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Mr.Pit 12:34pm on Friday, October 22nd, 2010 
I ordered other speaker wire from "elsewhere", but was taking so long to get delivered, I used the enclosed speaker wire instead which is fine. I own this system and the Onkyo equivalent. DO NOT BUY THE ONKYO IF YOU WANT TO USE HDMI!!! Phone support, ease of set up, length of speaker wire, blutooth, iPod, 4 HDMI inputs (unlike the Onkyo), instant connection with any HDMI system.
jeffrobins 11:55pm on Thursday, October 21st, 2010 
Great little starter system with tons of power and easy to set up. Many features, sufficient bass response and easy to read remote. This is a good system for someone you wants a simple yet good quality sound system.
craigb 4:56am on Monday, September 6th, 2010 
Great System right out of the box would recommend to friends and family Speaker wire was a little shorter.
rodmen 10:54pm on Saturday, July 24th, 2010 
I just got this product early this month it is a good surround sound setup for playing ps3 games. I really enjoy this product.
raydeneg 2:00am on Friday, July 9th, 2010 
I found this system very easy to install and a good value for the money. Clear Sound, Easy To Setup, Interfaces Well With TV
cyberpatrol 7:20am on Thursday, July 8th, 2010 
If you are a movie nut like I am you will remember the early to mid nineties when the bass in the movie theatre would shake your chair when an explosi...
Ernesttang 5:14pm on Sunday, May 9th, 2010 
Yet another great buy. After buying an LED HDTV I had to have a decent sound system for it. The first system I bought did not do the job.

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DSP- 990 A

REAR 200m
NATURAL SOUND DIGITAL SOUND FIELD PROCESSING AMPLIFIER DSP-A990

CINEMA DSP 7ch

INPUT SELECTOR

PRO LOGIC DECODER

TV/DBS

SOUND FIELD PROCESSOR

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Congratulations!

You are the proud owner of a Yamaha Digital Sound Field Processing (DSP) Systeman extremely sophisticated audio component. The DSP system takes full advantage of Yamahas undisputed leadership in the field of digital audio processing to bring you a whole new world of listening experiences. Follow the instructions in this manual carefully when setting up your system, and the DSP system will sonically transform your room into a wide range of listening environmentsanything from a famous concert hall to a cozy jazz club. In addition, you get incredible realism from Dolby-Surround encoded video sources using the built-in Dolby Pro Logic Surround Decoder. Seven built-in channels of amplification on the DSP-A990 mean that no additional amplifiers are required to enjoy advanced digital sound field processing. Rather than tell you about the wonders of digital sound field processing, however, lets get right down to the business of setting up the system and trying out its many capabilities. Please read this operation manual carefully and store it in a safe place for later reference.
PRECAUTIONS & SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

1. AVOID EXCESSIVE HEAT, HUMIDITY, DUST AND VIBRATION
Keep the unit away from locations where it is likely to be exposed to high temperatures or humiditysuch as near radiators, stoves, etc. Also avoid locations which are subject to excessive dust accumulation or vibration which could cause mechanical damage.

English

7. HANDLE CABLES CAREFULLY
Always plug and unplug cablesincluding the AC cordby gripping the connector, not the cord.

For U.K. customers

If the socket outlets in the home are not suitable for the plug supplied with this appliance, it should be cut off and an appropriate 3 pin plug fitted. For details, refer to the instructions described below. Note: The plug severed from the mains lead must be destroyed, as a plug with bared flexible cord is hazardous if engaged in a live socket outlet.
8. CLEAN WITH A SOFT DRY CLOTH
Never use solvents such as benzine or thinner to clean the unit. Wipe clean with a soft, dry cloth.
2. INSTALL THE UNIT IN WELL-VENTILATED CONDITION
The openings on the cabinet assure proper ventilation of the unit. If these openings are obstructed, the temperature inside the cabinet will rise rapidly. Therefore, avoid placing objects against these openings, and install the unit in well-ventilated condition. Make sure to allow a space of at least 10 cm behind and on the both sides and at least 20 cm above the top panel of the unit. Otherwise it may not only damage the unit, but also cause fire.
9. ALWAYS USE THE CORRECT POWER SOURCE
Make sure that the power source voltage specified on the rear panel matches your local AC mains supply.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR U.K. MODEL IMPORTANT
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code. Blue: NEUTRAL Brown: LIVE As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows. The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK. The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED. Making sure that neither core is connected to the earth terminal of the three pin plug.

10.KEEP AWAY FROM TUNERS

Digital signals generated by the unit may interfere with other equipment such as tuners, receivers or TVs. Move the system farther away from such equipment if interference is observed.
3. KEEP THE AC POWER PLUG DISCONNECTED DURING VACATION ETC.
When not planning to use this unit for long periods of time (ie., vacation, etc.), disconnect the AC power plug from the wall outlet.

IMPORTANT!

Please record the model and serial number of your unit in the space below. Model: Serial No.: The serial number is located on the rear of the unit. Retain this Owners Manual in a safe place for future reference.

4. AVOID PHYSICAL SHOCKS

Strong physical shocks to the unit can cause damage. Handle it with care.
5. DO NOT OPEN THE UNIT OR ATTEMPT REPAIRS OR MODIFICATIONS YOURSELF
This product contains no user-serviceable parts. Refer all maintenance to qualified Yamaha service personnel. Opening the unit and/or tampering with the internal circuitry will make servicing difficult and will endanger you and your unit.
This product complies with the radio frequency interference requirements of the Council Directive 82/499/EEC and/or 87/308/EEC.
Voltage Selector (General Model only)
The voltage selector on the rear panel of this unit must be set for your local mains voltage BEFORE plugging into the AC mains supply. Voltages are 110/120/220/240 AC, 50/60 Hz.
The apparatus is not disconnected from the AC power source as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the apparatus itself is turned off.
6. MAKE SURE POWER IS OFF BEFORE MAKING OR REMOVING CONNECTIONS
Always turn power OFF prior to connecting or disconnecting cables. This is important to prevent damage to the unit itself as well as other connected equipment.

WARNING

To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this unit to rain or moisture.

CONTENTS

PRECAUTIONS & SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS..1 SETUP & ADJUSTMENT..3 1-1. GETTING STARTED...3 1-2. SETUP...10 1-3. CONTROLS & ADJUSTMENTS..20 1-4. ADJUSTMENT...24 GENERAL OPERATION..28 2-1. PLAYING A SOURCE...28 2-2. RECORDING A SOURCE TO AUDIO/VIDEO TAPE (OR DUBBING FROM A TAPE TO ANOTHER).29 2-3. DIGITAL SOUND FIELD PROGRAMS..31 2-4. SELECTING SOUND FIELD PROGRAMS..31 2-5. MUTING THE EFFECT SOUND..32 2-6. SUPERIMPOSED VIDEO PROGRAM/PARAMETER DISPLAY...32 2-7. DESCRIPTIONS OF THE SOUND FIELD PROGRAMS.33 2-8. REMOTE CONTROL LEARNING FUNCTION..38 CREATING YOUR OWN SOUND FIELDS..40 3-1. SELECTING AND EDITING PROGRAM PARAMETERS.40 3-2. DESCRIPTIONS OF THE DIGITAL SOUND FIELD PARAMETERS...42 TROUBLESHOOTING...45 SPECIFICATIONS....46

SETUP & ADJUSTMENT

1-1. GETTING STARTED

Unpacking

If you havent already done so, carefully remove this unit and its accessories from the box and wrapping material.You should find the unit itself and the following accessories.
Installing the Remote Control Unit Batteries
Since the remote control unit will be used for many of this units control operations, you should begin by installing the supplied batteries. 1. Turn the remote control unit over and slide the battery compartment cover downward in the direction of the arrow.

Dolby Pro Logic Surround + DSP
Additionally you can enjoy sound environment created by the combination of Dolby Pro Logic and YAMAHA DSP. Precise sound movement and orientation by the Dolby Pro Logic technology is added to sound fields which are precisely recreated on the basis of actual acoustic environments by the DSP technology, so it is suitable for any Audio/Video source with video image. This combination is used on sound field programs No. 8 through No. 11, and Enhanced DOLBY PRO LOGIC of No. 12.
The YAMAHA CINEMA DSP logo indicates these programs are created by the combination of Dolby Pro Logic and YAMAHA DSP technology.

