digital audio connection. Coaxial digital audio jacks are usually color-coded in orange. Although they look similar to analog jacks, they should not be confused, and you should not connect coaxial digital audio outputs to analog inputs or vice versa. See Figure 5.
Figure 35 Remote Battery Compartment
When using the remote, remember to point the lens toward the front panel of the AVR 350. Make sure no objects, such as furniture, are blocking the remotes path to the receiver. Bright lights, fluorescent lights and plasma video displays may interfere with the remotes functioning. The remote has a range of about 20 feet, depending on the lighting conditions. It may be used at an angle of up to 30 degrees to either side of the AVR. If the remote seems to operate intermittently, or if pressing a button on the remote does not cause the AVR Selector or one of the Input Selectors to light up, then make sure the batteries have been inserted correctly, or replace all three batteries with fresh ones.
If you have other source devices in your system, follow these steps to program the correct codes into the remote. 1. Using the codes in Tables A9A17 of the Appendix, look up the product type (e.g., DVD, cable TV box) and the brand name of your source. The number(s) listed is/are potential candidates for the correct code set for your particular device. 2. Turn on your source device. 3. This step places the remote in program mode, and varies slightly, depending on which Input Selector is being programmed. Refer to Figure 36. a) DVD, Tape, Video 1, Video 2, Video 3 and Video 4 Sources: Press and hold the Input Selector until the Program Indicator LED starts to flash, then release it. Follow the directions in Step 4, below. b) CD Source: Press the DVD/CD Input Selector twice quickly so that it turns green, hold it until the Program LED starts to flash, then release. Follow the directions in Step 4, below. c) HDMI 1 Source: Press and hold the Input Selector until it turns red and the Program LED flashes, then release it. Next, press the Input Selector that corresponds to the device type you want to program into the HDMI 1 mode, i.e., DVD, VCR/PVR/DMC or CBL/SAT. Then follow the directions in Step 4, below.
Step Eight Program Sources Into the Remote
The AVR 350 remote not only is capable of controlling the receiver, but it may also be programmed to control many brands and models of VCRs, DVD players, CD players, cable boxes, satellite receivers, cassette decks and TVs, as well as an iPod docked in The Bridge. It may help to think of the remote as a book with pages. Each page represents the button functions for a different device. In order to access the functions for a particular device, you first need to turn to that page; that is, switch the remote to that device mode. This is done by pressing the AVR Button to access the codes that control the receiver, or the Input Selector Buttons to access the codes for the devices programmed into the remote.
Figure 73 6-/8-Channel Input Selector
audio found on a DVD-Video disc) and video via the HDMI connection. It is not necessary to make a separate digital audio connection. b) Connect the players 6-channel analog audio outputs to the AVRs 6-/8-Channel Inputs and connect one of the players analog video outputs to a source input on the AVR (e.g., Component Video 3 or Video 3). c) Program the players remote control codes into the Input Selector corresponding to the source you used for the analog video connection (e.g., Video 3). When you wish to view a DVD, simply select the HDMI 1 source. When you wish to play a multichannel disc, first select the analog video source, e.g., Video 3, to obtain the correct video signal, then select the 6-/8-Channel Inputs to select the audio signal. To select the 6-/8-Channel Inputs as the source, use either the Source Selector on the front panel or press the 6/8CH Input Selector on the remote. See Figure 73.
NOTE: The 6-/8-Channel Inputs pass the incoming signals directly to the volume control, without digitizing or processing them. Therefore, you will need to configure bass management settings (i.e., speaker size, delay and output level) on your source device so that they match the settings you programmed using EzSet/EQ, which may be viewed using the Manual Setup menu (see Advanced Functions section). Consult the owners guide for your multichannel player for more information. The multichannel analog audio connection is not required for DVD-Audio players compliant with HDMI version 1.1 or better, or HD-DVD and Blu-ray Disc players that decode the digital audio internally and output linear PCM signals in digital format. Consult the owners guide for your disc player for more information.
Using the Tuner
The AVR 350s built-in tuner may be selected in one of three ways (see Figure 74): 1. Press the Source Selector Button on the front panel repeatedly until the tuner is selected. The last-used band (AM or FM) will be active. 2. Press the Tuner Band Button (marked AM/FM). Press this button again to switch bands. This will also enable you to select XM Radio, which is described separately in the next section.
