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DanInKtown 12:20pm on Sunday, September 19th, 2010 
GOOD BUT NOT GOOD ENOUGH !! ITS A GREAT REC> BUT !!!!!!! THE NEXT ONE I BUY WILL BE A DENNON BY FAR BETTER SOUND !!!!!! The AVR65 could have been better and should have! After many years of owning H/K equipment, including a Citation 16 that is still in service.
hok 11:18pm on Sunday, April 25th, 2010 
The Best Receiver for under $ to Date! This is an excellent A/V receiver, DD, and DTS sound awesome.
chavyboy 12:46am on Saturday, April 17th, 2010 
Excellent value in this price range How can people not be happy with this reciever? ...With DTS andDD, and multi-room output and an Onscreen display.

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Introduction

Congratulations! With the purchase of a Harman Kardon AVR65 you are about to begin many years of listening enjoyment. The AVR65 has been custom designed to provide all the excitement and detail of movie sound tracks and every subtle nuance of musical selections. With onboard Dolby * Digital and DTS Decoding, the AVR65 delivers six discrete channels of audio that take advantage of the digital sound tracks from the latest DVD and LV releases and Digital Television broadcasts. While complex digital systems are hard at work within the AVR65 to make all of this happen, hookup and operation are simple. Color-keyed connections, a backlit, programmable remote control and on-screen menus make the AVR65 easy to use. To obtain the maximum enjoyment from your new receiver, we urge you to take a few minutes to read through this manual. This will ensure that connections to speakers, source playback units and other external devices are made properly. In addition, a few minutes spent learning the functions of the various controls will enable you to take advantage of all the power the AVR65 is able to deliver. If you have any questions about this product, its installation or operation, please contact your retailer or custom installer. They are your best local source of information.
Description and Features The AVR65 is a full-featured A/V receiver, incorporating a wide variety of listening options. In addition to Dolby Digital and DTS decoding, Dolby Pro Logic * and Dolby 3 Stereo are available for compatibility with the tens of thousands of movies and television programs encoded with analog surround information. A choice of Hall and Theater modes is also available for use with both encoded sources and traditional two-channel stereo recordings. A total of five audio/video inputs, each with both composite and S-Video, as well as three additional audio-only inputs are selected through a learning remote control and an easy-to-read front panel display or on-screen graphics through a TV monitor. Multiroom operation is available with independent source and volume selection. The AVR65s powerful amplifier uses traditional Harman Kardon High Current design philosophies to meet the wide dynamic range of any program selection.
Harman Kardon invented the highfidelity receiver over forty-five years ago. With state-of-the-art circuitry and timehonored circuit designs, the AVR65 is undoubtedly the finest receiver ever offered by Harman Kardon.
Onboard Dolby Digital and DTS Decoding Coax and Optical Digital Inputs On-Screen Menu Displays Backlit, Programmable Remote Control Composite and S-Video Switching Complete Multiroom Control 6-Channel Direct Input and Preamp Output for ALL Channels Permits Ease of Expansion

AVRvolt Rev (C) 10/6/98

Safety Information
Important Safety Information
Verify Line Voltage Before Use Your AVR65 has been designed for use with 120-volt AC current. Connection to a line voltage other than that for which it is intended can create a safety and fire hazard and may damage the unit. If you have any questions about the voltage requirements for your specific model, or about the line voltage in your area, contact your selling dealer before plugging the unit into a wall outlet. Do Not Use Extension Cords To avoid safety hazards, use only the power cord attached to your unit. We do not recommend that extension cords be used with this product. As with all electrical devices, do not run power cords under rugs or carpets or place heavy objects on them. Damaged power cords should be replaced immediately with cords meeting factory specifications. Handle the AC Power Cord Gently When disconnecting the power cord from an AC outlet, always pull the plug, never pull the cord. If you do not intend to use the unit for any considerable length of time, disconnect the plug from the AC outlet. Do Not Open The Cabinet There are no user-serviceable components inside this product. Opening the cabinet may present a shock hazard, and any modification to the product will void your guarantee. If water or any metal object such as a paper clip, wire or a staple accidentally falls inside the unit, disconnect it from the AC power source immediately, and consult an authorized service station.
CATV or Antenna Grounding If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to this product, be certain that it is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1984, provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the leadin wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes and requirements of the grounding electrode. NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER: This reminder is provided to call the CATV (Cable TV) system installers attention to article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as possible.

Installation Location s To assure proper operation, and to avoid the potential for safety hazards, place the unit on a firm and level surface. When placing the unit on a shelf, be certain that the shelf and any mounting hardware can support the weight of the product. s Make certain that proper space is provided both above and below the unit for ventilation. If this product will be installed in a cabinet or other enclosed area, make certain that there is sufficient air movement within the cabinet. Under some circumstances a fan may be required. s Do not place the unit directly on a carpeted surface. s Avoid installation in extremely hot or cold locations, or an area that is exposed to direct sunlight or heating equipment. s Avoid moist or humid locations. s Do not obstruct the ventilation slots on the top of the unit, or place objects directly over them.

C AUTI ON

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE
BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
ATTENTION: POUR EVITER LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES, INRODUIRE LA
LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQU'AU FOND.
Cleaning When the unit gets dirty, wipe it with a clean, soft, dry cloth. If necessary, wipe it with a soft cloth dampened with mild soapy water, then a fresh cloth with clean water. Wipe dry immediately with a dry cloth. NEVER use benzene, aerosol cleaners, thinner, alcohol or any other volatile cleaning agent. Do not use abrasive cleaners, as they may damage the finish of metal parts. Avoid spraying insecticide near the unit. Moving the Unit Before moving the unit, be certain to disconnect any interconnection cords with other components, and make certain that you disconnect the unit from the AC outlet. Important Information For the User NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class-B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. The limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radiofrequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communication. However, there is no guarantee that harmful interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
If you do not wish to save the packaging materials, please note that the carton and other sections of the shipping protection are recyclable. Please respect the environment and discard those materials at a local recycling center.

Typographic Conventions

In order to help you use this manual with the remote control, front panel controls and rear panel connections, certain conventions have been used.
EXAMPLE (bold type) indicates a
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. NOTE: Changes or modifications may cause this unit to fail to comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules and may void the users authority to operate the equipment.
specific remote control or front panel button, or rear panel connection jack
EXAMPLE (OCR type) indicates a
message that is visible on the front panel information display
EXAMPLE (bold type) indicates a lit
indicator in the front panel information display
1 (number in a square) indicates a

Unpacking

The carton and shipping materials used to protect your new receiver during shipment were specially designed to cushion it from shock and vibration. We suggest that you save the carton and packing materials for use in shipping if you move, or should the unit ever need repair. To minimize the size of the carton in storage, you may wish to flatten it. This is done by carefully slitting the tape seams on the bottom and collapsing the carton down to a more two-dimensional appearance. Other cardboard inserts may be stored in the same manner. Packing materials that cannot be collapsed should be saved along with the carton in a plastic bag.
specific front panel control
a (number in an oval) indicates a
button or indicator on the remote
(number in a circle) indicates a

rear panel connection

A (letter in a square) indicates an
indicator in the front panel display

Front Panel Controls

AVR 65

Volume

Speaker Multi Room Dig. Select

DIGITAL COAX AC-3

TUNING

PRESET SCAN

PRESET

TUN MODE

DIGITAL

PRO LOGIC

3-STEREO

HALL 1

HALL 2

THEATER

Set Button: When making choices during the setup and configuration process, press this button to enter the desired setting, as shown in the Information Display 3 into the AVR65s memory. 3, Multiroom Selector: Press this button to activate the AVR65s Multiroom system. (See pages 31-32 for complete information on Multiroom operation.) Speaker Select Button: Press this button to begin the process of selecting the speaker positions that are used in your listening room. (See page 18 for more information on setup and configuration.) Selector Buttons: When you are establishing the AVR65s configuration settings, use these buttons to select between the choices available, as shown in the Information Display 3 3. 3 Information Display: This 3 display delivers messages and status indications to help you operate the receiver. (See page 7 for a complete explanation of the Information Display.) 3 Remote Sensor Window: The 4 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.
Front Panel Information Display

SLEEP MUTE BYPASS ANALOG

MONO STEREO

MEMORY

DIGITAL OPT

PRO LOGIC COAX AC-3

3- STEREO PCM

HALL 1 MULTI

HALL 2 NIGHT
A Mute B Bypass C Analog D Dolby Digital Indicator E Optical Source F Analog Dolby Surround Mode Indicators G Coax Source H AC-3 Indicator
I PCM Indicator J Analog Surround Mode Indicators K Multiroom System Indicator L Night Indicator M DTS Indicator N Preset Number O Preset Indicator P Memory
Q Auto R Stereo Indicator S Mono Indicator T Tuned Indicator U Main Information Display V Sleep Indicator
A Mute: This indicator illuminates to remind you that the AVR65s output has been silenced by pressing the Mute button d. Press the Mute button again to return to the previously selected output level. B Bypass: This indicator illuminates when the surround processing has been disabled by pressing the Surround Off button. When this indicator is lit, the AVR65 will play traditional stereo sound using the front left and front right speakers only. C Analog: This indicator illuminates when an analog input source is in use. D Dolby Digital Indicator: This indicator illuminates when a Dolby Digital source is being played. E Optical Source: This indicator illuminates when a digital source is in use via a connection to the Optical Digital input. F Analog Dolby Surround Mode Indicators: These indicators illuminate when one of the analog (matrix) Dolby Surround modes is in use. G Coax Source: This indicator illuminates when a digital source is in use via a connection to the Coaxial Digital input. H AC-3* Indicator: This indicator illuminates when the AVR65 is decoding a Dolby Digital input source.

remote, press the Surround Mode Selector y , and then press the / buttons g to change the mode. As you press the buttons, the surround mode name will appear in the Main Information Display U , and an individulal mode indicator will also light up D / F / J. Note that the Dolby Digital or DTS modes may only be selected when a Dolby Digital source is playing. For more information on digital sources, see the following section of this manual. To listen to a program in traditional twochannel stereo, using the front left and front right speakers only (plus the subwoofer if installed and configured), press the Surround Off button on the front panel, or follow the instructions shown above for using the remote until SURR OFF appears in the Main Information Display U. When the AVR65s surround circuits are turned off, and it is in the Stereo mode, the BYPASS indicator B will illuminate in the Information Display.

