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TV/VCR Hookups (7) Speaker System Hookups (6) TV Front speaker (L) VCR LD player Active woofer Front speaker (R)
When to replace batteries
Under normal use, the batteries should last for about 6 months. When the remote no longer operates the amplifier, replace both batteries with new ones.
Rear speaker (L)
CD player Tuner Tape deck DAT/MD deck Turntable Audio Component Hookups (5)
Rear speaker (R)
Do not leave the remote in an extremely hot or humid place. Do not use a new battery with an old one. Do not expose the remote sensor to direct sunlight or lighting apparatuses. Doing so may cause a malfunction. If you dont use the remote for an extended period of time, remove the batteries to avoid possible damage from battery leakage and corrosion.
Video camera recorder Video game TV/VCR Hookups (7)
Before you get started
Turn off the power to all components before making any connections. Do not connect the mains leads until all of the connections are completed. Be sure to make connections firmly to avoid hum and noise. When connecting an audio/video cable, be sure to match the color-coded pins to the appropriate jacks on the components: Yellow (video) to Yellow; White (left, audio) to White; and Red (right, audio) to Red.
Audio Component Hookups
This section describes how to connect your audio components to the amplifier. For specific locations of the jacks, see the illustration below.
REC OUT IN
If your turntable has an earth lead
To prevent hum, connect the earth lead to the y ground terminal on the amplifier. TUNER CD DAT/MD TAPE
What cords will I need?
Audio cords (not supplied) (1 for each CD player, tuner and turntable; 2 for each tape deck, DAT deck, or MD deck) White (L) Red (R) White (L) Red (R)
Where do I go next?
If you have two VCRs connect the second one to the VIDEO 2 jacks. Amplifier
VIDEO OUT VIDEO IN VIDEO
VIDEO IN VIDEO
What cables will I need?
Audio/video cable (not supplied) (1 for each TV or LD player; 2 for each VCR)
Video camera recorder or Video game
Yellow White (L) Red (R) Yellow White (L) Red (R) Use the VIDEO 3 INPUT jacks on the front panel. Video camera recorder/ Video game
Video cable (not supplied) (1 for a TV monitor) Yellow Yellow Amplifier
VIDEO 3 INPUT
The arrow indicates signal flow. TV tuner
S VIDEO VIDEO L AUDIO R
You can play decoded Dolby Digital AC-3 soundtracks through the speakers connected to the amplifier.
If you have a Dolby Digital AC-3 decoder you can amplify a decoded Dolby Digital AC-3 soundtrack with the following connections (see page 9 for details regarding operation).
5.1 INPUT FRONT REAR CENTER
Dolby Digital AC-3 decoder (etc.)
PRE OUT REAR CENTER FRONT
If you are using your TV as a monitor, do not connect anything to the TV IN jacks. Amplifier
Go on to the next section to connect an AC plug and completeyourhometheatresystem.
Connecting the mains lead
Connect the mains lead from this amplifier and from your audio/video components to a wall outlet. If you connect other audio components to the SWITCHED AC OUTLET on the amplifier, the amplifier can supply power to the connected components so you can turn on/off whole system when you turn on/off the amplifier.
SWITCHED AC OUTLET
Before You Use Your Amplifier
Before you start using your amplifier, make sure that you have: Turned MASTER VOL to the leftmost position (0). Selected the appropriate speaker system. (For details, see Selecting the speaker system on page 6.) Set BALANCE to the centre position. Turn on the amplifier and check the following indicator. Press MUTING on the remote if the MUTING indicator turns on.
/ to a wall outlet
Make sure that the power consumption of the component connected to the amplifiers AC outlet does not exceed the wattage indicated on the rear panel. Do not connect highwattage electrical home appliances such as electric irons, fans, or TVs to this outlet.
Before you use the amplifier, go to the next section to make sure that all the controls are set to the appropriate positions.
Select a video source (TV, LD, VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, or VIDEO 3) then press 5.1 INPUT, the indicator on the button lights up. The amplifier memorizes 5.1 INPUT on/off setting independently for each source.