3. Press the Tuner Input Selector (marked AM/FM) on the remote. Press this button again to switch bands (AM, FM or XM).
XM Radio Operation
XM Radio is a satellite-delivered service that offers hundreds of program channels, as well as local traffic and weather information for select cities. The AVR 350 is XM Ready, which means that it is able to receive the XM service when a user-supplied XM antenna module is connected and the service activated. Select an antenna module designated for XM Ready audio components. An XM Ready-compatible module uses the special connector on the AVR 350s rear panel that allows you to use the AVRs tuner, including its 40 preset station locations and remote control. Although you may use a module with standard audio connections, which may be indicated for car and home use, you will not be able to enjoy the AVR 350s ease of control. The Audiovox CNP 1000 Connect and Play module for home audio use (may no longer be available) and the XM Mini-Tuner and Home Dock (Models CNP-2000 and CNP-2000H) are compatible with the AVR 350. Additional modules may become available in the future. Modules produced for automotive, or mobile, use are not compatible with the AVR 350. NOTE: To listen to XM Radio using the AVR 350, you will need to purchase an XM antenna module and subscription, and activate your module. XM service is not available in Alaska or Hawaii. Visit the XM Radio Web site at www.xmradio.com for more information. Plug the module into the XM Antenna Jack on the rear of the AVR 350. Place the antenna module so that it has a clear view through a southfacing window in order to obtain reception from the XM satellite.
Figure 74 Tuner Input Selection
Radio stations may be selected in one of four ways (see Figure 75): 1. If you know the frequency number, enter it directly by first pressing the Direct Button on the remote, and then using the Numeric Keys. 2. After you have programmed Preset stations (see below), either enter the Preset number (1 through 30) using the remote or use the Preset Stations Buttons (front-panel or remote) to scroll through the list of presets. 3. In Auto tuning mode, with each press of the Tuning Buttons (front panel or remote), the AVR 350 will scan in the chosen direction until a station with acceptable signal strength is detected. Press the Tuning Button again to stop scanning. 4. In Manual tuning mode, with each press of the Tuning Buttons, the AVR 350 will tune the next frequency increment (0.1MHz for FM, or 10kHz for AM) in the selected direction. Press and hold the Tuning Button for faster scanning.
Figure 75 Tuning a Station
Press the Tuning Mode Button (TUN-M on the remote) to switch between Auto and Manual tuning modes. See Figure 76. When an FM station has been tuned, pressing the Tuning Mode Button will switch between stereo and mono tuning, which may improve reception of weaker stations.
Select XM Radio as the source in one of the following three ways (see Figure 78): 1. Press the Source Selector button on the front panel repeatedly until XM Radio is selected. XM will only appear in the Message Display. 2. Press the Tuner Band Button (front-panel or remote) repeatedly until XM Radio is selected. 3. Press the XM Radio Input Selector on the remote.
Figure 76 Tuning Mode
To store a station in one of the 30 presets (see Figure 77): 1. Tune the desired station. 2. Press the Memory Button on the remote. 3. Use the Numeric Keys to enter the desired preset number.
Figure 78 XM Radio Source Selection
You should be able to tune in Channel 1, the Preview Channel, to confirm that your equipment is ready for activation. There are three ways to tune an XM Radio channel (see Figure 75): 1. Enter the channel number directly using the Numeric Keys on the remote. It is not necessary to press the Direct Button first.
Figure 77 Storing a Preset Station
2. Press the Tuning Buttons on the front panel or remote to scan through the channels. Auto tuning mode is not available.
The Bridge is an optional dock that may be used with a compatible iPod (not included). When The Bridge is connected to its proprietary input on the AVR 350 and the iPod is docked, you may play the audio, video and still-image materials on your iPod through your high-quality audio/ video system, operate the iPod using the AVR remote or the AVRs front-panel controls, view navigation messages on the AVRs front panel or a connected video display, and charge the iPod. Either press the front-panel Source Selector repeatedly until the message DMP/The Bridge is CONNECTED scrolls across the front panel and appears in the semi-OSD display, or press the DMP Button on the remote to select The Bridge as the input source. When an iPod is docked in The Bridge, the screen shown in Figure 79 will appear on a video display connected to the AVR. Navigate The Bridges screens by using the / Buttons to highlight a line and pressing the Set Button to select the line. The Button scrolls down, and the Button scrolls up. Press the Menu Button to return to the previous level of The Bridges menu system. Remember to set the remote in The Bridge device mode by pressing the Tape/The Bridge Button. If it lights in red, press it again quickly so that it lights in green, indicating it is in The Bridge mode.
Two-channel analog and digital audio signals, as well as composite and S-video signals, are normally available at the appropriate recording outputs. Thus, to make a recording, you need only make sure to connect your audio or video recorder to the appropriate output jacks, as described in the Installation section, insert blank media and make sure the recorder is turned on and recording while the source is playing.
Figure 79 The Bridge: Main Menu Screen
MUSIC: This line allows you to navigate the audio materials stored on your iPod.
PHOTOS/VIDEOS: Selecting this item allows you to play still images or videos stored on the iPod. The screen shown in Figure 80 will appear, instructing you to operate the iPods own controls directly to play images and videos. You may use the AVR 350 remote instead of the iPods controls to navigate it. Visual materials will be displayed on a video display connected to the AVR. NOTE: After selecting video/photo viewing, the AVR may remain in iPod Manual Mode, even after undocking the iPod or switching to another source input and back again. To return to normal operation, with the AVR remote in The Bridge mode, press and hold the Menu Button.