Surround Mode Chart

MODE DOLBY DIGITAL FEATURES
This mode is available only when the source material is encoded with Dolby Digital (AC-3) data. It provides up to five separate main audio channels and a special dedicated Low-Frequency Effects channel. This mode is available only when the source material is encoded with DTS data. Available on special DVD, LD and audio-only discs, DTS provides up to five separate main audio channels and a special dedicated low-frequency channel. Dolby Pro Logic is the standard mode for analog surround sound decoding. It uses information encoded in a two-channel stereo recording to produce four distinct channels: Left, Center, Right and Surround. Use this mode for accurate reproduction of programs bearing the Dolby Surround, DTS Stereo, UltraStereo or other Surround logos. Surround encoded programs include videocassette, DVD and LD movies, TV and cable programs, radio programs and audio CDs. Dolby Pro Logic processing may also be used to provide a pleasing surround effect with some stereophonic source material that does not carry surround encoding.
DELAY TIME RANGE Center: 0 ms 5 ms Surround: 0 ms 15 ms Center: 0 ms 5 ms Surround: 0 ms 15 ms 15 ms 30 ms Initial Setting = 20 ms

DOLBY PRO LOGIC

DOLBY 3 STEREO
Dolby 3 Stereo uses the information contained in a surround encoded or two-channel No Surround Channels stereo program to create center channel information. In addition, the information that is normally sent to the rear channel surround speakers is carefully mixed in with the front left and right channels for increased realism. Use this mode when you have a center channel speaker, but no surround speakers. Theater Surround processing uses matrix surround decoding to simulate a standard movie or stage theater. These modes are designed for use with stereo recordings. They provide a sound-field effect that simulates the complex combination of direct and reflected sounds that create the rich reverberant atmosphere of a medium-sized concert hall (Hall 1) or a larger concert hall (Hall 2). This mode turns off all surround processing and presents the pure left and right channel presentation of two channel stereo programs.

detect if it is a multichannel Dolby Digital or DTS source or a conventional PCM signal, which is the standard output from CD players. An indicator will light in the Information Display to confirm the digital signal is AC-3 H or PCM I and if the source is OPTICAL E or COAX G. When a digital source is playing, the AVR65 will automatically switch to the proper surround mode. It is important to note, however, that not all Dolby Digital or DTS sources are encoded with the full complement of five channels plus LFE. When a digital source is playing, the Main Information Display U or on-screen display will change to show the input source and digital type (OPTICAL or COAX). When a source with digital encoding is playing, the input source name will appear in the Information Display or on-screen display, followed by a numeric key to the type and number of channels being decoded as follows:
3/2.1: This message appears when a full complement of Dolby Digital signals is present: 3 front channels (left, center and right), 2 surround channels (surround left and surround right) and 1 channel, which is the dedicated Low Frequency Effects (LFE) channel.
This message indicates the system is decoding a standard Dolby Pro Logic signal with left, center and right front channels and a signal mono surround channel.
This message indicates that the system is decoding a traditional two-channel stereo signal and that no center, surround or LFE signals are present.
1+1: This is a monaural signal that plays the same information in both the left front and right front speakers. There is no sound sent to the center or surround speakers. 1/0: This is a monaural signal that plays through the center channel speaker only. There is no sound at the front left/right or surround speakers.
5. It is not possible to record the output of a digital program. PCM Audio Playback PCM (Pulse Code Modulation) is the non-compressed digital audio system used for compact discs and non-AC-3 or DTS laser discs. The digital circuits in the AVR65 are capable of high-quality digitalto-analog decoding, and they may be connected directly to the digital audio output of your CD or LV player. Connections should be made to the Optical or Coaxial inputs on the rear panel, using whichever input is not occupied by a digital source such as a DVD player. To listen to a PCM digital source, first select the input for the desired source (e.g., CD). Next press the Digital button w and then using the / buttons g on the remote or the Selector buttons on the front panel until the desired choice of either COAXIAL or OPTICAL, as it appears in the Main Information Display U. Press the Set button i to enter the desired choice. When a PCM source is playing, the PCM indicator I will light, and the Main Information Display will show the input source and the digital type. During PCM playback you may select any surround mode except Dolby Digital.

NOTE: All remotely controlled components must be linked together in a daisy chain. Connect the IR OUT jack of one unit to the IR IN of the next to establish this chain. Audio Link Depending on the distance from the AVR65 to the remote room, two options are available. One option is to run high-quality, shielded audio interconnect cable from the AVR65s location to the remote room. At the remote room, connect the interconnect cable to a stereo power amplifier. The amplifier will be connected to the rooms speakers. No volume control is required, as the AVR65 and the remote IR link will provide that function. At the AVR65, plug the audio interconnect cables into the Multi Out jacks d on the AVR65s rear panel. NOTE: The remote power amplifier must have signal sensing capability or be left on constantly to assure automatic operation at the remote room. As an alternative, place the amplifier that will provide power to the remote location speakers in the same room as the AVR65, and connect the Multi Out jacks d on the rear panel to the audio input of the remote room amplifier. Use the appropriate speaker wire to connect the optional power amplifier to the remote speakers. High-quality wire of at least AWG14 is recommended for long multiroom connections.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Any cables run inside walls should be CL3/FT4 rated, or carry any other certification that is required by the NEC, NFPA or state and local building and electrical codes. To avoid interference, audio and speaker cables should not be parallel to, or in the same conduits with AC cables. If you have any questions about multiroom wiring consult your dealer, custom installer or a licensed contractor or electrician. Multiroom Setup Once the audio and IR link connections have been made, the AVR65 needs to be configured for multiroom operation using the following steps. When making these selections, you may use the front panel Information Display, or use the OnScreen Display system. Either the semiOSD system may be used, in which case the choices will appear as a single-line display at the bottom of the screen, or as a full screen display. When the full-OSD display system is in use, the complete list of choices will appear on the screen. To activate the semi-OSD, press the OSD button o once. To activate the full-OSD, press the OSD button o three times. this will turn the semi-OSD on and then off. The full-OSD will appear on the third button press. Once you have determined which, if any OSD system to use, setup and operation of the multiroom system is simple.
1. Press the Multi button f to initiate the multiroom system. If the semi-OSD system is engaged, a message will appear at the bottom of the screen. If the full-OSD system is engaged, the complete multiroom menu (Figure 9) will be shown on the video display. Press the Set button i within five seconds to enter the multiroom menus.
M UL T I M UL T I R O O M : I N P U T : O C D V V V T T F D V I I I U I 2 F D D D D N M 0 O N

Figure 9

2. Press the or buttons g to turn the multiroom system on or off, as indicated by the front panel Information Display message, the semi-OSD message, or the change in the highlighted video in the full-OSD screen. Press the Set button i to enter the settings. 3. Within five seconds, press the or buttons g to scroll through the inputs. When the input source you wish to send to the remote room location appears on the front panel Information Display, in the lower screen semi-OSD message, or is highlighted in reverse video in the full-OSD listing, press the Set button i to enter the selection.

Programming the Remote

The AVR65 is equipped with a powerful remote control that will control not only the receivers functions, but also most CD players and cassette decks manufactured by Harman Kardon. For increased flexibility, the remote also contains the codes for most popular brands of audio and video equipment, including CD players, cassette decks, TV sets, cable boxes, VCRs, satellite receivers and other home-theater equipment. Once the AVR65s remote is programmed with the codes for the products you own, it is possible to eliminate most other remotes and replace them with the convenience of a single, backlit universal remote control.
3. Press and hold both the Device Control Selector b for the type of product to be entered (e.g., VCR, TV) and the Mute button d at the same time. Hold both buttons until the red light under the button stays lit. Note that the next step must take place while the red light is on, and it must begin within 20 seconds after the light illuminates. 4. Point the AVR65s remote towards the unit to be programmed, and enter the first three-digit code number using the Numeric buttons l. If the unit turns off, the correct code has been entered. Press the Device Control Selector b again, and note that the red light will flash twice to confirm the entry before going dark. 5. If the device to be programmed in does NOT turn off, continue to enter the three-digit code numbers until the equipment turns off. At this point, the correct code has been entered. Press the Device Control Selector b again, and note that the red light will flash twice to confirm the entry before going dark. 6. Try all of the functions on the remote to make certain that the product operates. Keep in mind that many manufacturers use a number of different combinations of codes, and it is a good idea to make certain that not only the Power control works, but the volume, channel and transport controls, as appropriate. If all functions do not work properly, you may need to use a different remote code.