Video superimpose

If you connect your video cassette recorder, video disc player, video monitor, etc. to this unit, you can take advantage of this units capability to display program titles, parameter data and information about other various settings and adjustments on your video monitors screen. This information will be superimposed over the video image. If there is no video source connected or it is turned off, the information will be displayed over a blue colored background.
Open/close the control door
When it is not necessary to operate controls inside the control door, close the door.

To open the door

/ P01 CONCERT HALL 1
Hall A in Europe INIT.DLY. 30ms / ROOM SIZE. 1.0 / LIVENESS. 5 To close the door
NOTE: The program titles, parameter data and other information are also displayed on the display panel of this unit.
CONCERT HALL 1 Hall A in Europe
Setting Up Your Speaker System
This unit has been designed to provide the best sound field quality with a full seven-speaker system setup, using two extra pairs of effect speakers to generate the sound field plus one center speaker for dialog, when using Dolby Pro Logic Surround decoding. We therefore recommend that you use a seven-speaker setup. A four-speaker system using only one pair of effect speakers for the sound field will still provide impressive ambience and effects, however, and may be a good way to begin with this unit.You can always upgrade to the full seven speaker system later. In the 4 or 5 speaker system, the Digital Sound Field Processing is still performed, but the main speakers are used for both the main channels and the front effect channels.
Use of the Center Dialog Speaker Is Recommended

With digital sound field programs No. 8 through No. 12, by using either the Directional Enhancement circuit or the Dolby Pro Logic decoder, decoded signals will be output from the center channel. Therefore, if you want to maximize the performance of your Audio/Video home theater system, it is recommended that you use a center channel speaker. If for some reason it is not practical to use a center speaker, it is possible to enjoy movie viewing without it. Best results, however, are obtained with the full system. It is also possible to further expand your system with the addition of a subwoofer and amplifier.You may wish to choose the convenience of a Yamaha Active Servo Processing Subwoofer System, which has its own built-in power amp.
Four Possible Types of Speaker System Configurations Recommended 4 Speaker System 5 Speaker System 6 Speaker System 7 Speaker System

Simplest system.

Good for Audio/Video sources and Dolby Pro Logic Surround.
Good for sound fields from 2-channel stereo sources.
This is the recommended speaker system, providing the best sound effects. With sound field programs No. 1 through No. 7, using both sets of effect speakers (front and rear), reproduces the most effective sound field. With the sound field programs No. 8 through No. 12, the center speaker provides precise center localization.
You can enjoy widely diffused sound by only adding two additional speaker units at the rear.
With sound field programs No. 8 through No. 12, which utilize the center speaker effect, more precise center localization can be obtained.
With sound field programs No. 1 through No. 7, a sound effect matching that of a 7-speaker system can be obtained. The addition of front left and right effect speakers produces a more effective sound field.
FRONT MIX switchSet to ON. (See page 13.) Center ModeSet to PHNTM. (See page 26.)
FRONT MIX switchSet to ON. (See page 13.) Center ModeSet to NRML or WD. (See page 26.)
FRONT MIX switchSet to OFF. (See page 13.) Center ModeSet to PHNTM. (See page 26.)
FRONT MIX switchSet to OFF. (See page 13.) Center ModeSet to NRML or WD. (See page 26.)
Speakers and Speaker Placement
Your full seven-speaker system will require three speaker pairs: the MAIN SPEAKERS (your normal stereo speakers), the FRONT EFFECT SPEAKERS and the REAR EFFECT SPEAKERS, plus the CENTER SPEAKER.You may also be using a subwoofer. You will probably use your present stereo speakers as the MAIN SPEAKER pair. The front effect and rear effect do not need to be equal with the MAIN SPEAKERS, although the center speaker should be as close as possible. They should have enough power handling capacity to accept the maximum output of the DSP system or the external amps that will drive them. Place the MAIN SPEAKERS in the normal position. Place the FRONT EFFECT SPEAKERS further apart than the MAIN SPEAKERS, on either side of and a few feet behind and above the MAIN SPEAKER pair. Place the REAR EFFECT SPEAKERS behind your listening position. They should be nearly six feet up from the floor. Place the CENTER SPEAKER precisely between the two MAIN SPEAKERS. (To avoid interference, keep the speaker above or below the television monitor, or use a magnetically shielded speaker.) If using a SUBWOOFER, such as a Yamaha Active Servo Subwoofer System, the position of the speaker is not so critical because low bass tones are not highly directional.

Video disc player TV/Satellite tuner

S-VIDEO OUT

S-VIDEO IN
Notes about the Video superimpose q If you watch a video source that is connected to both S VIDEO and VIDEO input jacks of this unit, signals of screen display information are output from only the S VIDEO MONITOR OUT jack. q When no video signal is input to either S VIDEO or VIDEO input jacks of this unit, signals of screen display information are output from both S VIDEO MONITOR OUT and VIDEO MONITOR OUT jacks with a color background. * For the General Model, if the NTSC/PAL switch on the rear panel is set to PAL, nothing will be output from either S VIDEO MONITOR OUT or VIDEO MONITOR OUT jack in this case.
For connecting with a monitor TV that uses a 21 pin connector for input (for Europe and U.K. models)
Make a connection as figured below with a commercially available scart-plug connector cable.

ST B D / V

CONNECTING SPEAKER SYSTEMS
Connect the SPEAKERS terminals to your speakers with wire of the proper gauge, cut as short as possible. If the connections are faulty, no sound will be heard from the speakers. Make sure that the polarity of the speaker wires is correct, that is, + and markings are observed. If these wires are reversed, the sound will be unnatural and will lack bass. Do not let the bare speaker wires touch each other or any other metal part as this could damage this unit and/or speakers. NOTE: Use speakers with the specified impedance shown on the rear of this unit.

Monitor TV No connection

AUDIO R AUDIO L VIDEO
Red: positive (+) Black: negative ()
Unscrew the knob. Insert the bare wire.
[Remove approx. 5mm (1/4) insulation from the speaker wires.] Tighten the knob and secure the wire.
Scart-plug connector cable
NOTE: Banana Plug connections are also possible (Australia and General models only). Simply insert the Banana Plug connector into the corresponding terminal.
CONNECTING THE MAIN SPEAKERS TO THIS UNIT
Connect the MAIN speakers to the MAIN speaker output terminals of this unit. Make sure that the jumper bars between the PRE OUT and MAIN IN jacks on the rear panel are in place. It is also possible to use an external power amplifier if more power is desired. In this case, remove the jumper bars and connect the PRE OUT jacks to the INPUT jacks of a stereo power amplifier with a stereo pin cablemaking sure to connect the left and right channels correctly. Connect the MAIN speakers to the speaker output terminals of the power amplifier. NOTE: If an external amplifier is used for the main speakers, it is recommended to use the MAIN speaker terminals of this unit for the rear effect speakers. Connect the REAR output jacks to the MAIN IN jacks with a pin cord. This combination is highly upgraded and ideal for the division of sound quality, because the rear channel output of the Audio/Video system is equally important as the center channel.

Left main LEFT Center CENTER Rear SURROUND Right main RIGHT
3. For the front effect speaker level adjustment, depress the TEST switch on the remote control again so that TEST DSP appears on the display panel. A calibration signal should be heard from the main speakers and the front effect speakers in turn (see diagram).

Main MAIN Front FRONT

4. Adjust the front level by using the FRONT LEVEL +/ keys on the remote control so that the speaker volume is the same as that of the main speakers. NOTE: If not using a center speaker, be sure to set the CENTER MODE to the PHNTM (phantom) position.You will then hear the center channel test tone from the left and right main speakers. When this adjustment is finished, press the TEST switch once again. NOTE: Once you have completed these adjustments, use only VOLUME control of this unit or MASTER VOLUME keys of the remote control unit to adjust the whole listening volume. Do not change any other volume setting in the system.
2. Adjust the center and rear level by using the CENTER and REAR LEVEL +/ keys on the remote control so that the sound coming from the corresponding speakers seems to be at the same level as that from the main speakers when you are at a normal listening position. If there is insufficient volume from the effect speakers, you may decrease the main speaker volume level by setting the MAIN LEVEL switch on the rear panel to 10 dB, and adjust the center and rear level again. Volume controls on external power amplifiers may also be adjusted if necessary to achieve proper balance.

