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Table of Contents
Parts Identification.. 2 Getting Started.. 4
Before Installation... 4 Checking the Supplied Accessories.. 4 Putting Batteries in the Remote Control. 4 Connecting the FM and AM Antennas.. 4 Connecting the Speakers and Subwoofer.. 5 Connecting Audio/Video Components.. Analog Connections... Digital Connections... 8 Connecting the Power Cord.. 8
Adjusting Sound.. 21
Basic Adjustment Items.. 21 Basic Procedure.. Adjusting the Equalization Patterns.. Adjusting the Speaker Output Levels.. Adjusting the Sound Parameters for the Surround and DSP Modes... 22
Using the Surround Modes. 23
Reproducing Theater Ambience.. 23 Introducing the Surround Modes.. 23 Activating the Surround Modes.. Auto Surround Function.. Activating the Surround Modes Manually.. 25
Basic Operations... 9
Daily Operational Procedure.. 9 Turning On the Power... 9 Selecting the Source to Play.. 9 Adjusting the Volume... 10 Turning On and Off the Subwoofer Sound.. 11 Selecting the Analog or Digital Input Mode.. 11 Changing the Display Brightness.. 12 Attenuating the Input Signal.. 12 Changing the Source Name.. 12 Muting the Sound... 13 Using the Sleep Timer.. 13
Using the DSP Modes.. 26
Reproducing the Sound Field... 26 Introducing the DSP Modes... 26 Activating the DSP Modes.. 27
COMPU LINK Remote Control System. 28 Operating JVCs Audio/Video Components. 29
Operating Audio Components.. 29 Operating Video Components.. 30
Receiving Radio Broadcasts. 14
Tuning in to Stations Manually.. 14 Using Preset Tuning... 14 Selecting the FM Reception Mode.. 15
Operating Other Manufacturers Video Equipment.. 31 Troubleshooting... 33 Specifications.. 34
Basic Settings.. 16
Quick Speaker Setup... 16 Basic Setting Items.. 17 Basic Procedure.. Setting the Speakers... Setting the Speaker Distance.. Setting the Bass Sounds.. Selecting the Main or Sub Channel.. Setting for Effective Surround Operations.. Setting the Digital Input Terminals.. 20
This mark indicates that ONLY the remote control CAN be used for the operation explained.
This mark indicates that the remote control CANNOT be used for the operation explained. Use the buttons and controls on the front panel.
RX6030V AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
DUALMONO 3D - PHONIC VIRTUAL SB
H.PHONE PRO LOGIC DSP DIGITAL EQ
TUNED STEREO AUTO MUTING SLEEP INPUT ATT
QUICK SPEAKER SETUP PUSH SET
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See pages in parentheses for details. 7 STANDBY/ON button and STANDBY lamp (9) SURROUND/DSP OFF button (25, 27) DSP button (26, 27) SURROUND button (25) Remote sensor Display (For details, see Display below.) Source selection buttons (9, 12) AUX, DVD, VCR, TV SOUND, CD, TAPE/CDR (SOURCE NAME), FM, AM 8 INPUT ANALOG button (12) INPUT ATT button (12) 9 INPUT DIGITAL button (11) p DIMMER button (12)
MASTER VOLUME control (10) PHONES jack (11) AUX input jacks (7) SPEAKERS ON/OFF button (11) SUBWOOFER OUT ON/OFF button (11) FM/AM TUNING 5/ buttons (14) FM/AM PRESET 5/ buttons (14) FM MODE button (15) MEMORY button (14) SETTING button (17) QUICK SPEAKER SETUP button (16) MULTI JOG (PUSH SET) dial (16, 17, 21) EXIT button (17, 21) ADJUST button (21)
See pages in parentheses for details. 9
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STEREO indicator (14) INPUT ATT indicator (12) AUTO MUTING indicator (15) SLEEP indicator (13) VOLUME indicator (9, 10) Digital signal format indicators (11) Speaker indicators and signal indicators (10) CH indicator (14) Main display
ANALOG indicator (12) DUAL MONO indicator (24) H.PHONE indicator (11, 24, 26) 3D-PHONIC indicator (24, 26, 27) VIRTUAL SB indicator (20) PRO LOGIC II indicator (23, 25, 26) DSP indicator (24, 26, 27) DIGITAL EQ indicator (22) TUNED indicator (14)
See pages in parentheses for details.
