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Power for the Digital Revolution.
DIGITAL PATH RECEIVER OWNERS MANUAL
DPR 1005 DIGITAL PATH RECEIVER
52 Introduction Important Safety Information Unpacking Front-Panel Controls Rear-Panel Connections Main Remote Control Functions Zone II Remote Control Functions Installation and Connections System Configuration Speaker Placement System Setup Input Setup Audio Setup Surround Setup Speaker Setup Delay Settings Output Level Adjustment Using EzSet Manual Output Level Adjustment Operation Basic Operation Source Selection 6/8-Channel Direct Input Volume and Tone Control Surround Mode Selection Digital Audio Playback Surround Mode Chart Tuner Operation Tape Recording Front-Panel Connections Output Level Trim Adjustment Advanced Features Front-Panel Display Fade Display Brightness Turn-On Volume Level Semi-OSD Settings Full-OSD Time-Out Adjustment Multiroom Operation Multiroom Setup Surround Amplifier Channel Assignment Multiroom Operation Configuring the Remote Programming Remote Codes Preprogrammed Code Entry Automatic Code Entry Learning Commands Changing Devices Macro Programming Punch-Through Configuration EzSet Configuration Renaming Resetting the Remote Troubleshooting Guide Processor Reset Technical Specifications
Typographical 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 specific remote control or front-panel button, or rear-panel connection jack EXAMPLE (OCR type) indicates a message that is visible on-screen or on the front-panel information display EXAMPLE (Synchro type) indicates a message that is displayed on the remote controls LCD screen 1 (number in a square) indicates a specific front-panel control A (letter in a square) indicates a front-panel control that is behind the drop-down door (number in a circle) indicates a rear-panel connection a (number in an oval) indicates a button or indicator on the remote (letter in an oval) indicates a button on the Zone II remote
See trademark acknowledgements on page 52.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Thank You for Choosing Harman Kardon With the purchase of a Harman Kardon DPR 1005, you are about to begin many years of listening enjoyment. Thanks to its completely digital path system, the DPR 1005 is truly a receiver for the new millennium. The DPR 1005 has a wide range of features and options that accommodate virtually any combination of speakers, room size and program sources. It is as easy to operate as it is to set up, but in order to take maximum advantage of the many advanced technologies within your new DPR, it is strongly recommended that you take a few minutes to read this owners manual. If you have any questions about this product, its installation or its operation, we recommend that you contact your dealer or installer, as they are your best source of local information. You may also access a wealth of information and assistance by visiting our Web site at www.harmankardon.com. Description and Features Harman Kardons breakthrough Digital Path Receiver technology, of which the DPR 1005 is the second generation, keeps signals in the digital domain from the input to the output. Along with the newly designed PWM digital amplifier, this not only reduces signal degradation caused by digital-to-analog conversion stages; the increased efficiency makes it possible to reduce the DPRs size and weight without sacrificing performance. The DPR 1005 is designed to serve as the hub of your home entertainment system, providing a variety of listening options. When playing movies or other programming from digital formats such as DVD or HDTV, the DPR decodes Dolby* Digital, Dolby Digital EX, DTS and DTS-ES. Two-channel stereo and matrix surround sources benefit from the new Pro Logic IIx technology and DTS Neo:6. A Harman Kardon exclusive in receivers is the latest version of Logic 7 to create a wider, more enveloping sound field and more defined surround channel positioning, regardless of the type of source material. Additional processing options include MP3 decoding when connected to a compatible computer and HDCD for enhanced CD playback. Advanced technology is also at work even when only two speakers are used. Dolby Virtual Speaker modes and Harman Internationals proprietary VMAx are both available to create enveloping sound fields from the front left and right speakers, while Dolby Headphone circuitry creates an amazing sense of openness with headphones. Along with the many listening options, the DPR 1005 offers numerous settings that let you customize the system. A Quadruple Crossover bass management system configures each speaker group for a different crossover setting, while the assignable, wide bandwidth component video inputs may be linked to any video source. To further enhance the viewing experience with digital video sources or advanced digital video displays, the DPR 1005s A/V Sync Delay feature allows you to compensate for the loss of lip sync common in many video processing systems by delaying the audio signal independently for each input. An advanced version of Harman Kardons patented EzSet remote completes the package, making it easier than ever to set system output levels and to program the remote to operate virtually any program source. The DPR 1005s multizone options and a standard Zone II remote control make it possible to listen to a separate source in one room while the main home theater uses a different source. Thanks to assignable rear surround channel amplifiers, you may create a basic remote listening zone without any additional equipment. The units Multiroom outputs may also be used to feed an optional, external power amplifier and volume control. For one-wire multiroom connectivity, the DPR 1005 is A-BUS Ready, requiring only a single Category 5/5e cable and an optional remote module to power remote speakers while controlling volume and enabling full control over the program source and compatible IR-controlled devices. Combining state-of-the-art circuitry, digital technology and proven performance with an elegant design that is compatible with the latest source components and video displays, the DPR 1005 represents the culmination of Harman Kardons 50-year history of delivering the finest sonic performance. 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.
) J I K
NOTE: To make it easier to follow the instructions that refer to this illustration, a larger copy may be downloaded from the Product Support section for this product at www.harmankardon.com. The following controls and indicators are available on the DPR 1005s front panel: 1 Standby/On Indicator 2 Standby/On Button 3 Surround Mode Group Selector 4 Surround Mode Selector 5 Tuning Selector 6 Tuner Band Selector 7 Preset Station Selector 8 Input Source Selector 9 Tuning Mode Selector ) Set Button ! / Buttons @ Front-Panel Control Door # Volume Control $ Input Indicators % Speaker/Channel Input Indicators ^ Upper Display Line & Lower Display Line * Surround Mode Indicators ( Remote Sensor Window
The following controls and jacks are located behind the front-panel door. To open the door, press the center of the door and gently swing it down towards you. A Main Power Switch B Tone Mode Button C Speaker Selector Button D Channel Adjust Selector E Digital Input Selector F Delay Adjust Selector G Headphone Jack H Optical 3 Digital Input I Input/Output Indicator J Coaxial 3 Digital Input K Video 5 Audio/Video Jacks
1 Standby/On Indicator: This indicator is amber when the DPR is in the Standby mode to signal that the unit is connected to an AC power source and is ready to be put into operation. When the unit is in use, the indicator turns blue. 2 Standby/On Button: When the Main Power Switch A is ON, press this button to turn on the DPR 1005; press it again to turn the unit off.