7. If a code cannot be entered to turn the unit off, if the code for your product does not appear in the tables in this manual, or if not all functions operate properly, try programming the remote with the Auto Search Method.

Auto Search Method

If the unit you wish to include in the AVR65s remote is not listed in the code tables in this manual, or if the code does not seem to operate properly, you may wish to program the correct code using the Auto Search method as shown below. 1. Turn on the unit that you wish to include in the AVR65 remote. 2. Press the Device Control Selector b for the type of product to be entered (e.g., VCR, TV) and the Mute button d at the same time. Hold both buttons until the red light under the button stays lit. Note that the next step must take place while the red light is on, and it must begin within 20 seconds after the light illuminates. 3. Point the AVR65 remote towards the unit to be programmed, and press and hold the Surround Mode Selector y or the Sleep button `. This will send out a series of codes from the remotes built-in data base, with each flash of the red light under the Device Control Selector indicating that a code has been sent. When the device to be programmed turns off, IMMEDIATELY release the Surround Mode or Sleep button.
As shipped from the factory, the remote is fully programmed for all AVR65 functions, as well as those of most Harman Kardon CD changers, CD players and cassette decks. In addition, by following one of the methods below, you may program the remote to operate a wide range of devices from other manufacturers.

Direct Code Entry

This method is the easiest way to program your remote to work with different products. 1. Use the tables in the following pages to determine the three-digit code or codes that match both the product type (e.g., VCR, TV), but also the specific brand name. If there is more than one number for a brand, make note of the different choices. 2. Turn on the unit you wish to program into the AVR65 remote.
4. Press the Device Control Selector again, and note that the red light will flash twice to confirm the entry before going dark. 5. Try all of the functions on the remote to make certain that the product operates. Keep in mind that many manufacturers use a number of different combinations of codes, and it is a good idea to make certain that that not only the Power control works, but the volume, channel and transport controls, as appropriate. If all functions do not work properly, you may need to Auto-Search for a different code, or enter a code via the Direct Code Entry method.
2. Press the Night button j. The red light under the Device Control Selector b will blink in a sequence that corresponds to the three-digit code, with a one-second pause between each digit. Count the number of blinks between each pause to determine the digit of the code. One blink is the number 1, two blinks is the number 2, and so forth. Ten blinks are used to indicate a 0. Example: One blink, followed by a onesecond pause, followed by six blinks, followed by a one-second pause, followed by ten blinks indicates that the code has been set to 160. For future reference enter the Setup Codes for the equipment in your system here: CD AUX TV CBL TAPE SAT VCR

When operating a device other than the AVR65, the controls may not correspond exactly to the function printed on the remote or button. Some commands, such as the volume control, are the same as with the AVR65. Other buttons will change their function so that they correspond to a secondary label on the remote. For example, the Sleep and Surround Mode selector buttons also function as the Channel Up and Channel Down buttons when operating most TV sets, VCRs or cable boxes. The Channel Up/Down indication is printed directly on the remote. The same is true for standard CD player, cassette deck, VCR and DVD functions, which follow the standard function icons printed on top of the buttons. For some products, however, the function of a particular button does not follow the command printed on the remote. In order to see which function a button controls, consult the Function List tables printed in this manual. To use those tables, first check the type of device being controlled (e.g., TV, VCR). Next, look at the remote control diagram pictured on the following page. Note that each button has a number on it.

Code Readout

When the code has been entered using the Auto Search method, it is always a good idea to find out the exact code so that it may be easily reentered if necessary. You may also read the codes to verify which device has been programmed to a specific Control Selector button. 1. Press and hold both the Device Control Selector b for the type of product to be entered (e.g., VCR, TV) and the Mute button d at the same time. Hold both buttons until the red light under the button stays lit. Note that the next step must take place while the red light is on, and it must begin within 20 seconds after the light illuminates.
Programmed Device Functions
Once the AVR65s remote has been programmed for the codes of other devices, press the appropriate Device Control Selector b to change the remote from control over the AVR65 to the additional product. When you press any of the Device Control Selectors, it will briefly flash in red to indicate that you have changed the device being controlled.
To find out what function a particular button has for a specific device, find the button number on the Function List and then look in the column for the device you are controlling. For example, button number 5 is the Test Tone button for the AVR65, but it is the Favorite button for many VCRs and Satellite receivers. Button number 31 is the Preset Tune Down button for the AVR65, the Reverse Skip button for CD players and the Page Down button for some cable boxes. Notes on Using the AVR65 Remote With Other Devices. Manufacturers may use different code sets for the same product category. For that reason, it is important that you check to see if the code set you have entered operates as many controls as possible. If it appears that only a few functions operate, check to see if another code set will work with more buttons. When a button is pressed on the AVR65 remote, the red light under the Device Control Selector b for the product being operated should flash briefly. If the Device Control Selector flashes for some, but not all buttons for a particular product, it does NOT indicate a problem with the remote, but rather that no function is programmed for the button being pushed.

No sound from surround or center speakers
Unit does not respond to remote commands
Intermittent buzzing in tuner

Technical Specifications

Audio Section Stereo Mode Continuous Average Power (FTC)
75 Watts per channel 20Hz20kHz: @ < 0.07% THD, both channels driven into 8 ohms Five-Channel Surround Mode Power Per Individual Channel Front L&R channels: 65 Watts per channel, @ < 0.07% THD, 20Hz20kHz into 8 ohms Center channel: 65 Watts, @ < 0.07% THD, 20Hz20kHz into 8 ohms Surround channels: 65 Watts per channel, @ < 0.07% THD, 20Hz20kHz into 8 ohms Input Sensitivity/Impedance Linear (High Level) Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF-A) 200mV/47 kohms 95dB
FM Tuner Section Frequency Range Usable Sensitivity Signal-to-Noise Ratio Distortion Stereo Separation Selectivity Image Rejection IF Rejection Tuner Output Level AM Tuner Section Frequency Range Signal-to-Noise Ratio Usable Sensitivity Distortion Selectivity Video Section Video Format Input Level/Impedance Output Level/Impedance Video Frequency Response General Power Requirement Power Consumption
Dimensions (Max) Width Height Depth Weight
87.5108MHz IHF 1.3 V/13.2dBf Mono/Stereo 70/68dB Mono/Stereo 0.3/0.5% 40dB @ 1kHz 400kHz, 65dB 80dB 90dB 1kHz, 75kHz Dev 500mV
5201710kHz 45dB Loop 500V 1kHz, 50% Mod 0.8% 10kHz, 30dB
Surround System Adjacent Channel Separation Analog Decoding 40dB (Pro Logic, etc.) Dolby Digital (AC-3) 55dB DTS 55dB Frequency Response @ 1W (+0dB, 3dB) High Instantaneous Current Capability (HCC) Transient Intermodulation Distortion (TIM) Rise Time Slew Rate 8Hz80kHz 35 Amps Unmeasurable 16 sec 40V/sec
NTSC 1Vp-p/75 ohms 1Vp-p/75 ohms 10Hz8MHz (3dB)
AC 120V/60Hz 78W idle, 402W maximum (2 channels driven) 17.3 inches (440mm) 6.5 inches (165mm) 17.1 inches (435mm) 32 lbs. (14.5 kg)
Depth measurement includes knobs, buttons and terminal connections. Height measurement includes feet and chassis. All features and specifications are subject to change without notice. *Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic, AC-3 and the Double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Works. 19921998 Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved.
DTS and DTS Surround are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems. UltraStereo is a trademark of UltraStereo Corp.
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Owners Manual
Owners Manual AVR65 Audio/Video Receiver

Table of Contents

Introduction. 1 Safety Information. 23 Unpacking and Installation. 3 Front Panel Controls. 46 Front Panel Information Display. 78 Rear Panel Connections. 910 Remote Control Functions. 1113 Installation and Connections. 1415 System Configuration. 1622 Operation. 2330 Basic Operation. 23 Using the On-Screen Display. 2324 Source Selection. 24 Surround Mode Selection. 25 Surround Mode Chart. 26 Digital Audio Playback. 2728 Tuner Operation. 2829 Tape Recording. 29 Output Level Trim Adjustment. 30 6-Channel Direct Input. 30 Memory Backup. 30 Processor Reset. 30 Multiroom Operation. 3132 Programming the Remote. 3345 Direct Code Entry. 33 Auto Search Method. 3334 Code Readout. 34 Programmed Device Functions. 3435 Macro Programming. 3536 Volume Punch-Through. 36 Reassigning Device Control Selectors. 36 Function List. 3738 Setup Code Tables: TV. 3941 Setup Code Tables: VCR. 4243 Setup Code Tables: CD. 44 Setup Code Tables: AUX (DVD). 44 Setup Code Tables: CABLE. 45 Setup Code Tables: SAT. 45 Troubleshooting Guide. 46 Technical Specifications. 47
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For Canadian model This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. For models having a power cord with a polarized plug: CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot, fully insert. Modle pour les Canadien Cet appareil numrique de la classe B est conforme la norme NMB-003 du Canada. Sur les modles dont la fiche est polarisee: ATTENTION: Pour viter les chocs lectriques, introduire la lame la plus large de la fiche dans la borne correspondante de la prise et pousser jusquau fond.