A/V CONTROL RECEIVER FRONT L FRONT R
SURR R VCR
REW REC PAUSE FF CD-DISC
TAPE/CDR CD DVD AUX ANALOG/ DIGITAL
FM/AM TV SOUND VCR
FM MODE SURROUND
OFF DIMMER TV/VIDEO MUTING
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VCR CH TV/CATV CH TV VOLUME
1 TV/CATV selector (31) 2 Number buttons for selecting preset channels (15, 29) Number buttons for sound adjustment (22, 29) Number buttons for operating audio/video components (29 32) 3 SOUND button (22, 29) 4 REC PAUSE button (30, 32) 5 Source selection buttons (9, 10) TAPE/CDR, CD, DVD, AUX, FM/AM, TV SOUND, VCR 6 FM MODE button (15, 29) 7 SURROUND button (25, 29) 8 DIMMER button (12, 29) 9 TV/VIDEO button (30, 31) 0 VCR CH +/ buttons (30, 32) - TV/CATV CH +/ buttons (30, 31) buttons (9, 29 32) = STANDBY/ON AUDIO, TV/CATV, VCR, DVD ~ SLEEP button (13, 29) ! Operating buttons for audio/video components 3, 8, 7, /4, FF/REW (29, 30, 32) @ CD-DISC button (30) # ANALOG/DIGITAL button (11, 12, 29) $ SURROUND/DSP OFF button (25, 27, 29) % DSP button (26 27, 29) ^ MUTING button (13, 29) & VOLUME +/ button (10, 29) * TV VOLUME +/ buttons (30, 31)
When you press the one of the audio source selection buttons TAPE/CDR, CD, and FM/AMon the remote control, the receiver automatically turns on.
CD IN OUT (REC) TAPE /CDR IN (PLAY) OUT (REC) VCR IN (PLAY)
COMPU LINK-4 (SYNCHRO)
DIGITAL 2(CD) DIGITAL IN
DVD IN AUDIO
DVD IN OUT (REC) VCR IN (PLAY) ANTENNA
TV SOUND IN
CAUTION:SPEAKER IMPEDANCE 8 16
See pages in parentheses for details. 1 DIGITAL IN terminals (8) Coaxial: DIGITAL 1 (DVD) Optical: DIGITAL 2 (CD) 2 AUDIO input/output jacks (6, 7) Input: CD IN, TAPE/CDR IN (PLAY), VCR IN (PLAY), TV SOUND IN, DVD IN Output: TAPE/CDR OUT (REC), VCR OUT (REC), SUBWOOFER OUT
3 VIDEO input/output jacks (7) Input: DVD IN, VCR IN (PLAY) Output: MONITOR OUT, VCR OUT (REC) 4 COMPU LINK-4 (SYNCHRO) jacks (28) 5 ANTENNA terminals (4, 5) 6 CENTER SPEAKER terminals (5) 7 SURROUND SPEAKERS terminals (5) 8 FRONT SPEAKERS terminals (5) 9 AC power cord (8)
Do not connect the AC power cord until all other connections have been made.
This section explains how to connect audio/video components and speakers to the receiver, and how to connect the power supply.
Be sure your hands are dry. Turn the power off to all components. Read the manuals supplied with the components you are going to connect.
Supplied batteries are for the initial setup. Replace for continued use. After replacing the batteries, set the manufacturers codes again (see pages 31 and 32).
CAUTION: Follow these precautions to avoid leaking or cracking cells: Place batteries in the remote control so they match the polarity: (+) to (+) and () to (). Use the correct type of batteries. Batteries that look similar may differ in voltage. Always replace both batteries at the same time. Do not expose batteries to heat or flame.
Install the receiver in a location that is level and protected from moisture and dust. The temperature around the receiver must be between 5C and 35C (23F and 95F). Make sure there is good ventilation around the receiver. Poor ventilation could cause overheating and damage the receiver.
