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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.
Special Instructions for U.K. Model
IMPORTANT THE WIRES IN 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. Be sure to read the TROUBLESHOOTING section regarding common operating errors before concluding that the unit is faulty. 11. When not planning to use this unit for a long period of time (e.g., a vacation), disconnect the AC power plug from the wall outlet. 12. To prevent lightning damage, disconnect the AC power plug and disconnect the antenna cable when there is an electrical storm. 13. Grounding or polarization Precautions should be taken so that the grounding or polarization of the unit is not defeated. 14. AC outlet Do not connect audio equipment to the AC outlet on the rear panel if that equipment requires more power than the outlet is rated to provide.
FEATURES OF THE SOUND EFFECTS
Welcome to the exciting world of digital home entertainment. This unit is one of the most complete and advanced AV receivers available. Some of the more advanced features may not be familiar to you, but they are easy to use. State-of-the-art technologies such as Dolby Digital and Digital Theater Systems (DTS) may be new to your home, but you have probably experienced the amazing realism they bring to feature films in theaters around the world. To make the listening experience even more enjoyable, this unit includes a number of exclusive, digitally created listening environments known as digital sound fields. Choosing a sound field program is like transporting yourself to such venues as an outdoor arena, a European church, or a cozy jazz club. Take some time now to read more about these features and enjoy the new experiences this unit brings to your home theater.
Digital Sound Field Processing
y Preset station number selector
Each of these buttons selects a preset station number (1 to 8).
u Tone controls
These controls are only effective for the sound from the main speakers. BASS Use this control to increase or decrease the low-frequency response. The 0 position produces a flat response. TREBLE Use this control to increase or decrease the high-frequency response. The 0 position produces a flat response.
g SET MENU
Press this button to select functions in the SET MENU mode.
h PROGRAM selector
Press or to select a DSP program. The name of the selected program appears on the display.
Press this button once to switch the effect speakers (center and rear) on or off. If you turn off the effect by using EFFECT, all Dolby Digital and DTS audio signals are directed to the main left and right channels. In that case, the left and right channel signal levels may not match.
This control is only effective for the sound from the main speakers. Turn the control to adjust the balance of the output volume to the left and right speakers to compensate for sound imbalance caused by the speaker location or listening room conditions.
k VIDEO AUX terminals
Connect an auxiliary video or audio input source such as a camcorder to these terminals. If the connected video unit has an S video output terminal, connect it to the S VIDEO terminal to obtain a high-resolution picture. The source connected to these terminals can be selected by INPUT.
1 Multi-information display
This displays various information, for example the station frequency, preset station number and name of the selected input source.
8 RDS mode indicators
The name(s) of the RDS mode(s) employed by the currently received RDS station light(s) up. Illumination of one of the named indicators shows that the corresponding RDS mode is now selected.
2 MEMORY indicator
When MEMORY is pressed, this indicator flashes for about five seconds. During this period, the displayed station can be stored in the memory.
3 AUTO TUNING indicator
This lights up when the unit is in the automatic tuning mode.
4 TAPE/MD MON indicator
This lights up when the tape deck (or MD recorder, etc.) is selected as the input source by pressing TAPE/MD MON / EXT. DECODER on the front panel or TAPE/MD on the remote control.
Set BASS, TREBLE and BALANCE to the 0 position.
Turn up the volume.
Press TEST so that TEST LEFT appears on the display.
You will hear a test tone (like pink noise) from each speaker for about two seconds in following order: left main speaker, center speaker, right main speaker, right rear speaker and left rear speaker. The display changes as shown below.
* If the function CNTR in the SET MENU mode is set to the NONE position, you will hear the center channel test tone from the left and right main speakers.
Adjust BALANCE so that the sound output level of the left main speaker and the right main speaker is the same.
Adjust the sound output levels of the center speaker and the rear speakers so that they become almost the same as that of the main speakers. Press TIME/LEVEL once or more to select the speaker to be adjusted so that CENTER, R SUR. or L SUR. appears on the display.
Notes Once you have completed these adjustments, you can only adjust the overall sound level of your audio system by using VOLUME (or VOLUME ( ) on the remote control). If you use external power amplifiers, you may also use their volume controls to achieve the proper balance. If the function CNTR in the SET MENU mode is set to the NONE position, the sound output level of the center speaker cannot be adjusted in step 8. The center sound is automatically output from the left and right main speakers. If there is insufficient sound output from the center and rear speakers, you may decrease the main speaker output level by setting M.LVL to 10 dB.
