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!ab556cfff5 6:22am on Monday, October 25th, 2010 
After much research, this was my pick. Crisp, clear, razor sharp picture. Controler could be larger, small keys hard to see in dim light. I bought mine at Beach Camara. Big and inexpensive Does not work at all!
olivosomar 5:13am on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010 
Panasonic TH-50PX60B - Excellent Value I have had this Plasma TV for over 2 years. Panasonic TH-50PX60B - Excellent Value I have had this Plasma TV for over 2 years.
cafzali 2:16am on Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010 
Have had it for 3 weeks. Super picture. Flawless installation and top quality performance. Purchased from Costco where the warranty has no end date.
AndrewM1 6:30am on Thursday, April 8th, 2010 
Great picture for 58 inch which are hard to f...  great picture for 720, nice hd. you need a good hd signal though broke after 3 years. Great TV and a great value. At the time a I ...  Owned the unit for approximately 18 months with not a single issue.
cfromm 12:42am on Friday, March 12th, 2010 
Panasonic Purple Snakes I have read the reviews about the screen and after owning it for 4 months I have to say I am not altogether happy with it.

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AV ControlStereoReceiver

SA-AX920 SA-AX720

Operating Instructions

The photographs show SA-AX920.

Dear Customer

Thank you for purchasing For optimum instructions performance carefully. i to models SA- I primarily for this Technics and safety, product. please read these
User memo: DATE OFPURCHASE DEALER NAME DEALER ADDRESS TELEPHONE NUMBER
These operating model SA-AX920.

instructions

are applicable

AX920 and SA-AX720,

however,

are intended

The model number and serial number of this product can be found on either the back or the bottom of the unit.

Table of contents

Precautions....3 Supplied accessories...4 Listening caution..4 Concerning the remote control...5 Front panel controls...6 Equipment connections...7 Antenna connections..10 Speaker connections..12
Basic operations... To adjust the tone quality.. To adjust the sound balance.. To mute the sound level.. 18 18
Please note them in the space provided below and keep for future reference. MODEL NUMBER.. :... SERIAL NUMBER...

THE FOLLOWING

APPLIES ONLY IN THE U.S.A.

AUTION:

ny unauthorized changes or modifications to this quipment would void the user's authority to operate this

WARNING:

TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR PRODUCT DAMAGE, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN, SPLASHING,DRIPPING OR MOISTURE.
To listen through headphones.. _.. 18 To compensate when the volume is low _. 19 When using the VCR 2 terminals (front side)... Listening to radio broadcasts.. Sequential tuning.. Direct tuning... Preset tuning... Enjoying sound with DOLBY PRO LO__.--.27 Setting the center mode and adjusting spe_.25 Adjusting the delay time... 19 :.20 :22

CAUTION:

TO PREVE_ B_DE SHOCK MATCH WIDE WIDE SLOT, FULLY
Enjoying SURROUND or 3 STEREO.._.=:28 Enjoying sound with SFC.. 29 Adjusting field of sound... 30. Enjoying sound with 6 channel discret_._: Making a recording... 32 __.'_.-33 _ 3_ 33 34

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Recording on a tape deck.. Recording on a VCR... About the HELP function..
Product service..34 Troubleshooting guide...35 Technical specifications..Back cover
T,o P_EDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC _SH(_CK, DO NOT REMOVE SCREWS. NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a dsk of electric shock t'o persons. The exclamation point within _ulfateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

CAUTION

Do not place a tape deck or CD player on top of this unit. Heat radiated from the top of this unit may cause damage to the tape or CD s0ft_are.
Before using this unit please read these operating instructions carefully. Take special care to follow the warnings indicated on the unit itself as well as the safety suggestions listed below. Afterwards keep them handy for future reference.
1. Power Source - The unit should be connected to power supply only of the type described in the operating instructions or as marked on the unit. 2. Polarization - If the unit is equipped with a polarized AC power plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other), that plug will fit into the AC outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug. 3. Power Cord Protection - AC power supply cords should be muted so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them. Never take hold of the plug or cord if your hand is wet, and always grasp the plug body when connecting or disconnecting it. 4. Nonuse Periods - When the unit is not used, tum the power off. When left unused for a long period of time, the unit should be unplugged from the household AC outlet.