3 Surround Mode Group Selector: Press this button to select the top-level group of surround modes. Each press of the button will select one of the surround mode categories. Once the button is pressed so that the name of the desired surround mode category appears in the on-screen display and in the Lower Display Line &, press the Surround Mode Selector 4 to cycle through the individual modes available. For example, press this button to select Dolby
modes, and then press the Surround Mode Selector 4 to choose from the various mode options. 4 Surround Mode Selector: Press this button to select from among the available surround mode options for the surround mode category selected. The specific modes will vary based on the number of speakers available, the surround mode category and whether the input source is digital or analog. For example, press the Surround Mode Group Selector 3
to select a category such as Dolby or Logic 7, and then press this button to see the specific mode choices that are available. For more information on mode selection, see page 32. 5 Tuning Selector: Press the left side of the button to tune lower-frequency stations and the right side of the button to tune higher-frequency stations. When the tuner is in the MANUAL/MONO mode, each tap of the Selector will increase or decrease the frequency by one increment. When the tuner receives a strong-enough signal for adequate reception, MANUAL TUNED will appear in the Lower Display Line & and in the on-screen display. When the tuner is in the AUTO/STEREO mode, press the button once, and the tuner will scan for a station with acceptable signal strength. When the next higher or lower frequency station with a strong-enough signal is tuned, the frequency scan will stop and the Lower Display Line & and the on-screen display will indicate AUTO TUNED. When an FM Stereo station is tuned, the display will read AUTO ST TUNED. See page 35 for more information on using the tuner. 6 Tuner Band Selector: Pressing this button will automatically switch the DPR 1005 to the Tuner mode. Pressing it again will switch between the AM and FM frequency bands. (See page 35 for more information on the tuner.) 7 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 35 for more information on tuner programming.) 8 Input Source Selector: Press this button to change the input by scrolling up or down through the list of input sources. 9 Tuning Mode Selector: Press this button to select Auto or Manual tuning. When the button is pressed so that AUTO/STEREO appears in the Upper Display Line ^, the tuner will search for the next station with an acceptable signal when the Tuning Selector 5w is pressed. When the button is pressed so that MANUAL/MONO appears in the Upper Display Line ^, each press of the Tuning Selector 5w will increase the frequency. (See page 35 for more information on using the tuner.) This button may also be used to switch between Stereo and Mono modes for FM radio reception. When weak reception is encountered, select the Manual/Mono tuning mode. Press and hold again to switch back to Stereo mode. (See page 35 for more information on using the tuner.) ) Set Button: When making system configuration changes using the front-panel controls, press this button to enter a setting into the units memory. ! / Buttons: When making system configuration changes using the front-panel controls, press these buttons to scroll through the available choices for the option being adjusted. @ Front-Panel Control Door: To open the door so that the front-panel jacks and controls behind this door may be accessed, press the center of the door and gently swing it down towards you. # Volume Control: Turn this knob clockwise to increase the volume, counterclockwise to decrease the volume. If the DPR 1005 is muted, adjusting the volume control will automatically release the unit from the silenced condition. $ Input Indicators: One of these indicators will light to identify the currently selected input. Note that the entire list will light briefly each time the unit is turned on as a test. % Speaker/Channel Input Indicators: These indicators are multipurpose, indicating both the speaker type selected for each channel and the incoming datasignal configuration. The left, center, right, right surround and left surround speaker indicators light as a single outline around the speaker position indicator when a small speaker is selected and as a larger icon with three connected boxes when large speakers are selected. When only the speaker position letters appear, no speaker has been assigned that position. (See page 24 for more information on configuring speakers.) The letters inside each box also indicate 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 and an UNLOCK message may appear in the Lower Display Line &. (See page 34 for more information on the Channel Indicators.) ^ Upper Display Line: Depending on the units status, a variety of messages will appear here. In normal operation, this line will show the current input source and identify whether an analog or digital input is in use. When the tuner is selected as the input, this line will identify the station as AM or FM and show the frequency and preset number, if any. & Lower Display Line: Depending on the units status, a variety of messages will appear here. In normal operation, the current surround mode will appear on this line. * Surround Mode Indicators: One of these indicators will light to show the surround mode in use. Depending on the specific combination of input sources and surround mode selected, more than one indicator may light. (See page 33 for more information.) ( Remote Sensor Window: The sensor behind this window receives infrared signals from the remote control. Aim the remote at this area and do not block or cover it unless an external remote sensor is installed.
I Volume Up/Down Buttons: When the Zone II remote is used in the room where the DPR 1005 is located, press this button to raise or lower the volume in that room. When it is used in a remote room with a sensor that is connected to the Multiroom IR Input f jack, this button will raise or lower the volume in the remote room.
POWER A OFF
AM/FM / VID3 VID4
C D E F G H
Play Forward/Reverse/Stop Buttons: Press these buttons to control compatible Harman Kardon CD, DVD or cassette players. Mute Button: When the Zone II remote is used in the room where the DPR 1005 is located, press this button to temporarily silence the unit. When it is used in a remote room with a sensor that is connected to the Multiroom IR Input U jack, this button will temporarily silence the feed to the remote room only. Press the button again to return to the previous volume level.