INPUT LEVEL ADJUSTMENT

This adjustment is important for obtaining the best performance from the internal circuits of this unit. The optimum input level of this unit is pre-adjusted on the basis of the CD source level. This adjustment should be performed on all input sources in your system respectively, so that their levels match the CD source level as closely as possible. 1. Select the CD source.
4. Select any other source in your system (VCR, tuner, etc.) and play that source.

Front panel

INPUT SELECTOR VCR I CD LD
5. Adjust the level of the source to be approximately equal to your CD players reference level by using the INPUT TRIM control.
2. Play the source. 3. Increase the setting of the master VOLUME control to a convenient listening level (you will use this as your reference level).

Front panel Remote control
This adjustment can also be done with the remote control unit. For using the remote control unit, refer to 5. Input level adjustment (INPUT LVL TRIM) on page 27.
6. In the same way, adjust levels of other sources. NOTE: The adjustments will be saved until it is readjusted.
OTHER IMPORTANT SETTINGS AND ADJUSTMENTS IN THE SET MENU MODE
Make the following five types of settings and adjustments before enjoying audio and video sources. Note that these settings and adjustments cannot be done without monitoring the display information (or the information displayed on the monitor screen).
3. Select any desired position or edit parameters on the item.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

CENTER MODE CENTER GEQ PARAMETER INIT MEMORY GUARD INPUT LVL TRIM
In the same way, make a setting or adjustment on any other item.
DESCRIPTIONS OF THE ITEMS 1. Selecting Center Mode (CENTER MODE NRML/WD/ PHNTM)
In Normal (NRML) position, any frequency below 100 Hz will be divided between the main left and main right speakers. For this reason even a speaker smaller than the main left and right speakers can obtain a sufficient effect. In Wide (WD) position, all range of frequencies for the centerchannel are output to the center speaker. Select this position if a high quality center speaker is being used. If not using the center speaker(s), be sure to select Phantom (PHNTM) position, and the audio signals for the center channel are output to the main speakers.
METHOD OF SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT
As described on page 6, you can make these settings and adjustments watching the information displayed on the monitor screen (or superimposed over the video image). So, first turn the monitor on. 1. Set the PARAMETER/SET MENU switch to the SET MENU position on the remote control unit.
2. Select the item (title) on which you will make a change.
2. Adjusting Center Channel Graphic Equalizer (CENTER GEQ)
The built-in five band graphic equalizer is used to tailor, over a 6 dB range, the overall output frequency response of the center channel. The five bands cover the complete audible sound spectrum and are centered on 100 Hz, 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 3 kHz and 10 kHz frequencies. Adjustment should be done to each frequency individually. Adjusting method After selecting the item (title) in step 2 on the previous page, press the Parameter + or key on the remote control to display the condition of the equalizer. Then select a frequency with the Parameter Select keys on the remote control and adjust its level with the Parameter +/ keys.

To record the input source
1. Press the REC OUT switch (so that REC OUT. appears on the display and the monitor screen).
3. Press the REC OUT switch (so that REC OUT SOURCE disappears from the display). * The same result will be obtained after 5 seconds without any operation.
4. Select an input source to be played (and to be recorded). (See page 28 for the method of input source selection.)

Remote Control

2. Within 5 seconds, select the SOURCE position with the input selector switch (so that REC OUT SOURCE appears on the display panel and the monitor screen).
5. Play the source. 6. Set the tape deck or VCR used for recording to the recording mode. * Adjust the recording level on the tape deck or VCR.

REC OUT SOURCE

NOTE: To record picture from a video source and sound from another audio source, in step 4, first select a video source with an input selector switch on the front panel, and then select an audio source with the input selector keys on the remote control unit.
To record a source other than the input source
This unit has a function of selecting a source to be recorded to tape deck or VCRs independent of the selection of input source. 1. Press the REC OUT switch (so that REC OUT. appears on the display and the monitor screen).
4. Play the source and confirm it by selecting it with an input selector switch and increasing the setting of the master VOLUME control.
2. Within 5 seconds, select the source to be recorded with an input selector switch. (The indicator corresponding to the selected source to be recorded will flash.)
5. Set the tape deck or VCR used for recording to the recording mode. * Adjust the recording level on the tape deck or VCR. 6. While recording a source, you can enjoy listening to and/or watching another source selected with the input selector switch.

REC OUT

While recording, you can monitor the audio and/or video signals to be recorded by selecting the tape deck or VCR used for recording with the input selector switch.
3. Press the REC OUT switch (so that the indicator corresponding to the selected source to be recorded stops flashing). * The same result will be obtained after 5 seconds without any operation.
NOTE: Adjusting the master VOLUME, BASS, TREBLE controls, etc., or selecting a sound field program has no effect on the material being recorded. NOTE: Composite video and S video signals pass independently through this units video circuits. Therefore, when recording or dubbing video signals between two video cassette recorders, if your source VCR is connected to provide only S video (or only composite video) signals, you can record only a S video (or only a composite video) signal on your second VCR. NOTE: Please check the copyright laws in your country to record from records, compact discs, radio, etc. Recording of copyright material may infringe copyright laws.

A big, powerful sound suited to rock music.
4. CHURCH A church in Tokyo shaped like a cross. There is the altar at the upper side of the cross, and a pipe organ at the opposite side (the lower side of the cross). It is a very unique shape with walls all leaning inside, and pillars standing by the side of walls only. The sound field has moderate reverberations of which time is 2.5 seconds.
A jazz club in New York. It is in a basement and has a relatively spacious floor area. The reflection pattern is similar to that of a small hall.

Cellar Club:

This is a small, cozy jazz club with a low ceiling. The sound is very close and intimate.
7. ENTERTAINMENT Stadium: This program gives you long delays between direct sounds and effect sounds, and extraordinarily spacious feel of a large stadium.
8. TV THEATER Drama: The data of the sound field of a relatively narrow space is used for the front presence side. A moderately sized spatial sound field without excessive sound extension and reverberations gives reality to the characters in a drama. The data of the sound field of an opera house is used for the rear surround side. In a stereo program, background music is reproduced more beautifully with much depth, enhancing sound effects on the drama. Its natural sound effect will not make you tired from long watching.

Disco:

This program recreates the acoustic environment of a lively disco in the heart of a very lively city. The sound is dense and highly concentrated. It is also characterized by a high-energy, immediate sound.

Variety/Sports:

Though the front presence side of the sound field is relatively narrow, the rear surround side employs the sound environment of a large concert hall. With this program, you can enjoy watching various TV programs such as the news, variety shows, music programs or sports programs. In a stereo broadcast of a sports game, the commentator is oriented at the center position, and the shouts and the atmosphere in the stadium spreads on the surround side, however, spreading of them to the rear side is properly restrained.
9. CONCERT VIDEO Classical/Opera: This program provides excellent depth of vocals and overall clarity, restraining excessive reverberation. For opera, the orchestra pit and the stage are ideally combined, letting you feel a full presence sound. The rear surround side of the sound field is relatively moderated, however, it reproduces beautiful sound by the use of the data of a concert hall.You will not be tired from long watching of an opera.

10. VIDEO THEATER Fantasy: Powerful reverberations on the front presence side of the sound field adds depth to the image, so expanding the image space. On the rear surround side, sounds are reproduced lightly but vividly. The sound field of this program matches image effects of animated films regardless of the genre. Conversations, sounds and sound effects are reproduced with vitality by this program. A source in stereo will obtain more effect, letting you steep yourself in a fantastic world of animations.

Pop/Rock:

This program produces an enthusiastic atmosphere and lets you feel that you are in the midst of the action, as if attending an actual jazz or rock concert. The indirect sound constituent spreads on the surround side of the sound field by the use of data of a large round hall for the surround side, so the image space around the screen and the sound space are fully expanded.

