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OVERVIEW OF CONNECTIONS. 17 Video Inputs & Outputs. HDMI IN 14 Video Inputs l COMPOSITE IN 13 Video Inputs s COMPOSITE OUT 12 Video Outputs d S-Video IN 13 Video Inputs s S-Video 12 Video Outputs d COMPONENT VIDEO 13 Video Inputs j High Denition TV Monitor Outputs k; Standard Denition TV Monitor Outputs g ZONE 24 VIDEO Outputs a Audio Inputs & Outputs. Digital Inputs w Digital Outputs r Tuner Inputs [ CD Inputs f TAPE Outputs h VIDEO 15 Audio Inputs q VIDEO 12 Audio Outputs e MULTI Inputs t Preamp Outputs p ZONE 24 Audio Outputs = 21
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About Rotel
Our story began nearly 50 years ago. Over the decades, we have received hundreds of awards for our products and satised hundreds of thousands of people who take their entertainment seriously like you! Rotel was founded by a family whose passionate interest in music led them to manufacture high-delity components of uncompromising quality. Through the years, that passion has remained undiminished and the family goal of providing exceptional value for audiophiles and music lovers, regardless of their budget, is shared by all Rotel employees. Rotels engineers work as a close team, listening to, and ne tuning, each new product until it reaches their exacting musical standards. They are free to choose components from around the world in order to make that product the best they can. You are likely to nd capacitors from the United Kingdom and Germany, semiconductors from Japan or the United States, while toroidal power transformers are manufactured in Rotels own factory. We all have concerns about our environment. And, as more and more electronics are produced and later discarded, it is especially important for a manufacturer to do all it can to engineer products that have a minimum negative impact on landll sites and water tables. At Rotel, we are proud to do our part. We have reduced the lead content in our electronics by using special ROHS solder, while our new Class D (not digital) ampliers are up to ve times more efcient than our legacy designs and still deliver power and performance. These products run cool, give minimum wasted energy, are good for the environment and give better sound too. Finally, we have printed this manual on recycled paper stock. While we understand that these are small rst steps, they are still important ones. And we continue to pursue new methods and materials for a cleaner and greener manufacturing process. All of us at Rotel thank you for buying this product. We are sure it will bring you many years of enjoyment.

Getting Started

Thank you for purchasing the Rotel RSP-1570 Surround Sound Processor. The RSP-1570 is a full-featured audio/video control center for analog and digital source components. It features digital processing for a wide range of formats including Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital and DTS source material.
digital, DTS-HDTM Master Audio and DTS-HDTM High Resolution recordings. DTS Neo:6 Surround modes for deriving surround channels for 5.1, 6.1 or 7.1 channel systems from 2-channel stereo or matrix surround recordings. Can be optimized for Music or Cinema sources. Rotel XS (eXtra Surround) automatically ensures proper decoding and optimum performance from any multichannel digital signal on 6.1 and 7.1 channel systems. Always active in any system with center back speaker(s), Rotel XS even works with signals that would not otherwise activate the proper decoding (such as non-agged DTSES and Dolby Surround EX discs) or for which there is no extended surround decoder (such as DTS 5.1, Dolby Digital 5.1, and even Dolby Pro Logic II decoded Dolby Digital 2.0 recordings). Surround modes for playback of surround sound material on 2 channel and 3 channel systems for total compatibility. Four DSP Music modes.

OVERVIEW OF CONNECTIONS

Although the rear panel may look daunting, connecting the unit to your system is straightforward. Each of the source components in the system are connected to the RSP-1570s inputs with a pair of standard RCA cables for analog audio, a video connection (Composite, S-Video, Component Video, and/or HDMI), and an optional digital audio cable (coax or optical).