1. Ventilation

- The unit should be situated so that its location or a)
position does not interfere with its proper ventilation. Allow 10 cm (4") clearance from the rear of the unit. 2. Foreign Material - Care should be taken so that objects do not fall into and liquids are not spilled into the unit. Do not subject this unit to excessive smoke, dust, mechanical vibration, or shock. 3. Magnetism - The unit should be Situated.away from equipment or devices that generate strong magnetic fields. 4. Stacking -- Do not place heavy objects, other than system components, on top of the unit. 5. Surface - Place the unit on a fiat, level surface. 6. Carts and Stands - The unit should he used only with a cart or stand that is recommended by the manufacturer. The unit and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the unit and cart combination to overtum. 7. Wall or Ceiling Mounting - The unit should no( be mounted to
a wall or ceiling, unless specified in this operating instructions.

I Environment

Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with a soft cloth lightly moistened with mild detergent solution. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent such as alcohol or benzine.
1. Outdoor Antenna Grounding -- If an outside antenna is connected to the receiver, be sure the antenna system is grounded so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1990, provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antennadischarge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode. See figure below.
1. Damage Requiring Service - The unit should be serviced by qualified service personnel when: (a) The AC power supply cord or the plug has been damaged; or (b) Objects have fallen or liquid has been spilled into the unit; or (c) The unit has been exposed to rain; or (d) The unit does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance; or

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(e) The unit has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged. 2. Servicing -- The user should not attempt to service the unit beyond that described in the operating instructions. All other ser810-20)

Thoroughly clean the battery compartment before inserting new batteries. Do not mix old and new batteries, or batteries of different types (carbon and alkaline, etc.). If you will not use the remote control for a long period of time, remove the batteries and store them in a cool, dark place. Do not use rechargeable type batteries. Do not attempt to recharge alkaline or carbon batteries. Always remove old, weak or worn-out batteries promptly and dispose of them properly. Never subject batteries to excessive heat or flame; do not attempt to disassemble them; and be sure theY are not short-circuited. If the leaking electrolyte comes into c_)nt_'__ttfi "sl_in0r clothes, flush with water immediately.
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Insert the batteries in the correct polarities ((_, O).
When you need to replace these batteries Use two R6/LR6, AA, UM-3 batteries.
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Remote control signal sensor
Be sure the transmission window and the signal sensor are free from dust. Excessive dust might effect performance. The operation may not be correct if direct sunlight or other strong light source strikes the signal sensor of this unit. If there is a problem, place the unit away from the light source.

Transmission window

Avoid any obstacles About 7 meters (23 feet) in front of the signal sensor. (1"heactual range will depend on the angle at which the remote control is used.)

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(_) Power "STANDBY _/ON" switch (POWER, STANDBY _/ON)
Press to switch the unit from on to standby mode or vice versa. In standby mode, the unit is still consuming a small amount of power.
Speaker select buttons (SPEAKERS A, B) (_) Dolby Pro Logic mode/SFC indicator (_ Dolby Pro Logic mode/SFC selector (_ SFC mode selector (MODE) (_) Input indicator (_ DVD 6ch input indicator (_) DVD 6ch input select button (DVD 6CH INPUT) (_ Input selector (INPUT SELECTOR)-. (_) Muting button (MUTING) _) Volume control (VOLUME) (_ Help/reset button (-HELP -RESET) Headphones jack (PHONES) @ Display (_ Bass control (BASS) Treble control (TREBLE) VCR 2 input terminals (VCR 2) VCR 2, TV/DSS input select button (.,,_ VCR 2,.=_ TVIDSS) Subwoofer level control (SUBWOOFER LEVEL) _) Balance control (BALANCE) Delay time adjust button (DELAY TIME) Center mode select button (CENTER MODE) Loudness ON/OFF button (LOUDNESS) _)Tuning buttons (TUNING) Radio station presetting button (PRESET) Band select button (BAND) _) FM mode select button (FM MODE) Memory button (MEMORY)
Make sure that the power supply for all components has been turned off before making any connections. To connect equipment, IIIrRF3 Do not place books, etc., on the top of this unit or block the heat radiation vents in any way. refer to the appropriate operating instructions.