Figure 83 Using The Bridge (Front Panel)
Table 7 summarizes the controls available when The Bridge is in use. See also Figures 82 and 83. Table 7 Using The Bridge
iPod Function Play Pause Menu Select Scroll Reverse Scroll Forward Forward Search/Next Track Reverse Search/Previous Track Remote Control Key Play () Pause (II) Menu (Spkr) Set Left Arrow () Right Arrow () Forward/Next () Reverse/Previous () Front-Panel Button Tuner Mode Tuner Mode Tuner Band (AM/FM) Set Preset Down Preset Up Tuning Up Tuning Down
Figure 81 The Bridge: Settings Menu Screen
Figure 82 Using The Bridge (Remote)
NOTES ON VIDEO PLAYBACK: Before attempting to play videos stored on your iPod, check the Video Settings menu on the iPod and make sure that the TV Out setting is set to On. The TV Signal setting should be NTSC to match the capabilities of your video display. Set Widescreen to On or Off, depending on the aspect ratio of your video display. If your selection was playing and paused at the time you changed the TV Out setting, the iPod may require you to navigate its menu system and reselect the video for the new TV Out setting to take effect. Resuming play from the Now Playing function may not reflect the change to the TV Out setting. This is a function of the iPod, not the AVR 350. In Video mode, the iPods menus will not be visible on your video display, although you may view them on the iPods screen. You may operate the iPod using the AVR remote, as long as it is in The Bridge device mode. You may view the AVRs on-screen displays while The Bridge is in use, just as you would with any other video source. The MP4 and H.264 video formats often used for videos to be played on the iPod are intended for optimal performance on the iPods small screen. Playback on larger displays may have different results. Surround Setup menu, as shown in Figure 86. With the Surround Mode highlighted, press the Set Button to change the surround mode group. Use the / Buttons to scroll through the options, and press the Set Button when the desired mode group appears. Navigate to the Mode line and follow the same procedure to select an individual mode. As explained in the Advanced Functions section, there are also some additional settings that may be made.
Selecting a Surround Mode
Surround mode selection can be as simple or sophisticated as your individual system and tastes. Feel free to experiment with the many available surround modes on the AVR 350, and you may find a few that become your favorites for certain sources or program types. Although more detailed information on surround modes may be found in the Advanced Functions section, it is easy to select any of the modes available at a given time: To select a surround mode using the front-panel controls, press the Surround Mode Button repeatedly until the desired group of modes is selected: Logic 7, Dolby, DTS, DSP or Stereo. Then press the Surround Select Button repeatedly to select the desired mode within the group. See Figure 84.
Figure 85 Select a Surround Mode (Remote)
You are now ready to enjoy the best in home theater entertainment with your AVR 350. As you become more familiar with the receiver, you may wish to explore some of its advanced functions, which are described in the following section.
Speaker Crossover Menu
On the Manual Speaker Setup menu, move the cursor to the Crossover X-OVER line and press the Set Button to display the Speaker Crossover menu. See Figure 90.
Figure 90 Speaker Crossover Menu Screen
Setting the Speaker Crossover menu correctly ensures that your speakers are properly used so that they sound their best. Although you could skip this step the first time you use the receiver, we recommend that you take the few extra minutes to enter the correct crossover settings. You may select from seven possible settings: 40Hz, 60Hz, 80Hz, 100Hz, 120Hz, 150Hz or 200Hz. Depending upon the frequency response of your speakers which you recorded in Step One Determine Speaker Size, for each speaker group select the number that matches or is just above the low end of your speakers frequency response. You may record the speaker crossover settings in Table A5 in the appendix. The Subwoofer line sets the frequency for a low-pass filter that determines what information is sent to the subwoofer for playback. Since the subwoofer output combines low-frequency information for all channels, in order to make sure that no information is lost due to different speakers having different capabilities, the subwoofer filter should be matched to the highest crossover frequency used for any speaker group. Examine each of your speaker-group settings in this menu, and determine which group is set to the highest frequency. Move the cursor to the Subwoofer line, press the Set Button and use the / Buttons to select that speaker group. If all speaker groups have the same setting, you may leave the Subwoofer filter at its factory default of the LEFT/RIGHT speaker group. Move the cursor to the left to select the next submenu. It is not possible to adjust the speaker crossover settings without using the on-screen menu system.
Delay Adjust Menu
As explained above in Step Two Measure Speaker Distances, sometimes the speakers are placed at different distances from the listening position, which can muddy the sound, as sounds are heard earlier or later than desired. Even if all of your speakers are placed the same distance from the listening position, you should not skip this menu.
