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|Ri Mas||5:22am on Friday, October 8th, 2010|
|Gift I received the AVR435 as a gift from my employer. I am so knocked out by how good the sound quality is. beautiful looks&sound While I have heard that Harman Kardon has gone downhill a little compared to their earlier very high-end products.|
|sugapablo||1:16am on Saturday, September 4th, 2010|
|I bought this receiver 3 months ago to use it for mostly music audition coming from CD player and tuner. I added 2 Bose 201 as front speakers. I have now owned the HK AVR435 for several months. The receiver is mated to a Sony HDTV, Samsung DVD and Scientific Atlanta HD Receiver. I have had this receiver for approximately 8 weeks now and I have been very impressed with all the features and how well it works with my current high...|
|jinfeng_Wang||12:54pm on Sunday, May 2nd, 2010|
|beautiful looks&sound While I have heard that Harman Kardon has gone downhill a little compared to their earlier very high-end products. beautiful looks&sound While I have heard that Harman Kardon has gone downhill a little compared to their earlier very high-end products.|
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C D E F G 5
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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. The following controls and indicators are available on the AVR 435s front panel: 1 Standby/On Switch 2 Surround Mode Group Selector 3 Surround Mode Selector 4 Tuning Selector 5 Tuner Band Selector 6 Preset Station Selector 7 Input Source Selector 8 Tuning Mode Selector 9 Front-Panel Control Door ) Volume Control ! Input Indicators @ Speaker/Channel Input Indicators # Upper Display Line $ Lower Display Line % Surround Mode Indicators ^ Remote Sensor Window
The following controls and jacks are located behind the front-panel door. To open the door, place the edge of a finger on the left or right edge of the panel and gently swing the door down towards you. A Main Power Switch F Digital Input Selector K Optical 4 Digital Input B Headphone Jack G Delay Adjust Selector L Coaxial 4 Digital Input C Tone Mode Button H / Buttons M Video 4 Audio/Video Jacks D Speaker Selector Button I Set Button E Channel Adjust Selector J EzSet/EQ Microphone Jack 1 Standby/On Switch: When the Main Power Switch A is ON, press this button to turn on the AVR 435; press it again to turn the unit off. Note that the illumination surrounding the switch will turn blue when the unit is on. 2 Surround Mode Group Selector: Press this button to select the top-level group of surround modes. Each press of the button will select one of the surround mode categories. Once the button is pressed so that the name of the desired surround mode category appears in the on-screen display and in the Lower Display Line $, press the Surround Mode Selector 3 to cycle through the individual modes available. For example, press this button to select Dolby modes, and then press the Surround Mode Selector 3 to choose from the various mode options. 3 Surround Mode Selector: Press this button to select from among the available surround mode options for the surround mode category selected. The specific modes will vary based on the number of speakers available, the surround mode category and whether the input source is digital or analog. For example, press the Surround Mode Group Selector 2 to select a category such as Dolby or Logic 7, and then press this button to see the specific mode choices that are available. For more information on mode selection, see page 34.
4 Tuning Selector: Press the left side of the button to tune lower-frequency stations and the right side of the button to tune higher-frequency stations. When the tuner is in the MANUAL/MONO mode, each tap of the Selector will increase or decrease the frequency by one increment. When the tuner receives a strong-enough signal for adequate reception, MANUAL TUNED will appear in the Lower Display Line $ and in the on-screen display. When the tuner is in the AUTO/STEREO mode, press the button once, and the tuner will scan for a station with acceptable signal strength. When the next higher- or lower-frequency station with a strongenough signal is tuned, the frequency scan will stop and the Lower Display Line $ and the on-screen display will indicate AUTO TUNED. When an FM Stereo station is tuned, the display will read AUTO ST TUNED. See page 37 for more information on using the tuner. 5 Tuner Band Selector: Pressing this button will automatically switch the AVR 435 to the Tuner mode. Pressing it again will switch between the AM and FM frequency bands. (See page 37 for more information on the tuner.) 6 Preset Station Selector: Press this button to scroll up or down through the list of stations that have been entered into the preset memory. (See page 37 for more information on tuner programming.) 7 Input Source Selector: Press this button to change the input by scrolling up or down through the list of input sources. 8 Tuning Mode Selector: Press this button to select Auto or Manual tuning. When the button is pressed so that AUTO/STEREO appears in the Upper Display Line #, the tuner will search for the next station with an acceptable signal when the Tuning Selector 4w is pressed. When the button is pressed so that MANUAL/MONO appears in the Upper Display Line #, each press of the Tuning Selector 4w will increase the frequency. (See page 37 for more information on using the tuner.) This button may also be used to switch between Stereo and Mono modes for FM radio reception. When weak reception is encountered, select the Manual/Mono tuning mode. Press and hold again to switch back to Stereo mode. (See page 37 for more information on using the tuner.) 9 Front-Panel Control Door: To open the door so that the front-panel jacks and controls behind this door may be accessed, gently pull the door down and towards you using either upper corner of the door. ) Volume Control: Turn this knob clockwise to increase the volume, counterclockwise to decrease the volume. If the AVR 435 is muted, adjusting the volume control will automatically release the unit from the silenced condition. ! Input Indicators: One of these indicators will light to identify the currently selected input. Note that the entire list will light briefly each time the unit is turned on as a test. @ 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 26 for more information on configuring speakers.) The letters inside each box displays the active input channels. For standard analog inputs, 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 36 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 the current input source and identify whether an analog or digital input is in use. When the tuner is selected as 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 appear on this line. % Surround Mode Indicators: One of these indicators will light to show the surround mode in use. Depending on the specific combination of input sources and surround mode selected, more than one indicator may light. (See page 34 for more information.) ^ 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 unless an external remote sensor is installed.
