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THX SELECT 7.1-CHANNEL DIGITAL SURROUND RECEIVER
Available in Gold or Black
Sure to Impress Newcomers to Home Theater and Audiophiles Alike The TX-SR800
Onkyos fanatical devotion to bringing you the best built receivers on the market manifests itself again in the TX-SR800. You get Onkyo exclusives WRAT ( Wide Range Amplifier Technology) and VLSC ( Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry) to provide the smoothest audio signal possible. Also, linear PCM 192 kHz/24-bit D/A converters for each channel and pure audio mode reduce interference to almost nothing so you can enjoy every sound, from the most subtle to the most bombastic in DVD-Audio, SACD, music CDs and of course movie soundtracks. And we didnt stop there, THX certification means you get the highest guarantee of home theater quality. The cumulative result? A receiver that delivers high-end performance, without the high-end price.
THX Select Certified The TX-SR800 boasts the distinction of the exclusive THX Select badge of approval. This gives you assurance that this receiver passed (and often exceeds) THXs numerous requirements in such areas as frequency response, distortion, power output, and stability. Dolby Digital EX Dolby Digital EX creates six full-bandwidth output channels from 5.1-channel sources. This is done using a matrix decoder that derives three surround channels from the two in the original recording. For best results, Dolby Digital EX should be used with movie soundtracks recorded with Dolby Digital Surround EX. DTS 96/24 This format offers you the sound quality of the original 96-kHz, 24-bit master in 5.1-channel surround sound for music and movie soundtracks on DVDs encoded in DTS 96/24. Also, you wont have to worry about buying a new DVD player. DTS 96/24 can be carried on DVD-video, or in the video zone of DVD-Audio. This gives you the convenience of making it playable on all DVD players. Color-Coded Speaker Terminals No more worries about which speaker wire goes to which speaker terminal. The TX-SR800 features color-coded speaker terminals that allow you to easily connect the correct wire to the correct terminal. Simply attach the color-coded label to the speaker cable, and then attach the cable to the same colored speaker terminal for fast and easy speaker connection.
Crossover Adjustment for Bass Management Previously crossover frequency was fixed at 80 Hz. With Crossover Adjustment, you can set the frequency at 40, 60, 80, 100 or 120 Hz depending on your speakers bass playback ability. This lets you more accurately match the performance characteristics of the subwoofer to your front speakers. VLSC (Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry) Conventional D/A conversion methods reduce digital pulse noise at the conversion stage but cant remove it completely. Previously only available on Onkyos high-end components, VLSC (Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry) employs a unique D/A conversion circuit to overcome this problem. Data is converted between the sampling points and these discreet sampling points are joined with analog vectors in real-time to produce a smooth output wave form. The resulta noiseless, smooth analog signal based on the digital source. Powered Zone 2 Capability Unlike other receivers, you dont need an external amplifier to enjoy up to 5.1 channels in the main room, while at the same time your partner listens to a different stereo source (radio, CD, MD, LP or cassette) in another room.
160 Watts minimum of continuous power to each of the seven channels into 6 ohms at 1 kHz VLSC (Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry) for L/C/R Wide Range Amplifier Technology (WRAT) Extended Frequency Response (10 Hz to 100 kHz) Reduced NFB (Negative Feedback) Non-scaling configuration Absolute ground plate Linear Optimum Gain Volume Circuitry 192 kHz/24-bit audio D/A converters (L/C/R/SW/SL/SR) 96 kHz/24-bit audio D/A converters (SBL/SBR) 96 kHz/24-bit audio A/D converters Full bandwidth power to all 7 main channels Discrete power amplifier circuitry for all channels High-current, low-impedance 4 ohm drive for all channels Powered Zone 2 capability Auto-protection circuitry Digital upsampling High-grade extruded-aluminum heat sink Low Frequency Effect (LFE) level control Massive isolated transformer Thick bus bars Tone control (bass, treble) for L/C/R speakers, (Bass) for subwoofer