Video features

Analog input and output video connections for use with Composite video, S-Video, and Component Video signals, including conversion to Component Video output. HDMI switching for digital video signals up to 1080p and HDMI Bypass video. Compatible with DVI components with HDMI-DVI adapter. For more information see the section HDMI: Frequently Asked Questions in this manual. Videophile line-doubling and scaling up to high-denition resolutions. Accepts any type of video input: NTSC 480i, PAL 576i, NTSC 480p, PAL 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p and 1080p 24Hz. Outputs digital or analog video at any resolution (NTSC 480i, PAL 576i, NTSC 480p, PAL 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p) to match any digital or analog TVs.
Note: Surround formats like Dolby Digital and DTS are digital formats and the RSP-1570 can only decode them when a digital input signal is available. For this reason, you should always connect your DVD players digital outputs to the RSP-1570, using either the optical or coax inputs.
The outputs of the RSP-1570 processor are sent to up to power amplier(s) with standard RCA cables from the preamp audio outputs. The video signal from the RSP-1570 is sent to the TV monitor using Composite video, S-Video, Component Video, and/or HDMI connections. In addition, the processor has MULTI input connections for use with a source component that does its own surround decoding, remote IR sensor inputs, and 12V trigger connections for remote turn-on of other Rotel components.

Surround features

Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Copyright 1995-2005. All rights reserved. Manufactured under license under U.S. Patents: 5,451,942; 5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,226,616; 6,487,535 and other U.S. and worldwide patents issued and pending. DTS is a registered trademark and the DTS logos, Symbol, DTS-HD and DTS-HD Master Audio are trademarks of DTS, Inc. Copyright 1996-2007 DTS, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Automatic Dolby Digital decoding for Dolby Digital 2.0, Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital Surround EXTM, Dolby TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus recordings. Dolby Pro Logic IIx decoding (for 6.1 and 7.1 channel systems) with improved separation and frequency response for Dolby Surround matrix encoded recordings. Can be optimized for Music or Cinema sources, Pro Logic or Games. Automatic decoding for DTS 5.1 channel, DTS-ES Matrix 6.1 channel, DTS-ES Discrete 6.1 channel, DTS 96/24, DTS-ES 96/24
Note: Each source input must be properly configured using the INPUT SETUP menu of the OSD menu system. We recommend going to this menu after connecting each source to configure it as desired. See Input Setup in the Setup section for information.
Video Inputs & Outputs
These connections are used for connecting video signals to and from the unit. See the Making Connections section for specic instructions for each type of component. The RSP-1570 provides Composite, S-Video, Component Video, and HDMI connections Composite video connections simplify system conguration; however, S-Video connections typically provide better picture quality. Component Video or HDMI connections provide the best
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signal quality and are required for HDTV or progressive scanned DVD video.
Note: For proper operation, all HDMI components and TVs connected to the RSP-1570 should be compatible with the HDMI Version 1.1 standard or higher. The HDMI digital connections are usually compatible with DVI components with an appropriate DVI-D cable adapter. For more information see the section HDMI: Frequently Asked Questions, in this manual.

ON/OFF buttons can be used to activate the unit or put it into standby mode.
Note: After all connections are completed, the rear panel master power switch should be put in the ON position and usually left in that position.
12V TRIGGER Connections o
The S-Video or Composite Video TV MONITOR outputs of the processor send the video signal to a standard denition TV monitor. These video outputs can only send a 480i/576i standard denition video signal to a TV. They can only output video signals from a standard denition 480i/576i component. Signals from progressive scan DVD players or other high denition sources cannot be downconverted to standard denition for S-Video or Composite Video. In most cases, S-Video outputs will provide better picture quality than Composite Video.