Figure 87 (repeated) Speaker/Channel Input Indicators
On the Manual Speaker Setup menu, move the cursor to the Delay Adjust line and press the Set Button to display the Delay Adjust menu. See Figure 91. displayed, and use the / Buttons again to change the setting. Press the Set Button to return to the previous display, or wait a few seconds for the AVR to return to normal operation on its own.
Figure 95 Multiroom Button
Operating the Multiroom System
The AVR 350s multiroom system is accessed using the on-screen Multi Room Setup menu. Press the OSD Button to display the Menu System, and use the / Buttons to navigate to the Multi Room tab. See Figure 48. Press the Set Button to display the Multi Room Setup menu. See Figure 94.
The AVR 350 offers several system settings that allow you to make the receiver easier to use rather than directly affecting performance. Most of these settings may be accessed from the System Setup menu, which is selected by pressing the OSD Button and navigating to the System tab. Press the Set Button to display the System Setup Menu. See Figure 96.
Figure 94 Multiroom Setup Menu Screen
Figure 96 System Setup Menu Screen
Multi Room: This line is used to turn the multiroom system on or off. When no one is listening in the remote room, leave this setting at the default of OFF. Source: This line indicates the source input selected for the remote zone. You may select any source input for which a device has been connected to the AVR 350, even when a different source is being enjoyed in the main listening area. However, if the tuner has been selected for simultaneous operation in both the main listening area and the remote zone, listeners in both areas will hear the same radio station. Default Volume: The volume is controlled separately for the remote zone. SB Amps: This line is used to reassign the surround back channels to the multiroom system, enabling you to connect speakers for a remote room without using an external amplifier (unless you are connecting the
VFD Fade Timeout: Some people find the brightness of the AVRs front-panel display distracting during movies or listening sessions. Its possible to dim the front-panel display completely using the Dim function (see below). This sets the display to remain dark most of the time, lighting up only when a button is pressed or a remote command is received, and going dark again five seconds after the last command. The VFD Fade Timeout feature also causes the display to light up only when a button is pressed or a change in the incoming signal is detected, but the display immediately begins to fade to dark. Select a time-out period of between 3 and 10 seconds, or select OFF if you prefer to leave the displays on at all times or to use the Dim function. Volume Default and Default Volume Set: These two settings are used together to program a volume level the AVR will always switch to
harman consumer group
What To Say: AB 2 Compatibility Issues Rev. 2.0 ~ 30-Jan-09 MHH Page 1
Field Quality Issues Central Quality Group
Issue: Consumer reports compatibility issues between an AB 2 and older Harman Kardon AVRs What to Say: The AB 2 is fully compatible with the Harman Kardon AVR 3550HD, and performs virtually all functions when used with an AVR 347 and AVR 350. Unfortunately, when it is used with AVR x45 and prior series models, the units keypad may not operate all AVR features. We apologize for this and offer the following suggestions: When a Harman Kardon Zone II remote, or any remote programmed with Harman Kardon IR codes is used in conjunction with the AB 2 and a Harman Kardon A-Bus Ready AVR, the remote will control the AVR through the AB 2s internal sensor. Full compatibility is available with the AB 1 module and a Harman Kardon Zone II remote, or any remote programmed with Harman Kardon IR codes.
FULL QUALITY REPORT BELOW
QC report AB 2 operation.doc Revised 05-18-07
Central Quality Group
Field Quality Report Proposed Revision 2.2 February 27, 2008 To: CC: From: Phone: Fax: Category Quality Marketing Product Dealer name and store number / or Customer name: Address: Mark -> X x Scott Schatzel 516-682-6497 Date: HCG QA RA Number: Tracking #: GL#: IO#:
65801 product 65803 freight
City, ST, zip: Phone:
GENERAL INFORMATION 1. BRAND and MODEL number 2. Serial Number 3.
Include details: customer and/or dealer names, phone numbers, etc.
Harman Kardon AB 2 Testing here in NY office with AVR 347 and ABUS hub
How you learned of problem.