7 digital inputs (3 coaxial, 4 optical; 3 assignable) and 1 output (Optical) 6 S-video inputs and 3 outputs 7.1 Multichannel input for DVD-Audio & SACD 7 Sets of heavy-duty color-coded multiway speaker binding posts (dual banana-plug compatible) Color-coded multichannel RCA pinjacks Color-coded pre out terminals for L/R/C/SL/SR/SB (L/R) or Zone 2 (L/R)/Subwoofer Composite to S-video conversion Front panel Audio, Video, S-video, Optical inputs 32-bit dual DSP chips 39 DSP modes Crossover adjustment (40/60/80/100/120 Hz) Pure Audio Mode Direct Mode A-Form Listening Mode Memory Late night mode (high, low, off) Theater-Dimensional Virtual Surround All channel stereo mode Y/C mix circuit for monitor out and Zone 2 Automatic signal detection Full input/output cassette and VCR loops Phono input Rec out selector (Audio & video) Tape & Video dubbing
Other Performance Features
IntelliVolume On-screen display controller 3-mode display dimmer (bright, normal, low) 35-segment fluorescent dot-matrix display Absolute volume display Audio mute (remote) Battery-free memory backup Brushed aluminum front panel Headphone jack (standard size) Heavy-duty power cord Individual input selectors for each source IR input and output terminal Precision digital speed-sensitive volume control RIAA Phono Equalizer Separate PC (printed circuit) boards for audio and video sources Sleep timer via remote Powerful backlit/ preprogrammed learning remote with Macros
Front L/R.. 160 W/ch (6 , 1 kHz, JEITA) Center.. 160 W (6 , 1 kHz, JEITA) Surround L/R.. 160 W/ch (6 , 1 kHz, JEITA) Surround Back L/R.. 160 W/ch (6 , 1 kHz, JEITA) Dynamic Power(front) 3 ... 250 W/ch 4 ... 210 W/ch 8 ... 130 W/ch Total Harmonic Distortion.. 0.08 % (at rated power) Frequency Response. 10 Hz-100 kHz (+ 1 dB, - 3 dB)
Line in.. 110 dB (IHF-A, 0.5 V input) Phono.. 80 dB (IHF-A, 5 mV input)
Damping Factor... 60 at 8 Input Sensitivity and Impedance
Line (CD, Tape, Video 1, 2, 3, 4, 5).. 200 mv, 50 k Phono... 2.5 mV, 50 k Multi Channel Input DVD, Front L/C/R, Surround L/R, Surround Back L/R. 200 mV, 50 k Subwoofer... 36 mV, 50 k Digital Input Coaxial 1, 2, 3... 0.5 Vp-p, 75 DVD, Video 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.. 1 Vp-p, Vp-p, 75 (Y) 0.28 Vp-p, 75 (C) Component Video in-1,2... 1 Vp-p, 75 (Y) 0.7 Vp-p, 75 (PB/CB, PR/CR)
Output Level and Impedance
Rec out (Tape, VIideo 1,2).. 200 mV, 470 Zone 2 Line out... 100 mV, 470 Pre out Front L/C/R, Surround L/R, Surround Back or Zone 2 L/R. 1 V, 470 Video (Video 1, 2, Monitor, Zone 2).. 1 Vp-p, 75 Video (Video 1, 2, Monitor)... 1 Vp-p, 75 (Y) 0.28 Vp-p, 75 (C) Component Video out.. 1 Vp-p, 75 (Y) 0.7 Vp-p, 75 (PB/CB, PR/CR)
Bass... 10 dB at 50 Hz Treble... 10 dB at 20 kHz
FM Mono.. 11.2 dBf, 1.0 V (75 IHF) FM Stereo... 17.2 dBf, 2.0 V (75 IHF) AM.. 30 V FM Mono.. 76 dB, IHF-A FM Stereo... 70 dB, IHF-A AM.. 40 dB
NPR No. 02N18 08/02 Printed in Japan
FM/AM Tuner Features Audio/Video Features
THX Select Certified THX Surround EX DTS, DTS-ES, Discrete/Matrix 6.1, DTS Neo:6, DTS 96/24 Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital EX, Dolby Pro Logic II decoding 2 component video inputs and 1 output 3 Audio & 6 A/V input terminals 40 FM/AM random presets 75-ohm antenna input AM loop antenna supplied Character input (Tuner presets, input selector) FM auto scan tuning FM indoor antenna supplied FM stereo indicator Outstanding selectivity and sensitivity
Total Harmonic Distortion
FM Mono/FM Stereo/AM.. 0.2 % /0.3 % /0.7 %
FM Stereo Separation.. 45 dB at 1 kHz/30 dB at 100 Hz-10 kHz
GENERAL Backlit/preprogrammed learning remote with Macros
Dimensions (W x H x D).. 435 x 175 x 459 mm/17 1/8 x 6 7/8 x 181/16 Weight.. 17.3 kg/38.1 Ibs.