Stereo connection White (L) Red (R)

cable (not included)

CD changer (orCD player) (not included)

"SWITCHED"

AC outlets
Power to the outlet is controlled by the power switch of this unit. Audio equipment rated up to TOTAL 80 W can be connected here.

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OUTPUT There is only one AC outlet.
The cooling fan operate,_ at high power output levels only.
Only for turntable with ground terminal
Household AC outlet (AC 120 V/60 Hz)
PLAY (OU--_ GND I OU]:PLJT :IEC (IN) AC power supply cord (included) Connect this cord only after I all other cables and cords are connected.

Tape deck (not included)

Turntable (not included)
Stereo connection White Red (L) (R) _

Video connection

Laser disc player (not included) f
AUDIO OUT TV (not ir_c!u.d_l)..

AUDIO OUT VIDEO OUT

VIDEO IN '

Connecting the front

to the VCR 2 terminals panel

AUDIO IN

AUDIO OUT

VIDEO IN

VIDEO OUT

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VCR (not included)
Camcorder, etc. (not included) The "VCR 1" terminals shown in the illustration corresponds respectively to the "VCR" terminals on SA-AX720. AUDIO OUT
Stereo connecting (notncluded) cable i White(L) _
Red (R) cable (not included) Monaural connection

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Connecting a DVD player with 6 channel discrete output
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VIDEO OUT AUDIO OUT (FRONT L,R)

AUDIO OUT (SURROUND L,R)

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a DVD player with 2 channel output
DVD player (not included) VIDEO
You can enjoy 6 channel the below connections,

discrete

by making

AUDIO OUT (SUBWOOFER) o

(FRONT L,R) AUDIO OUT
(not included) AC-3 decoder

(CENTER)

DIGITAL IN

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I_ L[ Optical cable digital (not included) DIGITAL OUT

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DVD player (not included)

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FM indoor antenna (included) This antenna is normally sufficient for reception of FM broadcasts. Attach to a wall (using tape) facing in the direction of best reception. For best reception An FM outdoor antenna is recommended.
This antennais normallysufficientor receptionofAM broadcasts, f
Fit the AM loop antenna holder (included) onto the rear panel of this unit and then attach the AM loop antenna to the AM loop antenna holder (facing in the direction of best reception). Pay attention to the following points when mounting the antenna. Do not mount it close to power cords, speaker wires or metal surfaces (Doing so will result in noise). Do not mount it close to a tape deck. When the t_pe deck is being used, chirping or beeping sounds may result.

Surround speaker (Left) (not included)
Surround speaker (Right) (not included)

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WOOFER OUT

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Other connections are possible depending on the speaker system you have. For details, see the operating instructions that came with your speaker system.

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(not included) (_
Connecting the speaker cable
To prevent damage to circuitry, never short-circuit positive (+) and negative (-) speaker wires.

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I Frntsp ekers
To connect to the "A" terminals Front speaker (Right) (not included)

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Front speaker (Left) not included)
To connect to the "B" terminals For connection to a second pair of speakers. Front speaker (Right) (not included) Front speaker (Left) not included)

. Speaker impedance:

A and B:

A or B:

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A or B: A and B:

JSurround speakers

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1. Before sound
can be heard, both surround
speakers must be connected. 2. Do not connect the surround speakers to the front speaker terminals. The surround speakers may be damaged if connected to the front terminals.
I Speaker impedance-:. 8_..

J Centerspeaker

I Speaker impedance:

I Subwoofer

To connect a subwoofer which has a built-in amplifier

_Connections

can be made in
Subwoofer with built-in amplifier (not included)
the following ways as well.

(Ex.1)

(Ex. 2)
Monaural-Stereo convertercable

WOOFER ( SUBOUT

connected

To connect a subwoofer

which does not have a built-in amplifier

Subwoofer (not included)

This receiver has no amplifier section designed especially for the subwoofer. To connect a subwoofer which does not
have a built-in amplifier Connect an optional amplifier to the =SUBWOOFER OUT" terminal of this unit and then connect a subwoofer to the speaker terminals of the amplifier.

