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good sound for a low price the "save mode" function does not work Bought this to go with "small" TV in the Library good sound for a low price the "save mode" function does not work

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RT2250

350-Watt Dolby1 Digital Surround Receiver with 5-Speaker Package and 100-Watt Powered Subwoofer
3502 Watts of Total Power with Dolby1 Digital Surround Decoding 502 Watts for Left, Center, Right, Left Surround and Right Surround Speakers 100 Watt2 Subwoofer Amplifier Enclosed Wood 5-Speaker Package with 2 Shielded Main Speakers, Shielded Center Channel and 2 Surround Speakers DBaS (Dynamic Bass amplification System) Six Channel Direct Input Digital AM/FM Stereo Tuner with 30 Presets EZ Use Feature Set: Quick Connect Guide, Color-Coded Transparent Wiring, ColorCoded Speaker Terminal, Speaker Hanging Capability Input IQ Front A/V Jacks RCA 53-Button Universal Remote 1-Year Limited Warranty*

General

Dimensions: Receiver 5.5" H, 16.9" W, 13.8" D Left/Right 8.3" H, 5.1" W, 7.6" D Center 3.7" H, 15.7" W, 7.6" D Surrounds 8.3" H, 5.1" W, 7.6" D Subwoofer 14.8" H, 8.9" W, 11" D 50 Watts Per Channel 2 Channels driven into 6 Ohms, from 40hz-20khz, <0.9% THD 50 Watts2 Each, Left, Right, Center, Surround Left and Surround Right Speakers. 100 Watt2 Subwoofer Amplifier Enhanced Jack Pack This value-added feature allows for numerous possibilities of multiple connections ranging from the simple video connection to the high-quality S-Video connection. 6 pair rear panel audio inputs -TV, Satellite, DVD,

VCR1, CD, Tape

Tuner Features
Digital AM/FM Stereo Tuner Tunes AM/FM stations with maximum accuracy and minimum drift. Always tunes to the center of the broadcast channel for minimum distortion. 30 AM or FM Station Presets Allows the user to program their favorite radio stations and have quick access to each of them using the multi-jog dial. Seek Up/Down Automatically searches the band, stopping at the next station in-tune. Preset Scan This feature quickly searches the users customized station presets, stopping briefly at each preset until the user presses the button again to stop the scanning mode. Digital Sound Processing Activating the DSP mode recreates acoustic environments (Concert, Theatre, Church, Stadium, Club and Arena) for improved realism. When selected, each mode is illuminated on the display and can be easily accessed by individual buttons on the front panel or the SURROUND button on the remote control. AM Loop Antenna/FM Dipole Antenna Electronic Treble and Bass Controls Allows for manual adjustment, 10 dB, of bass, treble and mid-range according to personal preference. 10dB Electronic Volume Control for Left, Right, Center, Left Surround and Right Surround 10dB Remote Control Electronic Volume Control for Left, Right, Center, Left Surround and Right Surround 2-Level Nightmode To intentionally keep sound levels down, the user can automatically lower the dynamic range in order to prevent scenes from getting too loud and yet keep dialogue intelligible. Auto Detect Automatically detects an optical or coaxial digital connection. Preset EQ Preassigned equalization of bass, treble and midrange for optimum sound performance. Labeled for use with corresponding types of music (Jazz, Pop, Rock, Classic, Vocal and Flat).

Surround Features

Dolby1 Digital Create the incredible theater experience at home. Equipped to play back up to 5.1 channels with full, wide band frequency response, all 5 main channels are discrete and have 20Hz-20kHz frequency response. The Low Frequency Effects (LFE) Channel requires a powered subwoofer to recreate its 20Hz-120Hz-frequency response. Dolby1 Pro Logic Providing excellent surround sound using analog signals. Creates separate channels for right, left, center and surround accentuating the sense of being in the middle of the scene. DolbyStereo Provides effective separated surround sound without the use of rear speakers. Input IQ Using computer intelligence to automatically select the correct type of signal processing (Dolby Digital, Pro Logic, 3 Stereo, etc.) for every input (CD, DVD, VCR, TV, etc.) this feature has learning ability which allows it to retain user enhancements (i.e. channel volume, delay, etc.) and use them as the new defaults. DBaS (Dynamic Bass amplification System) Directs 2-times more power to the Subwoofer on an as needed basis for booming effects. Left/Right Modes Small, Large, None Center Modes Small, Large, None Surround Modes Small, Large, None Subwoofer Modes Yes, No Test Tone The test tone feature is used to verify the placement and adjust the volume levels of all speakers. Variable Surround Sound Delay Time Allows the user to set a delay to the speakers if the room is large or the speakers are located a significant distance apart.