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SAFETY INFORMATION
Important Safety Information
Verify Line Voltage Before Use Your AVR 135 has been designed for use with 120-volt AC current. Connection to a line voltage other than that for which it is intended can create a safety and fire hazard and may damage the unit. If you have any questions about the voltage requirements for your specific model, or about the line voltage in your area, contact your selling dealer before plugging the unit into a wall outlet. Do Not Use Extension Cords To avoid safety hazards, use only the power cord attached to your unit. We do not recommend that extension cords be used with this product. As with all electrical devices, do not run power cords under rugs or carpets or place heavy objects on them. Damaged power cords should be replaced immediately by an authorized service center with a cord meeting factory specifications. Handle the AC Power Cord Gently When disconnecting the power cord from an AC outlet, always pull the plug; never pull the cord. If you do not intend to use the unit for any considerable length of time, disconnect the plug from the AC outlet. Do Not Open the Cabinet There are no user-serviceable components inside this product. Opening the cabinet may present a shock hazard, and any modification to the product will void your guarantee. If water or any metal object such as a paper clip, wire or a staple accidentally falls inside the unit, disconnect it from the AC power source immediately, and consult an authorized service center. CATV or Antenna Grounding If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to this product, be certain that it is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1984, provides information with respect 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 of the grounding electrode. NOTE TO CATV SYSTEM INSTALLER: This reminder is provided to call the CATV (Cable TV) system installers attention to article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as possible. Installation Location I To ensure proper operation and to avoid the potential for safety hazards, place the unit on a firm and level surface. When placing the unit on a shelf, be certain that the shelf and any mounting hardware can support the weight of the product. I Make certain that proper space is provided both above and below the unit for ventilation. If this product will be installed in a cabinet or other enclosed area, make certain that there is sufficient air movement within the cabinet. Under some circumstances a fan may be required. I Do not place the unit directly on a carpeted surface. lation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: I Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. I Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

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8 Surround Mode Selector: Press this button to select from among the available surround mode options for the mode group selected. The specific modes will vary based on the number of speakers available, the mode group and if the input source is digital or analog. For example, press the Surround Mode Group Selector 7 to select a main mode grouping such as Dolby or Logic 7, and then press this button to see the specific mode choices available. For more information on mode selection, see page 22. 9 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 mode, each tap 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 on-screen display and the Lower Display Line. When the tuner is the Auto mode, press the button once, and the tuner will scan for a station with acceptable signal strength. When the next station with a strong signal is tuned the scan will stop and the on-screen display and Lower Display Line will indicate AUTO TUNED. When an FM Stereo station is tuned, the display will read AUTO ST TUNED. To switch back and forth between the Auto and Manual tuning modes, press the Tuner Mode Selector &. ) / Buttons: When configuring the AVR 135s settings, use these buttons to select from the available choices. ! Tuner Band Selector: Press this button to turn the AVR on and to select the Tuner as the input. Press it again to switch between the AM and FM frequency bands. (See page 26 for more information on the tuner.) @ Set Button: When making choices during the setup and configuration process, press this button to enter the desired setting into the AVR 135s memory. # Digital Input Selector: Press this button to select one of the digital inputs or the analog input for any source. (See pages 2326 for more information on digital audio.) $ Preset Stations Selector: Press this button to scroll up or down through the list of stations that have been entered into the preset memory. (See page 27 for more information on tuner presets.) % Delay Adjust Selector: Press this button to begin the steps required to enter delay settings. (See pages 1920 for more information on delay times.) ^ Input Source Selector: Press this button to change the input by scrolling up or down through the list of Input Indicators. & Tuner Mode Selector: Press this button to select Auto or Manual tuning. When the button is pressed so that the AUTO appears in the Lower Display Line , the tuner will search for the next station with an acceptable signal when the Tuning Selector 9u is pressed. When the button is pressed so that MANUAL appears in the Lower Display Line , each press of the Tuning Selector 9u will increase the frequency. This button may also be used to switch between Stereo and Mono modes for FM radio reception. When weak reception is encountered, press the button so that MANUAL appears in the Lower Display Line and on the on-screen display to switch to Mono reception. Press it again to switch back to Stereo mode. (See page 26 for more information on using the tuner.) * Optical 3 Digital Audio Input: Connect the optical digital audio output of an audio or video product to this jack. When the input is not in use, be certain to keep the plastic cap installed to avoid dust contamination that might degrade future performance. ( Coaxial 3 Digital Audio Input: This jack is used for connection to the output of portable audio devices, video game consoles or other products that have a coax digital audio jack. Video 3 Video Input Jacks: These jacks may be used for temporary connection to the composite or S-video output of video games, camcorders or other portable video products. You may make a connection to either jack at any time, but not to both simultaneously. Video 3 Audio Input Jacks: These audio jacks may be used for temporary connection to video games or portable audio/video products such as camcorders and portable audio players. Bass Control: Turn this control to modify the lowfrequency output of the left/right channels by as much as 10dB. Balance Control: Turn this control to change the relative volume for the front left/right channels. NOTE: For proper operation of the surround modes this control should be at the midpoint or 12 oclock position. Treble Control: Turn this control to modify the high frequency output of the left/right channels by as much as 10dB. Channel Adjust Selector: Press this button to begin the process of trimming the channel output levels using an external audio source. (For more information on output level trim adjustment, see page 27.) Volume Control: Turn this knob clockwise to increase the volume, counterclockwise to decrease the volume. If 35 AVR 135 is muted, adjusting the the 40 Volume Control 38 will automatically release 51 the unit from thecondition.33 silenced 37 Input 31 Indicators: The current selected source will 35 appear as 30 of these indicators. Note that when the one unit is turned on,29 entire list of available modes will the light briefly, and then revert to normal operation with 31 only the active mode indicator illuminated. 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 17 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 25 for more information on the Channel Indicators.) Upper Display Line: Depending on the units status, a variety of messages will appear here. In normal operation, this line will show current input source and which analog or digital input is in use. When the tuner is the input, this line will identify the station as AM or FM and show the frequency and preset number, if any. Lower Display Line: Depending on the units status, a variety of messages will appear here. In normal operation, the current surround mode will show here. Surround Mode Indicators: The current selected surround mode will appear as one of these indicators. Note that when the unit is turned on, the entire list of available modes will light briefly, and then revert to normal operation with only the active mode indicator illuminated. Remote Sensor Window: The sensor behind this window receives infrared signals from the remote control. Aim the remote at this area and do not block or cover it.

` Transport Controls: 47 do not have These buttons 40 any functions for the AVR 135, but they may be programmed for the forward/reverse play operation of a wide variety of CD or 34 players, and48 or DVD audio video cassette recorders. (See page 32 for more information.) is pressed so that DSP SURR OFF appears in the Lower Display Line , the AVR will operate in a bypass mode with true, fully analog, two-channel
28 StereoMode Select Button: When the button
46 incorrect 49 Clear Button: Press this button to clearentries 36 remote to 49 radio 35 directly enter a 32 when using the stations frequency.34 Memory Button: Press this button to enter a radio station into the AVR 135s preset First, memory. tune the desired station, and then press this45 button. 36 Two underline indicators will flash at the right side of the Upper Display Line , and within five seconds press the Numeric Keys r for the preset number between 30 that you wish to assign to the 31 and station.42 for more information.) page 48 (See 35 Delay/Prev Ch.: Press this button to begin 41 the process for setting thethe delay times used by AVR 135 when processing surround sound. After pressing this button, the delay times are entered by pressing the Set Button p and then using the / Buttons n to change the setting. Press the Set Button p again to complete the process. (See page 19 for more information.) 31
33 the AVR 32 or TV 42 being controlled, depending on 135 set 40 which device has been selected. When the AVR PresetWhen the tuner is 49use,remote is being programmed to operate another device, Up/Down: 45 in the press these buttons to scroll through the stations this button is pressed with 48 Input Selector Button 35 e to begin the programming process. (See page programmed22 the AVR 33 memory. When 34 135s into 30 some sourcesuch as CD players, VCRs and for more information on programming the remote.) devices, 33 cassette decks, are selected using the device Input Selectors e, these buttons may function as Chapter Step or Track Advance. 41 51

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INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS

System Installation

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 a 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. Audio Equipment Connections We recommend that you use high-quality interconnect cables when making connections to source equipment and recorders to preserve the integrity of the signals. 1. Connect the analog output of a CD player to the CD Audio Inputs. NOTE: When the CD player has both fixed and variable audio outputs, it is best to use the fixed output unless you find that the input to the receiver is so low that the sound is noisy, or so high that it is distorted. 2. Connect the analog Play/Out jacks of a cassette deck, MD, CD-R or other audio recorder to the Tape Input Jacks. Connect the analog Record/In jacks on the recorder to the Tape Output Jacks on the AVR 135. 3. Connect the output of any digital sources such as a CD or DVD changer or player, advanced video game, a digital satellite receiver, HDTV tuner or digital cable set-top box or the output of a compatible computer sound card to the Optical and Coaxial Digital Audio Inputs c*(. We recommend connecting the coaxial digital audio output of your DVD player to the Coax 1 Digital Audio Input , since that digital input is assigned to the DVD source by default.