Due to a policy of continuous product improvement, Onkyo reserves the right to change specifications and appearance without notice. THX is a trademark of Lucasfilm LTD. Dolby, Pro Logic,Surround EX, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Theater-Dimensional and VLSC are trademarks of ONKYO Corp. DTS, DTS-ES Extended Surround, DTS 96/24 and Neo:6 are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
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21. Replacement Parts When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. 22. Safety Check Upon completion of any service or repairs to the appliance, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the appliance is in proper operation condition. 23. Wall or Ceiling Mounting The appliance should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer. 24. Heat The appliance should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other appliances (including amplifiers) that produce heat. 25. Liquid Hazards The appliance shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases shall be placed on the appliance.
FIGURE 1: EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE, ANSI/NFPA 70
ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE GROUND CLAMP ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT (NEC SECTION 810-20) ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS (NEC SECTION 810-21) GROUND CLAMPS
NEC NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM (NEC ART 250, PART H)
1. Recording Copyright Recording of copyrighted material for other than personal use is illegal without permission of the copyright holder. 2. AC Fuse The fuse is located inside the chassis and is not user-serviceable. If power does not come on, contact your Onkyo authorized service station. 3. Care From time to time you should wipe the front and rear panels and the cabinet with a soft cloth. For heavier dirt, dampen a soft cloth in a weak solution of mild detergent and water, wring it out dry, and wipe off the dirt. Following this, dry immediately with a clean cloth. Do not use rough material, thinners, alcohol or other chemical solvents or cloths since these could damage the finish or remove the panel lettering. 4. Power For U.S. models Note to CATV system installer: This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installers attention to Section 820-40 of the NEC which 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 practical. FCC Information for User
AC 120 V 60 Hz SWITCHED TOTAL 120W 1A MAX.
SEE INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR CORRECT SETTINGS. CENTER SPEAKER SURR BACK/ ZONE 2 SPEAKERS
PHONO OUT VIDEO 2 PR
INPUT 2 Y
For more information regarding connection procedures, see pages indicated in brackets [ ]. DIGITAL INPUT/OUTPUT [15-19] These jacks are for connecting components with digital input and output capabilities. To connect a CD player, see page 15; to connect an MD or CD recorder, see page 15; to connect a DAT deck, see page 15; to connect a DVD player, see page 16; to connect a DVD recorder, see page 18; and to connect a digital satellite tuner, see page 19. PRE OUT  To use the TX-SR800 as a preamplifier, connect a power amplifier to this jack. ANTENNA [22-23] These jacks are for connecting the FM indoor antenna and AM loop antenna that are supplied with the TX-SR800. ZONE 2 VIDEO OUT  These jacks are for connecting the components that will be used in the remote zone (Zone 2). MONITOR OUT VIDEO/S VIDEO  These jacks are for connecting to the video input jacks on television monitors or projectors. COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUT  These jacks are for connecting to the component video input jacks on television monitors or projectors. SPEAKERS [20-21] These terminals are for connecting the speakers.
AC OUTLETS  This AC outlet is provided to plug in the power cord from another component. MULTI CH INPUT  This connector is for connecting components with a multi-channel output. PHONO/CD/TAPE AUDIO IN/OUT  These connectors are for connecting to the audio input and output jacks on audio components. To connect a turntable, see page 15; to connect a CD player, see page 15; and to connect a cassette tape deck, MD recorder, or CD recorder, see page 15. DVD/VIDEO1-4 IN/OUT [16-19] These connectors are for connecting to the video input and output jacks on video components. To connect a DVD player, see page 16; to connect a DVD recorder, see page 18; to connect a VCR, see page 17; and to connect a satellite tuner, see page 19. COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT1/2 [16, 18] These connectors are for connecting to the component video outputs of video components that have them. To connect a DVD player, see page 16; to connect a DVD recorder, see page 18; and to connect a satellite tuner, see page 19. IR IN/OUT  These connectors are for connecting the remote sensor of a multiroom kit (sold separately).  This jack is for connecting other Onkyo components equipped with the same terminal.