* You cannot adjust the delay time while the test tone is sounding even if DELAY appears on the display after pressing TIME/LEVEL once or more. Adjust the level. * Pressing raises and lowers the level. * While adjusting, the test tone is heard from the selected speaker.
When the adjustment is finished, press TEST again to stop the test tone.
TO PLAY A SOURCE
When using the remote control Set the SELECTOR DIAL to the AMP/TUN position on the remote control. To operate the CD player, DVD/LD player, tape deck, MD recorder, or other components with this remote control, set the SELECTOR DIAL to the component to be used. (See SETUP CODES on page 50.)
Select the desired input source by using INPUT. (Turn on the monitor TV for video sources.)
The name of the selected input source will appear on the display.
To play a tape or an MD Press TAPE/MD MON / EXT. DECODER on the front panel or TAPE/MD on the remote control so that the TAPE/MD MON indicator lights up on the display.
To use a decoder connected to the EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT terminals Press TAPE/MD MON / EXT. DECODER once or more on the front panel or EXT. DEC. on the remote control so that EXT. DECDR appears on the display.
The SLEEP time is displayed.
Each time you press SLEEP, the SLEEP time will change as follows:
The SLEEP timer is off (SLEEP OFF). (This is the state before SLEEP is pressed.)
The SLEEP indicator soon lights up and the display returns to the indication before the SLEEP timer was set.
The unit will be switched to the standby mode automatically at the selected SLEEP time.
SOUND FIELD PROGRAM
This unit incorporates a sophisticated, multi-program digital sound field processor. This processor allows you to electronically expand and change the shape of the audio sound field from both audio and video sources, creating a theater-like experience in your listening room. You can create outstanding audio sound by selecting a suitable sound field program (this will, of course, depend on what you are listening to) and adding any desired adjustments. The operation of built-in decoders (Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Digital and DTS) can be controlled by selecting a corresponding DSP program incorporating the combined operation of YAMAHA DSP and Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital or DTS. The following list gives you a brief description of the sound fields produced by each of the DSP programs. Keep in mind that most of these are precise digital re-creations of actual acoustic environments.
For movie or audio/video sources
No. 1 PROGRAM Normal Program  DOLBY PRO LOGIC ( ) Input source : Dolby Surround 2-ch Dolby Digital Output channel : 4 channels DSP :  DOLBY DIGITAL ( ) Input source : Dolby Digital Output channel : 5.1 channels DSP :  DTS ( ) Input source : DTS Output channel : 5.1 channels DSP : Enhanced Program  DOLBY PRO LOGIC/Enhanced ( Input source : Dolby Surround 2-ch Dolby Digital Output channel : 4 channels DSP : 1 (surround)  DOLBY DIGITAL/Enhanced ( Input source : Dolby Digital Output channel : 5.1 channels DSP : 2 (surround L, R)  DTS/Enhanced ( ) Input source : DTS Output channel : 5.1 channels DSP : 2 (surround L, R) ) FEATURES The built-in Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Digital or DTS decoder precisely reproduces the sound and effect of the encoded source. The realization of a highly efficient decoding process improves cross talk and channel separation and makes sound positioning smoother and more precise.
This program ideally simulates the multi-surround speaker systems of the 35 mm-film movie theater. Each decoding and digital sound field processing operation is precisely performed without altering the original sound orientation. The surround effect produced by the sound field folds around the viewer naturally from the rear to the left and right and toward the screen.
PROGRAM CINEMA DSP Program  70 mm MOVIE THEATER ( ) Input source : Dolby Surround 2-ch Dolby Digital Output channel : 3 channels DSP : 2 (presence & surround)  70 mm MOVIE THEATER DOLBY D. ( Input source : Dolby Digital Output channel : 5.1 channels DSP : 3 (presence & surround L, R)  70 mm MOVIE THEATER DTS ( ) Input source : DTS Output channel : 5.1 channels DSP : 3 (presence & surround L, R) MONO MOVIE Input source : Monaural Output channel : 1 DSP :1 TV SPORTS Input source : Audio/Video Output channel : 2 to 5.1 channels DSP : 2 to 3 (presence & surround)
FEATURES Creates the extremely wide sound field of a movie theater. It precisely reproduces the source sound in detail, giving both the video and the sound field incredible reality. Any kind of video source encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS (especially large-scale movie productions) is ideal for use with this program. )
This program is designed specifically to enhance monaural sources. Compared to a strictly mono setting, the sound image is wider and slightly forward of the speaker pair, lending an immediacy to the overall sound. This program is furnished with a tight sound field in which the sound will not spread excessively at the front, but the rear surround produces dynamic sound expansion.