SUB-CENTER

SUBWOOFER OUT
Before operation, set VOLUME to the "MIN" position.
Press POWER. Press A and/or B to select the speaker system(s) to be used.
A and B refer to the speaker terminals at the rear of the unit. If the button is pressed once more, the indicator will switch off and no sound will be heard from the speakers.

When the receiver is turned off, the muting,operation automatically cancelled. will be
(_) Use VOLUME to reduce the volume level. (_) Connect the he_;dphones.
Plug type: 6.3 mm (1/4 in.) stereo L R
(_) Use VOLUME to adjust the volume level.
If you do not want sound from the speakers, press SPEAKERS button(s) and check the speaker indicator(s) goes out,
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If a subwoofer is connected to your system, turn off the power to it (or the subwoofer minimum level. amp you are using) or lower the volume to the
If a subwoofer is connected to your system, silence it by turning the SUBWOOFER LEVEL control on the receiver to MIN.

VOLUME MIN MAX

Avoid listening for prolonged damage.
periods of time to prevent hearing

(_) PHONES (_

Headphones (not included)
This button balances pressure.

low volume

sounds by boosting bass sound

Press LOUDNESS.

The message "ON" will appear on the display for 2 seconds. When "ON", ")," will light up in the display. To return to the previous condition, press once again. The message "OFF-" will appear on the display for 2 seconds, then "Ip" tums off.

LOUDNESS

This. button can be used only when TV/DSSNCR 2 is selected as the input source. The VCR 2, TV/DSS input select button works for both TV/DSS input and input from the source connected to the front side "VCR 2" terninals. (See page 8.)

Set "._

VCR 2" or "J.

TV/DSS" position.

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_i TV/DSS

Use the tuning buttons to tune-in radio stations.
IBm Turn INPUT SELECTOR to select TUNER. I_ I[_ Press BAND to select "FM" or "AM". Press TUNING (V) or (^) to tune to the desired frequency.

Tuning intervals

FM: 0.2 MHz AM: 10 kHz =QUARTZ LOCK" lights up when tun_l_. =STEREO" received. lights up when an FM stereo broadcast is
To make an automatic search for stations If TUNING (V) or (^) is held down for an instant until the frequency begins to scroll, the broadcast stations are tuned in automatically when one is found.

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For AM stations...
Set to the frequency from which you want to start automatic memory presetting.

(See page 20-21.),

Press MEMORY until the frequency begins to change.
(Automatic memory presetting will start.) During automatic memory presetting, the memory indicator will flash while the frequency scrolls. To stop, press MEMORY once again.
I When a broadcast station is preset The memory indicator and the preset 1 second
[] channel number will be
displayed for approximately
When presetting is completed The last broadcaststationto be presetwill be displayed.
Frequencies may not be preset correctly in cases where the broadcast waves are too strong or too weak. In such cases, carry out presetting manually. (See page 23.)
I Manual memorypresetting
The desired stations can be preset into the desired channels by the user.
Set to the desired frequency.
(See page 20-21.) If interference or static is keeping you from enjoying an FM station, press FM MODE and change to monaural. You can preset the memory in monaural just as in stereo.

Press MEMORY.

To cancel the memory function, press MEMORY again.
Press TUNING (V) or (A) to select the desired channel.
Holding the buttons down lets you scroll through channels faster.
The channelwillblinkonthe display. To continue presetting Repeatsteps 1 through4.

TUNING

I To listento presetchannels
I! Press PRESET. E! Press TUNING (V)

or (A).

Holding down the buttons lets you scroll through channels faster. The channel number will be changed for approximately 5 seconds. Select the desired channel number during that time. After 5 seconds, the display will change from the channel number to the frequency.
If you press PRESET while the channelnumber is displayed,the displaywillchangeto the frequency. Td confirm the channel number of the broadcast station being received PressPRESET. (The channelnumberwill bedisplayed forapproxir_ately second.) 5

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The channelnumberis not displayedif you change the reception frequency or FM mode setting.
For your reference Even if the power cord is disconnected from the household AC outlet, the memory will retain'its contents for approximately one month.

If frequency

presettings

are accidentally

erased
Program the presettings once again. The power cord should remain connected for one hour or more for the memory back-up to be effective.

Press VOL (-) or (+) to set the volume level normally used for enjoying the _;ource.
The following steps are for setting the output level of the front speakers and the center/surround speakers to the same listening level.