Digital Outputs r

The RSP-1570 has two digital outputs (one coaxial and one optical) to send the digital signal from any of the digital inputs to a digital recorder or outboard digital processor. When a digital input source signal is selected for listening, that signal is automatically sent to both digital outputs for recording.
Many Rotel ampliers offer the option of turning them on and off using a 12 volt trigger. These six connections provide this 12 volt trigger signal from the processor. When the unit is activated, a 12 volt DC signal is sent from these jacks to the ampliers to turn them on. When the processor is put in STANDBY mode, the trigger signal is interrupted and the ampliers turn off. To use the remote turn on feature, connect one of the RSP-1570s 12V TRIG OUT jacks to the 12 volt trigger input of a Rotel amplier, using a cable with mono 3.5mm mini-plugs on both ends. The +12 V DC signal appears at the tip connector.
Tuner Inputs [ CD Inputs f
A left/right pair of RCA analog audio inputs for connecting an AM/FM tuner.

Preamp Outputs p

Note: Component Video 480i/576i inputs can be passed to S-Video and Composite Video outputs.
A left/right pair of RCA analog audio inputs for connecting a CD player.

ZONE 24 VIDEO Outputs a

TAPE Inputs h
A group of ten RCA analog audio outputs sends the RSP-1570s line level output signals to external ampliers and powered subwoofers. These outputs are variable level, adjusted by the RSP-1570s volume control. The ten connectors provide output for: FRONT L & R, CENTER 1 & 2, SURROUND (REAR) L & R, CENTER BACK CB1 & CB2, and SUBWOOFER 1 & 2.
The ZONE VIDEO outputs of the processor send a Composite or S-Video signal to a TV monitor in Zone 2, Zone 3, or Zone 4.
A pair of RCA inputs, labeled TAPE IN, for connecting the left/right analog audio signals from an audio tape deck or recording device.

Five pairs of RCA inputs (VIDEO IN 15) provide connections for left/right analog audio signals from ve additional source components. These inputs have corresponding video inputs and are used for VCRs, satellite TV tuners, DVD players, etc. However, they may also be used for additional audio only components, simply by omitting the corresponding video connections.
Note: Only analog input signals are available at the Zone 2, 3, and 4 outputs. Source components connected to only the digital inputs are not available in the remote zones.
To congure your system for remote zone operation, connect the left and right Zone 2 , 3, or 4 outputs on the RSP-1570 to the left and right channel inputs of the amplier powering the remote zone speakers, using standard RCA audio cables. There are also Composite video and S-Video outputs for each of the zones.
Two pairs of RCA jacks (VIDEO OUT 12) provide connections for sending line level left and right analog audio signals for recording to a VCR. These connections correspond to the VIDEO IN 12 connections. Make sure that you are consistent. If you hook up a particular VCR to the VIDEO 1 inputs, hook up the VIDEO 1 outputs to the same VCR.

VIDEO 12 Audio Outputs e

Other Connections

AC Input \

Your Rotel processor is congured at the factory for the proper AC line voltage in the country where you purchased it (USA: 120 volts/60Hz AC or CE: 230 volts/50 Hz AC ). The AC line conguration is noted on a decal on the back of your unit. Plug the supplied cord into the AC INPUT receptacle on the back of the unit.
Note: The RR-1061 remote control can be set to send individual IR commands for each zone. Please refer to the setup manual supplied with the RR-1061 to program this function. Note: The IR signals from the REM IN EXT and REM IN ZONE 24 jacks can be relayed to source components using external IR emitters or hard-wired connections from the IR OUT jacks. See the following section for additional information.
Note: There are no analog audio outputs for VIDEO 3, 4, & 5. Therefore, in an elaborate system, hook up all of the VCRs and recording devices to VIDEO 12 and use VIDEO 3, 4 & 5 for playback only components. Note: Video 12 can be used for audio-only tape decks, simply omitting the corresponding video connections.
Note: Memorized settings and video labels are preserved indenitely, even if the unit is disconnected from AC power.