Classic Film:

This program is for reproducing monaural video sources (old movies etc.). Monaural sounds are reproduced with much presence by the front presence side of the sound field and optimum reverberation effect. The use of the center speaker makes conversations more audible, obtaining a pleasant mix of conversations and picture.
11. MOVIE THEATER Ideal for reproducing video discs, video tapes and similar sources which are Dolby Surround encoded and bear the DOLBY SURROUND logo. 70 mm Adventure: This program is ideal for precisely reproducing the sound design of the newest movies. The sound field is made according to the design of the newest movie theaters, so the reverberations of the sound field itself are restrained as much as possible. The three dimensional feeling of the sound field is emphasized, and dialog is precisely oriented on the screen.You can enjoy watching Sci-Fi, adventure movies, etc. with this program. This program is for reproducing sounds on a 70 mm multi-track film, and characterized by a soft and extensive sound field. The front presence side of the sound field is relatively narrow. It spatially spreads all around and toward the screen, restraining echo effect of conversations without losing clarity. For the surround side, the data of the sound field of an opera house is used on an enlarged scale, so the harmony of music or chorus sounds beautifully in a wide space at the rear of the sound field.
12. DOLBY PRO LOGIC SURROUND Reproduces video discs, video tapes and similar sources which are Dolby Surround encoded and bear the DOLBY SURROUND logo. Normal: The digital Dolby Pro Logic decoder reproduces sounds and sound effects of a source encoded in Dolby Surround. The realization of a highly efficient decoding process improves crosstalk and channel separation and makes sound positioning smoother and more precise.

70 mm General:

Enhanced:
This program ideally simulates the multisurround speaker systems of the 35 mm film theater. Surround signals by the Dolby Pro Logic decoder are processed on the surround side of the sound field based on the data of the sound field of a shoe-box hall. The surround effects produced by this sound field folds the viewer naturally from the rear to the left and right and toward the screen.

THE ELEMENTS OF A SOUND FIELD
In any environment, in addition to the direct sound coming straight to our ears from the players instrument, there are two distinct types of sound reflections that combine to make up the sound field: (1) Early Reflections. Reflected sounds reach our ears extremely rapidly (50 ms 100 ms after the direct sound), after reflecting from one surface onlyfor example, from the ceiling or a wall. These reflections fall into specific patterns as shown in the diagram on page 42 for any particular environment, and provide vital information to our ears. Early reflections actually add clarity to the direct sound.
In addition to the TYPE parameter which selects the subprograms within each sound field program (e.g. Hall A in Europe and Hall B in Europe for program 1, CONCERT HALL 1), each program also has a set of parameters that allow you to change the characteristics of the acoustic environment to create precisely the effect you want. These parameters correspond to the many natural acoustic factors that create the sound field you experience in an actual concert hall or other listening environment. The size of the room, for example, affects the length of time between the early reflectionsthat is, the first few widely spaced reflections you hear after the direct sound. The ROOM SIZE parameter provided in many of the DSP programs alters the timing between these reflections, thus changing the shape of the room you hear. In addition to room size, the shape of the room and the characteristics of its surfaces have a significant effect on the final sound. Surfaces that absorb sound, for example, cause the reflections and reverberations to die out quicker, while highly reflective surfaces allow the reflections to carry on for a longer period of time. The DSP parameters allow you to control these and many other factors that contribute to your personal sound field, allowing you to essentially redesign the concert halls and rooms provided to create custom-tailored listening environments that ideally match your mood and music. Refer to 3-2. DESCRIPTIONS OF THE DIGITAL SOUND FIELD PARAMETERS on page 42 for a description of what each parameter does, how it effects the sound, and its control range.

1. With the desired program selected, press the Parameter Select (w) key on the remote control unit once. This will recall the next w parameter after the program type. In the case of the CONCERT HALL 1 program, for example, this would be the INIT. DLY parameter. You can continue pressing the Parameter Select (w) w key to select other parameters in sequence. Press the Parameter Select (v) key to scroll upward through the parameter list. v 2. When the desired parameter has been recalled, use the Parameter + (increment) and (decrement) keys to change its value to create the effect you want. + increases the value of the selected parameter, and decreases the value of the selected parameter. In both cases you can hold the key down for continuous incrementing or decrementing. The display will pause for a moment at the initial value of the parameter as a reminder. (On the monitor screen, * mark at the head of parameter name disappears at the initial value of the parameter.) NOTE: Parameter edits made in this way will remain in effect even with power cut due to power failure or the power plug disconnected from the AC outlet for up to about two weeks, after which all parameters, as well as other adjustments or settings on this unit, will return to their initial values or conditions.
3-2. DESCRIPTIONS OF THE DIGITAL SOUND FIELD PARAMETERS
Not all of the following parameters are found in every program.

ROOM SIZE

INIT DLY (Initial Delay)
How it Affects the Sound:
Changes the apparent size of the music venue. The larger the value, the larger the simulated room will sound.
Changes the apparent distance from the source sound. Since the distance between a sound source and a reflective surface determines the delay between the direct sound and the first reflection, this parameter changes the location of the sound source within the acoustic environment.

What it Does:

Adjusts the timing between the early reflections. Early reflections are the first group of reflections you hear before the subsequent, dense reverberation begins.
Adjusts the delay between the direct sound and the first reflection heard by the listener.

Control Range:

0.1 2.0 Standard setting is 1.0. Changing this parameter from 1 to 2 increases the apparent volume of the room eight times (length, width, and height all doubled).
milliseconds For a small living room this parameter would be set for a small value. Large values for a big room. Larger values produce an echo effect.
Level Level Direct sound Early reflections Level
Direct sound Early reflections

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The Getting Started Guide sections contain a simple description and a couple of tutorials about digital recording with the 02R to get you started. It also has a tutorial on the automation system.
The Users Guide sections explain each 02R function in full detail. Use its table of contents to search for general topics and the index to search for specics. A glossary of related terms is also provided.

Where to Start

If you are unfamiliar with the 02R, you should start with the Getting Started Guide. Read through the section and follow the steps outlined in the tutorials. Refer to the Users Guide when you are more familiar with the 02R and just need the details of how a particular function works. You may also want to refer to the Users Guide for more detailed information while using the Getting Started Guide.

Automation System

Regardless of your level of experience, you should read through the section Mixing and Automation on page 67 of the Getting Started Guide. The automation system built into the 02R is unique to this product. Even experienced recording engineers will want to refer to this section to discover how to record and playback entire mixing sessions. You should also refer to the section entitled Automation on page 123 of the Users Guide.

Installation

You should locate the Digital Recording Console 02R on a stable surface. It should be sited so that the display screen can be easily read from a comfortable position. Leave plenty of access space at the back of the unit to make the required connections to the other equipment in your digital recording studio. Digital Recording Console 02R Getting Started Guide

Top and Rear Panels

ON OFF

T/B LEVEL

+4 -16

-40 -60

GAIN PEAK SIGNAL

PEAK SIGNAL

STUDIO LEVEL

PHONES LEVEL

DISPLAY ACCESS

SCENE MEMORY

CLIP -2 -4

SELECTED CHANNEL

DIGITAL I/O

UTILITY

FADER STATUS

INPUT AUX

-12 -15 -24 -35 -48 -60 -72

AUTOMIX

CONFIGURATION

STUDIO

AUX 5 AUX 6 2TR-D1

CONTRAST

L STEREO R

ROUTING

MIC/LINE TAPE/RTN OUTPUT

2TR-A1

DYNAMICS

AUX 7 EFF1

AUX 8 EFF2 2TR-D2 2TR-A2

MIXING

ST AUX 1 AUX 2 AUX 3 AUX 4 SEND LEVEL ON AUX 5 AUX 6 DIRECT 2TR-D3 ST
AUX 5 AUX 6 AUX 7 EFF1 AUX 8 EFF2 L/MONO R L ODD

AUX PAN

R EVEN

CONTROL ROOM

SLATE T/B

TALKBACK

LOW/HPF SEL SEL SEL SEL SEL SEL SEL SEL SEL SEL SEL SEL SEL SEL SEL SEL SEL SEL Hz ON TAPE ON TAPE ON TAPE ON TAPE ON TAPE ON TAPE ON TAPE ON TAPE ON TAPE ON TAPE ON TAPE ON TAPE ON TAPE ON TAPE ON TAPE ON TAPE ON FLIP EFF1 RTN ON EFF2 RTN EQ ON dB kHz L-MID H-MID HIGH/LPF