1 pair front panel audio inputs -VCRpair rear panel audio outputs -VCR1, Tape 3 rear panel video inputs -Satellite, DVD, VCRfront panel video input -VCRrear panel video outputs -Monitor, VCRrear panel S-Video inputs -DVD, Satellite 1 front panel S-Video input -VCRrear panel S-Video output -Monitor 1 rear panel optical digital audio input Assignable for Satellite, DVD or CD
1 rear panel coaxial digital audio input Assignable for Satellite, DVD or CD
Subwoofer Output With direct output to a subwoofer, this system has the ability to create a sound experience with thunderous impact. Six Channel Direct Input Six direct RCA jack inputs allow connection with any component sending out a 5.1 channel audio such as SuperAudio or DVD audio. This direct input allows for compatibility with future surround formats. 1/4" Stereo Headphone Jack For private listening, the headphone jack is conveniently located on the front of the unit. Universal Remote Control Programmable remote with easy-to-use button layout. Operates most features on RCA audio and video products. It can also be programmed to operate most brands of audio and video components and RCA DIRECTV3 Systems. Multifunction Vacuum Fluorescent Display Brightly illuminated, the fluorescent display allows the user to easily read displayed information from far away. This large display provides key information such as Surround Mode, DSP Mode, Speaker Information, etc. 4-Level Display Dimming The user can customize the brightness of the display by selecting one of four different levels. Rotary Encoder Volume Control Provides for smooth, gradual volume control. SAT, DVD, CD, VCR1, VCR2, AM/FM, Tape, TV Function Selections Easy front panel access to select different component modes based on the connected inputs.
1-Year Limited Warranty *See RCA dealer for complete details.
1 Dolby is a registered trademark of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corp. watts/channel, both channels driven into 6 ohms, at frequencies from 40Hz to 20 Hz with no more than 0.9% Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) 3 DIRECTV is a trademark of DIRECTV, Inc. a unit of Hughes Electronics Corp. and is used with permission. 4 KEVLAR is a registered trademark of E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Company.

Speakers

EZ Use Feature Set Quick Connect Guide, Color-coded transparent wiring, Color-coded speaker terminals, Speaker hanging capability. Dual Driver Super Subwoofer KEVLAR4 Driver
2000 Thomson Consumer Electronics, Inc.

Form RT2250

Trademark(s) Registered Marca(s) Registrada(s) Photos and features subject to change without notice. Illustration of product finish may vary from actual color. Get more information on RCA Consumer Electronics Products at www.rca.com PC14192

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Cable Codes.15 VCR Codes.15 TV Codes.16 Satellite Receivers.17 Audio (RCA only).17 Laserdisc Players.17
Index.18 US Warranty.19 Canadian Warranty.20

Operating your Receiver

Receiver Controls.8 Your Remote Control.9 The Built-in Radio.10 Seek Tuning.10 Storing and Recalling Stations in Memory.10 Using the Receiver to Play DVD/ CD/ Video Cassette Player.10 Using the Remote to Control Additional Components.10

Advanced Sound Control

Dolby Pro Logic and Dolby 3 Stereo.11 5.1 ch Input for Dolby Digital.11 Stereo.11 DSP.12 Night Mode.12 Fine Setting of the Components.12 Input IQ.12 Input Signal Setting.12 Fine Setting of the Speakers.12 The TEST/ SET UP button.12 Speaker Configurations.12 Speaker Distance.13 Speaker Icons.13 Displaying Program Formats.13

Care and Maintenance

Troubleshooting Tips.14 Receiver/Tuner Operation.14 Remote Control Operation.14 General.14 Cleaning the Exterior.14 Equipment Specifications.14

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Getting Started
EN Unpacking the Receiver Set up and Maintenance of
For RT2250 & RT2250R, check that you received the fol- the Receiver lowing items: one receiver unit; Provide spaces for sufficient ventilation as indicated: one RCA Universal Remote Control (CRK76); one external FM Dipole antenna; one external AM loop antenna; 10 cm one audio cable (two wires) with red and white RCA connectors; one video cable (single wire) with yellow RCA con10 cm 10 cm nectors; one instruction book; one safety leaflet; and one pair of AA batteries.

Digital Sound Processor

STANDBY

STADIU M

THEATRE

CHURCH

DSP OFF

TUNING

SURR. MODE

TEST TONE

SPKR IQ

PHONES

S-VIDEO
HOME THEATRE AUDIO VIDEO RECEIVER
For RT2250, you also received: one set of spearkers including 2 left and right front speakers, 1 centre speaker, 1 subwoofer and 2 left and right rear speakers. 6 speaker cables including: 2 x red/ balck cable for front speakers, 1 x blue/ black cable for centre speaker, 1 x brown/ black cable for subwoofer & 2 x grey/ black cable for rear speakers.
Do not connect to the AC power cords until all connections are completed.
Inserting Batteries into Remote Control
Insert two AA(R6) batteries according to the + and signs on the battery compartment. To use the remote control, point it directly at your receiver.
Do not use your set immediately after transferred from a cold place to a warm place: there is risk of condensation. Do not expose your set to water projections and excessively high temperatures. After having disconnected your set, clean the case with a soft cloth, or with a slightly humid chamois leather. Never use strong solvents.