To IR IN
Other component : Signal flow IR Receiver Remote control sensor
TX-SR800 Connecting block
Emitter Mini plug Mini plug cable
TX-SR800 Remote controller
Main room : Signal flow
Zone 2 room
Connections for remote control ( ) Connecting the power cords from other devices
The TX-SR800 is equipped with AC mains outlets for connecting the power cords from other devices so that their power is supplied through the TX-SR800. By doing this, you can leave the connected device turned on and have the STANDBY/ON button on the TXSR800 turn on and off the device together with the TX-SR800. The shape, number, and total capacity of the AC outlets may differ depending on the area of purchase. Caution: Make sure that the total capacity of the components connected to the TX-SR800 does not exceed the capacity that is printed on the rear panel (e.g., TOTAL 120W). The terminal on the TX-SR800 is for connecting other Onkyo components equipped with the same terminal. When a component is connected to the terminal, it can be operated by the remote controller supplied with the TX-SR800. In addition, when you connect a component to the terminal, you can also perform the system operations given below. Power on/ready function -connected When the TX-SR800 is in the standby state, if an component is turned on, the TX-SR800 also turns on and the input source selected at the TX-SR800 automatically switches to that component. Be aware that this function will not work if the power cord for the -connected component is connected to the AC OUTLET on the TX-SR800, or if the TX-SR800 has already been turned on. Direct change function When the play button is pressed at an -connected component, the input source selected at the TX-SR800 automatically changes to that component. Power off function -connected When the TX-SR800 is placed in the standby state, all components are also automatically put into the standby state. Also, if you press the ON button on the TX-SR800 remote controller while the TX-SR800 is turned on, all -connected components (DVD players, CD players, MD recorders, tuners, etc.) are also turned on.
TX-SR800 some Asian models USA and Canadian models
Using the tone cotrol: 1. Press the SURROUND button on the front panel (or the SURR button on the remote controller) to display Tone On. 2. Adjust the tone at Setup Menu Audio Adjust Menu Tone Control Sub-menu (see page 53). Press the DIRECT/PURE AUDIO button on the front panel (or the DIRECT button on the remote controller) to turn off the tone control.
Listening to Radio Broadcasts
FM MODE TUNING /
One of the features of the TX-SR800 that is most frequently used is its ability to play FM and AM broadcast radio stations. The TXSR800 provides a number of listening modes perfect for listening to the radio and getting the most out of your audio system. Also, by presetting radio stations that you listen to frequently, you can select them easily by pressing the CH button on the remote controller.
Listening to a stereo radio station (FM mode)
When you tune into a radio station, TUNED indicator appears in the display. If you tune into an FM station in stereo, then FM STEREO appears. If the signal is weak, it may be impossible to tune into the station in stereo. In such a case, press the FM MODE button on the front panel. The AUTO indication disappears and the radio station is output in the monaural mode. To return to stereo, press the FM MODE button again. AUTO appears. Some interstation noise may be heard, but the sound will not cut in and out as it would if stereo was selected.
MEMORY FM MODE
Tuning into a radio station
1. Press the TUNER input source button. Each time you press the TUNER button, the input source changes between AM and FM.
2. Using the TUNING and buttons on the front panel, tune into the station you desire.
FM STEREO (Lights red)
The tuner frequency changes in 100-kHz (50-kHz) increments for FM and 10-kHz (or 9-kHz) increments for AM. You can press the TUNING or button continuously for more than 0.5 seconds to scan for an FM station in the direction of the button you pressed (FM auto tuning mode). After you release the button and a station is received in stereo, the scanning stops.
FM MODE PRESET MEMORY
/ RCVR CH
Presetting a radio station
1. Tune into the radio station you desire (see Tuning into a radio station ).
Selecting a preset radio station
1. Press TUNER input source button on the TX-SR800 or TUN button on the remote controller. The front display should show the currently selected frequency. 2. Press the PRESET / buttons and select the number of the desired preset station. When using the remote controller:
2. Press the MEMORY button on the front panel.
3. Using the PRESET / buttons, select a preset number (from 1 to 40) to assign the station. 4. Press the MEMORY button to finalize the procedure.
1. Press the RCVR MODE button. The RCVR MODE button lights. 2. Press the TUN button.
3. Press the CH button and select the number of the desired preset station.
This programs the radio station as a preset radio station. Up to 40 stations can be stored in memory as preset radio stations. You can enter text names for any of the preset radio stations (see page 49).
Erasing a preset radio station
1. Press the TUNER input source (or TUN) button and press the PRESET / buttons to select the preset radio station that you want to erase (see above).
2. Press and hold the MEMORY button and then press the FM MODE button. The selected preset station is erased.
Enjoying music in the remote zone
ZONE 2 indicator
VIDEO 5 INPUT DIGITAL S VIDEO VIDEO L AUDIO R
INPUT SELECTOR buttons Input source buttons
Using the buttons on the TX-SR800
1. Press the ZONE 2 button on the TX-SR800. 2. Select an input source. After pressing the ZONE 2 button, you must press an input source button within 8 seconds. The indicator above the input source button lights green. In this condition, even if you change the input source for the main zone, the input source for the remote zone (Zone 2) will not change. Ex.: When the CD button is pressed.