5. Select the individual character positions with the CURSOR buttons and rotate the encoder wheel to select the characters. You can create a name of up to 16 characters long. It can contain any of the following characters: ! 0 @ P ` p 1 A Q a q 2 B R b r # 3 C S c s $ 4 D T d t % 5 E U e u & 6 F V f v ' 7 G W g w ( 8 H X h x ) 9 I Y i y * : J Z j z + ; K [ k { , < L \ l | = M ] m }. > N ^ n ~ / ? O _ o
Move the cursor to the rst character position with the CURSOR buttons. Rotate the encoder to select the desired character. Move the cursor to the second character position and repeat.
You can select the INS. control icon to insert a space (blank) at the current cursor location in the TITLE EDIT box. Select the icon with the CURSOR buttons and press the [ENTER] button. The DEL. control icon is used to delete the character under the current cursor location in the TITLE EDIT box. Note: The COPY and PASTE control icons allow you to select the title from another EQ program and paste it into your program. These icons only copy the title. See Control Icons on page 54 of the Users Guide. 6. Use the CURSOR buttons to select the STORE icon and press the [ENTER] button. The 02R will display a popup conrmation request message asking if you want to store your settings in the selected EQ program. The popup has two control icons: CANCEL and EXECUTE. Note: You can customize your 02R to prevent the conrmation popup from appearing during STORE operations. In this case, the program is stored without conrmation. See Preferences on page 162 of the Users Guide for more information. CANCEL is the default. To cancel the STORE operation, either press the [ENTER] button or wait about 10 seconds the STORE operation will be automatically cancelled. To store your settings, use the CURSOR buttons to select the EXECUTE control icon and press the [ENTER] button. The EQ program is stored. Note: If you decide you dont like an EQ program after you have stored it, it is very easy to overwrite it by creating new settings and storing them to the same location. Conversely, it is also very easy to accidentally overwrite a valued EQ program. YOU SHOULD ALWAYS BE CAREFUL WHEN THE 02R DISPLAYS ITS CONFIRMATION POPUP MESSAGE!

Routing

This tutorial assumes you have a multitrack recorder and you have connected it to your Digital Recording Console 02R after having one or more of the optional input/output cards installed: Alesis ADAT (CD8-AT) This single slot card supports an 8-channel ADAT compatible modular digital multitrack recorder. It provides eight input channels and eight output channels. You can insert as many as four of these cards in the 02R. TASCAM TDIF-1 (CD8-TDII) This single slot card supports an 8-channel TASCAM modular digital multitrack recorder. It provides eight input channels and eight output channels. You can insert as many as four of these cards in the 02R. YAMAHA (CD8-Y) This single slot card supports an 8-channel YAMAHA modular digital multitrack recorder. It provides eight input channels and eight output channels. You can insert as many as four of these cards in the 02R. AES/EBU (CD8-AE double slot card, CD8-AE-S single solt card) These cards support an 8-channel AES/EBU compatible modular digital multitrack recorder (such as the Akai DD1500 series). They provide eight input channels and eight output channels. Analog AD/DA (CD8-AD) This double slot card supports any 8-channel analog multitrack recorder. It provides eight input channels and eight output channels. You can only insert two of these cards in the 02R.

The 02R allows you to route the rst 16 MIC/LINE channels directly to an output. If you have the correct conguration, this means you can send direct outputs to a 16-track recorder (for example, two paired ADAT compatible modular digital multitrack recorders). You can route any channel to one of the eight output buses. The buses feed to each of the four 8-track I/O slots in the back of the 02R. You can also route any channel to the stereo bus. When you recall Scene Memory Initial Data, all the channels are routed to the stereo bus.
Introductory Recording Tutorial Using the ROUTING Display Function
Similar to the equalization function, there are two ways of adjusting the routing for MIC/LINE 1. One method is to use the ROUTING display function. The more convenient method is to use the buttons of the ROUTING block of the SELECTED CHANNEL controls.

DIRECT

Note: You can customize the 02R so that when you press a button in the ROUTING block of the SELECTED CHANNEL controls, the ROUTING display function automatically appears on the screen. See Preferences on page 162 of the Users Guide for more information.
Introductory Recording Tutorial Selecting the Routing
1. Press the [ROUTING] button.
The ROUTING display function appears showing the selected routes for MIC/LINE 1.
2. Use the ROUTING buttons of the SELECTED CHANNEL controls to select the routes for MIC/LINE 1. As you press the ROUTING buttons, the LED inset in the button illuminates and the corresponding icon on the ROUTING display function screen changes to reverse video. You can also select the routes by using the CURSOR buttons to move to the desired route icon and pressing the [ENTER] button. Note: When you select a route, the signal from the channel will be routed to the selected bus. The output from that bus will appear at the corresponding outputs of all the I/O cards installed in the 02R. The only exception is when you are using I/O cards in slots 1 and 2 for direct output. See Routing on page 39 of the Users Guide for further details.

Panning

Similar to the equalization and routing functions, there are two ways of adjusting the pan for MIC/LINE 1. One method is to use the PAN display function. The more convenient method is to use the buttons and controls of the PAN block of the SELECTED CHANNEL controls.

R/EVEN

Note: You can customize your 02R so that when you adjust a control of the PAN block of the SELECTED CHANNEL controls, the PAN display function automatically appears on the screen. See Preferences on page 162 of the Users Guide for more information. With a recording mixer like the Digital Recording Console 02R, you can send more effort building your monitor mix than would be worthwhile on a conventional analog mixer. Rather than labouriously having to reset all those parameters again for your mixdown, with the 02R you simply save the settings in a scene memory for instant recall. Pan settings are also important when you are recording a signal to a pair of buses and want to create a balance between the buses for example, when you close-mic a drum kit.

Storing a Scene Memory

When you store a scene memory, you should check that all the mixer settings in the Edit Buffer are correct. Some settings may have been adjusted accidentally, or by someone else. If you are not sure about the exact contents of the mixer and do not want to labouriously check each setting, recall the initial mixer settings (Scene Memory Initial Data), make the adjustments that you really want, and then store. Note: You may want to store the current mix settings to an unused scene memory, just in case. 1. Use the SCENE MEMORY increment or decrement buttons to select a scene memory. You cannot store your settings to either of the special scene memories: U (the UNDO buffer) or 0 Initial Data. If you select these scene memories, an error message will ash on the screen when you attempt to store your scene memory.
When you select a new scene memory, the number displayed in the SCENE MEMORY LED indicator ashes. 2. Press the [STORE] button. The 02R will display a popup conrmation request message asking if you want to store your settings in the selected scene memory. The popup has two control icons: CANCEL and EXECUTE. Note: You can customize your 02R to prevent the conrmation popup from appearing during STORE operations. See Preferences on page 162 of the Users Guide for more information.
CANCEL is the default. To cancel the STORE operation, either press the [ENTER] button or wait about 10 seconds the STORE operation will be automatically cancelled. To store your settings, use the CURSOR buttons to select the EXECUTE control icon and press the [ENTER] button. 3. The scene memory is stored. Note: If you decide you do not like a scene memory after you have stored it, it is very easy to overwrite it by adjusting the mixer settings and storing them to the same location. Conversely, it is also very easy to accidentally overwrite a valued scene memory. The 02R has a Memory Protect feature to help prevent this, but this feature can interfere with your work, plus it is very easy to turn off the protection. See Protecting Scene Memories on page 118 of the Users Guide YOU SHOULD ALWAYS BE CAREFUL WHEN THE 02R DISPLAYS ITS CONFIRMATION POPUP MESSAGE!