To make it easier to follow the instructions that refer to this illustration, a larger copy may be downloaded from the Product Support section for this product at www.harmankardon.com. I Power Off Button AVR Selector Button AM/FM Tuner Selector Input Selectors Tuning Up/Down Fast Play Buttons Record/Pause Button Preset Up/Down Track Skip Buttons Disc Skip Buttons Volume Up/Down Buttons Play Forward/Reverse/Stop Buttons Mute Button
INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
After unpacking the unit, locating it in a place with adequate ventilation and placing it on a solid surface capable of supporting its weight, you will need to make the connections to your audio and video equipment. IMPORTANT NOTE: For your personal safety and to avoid possible damage to your equipment and speakers, it is always good practice to turn off and unplug the DPR 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 Inputs. NOTE: If your 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 Inputs. Connect the analog Record/In jacks on the recorder to the Tape Outputs on the DPR 1005. 3. Connect the output of any digital audio source such as 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 HJ. 4. Connect the coaxial or optical Digital Audio Outputs on the rear panel of the DPR 1005 to the matching digital input connections on a CD-R or MiniDisc recorder. 5. Assemble the AM loop antenna supplied with the unit so that the tabs at the bottom of the antenna loop snap into the holes in the base. Connect it to the AM and GND Screw Terminals 36. ohm twin-lead cable, you must use an optional 300-ohm-to-75-ohm adapter to make the connection. 7. Connect the front, center, surround and surround back speaker outputs efgh to the respective speakers. To ensure that all the audio signals are carried to your speakers without loss of clarity or resolution, we suggest that you use high-quality speaker cable. Many brands of cable are available and the choice of cable may be influenced by the distance between your speakers and the receiver, the type of speakers you use, personal preferences and other factors. Your dealer or installer is a valuable resource to consult in selecting the proper cable. Regardless of the brand of cable selected, we recommend that you use cable with a gauge of 14 or smaller. Remember that in specifying cable, the lower the number, the thicker the cable. Cable with a gauge of 16 may be used for short runs of less than ten feet. We do not recommend that you use cables with an AWG equivalent of 18 or higher, due to the power loss and degradation in performance that will occur. Cables that are run inside walls should have the appropriate markings to indicate listing with UL, CSA or other appropriate testing agency standards. Questions about running cables inside walls should be referred to your installer or a licensed electrician who is familiar with the NEC and/or the applicable building codes in your area. When connecting wires to the speakers, be certain to observe proper polarity. Note that the positive (+) terminal of each speaker connection now carries a specific color code, as noted on page 8. However, most speakers still use a red terminal for the positive connection. Connect the negative or black wire to the same terminal on both the receiver and the speaker. NOTE: While most speaker manufacturers adhere to an industry convention of using black terminals for negative and red ones for positive, some may vary from this configuration. To ensure proper phase and optimal performance, consult the identification plate on your speaker or the speakers manual to verify polarity. If you do not know the polarity of your speaker, ask your dealer for advice before proceeding, or consult the speakers manufacturer. We also recommend that the length of cable used to connect speaker pairs be identical. For example, use the same length piece of cable to connect the front-left and front-right or surround-left and surround-right speakers, even if the speakers are a different distance from the DPR 1005. 8. Connections to a subwoofer are normally made via a line-level audio connection from the Subwoofer Output to the line-level input of a subwoofer with a built-in amplifier. When a passive subwoofer is used, the connection first goes to a power amplifier, which will be connected to one or more subwoofer speakers. If you are using a powered subwoofer that does not have line-level input connections, follow the instructions furnished with the speaker for connection information. 9. If an external multichannel audio source with 5.1 outputs such as an external digital processor/ decoder, DVD-Audio or SACD player is used, connect the outputs of that device to the 8-Channel Direct Inputs. Video Equipment Connections Video equipment is connected in the same manner as audio components. Again, the use of high-quality interconnect cables is recommended to preserve signal quality. 1. Connect the composite video or S-Video Play/ Out jack of a VCR, Personal Video Receiver (PVR) or DVD-Recorder to the Video 1 or Video 2 Video Input Jacks on the rear panel. Although any other video device may also be connected to these jacks, we particularly recommend that VCRs and PVRs be connected to the Video 1 Input Jacks so that you are able to take advantage of the remote control codes for these devices that are programmed for the Video1/VCR button of the units remote control. 2. Connect the composite video or S-Video Record/In jacks of a VCR, Personal Video Recorder (PVR) or DVD-Recorder to the Video 1 or Video 2 Video Output Jacks on the rear panel. Although any other video device may also be connected to these jacks, we particularly recommend that VCRs and PVRs be connected to the Video 1 Output Jacks so that you are able to take advantage of the remote control codes for these devices that are programmed for the Video 1/VCR button of the units remote control. 3. Connect the composite video or S-Video Play/Out jacks of any video playback device to the Video 3 or Video 4 Video Input Jacks on the rear panel. Although any type of video source device may be connected to these jacks, the remote control has the commands for the Video 3 inputs set to control a cable set-top box and the commands for the Video 4 inputs set to control a satellite receiver. However, you may reassign the commands for any type of device to either button on the remote using
When all audio, video and system connections have been made, there are a few configuration adjustments that must be made. A few minutes spent to correctly configure and calibrate the unit will greatly add to your listening experience. Speaker Selection and Placement The placement of speakers in a multichannel home theater system can have a noticeable impact on the quality of sound reproduced. No matter which type or brand of speakers is used, the same model or brand of speaker should be used for the left front, center and right front speakers. This creates a seamless front soundstage and eliminates the possibility of distracting sonic disturbances that occur when a sound moves across mismatched front-channel speakers. may be placed on a rear wall, behind the listening position. As with the side speakers, rear surrounds should be located so that the bottom of the cabinet is at least two feet higher than the listeners ears. The speakers should be no more than six feet behind the rear of the seating area. If dipole-type speakers are used on either the side or rear walls of the room, please note that if there are arrows on the speakers they should face the front of the room for the side speakers, or towards the center of the wall for the rear speakers. Subwoofers produce nondirectional sound, so they may be placed almost anywhere in a room. Actual placement should be based on room size and shape and the type of subwoofer used. One method of finding the optimal location for a subwoofer is to begin by placing it in the front of the room, about six inches from a wall, or near the front corner of the room. Another method is to temporarily place the subwoofer at your normal listening position, and then walk around the room until you find a spot where the subwoofer sounds best. Place the subwoofer in that spot. You should also follow the instructions of the subwoofers manufacturer, or you may wish to experiment with the best location for a subwoofer in your listening room. B) Rear speaker mounting is an alternate location for 5.1 systems. It is required for 7.1 operation.