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Speaker channel

Press CH SELECT to select the center or surround speakers, and press LEVEL (+) or (-) to adjust the output level.
Press CENTER (-) or (+), or SURROUND (-) or (+) to adjust the output level.

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- VOL_
Adjust the output level of each speaker position until they are all identical.

from the listening

-: Decrease the output level. +: Increase the output level. Output level can be varied within a range of -12 dB to +12 dB with front speaker output level serving as the zero point.
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LEVEL-

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1. During step 5 above the test signal sequence is interrupted and the signal will only come from the selected speaker. The sequence will resume when adjustments are stopped. 2. Remember you cannot adjust the output level of the surround speakers if you selected the 3 STEREO mode in step 1.

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To stop the test signal Press TEST. To turn off the Dolby Press OFF/ON. Pro Logic systems
Press once again to tum it on.

Selected channel

Output level
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Turn the selector to select the SURROUND mode. Press DELAY TIME to set the time.
When the button is pressed, the current delay time is displayed. Pressingit again changesthe de!aytime. Each time the buttonis pressed,the-delay timeWillincrease by 5 ms withina range of 15 msto 30 ms.

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I_I'RPJ When using Dolby Surround encoded materials, PRO LOGIC SURROUND. select DOLBY

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SIMULATED (SIM SURR) Choose this mode if little or no sound will be heard from the surround speakers. You can feel as if you were in a more expanded space adding to the actual sound from the source. This mode also adds effect to monaural sources by outputting sound from surround speakers.
You can adjust center speaker volume only in the theater mode. The center speaker is not used in the hall, and simulated modes.
Turn INPUT SELECTOR to select and start the desired source. Turn the selector to select SFC.

Selected SFC mode

Turn MODE to select the desired SFC mode.
The SFC mode can also be selected by directly turning MODE in step 2 instead of selecting SFC.

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For your reference You can set the SFC mode for each source. Each source will retain the selected mode. To turn off the SFC function
Turn the selector ((_)) to select OFF.
With this unit, you can adjust speaker volume. Adjust the field of sound while listening to a source.
I To adjust the volume of Ihe center and surround speakers

Center mode.

volume
can be adjusted only in the THEATER
Turn the selector to select SFC. Turn MODE to select the desired SFC mode.
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I Toodjustthe deloytime ill I_ I_ Turn the selector to select SFC. Turn MODE to select the desired SFC mode. Press DELAY TIME to set the time.
When the button is pressed, played. the current delay time is dis-
Pressing it again changes the delay time. Each time the button is pressed, the o'_l_-'fi_ The delay time increments SFC mode.

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are different

depending on the

Select a delay time setting to accommodate to your individual needs.

SFC modes HALL

Available
delay time setting (ms) 40, 50, 20, 25, 30 15, 20, 25, 30, 0 50, 15, 20, 30, 40 20, 25, 30, 40, 15 15, 20, 25, 30, 40
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This receiver can playback 6 channel discrete sound. It has terminals for connecting to component with 6 channel discrete output, such as a DVD player. 6 channel discrete output makes playback sound more real by adding depth, movement, position and other characteristics to the field of sound. It will make you feel as if you were at the movie theater when in your own home. To enjoy 6 channel discrete output sound You have to connect a DVD player or other component that has 6 channel discrete output capabilities.

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Turn INPUT SELECTOR tose!ect
Press DVD 6CH INPUT to select DVD 6CH.
Changes as follows, each time the button is pressed. DVD 6CH _ DVD (2CH)
If you press this button while another source (CD, PHONO, etc.) is selected, the receiver switches the source to DVD and engages the DVD 6CH INPUT mode.
Start the desired source.
Follow your equipment's operating instructions.

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OVD _:;H INPUT

You cannot select Dolby,Pro Logic or any of the SFC modes while in the DVD 6CH INPUT mode. If you try, the message "NOT POSSIBLE IN 6CH DISCRETE INPUT" will appear on the display.
When you select DVD 6CH INPUT mode, onlysound from the front left and rightspeakersis recorded.