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Connecting to Audio-Visual Components

This receiver allows you to connect to a large variety of audio or video components.
Protect your Components from Overheating
Do not block ventilation holes in any component. Arrange the components so that air can circulate freely. Do not stack components directly on top of each other. Allow adequate ventilation when placing your components in a stand. Place an amplifier near the top shelf of the stand so heating air rising from it will not affect other components. If you have a satellite receiver, you should place it on the top shelf.

Before you Connect

Protect components from power surges. Connect all components before plugging any power cords into the wall outlet. Always turn off the receiver and/or components before you connect or disconnect any cables. Contact consumer relations if you have questions concerning the connections or components. Note: Always make sure that color-coded pins match the color of the terminals in which they are inserted. The connection cable plugs and jacks are color-coded as follows: Speaker Terminals: RT 2250 - Red/Black (Main Speakers), Blue/Black (Center Speaker), Grey/Black (Rear Speakers) and Brown/Black (subwoofer). RT2250R - Red/ Black (Main, Center & Rear Speakers) RCA Phono Type Terminals: Red for the right (R) channel. White for the left (L) channel. Yellow for the video. Black for the powered subwoofer.

Positioning the Cables

Cables should be positioned correctly to avoid audio hum or interference. Below are a few suggestions: Insert all cable plugs into their jacks firmly. Place audio/video cables to the sides of the receivers back panel instead of straight down the middle after you have connected the components. Try not to coil any power cables and keep them away from the audio/video cables as much as possible. Make sure all antennas and cables are properly grounded.

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EN Connecting to Audio-Visual Components
If you have a SAT receiver or DVD player, you can make use of an optical digital connecting cord (not supplied) or coaxial digital connecting cord (not supplied) to enjoy Dolby Digital sound quality. One optical / coaxial cable is needed for each SAT receiver / DVD player. When optical or coaxial cable is used, no more analog cable is needed. Note: This receiver provides one optical and one coaxial digital input for the connection of your auxillary components. Please connect your components (e.g. DVD, SAT or CD) to the appropriate digital inputs and press SET/ DEMO and then rotate MULTI JOG to match your connection.

Red/Black (Main Speakers), Blue/Black (Center Speaker) and Grey/ Black (Rear Speakers). When connecting the speakers, make sure the colors of speaker wires and terminals are matched. If the cords are reversed, the sound will be distorted and will lack bass.

CENTER SPEAKER

MAIN SPEAKERS
NOTE: Make sure the insulation is completely removed from the ends of the Antenna and speaker wires at all connection points.
Use this jack on the left back panel for connecting powered sub- woofer.

SURROUND SOUND SPEAKERS

If you want to enjoy full range of sound effects, with small speakers, it is a must to use the subwoofer with the speakers to maintain adequate bass signal for the surround sound effect. Speaker cords, 1 for each speaker, are needed for connection. Twist the stripped ends of speaker cord about 2/3 inch (15 mm). Press down on the tab to open the terminal and insert the wire. Snap the tab closed. To ease speaker connections, the speaker cords and the terminals are color-coded into:

Connecting the Subwoofer

For RT2250, connect the subwoofer with the audio cord (brown/ black) provided. For RT2250R, or if you want to connect your own powered subwoofer, a monoaural audio cord (not supplied) is needed. This receiver offers a high flexibility for user to use a large variety of speakers and subwoofers. For more information please refer to section Fine Setting of the Speakers in Advanced Sound Control on page 12.
Release tab to lock wire in the terminal.
At least two front speakers (left and right) are required. For better sound quality, Center speaker, rear speakers and Subwoofer are preferred. Adding center and rear speakers will enhance surround effects. Adding a Subwoofer will increase bass response.
Push Speaker terminal tab down to insert wire.

Connecting the Speakers

SUB WOOFER

SUB WOOFER SPEAKER

This part not available for RT2250R

RIGHT LEFT

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EN Positioning your Speakers
Your system is equipped with Dolby Digital, which enables the unit to reproduce sound effects as they were intended. However, the speakers must be properly positioned and balanced. In order to enjoy Dolby-enhanced sound quality, five speakers are preferred: One center speaker, left and right main speakers, rear left and right speakers, and an optional subwoofer. However, if your front speakers are small speakers, then a subwoofer is essential or you will not be able to enjoy enhanced bass effects. Below are a few suggestions for the set up: 1. The two main speakers should be set between six and ten feet apart. Putting them any closer or farther apart may result in less satisfactory sound. 2. Try to align center speaker and two main speakers, or set the center speaker slightly behind the left and right main speakers, otherwise the surround effect may be less satisfactory. 3. Aim the rear speakers directly at the two main speakers, matching height to height. If the room is sparsely decorated, slightly tilt the speakers down to increase sound quality. If the room is densely decorated, face the speakers towards the rear wall at the ceiling. to Fine Setting of the Speakers on page 12 & Speaker Distance on page 13

Main Left

Centro TV

Main Right

Optional Subwoofer

Rear Left

Rear Rigth
Actually there are many more possible options. You may experiment repeatedly to find a right balance for you. For more information on speaker setup, please refer
Dolby Digital Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Copyright 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Connecting for Power
Make sure you connect all your other electronic components and the speakers before plugging your receiver into the outlet. Plug the power cord in the wall outlet, matching the wide blade of the plug with the wide slot in the outlet. Be sure to insert the plug completely.