A) Front-Channel Speaker Installation With Direct-View TV Sets or Rear-Screen Projectors
6 CH DVD AUDIO input should be used when the SBR and SBL inputs are not in use. When this input is used, the analog source is converted to digital so that you may use the same bass-management options for the direct input as you do with all other outputs. This input also mutes the unused SBL and SBR input jacks to prevent unwanted noise from interfering with system performance. 8 CH DVD AUDIO input should be used when an input is connected to all eight 8-Channel Direct Inputs. When this input is in use, the analog source is converted to digital so that you may use the same Quadruple Crossover bass-management options for the direct input as you do with all other outputs.
To select a source, press any of the Input Selector Buttons dXh on the remote. The input source may also be changed by pressing the front-panel Input Source Selector Button 8. Each press of the button will move the input selection through the list of available inputs. When a new input is selected, the DPR will automatically switch to the digital input (if selected), surround mode, component video input, A/V Sync Delay and Night Mode configurations that were in effect the last time that input was used. If the BASS MGR line on the SPEAKER SETUP menu (Fig. 7) was set to INDEPENDENT, as described on page 26, the settings for speaker size will also change to the preset values. The front-panel Video 5 Inputs K, Optical Digital 3 Input H or the Coaxial Digital 3 Input J may be used to connect a device such as a video game or camcorder to your home entertainment system on a temporary basis. As the input source is changed, the new input name will appear momentarily as an on-screen display in the lower third of the video display. The input name will also appear in the Upper Display Line ^ and in the front-panel Input Indicators $. When an audio source is selected, the last video input used remains routed to the Video 1/Video 2 Outputs and Video Monitor Outputs. This permits simultaneous viewing and listening to different sources. When a composite or S-Video source is selected, the video signal for that input will be routed to the Video Monitor Output and will be viewable on a TV monitor connected to the DPR 1005. 6-Channel/8-Channel Direct Input There are two input choices available for use with sources such as a DVD-Audio or SACD player that are connected to the 8-Channel Direct Inputs. Select the appropriate input for your system and source equipment:
Volume and Tone Control
Adjust the volume to a comfortable level using the front-panel Volume Control # or remote Volume Up/Down Buttons r. To temporarily silence all speaker outputs, press the Mute Button 33. This will interrupt the output to all speakers and the headphone jack, but it will not affect any recording or dubbing that may be in progress. When the system is muted, the word MUTE will flash in the on-screen display and Upper Display Line ^, press the Mute Buttons again to return to normal operation. 33 The units tone controls may be taken out of the signal path by pressing the Tone Mode Button on the front panel B or the remote V. The first press of either button will show a message in the on-screen display and Lower Display Line & with the current status of the tone controls. The system default is TONE IN, which indicates that the bass and treble controls are active. Press the / Navigation Button o on the remote or the / Button ! on the front panel to change the setting to TONE OUT, which is flat response without the tone controls being active. When the tone controls are active, the bass and treble boost/cut may be adjusted by first pressing the Tone Mode Button on the front panel B or the remote V until the desired setting (BASS MODE or TREBLE MODE) appears in the on-screen display and the Lower Display Line &. Next, use the / Navigation Button o on the remote or the / Button on the front panel ! to change the setting as desired. The unit will return to normal operation within five seconds after the setting is changed. For private listening, simply place a standard 1/4" stereo headphone plug or adaptor into the
SELECT A DEVICE TV
NOTE: The codes for both stand-alone and satellitebased hard-drive recorder products (PVR) such as TiVo and Replay TV are found regardless of their brand by selecting VCR as the device. 5. At the next menu screen on the remote (Figure 21), press the Set Button q to enter the Manual mode, which means that you will select the brand name of the device from the list programmed into the remotes memory.
PROGRAM DEVICE MANUAL
8. After you press and release the number key, watch the device being programmed to see whether it turns off. As shown in the instructions that will appear on the next menu screen (Figure 24), if your device has turned off, press the Set Button q, and then skip to Step 10. If the unit does not turn off, proceed to the next step.
POWER OFF? Y:SET N: NEXT# OR CLR
Programming Remote Codes
Thanks to the remotes advanced technology and two-line LCD display, it is no longer necessary to look up cumbersome codes when programming the remote; following the steps outlined below, you simply search for the brand name from the remotes memory. We recommend that you first try the preprogrammed code entry method. If that procedure is not successful, then try the code-learning method. Preprogrammed Code Entry The easiest way to program the remote for operation with a source device from another brand is to follow these steps: 1. Turn on the power to the device you wish to program into the DPR remote. This is important, as in a later step you will need to see whether the device turns off to determine whether the remote has been programmed for the proper remote codes. 2. Press and hold the Program Button y for about three seconds while the message shown in Figure 18 appears in the remotes LCD Information Display c. Release the button when the red light under the Set Button q appears.