For Hi-Fi Audio sources
No. 6 PROGRAM Hi-Fi DSP Program Input source : 2-ch PCM/Analog audio Output channel : 2 channels DSP :1  DISCO FEATURES
Simulates the acoustics of disco in the heart of a lively city. The sound is dense and highly concentrated. Ideally suited for rock music. You will experience a dynamic and lively sound field. Creates the expansive ambience of a large concert hall. Orchestra and opera music are suited to this program.
 ROCK CONCERT
 CONCERT HALL
PLAYING A SOURCE WITH THE DIGITAL SOUND FIELD PROCESSOR (DSP) EFFECT
Follow steps 1 to 7 shown in TO PLAY A SOURCE on pages 24 to 25. Select the desired DSP program that is suitable for the source.
TO CANCEL THE SOUND EFFECT
To cancel the sound effect and monitor only the main sound, press EFFECT or EFCT ON/OFF. Press EFFECT or EFCT ON/OFF once more to turn sound effect back on.
or or Press DSP. While the indicator is lit up for about three seconds, select a DSP program with the numeric buttons (1 to 8).
* If the SELECTOR DIAL is set to the DSP position, you can also select a DSP program directly with the numeric buttons (1 to 8).
The name of the selected program appears on the display.
If desired, adjust the delay time and the output level of each speaker. (See pages 40 and 41 for details.)
The following indicators on the display show you what sound processing is being undertaken.
Notes You can select a program for each of the input sources. Once you select a program, it is linked with the input source selected at that time. So, when you select the input source next time, the same program is automatically called up. When a monaural sound source is being played with DOLBY PRO LOGIC or DOLBY PRO LOGIC ENHANCED, no sound will be heard from the main speakers and the rear speakers. Sound can only be heard from the center speaker. However, if the NONE position is selected for CNTR in the SET MENU mode, the main speakers will output the sound of the center channel. When the source of signals input to the EXTERNAL DECODER INPUT terminals of this unit is selected, DSP cannot be used. If the sound effect is canceled when signals encoded with Dolby Digital or DTS are input to this unit, the signals of all channels are mixed and are output from the main speakers. If EFFECT or EFCT ON/OFF is pressed to turn the sound effects off when Dolby Digital or DTS is decoded, it may happen that the sound is output faintly or not output normally, depending on the source. In that case, press EFFECT or EFCT ON/OFF to turn on the sound effects. If you change the LD (or CD) being played back with DTS being decoded to another disc that is not encoded with DTS when the red dts indicator lights up, playing back the newly selected disc will result in no sound output. In this state, the red dts indicator flashes to show that this unit is locked in the DTS-decoding mode. To play back the disc normally, change the current DTSdecoding mode to another mode by INPUT MODE on the front panel or by INPUT on the remote control so that the red dts indicator goes off.
1 This lights up in orange when a DVD source encoded with DTS is played back and DTS is decoded. 2 This lights up in red when an LD source or a CD source encoded with DTS is played back and DTS is decoded. 3 This lights up when Dolby Digital is being decoded and the signals of the selected source encoded with Dolby Digital is not in 2-channel. 4 This lights up when the digital sound field processor is turned on. 5 This lights up when Dolby Surround is being decoded by Dolby Pro Logic.
ADJUSTING THE DELAY TIME AND SPEAKER OUTPUT LEVELS
DSP: This unit can be controlled and DSP programs can be selected directly. DVD/LD & DVD MENU: An LD player can be controlled by using the DVD/LD position. A DVD player can be controlled by using the DVD/LD and DVD MENU positions. The code for a YAMAHA DVD player is preset. If the remote control will not operate your YAMAHA DVD player, you need to preset code number 4490.
Notes 1. The shaded positions in the diagram above indicate that you can preset the code for the manufacturer of your component. Note that you can preset only one code for one position. (See SETUP CODES on page 50 for details). 2. DVD/LD and DVD MENU positions: Be sure that the SELECTOR DIAL is set to the DVD/LD position before presetting the code for a DVD or an LD player. The code that you preset to the DVD/LD position is also simultaneously preset to the DVD MENU position. You cannot preset the code for a DVD player when the SELECTOR DIAL is set to the DVD MENU position. DVD MENU operations cannot be performed for some DVD players. 3. When using a second (and third) VCR (See To use a second (and third) VCR on page 50 for details.): If you are not using a CBL/DBS (cable TV or DBS tuner), the second (or third) VCR can be preset by using the CBL/DBS position. If you are not using a DVD player, the second (or third) VCR can be preset by using the DVD MENU position. Note that in this case you must preset the code for an LD player to the DVD/LD position even if an LD player is not being used. 4. The button functions on the remote control differ depending on the position selected by the SELECTOR DIAL. Refer to the following pages for details.