C D E F G
The following controls and jacks are located behind the front-panel door. To open the door, place the edge of a finger on the left or right edge of the panel and gently swing the door down towards you. A Main Power Switch: Press this switch to apply power to the AVR 435. When the switch is pressed in, the unit is placed in a Standby mode, as indicated by the amber illumination surrounding the Standby/On Switch 1. This button MUST be pressed in to operate the unit. To turn the unit off and prevent the use of the remote control, this switch should be pressed until it pops out from the front panel so that the word OFF may be read at the top of the switch. NOTE: This switch is normally left in the ON position. B Headphone Jack: This jack may be used to listen to the AVR 435s output through a pair of headphones. Be certain that the headphones have a standard 1/4" stereo phone plug, or that you use an adaptor, as needed, to convert the plug on your headphones to the 1/4" jack used on the AVR. When the headphone jack is in use, the main room speakers will automatically be turned off and the unit will output a standard stereo signal. You may also use one of the Dolby Headphone modes for an enhanced listening experience. For more information on headphone listening, see page 33. C Tone Mode Button: This button controls the tone mode settings, enabling adjustment of the bass and treble boost/cut. You may also use it to take the tone controls out of the signal path completely for flat response. The first press of the button displays a TONE MODE message in the Lower Display Line $ and in the on-screen display. To take the controls out of the signal path, press either of the / Buttons H until the display reads TONE OUT. To change the bass or treble settings, press the button again until the desired option appears in the Lower Display Line $ and in the on-screen display and then press either of the / Buttons H to enter the desired boost or cut setting. See page 32 for more information on the tone controls. D Speaker Selector Button: Press this button to begin the process of configuring the AVR 435 for the type of speakers it is being used with. For complete information on configuring the speaker settings, see page 26. E Channel Adjust Selector: Press the button to begin the process of adjusting the channel level outputs using the source currently playing through your AVR. For complete information on adjusting the channel output level, see page 29. F Digital Input Selector: Press this button to begin the process of selecting a digital source for use with the currently selected input. Once the button has been pressed, use the / Buttons H to choose the desired input and then press the Set Button I to enter the setting into the units memory. See page 33 for more information on digital audio. G Delay Adjust Selector: Press this button to begin the process of adjusting the delay settings for Dolby surround modes. See page 28 for more information on delay adjustments. H / Buttons: When making system configuration changes using the front-panel controls, press these buttons to scroll through the available choices for the option being adjusted. I Set Button: When making system configuration changes using the front-panel controls, press this button to enter a setting into the units memory. J EzSet/EQ Microphone Jack: Before starting the EzSet/EQ automated setup process, plug the microphone into this jack. The microphone does not need to be plugged in at other times. K Optical 4 Digital Input: Connect the optical digital output of an audio or video product to this jack. L Coaxial 4 Digital Input: Connect the coaxial digital output of a digital audio product such as a portable audio player or video game to this jack. M Video 4 Jacks: These audio/video jacks may be used for temporary connection to video games or portable audio/video products such as camcorders and portable audio players.
Play Forward/Reverse/Stop Buttons: Press these buttons to control compatible Harman Kardon CD, DVD or cassette players. Mute Button: When the Zone II remote is used in the room where the AVR 435 is located, press this button to temporarily silence the unit. When it is used in a remote room with a sensor that is connected to the Multiroom IR Input Jack f, this button will temporarily silence the feed to the remote room only. Press the button again to return to the previous volume level.
