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(AVX-S80/DVD-S80) DVD Home Cinema Sound System
DVX-S80 Main Specifications
Receiver Section (AVR-S80) RMS Output Power Main Ch 33 W + 33 W (6 ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD) Centre Ch 33 W (6 ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD) Rear Ch 33 W + 33 W (6 ohms, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD) Subwoofer (LFE Ch) 40 W (5 ohms, 100 Hz, 0.9% THD) Maximum Power Main Ch 40 W + 40 W (6 ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD) Centre Ch 40 W (6 ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD) Rear Ch 40 W + 40 W (6 ohms, 1 kHz, 10% THD) Subwoofer (LFE Ch) 50 W (5 ohms, 100 Hz, 10% THD) Input Sensitivity/Impedance 200 mV/47 k-ohms Frequency Response (Main) 2088,000 Hz +0, -3 dB Signal-to-Noise Ratio (250 mV) 95 dB FM Usable Sensitivity (Mono) 1.8 V Input Terminals 3 optical, 4 composite and 4 audio 2 composite, 1 audio and headphone Output Terminals stereo mini jack Preout Terminals Main L/R, centre, rear L/R, and subwoofer Dimensions (W x H x D) 435 x 67 x 265 mm Weight/Unit 4 kg AVR-S80 Surround Programmes: 21 Surround Programmes HiFi DSP Programmes CONCERT HALL Concert Hall JAZZ CLUB Jazz Club ROCK CONCERT Rock Concert Disco ENTERTAINMENT 5 Ch Stereo Programme Subtotal 5 CINEMA DSP Programmes Game ENTERTAINMENT Concert Video MONO MOVIE Mono Movie TV SPORTS TV Sports Spectacle MOVIE THEATER 1 Sci-Fi Adventure MOVIE THEATER 2 General ENHANCED Enhanced Programme Subtotal 9 Surround Formats Dolby Digital Dolby Digital/Matrix 6.1 DTS Digital Surround DTS/Matrix 6.1 Dolby Pro Logic Dolby Pro Logic II Music Dolby Pro Logic II Movie Programme Subtotal 7 Programme Total 21 Speaker Section (NX-SW80) Magnetic Shielding Yes System Frequency Response 3030,000 Hz 4 Satellites (two main and two rear speakers) Type Acoustic suspension design Drivers Dual 5cm full-range Dimensions (W x H x D)/Unit 72 x 164 x 111 mm Weight/Unit 0.9 kg Centre Speaker Type Acoustic suspension design Drivers Dual 5cm full-range Dimensions (W x H x D) 300 x 72 x 110 mm Weight 1.1 kg Subwoofer Type Advanced YST subwoofer Driver 16cm multi-range Dimensions (W x H x D) 200 x 395 x 416 mm Weight 11.2 kg DVD Player Section (DVD-S80) Signal-to-Noise Ratio 115 dB Frequency Response (CD) 220,000 Hz (DVD) 222,000 Hz (48 kHz sampling) (DVD) 244,000 Hz (96 kHz sampling) Dynamic Range (DVD/CD) 102 dB/98 dB Harmonic Distortion + Noise 0.0025% Dimensions (W x H x D) 435 x 75 x 248 mm Weight/Unit 2.6 kg DVD-S80 is optional in some areas.
C i n e m a S t a t i o n
AVX-S80/DVD-S80 Cinema DVD Home Sound System
DVD-S80 Connection Panel (European model)
AVR-S80 Connection Panel (European model)
Yamahas unique technology for the creation of sound fields is capable of powerfully reproducing the three-dimensional environment that movie sound engineers aim to convey, in any audio format from monaural to the latest 6.1-channel digital surround. It is compatible with DVD and all other A/V sources. Yamaha CINEMA DSP technology has received a patent in the U.S. (Patent No. 5,261,005). Dolby Digital, EX and Double D are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Corporation. DTS, ES and DTS Digital Surround are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. Screen images are simulated. Product designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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The latest in home cinema sophistication: sleek and stylish design, realistic surround sound.
Heres a home cinema system that does more for a room than fill it with sound. The soft, elegant design, with matching compact speakers, adds a sophisticated accent to any interior. This is a beautiful blend of high-performance audio and eye-pleasing style.
Yamaha Surround Programmes make movies and music come alive.
The DVX-S80 gives you a wide selection of listening possibilities, with 21 thrillingly realistic Surround Programmes. The CINEMA DSP programmes are designed with input from film sound engineers, to precisely Yamaha Exclusive YSS-938 LSI reproduce the ideal acoustics of various types of movies. There are also HiFi DSP programmes for music. Naturally, you have full compatibility with all 5.1 channel movie sound formats,
Convenient tuner with 40 Station Presets.
The centre unit also includes an AM/FM tuner with RDS functions and 40 presets that make it easy to instantly access your favourite stations (RDS functions: only for European models).
High performance speakers complete your stylish home cinema.
The six system speakers (for 5.1 channel sound) are attractive and compact, yet deliver exceptional clarity and surprising power. The two main, two rear and centre speakers are extremely efficient and perfectly balanced. The subwoofer uses a large 16cm cone woofer and features Yamahas Advanced YST (Yamaha Active Servo Technology) system for powerful bass response. All speakers are magnetically shielded, so they can be placed on or near a video monitor.
Easy setup, automatic selection, remote control.
Connecting the system together is an easy matter, and if you want to add more components, Terminals and there are plenty of cables are colour-coded for input and output easy connection. terminals you can use, including digital connections. You dont have to worry about complicated settings, either the DVX-S80 automatically selects the best input signal and proper sound format for you. The remote control is easy to use and even lets you programme and control the DVD player.