After pressing the ZONE 2 button, press the ON/STANDBY button within 5 seconds.
Select an input source: After pressing the ZONE 2 button, press an INPUT SELECTOR button within 8 seconds. If tuner is selected with the TUN button, you can use the CH button to select a preset radio station.
To select the same source for the remote zone that is selected for the main zone, press the ZONE 2 button again until Z2 Sel:SOURCE appears in the display. In this condition, if you change the input source for the main zone, the input source for the remote zone (Zone 2) will change as well.
To record an input source signal different from that you are currently watching or listening to
Follow the procedure given below to record an input source signal different from that which you are listening to or watching at the time of recording. 1. Press the REC OUT button. 2. Within 5 seconds, press the input source selector button of the input source signal that you wish to record. The signal from the selected input source is now output to the TAPE OUT, VIDEO 1 OUT, and VIDEO 2 OUT outputs for recording.
3. Start recording at the recording component as desired. To confirm the settings, press the Rec Out button. The current settings will appear for 8 seconds in the front display.
3. Start recording at the recording component as desired. To confirm the settings, press the REC OUT button. The current settings will appear for 8 seconds in the front display. Notes: If you change the input source during recording, you will record the signals from the newly selected input source. You cannot record the surround effects. Digital signals input to the DIGITAL INPUT (COAX) and DIGITAL INPUT (OPT) inputs will be output to the DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPT) output. Digital input signals are only output to the digital outputs and analog input signals are only output from the analog outputs. There is no conversion from digital to analog or vice versa. When connecting CD players and other digital components, do not connect only the digital terminals, but the analog ones as well. There are some restrictions on recording digital signals. When making digital recordings, consult the instruction manual that came with your digital recording equipment (e.g., MD recorder or DAT deck) to know what restrictions are imposed. You cannot record the source connected to the MULTI CHANNEL INPUT connector. When listening to music in the remote zone (see previous page), you can record the music or video that is being played in the main zone. If you select FM (or AM) with the TUNER input source button when the recording source is set to AM (or FM), the output for the recording source also changes to AM (or FM).
Notes: Be aware that the remote (Zone 2) and recording (REC OUT) outputs use the same circuit and therefore cannot be used at the same time. You cannot record the surround effects. Digital signals input to the DIGITAL INPUT (COAX) and DIGITAL INPUT (OPT) inputs will be output to the DIGITAL OUTPUT (OPT) outputs. There are some restrictions on recording digital signals. When making digital recordings, consult the instruction manual that came with your digital recording equipment (e.g., MD recorder or DAT deck) to know what restrictions are imposed. You cannot record the source connected to the MULTI CH INPUT connector. You cannot listen to a broadcast from one station while recording the broadcast from another.
Button on remote controller
Button on TX-SR800
(upper edge of ENTER button)
(lower edge of ENTER button)
(left edge of ENTER button)
(right edge of ENTER button)
0. Hardware Setup Menu
Advanced Menu 0.Hardware Setup 1.Speaker Impedance 2.Surr Back/Zone2 3.IR IN Setup 4.AM Frequency Step |ENTER|Quit:|SETUP|
0-2. Surr Back/Zone 2 Sub-menu
Advanced Menu 0.Hardware Setup 0-2.Surr Back/Zone2 a.Surr Back/Zone2 :Surr Back
The settings within the Hardware Setup Menu will need to be made before you use your TX-SR800 for the first time. Once you have selected one of the Hardware Setup menu items, the setting will not be displayed again when you enter the Basic Menu. To change the setting at a later date, select the Advanced Menu to display the Hardware Setup Menu.
a. Surr Back/Zone 2 Zone 2: Select when connecting the speakers for the remote zone (Zone 2) to the SURR BACK/ZONE 2 PRE OUT or SURR BACK/ZONE 2 SPEAKERS terminals (for using the internal amplifier for Zone 2). Surr Back: Select when connecting the speakers for the Surround back to the SURR BACK/ZONE 2 PRE OUT or SURR BACK/ZONE 2 SPEAKERS terminals (for using the internal amplifier for the surround back speakers). Note: The SURR BACK/ZONE 2 PRE OUT and SURR BACK/ZONE 2 SPEAKER terminals In order to have 7.1-channel playback in the main room, you must set the Surr Back/Zone 2 setting to Surr Back. When set to Surr Back, the surround back signals are output from the SURR BACK/ ZONE 2 PRE OUT and SURR BACK/ZONE 2 SPEAKER terminals. Connect the surround back speakers to the SURR BACK/ ZONE 2 SPEAKER terminals or to the speakers terminals of the power amplifier connected to the SURR BACK/ZONE 2 PRE OUT terminals. When you are not using the surround back speakers in the main room and using the internal amplifier to power the speakers for the remote zone (Zone 2), set the Surr Back/Zone 2 setting to Zone 2. When set to Zone 2, the Zone 2 signals are output from the SURR BACK/ZONE 2 PRE OUT and SURR BACK/ZONE 2 SPEAKER terminals. Connect the remote zone (Zone 2) speakers to the SURR BACK/ZONE 2 SPEAKER terminals or to the speakers terminals of the power amplifier connected to the SURR BACK/ZONE 2 PRE OUT terminals. At this time, the main room is switched to 5.1 channel playback mode, and therefore you cannot select the THX Surround EX or DTS-ES, which requires the sound back.