Power Off Button AVR Selector Button AM/FM Tuner Selector Input Selectors Tuning Up/Down Fast Play Buttons Record/Pause Button Preset Up/Down Track Skip Buttons Disc Skip Button Volume Up/Down Buttons Play Forward/Reverse/Stop Buttons Mute Button
NOTES: is 40 The Zone II remote may be used in either the same room where the AVR located 37 in41 separate or a room with an optional infrared sensor or A-BUS product that is connected to the AVR 435s Multiroom IR Input 36 Jack f. When it is used in the same room as the AVR 435, it will control theof the AVR 435 or any functions 23 compatible Harman Kardon products in that room. When it is used in 30separate room via33 sensor connected to a 34 a 33 will the Multiroom IR Input Jack f, the buttons for Power, Input Source, Volume and Mute32 control the source 32 and volume for the second zone, as connected to the Multiroom Audio Output Jacks 31. (See page 41 for complete information on using the Multiroom system.)
To make it easier to follow the instructions that refer to the controls and connectors in this illustration, a larger copy may be downloaded from the Product Support section for this product at www.harmankardon.com.
ZONE II REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
After unpacking the unit, locating it in a place with adequate ventilation and placing it on a solid surface capable of supporting its weight, you will need to make the connections to your audio and video equipment. IMPORTANT NOTE: For your personal safety and to avoid possible damage to your equipment and speakers, it is always good practice to turn off and unplug the AVR and ALL source equipment from the AC output before making any audio or video system connections. 300-ohm-to-75-ohm adaptor to make the connection. 7. 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 49 speakers and the receiver, the type of speakers you 48 use, personal preferences and other factors. Your 35 dealer or installer is a valuable resource to consult in 34 selecting the proper cable. 8. Connections to a subwoofer are normally made via a line-level audio connection from the Subwoofer Output to the line-level input of a subwoofer with a built-in amplifier. When a passive subwoofer is used, the connection first goes to a power amplifier, which will be connected to one or more subwoofer speakers. If you are using a powered subwoofer that does not have line-level input connections, follow the instructions furnished with the speaker for connection information.
If your system requires direct connection of a video source to your display, we suggest that you consider programming the VDI Buttons w so that you may change the input used by your display from the AVRs remote. For information on learning remote codes into a button on the AVR remote, follow the instructions shown on page 44. 5. Connect the Video Monitor Output Jacks on the receiver to the composite or S-video input of 48 video projector. your television monitor or 42
remote sensor from receiving commands. In this event, an optional remote sensor may be used. Connect the output of the remote sensor to the Remote IR Input Jack g. If other components are also prevented from receiving remote commands, only one sensor is needed. Simply use this units sensor or a remote eye by running a connection from the Remote IR Output Jack h to the Remote IR Input jack on Harman Kardon or other compatible equipment.
51 Multiroom IR Link 50 remote room IR receiver should be connected to The 49 AVR 435 via standard coaxial cable. Plug the IR conthe 48 nection cable into the Multiroom IR Input Jack f on
Option 2: Connect the Multiroom Audio Outputs j on the AVR 435 to the inputs of an optional stereo power amplifier. Run high-quality speaker wire from the amplifier to the speakers in the remote room. Option 3: Taking advantage of the AVR 435s built-in seven-channel amplifier, it is possible to use two of the amplifier channels to power speakers in the remote room. When using this option, you will not be able to use the full 7.1-channel capabilities of the AVR 435 in the main listening room, but you will be able to add another listening room without external power amplifiers. To use the internal amplifiers to power a remote zone, connect the speakers for the remote room location to the Surround Back/Multiroom Speaker Outputs. Before using the remote room, you will need to configure the amplifiers for surround operation by changing a setting in the MULTIROOM menu, following the instructions shown on page 41. NOTE: For all options, you may connect an optional IR sensor in the remote room to the AVR 435 via an appropriate cable. Connect the sensors cable to the Multiroom IR Input f on the