Sony STR-DE875 Manual
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|deepriver||2:01am on Tuesday, September 21st, 2010|
|Simply Remarkable DE875 The last reciver I purchased was the DE315, of which at the time was top of the line.|
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About area codes
The area code of the receiver you purchased is shown on the lower portion of the rear panel (see the illustration below).
Location of Parts and Basic Operations 25
Front Panel Parts Descriptions 25
MPEDANCE USE 8 16
IMPEDANCE USE 4 16
SWITCHED 120W/1A MAX AC 120V 60Hz
Enjoying Surround Sound
4-XXX-XXX-XX AA Area code
Any differences in operation, according to the area code, are clearly indicate in the text, for example, Models of area code AA only.
Selecting a Sound Field 31 Understanding the Multi-Channel Surround Displays 34 Customizing Sound Fields 36
Conventions The instructions in this manual describe the controls on the receiver. You can also use the controls on the supplied remote if they have the same or similar names as those on the receiver. The following icon is used in this manual: z Indicates hints and tips for making the task easier. This receiver incorporates Dolby* Digital and Pro Logic Surround and the DTS** Digital Surround System.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic and the double-D symbol a are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential unpublished Works. 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved. **Manufactured under license from Digital Theater Systems, Inc. US Pat. No. 5,451,942, 5,956,674, 5,974,380, 5,978,762 and other world-wide patents issued and pending. DTS, ES and DTS Digital Surround are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. Copyright 1996, 2000 Digital Theater Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Receiving Broadcasts 44
Direct Tuning 46 Automatic Tuning 46 Preset Tuning 47
Other Operations 48
Naming Preset Stations and Program Sources Recording 49 Using the Sleep Timer 50 Adjustment Using the SET UP Button 51 CONTROL A1 Control System 53 49
Troubleshooting 55 Specifications 57 Glossary 59 Table of settings using SURR, LEVEL, EQ, and SET UP buttons 60 Remote Button Description 63 Index 71
This chapter describes how to connect various audio and video components to the receiver. Be sure to read the sections for the components you have before you actually connect them to the receiver.
Check that you received the following items with the receiver: FM wire antenna (1) AM loop antenna (1) R6 (size-AA) batteries (2) Audio/video/control S connecting cord (1) Control S connecting cord (1) STR-DE975 only Remote commander RM-PP505L (remote) (1) STR-DE875 only Remote commander RM-PP505 (remote) (1)
1) For STR-DE975, you can display the SET UP, SURR, LEVEL and EQ parameters and the current sound field by pressing ON SCREEN.
Digital Component Hookups
Connect the digital output jacks of your DVD player and satellite tuner (etc.) to the receivers digital input jacks to bring the multi channel surround sound of a movie theater into your home. To enjoy full effect of multi channel surround sound, five speakers (two front speakers, two surround speakers, and a center speaker) and a sub woofer are required. You can also connect an LD player with an RF OUT jack via an RF demodulator, such as the Sony MOD-RF1 (not supplied).
TV or satellite tuner
Optical digital cords (not supplied)
Coaxial digital cord (not supplied)
When connecting a cord, be sure to match the color-coded pins to the appropriate jacks on the components. Yellow (video) White (L/audio) Yellow (video) White (L/audio) Red (R/audio)
DVD or LD player (etc.)*
When making digital audio connections to a DVD player, connect to either the coaxial OR optical digital jacks, and not both. It is recommended to make digital audio connections to the coaxial jack.
Example of LD player connected via an RF demodulator
Please note that you cannot connect an LD players DOLBY DIGITAL RF OUT jack directly to the receivers digital input jacks. You must first convert the RF signal to either an optical or coaxial digital signal. Connect the LD player to the RF demodulator, then connect the RF demodulators optical or coaxial digital output to the receivers OPTICAL or COAXIAL DVD/LD IN jack. Refer to the instruction manual supplied with your RF Demodulator for details on DOLBY DIGITAL RF hookups.
DVD/LD VIDEO IN
MULTI CHANNEL DECODING
VIDEO OUT LD player DOLBY DIGITAL RF OUT RF demodulator
DIGITAL DIGITAL DVD/LD IN DVD/LD IN (COAXIAL) (COAXIAL) (OPTICAL) or (OPTICAL)
MASTER VOLUME +
DISPLAY SURR DIMMER PRESET TUNING + TUNING + EQ
LEVEL SET UP NAME A CINEMA STUDIO EX B SOUND FIELD A.F.D. ENTER MODE 2CH C DIGITAL CONCERT HALL 6.1 CH DECODING A B INPUT MODE FUNCTION 2ND ROOM MUTING
PHONES ON SCREEN VIDEO 3 INPUT MEMORY SHIFT FM MODE FM AM
MULTI /2CH A. DIRECT
L AUDIO R
When making connections as shown above, be sure to set INPUT MODE (qa on page 27) manually. The receiver may not operate correctly if INPUT MODE is set to AUTO 2CH or AUTO MULTI CH.
Connect the digital output jacks of your MD or DAT deck to the receivers digital input jack and connect the digital input jacks of your MD or DAT deck to the receivers digital output jack. These connections allow you to make digital recordings of a CDs played back through your DVD (or LD player) and satellite broadcasts.
If you have a CONTROL A1 compatible Sony CD player, SACD player, tape deck, or MD deck Use a CONTROL A1 cord (not supplied) to connect the CONTROL A1 jack on the CD player, SACD player, tape deck, or MD deck to the CONTROL A1 jack on the receiver. Refer CONTROL-A1 Control System on page 53 and the operating instructions supplied with your CD player, SACD player, tape deck, or MD deck for details.
If you make CONTROL A1 connections from the receiver to an MD deck that is also connected to a computer, do not operate the receiver while using the Sony MD Editor software. This may cause a malfunction.
If you have a Sony CD changer with a COMMAND MODE selector If your CD changers COMMAND MODE selector can be set to CD 1, CD 2, or CD 3, be sure to set the command mode to CD 1 and connect the changer to the CD jacks on the receiver. If, however, you have a Sony CD changer with VIDEO OUT jacks, set the command mode to CD 2 and connect the changer to the VIDEO 2 jacks on the receiver.
CTRL S IN CTRL S STATUS IN
S-VIDEO IN S-VIDEO IN CTRL S OUT CTRL S OUT S-VIDEO OUT S-VIDEO IN
VIDEO OUT VIDEO IN
AUDIO IN AUDIO IN
Connecting the AC power cord
Hooking Up the Components Before connecting the AC power cord of this receiver to a wall outlet: Connect the speaker system to the receiver (see page 16). Connect the AC power cord(s) of your audio/video components to a wall outlet. If you connect other audio/video components to the AC OUTLET(s) on the receiver, the receiver will supply power to the connected component(s), allowing you to turn the whole system on or off when you turn the receiver on or off.