Detailed description of the problem
Product does not work as per the Owners Manual.:
CD Source Control When the AB 2 is used with a Harman Kardon ABH 4000 or other compatible multizone ABUS hub and when a CD player is connected to Source 2 of the hub, tap this button to select the CD player as the source and begin play (if the player was not already playing). Tap the button again to pause play. If audio is not heard within a few moments of the first tap, tap the button again, as the CD player may have already been playing and would have interpreted the command as a Pause. If this button was previously tapped to start play, press and hold the button to skip to the next disc (assuming the player is a multidisc unit). Keypad (incl. remote) Does not control OTHER brand product, without other brand remote control used for IR pass-through. OM does not indicate HK product only. DVD Source Control When the AB 2 is used with a Harman Kardon ABH 4000 or other compatible multizone ABUS hub, and when a DVD player is connected to Source 3 of the hub, tap this button to select the DVD player as the source and begin play. If this button was previously tapped to select the DVD player as the source, press and hold the button to begin play. Keypad (incl. remote) Does not control OTHER brand product, without other brand remote control used for IR pass-through. OM does not indicate HK product only. MP3 Source Control When the AB 2 is used with a Harman Kardon ABH 4000 or other compatible multizone ABUS hub, and when an MP3 player is connected to Source 4 of the hub, tap or press and hold this button to select the MP3 player as the source. When connected direct to AVR, has no effect. No source selection. When connected to Hub, will select Source #4, but will not send command for Play through Keypad (incl. remote) OM does not indicate HK product only. Step Seven (Optional): Switch keypads. You may switch keypads to better reflect the source devices connected to the ABH 4000 or other multizone hub. The Power Off/Mute, Skip Up/Down and Volume Up/Down keys remain the same, but the source names change from AVR to TN (tuner), CD to SAT, DVD to VID, and MP3 to The Bridge icon. AVR button on keypad is multi-function to switch to TUN/ DMP. OM indicates change MP3 button to Bridge. MP3 button has no effect on AVR, only selection through Hub. The Bridge/DMP has no analog connections so no way to connect to hub directly.
5. 6. 7. 8. Was the problem found in a store, home, or vehicle? Date of report Reported by
Testing in office with AVR and hub connections. 04/22/2008 Scott Schatzel Harman Audio Ext 6497
Include name and department
Number of similar reports:
Include total, if known
Customer Service Field Marketing Other Sources 9. Were there any special circumstances of use?
Indicate anything you think may be a factor in the issue
If complaint is AUDIO related (no audio or poor quality audio), proceed to Section A. If complaint is VIDEO related (no video, poor quality video, or screen distorted), proceed to Section B. If complaint is HDMI related, proceed to Section C. If complaint is related to an unfamiliar or error message in the front-panel display, proceed to Section D. If complaint is related to the REMOTE CONTROL or other control device not operating as expected or unable to be programmed as desired, proceed to Section E. If complaint is related to the OWNERS MANUAL, proceed to Section F. If complaint is related to DRIVE+PLAY, proceed to Section G. If complaint is related to all other Mobile Audio, proceed to section H. SECTION A Audio Complaints 1. BRAND and MODEL number of source device 2. 3. 4. 5. BRAND and MODEL of receiver and/or preamp/amp Source input used on receiver Were analog audio connections for above source input used? Was a digital audio input used on receiver and source input assignment?
No if none was used
AVR 247, AB 2
Used both analog connections, Cat5 connections and IR link connections
6. For disc players or where source was a disc, indicate disc type. If commercial, provide title and catalog number. If burned by customer, identify software and computer (or recorder) used to create disc, and, if it is a copy of a commercial disc, identify the original. Surround mode (or Surround Off) in use at time problem was observed. Brands, models, and channel placements for all loudspeakers.
Please indicate physical placement of all speakers
7. 8. 9.
Note placement of all components. Describe placement of electronic components in relation to each other and TV (e.g. in a rack right next to TV). Indicate where all power cords were plugged (all in one power strip or separate wall outlets). Indicate any items plugged into accessory outlets on back of receiver. 10. Was a multi-room system in use? If so, describe all connections used, source units in use, and other equipment such as amps or speakers. 11. Brands, models, and lengths of all cables: analog audio interconnects, digital audio (optical or coax), speaker wires (including gauge), video (composite, S-video, component video, other) 12. If cable television system is present (even if not in use at time of problem), describe how it is connected to system SECTION B Video Complaints 1. BRAND and MODEL number of source device 2. BRAND and MODEL of receiver and/or preamp/amp 3. Source input used on receiver 4. Indicate whether composite, S-Video, or component video connections were used for each source input. 5.
BRAND and MODEL of TV or video display. Which inputs on the TV were in use? Any other applicable menu settings on the TV, especially related to HDTV (progressive or interlaced, resolution level 480i/p, 720i/p, 1080i/p). For disc players or where source was a disc, indicate disc type. If commercial, provide title and catalog number. If burned by customer, identify software and computer (or recorder) used to create disc, and if it is a copy of a commercial disc, identify the original. Results when source device is connected directly to display device (bypassing receiver and other equipment) 5
Indicate whether component video input was assigned to a source for appropriate models.
8. 9. Please indicate physical placement of all speakers Describe placement of electronic components in relation to each other and TV (e.g. in a rack right next to TV). Indicate where all power cords were plugged (all in one power strip or separate wall outlets). Indicate any items plugged into accessory outlets on back of receiver. Brands, models, and lengths of all cables: video (composite, S-video, component video, other), analog audio interconnects, digital audio (optical or coax), speaker wires (including gauge) If cable television system is present (even if not in use at time of problem), describe how it is connected to system For DVD players, indicate video mode (interlaced or progressive and in which progressive mode). Was a cable, satellite, or HDTV set-top box in use? Describe all menu settings related to video (interlaced or progressive, screen resolution, modes)
11. 12. 13.