HOLD PROG BUTTON FOR 3 SECONDS
6. The next menu screen on the remote (Figure 22) will show the start of the list of available brands. Press the / Navigation Buttons o until the brand name of the device you are programming into the remote appears on the lower line of the display and then press the Set Button q.
SELECT BRAND RCA
NOTE: If the brand name for the product you wish to program does not appear in the list, the codes may still be available, as some manufacturers share codes. If the desired brand is not listed, press the Clear Button j to exit the programming process, and skip to the instructions shown on page 42 for the Automatic method of programming the remote. If desired, or if the codes for your brand are not part of the remotes library at all, you may still use the remote to program most infrared-controlled products by learning the commands from the products original remote into the DPR remote. The instructions for Learning Commands are on page 42. 7. The next step is important, as it determines which codes will operate the source device or display. Point the DPR remote at the device being programmed and, following the instructions shown in the remotes LCD Information Display c, press and release the Numeric Keys k shown on the menu screen (Figure 23) one at a time, starting with the 1 button. After you press the 1 Button k, the remotes LCD screen will briefly go blank as the code is being transmitted, but you will see the transmit icon in the upper right corner of the display to serve as confirmation that the remote is sending out commands.
PROGRAM DEVICE AUTO
working even though you may not see anything happening to the device being programmed. 7. It will take a few seconds for the remote to send out the first group of commands, after which you will see a new display in the LCD screen, as shown in Figure 26. Following the instructions, if the device being programmed has not turned off, press the Navigation Button o again to send another group of codes. If the device being programmed has turned off, skip to Step 9.
POWER OFF? Y-> 1~0 N->
pressing and then releasing the button to see whether the new device turns back on. When it does, skip to the next step. However, if you try all 10 numeric keys and find that the unit will not turn on, you wont be able to use this method to program the device. Press the Clear Button j to exit the programming process. Youll need to follow the Learning Commands instructions below to enter the codes for this device into the DPR remote. 12. When pressing one of the numeric keys in Step 10 or 11 causes the device being programmed to turn back on, follow the instructions shown in Figure 26 and press the Set Button q within five seconds of the device turning on. After you press the Set button, the top line of the LCD display will read SAVING and then the word SAVED will flash four times in the center of the bottom line. 13. When the codes are saved, the remote will return to normal operation, and whenever you press the Input Selector Button d that was just programmed, the codes for the new device will be used.
8. By pressing the Navigation Button o again, the remote will send out a new set of commands. When it pauses, follow the instructions shown in Step 7. Depending on how many codes are stored for a specific device type, you may have to repeat this process as many as fifteen times. Remember, if the device turns off, skip to Step 9. When all the codes for the device being programmed have been tried, the instruction shown in Figure 27 will appear. This means that the codes for the product you are trying to program are not in the DPR remote library and you will have to learn them into the remote following the instructions shown in the next section. Press the Set Button q as instructed to exit the programming process.
REACH END POINT EXIT -> SET KEY
On occasions when the DPR remote does not contain the codes for a particular products remote in its builtin library, or when you wish to program a missing or special function into one button of a device, the DPR remotes learning capability allows you to do that. To teach commands from one products remote into the DPR remote, follow the steps below: The process requires that both the devices original remote and the DPR remote be available. Before pressing any buttons on either remote, place them so that the IR transmitter on the remote from the device to be programmed is facing the Infrared Lens k on the DPR remote. The two remotes should be no more than an inch apart, and there should not be any direct sunlight or other bright light source near the remotes. 1. Press and hold the Program Button y for about three seconds while the message shown in Figure 18 appears in the remotes LCD Information Display c. Release the button when the red light under the Set Button q appears. 2. The remotes MAIN MENU message (Figure 19), will appear in the LCD display and the Set Button q will remain illuminated in red. Press the Navigation Button o once so that LEARN appears on the bottom line of the LCD screen, as shown in Figure 29. Press the Set Button q to begin the process of learning
[AVR] [AVR] POWER ON
9. For our example, we first want the DPR Power On button pressed, followed by the TV Power On, followed by the Cable Box On, followed by the selection of the Logic 7 mode. To do that, press the buttons in this order: Power On 1 VID 2/TV 3 Power On 1 VID 3/Cable 3 Power On 1 DPR 4 Logic 7 h As each button is pressed to enter it into the macro, you will see the button names appear and then scroll up on the LCD display as your confirmation of the key entry (Figure 46).
4. The next display screen (Figure 50) is where you select the macro to be read. Press the / Navigation Button o until the name of the macro you wish to read appears. For this example, we will read back the Power On macro created in a previous section. When the name of the macro to be read appears, press the Set Button q.
READ A MACRO POWER ON
4. The next display screen (Figure 48) is where you select which macro will be erased. Press the / Navigation Button o until the number of the macro you wish to erase appears. For this example we will erase the Power On macro created in the previous section. When the name of the macro to be erased appears, press the Set Button q.
5. As soon as the Set button is pressed, the first two steps in the macro will be appear in the remotes LCD screen. You may then use the / Navigation Button o to step up or down through the list of commands stored as the macro. As you read the display, you will see Input Selector Buttons 3 appear in brackets, (e.g., [DPR]). When the step in the macro is a function, navigation or any other button, it will appear
next to the bracketed readout of the underlying device (e.g., [AVR] POWER ON). 6. When you are finished reviewing the macros contents, press the Set Button q to return the remote to normal operation.