Turn on the component, for example, a CD player, and then start playing. Turn MASTER VOL to adjust the volume. To adjust the volume of the TV's speakers, use the volume control on the TV.
Using the remote
The remote lets you operate the amplifier and the connected Sony components that can be controlled with the remote commander.
If you use a Sony TV
When you press TV to watch a TV programme, the TV turns on and switches to the TV input. The TV also turns on automatically and switches to the appropriate video input when you press VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2. If the TV does not switch to the appropriate input automatically, press TV/VIDEO on the remote.
Watching TV without the amplifier (for Sony TVs only)
Press TV CONTROL ON to set the remote to operate TV functions only (see Remote Button Descriptions on page 27 for details). When you press this button, the TV turns on and switches to the TV input. If the TV does not automatically switch to the TV input, press TV/ VIDEO.
TV CONTROL ON
(Press to set remote to operate TV only)
SYSTEM CONTROL/ FUNCTION
Press one of the SYSTEM CONTROL/ FUNCTION buttons to select the component you want to use. The amplifier and the selected component turn on. The SYSTEM CONTROL/FUNCTION buttons on the remote are factory-set as follows: To listen to or watch
Records Radio programmes Compact Discs (CD) Digital Audio Tapes (DAT) or MiniDiscs (MD) Audio tapes TV programmes Video tapes
Indexing Programme Sources
This feature is useful when, for example, you have more than one VCR: you can label one VCR as VHS and label the other as 8mm. Then, you can have the amplifier display the index names so you can tell which VCR you are using. This feature also comes in handy if you connect a component to jacks designed for another component (for example, connecting a second CD player to the DAT/MD jacks or a DVD player to the LD jacks).
PHONO TUNER CD DAT/MD
FUNCTION TAPE TV VIDEO 1 (VTR 3*) VIDEO 2 (VTR 1*) VIDEO 3 (VTR 2*) LD 5.1 INPUT DISPLAY DPC MODE CHARACTER POSITION
Laser discs Decoded Dolby Digital AC-3 programmes
* Sony VCRs are operated with a VTR 1, 2, or 3 setting that correspond to Beta, 8mm, and VHS respectively.
If you want to change the factory setting of a button
See page 20.
If the component does not turn on
Press the power switch on the component.
Start playing. Refer to Remote Button Descriptions on page 27 for details.
To turn off the components
Press SYSTEM OFF. This will also turn off the video and audio components connected to the SWITCHED AC OUTLETs on the back of this unit at the same time.
Select the FUNCTION you want to label. Press DPC MODE repeatedly until the INDEX indicator lights up. Create an index name by using the DIGITAL PROCESSING CONTROL knobs as follows: Turn CHARACTER to select a character, then turn POSITION to move the cursor to the next position.
To insert a space, turn CHARACTER until a blank space appears in the display, the space is between " and A.
Recording on an audio tape or MiniDisc
You can record on a cassette tape, Digital Audio Tape or MiniDisc using the amplifier. See the instruction manual of your cassette deck, DAT deck, or MD deck if you need help.
Turn FUNCTION to select the programme source to be recorded. Set the component to be ready for playing. For example, insert a CD into the CD player. Insert a blank tape into the recording deck and adjust the recording level, if necessary. Start recording on the recording deck and then start playing the component. You can monitor the sound being recorded
If you connected a 3-head tape deck to the TAPE MONITOR jacks, press TAPE MONITOR. TAPE appears in the display and you can hear the sound being recorded.
The index is stored automatically. If youve made a mistake
Turn POSITION until the character you want to change flashes. Then select the right character.
You can display either the index or function name
Each time you press DISPLAY, the display switches between the function name and the index name.
This amplifier makes it easy to record to and from the components connected to the amplifier. You dont have to connect playback and recording components directly: once you select a programme source on the amplifier, 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.
When you record on a DAT or MD connected to the DAT/ MD REC OUT jacks, sound adjustments do not effect the recording.