Select the position for the component that you want to control by turning the SELECTOR DIAL. Note: Turn the SELECTOR DIAL until it stops with a click.
Press the desired operation button. Note: Press the button with the remote control aimed at the front panel.
The position name is displayed in this window.
Indicator The indicator will flash when the button is pressed.
The lightly marked buttons do not function.
Indicator window: Displays the names of components which can be controlled.
Note: TV POWER and TV VOLUME function if you have preset the code for your TV.
Indicator: Flashes in red when the button is pressed. SELECTOR DIAL: Selects the position for the component to be controlled.
This button turns the unit on.
Press one of these buttons to select the required input source.
3 EXT. DEC.
Press this button when using an external decoder.
Press this button to select a group of preset stations.
Press this button. While the indicator is lit up for about three seconds, select a DSP program by using the number buttons (1 to 8). No DSP program can be selected after the indicator goes off.
6 PRESET (+/)
Press these buttons to select the preset station number.
7 VOLUME (
) Press these buttons to adjust the volume level. Press this button to mute the sound. To cancel mute, press this button once more, or press the operation buttons of this unit.
8 MUTE 9 SLEEP
Press this button to set the SLEEP timer.
0 (LEFT), (RIGHT) These buttons are used to adjust the settings of the SET MENU mode and the TIME/LEVEL mode. q TIME/LEVEL
Press this button to set the unit in the TIME/LEVEL mode and to select the item.
Press this button to set this unit in the standby mode.
Press this button to output a test tone for adjusting the output level of the speakers.
r EFCT (EFFECT) ON/OFF
Press this button to turn on or off the DSP program which includes the Dolby Pro Logic decoder, the Dolby Digital decoder and the DTS decoder.
(NEXT), (BACK) These buttons are used to advance or go back one selection in the SET MENU mode and TIME/LEVEL mode. Press this button to set the unit in the SET MENU mode and to select functions.
y SET MENU
2 DSP program
Press one of these buttons to select the required DSP program (1 to 8). When you select the input source, set the SELECTOR DIAL to the AMP/TUN position. Note: The function of all buttons other than DSP program is the same as that with the AMP/TUN position.
7 (STOP) Press this button to stop operation. This button functions as PAUSE/STOP* for operating YAMAHA CD players under factory settings. 8
(SEARCH) This button initiates a fast-forward search on the track that is playing to find the point from which you want to listen.
* PAUSE/STOP function. Press the button once to give a pause in operation and once more to stop operation.
(DVD) This button turns the unit on under factory settings. If another code for your DVD player whose remote control has a power button is preset, the button will turn on the DVD player. (LD) This button turns the unit on if you have preset the code for the YAMAHA LD player. If another code for your LD player whose remote control has a power button is preset, the button will turn on the LD player.
TV VOLUME DISPLAY TV INPUT PAUSE STOP ANGLE (DVD)/SEARCH (LD) AUDIO (DVD)
TV POWER SKIP/SEARCH PLAY SUBTITLE (DVD)/SEARCH (LD) SUBTITLE ON/OFF (DVD)
s DVD MENU
This button turns the unit on under factory settings. If another code for your DVD player whose remote control has a power button is preset, the button will turn on the DVD player.
CLEAR +10 DISC SKIP TV VOLUME TITLE/INDEX TV INPUT MENU UP MENU RIGHT MENU DOWN RETURN MENU
TV POWER MENU LEFT MENU SELECT SET UP TITLE
Note: You can only control your VCR if you have preset the code for it.
CHANNEL ENTER CHANNEL UP DOWN TV VOLUME TV POWER VCR REC Press this button twice to start recording. PLAY REWIND DISPLAY TV INPUT PAUSE STOP FAST FORWARD
CHANNEL ENTER TV EFFECT ON/OFF CHANNEL UP DOWN TV MUTE TV SLEEP TV POWER VCR REC Press this button twice. VCR PLAY VCR REWIND VCR STOP VCR FAST FORWARD TV VOLUME DISPLAY TV INPUT VCR PAUSE
CHANNEL ENTER CHANNEL UP DOWN
TV VOLUME DISPLAY TV INPUT MENU UP MENU RIGHT MENU DOWN RECALL MENU
TV POWER MENU LEFT MENU SELECT
NOTES ABOUT THE REMOTE CONTROL
1. 2. 3. Turn the remote control over and slide the battery compartment cover in the direction of the arrow. Insert the batteries (AA, R6 or UM-3 type) according the polarity markings on the inside of the battery compartment. Close the battery compartment cover.