Make sure that the total power consumption of the component(s) connected to the receivers AC OUTLET(s) does not exceed the wattage stated on the rear panel. Do not connect high-wattage electrical home appliances such as electric irons, fans, or TVs to this outlet.
Hooking Up and Setting Up the Speaker System
This chapter describes how to hook up your speaker system to the receiver, how to position each speaker, and how to set up your speakers to enjoy multi channel surround sound.
SET UP Jog dial
Brief descriptions of buttons and control used to set up the speaker system
To change the test tone mode, press the cursor buttons ( or ) to select the mode you want. Mode
The test tone output
The test tone is output from each speaker in sequence. The test tone is output from two speakers at a time in sequence. (There is no sound output from the sub woofer.) You can also adjust the balance between speakers. You can adjust the speaker levels while listening to the source (not the test tone). Turn on the connected component, start playing, then turn FUNCTION to select the component (except connected to the MULTI CH IN jacks). The sound for the front L/R speakers is output from the surround R/L speakers. You can adjust the level of surround speakers from the listening position.
You cannot select 2CH SWAP when 2CH A. DIRECT is selected (qh on page 28).
Adjusting the speaker level
Use the remote while seated in your listening position to adjust the level of each speaker.
This receiver incorporates a new test tone with a frequency centered at 800 Hz for easier speaker level adjustment.
Adjust the LEVEL parameters so that the level of the test tone from each speaker sounds the same when you are in your main listening position. Press LEVEL to adjust the balance and level of speakers. For details on the LEVEL menu, see page 37. While adjusting, the test tone is output from the speaker whose adjustment is performed. Press TEST TONE again to turn off the test tone.
You can adjust the level of the all speakers at the same time. Turn MASTER VOLUME on the main unit or press MASTER VOL +/ on the remote.
Press ?/1 to turn on the receiver. Press TEST TONE on the remote. TEST TONE appears in the display and you will hear the test tone from each speaker in sequence.
The adjusted value are shown in the display during adjustment. Although these adjustments can also be made via the front panel using the LEVEL menu (when the test tone is output, the receiver switches to the LEVEL menu automatically), we recommend you to follow the procedure described above and adjust the speaker levels from your listening position using the remote.
Before You Use Your Receiver
Checking the connections
After connecting all of your components to the receiver, do the following to verify that the connections were made correctly.
1/u MASTER VOLUME
Theres no sound from a specific component. , Check that the component is connected correctly to the audio input jacks for that component. , Check that the cord(s) used for the connection is (are) fully inserted into the jacks on both the receiver and the component. No sound is heard from one of the front speakers. , Connect a pair of headphones to the PHONES jack to verify that sound is output from the headphones (see wh SPEAKERS button and PHONES jack on page 29). If only one channel is output from the headphones, the component may not be connected to the receiver correctly. Check that all the cords are fully inserted into the jacks on both the receiver and the component. If both channels are output from the headphones, the front speaker may not be connected to the receiver correctly. Check the connection of the front speaker which is not outputting any sound. If you encounter a problem that is not included above, see Troubleshooting on page 55.
Press ?/1 to turn on the receiver. Turn on the component that you connected (e.g., CD player or tape deck). Rotate FUNCTION to select the component (program source) and start playing it. Rotate MASTER VOLUME to turn up the volume.
If you do not obtain normal sound output after performing this procedure, look for the reason in the following checklist and take the appropriate measures to correct the problem. There is no sound no matter which component is selected. , Check that both the receiver and all components are turned on. , Check that the volume level on the display is not set to VOLUME MIN by turning the MASTER VOLUME. , Press SPEAKERS button if SP. OFF appears on the display. , Check that all speaker cords are connected correctly. , Press MUTING if MUTING appears on the display. , Check that the headphones are not connected to the PHONES jack. No sound will come from the speakers if the headphones are connected. , Check that the receiver is not in Demonstration Mode (see page 18).
Location of Parts and Basic Operations
This chapter provides information about the locations and functions of the buttons and controls on the front panel. It also explains basic operations.
Front Panel Parts Descriptions
1 ?/1 switch Press to turn the receiver on and off. 2 DISPLAY button Press repeatedly to change the information on the display window as follows:
v Index name of the component or the preset station* v FUNCTION button indication or frequency** v Sound field applied to the program source
* Index name appears only when you have assigned one to the component or preset station (see page 49). Index name does not appear when only blank spaces have been entered, or it is the same as the function button. ** Frequency appears only when the tuner is selected.
3 DIMMER button Press DIMMER repeatedly to adjust the brightness of the display (5 steps). When set to the dimmest setting, the display and the blue LED are turned off. However, when you press any button, the display becomes the brightest setting temporary.
Front Panel Parts Description
4 The following buttons operate the built-in tuner. For details, see Receiving Broadcasts starting from page 44. PRESET TUNING +/ buttons Scan all preset stations. TUNING +/- buttons Scan all the available radio stations. MEMORY button Press to memorize a preset station. SHIFT button Selects a memory page for preset stations. FM MODE button If STEREO flashes in the display and the FM stereo reception is poor, press this button. You will not have the stereo effect but the sound is improved. FM button Selects the FM band. AM button Selects the AM band. 5 MULTI CHANNEL DECODING indicator This indicator lights up when the unit is decoding signals recorded in a multi channel format.
CINEMA STUDIO EX
DIGITAL CONCERT HALL
Selecting a Sound Field
You can enjoy surround sound simply by selecting one of the pre-programmed sound fields according to the program you want to listen to.
Press SOUND FIELD MODE. The current sound field is indicated in the display. Turn the jog dial or press the cursor buttons ( or ) to select the sound field you want. See the table starting on page 32 for information on each sound field.
EQUALIZER Jog dial SOUND FIELD buttons MULTI/2CH A. DIRECT
Brief descriptions of buttons used to enjoy surround sound
LEVEL button: Press to customize the level parameters. SURR button: Press to customize the surround parameters in the current sound field. EQ button: Press to customize the equalizer parameters in the current sound field. Cursor buttons ( / ): Use to select parameters after pressing the LEVEL, SURR, EQ or SET UP buttons. Jog dial: Use to adjust parameters and select sound fields (etc.). SOUND FIELD buttons: A.F.D. button: Press to set the receiver to automatically detect the type of audio signal being input and perform proper decoding (if necessary). MODE button: Press to activate the sound field selection mode. 2CH button: Press to output sound from only the front (left and right) speakers. EQUALIZER button: Turns the equalizer effect on or off. CINEMA STUDIO EX buttons: Press to select CINEMA STUDIO EX A~C sound field. MULTI/2CH A. DIRECT: Press to input the analog signal without digital processing. When this function is on, the equalizer and sound field (etc.) are turned off. DIGITAL CONCERT HALL buttons: Press to select DIGITAL CONCERT HALL A~B sound field.