Recording on a video tape
You can record from a VCR, a TV, or a LD player using the amplifier. You can also add audio from a variety of audio sources when editing a video tape. See your VCR or LD players instruction manual if you need help.
Turn FUNCTION to select the programme source to be recorded. Set the component to be ready for playing. For example, insert the laser disc you want to record from into the LD player. Insert a blank video tape into the recording VCR (VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2). Start recording on the recording VCR and then start playing the video tape or laser disc you want to record.
c Playback component (programme source) : Audio signal flow c: Video signal flow c Recording component (tape deck, DAT deck, MD deck, VCR)
Replacing audio while copying a video tape or laser disc
You can add audio from a variety of sources when editing a video tape. See your VCR or LD players instruction manual if you need help.
Using the Sleep Timer
You can set the amplifier to turn off automatically at a time you specify.
Turn FUNCTION to select the video programme source to be recorded. Press MODE repeatedly so that AUDIO MODE appears in the display. The current video signal is fixed and you can select audio from any other source (except 5.1 INPUT) whithout changing the current video signal. Use FUNCTION (or TAPE MONITOR) to select the audio you desire.
If you want to change the video programme selected in step 1, press MODE to select VISUAL MODE and you can select video from another source while maintaining the current audio signal.
Press SLEEP on the remote while the power is on. Each time you press SLEEP, the time changes as shown below.
n 2:00:00 n 1:30:00n 1:00:00 n 0:30:00 n OFF
Prepare the respective video and audio sources for playback. Insert a blank video tape into the recording VCR. Start recording on the recording VCR and then start playing both the video and audio sources you want to record.
The display dims after you specify the time. You can freely specify the time
Press SLEEP first, then specify the time you want using DIGITAL PROCESSING CONTROL buttons , , , or. The sleep time changes in 1 minute intervals. You can specify up to 5 hours.
If you do not select the audio or video source within 8 seconds of pressing MODE, the AUDIO MODE or VISUAL MODE is cancelled and the audio or video source will not be fixed. In this case, press MODE again to display the mode you desire. The mode changes as follows: VISUAL MODE / AUDIO MODE / off
You can check the time remaining before the amplifier turns off
Press SLEEP. The remaining time appears in the display.
To record other audio on a specific part of video
1 Pause the video the point where you want to record the other audio. 2 Press MODE to select AUDIO MODE, then use FUNCTION (or TAPE MONITOR) to select the audio source you desire. 3 Start recording on the recording VCR, release the pause mode and start playing the audio source you want to record. To resume recording the sound of the original playback source, press the SYSTEM CONTROL/FUNCTION button on the remote for that component.
The TA-VA8ES is provided with a variety of surround features which allow you to listen to a wide range sources in surround sound. It is also equipped with several adjustable parameters to let you customize the sound to your preference.
Using Pre-programmed Sound Fields
You can take advantage of surround sound simply by selecting one of the pre-programmed sound fields according to the programme you want to play.
SOUND FIELD ON/OFF GENRE MODE
To use a pre-programmed sound field
See Using Pre-programmed Sound Fields on this page. This section describes how to recall the sound fields and provides a description of each sound field.
To take advantage of Dolby Pro Logic Surround sound
See Getting the Most Out of Dolby Pro Logic Surround Sound on page 15. This section describes how to adjust the levels of your speaker system and customize the PRO LOGIC sound fields.
Press SOUND FIELD ON/OFF to turn on the sound field. One of the indicators lights up in the display. Press GENRE to select the type of sound field you desire. Press MODE to select the mode you desire from the respective genre. Refer to the chart shown on the next page.
2 To create your own sound field
See Taking Advantage of the Sound Fields on page 16 and Customizing the Sound Fields on page 17. Taking Advantage of the Sound Fields describes how the various parameters affect the sound. Customizing the Sound Fields describes how adjust the parameters and provides a chart showing which parameters are available in each sound field.
The sound of the centre channel is output from the front speakers. The sound of the rear channel is output from the front speakers. The bass sound of the centre channel is output from the front speakers (because a small speaker cannot produce enough bass). For wide range Dolby Pro Logic Surround sound to all speakers.