* INPUT SETUP *

the Set Button p to enter the new digital input assignment. Some digital video input sources, such as a cable box or HDTV set-top, may change between analog and digital outputs, depending on which channel is in use. The AVR 135s Auto Polling feature allows you to avoid losing the audio feed when this happens by permitting both analog and digital connections to the same source on the AVR. Digital audio is the default, and the unit will automatically switch to the analog audio if the digital audio stream stops. In cases where only a digital source is used, you may wish to disable the Auto Polling feature to prevent the AVR from trying to find an analog source when the digital source is paused. To turn Auto Polling off for any input, first make certain that the cursor is pointing to the AUTO POLL line on the menu screen. Next, press the / Navigation Buttons o so that OFF appears. Repeat the procedure at any time so that ON appears to restore the Auto Polling feature. When all needed adjustments have been made, press the Button n until the cursor is next to BACK TO MASTER MENU to continue with the system configuration.
SELECT line. Press the Set Button p until the SURROUND SELECT menu (Figure 3) is on the screen.
** D D L D V S B O T O S M T A L S G P A E C SURROUND BY SELECT **

SURROUND

IC 7 (SURR) X REO K TO MASTER

Figure 3

INPUT :VIDEO 1 DIGITAL IN:ANALOG AUTO POLL :OFF BACK TO MASTER MENU

Surround Setup

The next step is to set the surround mode you wish to use with the input that was previously selected in the INPUT SETUP menu. Since surround modes are a matter of personal taste, feel free to select any mode you wish you may change it later. However, to make it easier to establish the initial parameters for the AVR 135, it is best to select Dolby Pro Logic II or Logic 7 for most analog inputs and Dolby Digital for inputs connected to digital sources. In the case of inputs such as a CD Player, Tape Deck or Tuner, you may wish to set the mode to Stereo (Surround off) as they are not typically used with multichannel program material, and it is unlikely that surround-encoded material will be used. Alternatively, the Logic 7 Music mode is a good choice for stereoonly source material. See page 24 for more information on available surround modes. When selecting surround modes for digital program material, the AVR 135 will always examine the data stream and automatically select Dolby Digital or DTS as applicable. It is easiest to complete the surround setup using the full-OSD on-screen menus. From the MASTER MENU (Figure 1), press the / Buttons n until the cursor is next to the SURROUND

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The following few paragraphs detail the instructions for surround mode categories with several mode options or with other available settings. On the DOLBY menu (Figure 4), mode choices include Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic II-Music, Dolby Pro Logic II-Movie, Dolby Pro Logic and Dolby 3 Stereo. The Dolby Digital EX mode is only available when the system is set for 6.1/7.1 operation by configuring the Surround Back speakers to Small or Large as described on page 18. When a disc is playing that contains a special flag signal in the digital audio data stream, the EX mode will be selected automatically. It may also be selected using this menu or through the front panel or remote control as shown on page 23. A complete explanation of these modes is found on page 24. When the Dolby Digital mode is selected, there are additional settings available for the Night mode. The Night mode may also be adjusted directly any time a Dolby Digital source is playing by pressing the Night Mode Button l. When the button is pressed, D-RANGE will appear in the lower third of the video screen and in the Lower Display Line. Press the / Navigation Buttons n within three seconds to select the desired setting. When you have completed your selections on the DOLBY menu, press the / Navigation Buttons n until the cursor is next to the BACK TO SURR SELECT line. Press the Set Button p to return to the SURR SELECT menu (Figure 3). On the DTS menu, the choices made with the / Buttons o on the remote are determined by a combination of the type of program material in use and whether the 5.1- or 6.1/7.1-channel configuration is in use. When a DTS source is playing, the choice of modes for 7.1 systems will vary according to the type of program source (DTS 5.1, DTS-ES Matrix or DTS-ES Discrete). Press the / Buttons o to scroll through the choices that are available for your system and the program in use. The DTS Neo:6 Music mode is available with analog stereo sources and the DTS Neo:6 Cinema mode is available with analog matrix surround-encoded sources to deliver an enhanced 5.1-channel sound field. When the 5.1 configuration is in use, the AVR will automatically select the 5.1 version of DTS processing when a DTS data stream is selected. When the 6.1/7.1 mode is selected, the DTS-ES Discrete mode will automatically be activated when a DTS source with the ES Discrete flag is in use. When a non-ES DTS disc is in use, you may select the DTS-ES Matrix mode through this menu to create a full eight-channel surround mode. See page 24 for a complete explanation of the DTS modes. On the LOGIC 7 menu, the choices made with the / Buttons o on the remote are determined by whether the 5.1- or 6.1/7.1-channel configuration is in use. In either case, the selection of a Logic 7 mode enables Harman Kardons exclusive Logic 7 processing to create fully enveloping, multichannel surround sound from either two-channel Stereo or Matrix-encoded programming such as VHS cassettes, laser discs or television broadcasts produced with Dolby surround. In the 5.1 configuration, you may select the Logic 7/ 5.1 Music, Cinema or Enhance mode. They work best with two-channel music, surround-encoded programs or standard two-channel programming of any type, respectively. For 6.1/7.1 configurations, the Music and Cinema modes may be selected. The Logic 7 modes are not available when either Dolby Digital or DTS digital soundtracks are in use. See page 24 for a complete explanation of the Logic 7 modes. On the DSP (SURR) menu, the choices made with the / Buttons o on the remote select from one of the DSP surround modes that are designed for use with two-channel stereo programs to create a variety of sound field presentations. The choices available are Hall 1, Hall 2, Theater, VMAx Near and VMAx Far. The Hall and Theater modes are designed for multichannel installations, while the two VMAx modes are optimized for use in delivering a full surround field when only the front left and front right speakers are installed. See page 24 for a complete explanation of the DSP surround modes. On the STEREO menu, the choices made with the / Buttons o on the remote may either turn the surround processing off for a traditional two-channel stereo presentation, or select 5 STEREO or 7 STEREO depending on whether a 5.1 or 6.1/7.1 configuration is in use. The latter modes feed a twochannel presentation to all speakers, regardless of the number of speakers in use. See page 24 for a complete explanation of the 5 Stereo and 7 Stereo modes. After the selections are made on the Dolby, DTS, Logic 7, DSP (Surround) or Stereo menus, press the / Buttons n so that the cursor moves to the BACK TO MASTER MENU line and press the Set Button p.

:SIZE HT : LARGE : SMALL : SMALL K : SMALL ER : SUB(LFE) : GLOBAL MASTER MENU

Figure 5

The first line of the SPEAKER SETUP menu (Figure 5) allows you to switch the menu to change either the speaker size setting or the exact crossover point used for that speaker group. For the first pass through the menu, leave the setting at its default option of SIZE, and then proceed as outlined below. Once the speaker choices have been set, you may wish to return to this line to change the option so that the crossover settings may be adjusted. Begin the speaker setup process by making certain that the cursor is pointing toward the LEFT/RIGHT line, which sets the configuration for the front left and right speakers. If you wish to make a change to the front speakers configuration, press the / Buttons o so that either LARGE or SMALL appears, matching the appropriate description from the definitions shown above. When SMALL is selected, low-frequency sounds will be sent only to the subwoofer output. If you choose this option and there is no subwoofer connected, you will not hear any low-frequency sounds from the front channels. When LARGE is selected, a full-range output will be sent to the front left and front right outputs. Depending on the choice made in the SUBWOOFER line in

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, as doing so may damage your speakers, the AVR 135 or both. When 7.1-channel information is received, for example through the 6/8-Channel Direct Inputs f, or when deriving 7-Channel Stereo or Logic 7/7.1 surround information, the AVR 135 combines the left and right surround back channel information and outputs it as a single surround back channel. When you have completed your selection for the back surround channels, press the Button n on the remote to move the cursor to SUBWOOFER. Press the / Buttons o on the remote to select the option that best describes your system. The choices available for the subwoofer position will depend on the settings for the other speakers, particularly the front left/right positions. If the front left/right speakers are set to SMALL, the subwoofer will automatically be set to SUB, which is the on position. If the front left/right speakers are set to LARGE, three options are available: If no subwoofer is connected to the AVR 135, press the / Buttons o on the remote so that NONE appears in the on-screen menu. When this option is selected, all bass information will be routed to the front left/right main speakers. If a subwoofer is connected and you wish to have the front left/right main speakers reproduce bass frequencies at all times, and have the subwoofer operate only when the AVR 135 is being used with a digital source that contains a dedicated Low-Frequency Effects, or LFE, soundtrack. Press the / Buttons o on the remote so that LFE appears in the on-screen menu. If a subwoofer is connected and you wish to use it for bass reproduction in conjunction with the main front left/right speakers, regardless of the type of program source or Surround mode, press the / Buttons o on the remote so that SUB LFE+L/R appears in the on-screen menu. When this option is selected, a full-range signal will be sent to the front left/right main speakers, and the subwoofer will receive the bass frequencies under frequency selected, as described below, as well as the LFE information. When all initial speaker size settings have been made, you now have the option to take advantage of the AVR 135s Triple Crossover system, which allows individual crossover settings to be made for each speaker grouping. The low-frequency crossover point is set by the design of your speakers. Depending on the design and driver complement of your speakers, it is usually defined as the lowest possible frequency the speaker is capable of reproducing. Before making any changes to the settings for the crossover point, we suggest that you find the crossover point for the speakers in each of the three groupings, front left/right, center and surrounds, by looking at the specifications page of each speakers owners manual, or by contacting your dealer or the manufacturers customer service department or Web site. You will need this figure to accurately configure the next group of settings. The factory default setting for all speaker positions is 100Hz. If that setting is acceptable for all channels, then no adjustments are needed and you may skip this section. However, should you wish to change one of the settings, please proceed by pressing the Button n so that the cursor moves back up to the top of the list of setting options. Press the / Buttons n so that X-OVER is highlighted and the menu data will change to the screen shown in Figure 6.