To turn the sound field off Press A.F.D., 2CH or MULTI/2CH A. DIRECT (page 33).
When sound signals with a sampling frequency of 96 kHz are input, the sound signals are output in stereo automatically, and the sound field is turned off.
z You can identify Dolby Surround-encoded software by looking at the packaging
Dolby Digital discs are labeled with the logo, and Dolby Surround encoded programs are labeled with the A logo.
z 6.1 channel matrix decoding
Some movies released after the summer of 1999 added a new channel to its preexisting 5.1 channel. The new channel added speakers behind the listening position. In the movie theaters, these speakers are placed on the rear wall, on each side of the projection rooms window. The 6.1 channel system used in the movie theaters is called Dolby Surround EX system. However, to record on movie films, this 6.1 channel is converted to 5.1 channel using matrix encoding, and the same number of channels are used as Dolby Digital and DTS recordings. Recordings on the DVD also use the same signals. A lot of movie theaters screen movie with matrix encoded 5.1 channel signals and this is not unnatural to the ears. However, when a matrix decoder is used to create surround center speaker signals, this simulates the same 6.1 channel sound as Dolby Surround EX system in the movie theaters. This unit is equipped with the matrix decoder allowing for 6.1 channel sound production. With Virtual 3D technology, the surround back signals can be enjoyed even without an actual surround back speaker. When the center speaker is not used, it is possible to use this channel to output surround back signals. Particularly with 6.1 CH DECODING, speakers placed on rear and side walls in the movie theaters are virtually created. As reflections and reverberations are also simulated, you can enjoy powerful sounds as if in the movie theater that uses Dolby Surround EX system.
These parameters may not operate depending on the source or adjustments. For details, see each item in Adjusting the level parameters (page 37). 2) When these sound fields are selected, there is no sound output from the SUB WOOFER terminal if your front speaker size is set to LARGE. However, sound will be output from the sub woofer if the digital input signal contains L.F.E. signals.
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2CH A.F.D. NORMAL SURROUND CINEMA STUDIO EX A CINEMA STUDIO EX B CINEMA STUDIO EX C SEMI CINEMA STUDIO EX A SEMI CINEMA STUDIO EX B SEMI CINEMA STUDIO EX C NIGHT THEATER MONO MOVIE STEREO MOVIE V. MULTI DIMENSION VIRTUAL MULTI REAR V. SEMI M. DIMENSION VIRTUAL ENHANCED A VIRTUAL ENHANCED B DIGITAL CONCERT HALL A DIGITAL CONCERT HALL B CHURCH OPERA HOUSE JAZZ CLUB DISCO/CLUB LIVE HOUSE ARENA STADIUM GAME HEADPHONE (2CH) HEADPHONE (DIRECT) HEADPHONE THEATER MULTI CH IN 2CH ANALOG DIRECT PCM96K z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z
EQ BASS FREQ
> MID FREQ
FRONT MID GAIN
> TREBLE FREQ
z z z z z z
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2CH A.F.D. NORMAL SURROUND CINEMA STUDIO EX A CINEMA STUDIO EX B CINEMA STUDIO EX C z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z
EQ BASS FREQ CENTER MID GAIN MID FREQ TREBLE GAIN
> > TREBLE FREQ
SEMI CINEMA STUDIO EX A SEMI CINEMA STUDIO EX B SEMI CINEMA STUDIO EX C NIGHT THEATER MONO MOVIE STEREO MOVIE V. MULTI DIMENSION VIRTUAL MULTI REAR V. SEMI M. DIMENSION VIRTUAL ENHANCED A VIRTUAL ENHANCED B DIGITAL CONCERT HALL A DIGITAL CONCERT HALL B CHURCH OPERA HOUSE JAZZ CLUB DISCO/CLUB LIVE HOUSE ARENA STADIUM GAME HEADPHONE (2CH) HEADPHONE (DIRECT) HEADPHONE THEATER MULTI CH IN 2CH ANALOG DIRECT PCM96K
2CH A.F.D. NORMAL SURROUND CINEMA STUDIO EX A CINEMA STUDIO EX B CINEMA STUDIO EX C SEMI CINEMA STUDIO EX A SEMI CINEMA STUDIO EX B SEMI CINEMA STUDIO EX C NIGHT THEATER MONO MOVIE STEREO MOVIE V. MULTI DIMENSION VIRTUAL MULTI REAR V. SEMI M. DIMENSION VIRTUAL ENHANCED A VIRTUAL ENHANCED B DIGITAL CONCERT HALL A DIGITAL CONCERT HALL B CHURCH OPERA HOUSE JAZZ CLUB DISCO/CLUB LIVE HOUSE ARENA STADIUM GAME HEADPHONE (2CH) HEADPHONE (DIRECT) HEADPHONE THEATER MULTI CH IN 2CH ANALOG DIRECT PCM96K z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z
Rotate FUNCTION to select the tuner. The last received station is tuned in. Tune in the station that you want to preset using Direct Tuning or Automatic Tuning (page 46). Press MEMORY. MEMORY appears in the display for a few seconds. Do Steps 4 to 6 before MEMORY goes out. Press SHIFT to select a memory page (A, B or C). Each time you press SHIFT, the letter A, B or C appears in the display. Select a preset number by pressing PRESET TUNING + or PRESET TUNING. If MEMORY goes out before you press the preset number, start again from Step 3. Press MEMORY again to store the station. If MEMORY goes out before you can store the station, start again from Step 3. Repeat Steps 2 to 6 to preset another station.
Using the preset codes
Rotate FUNCTION to select the tuner. The last received stations is turned in. Press SHIFT to select a memory page (A, B or C), then press the preset number of the station you want using the numeric buttons on the supplied remote.
To change a preset number to another station Do Steps 1 to 6 to preset the new station to the number.
Jog dial ENTER
Brief descriptions of buttons that appear in this chapter
NAME button: Press to name preset stations or program sources. Jog dial: Use to select characters when naming preset stations or program sources. Cursor buttons ( / ): Use to move the cursor when naming preset stations or program sources. FUNCTION control: Rotate to select the tuner or other source. SET UP button: Press to enter the set up mode. ENTER button: Press to enter the completed name of the preset station or program source.
Naming Preset Stations and Program Sources
You can enter a name (index name) of up to 8 characters for preset stations and program sources. These names (for example, VHS) appear in the receivers display when a station or program source is selected. Note that no more than one name can be entered for each preset station or program source. This function is useful for distinguishing components of the same kind. For example, two VCRs can be specified as VHS and 8MM, respectively. It is also handy for identifying components connected to jacks meant for another type of component, for example, a second CD player connected to the MD/TAPE jacks.