LEVEL DPC MODE
Front and centre speakers, no rear speaker
3 CH LOGIC (3 Channel Logic)
Front and rear speakers, and a small centre speaker
GENRE SOUND FIELD ON/OFF MODE DPC MODE DIGITAL PROCESSING CONTROL
9 ( p P r
REAR LEVEL (+/) CENTER LEVEL (+/)
Front and rear WIDE speakers, and a centre speaker equivalent to your front speakers
Adjusting the speaker volume
The test tone feature lets you set the volume of your speakers to the same level. (If all of your speakers have equal performance, you dont have to adjust the speaker volume.) Using the controls on the remote lets you adjust the volume level from your listening position.
Press TEST TONE on the remote. You will hear the test tone from each speaker sequentially.
Adjust the volume levels so that you hear the test tone from each speaker at the same volume level when you are in your listening position: To adjust the volume between the front right and front left speakers, use the BALANCE control on the front of the main unit. To adjust the level of centre speaker, press CENTER LEVEL + or on the remote. To adjust the level of rear speakers, press REAR LEVEL + or on the remote. Press TEST TONE on the remote to turn off the test tone. You can adjust all speakers at one time
Adjust MASTER VOL.
Taking Advantage of the Sound Fields
This amplifer uses digital signal processing to reproduce the sound effects of various listening environments, such as a movie theatres and concert halls (etc.). By adjusting the surround parameters you can control these sound elements to create a custom listening environment.
Room Size Simulation (ROOM SIZE)
Before sound reaches our ears, it is reflected many times between the left and right walls, ceiling, and floor. In a large room, sound takes more time to bounce from one surface to another than in a smaller room. The ROOM SIZE parameter lets you control the spacing of the early reflections to simulate a sonically larger (L), or smaller (S) room. The mid-point designates a standard room with no adjustment.
Adjusting the delay time
You can make the surround sound more effective by delaying the output from the rear speakers (delay time). You can adjust the delay time in 0.1 ms steps within the range of 15 to 30 ms. For example, if youve placed the rear speakers in a large room or apart from your listening position, set the delay time shorter.
Wall Material Simulation (WALL TYPE)
When sound is reflected off soft material, such as curtain, the high frequency elements are reduced. A hard wall is highly reflective and does not significantly affect the frequency response of the reflected sound. The WALL TYPE parameter 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 mid-point designates a neutral wall (made of wood).
Start playing a programme source encoded with Dolby surround sound. Press DPC MODE until the SURROUND indicator lights up. Rotate the PARAMETER knob to select the delay time. The current delay time appears in the display. Rotate the LEVEL knob to adjust the delay time.
Seat Position Simulation
(FRONT/REAR and LEFT/RIGHT)
If you sit in the front of a room, you hear more direct sound from the front speakers. As you move to the rear, the reflected sound increases. Similarly, the reflected sound changes when you move from left to right, and vice versa. The FRONT/REAR and LEFT/RIGHT parameters let you control the balance of direct and reflected sound to simulate your listening position. In the FRONT/REAR parameter, F signifies the front of the room and R signifies the rear. The mid-point designates the centre. In the LEFT/RIGHT parameter, L signifies the left side of the room and R signifies the right side. The mid-point designates the centre.
Adjusting the equalizer
You can adjust the tone of the speakers. Follow the procedure described in Adjusting the equalizer on page 17.
Reverberation Time (REVERB)
This parameter adjusts the length of time required for the reverberation (echoes) generated from a given sound to attenuate 60 dB. You can choose shorter (S) or longer (L) reverberation times. Note
The EFFECT parameter allows you to adjust the overall presence of the sound field.
Adjust the tone of the front, centre and rear speakers for optimum sound. You can adjust the tone of all sound fields, including Dolby Surround.