Remote control sensor
Remote control operation range
If the remote control operates only when it is close to the unit, the batteries are weak. Replace all the batteries with new ones. Be sure to replace the batteries within about two minutes. If it takes longer than two minutes, the codes preset for the remote control will return to the factory settings. Notes Use only AA, R6 or UM-3 batteries for replacement. Be sure the battery polarity is correct. (See the illustration inside the battery compartment.) Remove the batteries if the remote control will not be used for an extended period of time. If the batteries have leaked, dispose of them immediately. Avoid touching the leaked material or letting it come into contact with clothing, etc. Clean the battery compartment thoroughly before installing new batteries.
Within approximately 6 m (20 feet)
Notes There should be no large obstacles between the remote control and the unit. If the remote control sensor is directly illuminated by strong lighting (especially from an inverter type of fluorescent lamp), it might cause the remote control not to work correctly. In this case, reposition the unit to avoid direct lighting.
Presetting the remote control
Perform the presetting procedure for each component you want to control with the remote control. Note: If your component does not respond to any of the codes listed for the manufacturer, use the original remote control that was supplied with the component.
To control your components (MD recorder, DVD player, TV, etc.)
1. 2. Turn on the component to be used. Set the SELECTOR DIAL to the desired position for the component (TAPE/MD, DVD/LD, TV, etc.).
If you are using the DVD MENU position for a second (or third) VCR, you must preset the code for an LD player to the DVD/LD position. 1. 2. Turn on the VCR to be used. Set the SELECTOR DIAL to the CBL/DBS or DVD MENU position.
Returning to the factory-set codes
To return all components to the factoryset codes, follow these steps. 1. Set the SELECTOR DIAL to a position other than the AMP/TUN or DSP position. 2. Press both VOLUME buttons ( ) for about four seconds at the same time so that the indicator flashes twice. 3. Enter code number 9987. 4. Make sure that the indicator flashes twice. To return each component to the factoryset code, follow these steps. 1. Set the SELECTOR DIAL to the position for the component to be returned to the factory-set code. 2. Press both VOLUME buttons ( ) for about four seconds at the same time so that the indicator flashes twice. 3. Enter code number 9999. 4. Make sure that the indicator flashes twice. The following codes are preset as the factory settings. Factory-set codes POSITION Component Code TV VCR DVD/LD CD TV VCR CD player YAMAHA 8524 YAMAHA CBL/DBS DBS tuner
Press both VOLUME buttons ( ) for about four seconds at the same time so that the indicator flashes twice.
Use the numeric buttons to enter the four-digit manufacturers code for the component to be used. Make sure that the indicator flashes twice. If the indicator does not flash, repeat step 3 and re-enter the code.
Use the numeric buttons to enter the four-digit code for the second (or third) VCR. Make sure that the indicator flashes twice. If the indicator does not flash, repeat steps 3 and 4, and re-enter the code.
Press POWER (or any other button) on the remote control to check if you have preset the code correctly. If the component cannot be controlled with the remote control, try entering another code for the same manufacturer.
DVD player 4545 YAMAHA
To use a second (and third) VCR
You can use the CBL/DBS and/or DVD MENU positions to control a second (and/or third) VCR if a CBL (or DBS) or DVD player is not being used.
Press POWER (or any other button) on the remote control to check if you have preset the code correctly. If the VCR cannot be controlled with the remote control, try entering another code for the same manufacturer.
TAPE/MD Tape deck
We recommend that you write all the code numbers you have preset on the Quick Reference Card.