Naming a Scene Memory

1. Use the SCENE MEMORY increment or decrement buttons to select the correct scene memory. When you select a new scene memory, the number displayed in the SCENE MEMORY LED indicator ashes. 2. Press the [SCENE MEMORY] button.
The SCENE display function appears:
Note: You may have to press the [SCENE MEMORY] button several times to get to the main screen as shown above. To ensure the scene memory you are attempting to edit is the correct one, you should recall it before proceeding with the next step. See Recalling a Scene Memory on page 65 of the Getting Started Guide.
3. Use the CURSOR buttons to select the title edit box. 4. Select the individual character positions with the CURSOR buttons. Use the encoder wheel to select the characters. You can create a name of up to 16 characters long. It can contain any of the following characters: ! 0 @ P ` p 1 A Q a q 2 B R b r # 3 C S c s $ 4 D T d t % 5 E U e u & 6 F V f v ' 7 G W g w ( 8 H X h x ) 9 I Y i y * : J Z j z + ; K [ k { , < L \ l | = M ] m }. > N ^ n ~ / ? O _ o
You can select the INSERT control icon to insert a space (blank) at the current cursor location in the title edit box. Select the icon with the CURSOR buttons and press the [ENTER] button. The DELETE control icon is used to delete the character under the current cursor location in the title edit box. Note: The COPY and PASTE control icons allow you to select the title from another scene memory and paste it into the title edit box for subsequent editing. 5. Press the [STORE] button. If you respond to the conrmation popup by selecting EXECUTE and pressing the [ENTER] button, the scene memory is stored with its new name.
Secondary Recording Tutorial Recalling a Scene Memory
Scene memories are recalled using the [RECALL] button. They can also be recalled by the automation system or by using MIDI Program Change Messages. 1. Use the SCENE MEMORY increment or decrement buttons to select the desired scene memory.
When you select a new scene memory, the number displayed in the SCENE MEMORY LED indicator ashes. 2. Press the [RECALL] button. The selected scene memory is recalled. Note: When recalling mix scenes, be aware that volume levels may change suddenly as channels are switched ON and faders moved. The 02R has a feature that allows you to fade the levels as a scene memory is loaded, but it cannot compensate for the sudden burst of a channel suddenly being switched on. See Fade Time on page 121 of the Users Guide for further information. When the scene memory is recalled, the number displayed in the SCENE MEMORY LED indicator stops ashing. If you attempt to recall a scene memory that is empty, the 02R will ash an error message, indicating that the selected memory location is not available for recall.

CH.Lib. channel library recall. The number indicates the channel library number (from 1 to 64).
Channel the channel that the recall applies to. For scene memory recall, this eld is blank.
3. Rotate the encoder wheel to change the value at the current cursor location. For timecode, you can independently adjust the hours, minutes, seconds, and frames values. 4. Use the CURSOR buttons to select the INSERT icon and press the [ENTER] button to insert an event. A new event that is an exact duplicate of the current event will be inserted in the table. Use the CURSOR buttons to select the new event and adjust its values to suit. If you change its timecode value, the new event will be moved to its proper location in the time sequence. 5. Use the CURSOR buttons to select the DELETE icon and press [ENTER] to delete the current event. Note: If the cursor is anywhere on the screen other than over the INSERT or DELETE icons, pressing the [ENTER] button will cause the cursor to move over the DELETE icon.

Editing Channel ON/OFF

You can edit the timing and contents of the channel on/off events that have been recorded into the current automix. 1. Press the [AUTOMIX] button again.
You can stop when the Event Edit (CH ON) screen appears:
This display consists of a table listing Time Code, Channel, and ON/OFF of the channel on/off events recorded into the current automix. It also has two control icons which allow you to insert (INSERT) or delete (DELETE) events. 2. Use the CURSOR buttons to select an event to edit. The CURSOR buttons allow you to select the individual events (the selected event is called the current event) and to move across the table entry for each event. You can edit the following data: Time Code the location of the event as a timecode value. The 02R sorts events by their timecode value. Channel the channel that the on/off event applies to. ON/OFF the ON or OFF status of the channel.
3. Rotate the encoder wheel to change the value at the current cursor location. 4. Use the CURSOR buttons to select the INSERT icon and press the [ENTER] button to insert an event. A new event that is an exact duplicate of the current event will be inserted in the table. Use the CURSOR buttons to select the new event and adjust its values to suit. If you change its timecode value, the new event will be moved to its proper location in the time sequence. 5. Use the CURSOR buttons to select the DELETE icon and press [ENTER] to delete the current event. Note: If the cursor is anywhere on the screen other than over the INSERT or DELETE icons, pressing the [ENTER] button will cause the cursor to move over the DELETE icon.
Mixing and Automation Deleting Events
You can delete specic events that have been recorded into the current automix. You can select a timecode range, the channels desired, and the specic events you want to delete. 1. Press the [AUTOMIX] button again.

STORE confirmation popup..53 TITLE EDIT box...52 A/B switch...14
channel ON button...23 SEL button...21 C-R LEVEL control...20 CONTROL ROOM group AUX 5 button...45 ST button...20 C-R MONITOR OUT connectors..14 CURSOR buttons...22
DISPLAY ACCESS AUX AUX 1 button...43 AUX 5 button...45 AUX 7/EFF1 button..46 DISPLAY ACCESS MIXING AUTOMIX button..69 DYNAMICS button..55 EQ button...25 METER button...21 PAN button...38 /ATT button...22 ROUTING button...37 VIEW button...47 display controls CURSOR buttons..22 ENTER button...25 display functions AUTOMIX...69 AUX 1...43 AUX 7...46 DYNAMICS...55 DYNAMICS Library...57 EQUALIZER...24 EQUALIZER Library..30 METER...21 PAN...38 /ATT...22 ROUTING...37 SCENE...63 VIEW....47 DYNAMICS button..55 DYNAMICS display function
DYNAMICS OFF icon..56 KEY IN icons...56 KEY IN prompt...56 LIB icon...57 parameter icons...56 DYNAMICS Library display function COPY icon...60 DEL. (delete) icon...60 INS. (insert) icon...60 PASTE icon..60 popup CANCEL icon...61 popup EXECUTE icon..61 RECALL icon...57 STORE icon...60 STORE confirmation popup..60 TITLE EDIT box...59 dynamics processor compressing the stereo output..55 compressor default values...55 description...54 dynamics programs Compander Hard (CPH)..58 Compander Soft (CPS).58 Compressor (CMP)..58 Ducking (DUK)..58 Expander (EXP)...58 Gate (GAT)...58 editing dynamics programs..58 editing the program name...59 recalling dynamics programs.57 storing dynamics programs..59
edit indicator..23 ENTER button...25 EQ button....25 equalizer attenuation..26 bandwidth type...28 bandwidth, setting..28 description...24 editing the program name...33 frequency indicators...27 frequency, setting...27 gain, resetting..26 gain, setting...25 resetting..29 turning on/off...24 EQUALIZER controls..24
editing effects...50 editing the program name...52 effect return clipping..48 pre or post fader status..47 recalling effects programs..49 send levels, setting..46 storing effects programs..51
EQUALIZER display function ATT (attenuation) icon..26 EQ ON icon...25 F (frequency) icon..27 G (gain) icon...25 Q (bandwidth) icon...28 equalizer library description...30 recalling an EQ program..30 storing an EQ program..32 undoing a recall...32 EQUALIZER Library display function COPY icon...34 DEL. (delete) icon...34 INS. (insert) icon...34 LIB icon...31 PASTE icon..34 popup CANCEL icon...34 popup EXECUTE icon..34 program list...31 program "U" (UNDO buffer)..32 RECALL icon...30 STORE icon...33 STORE confirmation popup..34 TITLE EDIT box...33

AUX group

AUX 1 AUX 2 AUX 3 AUX 4 AUX 5 AUX 6 AUX 7 EFF1 AUX 8 EFF2
These buttons access the Display Functions that set the auxiliary send levels for the recording console. The [AUX 1] to [AUX 6] buttons set the auxiliary send levels to the corresponding auxiliary buss. You can also select whether to send the signal pre or post fader. The [AUX 7] and [AUX 8] buttons also set the send levels to the corresponding auxiliary buss and can select pre or post fader. Digital Recording Console 02R Users Guide
However, these two sends are routed to the internal effects unit. Therefore, the buttons also allow you to select and set the effects parameters.

Display

The large backlit pixel graphical display screen provides clear indication of mix settings and operating status. As well as showing parameter values numerically, faders and rotary controls are represented graphically, so you can actually see pan positions and fader positions. In addition, EQ curves are displayed graphically and signal levels are metered. The following illustration shows information that is always displayed and explains what it means:
Scene Memory Title and Number Display Function Name Selected Channel
Tape Return Level When the [FLIP] button is pressed, these icons become the channel level indicators and are switched to reverse video.