Delay Settings

Due to the different distances between the listening position for the front channel speakers and the surround speakers, the amount of time it takes for sound to reach your ears from the front versus surround speakers differs. You may compensate for this differ-

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ence through the use of the delay settings to adjust the timing for the speaker placement and acoustic conditions in your listening room or home theater. The AVR 135s advanced software enables you to quickly and easily set delay times without the need to calculate them using a complex formula. Instead, all you need to do is measure the approximate distance between your listening position and each of the speakers in your system. When you enter those distances into the AVRs memory as shown below, the AVRs microprocessor does the rest of the work, calculating the proper delay time. The measurements need not be accurate to the inch, as the system is designed to accommodate a typical listening area rather than require the precise measurement to one sweet spot position. Due to the differences in the way each surround mode operates, some modes allow for a greater range of delay times than others. To avoid problems, we recommend that delay times be adjusted using the Dolby Digital mode. If a different mode is selected at a later time, the AVR 135 will automatically restrict the delay settings to those required by the surround mode in use. Delay times are only adjustable for the Dolby modes, so you will notice that the DELAY menu may not be accessed when any other mode, such as a DTS or Logic 7 option, has been selected. In addition, when a non-Dolby Digital mode such as Dolby 3 Stereo or Pro Logic II is selected, adjustments may be made to the Surround speakers only. To set the delay time for a specific input, the DELAY ADJUST menu (Figure 7) should be visible on your on-screen display. If it is not, press the OSD Button v to bring up the MASTER MENU, and press the Button n until the on-screen cursor is pointing at the DELAY ADJUST line. Press the Set Button p to call up the menu. NOTE: In order to adjust the Delay settings for the surround back channels, a Dolby Digital or DTS source must be playing. This enables the system to activate the surround back processing mode. Once the DELAY ADJUST menu is on your screen, note that the default setting to enter the distances from the speakers to the listening position is in feet. If your measurements are in feet, proceed to the next step; if your measurements are made in meters, press the Button n until the on-screen cursor is at the UNIT line on the menu. Then, press the / Buttons o so that METER is highlighted. When the change in measurement units is made, press the / Buttons n to return the cursor to the CENTER position. With the on-screen cursor pointing to CENTER, press the / Buttons o until the distance from the center speaker to the preferred listening position is entered. Next, press the Button n to move the cursor to the SURROUND line and use the / Buttons o again to enter the distance from the video display at the front of the room to the surround speakers. Finally, if the system is configured for 7.1 operation by entering LARGE or SMALL on the SURR BACK line of the SPEAKER SETUP menu, press the Button n again and use the / Buttons o to enter the distance from the listening position to the surround speakers. Remember that this last adjustment will only be needed when you have surround back speakers installed and Dolby Digital chosen as the surround mode. When the speaker-to-listening-position distance has been entered for all active speaker positions, press the / Buttons n until the on-screen cursor is next to BACK TO MASTER MENU and press the Set Button p.

40 1. Press the Memory Button 34 on the remote. Two underscore lines will appear at 26 far right the 25 side of the Upper Display Line. 2. Within five seconds, press the Numeric Keys r corresponding to the location30 where you 22 to wish store this stations frequency.29 entered, the Once 30 preset number will appear in the Upper Display Line.
Output Level Trim Adjustment
Normal output level adjustment for the AVR 135 is established using the test tone, as outlined on pages 2021. 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. 47 output level for the subwoofer can Additionally, the 40 adjusted50 this procedure. only be 46 using To adjust the output levels using program material, first 34 the reference41 set volume for the front left and front right 36 channels using the Volume Control 38. If you are using a disc with test signals or an external which to signal generator as the source fromtrim the output levels, you may use a SPL meter to 34 handheld guide you to the correct SPLthe meter to 33 levels. Set the C-Weighting Slow scale, and adjust the volume 32 until the meter reads 75dB. 31 Once the reference level has been set, press the Channel Select Button m and FRONT L LEVEL will appear in the Lower Display Line. To change the level, first press the Set Button 51 use the / Buttons n to raise p, and then or 40 lower the level. DO NOT use the volume control, as 45 alter 39 this will49 the reference setting.
change has been made, press the Set Once the Button p and then press the / Buttons n to select the next output channel location that you 42 wish to adjust. To adjust the subwoofer level, press the / Buttons n until WOOFER LEVEL appears in the Lower Display Line.
3. Repeat the process after tuning any additional stations to be preset. Recalling Preset Stations To manually select a station previously entered in 49 Numeric 43 the preset memory, press the Keys r 48 that correspond to the desiredmemory stations 42 location. 34 list stored preset 37 To manually tune through the 36 of 33 Preset 37 stations one by one, press the26 25Stations 36 Selector Buttons $ 32 on the front panel or remote. Recording 32 In normal operation, the audio or video source 31 selected for listening through the AVR 135 is sent to the record outputs. This means that any program you are watching or listening to may be recorded simply by placing machines connected to the Tape Outputs or Video 1 Audio/Video and S-Video Outputs dj in the Record mode. When a digital audio recorder is connected to the Digital Audio Outputs , you are able to record the digital signal using a CD-R, MiniDisc or other digital recording system.

Example: One blink, followed by a one-second pause, followed by six blinks, followed by a one-second pause, followed by ten blinks indicates that the code has been set to 160. For future reference, enter the setup codes for the equipment in your system here: DVD ____________ CD ________________ VID1/VCR __________ VID2/TV __________ VID3/CBL ________ VID3/SAT __________ TAPE ______________________________

Macro Programming

Macros enable you to easily repeat frequently used combinations of commands with the press of a single button on the AVR 135s remote control. Once programmed,49macro willup to 19 different a 47 send out 48 a predetermined remote codes in 42 sequential order enabling you 49 automateof turning on 35 to the process your system, changing 38 40or other common devices, tasks. The AVR 135s remote can store up to five 39 separate macro command sequences: one that is associated32 the On Button a3941fourwith 27Power and 34Macro more that 31 accessed by pressing the 4850 are 33 Buttons 30. 1. Press 35 Muteand the Macro the 37 Button 28 Button 3234 31the 51 to programmed 37 Power On or be22 Button a at 30 same time. AnInput Selector 26theef28 light red, and the Program 32 will 49 Indicator c will flash amber. the 34 2. Enter the steps for 22 macro sequence by pressing thethe actual command step. 42 button for 32 Although the macro may contain up to 19 steps, 31 each button press, including those used to change devices, counts as a step. The Program Indicator

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c will flash green to confirm each button press as you enter commands. 43 NOTE: While entering commands for Power On/Off of 46 any device during a macro sequence, press the Mute 4. The red LED under the AVR Selector f will go out, and the Program Indicator c will turn green and flash three times before it goes out.
Programmed Device Functions
Once the AVR 135s remote has been programmed for the codes of other devices, press the appropriate Input Selector e to change the remote from controlling the AVR 135 to controlling the additional product. When you press any one of the selectors, it will briefly flash in red to indicate that you have changed the device being controlled. When operating a device other than the AVR 135, the controls may not correspond exactly to the function printed on the remote or button. Some commands, such as the volume control, are the same as they are with the AVR 135. Other buttons will change their function so that they correspond to a secondary label on the remote. For example, the Sleep and Surround mode selector buttons also function as the Channel Up and Channel Down buttons when operating most TV sets, VCRs or cable boxes. The Channel Up/Down indication is printed directly on the remote. For many standard CD players, cassette decks, VCRs and DVD functions, the standard function icons are printed on top of the buttons. For some products, however, the function of a particular button does not follow the command printed on the remote. In order to see which function a button controls, consult the Function List tables on pages 33 and 34. To use those tables, first check the type of device being controlled (e.g., TV, VCR). Next, look at the remote control diagram in Figure 11. Note that each button has a number on it. To find out what function a particular button has for a specific device, find the button number on the Function List and then look in the column for the device you are controlling. For example, button number 44 is the Direct button for the AVR 135, but it is the Favorite button for many cable television boxes and satellite receivers. Button number 30 is the Delay button for the AVR 135, but the Open/Close button for CD players. NOTE: The numbers used to describe the button functions in Figure 11 for the purposes of describing how a button operates are a different set of numbers than those used in the rest of this manual to describe the button functions for the AVR 135. Notes on Using the AVR 135 Remote With Other Devices. Manufacturers may use different code sets for the same product category. For that reason, it is important that you check to see whether the code set you have entered operates as many controls as possible. If it appears that only a few functions operate, check to see whether another code set will work with more buttons.