3. Audio Adjust Setup Menu
Set the various parameters for the sound signals.
3-1. Tone Control Sub-menu
Separately adjust the bass and treble settings in two steps.
Advanced Menu 3.Audio Adjust 1.Tone Control 2.Surround Speakers 3.Sound Effect 4.Delay 5.LFE Level 6.Mono 7.Theater Dimensional 8.Surround
3.Audio Adjust 3-1.Tone Control a.Bass b.Treble : : 0 0
Advanced Menu 3.Audio Adjust 9.THX 10.Mono Movie 11.Enhanced 7 12.Orchestra 13.Unplugged 14.Studio Mix 15.TV Logic
12 to +to +12
a. Bass b. Treble
3-2. Surround Speakers Sub-menu
This sub-menu allows you to decide which speakers to output to when you are playing back a 5.1-channel source with surround back speakers connected. Setting
a. Surround Speakers
Surround L/R, Surround Back, Surround L/R Surr L/R + Back
Surround L/R: Select to output the sound to the surround left and right speakers as normal and outputs nothing to the surround back speaker. Surround Back: Select to output the sound to the surround back speakers and outputs nothing to the surround left and right speakers. Surr L/R+Back: Select to output the sound to both the surround left and right speakers and the surround back speaker.
3-3. Sound Effect Sub-menu
This sub-menu is used to turn on and off the various sound effects available with the TX-SR800. Setting
a. Re-EQ b. Upsampling c. Subwoofer (Analog/PCM) d. Late Night
3-4. Delay Sub-menu
This sub-menu gives you various ways to adjust the timing of the audio output from the speakers to give certain soundfield effects or to adjust for unwanted asynchronous video and audio tracks. This sub-menu does not appear if Direct is selected as the listening mode. Setting
a. A/V Sync Relative Delay b. Center 4.0 ms to +6.0 ms 4.0 ms to +6.0 ms 4.0 ms to +6.0 ms 0.0 ms 0.0 ms 0.0 ms c. Surr L/R d. Surr Back
On, Off On, Off On, Off Off, Low, High
Off Off On Off
0.0 ms to 74.0 ms
a. Re-EQ Re-EQ (re-equalization) takes the edginess or brightness out of your home cinema sound to compensate for the fact that sound mixed for theaters may sound too bright when played back through speakers in the home environment. This can be set to either On or Off. b. Upsampling Upsampling processes the input digital signal, or the digital signal converted from an analog input source, and converts its digital sampling frequency to twice its current frequency for an even further detailed sound reproduction. This can be set to either On or Off. When On is selected, the UPSAMPLING indicator lights. c. Subwoofer When Yes is selected for the Subwoofer setting in the Speaker Config Sub-menu, set this to Off if you do not want to have sound output from the subwoofer when listening to Analog/PCM sources. If No is selected for the Subwoofer setting in the Speaker Config Sub-menu, this setting will not appear. d. Late Night The audio for movies made for the cinema have a large dynamic range; thus, the difference between loud noises and soft noises is great. To hear the quieter sounds such as background noises or human conversations, the movie must be played back at larger volumes. When this setting is set to High or Low, the dynamic range of the sound is narrowed down to allow you to easily hear minute sounds at low volumes. This function is especially useful if you wish to play a movie at low volumes during the nighttime. This can be set to either Off or Low, or High. Notes: The Late Night function is effective only on Dolby Digital encoded software. The depth of the Late Night effect is determined by Dolby Digital software. With some sources, it may produce little or no effect.