Your receiver makes it easy to record to and from the components connected to it. You dont have to connect the playback and recording components directly to each other: once you select a program source on the receiver, you can record and edit as you normally would using the controls on each component. Before you begin, make sure youve connected all components properly.
No sound or only a very low-level sound is heard from the surround speakers. , Make sure the sound field function is on (press SOUND FIELD MODE). , Select the appropriate center mode (see pages 31 33). , Adjust the speaker volume (see page 23). , Make sure the surround speaker size parameter is set to either SMALL or LARGE (see page 20). No sound is heard from the sub woofer. , Make sure the sub woofer is set to YES (see page 20). , Check that 2CH mode has not been selected (see page 33). Dolby Digital or DTS multi channel sound is not reproduced. , Check that the playing DVD, etc. is recorded in Dolby Digital or DTS format. , When connecting the DVD player, etc. to the digital input jacks of this receiver, check the audio setting (settings for the audio output) of the connected component. Recording cannot be done. , Check that the components are connected correctly. , Select the source component by rotating FUNCTION control. , When recording from a digital component, make sure the input mode is set to ANALOG 2CH FIXED (see page 27) before recording with a component connected to the analog MD/DAT or TAPE terminals (STR-DE975) or the analog MD/ TAPE terminals (STR-DE875). , When recording from a digital component, make sure the input mode is set to COAXIAL FIXED or OPTICAL FIXED (see page 27) before recording with the component connected to the DIGITAL MD/DAT OUT terminals (STR-DE975) or the DIGITAL MD/TAPE OUT terminals (STR-DE875). Radio stations cannot be tuned in. , Check that the antennas are connected securely. Adjust the antennas and connect an external antenna if necessary. , The signal strength of the stations is too weak (when tuning in with automatic tuning). Use direct tuning. , Make sure you set the tuning interval correctly (when tuning in AM stations with direct tuning) (see pages 46 and 58). , No stations have been preset or the preset stations have been cleared (when tuning by scanning preset stations). Preset the stations (see page 47). , Press DISPLAY so that the frequency appears in the display.
The surround effect cannot be obtained. , Make sure the sound field function is on (press SOUND FIELD MODE). Nothing appears on the display. , When the display turns off after the receiver is turned on, press DIMMER to change the display mode. No picture or an unclear picture appears on the TV screen or monitor. , Select the appropriate function on the receiver. , Set your TV to the appropriate input mode. , Move your TV away from the audio components. The remote does not function. , Point the remote at the remote sensor g on the receiver. , Remove any obstacles in the path between the remote and the receiver. , Replace both batteries in the remote with new ones, if they are weak. , Make sure you select the correct function on the remote. , If the remote is set to operate the TV only, use the remote to select a source or component other than TV before operating the receiver or other component.
Usable sensitivity 11.2 dBf, 1 V/75 ohms S/N Mono: 76 dB Stereo: 70 dB
Inputs Video: 1 Vp-p 75 ohms S-video: Y: 1 Vp-p 75 ohms C: 0.286 Vp-p 75 ohms Video: 1 Vp-p 75 ohms S-video: Y: 1 Vp-p 75 ohms C: 0.286 Vp-p 75 ohms
Power consumption Models of area code U: STR-DE975: 270 W In standby condition: 0.9 W STR-DE875: 260 W In standby condition: 0.9 W Models of area code CA: STR-DE975: 350 VA In standby condition: 0.9 W STR-DE875: 340 VA In standby condition: 0.9 W AC outlets 2 switched, total 120 W/1A Max 430 157.mm (1/4/8 in.) including projecting parts and controls
Harmonic distortion at 1 kHz Mono: 0.3% Stereo: 0.5% Separation 45 dB at 1 kHz
Frequency response 30 Hz - 15 kHz +0.5/2 dB Additional Information Selectivity 60 dB at 400 kHz
Mass (Approx.) 9.5 kg (20 lbs. 16 oz.) Supplied accessories See page 4. For details on the area code of the component you are using, see page 3. Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
System Tuner section: PLL quartz-locked digital synthesizer system Preamplifier section: Low-noise NF type equalizer Power amplifier section: Pure-complementary SEPP
AM tuner section
Tuning range With 10-kHz tuning scale: 530 - 1710 kHzc) With 9-kHz tuning scale: 531 - 1710 kHzc) Antenna Loop antenna
Power requirements 120 V AC, 60 Hz
Intermediate frequency 450 kHz Usable sensitivity 50 dB/m (at 1,000 kHz or 999 kHz) S/N 54 dB (at 50 mV/m)
Surround sound Sound that consists of three elements: direct sound, early reflected sound (early reflections) and reverberative sound (reverberation). The acoustics of the surrounding space affect the way these three sound elements are heard. Surround sound combines these sound elements in such a way that you actually can sense the size of the venue, as well as its type.
Types of sound
Early reflections Reverberation
Dolby Digital This sound format for movie theaters is more advanced than Dolby Pro Logic Surround. In this format, the surround speakers output stereo sound with an expanded frequency range and a sub woofer channel for deep bass is independently provided. This format is also called 5.1 because the sub woofer channel is counted as 0.1 channel (since it functions only when a deep bass effect is needed). All six channels in this format are recorded separately to realize superior channel separation. Furthermore, since all the signals are processed digitally, less signal degradation occurs. Digital Cinema Sound This is the generic name of the surround sound produced by digital signal processing technology developed by Sony. Unlike previous surround sound fields mainly directed at the reproduction of music, Digital Cinema Sound is designed specifically for the enjoyment of movies. Additional Information
TITLE/GUIDE AV MENU ON SCREEN (STR-DE975 only) MAIN MENU
TV/VIDEO SEARCH MODE CLEAR
TV/VCR DVD player DVD player
VCD player WIDE -/-TV TV/VCR
U/u/I/i U/u I/i ENTER / EXEC EXIT/RETURN MASTER VOL +/
DVD player VCR/SAT Receiver Receiver DVD player/ VCR/SAT DVD player VCR/SAT Receiver
SUB CH +/* VOL +/ POSITION* MUTING (with PAUSE) SWAP* P IN P* A. F. D. MODE +/ 2CH PRESET
TV TV TV TV TV TV Receiver Receiver Receiver Receiver
* Only for Sony TVs with the picture-in-picture function.
RM-PP505 only Remote Button
AUX MD/TAPE INPUT MODE
Receiver Receiver Receiver
To listen to an audio equipment. To listen to Minidisc or audio tape. Selects input mode for your digital components.
Some functions explained in this section may not work depending on the model of the receiver. The above explanation is intended to serve as an example only. Therefore, depending on the component the above operation may not be possible or may operate differently than described. The /10, /11, /12, 3RD, NIGHT MODE and AUDIO SPLIT functions are not available for set operation.