5. When the Program Indicator c goes out, the Macro has been erased. 37 Button 41. DO NOT press the actual Power button. 3. When all the steps have been entered, press the 37Button j to enter the commands. The Sleep 35 Input Selectors ef 49 red 24 light under the39 will 41 blink and 34 off. 35 then turn34 To33 Example: program the Macro 1 button so that 37 it 33 the AVR 135, TV42 a cable box, follow turns on and these steps: Press the33 Macro 1 Button 30 and Mute Button 41 at the same time and 30 release 29 then 36 them. 26 Note that37 Program c will flash 25 the 36 Indicator 27 amber. 48 Press 48 AVR Selector f. the 21 the Mute 32 to Press Button 41 42store the AVR 135s Power On command. e to Press 49 VID 3 Input Selector Button50 the indicate the next command is for TV Power On. 48 Press 35 Mute Button 41 to store the TV the Power34 Command. 40 On 36 e to Press 33 VID 2 Input Selector Button50 the 36 indicate the next command is for Cable Power On. 48 Press 35 Mute Button 41 to store the Cable the Power34 command. 40 On 33 Sleep/Channel Up Button j to37 Press 25 the complete theand store the macro process sequence. 31 each time youAfter following these steps, press 21 , the 43 the Macro 1 Button remote will send the Power On/Off command. Erasing Macro Commands To remove the commands that have been programmed 49 one of the buttons, follow these into 472645Macro steps: 41 and the Macro 23 1. Press the Mute Button Button 30 3629contains the commands you that wish to erase. 28 Indicator c will 35 amber, flash 49 Figure 11 2. The Program 31 under the 48 and the LED AVR Selector f will turn red. 29 seconds, press33 Surround Mode 42 3. Within ten the 31 Down Button k. 31 Selector/Channel20 32

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When a button is pressed on the AVR 135 remote, the red light under the Input Selector ef for the product being operated should flash briefly. If the Device Control Selector flashes for some but not all buttons for a particular product, it does NOT indicate a problem with the remote but rather that no function is programmed for the button being pushed. Volume Punch-Through trolling the VCR, you may wish to change channels on a cable box or satellite receiver without having to change the device selected by the AVR 135 or the remote. To program the remote for Channel Control PunchThrough, follow these steps: 1. Press the Input Selector Button ef for the device you wish to have the channel control associ3. Press and release the Input Selector Button e for the device that will be used to change the channels. The Program Indicator c will blink green three times and then go out to confirm the data entry.
Example: To control the transport of a DVD player while the remote is set to control the TV, first press 48 the VID 3/TV Input Selector Button e and the 42 ated with and 35 Mute Button 41 at the same the 43 time until the red light under the Input 35 Mute Button 41 at the same time. Next, release appears 36 Selector ef and the Program Indicator34 them and press the Play Button `, followed by 37 35remote 48 be programmed to oper37 may 41 The AVR 135s c flashes amber. 33 theDVD Input Selector Button e. 35 and 40 ate the Volume Control Mute37 func41NOTES: tions of either33 TV or34 AVRconjunction 2.Volume Down Button35. The the 26 the 36135 in 50 Press the with any of the devices 33 controlled by the 35 39For Indicator 29 willremote. 36 Program 30 c 22stop flashing33 and 31To remove the Channel Control48 and 34 Punch-Through 36 example, since the AVR 135 will likely be34 as the 30 return theits original configuration, repeat remote to 24 used amber. stay 36 sound system for TV viewing, you may wish to have above. However, press the 29 44steps21 example38 the30 48in the 3.release the 32 Button e Input Selector 35 Press and 22 although 35 remote the AVR 135s volume activated,34 the 28 same Input Selector in Steps 1 and 3. 30the 32 for be the 43 the device that will 30 used to changeis set to run the TV. Either 21 AVR 135 or 34 volume TV channels. The Program Indicator 21 will blink 30 c 33 Before programming the remote for Volume, Channel 29 with any 42 control may be associatedof the 33 remotes42 green three times and28 go out to confirm the 31 then or Transport Punch-Through, make certain that any devices. The factory default setting is to have the AVR data entry. programming needed for the specific TV, CD, DVD, 135s volume activated for all devices except TAPE. cable or satellite receivers has been completed. To program the remote for Volume Punch-Through, Example: To control the channels using your cable follow these steps: box or satellite receiver while the remote is set to The AVR 135 remote is preprogrammed at the control the VCR, first press the VID 1/VCR Input factory so that the Transport Control Functions 1. Press the Input Selector e for the unit you wish Selector Button e and 35 Mute Button 41 the ` operate the DVD player whenever the AVR 48 to 46 associated with the volume control and the have at the same 35 Next, release 41 and press40 time. them 38 the 47 selected. device is 36 at same time Mute Button theuntil the red 40 Volume Down Button 38 , followed by the VID 2/light appears under48 Input Selector42 51the 40 the 47 e; Resetting the Remote Memory Cable/Sat Input Selector Button e. Program Indicator c will flash amber. you Control Punch-Through 34 As38 add components to your home theater system, 32 Press the Volume 34 Button39 ; the Program 41 NOTE: 51 remove the Channel47 To 2. 36 Up 28its 34 repeat occasionally you may wish to totally reprogram the and return the remote to original configuration, Indicator c 44 amber.will stop flashing 25 stay and the steps shown in the example above. However, press 43 remote control without the confusion of any commands, 32 macros the same Input 49 or Punch-Through programming that you may 27 f 36 3. Press either the AVR Selector 24 or the Input Selector in Steps 133 3. 21 and 4231 have done. To do this, it is possible to reset the remote 29 Selector e,32 on which21 dependingsystems Transport Control Punch-Through to the original factory defaults and command codes by 28 volume control31 havefor the you wish to 29 attached following these steps. However, once the remote is c punch-through mode. TheIndicatorProgram The AVR 135s remote may be programmed to operate reset, all commands or codes that you have entered will will blink green three times and then go out to conso that the Transport Control Functions ` (Play, 31 be erased and will need to be reentered: firm the data entry. Stop, Fast Forward, Rewind, Pause and Record) for a VCR, DVD or CD will operate in conjunction with one of 1. Press any of the Input Selector Buttons e and Example: To have the AVR 135s volume control the other devices controlled by the remote. For examthe O Button r at the same time until the activated even though the remote is set to control ple, while using and controlling the TV, you may wish to Video 3/TV Program Indicator c begins to flash amber. the TV, first press the Input Selector start or stop your VCR or DVD without having to change e and 35 Mute Button 41 at the same time. the 2. Press the 3 Button r three times. the Up Next, press the Volume 34 Button 38 , followed device selected by the AVR 135 or the remote. The by the AVR Selector f. 50 3. The red LED under the Input Selector e will go 36 factory40 default setting is to have the DVDs transport 37 controls activated when the AVR, VID2/CABLE or SAT out and the Program Indicator c will stop flashremote to 49 VID3/TV devices have been selected. To program return the NOTE: Should you wish to24 the or ing and turn green. 34 the after original configuration28 entering a Volume Punch- remote for Transport Control Punch-Through, follow 30 the stepsthese steps: 43 Through, you 30 need to repeat 34 will shown 4. The Program Indicator c will remain green until above. However, press the 21 Input Selector in 42 same the remote is reset. Note that this may take a while, 1. Press the Input Selector ef for the device Steps 1 and 3. depending on how many commands are in the to have44 channel control associated with 46 the you wish memory that need to be erased. Channel Control Punch-Through and 35 Mute Button 41 at the same time until the the red light appears under the Input Selector e 5. When the Program Indicator c goes out, the The AVR 135s remote may be programmed to operate and 33 Program Indicator c flashes amber. 50 the remote has been reset to the factory settings. so that the channel control function for either the TV, 24 `. cable or satellite receiver used in your system may be 2. Press the Play Button 36 The Program and used in conjunction with one of the other devices conIndicator c will stopflashing34 stay amber. 48 trolled by the remote. For example, while using and con31

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FUNCTION LIST
No. Button Name 43 Power On Power Off Mute AVR DVD CD Tape VID 1 (VCR) VID 2 (CBL/SAT) VID 3 (TV) Dim AM/FM 6CH/8CH Sleep/CH+ Test Tone T/V Vol Up Surr/CH Night Spare Vol Down CH./Guide
AVR Function Power On Power Off Mute AVR Select DVD Input Select CD Input Select Tape Input Select Video 1 Select Video 2 Select Video 3 Select Dim Tuner Select 6/8 Ch. Input Select Sleep Test Tone
DVD Power On Power Off Mute AVR Select DVD Select CD Select Tape Select VCR Select TV Select Dim Tuner Select
CD/CD-R Power On Power Off Mute AVR Select DVD Select CD Select Tape Select VCR Select TV Select Dim Tuner Select
Tape Power On Power Off Mute AVR Select DVD Select CD Select Tape Select VCR Select CBL/SAT Select TV Select Dim Tuner Select
VCR (VID1) Power On Power Off Mute AVR Select DVD Select CD Select Tape Select VCR Select CBL/SAT Select TV Select Dim Tuner Select Channel +
CBL (VID2) Power On Power Off Mute AVR Select DVD Select CD Select Tape Select VCR Select CBL Select TV Select Dim Tuner Select 6/8 Ch. Input Select Channel + TV/CBL Volume Up Channel
SAT (VID2) Power On Power Off Mute AVR Select DVD Select CD Select Tape Select VCR Select SAT Select TV Select Dim Tuner Select 6/8 Ch. Input Select Channel + TV/SAT Volume Up Channel
TV (VID3) Power On Power Off Mute AVR Select DVD Select CD Select Tape Select VCR Select CBL/SAT Select TV Select Dim Tuner Select 6/8 Ch. Input Select Channel + TV/VCR Volume Up Channel
CBL/SAT Select CBL/SAT Select
6/8 Ch. Input Select 6/8 Ch. Input Select
TV/DVD Volume Up Surround Mode Select Night Mode Select Volume Down Channel Trim Move/Adjust Up Speaker Adjust Move/Adjust Left Set Move/Adjust Right Digital Input Select Move/Adjust Down Delay Adjust Tuner Mode Memory Tune Up Volume Up Disc Menu Subtitle On/Off
Input Select Volume Up CDR Select