Press SOUND FIELD ON/OFF so the name of the previously selected sound field appears in the display. Press DPC MODE so that the EQUALIZER indicator lights up. Press EQUALIZER BAND to select a frequency band: B (bass), M (midrange), or T (treble). Press SLOPE to select the type of adjustment you want: NARROW (to adjust a specific frequency), MEDIUM (to a small group of frequencies), or WIDE (to adjust a broad range of frequencies). Rotate the FREQUENCY digital processing control knob to select the frequency you want to adjust. Use the EQ LEVEL digital processing control knob to raise or lower the level of the selected frequency. Repeat steps 3 through 6 for other frequency bands until you obtain the equalization curve you desire. You can turn off the tone adjustments without erasing them
Numeric buttons BACKGROUND
0 ) = +
SYSTEM CONTROL/ FUNCTION Numeric buttons
Hold down BACKGROUND. Press both the corresponding numeric button of the component youre going to use (see the table below) and one of the following buttons at the same time; VISUAL POWER, TV/VIDEO, CH PRESET +/, ANT TV/VTR, D.SKIP, (, 9, p, 0/), =/+, P, r. Example: To start recording on a tape deck while listening to a CD While holding down BACKGROUND, press 4 (or 5) and press r.
Holding down the SYSTEM CONTROL/ FUNCTION button whose function you want to change (VIDEO 2, for example). Press the corresponding numeric button of the component you want to assign to the SYSTEM CONTROL/FUNCTION button (6 - LD player, for example). For the numeric buttons, see the table in Operating One Component While Using Another. Now you can use the VIDEO 2 button to control your Sony LD player.
The numeric buttons are assigned to select the functions as follows: Numeric button
CD player DAT deck MD deck Tape deck A Tape deck B LD player VCR (remote control mode VTR 1*) VCR (remote control mode VTR 2*) VCR (remote control mode VTR 3*) TV
To reset the setting to the factory setting
Repeat the above procedure.
Sony VCRs are operated with a VTR 1, 2 or 3 setting. These correspond to Beta , 8mm and VHS respectively.
Programming the Remote
The RM-P362 remote included with the TA-VA8ES can control non-Sony components by learning the control signals from their remotes. Once this remote learns the other components signals, you can use these components as part of your system. Additionally, if you have any Sony components that fail to operate with this remote, use this programming function. This remote can learn signals only from other infrared wireless remotes. Before you programme signals, make sure that the two remotes: Face straight at each other (see Step 3 below) Are placed at a distance of about 5 cm (2 inches) Are not moved during programming
LEARN indicator LEARN
On the other remote, select the function that the amplifers remote is to learn and hold down its button until the LEARN indicator lights steadily. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 to programme other buttons. Note that each button can only learn one signal from another remote. Press LEARN. After the LEARN indicator turns off, you can control the other component with the programmed buttons. When you programme the recording signal
While holding down the r button on the amplifers remote and press the record button on the other remote.
If you cannot successfully programme signals, check the following:
If the LEARN indicator does not light up at all, the batteries are weak. Replace both batteries. If the LEARN indicator does not flash or light up in Step 3 or 4, there is interference. Clear the signal as described in Clearing the programmed signal below and programme again from the beginning. The two remotes are placed too far apart. Make sure they are only 5 cm (2 inches) apart. If you dont proceed to the following steps within about 1 minute during Steps 2 and 3, the remote automatically exits learning mode. Start again from Step 2. If the memory in the remote has become full, (If you programme signals of Sony components, you can store about 60 signals.) you can programme a new signal on a previously programmed button, but the new signal will replace the previously programmed one.
Press the SYSTEM CONTROL/FUNCTION button of the component you want to programme. For example, if you want to programme a CD players remote, press CD. Press LEARN to turn on the LEARN indicator.
Notes Press the button on this units remote that is to learn the signal from the other remote. The LEARN indicator flashes slowly. Use only the shaded buttons shown above (see Remote Button Descriptions on page 27 for the buttons you can use to operate each component).
Other remote You cannot turn on programmed components by pressing a SYSTEM CONTROL/FUNCTION button. You have to turn on the component's power switch. Do not programme remote signals of air conditioners or other household appliances.