a. A/V Sync If a digital signal processor is connected, there may be times when the audio and video from a DVD or LD player is not output in perfect sync. The result is where the sound and picture do not match and the sound is heard too early. In such a case, use this setting to properly synchronize the audio and video. This setting can be set between 0 and 74.0 ms in 0.5-ms increments. Under normal circumstances, this can left at 0 ms. If set between 24.5 and 74.0 ms, upsampling is fixed to 24.0 ms. Note that a change in the setting will not be displayed. This setting will not appear if the selected input source is set for the multichannel port. Relative Delay b. Center, c. Surr L/R, d. Surr Back Besides level and delay adjustments, this setting provides the ability to change or adjust the relative speaker position to fine tune the soundfield for the listener. This is accomplished using Onkyos unique Enhanced Spatial Positioning Algorithm. This adjustment provides 10 milliseconds of delay for the speakers, which is equivalent to moving the speaker 10 feet (3 meters) away. This adjustment is set up to provide 4.0 or +6.0 milliseconds (4 or +6 feet/1.2 or +1.8 meters) of adjustment to the listeners position. Once the coarse adjustments (i.e., speaker level and distance adjustments) are made, the system is set up to provide a typical or broad surround environment. By adjusting the relative position of the speakers, we are able to alter the soundfield to be more spread out (deeper) or focused (shallower). Note: Surr Back will not appear if the Surr Back/Zone 2 setting in the Surr Back/Zone 2 Sub-menu of the Hardware Setup Menu is set to Zone 2.
3-5. LFE Level Sub-menu
This sub-menu is for setting the LFE (Low Frequency Effect) levels included in Dolby Digital and DTS software. Setting
a. Dolby Digital b. DTS
3-7. Theater Dimensional Sub-menu
Select this to modify the Theater-Dimensional (T-D) listening modes. The settings available are shown in the table below. Setting
Settings possible for each listening mode (3-1. 3-2. 3-3. Sub-menu)
Setting 3-1. Tone Control a. Bass b. Treble Listening mode Mono Direct/Pure Audio Stereo Theater-Dimensional Dolby EX DTS DTS-ES Matrix 6.1 DTS-ES Discrete 6.1 DTS 96/24 Dolby Digital Dolby Pro Logic II DTS-ES Neo:6 THX Cinema (PLII) THX Cinema (Neo:6) THX Surround EX DTS-ES THX Cinema Mono Movie Enhanced 7 Orchestra Unplugged Studio-Mix TV Logic All CH Stereo G G G G G G G G G G G 3-2. Surround Speakers a. Surround Speakers a. Re-EQ G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G 3-3. Sound Effect b. Upsampling*2 c. Subwoofer*2 G G G d. Late Night*3 G G G G
G G G G
G G G G G G G
G G G G G G
*1 Enabled for Dolby Pro Logic II Movie and DTS Neo:6 Cinema input sources. *2 Takes effect when playing an analog/PCM source in any of the listening modes marked with G. *3 Takes effect when playing a Dolby Digital source in any of the listening modes marked with G.
4. Preference Menu
Advanced Menu 4.Preference
4-1. Volume Setup Sub-menu
This sub-menu allows you to make various settings concerning the volume control of the TX-SR800.
1.Volume Setup 2.Headphones Level 3.OSD Setup 4.OSD Position |ENTER|Quit:|SETUP|
a.Volume Display :Absolute b.Muting Level :-oodB c.Maximum Volume :Off d.Power On Volume :Last Quit:|SETUP| 4.Preference 4-1.Volume Setup
a. Volume Display You can choose from two ways of displaying the volume setting on screen. Absolute: This displays the volume with a minimum of 0 for no sound and a maximum of 100. As a reference, the volume setting of Ref (82) is equivalent to 0 decibels for the relative display method. Relative: This displays the volume as a decibel value on a scale with a designated reference point that is displayed as 0, which equals the volume setting of 82 of the absolute display method. With this display method, the minimum value is , the next highest is 81, and the maximum value is +18. b. Muting Level This sets the attenuation level during playback when the MUTING button is pressed on the remote controller. This can be set to , or between 50 and 10 decibels in 10-decibel increments. c. Maximum Volume This setting allows you to set the maximum volume that can be output with the MASTER VOLUME dial. Setting a maximum volume allows you to prevent components from being damaged by excessively loud volumes. For the absolute volume display method, this can be set between 50 and 99. For the relative volume display method, this can be set between 32 and +17 decibels. To not set a maximum volume, select Off. d. Power On Volume This sets a designated volume for which the TX-SR800 will be set to every time that the power is turned on. This prevents the TX-SR800 from suddenly outputting very loud sounds if it is turned on while it is set to an extremely high volume. For the absolute volume display method, this can be set between 0100. For the relative volume display method, this can be set between , 81 and +18 decibels. To have the TX-SR800 turned on with its current volume setting, set this to Last.