Effect Return Level

The CONTRAST control allows you to adjust the brightness of the screen for different environments.

CURSOR Buttons

The CURSOR buttons are used to select parameters and options on the display screen. The selected parameter or option usually appears highlighted.
The CURSOR buttons are also used to position the cursor in a name when naming automation mixes, scene memories, equalizer programs, effects programs, dynamics programs, and channel library programs. When a display left or right icon appears at the left or right side of the display, indicating that another display page is available, the CURSOR buttons are used to select that display.

Encoder Wheel

The encoder wheel is used to adjust the parameter selected using the CURSOR buttons. Its detented action gives it a positive feel, allowing quick and accurate parameter adjustments. Turning it clockwise increases the selected parameter value. Turning it counterclockwise decreases the selected parameter value. The faster you turn it, the faster the parameter value changes. The encoder wheel is also used to scroll through the automation programs, mix scenes, effects programs, EQ programs, and dynamics processor programs. When naming automation programs, mix scenes, user effects programs, user EQ programs, and user dynamics programs, the encoder wheel is used to scroll through the available characters.

ENTER Button

The top half of the display shows the channel status graphically for the input channels (MIC/LINE 1 through 16, LINE 17/18 through 23/24), the tape and effect return channels (TAPE 1 through 16, EFF1 and EFF2), and the stereo output. The channels you want to extract are highlighted in reverse video. The bottom of the display consists of the Parameter block (LEVEL, CH ON, PAN, EQ, AUX1, AUX2, AUX3, AUX4, AUX5, AUX6, AUX7, and AUX8), the In Time timecode indicator, and the Out Time timecode indicator. Below are the EXTRACT and UNDO control icons.

EXTRACT

Selecting this icon causes the 02R to delete all the applicable events starting from the In Time timecode location up to, but not including, the Out Time timecode location.

ONE/ALL

If you double-click the [ENTER] button when the cursor is on a channel or an event type, that channel/event type will be turned on and all the other channels/event types turned off,or all channels/event types will be turned on.The 02R displays a conrmation popup which allows you to chose one channel/event type or all channels/event types:
Use the CURSOR buttons to select ONE to turn one channel/event type on and all the other channels/event types off, or select ALL to turn all the channels/event types on. Press the [ENTER] button to execute your choice.

MIDI and the 02R

The Digital Recording Console 02R is equipped with SMPTE and MTC synchronization plus a MIDI implementation. You will nd that for most operations, MIDI is not required indeed, because of the complexity of the 02R and the number of parameters available for adjustment, it is not possible to operate the unit by sending MIDI control change messages. Instead, parameter changes are implemented using MIDI system exclusive messages. MIDI can be used to request or send bulk data, system exclusive parameter changes, and program change messages. The 02R uses the following MIDI messages: Program Change to send or receive scene memory changes. System Exclusive to send or receive parameter changes or bulk data transfers.

A DIGITAL I/O display function appears. You may have to press the [DIGITAL I/O] button repeatedly to get to the Dither screen. 2. Use the CURSOR buttons to select the ON/OFF icon for the desired bus and press the [ENTER] button to change the value. 3. Select the Word Length with the CURSOR buttons and press the [ENTER] button.
Shown below is the last DIGITAL I/O display function the Dither screen:

Dither ON/OFF

You can turn the dither function on or off for the stereo bus and for the internal buses 1 through 8. The internal buses are paired for the dither function.

Word Length

You can add dither to compensate for any word size from 16-bit to 24-bit.
1. Press the [SETUP] button. The SETUP display function consists of two screens: the Solo screen and the Preferences screen.
Shown below is the rst SETUP display function the Solo screen:
A SETUP display function appears. Press the [SETUP ] button until the Solo screen appears. 2. Use the CURSOR buttons to select the desired Mode and press the [ENTER] button. 3. Use the CURSOR buttons to select a Status and press the [ENTER] button.

Recording mode:

4. Select a Listen point with the CURSOR buttons and press the [ENTER] button. 5. Select the Solo Level control icon and adjust the level with the encoder wheel.

Solo Functions

Status This command determines which bus will be used when you press the [SOLO] button. If you select Recording, the Solo bus will be used. If you select Mixdown, the signals selected by the combination of the [SOLO] button and the [ON] buttons will be sent to the Stereo bus, and all other channels will be off. Listen This command is only functional in Recording Mode. It selects the point the Solo monitoring signal will be taken from. You can select Pre Fader or After Pan as the monitoring points. In Mixdown Mode the signal is always taken from after the pan and this function is greyed-out. Mode This command controls which channels are added to the Solo. If you select Mix Solo, all channels that are selected ON will be added to output. If you select Last Solo, the channel that was last selected ON will be output. If you only want to listen to one channel at a time in solo mode, select Last Solo. Solo Level This rotary icon controls the output level sent to the Solo bus in Recording Mode. In Mixdown Mode the signal is sent to the stereo bus and this icon is greyed-out.

Mixdown mode:

6. Use the CURSOR buttons to select the Solo Safe channels and press the [ENTER] button to enable/disable the selected channel.
Solo Safe Tape, Mic, Line, and Effects These functions disable solo On/Off selection. If you set a channel to Solo Safe while it was set to Solo ON, the channel remains unconditionally ON in Mixdown Mode when you select Solo. This function has no effect in Recording Mode.

How to use Solo

1. Press the [SOLO] button. The LEDs inset in all the [ON] buttons start ashing. 2. Press the [ON] buttons for the channels you want to solo. The LED inset in the [ON] button you select is illuminated steadily. If you selected Last Solo in the Status command, only the last channel you select will be soloed. 3. Press the [SOLO] button again to cancel the solo function.

PARAMETER CHANGE (byte operation for type number 0:edit buffer, 1:setup, 2:backup) STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS MODEL ID PARAM TYPE 11110000 F43 0001nnnn 1n 00111101 3d 00tttttt tt System Exclusive Message Manufacturer's ID No.(YAMAHA) n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.1-16) MODEL ID (02R) (type number, bit6 = 0( byte operation))
PARAMETER CHANGE (byte operation for type number 0:edit buffer, 1:setup, 2:backup) 0ddddddd dd0 0ddddddd dd1 address( H) high 7 bits of 14 bits address address( L) low 7 bits of 14 bits address data( H) high 4 bits of 8 bits data( 0000dddd) data( L) low 4 bits of 8 bits data( 0000dddd) : End Of Exclusive
0ddddddd dd2 0ddddddd dd3 :

11110111 F7

You can modify two or more continuous bytes by increasing pairs of "data( H)" and "data(L)".
PARAMETER CHANGE (bit operation for type number 0:edit buffer) STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS MODEL ID PARAM TYPE 11110000 F43 0001nnnn 1n 00111101 3d 01tttttt tt 0ddddddd dd0 DATA 0ddddddd dd1 0ddddddd dd2 : EOX 11110111 F7 System Exclusive Message Manufacturer's ID No.(YAMAHA) n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.1-16) MODEL ID (02R) (type number, bit6 = 1( bit operation)) address( H) high 7 bits of 14 bits address address( L) low 7 bits of 14 bits address data( bit0-3:change bit0-7 bit4:0=reset 1=set) : End Of Exclusive
You can modify two or more bits in same address data.
PARAMETER CHANGE (recall/store) STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS MODEL ID PARAM TYPE DATA EOX 11110000 F43 0001nnnn 1n 00111101 3d 0ddddddd dd0 0ddddddd dd1 0ddddddd ddF7 System Exclusive Message Manufacturer's ID No.(YAMAHA) n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.1-16) MODEL ID (02R) recall/store (type number) instruction number channel End Of Exclusive
instruction 0x00 scene recall 0x01 eq lib recall number 0-64 (memory 0-64) 0x7e (undo) 0-127 (library 1-128) channel 0-15(mic1-16) 16-31(tape1-16) 32-35(line) 36,37(eff1,eff2) 38(st mas) 64-79(undo mic) 80-95(undo tape) 96-99(undo line) 100,101(undo eff) 102(undo st mas) 0-35,38,39-46(bus,aux) 64-95,102 103-110(undo bus,aux) 36,37 100,101 0-37 64-101 0, 62(from host) 0 0-38,62 64-102 0-35,38,39-46,62 64-95,102,103-110 36,37,62 100,101 0-37,62 64-101 Tx only Tx only
Tx only Tx only Tx only Tx only Tx only Tx only Tx only Tx only Tx only Tx only Tx only Tx only Tx only Tx only Tx only Tx only Tx only Tx only Tx only