To record all 6 channels

Set the playback mode on your DVD player or decoder to 2 channel (stereo) mode. For details, see the instruction manual that came with the connected equipment.
Before recording, prepare the tape deck for recording (recording level adjustment, etc.). See the tape deck's operating instructions for details.

INPUT SELECTOR

Turn INPUT SELECTOR to select the source to be recorded.
Any source can be selected except TAPE.
(only if you select TV/DSS/VCR
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2 in the above step)

VCR 2" or "a.
"rV/DSS" position.

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Begin recording on the tape deck.
Follow your tape deck's operating instructions.
Begin the source to be recorded.
=ollow your equipment's operating instructions.

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Before recording, prepare the VCR 1 (VCR) for recording (recording level adjustment, input selector setting, etc.). See the VCR's operating instructions for details.

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Turn INPUT SELECTOR to select the source to be recorded. Anysource canbeselected except CR1 (VCR)andTAPE. V

Recording from the tape deck is not possible.
(only if you select TV/DSSNCR VCR 2 _e_'minals 2 in the above step)
Set "_._ VCR 2" or" J_ TV/DSS" Begin recording on the VCR.
Follow your VCR's operating instructions.

position.

Follow your equipment's operating instruction_,_
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For your reference There are VCR 2 terminals at the front of this unit. It is easier to carry out dubbing from a camcorder if it is connected to the front terminals.
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If you make a mistake in operation or if sound output stops due to some operation which was performed, the HELP function displays information which can be useful for indicating the method by which this condition can be remedied. If =ERROR" or scrolling characters (for instance, "SPEAKER OFF NOW") appear on the display during operation, carry out the following operation.

Press -HELP.

The method for remedying this situation will be displayed.
For your reference If the above buttonis pressed for 2 secondsor more until"RESET" appearsonthe display,the operationsettings the unitwill be inifor tializedto the settings made at the time ofshipment:.. However, any broadcastingstationswhich have been preset into memorywill notbe erased at thistime.

-HELP --RESET

Product service
Do not attempt to remove the cover(s) or repair the unit yourself. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only..

Proclud information

For product service, product information or assistance in product operation, refer to the servicenter directory.
Befo_re requesting service for this unit, check the chart below for a possible cause of the problem you are experiencing. Some simple checks or a minor adjustment on your part may eliminate the problem and restore proper operation.
If you are in doubt about some of the check points, or if the remedies indicated in the chart do not solve the problem, refer to the directory of Authorized Service Centers (enclosed with this unit) to locate a convenient er for instructions. service center, or consult your Technics deal-
(In U.S.A. consult PASC Authorized Servicenters for detailed instructions or call 1-800-211-7262 for the address of an authorized factory servicenter.)

Reference

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A slight noise may be heard because the method used for modulation of FM stereo broadcasts is different than that used for monaural broadcasts. Try reducing the treble sound by using the treble control. (0) Try changing the location, height and/or direction of the antenna. (O O) If an indoor antenna is being used, change to an outdoor antenna. (0) Try using an antenna with more elements. Transmitting station is too far away.
An unusual hissing noise is heard when listening to the broadcast in stereo, but not heard when listening monaurally. Noise is excessive in both stereo and monaural broadcasts. The FM stereo indicator or the quartz lock indicator flickers, without completely illuminating. Excessive distortion in the sound of stereo broadcasts.
Poor location and/or direction of the antenna.
Poor location and/or direction of the antenna. Transmitting station is too far away.
Try changing the location, height and/or direction of the antenna. (0 0) If an indoor antenna is being used, change to an outdoor antenna. (0)
Nearby building or mountain.
Try using an antenna with more elements.
An unusual "beat" heard,

to AM broadcasts

Unit is being used at the same time as the television set. Interference from adjacent broadcast signal. Turn off the television set, or use this unit farther away from it. Try reducing the treble sound by using the treble control. (O) Place the antenna connection wires and the power cord farther apart. Install a special outdoor antenna. (0)

sound is

A low-pitched "hum" sound is heard when the station is tuned.
The AM loop antenna connection wires are too close to the power cord. The power supply frequency from the power cord is modulated and heard from the speakers.
A strange hissing noise is produced continuously or intermittently.
Caused by the "discharge phenomenon" and the "oscillation phenomenon" of electric appliances (such as fluorescent lights, TV, small sedes-type motors, rectification equipment, etc.).
Try placing this unit farther away from such equipment.