Handling the receiver
Do not insert any metal object into the receiver. Do not disassemble the receiver or remove screws, covers, or cabinet. Do not expose the receiver to rain or moisture.
Connecting the FM and AM Antennas
FM antenna connections
Checking the Supplied Accessories
Check to be sure you have all of the following items, which are supplied with the receiver. The number in the parentheses indicates quantity of the pieces supplied. Remote Control (1) Batteries (2) AM Loop Antenna (1) FM Antenna (1)
AM EX T AMP O LO
A AN TE
Extend the supplied FM antenna horizontally.
If anything is missing, contact your dealer immediately. FM Antenna (supplied)
Putting Batteries in the Remote Control
Before using the remote control, insert the two supplied batteries first.
AM EXT AM LOOP
Outdoor FM Antenna Cable (not supplied)
Connect the supplied FM antenna as temporary measure to the FM 75 COAXIAL terminalA
1 Press and slide the battery cover on the back of the remote control. 2 Insert the batteries.
Make sure to match the polarity: (+) to (+) and () to ().
If reception is poor, connect the outdoor FM antenna (not supplied)B 1 Disconnect the supplied FM antenna. 2 Connect a 75 coaxial cable (with the standard type connector).
3 Replace the cover.
If the remote control cannot transmit signals or operate the receiver correctly, replace the batteries. Use two R6(SUM-3)/AA(15F) type dry-cell batteries.
AM antenna connections
Connecting the Speakers and Subwoofer
You can connect five speakers (a pair of front speakers, a center speaker, and a pair of surround speakers) and a subwoofer. AM Loop Antenna (supplied) CAUTIONS: Use only the speakers of the SPEAKER IMPEDANCE indicated by the speaker terminals. Do not connect more than one speaker to each speaker terminal.
Snap the tabs on the loop into the slots of the base to assemble the AM loop antenna.
Connecting the speakers
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Twist and remove the insulation at the end of each speaker cord. 2 Press and hold the clamp of the speaker terminal. 3 Insert the speaker cord. 4 Release the finger from the clamp.
For each speaker (except for a subwoofer), connect the (+) and () terminals on the rear panel to the (+) and () terminals marked on the speakers.
Outdoor single vinyl-covered wire (not supplied) Turn the loop until you have the best reception.
If the AM loop antenna wire is covered with vinyl, remove the vinyl by twisting it as illustrated. Make sure the antenna conductors do not touch any other terminals, connecting cords and power cord. This could cause poor reception. If reception is poor, connect an outdoor single vinyl-covered wire (not supplied) to the AM EXT terminal. (Keep the AM loop antenna connected.)
TER CEN KER EA SP
NT FRO ERS K PEA LEFT ND S OU S RIGHT RR SU EAKERT SP LEF
CE AN PED R IM AKE PE N:S TIO CAU
To left front speaker
To center speaker To right front speaker To right surround speaker
To left surround speaker
Connecting the subwoofer
You can enhance the bass by connecting a subwoofer. Connect the input jack of a powered subwoofer to the rear panel, using a cable with RCA pin plugs (not supplied).
Connecting Audio/Video Components
When connecting individual components, refer also to the manuals supplied with them.
Audio component connections Use the cables with RCA pin plugs (not supplied). Connect the white plug to the audio left jack, and the red plug to the audio right jack.
If your audio components have a COMPU LINK jack See also page 28 for detailed information about the connection and the COMPU LINK remote control system.
CAUTION: Powered subwoofer If you connect a sound-enhancing device such as a graphic equalizer between the source components and this receiver, the sound output through this receiver may be distorted.
Front speakers (L/R) and center speaker (C) Place these speakers at the same height from the floor, at or near ear level. Array across the front of the viewing area. Surround speakers (LS/RS) Place these speakers alongside and slightly to the rear of (but not behind) the listening position; well above ear level (60 cm (2 ft) to 90 cm (3 ft) higher). Point these speakers directly across the listening area, but not at the listeners ears. Subwoofer (S.WFR) You can place it wherever you like since bass sound is nondirectional. Normally place it in front of you. CD player
Adjusting the Volume
On the front panel: To increase the volume, turn MASTER VOLUME clockwise. To decrease the volume, turn it counterclockwise. On the remote control: To increase the volume, press VOLUME +. To decrease the volume, press VOLUME.