Using Headphones

To listen privately through your audio system, use the PHONES jack on the receiver. However, make sure you turn down the volume before you put on the headphones. Increase the volume to the desired level after headphones are in place. Once headphones are connected, HEADPHONE DOWNMIX 2 CHANNEL will scroll on display.

Demo Mode

Right after you have plugged in the power, a demo message will appear in display. It will also be displayed if you press the SET/DEMO at STANDBY mode or press a source button ( like CD) but then leave all buttons untouched for 30 seconds. To restore to normal status, press SET/DEMO again to return to STANDBY mode.
Restore to Factory Settings
You can always restore all settings back to original state. When the receiver is in STANDBY mode, press accordingly as: STADIUM NIGHT DSP OFF CLUB
then you can restore everything like preset radio station frequencies, speaker settings,etc, back to the first time you use it. Note: As you turn on the receiver, it will first enter TUNER mode and show frequency as 87.5MHz after the settings have been restored.

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STADIU

6 CH VCR-1

TEST/ SET UP PRESET EQ

BYPASS VCR-2

VCR 2 S-VIDEO VIDEO L AUDIO R

FM/ AM

HOME THEATER AUDIO VIDEO RECEIVER

Receiver Controls

1. STANDBY To turn the unit on/ off. When the system is turned on, the unit will go to the mode it was in before power off. 2. MUTE To mute all audio outputs.
7.DSP (Digital Sound Processor) & NIGHT mode Press corresponding button to select the mode (STADIUM/ CONCERT/ THEATER/ ARENA/ CHURCH/ CLUB/ OFF) you want. Press NIGHT for your enjoyment at night (see page 12). 8. MULTI JOG, SET/DEMO When pressing the SET/DEMO repeatedly, the display will toggle among Audio Source (for DVD, SAT & CD), SLEEP mode and DIM selection.
12. 6 CH (6 Channels) Press to select the input connected to an external 6-Channel decoder. Press again to return to the most recently selected source mode. (see 5.1 ch Input for Dobly Digital on page 11). 13. TEST/ SET UP When pressing it briefly, a short noise (test tone) will be generated in the speakers one by one so that you can adjust the volume of individual speaker. When keep pressing for two seconds, it will enter setup mode for speakers and subwoofers. Rotate the MULTI JOG to choose the options. (refer to The TEST/ SET UP button on page 12.) 14. PRESET EQ Press repeatedly to select the desirable EQ mode (music style) CLASSIC, POP, ROCK, JAZZ, VOCAL or FLAT. Your choice will be saved automatically. 15. BYPASS Press to cut sound output from center, surround & subwoofer speakers. 16. VCR2 For convenient use of your digital camera, family game machines, second VCR, etc. Note: If your video component has S-Video output, you can enjoy enhanced video quality by connecting it to the S-Video jack on receiver using a S-Video cable (not included).

3. PHONES Plug your headphones (not supplied) into it for your private enjoyment. Speakers will be off when phones are Please refer to page 12 for Input Signal Setting. In SLEEP mode, you inserted. can set the receiver to turn off after 30, 60, 90 or 120 minutes. In DIM 4. Source Buttons To select sound source. For example, selection, you can rotate to set the brightness of the display. Such setting CD, SAT etc. In standby mode, they are also One Touch Power On keys to will be stored. Also use the MULTI JOG for speakers and sub-woofers turn on the receiver directly at the setup and preset radio stations selecsource mode you want. tion. 5. Display To display current status of the receiv- 9. TUNING Press to select the tuner frequencies er. manually. 6. Sound Control 10. P. SCAN (Preset Scan) Let you adjust the sound volume, treble, bass & balance. To change the Press for about 2 seconds and tuner station presets will be started autoVOLUME, turn the large central matically. knob. To adjust TREBLE or BASS, press relevant button and turn the knob. To change the volume of indi- 11. SURR. MODE Press repeatedly to select the survidual speaker, press LEVEL button repeatedly to select the speaker, then round mode you want. ( refer to Advanced Sound Control on page turn the knob to adjust the level. ( refer to The TEST/ SET UP button 11.) on page 12.)

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Your Remote Control
Please be sure you have inserted the batteries into the remote control (see relevant section on page 3.) You can test it by pressing any button. If it works, the red LED will light.