AVR 435 and use the Zone II remote to control the room volume. Alternatively, you may install an optional volume control between the output of the amplifiers and the speakers. A-BUS Installation Connections The AVR 435 is among the few receivers available that offer built-in A-BUS Ready operation. When used with an optional A-BUS product, you have all the benefits of remote zone operation without the need for an external power amplifier. To use the AVR 435 with an approved A-BUS product, simply connect it to the AVR 435 using standard Category 5 wiring that is properly rated for the specific in-wall installation. Terminate the wiring at the receiver end to a standard RJ-45 connector in compliance with the instructions furnished with the A-BUS product. You may connect a single A-BUS module to the AVR 435 with no further equipment needed. If you wish to connect more than one A-BUS module, an optional, external A-BUS hub may be used to provide that capability. Contact your dealer or www.harmankardon.com for more information on other A-BUS products available from Harman Kardon. No further installation or adjustment is needed, as the A-BUS jack on the AVR 435 routes the signals to their proper destination for power, signal source and control. The output fed to the A-BUS jack is determined by the AVR 435s multiroom system and menus. RS-232 Connections The AVR 435 is equipped with an RS-232 Serial Connection Port e that may be used for two purposes. When the port is connected to a compatible,
The first step is to configure each input. Once an input is selected, the settings for the Digital Input, Component Video assignment and Surround Mode will attach themselves to that input and be stored in a nonvolatile memory. This means that once made, the selection of an input will automatically recall those settings. For that reason, the procedures described below must be repeated for each input source so that you have the opportunity to customize each source to your specific listening requirements. However, once made, they need not be changed again unless you need to
41 the next letter, and continue until the desired name is maximum 40 entered, up to aof 14 characters. Press the Set Button 46 to enter the input name into the q system memory and to proceed with the configuration process. 34 If your system includes any sources that are equipped with32 Y/Pr/Pb component video outputs, the AVR 32 is able to switch them to send the proper signals to your video display. Each of the two Component Video Inputs cd may be assigned to any source for added system flexibility. The default setting is for the Component Video 1 Jacks c to be assigned to the DVD and 6/8-Channel Direct inputs, with the Component Video 2 Jacks d assigned to all other inputs. If your system does not include component video at this time, or if you do not need to change these defaults, press the Navigation Button o to go to the next setting. 35 speaker alter a setting. The configuration settings for size and crossover points are set once and34 applied to all inputs. When using the full-OSD system to make the setup adjustments, press the OSD Button 31 once so that the MASTER MENU (Figure30 appears.22 1) 29 The cursor will be next to the INPUT SETUP 21 line. Press the Set Button q and the INPUT 20 SETUP menu (Figure 2) will appear on the screen.
To change the digital input at any time using the discrete function buttons and the semi-OSD system, press the Digital Select Button p on the remote. Within 5 seconds, make your input selection using the / Navigation Button o until the desired digital or analog input is shown in the Upper Display Line # and in the lower line of the on-screen display. When all needed adjustments have been made, press the Navigation Button o until the cursor is next to BACK TO MASTER MENU to continue with the system configuration.
Press the / Navigation Button o until the desired input name appears in the highlighted video, as well as being indicated in the front-panel Input Indicators !. When you are scrolling through the list of available inputs, you will hear a slight click from time to time. This is normal, as it is caused by the relay that is used to switch between the two Component Video inputs.
* S T C D O I O I U T M G R L P I INPUT SETUP *
This menu allows you to configure the tone controls and to turn the upsampling on or off. If you do not wish to change any of those settings at this time, proceed to the next menu screen. However, to make configuration changes to those parameters, make certain that the MASTER MENU is on screen with the cursor pointing to the AUDIO SETUP line, and press the Set Button q. The AUDIO SETUP menu (Figure 3) will appear.