CAUTION: Always set the volume to the minimum before starting any sources. If the volume is set at its high level, the sudden blast of sound energy can permanently damage your hearing and/ or ruin your speakers.
How to understand the speaker and signal indicator illumination
Ex. No sound comes out of the center speaker and surround speakers though center channel and surround channel signals are coming into this receiver.
The volume level can be adjusted within the range of 0 (minimum) to 50 (maximum).
Listening with headphones: Remote NOT You can enjoy not only stereo software but also multichannel software through the headphones. (Sounds are down-mixed to the front channels while playing multi-channel software.)
1 Press SPEAKERS ON/OFF to deactivate the speakers. HEADPHONE appears for a while, and the H.PHONE indicator lights on the display. If the Surround or DSP mode has been activated, 3D H PHONE appears for a while (and the DSP indicator also lights up on the display)3D Headphone Mode (3D H PHONE). For details, see pages 24 and 26. 2 Connect the headphones to the PHONES jack on the front panel. If you do not deactivate the speakers, no sound comes out of the headphones. After using the headphones, disconnect the headphones, then press SPEAKERS ON/OFF again to activate the speakers. CAUTION: Be sure to turn down the volume. Before connecting or putting on headphones, as its high volume can damage both the headphones and your hearing. Before turning on speakers again, as its high volume may come out of the speakers.
Selecting the Analog or Digital Input Mode
When you have connected digital source components using the both analog and digital terminals (see pages 6 to 8), you can select the input modeeither digital or analogfor these components.
Before you start, remember. The digital input terminal setting should be correctly done for the sources you want to select the digital input mode (see Setting the Digital Input Terminals on page 20).
1 Press one of the source selection buttons (DVD, TV SOUND, CD, TAPE/CDR*) for which you want to change the input mode.
* If TAPE is selected as the source, digital input mode is not available. To change the source name, see Changing the Source Name on page 12.
2 Press INPUT DIGITAL to select DIGITAL AUTO.
The DIGITAL AUTO indicator lights up on the display. When using the remote control, press ANALOG/DIGITAL repeatedly to select DIGITAL AUTO.
Turning On and Off the Subwoofer Sound
Press and hold INPUT ATT (INPUT ANALOG) so that the INPUT ATT indicator lights up on the display. Each time you press and hold the button, the input attenuator mode turns on (INPUT ATT ON) and off (INPUT NORMAL).
When using the remote control, press ANALOG/DIGITAL repeatedly to select DOLBY DIGITAL or DTS SURROUND. Each time you press ANALOG/DIGITAL on the remote control, the input mode changes as follows: DIGITAL AUTO=DOLBY DIGITAL=DTS SURROUND =ANALOG=(back to the beginning) When DOLBY DIGITAL or DTS SURROUND is selected, the DIGITAL AUTO indicator goes off, and the corresponding digital signal format indicator lights up on the display. If the incoming signal does not match the selected digital signal format, the indicator of the selected signal format will flash.
Changing the Source Name
When you have connected a CD recorder to the TAPE/CDR jacks on the rear panel, change the source name which will be shown on the display.
When you turn off the power or select another source, DOLBY DIGITAL and DTS SURROUND settings are canceled and the digital input mode is automatically reset to DIGITAL AUTO.
To select the analog input mode Press INPUT ANALOG (or ANALOG/DIGITAL on the remote control repeatedly until ANALOG appears on the display). The ANALOG indicator lights up.
When changing the source name from TAPE to CDR: 1 Press TAPE/CDR (SOURCE NAME). Make sure TAPE appears on the display. 2 Press and hold SOURCE NAME (TAPE/CDR) until ASSIGN CDR appears on the display.
Changing the Display Brightness
You can dim the display.
To change the source name back to TAPE, repeat the same procedure above.
Without changing the source name, you can still use the connected components. However, there may be some inconvenience. TAPE will appear on the display when you select the CD recorder. You cannot use the digital input (see page 11) for the CD recorder.