TEST TONE EQ/TONE
RM-PP505L only Remote Button
TAPE MD/DAT MACRO 1 MACRO 2
To listen to audio tape. To listen to Minidisc or DAT. To perform several commands in sequence automatically.
Selecting the command mode You can switch the command mode (AV1 or AV2) of the remote. If the command mode of the receiver and the remote is different, you cannot use the remote to operate the receiver. Press 1 (AV1) (or 2 (AV2)) while pressing down USE MODE. The indicator lights once (twice for AV2), then the command mode switches. Setting to the 2nd room mode. (STR-DE975 only) You can use the remote to select the function for the 2nd room (2nd room mode). You can use the function buttons only for the 2nd room. Press 2ND ROOM while pressing down USE MODE. (STR-DE975 only) The indicator lights for a while, then the mode switches to the 2nd room mode.
Tips (STR-DE975 only)
If you press a function button while pressing down 2ND ROOM, you can select the function for the 2nd room even though the mode is not set to the 2nd room mode. If you press 2ND ROOM only, you can output the source signal of the current function of the receiver to the amplifier in the 2nd room.
RM-PP505 and RM-PP505L
Selecting the mode of the remote
Set the remote mode using the USE MODE button and the remote mode buttons.
To check the mode of the remote Press USE MODE. You can check the remote by the indicator. Mode
Press MACRO1 or MACRO2 (in which the IR code you want to clear is programmed) while pressing down USE MODE. Press the numeric button to select the macro step number you want to clear. Press VIDEO 1. Hold down MACRO1 or MACRO2 for more than 2 seconds. The IR code is cleared. The indicator lights twice slowly, then the remote automatically exits the macro setting mode.
To start macro play Press MACRO1 (or MACRO2).
If the Macro Play function does not work properly, program a delay between each operation. See To delay the output of an IR code.
To program the operation (IR code) of the receiver, press the button for the operation. Buttons that can be programmed: SLEEP, ?/1, 2ND ROOM, A.F.D., MODE +/, 2CH, PRESET, TEST TONE, NIGHT MODE, EQ, MULTI/ 2CH A. DIRECT, ON SCREEN, MUTING, MAIN MENU, MASTER VOL +/ When programmed successfully, the indicator lights twice slowly, then the remote automatically exits the macro setting mode.
Repeat steps 1 through 3 to program up to 10 IR codes.
To program a function switch, press the same function button twice in step 3. If programming is unsuccessful, check the following: If the indicator does not light up in step 1, the batteries are weak. Replace both batteries. If the indicator lights 4 times in quick succession in step 3, an error has occured. Start again from step 1.
The indicator turns off while a valid button is pressed.
Adjusting brightness of the display 25 speaker volumes 23 surround parameters 36 Automatic tuning 4
Hookups MULTI CH IN Input 11 AC power cord 14 antennas 5 audio components 6 digital components 9 CONTROL Aspeaker system 15 video components 8
Scanning preset stations. See Preset tuning radio stations. See Automatic tuning Selecting component 27 sound field 31 Sleep timer 50 Sound field adjustable parameters 39 customizing 38 pre-programmed resetting 38 selecting 31 Speakers adjusting speaker volume 23 connection 16 placement 19 Supplied accessories 4 Surround sound 30 43
Basic receiver operations Batteries 4
Changing display 25 effect level 36 Checking the connections 24 Clearing receivers memory 18 Connecting. See Hookups CONTROL A1 13, 53 Customizing sound fields 36
I, J, K
Indexing. See Naming
Labeling. See Naming
Naming preset stations 49 program sources 49
Demonstration mode 18 Digital Cinema Sound 59 Direct tuning 46 Dolby Digital 59 Dolby Pro Logic Surround 59 Dubbing. See Recording
Parameter 36, 39 Preset stations how to preset 47 how to tune 46 Preset tuning 47
Test tone 23 Troubleshooting 55 Tuning automatically 46 directly 46 preset stations 47
E, F, G
Editing. See Recording Effect level 36
Receiving broadcasts automatically 46 directly 46 preset stations 47 Recording on an audio tape or MD 49 on a video tape 50
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Type of differences
Up the Components
Antenna Hookups 5 Audio Component Hookups Video Component Hookups Digital Component Hookups MULTI CH IN Hookups 11 Other Hookups 12
Up and Setting System 15
5 audio inputs 4 audio inputs
Speaker System Hookup 16 Performing Initial Setup Operations Multi Channel Surround Setup 19 Before You Use Your Receiver 24
The area code of the receiver you purchased is shown on the lower portion of the rear panel (see the illustration below).
of Parts and Basic 25
Descriptions 25 Parts
4-XXX-XXX-XX AA Area code
Any differences in operation, according to the area code, are clearly indicate in the text, for example, "Models of area code AA only". Conventions The instructions in this manual describe the controls the receiver. You can also use the controls on the on
Selecting a Sound Field 31 Understanding the Multi-Channel Displays 34 Customizing Sound Fields 36
supplied remote if they have the same or similar names as those on the receiver. The following icon is used in this manual: "_Indicates hints and tips for making the task easier. This receiver incorporates Dolby* Digital and Pro Logic Surround and the DTS** Digital Surround System.
* Manufacturrd "Dolby', undrr licenseft_)m Dolby Labor_tories.
Direct Tuning 46 Automatic Tuning Preset Tuning 47
Naming Preset Stations and
Program Sources 49
Recording 49 Using the Sleep Timer 50 Adjustment Using the SET UP Button CONTROL AIII Control System 53
"Pn_ Logic" and the _h_uble-D symbol 1"113 trademarks of art Works. 1992-1997 Dolby Labor_tories.
Dolby Laboratories. Confidential unpublished All rights rrserved.
Troubleshooting Specifications Glossary 59 Table of settings UP buttons Remote Index Button 71
using 60 SURR,
**Manltfacttm'd ttn&r license from Digital Theater Systems, Inc. US Pat. No. 5,451,942, 5,956,674, 5,974,380, 5,978,762 and other world-wide patents issued and pending. "DTS", "ES'" and "DTS Digital Surn_und" art rrgisterrd trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. Copyright 1996, 2000 Digital Theater Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
to the VIDEO
2 jacks on the
Before connecting wall outlet: Connect 16).
cord of this receiver
system to the receiver
Connect the AC power cord(s) of your audio/video components to a wall outlet. If you connect other audio/video components to the AC OUTLET(s) on the receiver, the receiver will supply power to the connected component(s), allowing you to turn the whole system on or off when you turn the receiver on or off.
Caution Make sure that the total power consumption of the component(s) connected to the receiver's AC OUTLET(s) does not exceed the wattage stated on the rear panel. Do not connect high-wattage electrical home appliances this outlet. such as electric irons, fans, or TVs to
Hooking Up and Setting Up the Speaker System
This chapter describes how to hook up your speaker system to the receiver, how to position each speaker, and how to set up your speakers to enjoy multi channel surround sound.