0x02 dynamics lib rcl

0-127 (library 1-128) 0 0-127 (library 1-128) 0 0-63 (library 1-64) 0 1-64 (memory 1-64) 0x7e (undo) 32-127 (library 33-128) 0 40-127 (library 41-128) 0 40-127 (library 41-128) 0 0-63 (library 1-64) 0
0x03 eff lib recall 0x04 channel lib rcl 0x10 scene store 0x11 eq lib store 0x12 dynamics lib str 0x13 eff lib store 0x14 channel lib str
PARAMETER CHANGE (key remote) STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS MODEL ID PARAM TYPE DATA 11110000 F43 0001nnnn 1n 00111101 3d 0ddddddd dd0 0ddddddd dd1 0ddddddd dd2 EOX 11110111 F7 System Exclusive Message Manufacturer's ID No.(YAMAHA) n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.1-16) MODEL ID (02R) key remote (type number) key No.( H) high 7 bits key No.( L) low 7 bits key on( 1)/off( 0) End Of Exclusive

Program Change Assignment Table Bulk Dump Request Format STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS FORMAT No. 11110000 F43 0010nnnn 2n 01111110 7E 01001100 4C 01001101 4D DATA NAME EOX 11110111 F7 System Exclusive Message Manufacturer's ID (YAMAHA) n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.1-16) Universal Bulk Dump 'L' 'M' '' '' '8' 'A' '6' '7' 'P' '' End Of Exclusive
Setup Memory Bulk Dump Format STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS FORMAT No. BYTE COUNT (HIGH/LOW) 11110000 F43 0000nnnn 0n 01111110 7E 01101010 6A System Exclusive Message Manufacturer's ID No.(YAMAHA) n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.1-16) Universal Bulk Dump 266(128x2+10)bytes
Setup Memory Bulk Dump Format 01001100 4C 01001101 4D 0ddddddd dsH 0ddddddd dsL 'L' 'M' '' '' '8' 'A' '6' '7' 'S' ''

DATA NAME

Setup Memory(128x2bytes)
0ddddddd deH 0ddddddd deL CHECK SUM EOX 0eeeeeee ee 11110111 F7 ee=(INVERT('L'+'M'+.+dsH+.+deL)+1) AND 7Fh End Of Exclusive
Setup Memory Bulk Dump Request Format STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS FORMAT No. 11110000 F43 0010nnnn 2n 01111110 7E 01001100 4C 01001101 4D DATA NAME EOX 11110111 F7 System Exclusive Message Manufacturer's ID (YAMAHA) n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.1-16) Universal Bulk Dump 'L' 'M' '' '' '8' 'A' '6' '7' 'S' '' End Of Exclusive
Effect Library Bulk Dump Format STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS FORMAT No. BYTE COUNT (HIGH/LOW) 11110000 F43 0000nnnn 0n 01111110 7E 01001100 4C 01001101 4D DATA NAME 0mmmmmmm mm 0ttttttt tt : : title16 0ttttttt tt DATA 0ddddddd dsH 0ddddddd dsL : : Effect Library Memory(23x2bytes) 0ddddddd deH 0ddddddd deL CHECK SUM EOX 0eeeeeee ee 11110111 F7 ee=(INVERT('L'+'M'+.+dsH+.+deL)+1) AND 7Fh End Of Exclusive System Exclusive Message Manufacturer's ID No.(YAMAHA) n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.1-16) Universal Bulk Dump 72(23x2+16+10)bytes 'L' 'M' '' '' '8' 'A' '6' '7' 'E' m=0-127(Effect Library No.1-128) title1
Effect library receive is effective for programs 41-128 only.
Effect Library Bulk Dump Request Format STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS FORMAT No. 11110000 F43 0010nnnn 2n 01111110 7E System Exclusive Message Manufacturer's ID (YAMAHA) n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.1-16) Universal Bulk Dump
Effect Library Bulk Dump Request Format 01001100 4C 01001101 4D 0mmmmmmm mm 11110111 F7 'L' 'M' '' '' '8' 'A' '6' '7' 'E' m=0-127(Effect Library No.1-128) End Of Exclusive

DATA NAME EOX

Effect library transmission from the 02R is possible for programs 41-128 only.
Equalizer Library Bulk Dump Format STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS FORMAT No. BYTE COUNT (HIGH/LOW) 11110000 F43 0000nnnn 0n 01111110 7E 00111110 3e 01001100 4C 01001101 4D DATA NAME 0mmmmmmm mm 0ttttttt tt : : title16 0ttttttt tt DATA 0ddddddd dsH 0ddddddd dsL : : Equalizer Library Memory(18x2bytes) 0ddddddd deH 0ddddddd deL System Exclusive Message Manufacturer's ID No.(YAMAHA) n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.1-16) Universal Bulk Dump 62(18x2+16+10)bytes 'L' 'M' '' '' '8' 'A' '6' '7' 'Q' m=0-127(Equalizer Library No.1-128) title1

L-MID box...50 LOW box...50 Q (bandwidth) icon...50 also see Getting Started Guide equalizer library description...53 exiting the library...54 program name...55 recalling EQ programs..53 storing EQ programs..53 UNDO operation..55 EQUALIZER Library display function COPY icon...54 DEL. icon...54 equalizer library store confirmation popup..54 popup CANCEL icon..54 popup EXECUTE icon..54 INS. icon...54 LIB icon...54 PASTE icon..54 program "U" (UNDO buffer)..55 RECALL icon...54 STORE icon...54 TITLE EDIT box...53
description...62 ducking description..67 parameters..67 dynamics library..73 dynamics programs Compander Hard (CPH)..66 Compander Soft (CPS).66 Compressor (CMP)..63 Ducking (DUK)..67 Expander (EXP)...65 Gate (GAT)...67 exiting the library...74 expander description..65 parameters..65 gate description..67 parameters..67 program name...75 recalling dynamics programs.73 storing dynamics programs..73 UNDO operation..75
edit indicator...115 effect return rotary encoder..28 effects see internal effects also see AUX 7 display function encoder wheel...21 ENTER button...21 EQ button....49 equalizer default values..51 description...49 equalizer, resetting..51 gain, resetting..51 parameters...50 EQUALIZER display function ATT control icon...49 equalization curve..49 EQ ON icon...49 F (frequency) icon..50 G (gain) icon...50 HIGH box...50 H-MID box..50 level meters...49 LIB icon...49
factory default settings...170 fader calibration...170 faders...28 faders, grouping...148 FADER STATUS indicator AUX LED...85 AUX number...85 FLIP button...28
gain GAIN control...27 20dB (pad) switch...27 GAIN control...27 graphical display screen...20 GROUP button...148 GROUP display function Fader Group screen channel group icons..148 Enable group select icons..148 Mute Group screen
channel group icons..149 Enable group select icons..149
input controls gain...27 pad...27 phantom power...26 installing 02R options double slot cards..176 memory expansion kit...177 peak meter bridge...177 single slot cards..175 wooden side panels..177 internal effects auxiliary sends...92 description...90 exiting the library...96 program name...97 recalling effects programs..95 storing effects programs..95 UNDO operation..97
METER button...41 METER display function PEAK HOLD icon..41 POST EQ icon..41 POST FADER icon..41 PRE EQ icon...41 also see Getting Started Guide metering description...41 optional meter bridge MB02..43 peak hold...42 source points...42 MIDI button...143 MIDI data format..206223 MIDI display function MIDI Bulk Dump & Request screen AUTOMIX icon..145 BULK DUMP icon..146 BULK REQUEST icon..146 CH LIB icon...145 DUMP ALL icon..146 DY. LIB icon..145 EFF LIB icon..145 EQ LIB icon...145

 

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