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The power cord plug is not completely inserted. Confirm that the power cord plug is connected completely. Turn on the speaker indicator(s). Press the muting button. (0) Check that all wires and cables are correctly connected. (lib-O,0-0) Check that the correct source is seleoied. _) Switch off the power, and after determining and correcting the cause, switch on the power once again. Use a speaker system of the proper impedance rating. (0-0) (0)

Power supply Input sensitivity PHONO 0.4 mV (3 mV, IHF'66) Power consump.tion
[SA-AX920] CD, TAPE, DVD, VCR 1, TV/DSS/VCR mV (200 mV, IHF'66) [SA-AX720] CD, TAPE, DVD, VCR, TV/DSS 27 mV (200 mV, IHF'66) S/N (IHF A) PHONO [SA-AX920] 70 dB (80 dB, IHF'66) CD, TAPE, DVD, VCR 1, TV/DSS/VCR dB (85 dB, IHF'66) [SA-AX720] CD, TAPE, DVD, VCR, TV/DSS 75 dB (85 dB, IHF'66) Input impedance 47 k_ PHONO [SA-AX920] CD, TAPE, DVD, VCR 1, TV/DSSNCR [SA-AX720] CD, TAPE, DVD, VCR, TV/DSS 22 k_ Tone controls BASS TREBLE 50 Hz, +10 to -10 dB 20 kHz, +10 to -10 dB k.Q Dimensions Weight (W X H X D)
AC 120 V, 60 Hz [SA-AX920] 350 W (In standby condition: 2 W) [SA-AX720] 290 W (In standby condition: 2 W) 430X158X312 mm (16-15/16" X6-7/32" X 12-9/32") [SA-AX920] 9.8 kg (21.8 lb.) [SAoAX720] 9.3 kg (20.7 lb.)
Notes: 1. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Weight and dimensions are approximate. 2. Total harmonic distortion is measured by the digital spectrum analyzer.
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iv ABSTRACT Information is a critical trend to motor skill learning and its nature would be important to learning improvement. Feedback would be comprehended as any kind of looped back information related to the performed movement. One of feedback types provided by an external source to a movement performer is called knowledge of performance (KP), which informs about the aspects related to the movement pattern. One way in which KP can be provided is through the video, which demonstrates to the leaner the movement performed by him or herself. Results of previous studies that investigated the role of KP are inconsistent in indicate which are the variables that plays a major role upon KP effects and how to guides the use of this source of information. A possibility is to provide visual KP in a self-controlled frequency allowing the learner to decide the moment in which he or she wants receive this information, it permits an active participation of the subject in the learning and teaching process. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of self-controlled visual KP in the learning of a volleyball serve. Thirty male volunteers aging from eleven to thirteen years were assigned to one of three experimental groups: 1) self-controlled group, which received KP in a selfcontrolled frequency during the acquisition phase, 2) yoked group, which received KP in the same trials that their counterparts of self-controlled group, and 3) control group, which no received visual KP. The acquisition phase was constituted by two consecutive practice days, in which 80 trials of serves were performed for each participant. An immediate transfer test was applied 10 minutes after the end of acquisition and a delayed transfer test was applied 48 hours after the end of immediate transfer test. During the transfer tests, the participants performed 10 trials of the serve in a diagonal line to the target. The achieved score and the movement pattern were the dependent variables used, and were analyzed both the means of scores and the standard deviation of scores attained. The results did not confirm the effects of visual self-controlled feedback, as well as this source of information did not show itself be efficient to the learning. The discussion was focused on in the following questions: 1) the result feedback (KR) would be enough sufficient to the pattern improvement; 2) some participants would be more challenged to achieve the accuracy goal on the target than to achieve the goal of movement pattern; 3) would be visual KP an important source of information, when analyzed the motivational and informational aspects?; 4) Would be children a worst visual KP perception, when compared to the adults?; 5) children would not be able to use the self-controlled frequency and for them, the self-controlled frequency did not increase the potential of visual KP; 6) children would be overstretched of selfcontrolled situations. Keywords: Motor Learning, Feedback, Self-controlled frequency, Visual knowledge of performance.

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