Clearing the programmed signal
To clear the programmed signals, do the following. The button's functions are reset to the factory-preset.
Press LEARN to turn on the LEARN indicator. While holding down BACKGROUND, hold down the button to be cleared until the LEARN indicator turns off.
About 5 cm (2 inches)
If the LEARN indicator flashes rapidly
You cannot use the button youve pressed.
If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the amplifier, use this troubleshooting guide to help you remedy the problem. Should any problem persist, consult your nearest Sony dealer. Theres no sound or only a very low-level sound is heard. / Check that the speakers and components are connected securely. / Make sure you select the correct component on the amplifier. / Make sure you set the SPEAKERS selector correctly. / Make the POWER SWAP selector is set to the correct position. / Press MUTING on the remote if the MUTING indicator turns on. / The protective device on the amplifier has been activated because of a short circuit. (PROTECTOR flashes.) Turn off the amplifier, eliminate the short-circuit problem and turn on the power again. The left and right sounds are unbalanced or reversed. / Check that the speakers and components are connected correctly and securely. / Adjust the BALANCE control. Severe hum or noise is heard. / Check that the speakers and components are connected securely. / Check that the connecting cords are away from a transformer or motor, and at least 3 meters (10 feet) away from a TV set or fluorescent light. / Place your TV away from the audio components. / The plugs and jacks are dirty. Wipe them with a cloth slightly moistened with alcohol. No sound is heard from the centre speaker. / Select a PRO LOGIC or MOVIE (except MONO MOVIE) sound field (see page 14). / Select the appropriate centre mode (see page 15). / Adjust the speaker volume appropriately (see page 15). Recording cannot be made. / Check that the components are connected correctly. / Select the source component with the function buttons.
No sound or only a very low-level sound is heard from the rear speakers. / Turn on the sound field function. / Select the appropriate centre mode (see page 15). / Adjust the speaker volume appropriately (see page 15). Surround effect cannot be obtained. / Turn on the sound field function. / Make sure that the SPEAKERS selector is set to A+B when you use two sets of front speakers. No picture or an unclear picture is seen on the TV screen. / Select the appropriate function on the amplifier. / Set your TV to the appropriate input mode (press TV/VIDEO on the remote for Sony TVs). / Place your TV away from the audio components. The remote does not function. / Point the remote at the remote sensor g on the amplifier. / Remove the obstacles in the path of the remote and the amplifier. / Replace both batteries in the remote with new ones if they are weak. / Make sure you select the correct function on the remote. / Pressing TV CONTROL ON sets the remote to operate the TV only. In this case, press one of the SYSTEM CONTROL/FUNCTION buttons before operating the amplifier (etc.).
Digital signal processor section
Inputs VIDEO 1, 2, 3, LD, TV: 1 Vp-p 75 ohms VIDEO 1, 2, MONITOR: 1 Vp-p 75 ohms
POWER OUTPUT Stereo mode (DIN 1 kHz, 4 ohms) 120 W + 120 W Front: 120 W/ch Centre: 120 W Rear: 50 W/ch Less than 0.05 % (Direct Pass)
Modulation (A/D conversion) Demodulation (D/A conversion)
High Density Linear Converter High density Linear Converter (Pulse D/A converter) 48 kHz
Sampling frequency Surround System Preamplifier section: Low-noise NF type equalizer Power amplifier section: Pure-complimentary SEPP 220 - 230 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Harmonic distortion at rated output Frequency response
PHONO: RIAA equalization curve 0.5 dB CD, TAPE, DAT/MD, TV, LD, VIDEO 1, 2: +Hz - 50 kHz 1 dB (Direct Pass)
S/N (weighting network, input level)
dB kilohms (A, 5 mV)
ROOM SIZE 16-step adjustable WALL TYPE 16-step adjustable SEAT F/R and L/R 16-step adjustable EFFECT 20-step REVERB TIME 16-step adjustable DELAY TIME In PRO LOGIC mode: 15 mS - 30 mS, 0.1 mS step REAR LEVEL 50 dB - +10 dB, 1 dB step CENTER LEVEL* 50 dB - +10 dB, 1 dB step Input balance Automatic
Power requirements Power consumption AC outlet Dimensions
1 switched, total 120 W 430 x 160 x 425 mm (17 x /8 x /4 inches) 14.6 kg (32 lb 3 oz) Remote commander (remote) (1) Size AA (R6) batteries (2)
Mass (Approx.) Supplied accessories
CD TAPE, DAT/MD, 150 mV VIDEO 1, 2, 3, TV, LD,TUNER
* Only for sound fields with a CENTER LEVEL parameter (see page 19).