Punch-through is a capability of the remote that allows the Volume controls, Channel Up/Down buttons or Transport keys (Play, Stop, Record, Fast Forward and Reverse, and Skip Up/Down) to link to a different device. For example, if your TV, cable box or satellite receiver is connected through the DPR 1005, you will most likely want to use the DPR 1005s volume control commands even when the remote has been set to issue all other commands for the video device. Punch-through enables you to easily program the remote to do this. Volume Punch-Through Follow these steps to enable the Volume Up/Down and Mute controls from one device to be used when the remote is otherwise programmed for a different device. NOTE FOR VOLUME PUNCH-THROUGH: The remotes default settings are for the DPR 1005s volume controls, to be used when any input or device is selected, with the exception of the VID 2/TV button. There is no need to program the remote for volume punch-through for the DPR 1005s controls with other sources, such as DVD. To have the DPR 1005s volume commands used when the TV device is selected, follow these steps: 1. Press and hold the Program Button O for about three seconds while the message shown in Figure 18 appears in the remotes LCD Information Display 2. Release the button when the red light under the Set Button q appears. 2. The remotes MAIN MENU message (Figure 19), will appear in the LCD display and the Set Button q will remain illuminated in red. Press the / Navigation Button o until PUNCH-THROUGH appears on the bottom line of the LCD screen, as shown in Figure 51. Press the Set Button q to enter the main punch-through menu branch.
MAIN MENU SET SPKR LEVELS
7. Once the punch-through is programmed, the Channel Up/Down Buttons of the second device named will be used when those buttons Y are pressed while the master device is in use. Returning the Channel Control Settings to Default Operation If you wish to remove the Channel Punch-Through so that the commands for Channel Up/Down are returned to the factory default setting, follow the steps shown above, except that in Steps 4 and 5, select the same device for both the DEVICE IN USE on the left side of the bottom line and the PUNCHTHROUGH device. In the example used, the display to return the remote to default settings will appear as shown in Figure 61.
4. The next display screen (Figure 63) is where you select the device that will receive the punchthrough commands. In our example, that is the TV button, as that is where we want the VCRs transport controls to be active. Press the / Navigation Button o until the name of the base device appears and then press the Set Button q.
Transport Punch-Through The Play Z, Stop J, Fast Forward/Reverse I, Pause J, Record J and Skip Up/Down K Transport Controls are set at the factory to operate your DVD player, or the controls of a specific device such as a VCR or CD player when they are selected. However, by using the Transport PunchThrough feature you may program these controls to transmit the commands for a different device. For example, you may wish to operate the transport of a VCR connected to the VID 1/VCR input as the default, rather than the button for a DVD player, as shown in the following example. 1. Press and hold the Program Button O for about three seconds while the message shown in Figure 18 appears in the remotes LCD Information Display 2. Release the button
5. At the next display screen (Figure 64), you will select the device whose transport commands will be used. Press the / Navigation Button o until the desired device name appears to the right of the device in use. In our example, that is the VCR. When the desired combination of devices appears, press the Set Button q.
6. When the Set button is pressed, the display will change to show you that the new combination of control commands is being saved to the units memory, as shown in Figure 65. The word SAVED will flash four times and then the remote will return to normal operation.
TV<-VCR [TRS] SAVED
7. Once the punch-through is programmed, the transport buttons of the second device named
3. At the next menu screen (Figure 68) press the / Navigation Buttons o once so that EZSET DISABLE appears in the lower line of the LCD display.
SET SPKR LEVELS E ZS ET D I S A B L E
q will remain illuminated in red. Press the / Navigation Button o until RENAME appears on the bottom line of the LCD screen, as shown in Figure 69.
MAIN MENU RENAME
by the new button will appear. Following our example, the next letter needed is a D, so you would press the 3 button once. b. To enter a letter that uses the same numeric key, you must first press the Navigation Button o to move the blinking cursor block to the next position. Then press the Numeric Key A as required to enter the desired letter. c. To enter a blank space, press the Navigation Button o twice. The first press will move the cursor to the right, and the second press will move the cursor one more space to the right, leaving a blank space between the last letter and the next one. 8. Repeat Step 7 as needed to enter all the needed letters, numbers, characters and spaces. 9. When the text entry is complete, press the Set Button q. The LCD display will blink DEVICE RENAMED three times and then return to normal operation. Once a device is renamed you will see the new name on the top line of the remotes LCD display whenever the Input//Device Selector 3 is pressed, or when any other command/function button on the remote is pressed after the main Device Selector is pressed. Note that renaming a device in the remote will not change the name of the input used by the on-screen menu system of the DPR 1005. NOTES ON RENAMING DEVICES: To move the cursor to the right or left of the display during the renaming process, press the / Navigation Buttons o as required. The table below shows the letters, numbers and characters that may be accessed by pressing the Numeric Keys: Key Characters Key Characters 1 [,],/,M,N,O,6 A,B,C,P,Q,R,S,3 D,E,F,T,U,V,G,H,I,W,X,Y,Z,J,K,L,-,.,#,0 Renaming a device changes the name of the device only, not any of the individual key functions within that device memory. To change the name of an individual device, follow the instructions in the next section.
4. Within five seconds, press the Set Button q to disable the SPL Select Button i. Once the Set Button q is pressed the word EXITING will flash four times in the lower line of the LCD display and then it will return to normal operation. Once these steps are completed, when the SPL Select Button i is pressed the remote will show EZSET DISABLE and it will not be activated. To restore the EzSet feature to normal operation, repeat the procedure outlined above, except that in Step 3 you should press the / Navigation Button o so that EZSET ENABLE appears in the lower line of the LCD display. When that display appears, press the Set Button q and the EzSet feature will be reactivated. You may then press the Clear Button 9 to exit the remotes menu system and return to normal operation or press the Set Button q again to immediately use the EzSet feature to calibrate the system as shown on pages 27 and 28.
3. At the next menu screen press the / Navigation Button o until RENAME DEVICE appears on the bottom line of the LCD screen, as shown in Figure 70. Press the Set Button q to begin renaming a device.
RENAME RENAME DEVICE
4. The next display screen (Figure 71) is where you select the device that will be renamed. In our example, that is the TV button. Press the / Navigation Button o until the name of the base device appears and then press the Set Button q.