Satellite Speaker (ML) Satellite Speaker (RL) Centre Speaker Satellite Speaker (MR) Subwoofer Satellite Speaker (RR)
High quality DVD Player with advanced Yamaha features.
The DVD Player uses Yamahas advanced digital technology to deliver top quality audio and video. In addition to the usual convenient functions such as still, slow and repeat, it also has two unique features youll appreciate. The first is ultra-fast 200x search with a progress indicator that helps you find the scene you want to watch. The second is Quick Replay, which takes you back about 10 seconds to replay what youve just watched. It works at the touch of a button and is great for listening again to dialogue that you didnt catch the first time.
DVD-S80 is optional in some areas.
while a Phantom mode lets you enjoy the new Dolby Digital EX and DTS-ES 6.1 channel formats as well. Whats more, Yamahas exclusive SILENT CINEMA mode allows private enjoyment of multi-channel music and movie sound through ordinary headphones.
Optional speaker stands (SPS-80) look good and put the sound at the right height.
DVD Home Cinema Sound System
Read this before setup
Thank you for selecting this YAMAHA SPS-80 speaker stand.
This speaker stand is only for the speaker systems listed in USABLE SPEAKERS below. Do not use the speakers other than these listed. To prevent the speaker from falling, use the screws and parts provided with the stand. To prevent the speaker stand from falling over, select a location which is flat and stable. To avoid accidents resulting from tripping over loose speaker cables and to prevent the speaker stand from falling over, fix the speaker cables to the wall, etc. Do not let the children lean on the stand as this might cause the serious accidents resulting from the falling over of the speaker stand.
To prevent the speaker stand from discoloring and warping, keep the speaker stand away from the stoves and places where it will be exposed to direct sunlight, etc. Do not attempt to clean the speaker stand with chemical solvents as this might damage the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth. Secure placement or installation is the owners responsibility. YAMAHA shall not be liable for any accident caused by improper placement or installation of speakers.
(mm/inch) Top view
Dimensions (W x H x D): 300 x x 300mm (11-13/16 x 25-9/16 35-7/16 x 11-13/16) Weight: 2.1 kg (4 lbs. 10 oz.)
YAMAHA NX-230P (the main and rear speakers included in the NS-P230/ NS-P236 speaker package) NX-220P (the main and rear speakers included in the NS-P220 speaker package) NX-S80S (the front and rear speakers included in the AVX-S80 sound system) NX-S60S (the front and rear speakers included in the DVX-S60 sound system) NX-S77E (the rear speakers included in the AV-S77 sound system) NX-VS10E (the rear speakers included in the VS-10 sound system) * * Use a speaker of 1 kg or less. Use a speaker with a screw hole of 4 mm in diameter for attaching the speaker mounting bracket.
297 (11-11/16) 900 (35-7/16)
(When shortened to minimum) (When extended to maximum)
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Before beginning the setup, check the parts list and make sure all the parts are included.
NAME QUANTITY Pole 2 2
Remove the speaker mounting bracket from the pole by removing the screw using the screwdriver. Speaker mounting bracket
Pole Support Base + face screws (Diam. x Length: 4 x 8 mm) (Diam. x Length: 4 x 6 mm)
5 Hexagon socket set screws 6 Wrench (hexagonal) 7 Cable protection seal 8 Rubber cap
Attach the speaker mounting bracket to the speaker by screwing it into the screw hole on the bottom of the speaker.
(You will need a screwdriver for the setup.)
Attach the support to the base by fastening the three + face screws from the holes on the bottom of the base. Base
Speaker (not included)
* Do not overtighten the + self-machine screws. Doing so may damage the screws or assembly.
Pass the speaker cable through the pole from the end without the cut. Then pass the cable through the hole on the speaker mounting bracket from the side with the groove as shown in the figure.
Pass the speaker cable through the support from the bottom. * A speaker cable more than 4 mm x 2 mm in diameter cannot be used. If you use such a cable, connect it to the speakers terminals without passing it through the pole. Speaker cable (not included) Support
Speaker cable Cut Pole
Speaker mounting bracket Groove
Pull out the speaker cable in the length of 15 to 16 cm from the speaker mounting bracket. Then attach the speaker mounting bracket to the pole so that the speaker cable fits to the cut in the pole. This will lock the speaker cable. After that, fasten the screw. 1516 cm
Adjust the speaker direction. Then put the wrench into the hole of the speaker monting braket, and tighten the bracket to the speaker by moving the wrench counterclockwise.
Connect the speaker cable to the speakers terminals correctly. * Refer to the instruction manual of the speakers for connecting the speaker cables.
Insert the pole to the support, and adjust the height of the stand. After adjusting the height, fasten the hexagon socket set screws into the two holes on the support using the longer handle of the included wrench, and attach the rubber cap to the support. * The line on the pole shows the limit of the stand height. Do not let the line of the stand height limit go beyond the upper end of the support. Otherwise, the hexagon socket set screw of the lower side becomes ineffective and the fixation becomes unstable.
Align the speaker cable to the grooved part of the bottom of the base, and fix the cable on the base by putting the protection seal on it. Cable protection seal
* Rubber cap
Hexagon socket set screw
Stand height limit
Support Wrench (hexagonal)
The setup has completed. In the same way, set up the other stand.
The inside of the rubber cap has a space for storing the wrench after the setup.
Make sure to note the following when stretching or shortening the pole after the setup. Make sure to remove the cable protection seal before stretching or shortening the pole. When stretching the pole, pull out the pole carefully with the speaker stand laying along. When shortening the pole, retract the pole carefully while pulling out the speaker cable slowly by hand from the base side with the speaker stand laying along.
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