SET UP Jog dial
5" Brief descriptions of buttons and control used to set up the speaker system
SET UP button: specifying speaker Press to enter types tile setup mode when c "o o.
Use to select parameters
tile SET L)P button.
Use to adjust tile setting of each parameter. "o
Speaker cords (not supplied) One for each front, surround, and center speaker Front speaker (R) Front speaker (L)
Monaural audio cord (not supplied) One for an active woofer Black _ _ Black
K( _ C
Active sub woofer Surround speaker
Initial setting : LARGE If you connect large speakers that will effectively reproduce bass frequencies, select "LARGE". Normally, select "LARGE". However, if the front speakers are set to "SMALL", you cannot set the surround speakers to "LARGE". If the sound is distorted, or you feel a lack of surround effects when using multi channel surround sound, select "SMALL" to activate the bass redirection circuitry and output the surround channel bass frequencies from the sub woofer or other "LARGE" speakers. If you do not connect surround speakers, select "NO".3
"_" "1 -*3 correspond to the following Dolby Pro Logic modes ,1 NORMAL ,2 PHANTOM ,STEREO
from that speaker. On the
other hand, if you are using a large speaker, but prefer not to have bass frequencies "SMALL". If the overall to "LARGE". equalizer 38. sound from that speaker, set it to
level is lower than you prefer, set all speakers bass, you can use the the equalizer see page
If there is not enough
to boost the bass levels. To adjust
Initial setting : YES If you connect a sub woofer, select "YES". If you do not connect a sub woofer, select "NO". This activates the bass redirection circuitry and outputs the LFE signals from other speakers. In order to take full advantage of the Dolby Digital bass redirection circuitry, we recommend setting the sub woofer's cut off frequency as high as possible.
(FRONT XX.X) to the fn_nt
"V About speaker N This receiver
distances position in terms of can
Initial setting : 16 feet (5.0 meter) Set the distance from your listening position (left or right) speaker (O on page 19). Center speaker distance
allows you to input the speaker
distance. ]However, it is not possible to set the center speaker farther away than the front speakers. Also, the center speaker not be set more that 5 feet (1.5 meters) closer than the front speakers.
Initial setting : 16 feet (5.0 meter) Set the distance from your listening position to the center speaker. Center speaker distance should be set from a distance equal to the front speaker distance (O on page 19) to a distance 5 feet (1.5 meters) closer to your listening position (Q on page 19). When this range is exceeded, the display blinks. If you make the setting while the display blinks, you cannot fully enjoy the surround effect. Surround speaker distance (SURROUND XX.X)
left and right of the listening fields will not be effective parameter Nevertheless, "BEHIND" the listening right. Therefore, "Surround although speaker is set to "SIDE". each listening or "MIDDLE" position,
unless the surround environment if your speakers
has many variables, results using high above left and to the that and are located
such as wall reflections,
and you may obtain better
even if they are to the immediate it may result in a setting contrary
we recommend software
you playback Choose surround "BEHIND" speaker
listen to the effect each setting the setting that provides and that best succeeds sound the front speakers.
has on your listening a cohesive speakers distance
environment. the from
a good sense of spaciousness space between and the sound parameter
from the surround
If you are not sure which sounds to obtain proper balance,
best, select and
and then use the speaker
Front speaker crossover (FRONT SP > XXX Hz)
3 To change the test tone mode, press the cursor
buttons (< or >) to select the mode you want.
Mode The test tone output The test tone is output speaker in sequence. from each
Initial setting : STD (120Hz) Lets you adjust the front speaker bass crossover when the front speakers are set to "SMALL". Center speaker crossover (CENTER SP > XXX Hz) frequency
3: 0 0
Initial setting : STD (120 Hz) Lets you to adjust the center speaker bass crossover frequency when the center speaker is set to "SMALL".
The test tone is output from two speakers at a time in sequence. (There is no sound output from the sub woofer,) You can also adjust between speakers. the balance
c "o D.
Surround speaker crossover (SURROUND SP > XXX Hz)
Initial setting : STD (120 Hz) Lets you adjust the surround speaker bass crossover frequency when the surround speakers are set to "SMALL". Surround back crossover BACK SP > XXX Hz) frequency (SURR
You can adjust the speaker levels while listening to the source (not the test tone). Turn on the connected component, start playing, then turn FUNCTION to select the component (except corm ected to the MU U]'I CH IN jacks). The sound for the front L/R speakers is output from the surround R/L speakers. You can adjust the level of surround speakers from the listening position,
LEVEL button Press to activate the speaker level parameters (page 37). The indicator on the button lights up and you can adjust the various balance, surround speaker level parameters balance, etc.). (front
ON SCREEN button (STR-DE975 only) Press to turn the on-screen display on or off (page 8). Press to display the current sound field, and the parameters for SURR, LEVEL, EQ, and SET UP. Press again to turn off the on-screen display.
SPEAKERS button Press SPEAKERS button PHONES jack
to ON. Press again to OFE
Connects headphones. When you connect the headphones, no sound will come from the speakers and "SP. OFF" lights up in the display.
This chapter describes how to set up the receiver to enjoy surround sound. You can enjoy multi channel surround when playing back software encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS.
You call take advantage selecting modes. mov_e
one of tile receiver's
Tile}" bring tile exciting and powerful sound of theaters and concert halls rata your home. You can the sound modes to obtain surround at d_fferent the sound parameters. sound modes. you
also customize desire The
by changing receiver contains sound movie
the various a variety modes
The cinema playing with back
are designed (DVD, sound
for use when LD, etc.) encoded or Dolbv sound, Pro some Logic. of found
the surround sound effects
these modes also provide m movie theaters. The wrtual of the Sony processing the actual several The sound Digital modes Cinema
contain Sound shift
apphcatlons signal away from of
locations speakers. modes
(etc.) sound audio sources
for use with They you add
and TV broadcasts. s_gnal to make
to the source
feel as ff
you were m a concert hall or stadium (etc.). Use these sound modes with two-channel sources hke CD and stereo broadcasts of sports about programs the sound or musical modes, concerts. see pages
Igor more 32-33.
A.F.D. The "Auto Format Decoding" sound mode presents the sound exactly as _t was encoded, without adding any reverbera t_on (etc.).