VCR1 ON OFF TV

DVD6 CH VCR2 AMFM SATCABLE
1. ON/OFF To turn on or off the receiver and other auxillary components (see page 10 Using the Remote to Control Additional Components). 2. Source Buttons To turn on and select various audio/ video sources. You can also enter the 6 Channels direct input mode by pressing DVD6CH. 3. CH+, CH- (Channel Buttons) To select programmed stations (in TUNER mode). 4. VOL (Volume Buttons) To adjust the volume. 5. MUTE To mute all audio outputs. 6. Adjustment Buttons Press AUDIO button to activate the control, then upon pressing OK, the display will toggle among Preset EQ (Stereo only), SLEEP Mode & DIM Mode. When the display shows the setup you want to change, press the left and right arrow buttons beside OK button to make changes, then press OK to finalize your choice. 7. Number Buttons To access directly a pre-set station (in TUNER mode). 8. MENU Press to store desired frequency in memory. The flashing word MEMORY in red will appear in display. Input your desired channel num-

ber while the word is still flashing and the frequency will be stored. (For details, refer to "Storing and Recalling Stations in Memory" on page 10.) 9. Operation Buttons In TUNER mode, you can press REVERSE and FORWARD keys to tune down or up the radio frequency. PLAY, RECORD, STOP and PAUSE keys are for easy control of components (like CD, TV, DVD, TAPE, etc.) other than the receiver itself. What you need is to encode the components in advance. (For details, refer to "Using the Remote to Control AdditionalCcomponents" on page 10.) 10. DIGITAL Select the way your audio/video components are connected to the receiver Analog, Optical, or Coaxial. 11. LEVEL Press to adjust the volume of individual speaker. Press repeatedly and the display will toggle among different channels (Left main speaker, Right main speaker, Center speaker, Left surround speaker, Right surround speaker, and/or Subwoofer, if available), then press the left and right arrow buttons beside OK button for adjustment. 12. SURR (Surround Sound Control) Press to change the surround

ID GU E

INFORDS

K DISK

ANTFMS

INPUTSEEK

REVERSE PLAY FORWARD

RECORD

AUDIO DIGITALLEVEL SURR

u n i v e r s a l

sound settings. The display will toggle among DOLBY DIGITAL, DOLBY PRO LOGIC, DOLBY 3 STEREO, STEREO and DSP modes. (For details, refer to section "Advanced Sound Control" on page 11.) Note: The remote buttons GO BACKDISK, GUIDERDMPTY, INFORDS, CLEAR, INPUTSEEK & ANTFMS do not work with the receiver.

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EN The Built-in Radio
The receiver has 2 built-in AM/FM radio function. You can simply connect it to power and speakers to listen to your favorite radio stations.
TEST/ SET UP PRESET EQ BYPASS

VCR-2 S-VIDEO

VCR 2 VIDEO L AUDIO R
Storing and Recalling Stations in Memory

ON OFF

1. Select TUNER. 2. Tune to your favorite station. 3. Adjust volume. 4. Set preset EQ if needed 5. Set surround mode if needed.
Set to desired frequency by the receiver or remote control , then press MENU on the remote control. The flashing word MEMORY in red will appear in display. While the word MEMORY is still flashing, input your desired channel number and the frequency will be stored. Tip: You can store up to 30 stations.

MUTE RDMP

Seek Tuning

MENU CLEAR

You can keep pressing one of the TUNING buttons on the unit or REVERSE/ FORWARD buttons on the remote for a second, and the receiver will search for the next available station for you.
After you have done so, you can rotate the MULTI JOG on receiver or press CH+ or CH- buttons on remote to select the preset stations directly. Note: The CH+ and CH- buttons respond only in TUNER mode in case you want to switch channels.
Using the Receiver to Play DVD or CD or Video Cassette Player
After you have connected your DVD or CD or VCR player with the receiver, you can partly control them through your receiver: 1. Connect the DVD or CD or VCR player with the receiver. (For details, refer to page 4.) 2. Select DVD or CD or VCR according to the source connected. 3. Turn on the connected player and start playback. 4. Set Preset EQ if needed. (For details, refer to item 11 Preset EQ on page 8.) 5. Set Surround Mode if needed. (For details, refer to Advanced Sound Control on page 12) 6. Set Night Mode if needed. (For details, refer to Night Mode on page 12.) 7. Adjust Volume.
Using the Remote to Control Additional Components
You can set your remote to control other components (like CD, TV, DVD, TAPE, etc.). What you need is to encode them in advance (not necessary for recent RCA & Proscan models) 1. Turn on the component to be programmed. 2. Look up the brand and corresponding code number in the code list from page 15 to17. 3. While keeping the corresponding Source Button (like VCR1, VCR2, TV, DVD) on the remote pressed, enter the code from the code list through the Number Buttons. 4. Release the component button, then press ONOFF to see if the component will be turned off. 5. If this does not work, repeat steps 3 and 4 by trying to use the next code (if available) listed for the brand of your component until the component responds to