* FAR FIELD MEASURE * Place microphone 3ft/1m above ear level at listening position, at least 3 ft/1m away from the closest speaker. Set volume to -28dB CONTINUE BACK TO EZSET/EQ MODE BACK TO MASTER MENU VOLUME: -28dB
During measurement Please maintain silence While several loud sound bursts are heard. START : BACK TO BACK TO OFF ON EZSET/EQ MENU MASTER MENU
AUTOMATIC MANUAL BACK TO MASTER MENU
IMPORTANT NOTE: Anyone with hearing that is sensitive to loud noises should leave the room at this point, or use ear protection sufficient to reduce the noise level at their ears. Inexpensive foam-style ear plugs, available at most drug stores, may be used to reduce the sound level to a tolerable level for anyone who has a problem with loud noise. If you are uncomfortable with, or cannot tolerate loud sounds and do not use some sort of ear protection we strongly recommend that you leave the room and ask someone else to be present while the EzSet/EQ process takes place, or that you do not use EzSet/EQ and enter the configuration settings manually, as described on pages 26 through 31. Step 5. At this point you will begin to hear a series of test tones circulate among all the speakers in your system. While this is happening, the AVR 435 is reading the signal to determine which speaker positions are active, what type of speaker is present at each active position, what the distance is from the listening position to each speaker, and to begin to build a profile of the impact of the rooms acoustics on the quality of audio reproduction. When the test is completed you will hear the tones stop, and the system will pause fors long as a minute while the processor makes its calculations. Do not be alarmed if the WARNING message remains on the screen after tones stop until a results message is displayed as shown in Step 6 or 7, below. NOTE: While these tests detect whether a speaker is connected to a particular output, they cannot determine whether the speaker is in the correct position. (For example, it can tell whether a speaker is connected to the Surround Right output, but it cannot tell whether the speaker is on the right or left side of your listening room.) For that reason, we strongly recommend that you try to listen as the tone circulates, matching the name shown for each channel to the location of the speaker. If a tone is heard from a speaker position that does not match the on-screen message, make a note of the incorrect speaker connections. When the test process stops you will see a message indicating the they Far Field measurements are complete, but since there is a connection error press the Navigation Button o so that the on-screen cursor in Fig. 7 is pointing to RETURN TO MASTER MENU
Although using EzSet/EQ to enter the settings for speaker size and crossover point, you may wish to make changes to those settings, or to manually enter a complete speaker profile for your system. In addition, for systems where you with to have separate speaker configuration settings for each input, rather than use the same settings for all inputs, you may also configure that option in these menus. Two separate menus are used to enter this information, and you may change the data on either or both, as needed. The SPEAKER SIZE menu tells the AVR about the bass reproduction capabilities of your speakers. This, in turn, determines which speakers receive bass information that is derived from audio tracks or specifically intended for reproduction by low-frequency-capable speakers by the use of a lowfrequency effects (LFE) channel in digital program sources. In addition, by telling the AVR whether speakers are available for the Surround Back channels, the information on this menu is used to determine which surround modes may be used (e.g., modes such as Dolby Digital EX, Dolby Pro Logic IIx, or DTS-ES, requiring SBL/SBR speakers, are only available when a speaker is present in those channels). The SPEAKER X-OVER menu is used to further tailor the bass management system by determining the frequencies at which bass information is sent to a specific speaker position. This menu also contains settings to route LFE information and to set the subwoofer high-pass filter order. To configure the speakers in your system for use with the AVR 435, or to check the settings entered by EzSet/EQ, check the settings on the various sub-menu groups on the MANUAL SETUP menu, starting with the SPEAKER SIZE menu (Figure 17) and then check the other menus settings. To do this, go to the Manual Setup Menu (Figure 16) by first pressing the OSD Button U to recall the Master Menu (Figure 1). Next, press the / Navigation Button o until the cursor is on the MANUAL SETUP line on the menu in use and press the Set Button q. When the MANUAL SETUP Menu is shown, press the / Navigation Button o again until the cursor is on the SPEAKER SIZE line and press the Set Button q.
* SPEAKER SIZE * LEFT/RIGHT: SMALL CENTER : SMALL SURROUND : SMALL SURR BACK : NONE MAIN SUB MODE : SUB SUB SIZE : 10in/250mm EZSET SETTINGS: OFF ON BACK TO MANUAL SETUP
In most cases it is simpler, easier and more accurate to let EzSet/EQ take care of entering the system parameters for speaker size, speaker crossover, channel output and individual channel delay time. However, if you feel that your listening room or system components are best suited to manual entry of these settings, the AVR 435 also allows you to enter or trim any of these traditional system parameters. Even if you do make the settings manually, we recommend that you run the EzSet/EQ tests first so that a baseline setting is established, and then make your adjustments from there. Note that once EzSet/EQ has been run you do not need to adjust all system settings, only those that you want to adjust. To view or change the current settings, press the OSD Button U on the remote to bring up the MASTER MENU (Figure 1). Next, press the Navigation Button o as needed until the cursor is on the MANUAL SETUP line. Press the Set Button q to view the MANUAL SETUP menu (Figure 16).
NOTES: The digital outputs are active only when a digital signal is present, and they do not convert an analog input to a digital signal, or change the format of the digital signal. In addition, the digital recorder must be compatible with the output signal. For example, the PCM digital input from a CD player may be recorded on a CD-R or MiniDisc, but Dolby Digital or DTS signals may not. Please make certain that you are aware of any copyright restrictions on any material you copy. Unauthorized duplication of copyrighted materials is prohibited by federal law.