DCS The When Sound" DCS home (Digital sound (Digital sound these Cinema with Sound) DCS marks use DCS technology. "Digital up. technolog,v the DSP the studio m for Cinema
are selected, hghts
indicator is the concept theater Signal
automatically detect the type of audio signal being input and perform proper decoding (if necessary). MODE button: Press to activate selection rood e. 2CH button: Press to output the sound field
EX system. is converted
on movie films, this 6.1 and DTS
to 5.1 channel
using matrix encoding,
the same number
are used as Dolby Digital
recordings. Recordings A lot of movie theaters 5.1 channel
on the DVD also use the same signals. screen movie with matrix encoded to the ears. However, center speaker as Dolby for 6.1 the sound
signals and this is not unnatural the same 6.1 channel in the movie theaters. with the matrix decoder
when a matrix decoder
is used to create surround
sound from only the
signals, this simulates Surround channel surround surround possible Particularly EX system sound This unit is equipped
front (left and right) speakers. EQUALIZER button: Turns the equalizer effect on or off.
back signals can be enjoyed back speaker. When to use this channel to output
even without surround speakers are virtually
CINEMA STUDIO EX buttons: STUDIO EX ANC sound field.
Press to select CINEMA
the center speaker
is not used, it is back signals. placed on rear created. As you can enjoy
with 6.1 CH DECODING, and reverberations sounds EX system.
and side walls in the movie theaters
MULTI/2CHA. DIRECT:Press to input the analog signal without digital processing. When this function is on, the equalizer and sound field (etc.) are turned off.
DIGITAL CONCERT HALL buttons: Press to select DIGITAL CONCERT HALL ANB sound field.
reflections powerful Surround
are also simulated,
as if in the movie theater that uses Dolby
a Sound Field
STEREO MOVIE Creates a theater like environment with stereo sound tracks. NORMAL SURROUND V. MULTI DIMENSION Dimension) Software with multi channel surround audio signals is played back according to the way it was recorded. Software with 2 channel audio signals is decoded with Dolby Pro Logic to create surround effects. CINEMA STUDIO EX A-C 1)2)
from movies recorded
Uses 3D sound imaging of VI MULTI DIMENSION to create 5 sets of virtual speakers surrounding the listener from a single pair of actual surround speakers. You can reproduce the 6.1 channel surround sound by creating the virtual surround back speaker through the "VIRTUAL MATRIX 6.1" playback function ( on page 28). 0
Initial setting: (depends on sound mode) Lets you adjust the "presence" of the current effect. Wall type (WALL SIH)
Initial setting:Midpoint Lets you control the level of the high frequencies to alter the sonic character of your listening environment by simulating a softer (S) or harder (H) wall. The midpoint designates a neutral wall (made of wood). Reverberation (REVERB SlL)
O I,Q U_ C 0 C D Q. 0 C D Q.
Position your speakers and do the procedures described in "Multi Channel Surround Setup" starting on page 19 before you customize a sound field.
Initial setting:Midpoint Lets you control the spacing of the early reflections to simulate a sonically longer (L) or shorter (S) room. The midpoint designates a standard room with no adjustment. Front reverberation (FRONT REVERB)
The SURR menu contains parameters that let you customize various aspects of the current sound field. The settings available in this menu are stored individually for each sound field.
Initial setting : STD This parameter can be used when "DIGITAL CONCERT HALL A, B" is selected. This parameter lets you adjust the amount of reverberations to add to the front signals according to the original reverberations in the source. To increase front reverberations, select "WET". To decrease front reverberations, select "DRY". Screen depth (SCREEN DEPTH)
1 Start playing a program source encoded with multi
channel surround sound.
Initial setting : MIlD In a movie theater, sound seems to come from inside the image reflected on the movie screen. This parameter allows you to create the same sensation in your listening room by shifting the sound of the front speakers "into" the screen. "DEEP" provides the greatest amount of screen depth. Virtual speaker (VIR. SPEAKERS)
2 Press SURR.
The button displayed. lights up and the first parameter is
3 Press the cursor buttons (< or _) to select the
Note If "STEREO" does not appear at all even when the FM broadcast to turn on the "STEREO"
MODE: :If "STEREO" flashes in the display and the stereo reception is poor, press this button to improve sound. You will not be able to enjoy stereo effect but sound will be less distorted.
is received indication.
press this button
FM: Press to select the FM band.
TV/SAT i PHONO
AM: Press to select the AM band.
Uses for memorizing
SHIFT: Press to select a memory page (A, B, or C) for presetting radio stations or tuning to preset stations.
I/I i,,,I1 I/I
- SUB CH + POSITION SWAP
Rotate to select the tuner or other
D, SKIP/ VOL MUTING PINP CN/PRESET
On the remote:
MULTI[2CH A. DIRECT
D. TUNING: Press this button to enter a frequency using the numeric buttons. Numeric buttons: Press to enter a numeric
value when radio stations,
inputting the frequency directly, presetting or tuning to preset stations.
For details descriptions page 45.
on the buttons of buttons used in this section, see "Brief on
used in this section, see "Brief on
For details on the buttons descriptions page 45. of buttons
used to receive broadcasts"
1 Rotate FUNCTION to select the tuner.
The last received station is tuned in.
2 Press FM or AM to select the FM or AM band. 3 Press D.TUNING on the remote. 4 Press the numeric buttons on the remote to enter
the frequency. Example1: FM 102.50 MHz
2 Press FM or AM to select the FM or AM band. 3
Press TUNING + or TUNING -. Press the + button to scan from low to high; press the button to scan from high to low. When the receiver band Scanning is repeated reaches either end of the
in the same direction. whenever a station is
Example 2: AM 1350 kHz (You don't have to enter the last "0" when the tuning is set to 10 kHz) interval
The receiver received.
4 To continue scanning, press TUNING + or TUNING If you cannot tune in a station entered numbers flash and the again.
If "MEMORY" goes out before you can store the station, start again from Step 3. 7 Repeat Steps 2 to 6 to preset another a preset number to another station. station
Do Steps I to 6 to preset the new station to the number.
/ooooo_ 7000 o -__t
Jog dial ENTER
Brief descriptions in this chapter
Use to select
Cursor buttons (< naming
Use to move tile cursor sources.
FUNCTION sou rce.
SET UP button:
tile set up mode.
ENTER button: preset stahon
Naming Preset Stations Program Sources
Your receiver makes it easy to record to and from the components connected to it. You don't have to connect the playback and recording components directly to each other: once you select a program source on the receiver, you can record and edit as you normally would using the controls on each component. Before you begin, make sure you've components properly. connected all FUNCTION
You can enter a name (index name) of up to 8 characters for preset stations and program sources. These names (for example, "VHS") appear in the receiver's display when a station or program source is selected. Note that no more than one name can be entered for each preset station or program source. This function is useful for distinguishing components of the same kind. For example, two VCRs can be specified as "VHS" and "8MM", respectively. It is also handy for identifying components connected to jacks meant for another type of component, for example, a second CD player connected to the MD/TAPE jacks.
1 To name a preset station
Rotate FUNCTION to select the tuner. The last station you received is tuned in.
To name a program source Select the program source (component) to be named, then go to Step 3.