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the remote command. Note: Once your component is encoded, you can press ON/OFF on the remote once to turn off the component and then followed by the second time quickly to turn off the receiver (i.e. this unit). If you only want the receiver to be turned off, select FM/ AM while the unit is ON before pressing ON/OFF.
Tips: This remote may not operate all models of the brands shown. If batteries are removed from the battery compartment of the remote control, all memory will be lost. You need to reenter all previously programmed codes again. The buttons on the remote may not work correspondingly with those on the components brands. Experiment with the remote and your components to see which buttons work. If only a few functions operate, check to see if another code set will work with more buttons.
Sound Enhancement Systems
This receiver is equipped with several built-in sound enhancement systems to give you the sound quality you have once dreamed of but now comes true: arate channels of digital audio, and these six channels of independent digital audio are pressed to a single stream of digital data on your DVD. When you play it by your DVD player, the receiver decodes this stream of digital data back to six audio channels for playback. Dolby Digital is optimal for DVD and SAT. This unit is equipped with Dolby Digital 5.1-channel input terminal so that you can enjoy enhanced full digital surround sound. Being different from Dolby Pro Logic in which only four channels ( Front Left, Front Right, Centre and Rear ) are used, the new system provides stereo separation of the rear speakers (Rear-Right, Rear-Left ). These 5 channels, together with the subwoofer channel for bass sounds ( counted as 0.1 channel ), constitue as 5.1-Channel ( or 6 Channels ) Input for Dolby Digital that brings you the most sophisicated sound enjoyment. Press 6 CH on the unit or DVD6 CH button on the remote to select the input connected to an external 6channel decoder. Press again return to the most recently selected mode.You can only adjust Sound Control, SLEEP mode, DIM selection, Source Buttons and MUTE when this mode is selected.

Fine Setting of the Speakers
This receiver supports a wide range of speakers and subwoofers. For optimal surround sound enjoyment, you need to register the speaker selection settings of your audio system. If you buy this receiver with accompanied speaker package, then this step has been done for you. Also, to make the surround sound more effective and suit the acoustic conditions in your listening room, you need to delay the signal from some of the speakers. Such channel delay compensates for center or surround speakers that are closer to listening position than the front speakers. You can make use of the TEST/ SET UP button to control the speakers such as their relative loudness.
Fine Setting of the Components

Input IQ

One of the smartest features of the receiver is the ability to pre-select the best surround mode for you once you turn on the unit by pressing the Source Buttons (like DVD, SAT, CD) directly. The default surround modes for different components are as table below. If you decide to change the surround mode, you can press the SURR MODE button to change to the mode you want.
Source/ Input DVD SAT VCR1 VCR2 TV CD TAPE TUNER If Digital Input (optical or coaxial) is selected Dolby Digital Dolby Digital N/A N/A N/A STEREO N/A N/A If Analog Input is selected PRO LOGIC PRO LOGIC PRO LOGIC PRO LOGIC PRO LOGIC STEREO STEREO STEREO

The TEST/ SET UP button

You can adjust the relative loudness of the individual speakers by TEST/ SET UP button. In Dolby modes, press the button briefly. A short noise will be heard in the speakers one by one. The speaker having the noise at that moment will be shown in the display. You can listen to that speaker and rotate the MULTI JOG to adjust the level.
Speaker Configurations Input Signal Setting
The receiver has defaulted to the most convenient settings for your easiest use (see table). If your connection is different from the default setting, you can press SET/DEMO and then rotate MULTI You can also change the setup of the speakers by pressing the TEST/ SET UP button until the display shows L R L G which enables you to set the volume / R size of the front speaker.

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Front Speaker selection Center Speaker selection Surround Speaker selection Subwoofer selection Subwoofer Phase Front Speaker distance Centre Speaker distance Rear Speaker distance Large/ Small Large/ Small/ None Large/ Small/ None Yes/ No +/0-40 ft 0-40 ft 0-40 ft

Speaker Icons

The receiver shows you the speakers types and settings on the display with the following icons:

Small Main Speakers Large Main Speakers Small Center Speakers
By pressing the button repeatedly while display is still showing L R L G, the display will toggle among: front, / R center, surround, subwoofer, subwoofer phase and speakers distance setup. You can now set the volume size or speakers distance by rotating the MULTI JOG. Note: The sub-woofer selection will always be YES when the main speakers are set to small (SML). For the subwoofer phase setting, it will be affected by how you locate the subwoofer. Try both + and settings and select the one that has better bass effect.
Large Center Speakers Small Rear Speakers Large Rear Speakers Subwoofer Present
Displaying Program Formats
When a digital source is playing, the receiver will automatically switch to the proper surround mode and indicates on the speaker icons on the right-hand side of the display. (See diagram) It is important to note, however, that not all Dolby Digital sources are encoded with the full complement of five channels plus LFE*. Speaker icons show how many and which speaker you have enabled (See Fine Setting of the Speakers) and the letters inside the speaker icons show which channel is present in the source information. For example, the diagram shown means you have all the five speakers and subwoofer enabled and the digital sources you played have five channels plus LFE complemented.
* LFE stands for Low Frequency Effect. The indication LFE appears if the digital source contains LFE information. In this case, the bass signal will be delivered to the subwoofer, offering more dynamic deep bass sound effects. If the letter is flashing, the signal is either too weak or just gone.