Please provide as much information as possible, no matter how minor.
SECTION C HDMI Complaints 1. BRAND and MODEL number of source device 2. BRAND and MODEL of receiver and/or preamp/amp 3. What HDMI version is the source and receiver? (1.0, 1.1, 1.2,1.3, etc) 4. What HDMI source input used on receiver? 5. Brand and model of HDTV or HD video display. Which inputs on the TV were in use? Any other applicable menu settings on the TV, especially related to HDTV (progressive or interlaced, resolution level 480i/p, 720i/p, 1080i/p). 6. Indicate what VIDEO PROCESSING mode was set on AVR 7. Indicate the VIDEO OUT resolution format set on AVR. 8. What is the VIDEO OUT resolution format on the source being used 9. What is the ASPECT RATIO setting on the source being used at the time problem was observed? 10. What VIEW MODE setting is set on the HDTV or HD video display being used? 11. Indicate the audio format selected on source at time problem was observed. 12. Surround mode (or Surround Off) in use at time problem was observed. 13. Does this problem occur solely on this source
or is it reproducible with different sources? 14. Does this problem occur solely on this HDTV or HD video display or is it reproducible with different HDTV or HD video display? 15. Please indicate physical placement of all speakers 16. Describe placement of electronic components in relation to each other and TV (e.g. in a rack right next to TV). Indicate where all power cords were plugged (all in one power strip or separate wall outlets). Indicate any items plugged into accessory outlets on back of receiver. 17. Brands, models, and lengths of all cables: video (composite, S-video, component video, other), analog audio interconnects, digital audio (optical or coax), speaker wires (including gauge) 18. If cable television system is present (even if not in use at time of problem), describe how it is connected to system 19. Was a cable, satellite, or HDTV set-top box in use? Describe all menu settings related to video (interlaced or progressive, screen resolution, modes)
SECTION D Error Messages 1. Exact wording of error message. 2. Where did message appear (front panel only, on screen, etc.)? 3. BRAND and MODEL number of source device 4. BRAND and MODEL of receiver and/or preamp/amp 5. Source input used on receiver 6. Were analog audio connections for above source input used? 7. Was a digital audio input used on receiver and source input assignment? No if none was used 8. Surround mode (or Surround Off) in use at time problem was observed. 9. For disc players or where source was a disc, indicate disc type. If commercial, provide title and catalog number. If burned by customer, identify software and computer (or recorder) used to create disc, and if its a copy of a commercial disc, identify the original. 10. Indicate whether composite, S-Video, or component video connections were used for each source input. 11. What was the last command or operation
performed or attempted before the error message appeared? SECTION E Remote and System Control Issues 1. BRAND and MODEL number of source device 2. 3. 4. BRAND and MODEL of receiver and/or preamp/amp Source input used on receiver
BRAND and MODEL of devices programmed into remote and corresponding input selectors 5. Does the problem have to do with programming product codes into the remote, learning key codes, functionality of remote, RS232 control port, or other? 6. For programming product codes: Indicate BRAND and MODEL of product whose code user is trying to program into remote. Indicate code numbers attempted (if applicable) and results (some keys worked, no keys worked, etc) 7. For learning issues: Indicate which keys user was trying to program with which functions and from which product. Indicate results (any messages or lights on remote). 8. For functionality issues: Describe what you expected remote to do and how it responded. 9. For RS-232 issues: Indicate BRAND and MODEL of all equipment connected to the port. Write out precise codes installer attempted to program (using strings of zeros and ones) and indicate expected function. Indicate how receiver responded. 10. Was a multi-room system in use? If so, describe all connections used, source units in use, other equipment such as amps or speakers. 11. If a remote receiver or other product daisy chaining was in use, what was the result when the remote was used directly on the unit? Indicate BRAND and MODEL of all products in daisy chain. 12. If issue was with A-BUS: Indicate brands and models of other A-BUS components in system. SECTION F Owners Manual 1. Page # where misprint or incorrect information appears. Indicate column and paragraph.
ABUS ffrom AVR, AB 2 and Russound Hub.
Page 1 CD / DVD / MP source control section Page 2 Step Seven: Switch Keypads Page 2 Selector: Functions of button press (MP3) Page 2 Selector: Skip up/dwn (MP3)
How can the button press(mp3) send play and then not trk + or trk - ? (should indicate HK component only)
Wording of incorrect copy. What should the copy say?
SECTION G- Personal Navigation Devices GENERAL INFORMATION 1. MODEL Number
2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
Serial Number (Located on the bottom of the unit) Internal Serial Number (About or Battery screen) Date of Purchase Purchased From Software Version (About or Battery screen)
300 NA 500 NA 810 NA If other what?
310 NA 510 NA Other
ISSUE 7. Power Describe the Issue:
Cigarette Adaptor Wall Adaptor If other what?