2 Tune in the preset station you want to create an
index name for. If you are not familiar with how to tune in preset stations, see "Tuning to preset stations" on page 47.
(program source) I Playback component
_=_: ---_: Audio signal flow Video signal flow
(tape deck, MD deck, I Recording component VCR)
3 Press NAME. 4 Create an index name by using the jog dial and
cursor buttons: Turn the jog dial to select a character, move the cursor To insert to the next position. then press > to You can record on a cassette tape or MiniDisc using the receiver. Refer to the instruction manual of your cassette deck or MD deck if you need help.
case, you may not be able to record record a digital
audio signal using a component OUT (STR-DE875
to the analog TAPE OUT (STR-DE975 audio
DAT OUT (STR-DE975 only) or MD/TAPE only) jacks. 'lb record a digital component Sound or DIGITAL MD/TAPE adjustments TAPE OUT (STR-DE975 only) or MD/TAPE * When MUKH/2CH signals are not output No signals output OPTICAL to the DIGITAL MD/DAT
OUT (STR-DE975 only) jacks.
OUT (STR-DE875 only) or MD/DAT
do not affect the signal output
OUT (STR-DE875 only) jacks. A. DIRECT is set to MUKH DIRECT, audio from REC OUT jacks. OUT jacks (MD/DAT OPTICAL A. DIRECT only) or MD/TAPE from I)IGITAL
OUT (STR-DE875 only) when you set MUU'I/2CH to 2CH A. DIRECT.
Using the SET UP Button
The SET UP button allows you to make the following adjustments other than specifying the speaker parameters. When set to "ON", the sound field that was last applied to a program source is automatically applied whenever it is selected. For example, if you listen to CD with STADIUM as the sound field, change to a different program source, then return to CD, STADIUM will be applied again. If you do not want to use this function, set to "OFF". The default setting is "ON".
This parameter lets you enjoy the appropriate surround sound from the surround channels. The default setting is "AUTO".
1 Press SET UP. 2 Press the cursor buttons (< or >) to select
"6.1 CH DECODING". 3 Turn the jog dial to select "AUTO", "ON" or "OFF".
1 Press SET UP. 2 Press the cursor buttons (< or _) to select "S.
FIELD LINK". 3 Turn the jog dial to select "ON" or "OFF".
Notes You can set this parameter front panel. When set to "AUTO", decoding decoding using 6.1 CH DECODING performs on the matrix
6.1 channel flag is ON.
only if 6.1 channel only if the surround decode
signals decode performs
When set to "ON", the receiver of the 6.1 channel flag.
signals are 2 channel, does not perform is always decoding
When set to "OFF", the receiver matrix decoding. During "A.E.D/' this parameter the setting. matrix you cannot surround surround without change
6.1 channel and
set to "AUTO",
Lets you turn on the receiver automatically when the component connected via CONTROL A1 cords (see page 12) is turned on and the playback is started. When set to "OFF", you can save the power consumption of the receiver during standby mode. The default setting is "ON".
In this case, however, with the new functions. control
will not be compatible Do not operate CONTROL personal contrary
a 2 way remote running
unit when the via a PC interface or similar kit to a
A11I jacks are connected the connected
Also, do not operate the application
in a manner
to the functions to operate
of the application, incorrectly.
as this may cause MD deck
CONTROL A1 II and CONTROLA1 compatibility The CONTROLA1 CONTROLA1 Components components 300 disc CD changer control system has been updated system to the
On CONTROL A1 jacks and connections lit is possible to make connections between CONTROL A1 and CONTROL AIII jacks. For details regarding particular connections or setup options, refer to the Operating Instructions supplied with the component(s). About the connecting cord
IXwhich is the standard with CONTROLA1 with CONTROL
in the SONY with to
and other recent Sony components. jacks are compatible A1 II, and can be connected
each other. Basically, the majority of the functions available with the CONTROL A1 control system will be available with the CONTROL with CONTROL A1 iX control system. between components with CONTROL ]However, when making A1 IX jacks, the number connections of functions
A1 jacks and components
that can be controlled
may be limited depending on the component. For detailed information, refer to the Operating Instructions supplied with the component(s).
Some CONTROL A1 compatible components are supplied with a connecting cord as an accessory. In this case, use the connecting cord for your connection. When using a commercially available cord, use a monaural (21') mini-plug cord less than 2 meters long, with no resistance (like the Sony RK-G69HG).
CONTROL AIII Control
The CONTROL A1 lI functions will operate as long as the component you want to operate is turned on, even if all of the other connected components are not turned on. Automatic function selection
When you connect a CONTROL A1 lI compatible Sony amplifier (or receiver) to other Sony components using monaural mini-plug cord s, the function selector on the amplifier (or receiver) automatically switches to the correct input when you press the play button on one of the connected components.
Note When you assign a component to the MONITOR without button, you can the
In step 2, if several pressed selected button
In step 3, if a function
and the programming
beginning of step 3. For the numeric codes, only the first three numbers valid.
1"o clear the memory
of the remote
To clear all programmed and learned signals, do the following to reset the remote to factory settings. Press I/V, AV I/(_ and MASTER VOL - at the same time. The indicator flashes 3 times, then goes off.
operate the programmed function of the receiver.
Press AV I/_ The indicator
while pressing down USE MODE. lights.
Pressthe function button (including MONITOR) for the component you want to control. For example, press CD. if you are going to control a CD player,
The numeric codes corresponding to the component and the maker of the component
Use the numeric Sony conponents is normally that codes and in the tables also Sony below to control that the non-
Pressthe numeric buttons to enter the numeric code (or one of the codes if more than one code exists) corresponding to the component and the maker of the component you want to control. See the and the the the tables on pages 67 and 68 for information on numeric code(s) corresponding to the component the maker of the component (the first digit and last two digits of the numeric code correspond to ca tegory and the maker' s cod e respectively.)
remote signal model code
to control. accepts differs
the remote on the
depending than If you
and year may
of the component, to a component. using
one numeric fail to try using
be assigned remote
program your other cod es. Notes The numeric component
one of the codes,
codes are based on the latest information There is a chance, however, that your will not respond to some or all of the codes.
for each brand.
Press ENTER. Once the numeric code has been verified, the indicator slowly flashes twice and the remote automatically exits the programming mode.
Demonstration mode 18 Digital Cinema Sound 59 Direct tuning 46 Dolby Digital 59 Dolby Pro Logic Surround Dubbing. See Recording
Parameter 36, 39 Preset stations how to preset 47 how to tune Preset tuning 47
Test tone 46 47
Editing. See Recording Effect level 36 Receiving broa d ca st s automatically 46 directly 46 preset stations 47 Recording on an audio tape or MD on a video tape 50
Troubleshooting Tuning automatically directly 46 preset stations
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