Since the AVR 435 will often be used when movies or other video programming is viewed under low-light conditions, you may wish to lower the brightness of the front-panel displays and indicators so that they do not distract from the video presentation. You may dim the displays using the menu system, as shown on page 39, or you may control the brightness directly from the remote. Simply press the Dim Button m once to dim the front panel to half the normal brightness level; press it again to turn the displays off. Note that when the displays are dimmed or turned off, the blue lighting around the Standby/On Switch 1 will continue to stay lit as a reminder that the AVR is still turned on. The accent lighting for the Volume Control ) will remain at its normal level, rather than dim when the panel displays are at half brightness. Note that all changes to the front-panel brightness level are temporary; the displays will return to full brightness after the AVR is turned off and then on again. To return the displays to full brightness without turning the unit off, press the Dim Button m as needed until the displays are on. In addition to lowering the brightness of the displays or turning them off completely, you may wish to have them appear whenever a button on the remote or front panel is pushed, and then gradually fade out after a set time period. You may do this by making the appropriate settings in the VFD FADE TIME OUT line of the ADVANCED SELECT Menu, as shown on page 39. Memory Backup This product is equipped with a memory backup system that preserves the system configuration information and tuner presets if the unit is accidentally unplugged or subjected to a power outage. This memory will last for at least four weeks, after which time all information must be reentered.
Output Level Trim Adjustment
Normal output level adjustment for the AVR 435 is established using EzSet/EQ, as outlined on pages 2326. In some cases, however, it may be desirable to adjust the output levels using program material such as a test disc, or a selection you are familiar with. Additionally, the output level for the subwoofer can only be adjusted using this procedure. To adjust the output levels using program material, first set the reference volume for the front left and front right channels using the Volume Control )r. Once the reference level has been set, press the Channel Select Button n and FRONT L LEVEL will appear in the Lower Display Line $. To change the level, first press the Set Button q, and then use the / Navigation Button o to raise or lower the level. DO NOT use the volume control, as this will alter the reference setting. Once the change has been made, press the Set Button q and then press the / Navigation Button o to select the next output-channel location that you wish to adjust. To adjust the subwoofer level, press the / Navigation Button o until WOOFER LEVEL appears in the Lower Display Line $ or on-screen display. Repeat the procedure as needed until all channels requiring adjustment have been set. When all adjustments have been made and no further adjustments are made for 5 seconds, the AVR 435 will return to normal operation. The output levels may also be adjusted using the onscreen menu system to either the internal test tone or an external test disc by following the instructions shown on page 29.
The AVR 435 is equipped with a number of advanced features that add extra flexibility to the units operation. While it is not necessary to use these features to operate the unit, they provide additional options that you may wish to use.
* ADVANCED SELECT *
another menu. If you have completed all adjustments, press the OSD Button U to exit the menu system. Display Brightness The AVR 435s front-panel displays and indicators are set at a default brightness level that is sufficient for viewing in a normally lit room. However, you may wish to occasionally lower the brightness of the display, or turn it off completely. To change the display brightness setting for a specific listening session, you will need to make an adjustment in the ADVANCED SELECT menu. To start, press the OSD Button U to bring the MASTER MENU to the screen. Press the Navigation Button o, until the cursor is next to the ADVANCED line. Press the Set Button q to enter the ADVANCED SELECT menu (Figure 22). Next, press / Navigation Button o the until the cursor is next to the VFD line. Press the Navigation Button o until the desired brightness level is highlighted in the video display. When FULL is highlighted, the display is at its normal brightness. When HALF is highlighted, the display is at half the normal brightness level. When OFF is highlighted, all of the front-panel indicators will go dark. However, the blue lighting surrounding the Standby/On Switch 1 will remain lit to remind you that the AVR is still turned on. Once the desired brightness level is selected, it will remain in effect until it is changed again or until the unit is turned off. If you wish to make other adjustments, press the Navigation Button o until the cursor is next to the desired setting or the BACK TO MASTER MENU line and press the Set Button q. If you have no other adjustments to make, press the OSD Button U to exit the menu system.