RENAME DEVICE TV
While the names given to the buttons and inputs on the remote represent recognizable categories of audio/video products, system operation may be easier if the displays shown in the remotes LCD screen are customized to reflect the specific characteristics of a playback sources brand name or the new function given to a specific button when one remotes controls are programmed into the DPR remote. The DPR remote allows you to change the name of either a master device or any button on the remote using the following steps. Renaming a Device To rename a specific device/input source button, follow these steps. For this example, we will show you how to rename the Device/Input Selector normally shown as TV to HDTV TUNER. 1. Press and hold the Program Button O for about three seconds while the message shown in Figure 16 appears in the remotes LCD Information Display 2. Release the button when the red light under the Set Button q appears. 2. The remotes MAIN MENU message (Figure 17), will appear in the LCD display and the Set Button
5. At the next menu screen you will see the device name on the bottom line of the display with a blinking cursor box to the right of the device name. Press the Navigation Button o to return the blinking cursor to the far left side of the display line. You may then retitle the device name as shown in the next step. 6. To enter the new name, press the Numeric Keys A. The letters above the numbered buttons indicate which letter or symbol will appear when the button is pressed during the renaming process. The first press of the button will enter the first letter shown, subsequent presses of the same button will change the display to the other letters above that numbered key. For example, since the first letter we need to rename the input to HDTV Tuner is an H, you would locate the H above the 4 button, and press the button twice. The first press shows a G, the second press changes it to an H. Consult the table at the end of this section to see which characters pressing a particular button generates. 7. After you enter the first letter of the new device name, there are three options for entering the next character: a. To enter a letter that requires a different numeric key to be pressed, simply press that button. The cursor will automatically move to the next position and the first letter accessed
REMOTE RESET COMPLETE
The remote has a built-in backlight that may be activated by pressing the Light Button P. This button is made from a special glow material so that it is easier to find in dark rooms. This glow feature does not consume any electricity, but the glow will fade when the remote is kept in a dark location for an extended period of time. The glow feature may be restored by placing the remote in normal room light for a few hours. The remotes backlight will remain lit for approximately five seconds after the Light Button P is pressed, and it will stay lit for another five seconds if any key is pressed while the backlight is on. You may keep the backlight lit by holding the Light Button, but extensive use of the backlight will reduce battery life.
SYMPTOM Unit does not function when Main Power Switch is pushed Display lights, but no sound or picture CAUSE No AC Power SOLUTION Make certain that the AC power cord is plugged into a live outlet Check to see whether the outlet is switch-controlled Make certain that all input and speaker connections are secure Press Mute Button 33 Turn up the volume control Follow the instructions in the Display Brightness section on page 37 so that the display is set to VFD FULL Check speaker wire connections for shorts at receiver and speaker ends Contact your local Harman Kardon service center
Intermittent input connections Mute is on Volume control is down Display brightness is turned off
Unit turns on, but front-panel display does not light up No sound from any speaker; light around power switch is red
Amplifier is in protection mode due to possible short Amplifier is in protection mode due to internal problems Incorrect surround mode Input is monaural Incorrect configuration Stereo or Mono program material
No sound from surround or center speakers
Select a mode other than Stereo There is no surround information from mono sources Check speaker mode configuration The surround decoder may not create center- or rear-channel information from nonencoded programs Change remote batteries Press the DPR selector Make certain that the front-panel sensor is visible to the remote, or connect remote sensor Move the unit or antenna away from computers, fluorescent lights, motors or other electrical appliances Wait a second or two for the units processor to recognize the new data stream and automatically resume playback Resume DVD playback.
5201720kHz 45dB Loop 500V 1kHz, 50% Mod 0.8% 10kHz, 30dB
NTSC 1Vp-p/75 ohms 1Vp-p/75 ohms 10Hz8MHz (3dB) 10Hz50MHz (3dB)
Surround System Adjacent Channel Separation Pro Logic I/II/IIx 40dB Dolby Digital DTS Transient Intermodulation Distortion (TIM) FM Tuner Section Frequency Range Usable Sensitivity Signal-to-Noise Ratio Distortion Stereo Separation Selectivity Image Rejection IF Rejection 55dB 55dB Unmeasurable
87.5108.0MHz IHF 1.3V/13.2dBf Mono/Stereo 70/68dB Mono/Stereo 0.2/0.3% 40dB @ 1kHz 400kHz, 70dB 80dB 90dB
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, Power for the Digital Revolution and Logic 7 are registered trademarks of Harman International Industries, Incorporated.
is a trademark of Harman International Industries, Incorporated (patent no. 5,386,478).
* Trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. DTS, DTS Surround, DTS-ES and DTS Neo:6 are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. VMAx is a registered trademark of Harman International Industries, Incorporated, and is an implementation of Cooper Bauck Transaural Stereo under patent license. HDCD system manufactured under license from Pacific Microsonics, Inc. This product is covered by one or more of the following: in the USA: 5,479,168; 5,638,074; 5,640,161; 5,808,574; 5,838,274; 5,854,600; 5,864,311; 5,872,531; and in Australia: 669114. Other patents pending. A-BUS and A-BUS Ready are registered trademarks of Leisure Tech Electronics Pty Ltd Australia. TiVo is a registered trademark of TiVo, Inc. Replay TV is a registered trademark of Digital Networks North America, Inc.
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DPR 1005 QUICK-START GUIDE
Thank you for purchasing a Harman Kardon DPR 1005. This Quick-Start Guide will help you with a basic system installation. For detailed information on any step, please refer to the Owners Manual pages referenced in this guide. We strongly recommend that you read the Owners Manual for complete details on how to install, configure and operate the DPR 1005, as well as for the important safety information it contains.
FRONT LEFT SPEAKER
CENTER SPEAKER (Green)
FRONT RIGHT SPEAKER
Figure 1 Speaker Placement
The colors shown for each speaker correspond to the matching output terminal connection on the back of the DPR 1005 (see page 8).