Press DIMMER. Each time you press the button, the display dims and brightens alternately.
The following basic operations are possible only using the remote control.
Recording a source
You can record any sources playing through the receiver to a cassette deck (or a CD recorder) connected to the TAPE/CDR jacks and the VCR connected to the VCR jacks at the same time. While recording, you can listen to the selected sound source at whatever sound level you like without affecting the sound levels of the recording.
Using the Sleep Timer
The output volume level, Midnight Mode (see page 19), Equalization patterns (see page 22), Surround modes and DSP modes (see pages 23 to 26) cannot affect the recording.
Basic adjustment auto memory
1 Press QUICK SPEAKER SETUP.
SPK= and the initial speaker channel number appear.
2 Turn MULTI JOG to select an appropriate number of the connected speakers (speaker channel number).
As you turn the jog, the speaker channel number changes as follows. For the details of speaker channel number, see Speaker channel number and speaker size.
4.0CH 4.1CH 5.0CH 5.1CH
Room size and speaker distance/output level According to the selected room size, speaker distance and speaker output level for each activated speaker is set as follows:
Room size L (Large) Speaker L/R C LS/RS M (Medium) L/R C LS/RS S (Small) L/R C LS/RS Distance 3.0 m (10 ft) 3.0 m (10 ft) 3.0 m (10 ft) 2.7 m (9 ft) 2.4 m (8 ft) 2.1 m (7 ft) 2.4 m (8 ft) 2.1 m (7 ft) 1.5 m (5 ft) Output level 0 dB 0 dB 0 dB 0 dB 2 dB 3 dB 0 dB 2 dB 4 dB
5.0CH 5.1CH 2.0CH 2.1CH 3.0CH 3.1CH 4.0CH 4.1CH (Back to the beginning)
3 Press in MULTI JOG (PUSH SET).
ROOM SIZE= and the initial room size setting appear.
4 Turn MULTI JOG to select an appropriate room size to match to your listening room.
As you turn the jog, the room size changes as follows. To select your appropriate room size, see Room size and speaker distance/output level.
In the tables above, L stands for the left front speaker, R for the right front speaker, C for the center speaker, LS for the left surround speaker, RS for the right surround speaker, and S.WFR for the subwoofer. Once Quick Speaker Setup is performed, the speaker output levels are also set to appropriate values automatically (common to all sources). If you want to set the speaker output levels separately for each source, see Adjusting the Speaker Output Levels on page 22.
S (Small) M (Medium)
Basic Setting Items
On the following pages, you can adjust the following items: You can only select the items currently available. For details, see the explanation of each item. Items SUBWOOFER* CNTR SPEAKER* DISTANCE UNIT FRONT L DIST* FRONT R DIST* CENTER DIST* SURR L DIST* To do Register your subwoofer. Register your center speaker size. Select the measuring unit for the speaker distance. Register the distance from the left front speaker to your listening point. See page 18 18
FRNT SPEAKERS* Register your front speaker size. SURR SPEAKERS* Register your surround speaker size.
Before you start, remember. There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If the setting is canceled before you finish, start from step 1 again. Ex. When setting Virtual Surround Back to VRTL SB ON.
1 Press SETTING.
The last selected item appears on the display.
Register the distance from the right front speaker to your listening point. 18 Register the distance from the center speaker to your listening point. Register the distance from the left surround speaker to your listening point. Register the distance from the right surround speaker to your listening point. 18
What is Linear PCM? Uncompressed digital audio data used for DVDs, CDs and Video CDs. DVDs support 2 channels with sampling rates of 48/96 kHz, at quantization of 16/20/24 bits. On the other hand, CDs and Video CDs are limited to 2 channels with 44.1 kHz at 16 bits. When Linear PCM signal is detected, the indicator lights up. What is Dual Mono? Dual Mono can be easily understood when you think of the bilingual broadcast or the MTS (Multichannel Television Sound) format used for TV programs (however, the Dual Mono format is not identical with those analog formats). This format is now adopted in Dolby Digital, DTS, and so on. It allows two independent channels (called main channel and subchannel) to be recorded separately. indicator When Dual Mono signal is detected, the lights up. You can select either channel you want to listen to (see page 19).