TV/VCR Volume Up Channel

Subtitle On/Off CDP Select Volume Down Volume Down Title Up Menu Left Enter Right Open/Close Down Return Chapter Audio Open/Close Repeat Time Cancel PPV Cancel Sleep Down Down Prev Channel Down Prev Channel Down Prev Channel Intro Scan Continuous Play Up Menu Left Enter Right Volume Down Volume Down Info/Guide Up Menu Left Enter Right Volume Down Info/Guide Up Menu Left Enter Right Up Menu Left Enter Right Volume Down
Speaker/Menu Set Digital/Exit
Delay/Prev. Ch. Tun-M Memory Tuning Up
Next Chapter Track Direct

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No. Button Name Direct Clear Preset Up Tuning Down OSD D. Skip Preset Down M1 M2 M3 M4 Dolby Sur DTS Sur DTS Neo:6 Logic 7 Stereo Skip Down Skip Up Rewind () Play () F F () Record Stop Pause Stop (DVD) Pause (DVD) Stop Pause Preset Tune Down Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 Dolby Modes DTS Digital Modes DTS Neo:6 Select Logic 7 Select Stereo Mode Select Skip (DVD) Skip + (DVD) R. Search (DVD) Play (DVD) F. Search (DVD) Skip Skip + R. Search Play F. Search Skip Skip + R. Search Play F. Search Record Stop Pause Rewind R. Play/F. Play Fast Fwd Stop Scan Scan + Rewind Play Fast Fwd Stop Pause Skip (DVD) Skip + (DVD) R. Search (DVD) Play (DVD) F. Search (DVD) Stop (DVD) Pause (DVD) Skip (DVD) Skip + (DVD) R. Search (DVD) Play (DVD) F. Search (DVD) Stop (DVD) Pause (DVD) Skip (DVD) Skip + (DVD) R. Search (DVD) Play (DVD) F. Search (DVD) Stop (DVD) Pause (DVD) AVR Function Direct Tuner Entry Clear Preset Tune Up Tune Down OSD Disc Skip Slow Rev Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 Macro 1 Macro 2 Macro 3 Macro 4 DVD Angle Clear CD/CD-R Random Play Clear Clear Tape VCR (VID1) CBL (VID2) FAV Bypass Music OSD OSD SAT (VID2) FAV Next Alt OSD OSD Clear TV (VID3)

183 123

204 131

202 212

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Manufacturer/Brand RCX REALISTIC SANSUI SANYO SCOTT SHARP SHERWOOD SONY SOUNDSTREAM SYMPHONIC TAEKWANG TEAC THETA DIGITAL TOSHIBA VECTOR RESEARCH VICTOR WARDS YAMAHA YORK Setup Code Number 166

105 172

167 139

180 163

106 155

107 173

SETUP CODE TABLE: DVD
Manufacturer/Brand APEX DIGITAL DENON GE GOLDSTAR/LG HARMAN KARDON JVC LG MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MITSUBISHI NAD ONKYO PANASONIC PHILIPS PIONEER PROCEED PROSCAN RCA SAMSUNG SHARP SONY THOMSON TOSHIBA YAMAHA ZENITH Setup Code Number 055 064

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SETUP CODE TABLE: SAT
Manufacturer/Brand ALPHASTAR ALPHASTAR DBS ALPHASTAR DSR BIRDVIEW CHANNEL MASTER CHAPARRAL CITOH DRAKE DX ANTENNA ECHOSTAR ELECTRO HOME FUJITSU GENERAL INSTRUMENT HITACHI DBS HOUSTON TRACKER HUGHES JANIEL JERROLD KATHREIN LEGEND MACOM MAGNAVOX MEMOREX NEXTWAVE NORSAT OPTIMUS PACE DSS PANASONIC PANASONIC DBS PANSAT PERSONAL CABLE PHILIPS PICO PRESIDENT PRIMESTAR RCA RCA DSS REALISTIC SAMSUNG SATELLITE SERVICE CO SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA SONY STAR CHOICE DBS STARCAST SUPER GUIDE TEECOM TOSHIBA UNIDEN ZENITH Setup Code Number 384

453 463

365 403

365 473

370 371

468 465

475 490

348 387

349 394

350 419

351 488

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SETUP CODE TABLE: TAPE
Manufacturer/Brand HARMAN KARDON Setup Code Number 001

SETUP CODE TABLE: CBL

Manufacturer/Brand ABC ALLEGRO AMERICAST ARCHER BELCOR CABLE STAR CITIZEN COLOUR VOICE DIGI EAGLE EASTERN ELECTRICORD EMERSON FOCUS G.I. GC ELECTRONICS GEMINI GENERAL GENERAL INSTRUMENT GOODMIND HAMLIN HITACHI JASCO JERROLD LINDSAY MACOM MAGNAVOX MOVIE TIME NSC OAK PACE PANASONIC PANTHER PHILIPS PIONEER POPULAR MECHANICS PRELUDE PRIMESTAR RADIO SHACK RCA RECOTON REGAL Setup Code Number 011

113 090

188 210

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Manufacturer/Brand REMBRANT SAMSUNG SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA SEAM SIGNATURE SPRUCER STARCOM STARGATE TANDY TELECAPATION TEXSCAN TFC TIMELESS TOCOM UNITED CABLE UNIVERSAL VIDEOWAY VIEWSTAR ZENITH ZENTEK Setup Code Number 011 163

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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
SYMPTOM Unit does not function when Main Power Switch is pushed CAUSE No AC Power SOLUTION Make certain AC power cord is plugged into a live outlet Check to see whether outlet is switch-controlled

NOTE: Resetting the processor will erase any configuration settings you have made for speakers, output levels, surround modes, digital input assignments as well as the tuner presets. The unit will be returned to the factory presets, and all settings for these items must be reentered. If the system is still operating incorrectly, there may have been an electronic discharge or severe AC line interference that has corrupted the memory or microprocessor. If these steps do not solve the problem, consult an authorized Harman Kardon service center.

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AVR 135 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Audio Section Stereo Mode Continuous Average Power (FTC) 50 Watts per channel, 20Hz20kHz, @ <0.07% THD, both channels driven into 8 ohms Six-Channel Surround Modes Power per Individual Channel Front L&R channels: 40 Watts per channel @ <0.07% THD, 20Hz20kHz into 8 ohms Center channel: 40 Watts @ <0.07% THD, 20Hz20kHz into 8 ohms Surround (L & R Side, Back) channels: 40 Watts per channel @ <0.07% THD, 20Hz20kHz into 8 ohms Input Sensitivity/Impedance Linear (High-Level) Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF-A) 200mV/47k ohms 100dB AM Tuner Section Frequency Range Signal-to-Noise Ratio Usable Sensitivity Distortion Selectivity Video Section Television Format Input Level/Impedance Output Level/Impedance Video Frequency Response (Composite and S-Video) Video Frequency Response (Component Video) General Power Requirement Power Consumption Dimensions Width Height Depth 5201720kHz 45dB Loop 500V 1kHz, 50% Mod 0.8% 10kHz, 30dB
NTSC 1Vp-p/75 ohms 1Vp-p/75 ohms 10Hz8MHz (3dB) 10Hz50MHz (3dB) AC 120V/60Hz 65W idle, 540W maximum (6 channels driven) (Product) 17.3 inches (440mm) 6.6 inches (168mm) 15 inches (382mm) (Product) 24.4 lb (11.1kg) (Shipping) 21.5 inches (545mm) 9.9 inches (251mm) 17.9 inches (455mm) (Shipping) 29.3 lb (13.3kg)
Surround System Adjacent Channel Separation Pro Logic I/II 40dB Dolby Digital (AC-3) DTS Frequency Response @ 1W (+0dB, 3dB) High Instantaneous Current Capability (HCC) Transient Intermodulation Distortion (TIM) Slew Rate FM Tuner Section Frequency Range Usable Sensitivity Signal-to-Noise Ratio Distortion Stereo Separation Selectivity Image Rejection IF Rejection 55dB 55dB
Weight 10Hz 130kHz 25 Amps Unmeasurable 40V/sec
Depth measurement includes knobs, buttons and terminal connections. Height measurement includes feet and chassis. All features and specifications are subject to change without notice. Harman Kardon and Power for the Digital Revolution are registered trademarks of Harman International Industries, Incorporated. * Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic and the Double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
87.5108.0MHz IHF 1.3V/13.2dBf Mono/Stereo 70/68dB Mono/Stereo 0.2/0.3% 40dB @ 1kHz 400kHz, 70dB 80dB 90dB

 

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