Speaker Distance

To make the surround sound more effective and suit the acoustic conditions in your listening room, you need to input the distance of the speakers measured from your favourite listening position. The receiver will adjust the appropriate delay compensation for you.
Main Left Centre C ch L/R L/R Main Right

SUR Rear Left

SUR Rear Right
Note: The receiver has defaulted the following distances: Main speakers (L/R) 15 ft Center speaker (Cch) 15 ft Rear speaker (SUR) 10 ft

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EN Troubleshooting Tips

Receiver/Tuner Operation

STEREO indicator is off. Adjust the antenna. The signal is Mono. Severe hum or noise. The signal is too weak. Connect an external antenna. Disconnect the system from AC power before cleaning the exterior of the system with a soft dust cloth, or with a slightly humid chamois leather. Never use strong solvents. Specific instruments sound displaced. Check the connections between the receiver and the speakers if the sound does not match the video. Press the Source Button for the video source.

Cleaning the Exterior

Remote Control Operation
The remote control does not operate the unit. Another function mode is selected on the remote. Press the correct Source Button. No batteries installed. (included with your system) Install the batteries before attempting to operate the remote. Be sure to match the + and - ends of each battery to the symbols shown in the remote battery compartment. The batteries are weak. Replace all batteries. The remote is not pointed at the remote control sensor on the main unit or there is an obstacle between the remote and the main unit. The remote control is too far from the main unit, move closer.
Equipment Specifications:
AMPLIFIER SECTION: All 5 channels: each 50W at 6 ohm. 0.9% THD @1 kHz Subwoofer channel: 100w at 3 ohm (RT2250 only) Muting Attenuation: 65dB Frequency Response: 40Hz to 20kHz +/-3dB Signal to Noise Ratio: 65dB (Bypass mode) VIDEO SECTION: Input ( Sensitivity/ Impedance ):1Vp-p/ 75ohm Output (Level/ Impedance): 1Vp-p/ 75 ohm Frequency Response: 10Hz to 6MHz at +/- 3dB Signal to noise ratio: 40dB Crosstalk @3.58MHz: 40dB AM TUNER SECTION: Frequency Response: 80Hz 2kHz +/-6dB Usable Sensitivity: 800uV/m @ S/N 20dB Signal to Noise: 38dB Image Ratio: 27dB @ 1000kHz IF Rejection: 35dB FM TUNER SECTION: Frequency Response: 40Hz 15kHz +/-3dB Quieting: 24dBu Signal to Noise: 60dB(stereo)/ 65dB(mono) Image Ratio: 40dB IF Rejection: 50dB

General

No audio. Make sure the speakers are connected. Check the connections. Check the power cord connections. Make sure the MUTE indicator on the front panel is off. Make sure the digital setting (optical, coaxial or analog) is correct. No audio from one channel. Check the speaker level setting. Check the speaker wire or cable connections. Noise creates when the TV is turned on. The TV is too close to the audio system.

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CABLE CODES
ABC ANTRONIX ARCHER CABLETENNA CABLEVIEW CENTURY CITIZEN COLOUR VOICE COMTRONICS CONTEC EASTERN GARRARD GC ELECTRONICS GEMINI GENERAL INSTRUMENT HAMLIN HITACHI HYTEX JASCO JERROLD MAGNAVOX MEMOREX MOVIE TIME NSC OAK PANASONIC PARAGON PHILIPS PIONEER PULSAR RCA REALISTIC REGAL REGENCY REMBRANDT RUNCO SAMSUNG SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA SIGNAL SIGNATURE SL MARX SPRUCER STARCOM STARGATE STARQUEST TANDY TELEVIEW TOCOM TOSHIBA TUSA TV86 UNIKA UNITED ARTISTS UNITED CABLE UNIVERSAL VIDEOWAY VIEWSTAR ZENITH 5002, 5003, 5004, 5005, 5006, 5009, 5053 5008, 5009 5008, 5009, 5010, 5011 5012, 5013 5014, 5009 5018, 5019, 5020, 5021, 5022, 5035, 5003, 5005, 5007, 5018, 5023, 5024, 5046, 5026 5002, 5027, 5028 5002, 5027, 5028 5002, 5016, 5029 5048, 5011, 5012, 5013, 5019, 5025, 5030, 5031, 5032 5033, 5047, 5049, 5052 5009, 5049 5022, 5014, 5034 5006, 5036, 5037, 5038 5014, 5007, 5018, 5053 5014, 5004, 5023, 5008, 5009, 5053 5008, 5009, 5010, 5015, 5025, 5027, 5040 5026, 5050, 5051