If the unit fails to operate normally, check the following points to determine whether the fault can be corrected by the simple measures suggested. If it cannot be corrected, or if the fault is not listed in the SYMPTOM column, disconnect the power cord and contact your authorized YAMAHA dealer or service center for help. SYMPTOM The unit fails to turn on when STANDBY/ON is pressed, or set in the standby mode suddenly soon after the power has been turned on. The unit does not work normally. CAUSE The power cord is not plugged in or the plug is not completely inserted. The IMPEDANCE SELECTOR switch on the rear panel is not fully set to the upper or lower end. The internal microcomputer has been frozen by an external electric shock (lightning, excessive static electricity, etc.) or by a power supply with low voltage. Incorrect output cord connections. REMEDY Firmly plug in the power cord. Set the switch fully to the upper or lower end when the unit is in the standby mode. Set the unit in the standby mode and disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet. After about 30 seconds have passed, connect the power and operate the unit again. Connect the cords properly. If the problem persists, the cords may be defective. Select an appropriate input source with INPUT or TAPE/MD MON / EXT. DECODER. Set SPEAKERS corresponding to the speakers in use to the ON position. Secure the connections. Play a source whose signals this unit can reproduce.
Tuning Range.. 531 to 1,611 kHz Usable Sensitivity.. 300 V/m Signal-to-Noise Ratio.. 52 dB Antenna. Loop antenna Output Level (30% mod., 1 kHz).. 150 mV
Power Supply.. AC 230 V, 50 Hz Power Consumption.. 300 W AC Outlets 2 SWITCHED OUTLETS [Europe model].. 100 W max. total 1 SWITCHED OUTLET [U.K. model].. 100 W max. Dimensions (W x H x D).. 435 x 151 x 391 mm (17-1/8 x 5-15/16 x 15-3/8) Weight. 12.5 kg (27 lbs. 8 oz.) Accessories.. AM loop antenna Indoor FM antenna 75-ohm/300-ohm antenna adapter (U.K. model only) Remote control Batteries Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Video Signal Type. PAL Video Signal Level. 1 Vp-p/75 ohms S-Video Signal Level Y... 1 Vp-p/75 ohms C.. 0.286 Vp-p/75 ohms Maximum Input Level.. 1.5 Vp-p or more Signal-to-Noise Ratio.. 50 dB or more Monitor Out Frequency Response.. 5 Hz to 10 MHz, 3 dB
Tuning Range. 87.50 to 108.00 MHz Usable Sensitivity (DIN) Mono (S/N 26 dB).. 0.9 V Stereo (S/N 46 dB).. 28 V
LIST OF MANUFACTURERS CODES LISTES DES CODES FABRICANT VERZEICHNIS DER HERSTELLER CODES LISTA VER TILLVERKARKODER
Abex Acura Admiral Adyson Akai Akura Alaron Alba 0093, 0163, 0213 0217, 0032 0208, 0361 0218, 0264, 0037, 0218, 0371, 0009, 0036, 0235 Allorgan 0294 Amplivision 0217 Amstrad 0371, 0009, 0362, 0369 Anam 0009, 0068 Anitech 0009, 0068, 0076 Arcam 0216, 0217 Asberg 0076 Asuka 0218 Atlantic 0206 Audiosonic 0037, 0109 Autovox 0206, 0076, 0336 BPL 0282 BSR 0294 BTC 0218 Baird 0343 Basic Line 0218, 0009 Baur 0037, 0010, 0554, 0349, 0361 Beko 0370 Beon 0037 Binatone 0217 Blaupunkt 0554, 0191, 0195, 0200, 0213, 0327, 0328 Blue Sky 0218 Blue Star 0282 Bondstec 0247 Boots 0217 Brandt 0109, 0196, 0198, 0205, 0333, 0335 Brionvega 