VFD FADE TIME OUT: OFF VFD :FULL HALF OFF VOLUME DEFAULT : OFF ON SEMI OSD TIME OUT: 5S FULL OSD TIME OUT:20S AUTO POLL :OFF ON BACK TO MASTER MENU
Next, make certain that the cursor is next to the VOLUME DEFAULT line by pressing the / Navigation Button o as needed. Press the Navigation Button o so that the word ON is highlighted. To set the actual turn-on level, press the Navigation Button o once so that the cursor is next to the DEFAULT VOL SET line. Press the / Navigation Button o until the desired volume level is shown on the DEFAULT VOL SET line. This setting may NOT be made with the regular volume controls. NOTE: Since the setting for the turn-on volume cannot be heard while the setting is being made, you may wish to determine the setting before making the adjustment. To do this, listen to any source and adjust the volume to the desired level using the regular Volume Controls )r. When the desired volume level to be used at turn-on is reached, make a note of the setting as it appears in the lower third of the video screen or in the Lower Display Line $. (A typical volume level will appear as a negative number such as 25dB.) When making the adjustment, use the / Navigation Button o to enter this setting. Unlike some of the other adjustments in this menu, the turn-on volume default will remain in effect until it is changed or turned off in this menu, even when the unit is turned off. If you wish to make other adjustments, press the Navigation Button o until the on-screen cursor is next to the desired setting or the BACK TO MASTER MENU line, and press the Set Button q. If you have no other adjustments to make, press the OSD Button U to exit the menu system.
PRESS KEY ON ORIGINAL REMOTE
AVR remote, you may press the Set Button q to learn additional codes from the buttons on a source remote into the AVR remote. Follow Steps 5 through 9 as often as needed to complete the code-learning process. 11. If you wish to change the name that appears in the LCD display when the button that has just had a new code learned is pressed, press the Navigation Button o so that the display shown in Figure 42 appears in the LCD display. Press the Set Button q to be taken to a RENAME KEY display. Enter the new name for the key following the instructions shown in the Renaming Individual Keys section of this manual on pages 5051. If you find it more convenient to rename the buttons at a later time, you may do that separately by following the instructions on page 50.
LEARN MENU RENAME KEY
7. Continue to hold the button on the original remote until the menu on the AVR remotes LCD screen changes. If the code is successfully learned, you will see the display shown in Figure 39. If you see that message, proceed to Step 10. If the code is not successfully learned, you will see the display shown in Figure 40. If that menu appears, proceed to Steps 8 and 9.
LEARN MENU LRN ANOTHER KEY
LEARN FAILED RETRY
3. To program the codes for a devices remote into the AVR remote, press the / Navigation Buttons o until the words LEARN KEY appear in the bottom line of the LCD display, as shown in Figure 36. Press the Set Button q to continue. If you wish to program one of the Input Selector buttons for a special code, follow the instructions shown below for Device Selector Programming.
LEARN LEARN KEY
8. If the message shown in Figure 40 appears in the display, press the Set Button q to try programming the button again. When the remote prompts you to press and hold the key on the original remote again by showing the display shown in Figure 38, immediately press the button on the source remote again. To avoid another failed attempt, make certain that the windows on the two remotes are facing one another. 9. Continue to hold the button on the original remote until the LCD display changes again. If the code was successfully learned, you will see the display shown in Figure 39. In that case, go to Step 10. If the LEARN FAILED display (Figure 40) appears again, you may either try to program the key again, or press the Navigation Button o to stop the process. It is possible that some remotes may use code sequences or infrared frequencies that are not compatible with the AVR remote, and those codes cannot be learned. When the display shown in Figure 41 appears, press the Set Button q to exit the Learning system.
OLD DEVICE TYPE TV
on the remotes LCD Information Display 2, press and release the Numeric Keys A one at a time, starting with the 1 Button A. After you press the 1 Button A, the remotes LCD screen will briefly go blank as the code is being transmitted, but you will see the transmit icon in the upper right corner of the display to serve as confirmation that the remote is sending out commands. 7. After you press and release the number key, watch the device being programmed to see whether it turns off. As shown in the instructions that will appear on the next menu screen (Fig. 30), press the Set Button q, and then skip to Step 9. If the unit does not turn off, proceed to the next step. 8. If the device being programmed into the AVR remote does not turn off after you have pressed the 1 Button A, continue Steps 6 and 7 by pressing the available numeric keys shown until the device turns off. If the device still does not turn off after all choices have been tried, the code for this specific device is not in the AVR remote library under that brand name. If that is the case, we suggest that you press the Set Button q to accept the codes from another brand so that the programming is completed, but remember that you will then have to program the remote manually by following the Learning Commands instructions on page 44. 9. When the device being programmed does turn off after a numeric key has been pressed, you must press the Set Button q within five seconds to enter the setting into the remotes memory. After you press the Set button, the top line of the LCD display will read SAVING. and then the word SAVED will flash four times in the center of the bottom line. 10. When the codes are saved the remote will return to normal operation, and whenever you press the Input Selector Button 3 that was just programmed, the display will show the original device type code at the far left side of the display, with the name of the new code set type in brackets. For example, the display will read TV<-VCR in our example of replacing the TV codes with those for a VCR.