VCR CODES

ADMIRAL ADVENTURA AIKO AIWA AKAI AMERICAN HIGH ASHA AUDIO DYNAMICS AUDIOVOX BELL & HOWELL BEAUMARK BROKSONIC CALIX CANDLE CANON CAPEHART CARVER CCE CITIZEN COLORTYME COLT CRAIG CURTIS-MATHES CYBERNEX DAEWOO DAYTRON DBX DIMENSIA DYNATECH ELECTROHOME ELECTROPHONIC EMERSON 2027 2002, 2026 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2111, 2112, 2013 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 2021, 2022, 2114 2020, 2027, 2061 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2061 2013, 2014, 2023, 2061 2000, 2002, 2009, 2013, 2016, 2018, 2021, 2022, 2024, 2015, 2017, 2019, 2025, 2026, 2027, 2028, 2009, 2002, 2026 2014, 2002, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2021, 2024, 2025, 2026, 2029, 2030, 2032, 2033, 2034, 2035, 2036, 2037, 2038, 2039, 2040, 2041, 2042, 2044, 2045, 2047, 2065, 2105, 2113, 2116, 2117, 2130 2011, 2023, 2048, 2049, 2050, 2051, 2052, 2118 2021, 2119 2002, 2000, 2001, 2013, 2021, 2022, 2053, 2115, 2120 2009, 2014, 2018, 2054, 2002, 2055, 2056, 2057, 2107, 2111, 2120, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2021, 2022, 2055, 2056, 2058, 2059, 2060, 2107, 2118 2055, 2056, 2111 2009, 2010, 2011, 2018, 2058, 2111, 2123 2009, 2010, 2011, 2016, 2018, 2058, 2111, 2014, 2021 2002, 2014 2021, 2022, 2062, 2063, 2104, 2108, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2016, 2018, 2021, 2058, 2062, 2021 2021

MAJESTIC MARANTS MARANTZ MEGATRON MEI MEMOREX MGA MIDLAND MINUTZ MITSUBISHI MONTGOMERY WARD MOTOROLA MTC MULTITECH MULTIVISION NAD NEC NIKKO NTC ONWA OPTIMUS OPTONICA ORION PANASONIC PHILCO
SYMPHONIC TANDY TATUNG TECHNICS TECHWOOD TEKNIKA
TELECAPTION TMK TOSHIBA TOTEVISION UNIVERSAL VICTOR VIDTECH VIKING WARDS

YAMAHA ZENITH

Satellite Receivers
CHAPPARAL 5056, 5057 DRAKE 5058, 5059 GE SATELLITE RECEIVER 5000, 5001 GENERAL INSTRUMENTS 5060, 5061, 5062 PANASONIC SATELLITE RECEIVER 5075 PRIMESTAR DBS 5076 PROSCAN SATELLITE RECEIVER 5000, 5001 RCA SATELLITE RECEIVER 5000, 5001 REALISTIC 5063 SONY SATELLITE RECEIVER 5072 STSSTSSTSSTSTOSHIBA 5068 TOSHIBA SATELLITE RECEIVER 5073 UNIDEN SATELLITE RECEIVER 5069

PHILIPS

PILOT PIONEER PORTLAND PRICE CLUB PRISM PROSCAN PROTON PULSAR PULSER QUASAR RADIO SHACK/REALISTIC RCA
RHAPSODY RUNCO SAMPO SAMSUNG SAMSUX SANSUI SANYO SCOTCH SCOTT SEARS
Audio (RCA/Dimensia only)
AM/FM AUX PHONO CD TAPE 4006

Laserdisc Players

PROSCAN RCA 2001 2001

SHARP SHOGUN SIGNATURE

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Accessories included 3 AM antenna (see Antenna) 5 ANTFMS button 9 Antenna AM antenna 5 FM antenna 5 ARENA button (see DSP mode) 8, 9 Audio codes 18 SAT (SAT6CH) button 8, 9 TAPE button 8, 9 TV button 8, 9 VCR 1 button 8, 9 VCR 2 button 8, 9
Rear Speaker distance 13 RECORD button (see Operation buttons) 9 Remote Control programming 10 Remote control buttons 9 REVERSE button (see Operation buttons) 9
GO BACKDISK button 9 GUIDERDMPTY button 9
S-Video Input 8 Second VCR 8 Seek Tuning 10 Sound Control 8 Speaker configurations 12 Speaker distance 12 Speaker icon 12 Speaker terminals, matching 5 Speakers, connecting 5 Speakers, positioning 6 Specifications, equipment 14 STANDBY button 8 Stations preset 8 recalling 10 storing in memory 10 STOP button (see Operation buttons) 9 Storing stations in memory 9 Subwoofer, connecting 5 SURROUND button 8, 9 Surround channel delay 13 Surround sound control 9

 

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