0362 Britannia 0216 Bush 0037, 0218, 0374, 0371, 0294,0009, 0282, 0036, 0349 CCE 0037, 0217 CGE 0074, 0076, 0084, 0247, 0306 CS Electronics 0216 CTC 0247 Carrefour 0036 Cascade 0009 Cathay 0037 Centurion 0037 Century 0213 Cimline 0009 Clarivox 0037 Clatronic 0370, 0076, 0247 Condor 0370, 0320 Contec 0216, 0009, 0036, 0157 Continental Edison 0196, 0198, 0205, 0333 Crosley 0074, 0076, 0084, 0213 Crown 0037, 0370, 0418, 0009, 0076 Crystal 0431 Curtis Mathes 0093 Cybertron 0218 Daewoo 0037, 0374, 0009 Dainichi 0218, 0215 Dansai 0037 Dayton 0009 De Graaf 0208 Decca 0037, 0072 Dixi 0037, 0009 Dual 0336, 0352 Dual Tec 0217 Dumont 0070 Elbe 0259 Elin 0037 Elite 0218, 0282, 0213, 0361 0037, 0037, 0109, 0005, 0073, 0190, 0238, 0287, 0335, 0343 Fidelity 0216, 0361 Finlandia 0208, 0346, 0359 Finlux 0037, 0072, 0070, 0105, 0346 Firstline 0216, 0217, 0294, 0009, 0321, 0247 Fisher 0370, 0217, 0208, 0303 Flint 0455 Formenti 0037, 0320, 0213 Frontech 0264, 0431, 0163, 0247 Fujitsu 0072, 0206 Funai 0294, 0264, 0303 GE 0282, 0093 GEC 0037, 0217, 0072, 0043, 0205 GPM 0218 Geloso 0009, 0213 Genexxa 0218, 0163 GoldStar 0037, 0217, 0109, 0032, 0290 Goodmans 0037, 0217, 0374, 0371, 0072, 0036, 0235, 0317, 0343 Gorenje 0370 Gradiente 0053 Graetz 0163, 0361 Granada 0037, 0217, 0072, 0146, 0208, 0339, 0359 Grandin 0282 Grundig 0037, 0554, 0070, 0191, 0195, 0205 HCM 0009, 0282 Hanseatic 0037, 0320, 0361 Harley Davidson 0043 Harvard 0068 Hinari 0037, 0218, 0009, 0036 Hisawa 0282, 0455 Hitachi 0217, 0036, 0109, 0032, 0043, 0044, 0105, 0163, 0196, 0198, 0225, 0306, 0349 Huanyu 0216, 0374 Hypson 0037, 0282, 0264 ICE 0217, 0371, 0264 ICeS 0218 ITS 0371 ITT 0163, 0361 Imperial 0370, 0418, 0074, 0076, 0084, 0247 Indiana 0037 Ingelen 0163 Inno Hit 0072 Interbuy 0068 Interfunk 0037, 0163, 0247, 0361 Intervision 0037, 0217, 0264, 0102, 0068 Isukai 0218 JVC 0371, 0036, 0053, 0190, 0192 KTV 0217 Kaisui 0216, 0217, 0218, 0009, 0282 Kamp 0216 Kapsch 0206, 0163 Kawasho 0216 Kendo 0037, 0235, 0362 Kingsley 0216 Kneissel 0259 Korpel 0037 Koyoda 0009 Leyco 0037, 0294, 0072, 0264 Liesenk & Tter 0037 Lloytron 0032 Loewe 0075 Luma 0206 Luxor 0349, 0361 Elta Emerson Erres Expert Ferguson
Axis BT Barcom Beko Best Blaupunkt Boca Brain Wave Bush CNT Cambridge Channel Master Chaparral CityCom Commlink Connexions Crown Cyrus D-box DDC DNT Diskxpress Drake EIF Echostar Emanon FTE Ferguson
Palcom Palladium Palsat Panda Philips
2455, 2571, 2200, 2292, 2328 Phonotrend 2288, 2592 Planet 2871 Plasmatic 2442 Polytron 2394 Promax 2455 Prosat 2288 Quadral 2362, 2519 RFT 2288, 2220, 2200 Radiola 2200 Radix 2396, 2882 SAT 2321, 2351, 2461 SEG 2421, 2369, 2539 STVI 2417 Saba 2520, 2336 Sabre 2455 Sagem 2820 Salora 2108 Samsung 2287 SatPartner 2421, 2332, 2520, 2502, 2335, 2692 Satcom 2605, 2346 Satec 2183, 2328 Satmaster 2346 Schwaiger 2183, 2394, 2504 Seemann 2396, 2530 Siemens 2173 Skymaster 2288, 2605, 2519 Star Trak 2421 Strong 2421 Sunstar 2513 TPS 2820 Tantec 2455, 2297, 2336 TechniSat 2262, 2501 Techniland 2346 Telefunken 2421 Teleka 2243, 2613 Telesat 2605 Thomson 2455 Tonna 2668, 2346 Triad 2321, 2333, 2335, 2351 Triasat 2501 Unitor 2332, 2217 Universum 2571, 2173 Vector 2333 Ventana 2200 Vortec 2421 Vtech 2351 Wevasat 2333 Winersat 2332 Wisi 2455, 2396, 2173, 2321, 2351, 2372, 2406, 2407 XSat 2889 Xcom Multimedia 2889 Zehnder 2520, 2321, 2331