Internal Battery Other
Describe the Issue:
Internal Speaker Audio Line From Mount Headphone Jack on unit If other what?
Wireless FM Modulator Other
TMC Describe the Issue:
TMC Activated UUID #:
Bluetooth Describe the Issue:
Make Model Carrier
Note all that apply. Note that all items listed here may not be available
SKU GPS-ANT GPS-CH-HM GPS-CH-VH GPS-CH-VH810 GPS-MT GPS-MT-810 GPS-MIC GPS-RMT GPS-MAP-AE GPS-MAP-NA GPS-MAP-EE
Peripheral Name GPS Antenna GPS Worldwide Home Charger Kit GPS Vehicle Charger Kit GPS Vehicle Charger Kit GPS Vehicle Mount GPS Vehicle Mount GPS Microphone GPS Remote Control GPS SD Maps All Europe GPS SD Maps North America GPS SD Maps Eastern Europe
Applicable Unit(s) GPS200, 300, 310, 410, 500, 510, 810 GPS200, 300, 310, 410, 500, 510, 810 GPS200, 300, 310, 410, 500, 510 GPS810 GPS200, 300, 310, 410, 500, 510 GPS810 GPS810 GPS810 GPS200, 300, 310, 410, 500, 510, 810 GPS200, 300, 310, 410, 500, 510, 810 GPS200, 300, 310, 410, 500, 510, 810
12. Other Detailed description of the problem.
Include detailed steps to reproduce. For example: Turn on the unit, press the Music Button, result the screen turns purple. If the problem occurs in the vehicle include Make/Model of vehicle and include location in vehicle
SECTION H DRIVE+PLAY 1. YEAR, MAKE, and MODEL of vehicle 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Model of iPod/Software version Power Connection Signal Connection Location of CONTROL Module Details of installation Cigarette Adaptor Power Harness Wireless FM Modulator Audio Line Output Wired FM Modulator
Installation performed by:
Customer Retailer Other
If the unit shut down or didnt start: How much voltage was available when the problem was found? If the wireless connection wasnt satisfactory: Were the custom frequencies tried (as well as the presets)?
SECTION I All other mobile product 1. YEAR, MAKE, and MODEL of vehicle 2. Installation performed by: Customer Retailer Other
3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
For speakers (midranges, tweeters, woofers): Is there any output? If yes, then describe any rubbing or buzzing. Include at what volume level, at high or low frequencies, or any unusual output. What was the input source (amplifier or head unit)? Did replacing the speaker solve the problem? For amplifier and amplified subwoofers:
If an amp was used, what is the output rating?
9. Is the amplifier non-operational? Is the fuse good? What is the DC power measured at the amplifier input terminals? Is the POWER light ON? Is the PROTECT light ON? Is the unit connected to an aftermarket or OEM head unit? What was the output configuration (2 channel, 4 channel, stereo, bridged, etc)? What BRAND and MODEL of speakers were connected to the amp? Where was the unit located in the vehicle?
SECTION J - Product Issue Updates 1 Complaint confirmed or duplicated by quality? 2 Possible or known causes.
YES AB2 The AB 2 is fully compatible with the Harman Kardon AVR 3550HD, and performs virtually all functions when used with an AVR 347 and AVR 350. Unfortunately, when it is used with AVR x45 and prior series models, the units keypad may not operate all AVR features. N/A N/A
3 Changes made to production units. S/N Info. 4 Solutions available to address problem.
5 Service Bulletin planned or available?
6 What do we tell a customer/dealer who experiences the problem?
The AB 2 is fully compatible with the Harman Kardon AVR 3550HD, and performs virtually all functions when used with an AVR 347 and AVR 350. Unfortunately, when it is used with AVR x45 and prior series models, the units keypad may not operate all AVR features. We apologize for this and offer the following suggestions: When a Harman Kardon Zone II remote, or any remote programmed with Harman Kardon IR codes is used in conjunction with the AB 2 and a Harman Kardon A-Bus Ready AVR, the remote will control the AVR through the AB 2s internal sensor. Full compatibility is available with the AB 1 module and a Harman Kardon Zone II remote, or any remote programmed with Harman Kardon IR codes.