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
92 dB (A)
REC OUT VIDEO 1, 2 (AUDIO) OUT: Voltage 250 mV, Impedance 10 kilohms WOOFER OUT Voltage: 2 V Impedance: 1 kilohms PHONES: Accepts low and high impedance headphones +7 dB at 70 Hz
Band 3-band, Bass/Mid/ Treble Turnover frequency Bass: 125 Hz - 1 kHz Treble: 1 kHz - 8 kHz Centre frequency Mid: 435 Hz - 8 kHz Level 10 dB, 1 dB step Slope (Q) 3-step selectable : Wide, Mid, Narrow
3 CH LOGIC mode
Combination of the level of early reflections and reverberation. You can adjust the effect level in 6 levels. As you select higher levels, the room becomes live, and as you select lower levels, the room becomes dead.
Select WIDE mode if you have front and rear speakers and a large centre speaker. With the WIDE mode, you can take full advantage of Dolby Surround sound. Centre Front speaker speaker (L)
Types of sound
Early reflections Reverberation
Rear speaker (L) Rear speaker (R) Encoding and decoding system of Dolby Surround sound for consumer use. Dolby Surround decodes the extra channels on the Dolby Surround-encoded sound tracks of movie videos and TV programmes and produces sound effects and echoes that make the action seem to envelop you. The amplifier offers Dolby Surround (PRO LOGIC) as one of the pre-programmed sound fields. If you have rear or centre speaker(s), we recommend that you customize the Dolby Surround sound field by selecting the appropriate centre mode to take advantage of Dolby Pro Logic Surround sound.
Transition of sound from rear speakers
Direct sound Early reflections Reverberation Level
Select PHANTOM mode if you have front and rear speakers but no centre speaker. The sound of the centre channel is output from the front speakers. Front speaker (L) Front speaker (R)
Early reflection time
Signal given out by the amplifier for adjusting the speaker volume. The test tone will come out as follows:
In a system with a centre speaker (NORMAL/WIDE/3 CH LOGIC modes)
The test tone is output from the front L (left), centre, front R (right), and rear speakers in succession. Front (L) Centre Front (R)
3 CH LOGIC
Rear (L, R) NORMAL/WIDE
In a system without a centre speaker (PHANTOM mode)
The test tone is output from the front and the rear speakers alternately. Front (L, R)
PHANTOM Rear (L, R)
Rear Panel Descriptions
@ @ @ !
! ! ! !
TV LD VIDEO 2 VIDEO 1 MONITOR FRONT SPEAKERS (A/B) SWITCHED AC OUTLETs (Outlet shape and position varies according to destination)
0 ! ! ! ! ! !
mains lead REAR SPEAKERS CENTER SPEAKER SURROUND OUT (CENTER) SURROUND OUT (WOOFER) SURROUND OUT (REAR) 5.1 INPUT (CENTER) 5.1 INPUT (WOOFER) 5.1 INPUT (REAR)
! ! ! @ @ @ @
5.1 INPUT (FRONT) TAPE DAT/MD CD TUNER PHONO y ground terminal
Remote Button Descriptions
For buttons not described on previous pages and buttons with names different from the buttons on the main unit. Remote Button
Selects preset numbers.
Selects tape direction (for tape decks with the RMS* function.) Clears RMS* programme (for tape decks with the RMS function.) Programmes tracks (tape deck with the RMS* function only). Changes programme positions when used with 0-9. Selects input signal: TV input or video input. Turns on or off the power.
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