LIGHT MACRO 2
: Buttons that cannot be programmed.
4. Press and hold down the button (that corresponds to the command you are programming) on the remote controller of the other device until the SEND/LEARN lamp on the remote controller flashes twice. After flashing twice, the SEND/LEARN indicator will light again. 5. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 to transfer all the commands you desire from the other remote controller and program them to buttons on the remote controller under the same MODE. Repeat Steps 2 through 4 to program commands to a different MODE (e.g., when programming from a different remote controller). 6. Press the MODE button that you pressed in step 2 to complete the programming. 7. Operate the newly programmed buttons to make sure the learning function was performed properly. Notes: The remote controller codes for Onkyo compact disc players, cassette tape decks, DVD players, and mini disc recorder have already been programmed into buttons on the remote controller. You may, however, use these buttons to program the codes for other remote controllers. If you wish to restore the Onkyo preset codes after you program new codes, you must first erase the new codes. The remote controller has 357 memory slots (7 modes 51 buttons). Some remote controllers may have more commands that can be remembered by the remote controller. In such cases, it will be necessary for you to determine which commands are more important than others. If the SEND/LEARN indicator quickly flashes three times and turns off, then the remote controller has exited the programming mode because either you have made a mistake during programming or a time-out has occurred because no button has been pressed. Resume from Step 2. If you try to program beyond the learning capacity of the remote controller, the SEND/LEARN indicator flashes six times quickly, and the remote controller exits the programming mode. Try programming under a different MODE button. When you want to program a command to a button to which you have already programmed a command, simply follow the same procedure given and the previous programming for that button will be overwritten. The remote controller uses infrared rays to send its commands, as do most other remote controllers. Though most remote controller codes can be memorized by the remote controller, be aware that some remote controllers use systems that are quite different from the remote controller and therefore may not be able to be programmed. Some remote controllers have a single button that performs multiple functions (for example, the function may change each time the button is pressed). If this is the case, each function must be programmed to a separate button on the remote controller. Once you have transferred the commands from the other remote controller, refer to the instruction manual that came with that product for instructions on how to operate that product. Make sure both the remote controller and the other remote controller have new batteries. If either of them has batteries that are low, you may not be able to program the commands of the other remote controller properly into the remote controller. See page 72 for how to erase the memorized commands from all buttons.
Front panel controls function but remote controller controls do not. No batteries in remote controller. Insert batteries (see page 7). Batteries have worn out. Replace batteries (see page 7). Remote controller is not pointed at the remote sensor of the TXSR800. Point the remote controller at the remote sensor of the TXSR800 (see page 7). Remote controller is too far from the TX-SR800. Operate the remote controller within 16 feet (5 meters) (see page 7). Remote controller is functioning in a different mode Press the RCVR MODE button.
If one of the messages shown below appears
Not available with headphones use Operation not allowed because headphones are plugged into the TXSR800. Not available with Multichannel use Operation not allowed while the multi-channel output is being used. Not available in this Sp Config Will not work with the current speaker configuration settings. Not available in Zone 2 mode Setting not allowed because the Zone 2 mode is turned on. Only available with Dolby D No setting other than Dolby Digital can be set. Not available in this Listening mode Will not work with the current listening mode. Not available with this signal The listening mode cannot be selected with the current input source. Not available in PURE AUDIO mode Will not work with the PURE AUDIO mode. Surr Back/Zone 2 setting is Surr Back Operation not allowed because the setting is Surr Back. Surr Back/Zone 2 setting is Zone 2 Operation not allowed because the setting is Zone 2. Not available with this Surr Back/Zone 2 setting Will not work with the current setting. Not available with Muting Operation not allowed because the muting is activated. Zone 2 is not On Will not work because the Zone 2 has not been turned on. Also refer to the respective instruction manuals of the CD player, DVD player, video cassette recorder, TV monitor, etc., that compose your entertainment system. The TX-SR800 contains an internal microcomputer that performs high-level operations. However, on extremely rare occasions, noise or interference from an external source or static electricity may cause faulty operation. If this occurs, unplug the power cord from the wall outlet, wait five or more seconds, and then plug it back in. This should correct the situation. * To reset the surround mode and other settings to the factory default settings, hold down the VIDEO 1 button with the TXSR800 turned on and then press the STANDBY/ON button. CLEAR appears in the front display and the TX-SR800 enters the standby state.
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