(White) SURROUND RIGHT SPEAKER
Connection Color Guide Audio Connections Front Center Surround Subwoofer Surround Back Digital Audio Connections Coaxial Optical Video Connections Composite S-Video
Match the colored jacks on the DPR 1005 to the appropriate jacks on your source equipment or speakers. The colors are standardized, but not all equipment or connectors use them.
(Blue) SURROUND BACK LEFT SPEAKER (Brown)
SURROUND LEFT SPEAKER SURROUND BACK RIGHT SPEAKER (Tan)
Step 1. Place your speakers in the listening room (see page 19).
SURROUND BACK RIGHT SPEAKER
SURROUND BACK LEFT SPEAKER
SURROUND RIGHT SPEAKER
SURROUND LEFT SPEAKER
Figure 2 Speaker Connections
Step 2. Connect the speakers to the receiver: red (+) on speaker to colored (+) on receiver and black () to black () (see page 16). Step 3. Connect the Subwoofer Pre-Out jack to the Line-In jack on your subwoofer. You may adjust the settings on the subwoofer later as needed (see page 16).
Figure 3 How to Use the Binding-Post Speaker Terminal
FM Antenna L R
CD PLAYER Optical Coax
Figure 4 Audio Connections
Dashed lines ( ) indicate coaxial and optical digital audio connections. Choose either type (but not both) for each digital audio source.
Step 4. Connect AM and FM antennas (Fig. 4) (see page 16). Step 5. Connect source components, as shown in Figures 4 and 5, and the Device Connection Options chart on the back of this guide (see pages 1617). AUDIO connections: Right channel (red) on source to right (red) on DPR, and left channel (white) on source to left (white) on DPR. DIGITAL AUDIO connections, if available: Choose either coaxial (orange) to coaxial (orange) OR optical to optical for each device. The Coaxial 1 input defaults to the DVD player, and the Optical 1 input defaults to the Video 3 source; however, they may be reassigned. Assign the other digital inputs and outputs as appropriate for your equipment (see Step 7). VIDEO connections: Choose component (Y/Pb/Pr green/blue/
red), composite (yellow) or S-Video (4-pin) for each video source. The Component Video 1 inputs default to the DVD player, but may be reassigned. Connect the component, composite and S-Video Monitor outputs to your Video Monitor (TV). Switch your TV sets input to match the type of video used for the currently selected source. Step 6. Plug all components into AC power outlets. The outlets on the back of the DPR 1005 should be used only for low-current products, such as CD or DVD players, and the total should not exceed 100 watts. Basic Receiver Configuration Step 7. Select digital inputs: If your DVD is connected to Coaxial 1, no adjustment is needed. For any other digital-device connections, use the front-panel Digital Select button and the arrow buttons to select an optical or coaxial digital input (see pages 21 and 33).
Step 8. Configure speakers: No action is needed if you have five small satellite-type speakers and a subwoofer. Otherwise, press the Speaker button and then the Set and arrow buttons to select the correct speaker choices for your system (see pages 2426). Step 9. Set the Output Levels with EzSet: Set the Volume to 15dB. Sit in the listening position and hold the remote in front of you at shoulder level, pointing it at the DPR. Press the EzSet button on the remote, and then the Set button when it lights red. Following the instructions in the remotes LCD display, press the button on the remote until the display shows the number of speakers in your system and then press the Set button again. Hold the remote steady until the LCD display flashes a COMPLETE message (see page 27). Step 10. Your system is configured sit back and enjoy!
SPEAKER AND AUDIO CONNECTIONS
TV or Video Display
Video In S-Video Component Video
Y Pb Pr
Satellite Receiver (Video 4)
L Out R Video S-Video Component Video Y Pb Optical Coax Pr L
Cable Box(Video 3)
Out R Video S-Video L In/Rec
VCR (Video 1)
Out/Play Optical Coax
Component Video L R Video S-Video
Figure 5 Video Connections
Dashed lines ( ) indicate coaxial and optical digital audio connections. Choose either type (but not both) for each digital audio source. Dotted lines () indicate component, composite or S-Video connections. Component video is the preferred connection when available, but you may use any of the three types (but not more than one). When component, composite and S-Video sources are connected to the DPR you must also connect all outputs from the DPR to your TV.
Device Connection Options: Recommended connections are shown in red, but connections may be made to best fit your system requirements. The Video 5, Coaxial 3 and Optical 3 inputs are on the front panel of the receiver. Device
CD Player DVD Player VCR Cable Box Satellite Receiver Audio Recorder TV or Video Display
CD DVD Video 1 Video 3 Video 4 Tape Not applicable
Audio Input Connections
CD L/R Inputs, Optical Digital 1 or 2, or Coaxial Digital 1 or 2 Coaxial Digital 1 or 2, Optical Digital 1 or 2, or DVD L/R Inputs Video 1 L/R Inputs Video 3 L/R Inputs, Optical Digital 1 or Coaxial Digital 3* Inputs Video 4 L/R Inputs, Optical Digital 3* or Coaxial Digital 3* Inputs Tape L/R Inputs, Optical Digital 1/2** or Coaxial Digital 1/2** Inputs Not required
Audio Output Connections
Not required Not required Video 1 L/R Outputs Not required Not required Tape L/R Outputs, Digital Optical** or Coaxial Outputs** Not required
Not required Component V1, DVD Composite or S-Video Video 1 Composite or S-Video Input and Output Component V2, Video 3 Composite or S-Video Component V2, Video 4 Composite or S-Video Not required Monitor-Out Component, Composite and/or S-Video
* Check with your cable or satellite company to determine whether digital audio is available for all channels. It may be necessary to make BOTH analog and digital connections if it is not. ** Digital audio recorders only.
Power for the Digital Revolution.
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