7 Required Action for Existing Inventory A-Stock Upgrade Yes B-Stock Upgrade Yes No No
harman consumer group Current Inventory Upgrade
Apply fix/modification to units in stock? All existing inventory + future inventory. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Only units not yet repackaged and placed in inventory. Only a small quantity of inventory. Number of pieces to be modified _____ How will modified inventory be identified? 1- Carton Box 2- Rear Panel
Additional Comments: Email or fax to Ellen Webber fax 818- 893-8059
The Harman Kardon AVR 254 is the most affordable Harman Kardon receiver to feature both Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio decoding on the audio side, and Faroudja DCDi Cinema video processing to 1080p on the video side. But there's plenty more to recommend the AVR 254, including three HDMI inputs, connections for external amplifiers, EzSet/EQ technology to fine-tune your system to the acoustics of your room, and an RS-232 port for future firmware upgrades. Perhaps the highest recommendation of all? As do all Harman Kardon A/V receivers, the AVR 254 features a high-current, ultrawide-bandwidth design for maximum fidelity.
|Product Type||AV receiver|
|Sound Output Mode||Surround Sound|
|Built-in Decoders||DTS-ES decoder, Dolby Pro Logic II, DTS Neo:6, DTS-ES Matrix 6.1, DTS-ES Discrete 6.1, DTS 96/24, DTS decoder, Dolby Pro Logic IIx, Dolby Digital Plus, DTS-HD decoder, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio, Dolby Digital EX|
|Audio D/A Converter||24bit / 192kHz|
|Surround Sound Effects||Dolby Headphone, Dolby Virtual Speaker|
|Digital Sound Processor (DSP)||Yes|
|DSP Presets||Movie, Game, Cinema, Music, Logic 7, 5/7 Channel Stereo|
|Surround System Class||7.1 channel|
|Response Bandwidth||10 - 130000 Hz|
|Signal-To-Noise Ratio||100 dB|
|Output Channel Qty||7 channel(s)|
|Output Power / Total||350 Watt|
|Input Impedance||47 kOhm|
|Input Sensitivity||200 mV|
|Total Harmonic Distortion||0.07%|
|Amplifier Output Details||50 Watt - 8 Ohm - 20 - 20000 Hz - THD 0.07% - 7 channel(s) ( surround )|
|Built-in Clock||Digital clock|
|Additional Features||On-screen display, EzSet/EQ, iPod ready, XM satellite radio ready|
|Signal Processing Features|
|HDMI Pass-Through||Up to 1080p|
|Video Conversion/Scaling||Composite video to component video conversion, S-Video to component video conversion, analog to HDMI up conversion|
|Upscaling via HDMI||Up to 1080p|
|Coaxial Digital Input||Yes|
|Coaxial Digital Output||Yes|
|Optical Digital Input||Yes|
|Type||Radio tuner - AM/FM - digital|
|Digital Tuner Band||XM|
|Tuner Frequency Range||FM: 87.5 - 108 MHz, AM: 520 - 1720 kHz|
|Tuning Display||Fluorescent display|
|Antenna Form Factor||Loop AM / wire FM|
|Signal-To-Noise Ratio||68 dB|
|Total Harmonic Distortion||Mono: 0.2%, stereo: 0.3%|
|Type||Universal remote control - infrared|
|Features||Macro function, programmable, learning, multi-brand compatibility|
|Connector Type||1 x AM antenna - rear 1 x FM antenna - rear 3 x S-Video input ( 4 pin mini-DIN ) - rear 3 x composite video input ( RCA phono ) - rear 1 x S-Video output ( 4 pin mini-DIN ) - rear 1 x composite video output ( RCA phono ) - rear 1 x monitor output ( 4 pin mini-DIN ) - rear 1 x monitor output ( RCA phono ) - rear 3 x HDMI input ( 19 pin HDMI Type A ) - rear 1 x HDMI output ( 19 pin HDMI Type A ) - rear 2 x component video input ( RCA phono x 3 ) - rear 1 x component video output ( RCA phono x 3 ) - rear 5 x audio line-in ( RCA phono x 2 ) - rear 3 x audio line-out ( RCA phono x 2 ) - rear 8 x 7.1 channel audio line-in ( RCA phono ) - rear 1 x XM antenna - rear 2 x digital audio input (coaxial) ( RCA phono ) - rear 1 x digital audio output (coaxial) ( RCA phono ) - rear 2 x digital audio input (optical) ( TOSLINK ) - rear 1 x serial ( 9 pin D-Sub ) - rear 3 x remote control ( mini-phone 3.5 mm ) - rear 8 x 7.1 channel audio line-out ( RCA phono ) - rear 7 x speakers output ( banana x 2 ) - rear 1 x headphones ( phone stereo 6.3 mm ) - front 1 x digital audio input (coaxial) ( RCA phono ) - front 1 x digital audio input (optical) ( TOSLINK ) - front 1 x S-Video input ( 4 pin mini-DIN ) - front 1 x composite video/audio input ( RCA phono x 3 ) - front|
|Power Device||Power supply - internal|
|Voltage Required||AC 120 V ( 60 Hz )|
|Power Consumption Operational||540 Watt|
|Power Outlets||1 AC outlet|
|Dimensions & Weight (Shipping)|
|Width (Shipping)||21.9 in|
|Depth (Shipping)||18.3 in|
|Height (Shipping)||10.5 in|
|Weight (Shipping)||32.8 lbs|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Brand||Harman International Industries|
|Part Number||AVR 254|
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