In recent years, there has been increasing interest in higher sampling rates both for recording and for reproducing at home. Higher sampling rates allow wider frequency range and greater bit depths provide extended dynamic range. DTS 96/24 is a multi-channel digital signal format (fs 96 kHz/24 bits) introduced by Digital Theater Systems, Inc. to deliver betterthan-CD sound quality into the home. indicator When DTS 96/24 signal is detected, the lights up. You can enjoy its 5.1-channel sound with full-quality.
When using the Surround mode, the sounds come out of the activated speakers which the Surround mode requires. If either the surround speakers or center speaker is set to NONE in the speaker setting, the corresponding channel signals are allocated to and emitted through the front speakers. If both the surround speakers and center speaker are set to NONE in the speaker setting, JVCs original 3D-PHONIC processing (which has been developed to create the surround effect through the front speakers only) is used. The 3D-PHONIC indicator lights up on the display.
3D Headphone Mode3D H PHONE
If you activate Surround when the front speakers are deactivated, 3D Headphone Mode is activated without respect to the type of software played back. 3D H PHONE appears on the display and the DSP and H.PHONE indicators also light up.
*2 DTS and DTS 96/24 are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
Activating the Surround Modes
Available Surround modes vary depending on the incoming signals. Activating one of the Surround modes for a source automatically recalls the memorized settings and adjustments (see pages 16 to 22).
After pressing TAPE/CDR, you can perform the following operations on a CD recorder: 3: 4: : 7: 8: REC PAUSE: Start playing. Return to the beginning of the current (or previous) track. Skip to the beginning of the next track. Stop playing and recording. Pause playing or recording. To resume, press 3. Enter recording pause. To start recording, press this button then 3.
Cassette deck After pressing TAPE/CDR, you can perform the following operations on a cassette deck:
3: REW: FF: 7: 8: REC PAUSE: Start playing. Fast-wind the tape from right to left. Fast-wind the tape from left to right. Stop playing and recording or fast-wind the tape. Pause playing or recording. To resume, press 3. Enter recording pause. To start recording, press this button then 3.
After adjusting sounds, press the corresponding source selection button to operate your target source by using the number buttons; otherwise, the number buttons cannot be used for operating your target source.
CD changer After pressing CD-DISC, you can perform the following operations on a CD changer:
3: 4: : 7: 8: 1 6, 7/P: Start playing. Return to the beginning of the current (or previous) track. Skip to the beginning of the next track. Stop playing. Pause playing. To resume, press 3. Select the number of a disc installed in a CD changer.
Operating Video Components
IMPORTANT: To operate JVCs video components using the supplied remote control: Some JVCs VCRs can accept two types of the control signals remote code A and B. Before using this remote control, make sure that the remote control code of the target VCR is set to code A. When using the remote control, aim the remote control directly at the remote sensor on each component, not on the receiver. Refer also to the manuals supplied with your components.
After pressing CD, you can perform the following operations on a CD changer: 1 10, +10: Select a track number directly. For track number 5, press 5. For track number 15, press +10, then 5. For track number 20, press +10, then 10. For track number 30, press +10, +10, then 10. Example: Selecting disc number 4, track number 12, and starting playback. 1 Press CD-DISC, then press 4. 2 Press CD, then press +10, 2. If your CD changer is of 200-disc loading capability (except for XL-MC100 and XL-MC301), you can do the following operations using the number buttons after pressing CD. 3 Select a disc number. Then select a track number (always enter two digits). Press 3 to start playback.
You can always perform the following operations: STANDBY/ON VCR: Turn on or off the VCR. VCR CH +/: Change the TV channels on the VCR. After pressing VCR, you can perform the following operations on the VCR: 3: REW: FF: 7: 8: REC PAUSE: Start playing. Rewind the tape. Fast-forward the tape. Stop playing, recording, rewind and fast forward. Pause playing and recording. To resume, press 3. Enter recording pause. To start recording, press this button then 3.
You can always perform the following operation: STANDBY/ON DVD: Turn on or off the DVD player.