4. Once the old device type has been selected, you need to tell the remote which set of remote codes to use as a replacement for the device just selected. When the instructions shown in Figure 46 appear, press the / Navigation Button o to scroll through the list of device categories to find the name of the device that you wish to use. The old device name will remain on the left side of the LCD screen, while the replacement device list will scroll to its right. For example, press the Navigation Button o until the display screen reads TV<-VCR to have the VID 2/TV Button transmit the commands used to control a VCR. Press the Set Button q when the desired device combination appears.
MACRO ERASE A MACRO
6. The next display (Figure 51) is where you begin entering the individual commands for the macro, in the order you wish them to be transmitted. Remember that when you want to change devices, you must first press the Input Selectors d for that button, and then press the Command or Function key. Since we want to program a series of events that occur each time the Power On button is pressed, press the AVR button. In your specific macro, this is the first command button.
SELECT A DEVICE AVR
3. At the next menu screen (Figure 48) press the Set Button q to begin recording a macro.
MACRO RECORD A MACRO
7. The next display (Figure 52) and the subsequent screens are where the actual macro programming takes place. The words at the left side of the top line of the display show the button that is being programmed (e.g., the Power On Button 1 or one of the Macro Buttons R) and the indication at the right side of the top line shows the number of macro steps available of 20 possible steps. Following the instructions on the remotes LCD screen, press the first key you wish to be transmitted in the macro. In our example, we first want the AVR 435 to turn on, so the Power Button 1 should be pressed.
POWER ON 00/20 SELECT KEY PRESS
4. The next display screen (Figure 49) is where you select the button that will be used to recall the macro. The choices are the Power On Button 1 or one of the discrete Macro Buttons R. Press the / Navigation Button o until the name of the button you wish to program the macro into is shown. For this example we will show how to program a series of commands that will automatically be sent out every time the Power button is pressed.
RECORD A MACRO POWER ON
8. Once the first command button for the macro has been pressed, continue to press the buttons you wish to be part of the macro, in the order they will be used. Press each button within five seconds of the last button, remembering to press the Input Selector 3 when you are changing device functions. As the buttons on the remote are pressed, the remotes display screen will show the steps in the macro as they are programmed (Figure 53).
[AVR] [AVR] POWER ON
5. The next screen that appears (Figure 50) is where you select the device for the first command that will be sent out as part of the macro. Press the / Navigation Button o until the name of the device appears on the left side of the lower line in the LCD display. For this example, the first button we want to have the macro press is the Power On button, so the AVR device is selected. Press the Set Button q when the desired device name appears to move to the next programming step.
Device Priority Timing
The remotes Device Priority mode allows you to select the length of time that the remote continues to issue codes for a device other than the AVR once you use the remote to control a source or other product. The default operation for the remote is to have all buttons on the remote return to their AVR functions 5 seconds after the last button press. However, you may program the AVR remote to remain active as the source device remote for 12 seconds, or to keep the source devices codes active until another Input Selector d is pressed. If you wish to keep the default setting of a 5-second return, no changes are needed. To change the device priority timing, follow these steps: 1. Press and hold the Program Button y for about 3 seconds while the message shown in Figure 24 appears in the remotes LCD Information Display c. Release the button when the red light under the Set Button q appears.
3. Press the Set Button q and then press the / Navigation Buttons o again so that ON FULL appears in the bottom line of the LCD display, as shown in Figure 89.
BACK LIGHT ON FULL
4. Press the Set Button q one more time. The LCD display will show the word SAVING on the top line for about 2 seconds and then flash SAVED four times on the bottom line to indicate that the setting has been accepted by the remotes memory. 5. The remotes backlighting will now turn on whenever a button is pressed. To revert to the original setting, follow the four steps shown above, but in Step 3, select the option that has the word NORMAL on the bottom line of the LCD display. Additional Notes on Configuring and Operating the Remote When the remote is being programmed, it will automatically time-out if no button is pressed within a
The AVR 435s remote has a built-in backlight system that makes it easier to use the remote when the room lighting is dimmed for an optimal home theater experience. To turn the backlighting on, simply press the Light Button z. That button is made from a special glow material that makes it easier to find in dark rooms. This glow feature does not use any battery power, so the glow will fade when the remote is kept
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