ASA Admiral Adventura Aiko Aiwa 3037, 3000, 3037, 3307, 3348, 3352 Akai 3315, 3106, 3041, 3053 Akiba 3072 Alba 3072, 3020, 3278, 3209, 3315, 3352 Ambassador 3020 Amstrad 3000, 3278, 3325, 3332 Anitech 3072 Asha 3240 Asuka 3037 Audiovox 3037 Baird 3000, 3041, 3104, 3107 Basic Line 3072, 3020, 3278 Beaumark 3240 Bell & Howell 3104 Blaupunkt 3034, 3226, 3195, 3003, 3006, 3154, 3162, 3227, 3403 Brandt 3320, 3187, 3321 Brandt Electronic 3041 Broksonic 3209 Bush 3072, 3278, 3209, 3352 CCE 3072, 3278
CGE 3000 Calix 3037 Capehart 3020 Carver 3081 Catron 3020 Cimline 3072 Cineral 3278 Citizen 3037, 3278 Clatronic 3020 Colt 3072 Combitech 3352 Condor 3020 Craig 3072, 3037, 3047, 3240 Crown 3072, 3020, 3278 Curtis Mathes 3041, 3162 Cybernex 3240 Cyrus 3081 Daewoo 3020, 3278, 3045 Dansai 3072 Daytron 3020 De Graaf 3042, 3166 Decca 3000, 3081 Denon 3042 Dual 3041 Dumont 3000, 3081, 3104 Dynatech 3000 ESC 3278, 3240 Elbe 3038 Elcatech 3072 Electrohome 3037 Electrophonic 3037 Emerex 3032 Emerson 3000, 3037, 3278, 3209, 3036, 3043, 3088 Ferguson 3320, 3041, 3107, 3321 Fidelity 3000 Finlandia 3081, 3104 Finlux 3000, 3081, 3042, 3104 Firstline 3072, 3037, 3209, 3045, 3043 Fisher 3046, 3047, 3054, 3104 Frontech 3020 Fuji 3033 Funai 3000 GE 3048, 3240 GEC 3081 Garrard 3000 General 3020 Go Video 3432 GoldHand 3072 GoldStar 3037, 3038, 3225 Goodmans 3072, 3000, 3020, 3037, 3278, 3403 Gradiente 3000, 3008 Graetz 3005, 3041, 3104, 3240 Granada 3081, 3046, 3104 Grandin 3072, 3000, 3037 Grundig 3072, 3081, 3347, 3226, 3195, 3003, 3006, 3007, 3207, 3349, 3403 HCM 3072 HI-Q 3047 Hanseatic 3037 Harley Davidson 3000 Harman/Kardon 3038 Harwood 3072 Headquarter 3046 Hinari 3072, 3004, 3240, 3352 Hitachi 3000, 3004, 3042, 3041, 3166, 3235, 3240 Hypson 3072 ITT 3106, 3046, 3384, 3005, 3041, 3104, 3240 ITV 3037, 3278 Imperial 3000 Ingersol 3004 Interfunk 3081 JVC 3067, 3384, 3008, 3041, 3206, 3207, 3486 Jensen 3041 KEC 3037, 3278 KLH 3072 Kaisui 3072 Kendo 3209, 3106 Kenwood 3067, 3384, 3038, 3041 Kodak 3037 Korpel 3072 LXI 3037
AV220C2 FAX-L120 Chartplotter 15LB450S Ascona X-snipe 300 GR-389RT TX-SR603 KV-36FS76E Coffee BAR Mobile Review DVR 522 CE-100 Fatal1TY-AN8-SLI Foreman GR30 Kd-pdr50 SA-W505 41 61 KD-AVX55 S820D AC-L100 CD2353S VP6100 RHT600R FFH-216 X204N EW879F Enclave RFT 5577 NM1800 Juicemaster 5500DTN CP740 Express 2 KFC-W3012 Adventure SMO-F551 H1509 Mcmy10SCC PV-GS31 LE37A436t1D RT-211 Aspire-1670 GPS 15-W Pocketpowerpack SP2504C-C Proheat 7950 42PD8600 Blue XS Lcdw19HD Lexibook E10 PSR-200 Express 7 Instructions C3500 22LU50 Bosch IXO Laguna II 305HR HTR-6030 FWM37 Aclea KMX51 Behringer C-4 Desktop PC GS93W65CEF EL-2901RH DXZ925 DSR-PD150 RX-V1200 Array RC-5900M Iaudio X5 KV-EF34m90 DG834GTB OMS-7E 52600 21PV708 RX-V3200 96-80 RX-V3300 CY-12H Berlin Dwl-G520 ZKG2105 Sub 8 Accus AW1001M P5G41-m SI 7040 USG ZB406 Aspire 6530 IDA-X100 DSC-W330 8270XL Leica Iiic TC-KA3ES RMS600 DX7590 YZF-R1
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