Examples: Selecting disc number 3, track number 2, and starting playback. Press 3, then, 0, 2, then 3. Selecting disc number 10, track number 5, and starting playback. Press 1, 0, then, 0, 5, then 3. Selecting disc number 105, track number 12, and starting playback. Press 1, 0, 5, then 1, 2, then 3.
After pressing DVD, you can perform the following operations on the DVD player: 3: 4: : 7: 8: Start playing. Return to the beginning of the current (or previous) chapter. Skip to the beginning of the next chapter. Stop playing. Pause playing. To resume, press 3.
It is required to press each button within 4 seconds in the above procedure.
After pressing DVD, these buttons can be used for the DVD menu operations.
For detailed menu operations, refer to the instructions supplied with the discs or the DVD player.
Set TV/CATV selector to TV. You can always perform the following operations: STANDBY/ON TV/CATV: Turn on or off the TV. TV/CATV CH +/: Change the channels. TV VOLUME +/: Adjust the volume. TV/VIDEO: Set the input mode (either TV or VIDEO). After pressing TV SOUND, you can perform the following operations on the TV: 1 9, 0, 100+ (+10): Select the channels. RETURN (10): Alternate between the previously selected channel and the current channel.
Operating Other Manufacturers Video Equipment
This remote control supplied for the receiver can transmit control signals for other manufacturers TVs, CATV converters, VCRs and DVD players.
When operating the other manufacturers components, refer also to the manuals supplied with them. After replacing batteries for the remote control, you need to set the manufactures codes again.
To change the transmittable signals for operating a CATV converter
1 Set the TV/CATV selector to CATV. 2 Press and hold STANDBY/ON 3 Press TV SOUND. 4 Enter a manufacturers code using buttons 1 9, and 0.
Manufacturer Echostar General Instrument Hamlin Pioneer RCA Scientific Atlanta Sony Zenith * 01 is the initial setting. Codes 01* 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09 16, 17, 18, 19 14, 10, 12, 13
To change the transmittable signals for operating another manufacturers TV
1 Set the TV/CATV selector to TV. 2 Press and hold STANDBY/ON 3 Press TV SOUND. 4 Enter a manufacturers code using buttons 1 9, and 0.
220 mV/47 k 0.5 V(p-p)/dBm to 15 dBm (660 nm 30 nm)
DIGITAL 1 (DVD): DIGITAL 2 (CD):
* Corresponding to Linear PCM, Dolby Digital, and DTS Digital Surround (with sampling frequency32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz) Recording Output Level TAPE/CDR, VCR: 220 mV
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (66 IHF/78 IHF) CD, TAPE/CDR, VCR, TV SOUND, DVD: Frequency Response (8 ) CD, TAPE/CDR, VCR, TV SOUND, DVD, AUX: Equalization (5 bands) 63 Hz, 250 Hz, 1 kHz, 4 kHz, 16 kHz:
62 dB/71 dB
20 Hz to 20 kHz (1 dB) 8 dB (in 2 dB steps)
Video Video Input Sensitivity/Impedance Composite video Video Output Level Composite video Synchronization: Signal-to-Noise Ratio:
DVD, VCR, AUX:
1 V(p-p)/V(p-p)/75 Negative 45 dB
VCR, MONITOR OUT:
FM tuner (IHF) Tuning Range:
Usable Sensitivity 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity Monaural: Monaural: Stereo:
87.5 MHz to 108.0 MHz 12.8 dBf (1.2 V/75 ) 16.0 dBf (1.7 V/75 ) 37.5 dBf (20.5 V/75 ) 35 dB at 1 kHz
Stereo Separation at OUT (REC):
AM tuner Tuning Range:
530 kHz to kHz
Power Requirements: Power Consumption: AC 120V , 60 Hz
155 W/200 VA (at operation) 0.8 W (in standby mode) 435 mm x 146.5 mm x 369.5 mm (17 3/16 in. x 5 13/16 in. x 14 5/8 in.) 7.0 kg (15.5 lbs)
Dimensions (W x H x D):
Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
RX-5060B AUDIO/VIDEO CONTROL RECEIVER
EN 2005 Victor Company of Japan, Limited
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