IR OUT Jacks u

Master Power Switch ]
The large rocker switch on the rear panel is a master power switch. When it is in the OFF position, power to the unit is completely off. When it is in the ON position, the front panel STANDBY and remote control

See Figure 8 VCR connections can be made to the VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2 inputs and outputs. If you choose VIDEO 1, make sure that you use VIDEO 1 inputs and outputs for all analog audio and video connections. S-Video connections: Connect an S-Video cable from the output of the VCR to the S-Video IN 1 or 2 input. Connect an S-Video cable from the S-Video OUT 1 or 2 jack to the VCR inputs. Composite connections: Connect an RCA video cable from the output of the VCR to the COMPOSITE IN 1 or 2 input. Connect an RCA video cable from the COMPOSITE OUT 1 or 2 jack to the VCR inputs. Audio Connections: Connect the left and right analog outputs from the VCR to either the VIDEO IN 1 or VIDEO IN 2 audio inputs. Connect the left and right VIDEO OUT 1 or VIDEO OUT 2 audio outputs to the analog inputs on the VCR. Optional Digital Audio: For a digital recording device, connect the digital output of the recorder to one of the OPTICAL IN or COAXIAL IN digital inputs on the processor. Use the INPUT SETUP screen to assign that digital input to the VIDEO source (VIDEO 1, 2, or 3) used for the previous connections. If the recording device accepts a digital recording input, connect one of the OPTICAL OUT or COAXIAL OUT connections to the digital input of the recorder.
Note: Use the INPUT SETUP screen to assign the video input you have used to the TV Tuner source.
Digital audio connection: Connect the digital output of the TV tuner to any one of the DIGITAL IN OPTICAL 14 or DIGITAL IN COAXIAL 13 inputs on the processor. An HDMI cable carries both digital video and digital audio signals; therefore, no separate digital audio connection needs to be made.
Note: Use the INPUT SETUP screen to assign the digital input to the same video input source used above.
Optional analog audio connection: If you want to record the audio signal from the TV tuner, connect the left and right analog outputs from the TV tuner to one pair of VIDEO IN 15 audio input jacks. Make sure that you connect the right channel to the R input jack and the left channel to the L input jack.
Note: Use the INPUT SETUP screen to assign the video input you have used to the DVD source.
Digital audio connection: Connect the digital output of the DVD player to any one of the DIGITAL IN OPTICAL 14 or DIGITAL IN COAXIAL 13 inputs on the processor. An HDMI cable carries both digital video and digital audio signals; therefore, no separate digital audio connection needs to be made.

AM/FM Tuner w[

See Figure 11 Digital audio connection: If using an HD Radio or other digital tuner, connect the digital output of the tuner to any one of the DIGITAL IN OPTICAL 14 or DIGITAL IN COAXIAL 13 inputs on the RSP-1570.

DVD-A or SACD Player tl

See Figure 6 In most cases, DVD-A, SACD, and other external multichannel processors are connected to the processor by sending decoded analog audio signals using RCA cables. A DVD-A player with HDMI outputs can send digital signals directly to the processor for decoding.

Optional analog audio connection: If you want to record the audio signal from the DVD player, connect the left and right analog outputs from the DVD player to one pair of VIDEO IN 15 audio input jacks.
Note: Use the INPUT SETUP screen to assign the digital input to TUNER source.
Analog audio connection: If using an analog AM/FM tuner or if you want to record the audio signal from the tuner, connect the left and right analog outputs from the tuner to the pair of audio input jacks labeled
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Analog Connections: To hook up a DVD-A, an SACD player (or any external surround decoder) with analog connections, use audio RCA cables to connect the outputs of the player to the RCA jacks labeled MULTI INPUT, making sure that you observe proper channel consistency, i.e. connect the right front channel to the FRONT R input, etc. Depending on your system conguration, make six connections (FRONT L & R, SURROUND L & R, CENTER, and SUBWOOFER), seven connections (adding a CENTER BACK connection), or eight connections (adding two CENTER BACK connections). The MULTI inputs are analog bypass inputs, passing signals directly through to the Volume Control and preamp outputs, bypassing all of the digital processing. The processor provides an optional bass redirect feature that duplicates the seven main channels and passes them through an analog 100 Hz low pass lter, creating a summed mono subwoofer output derived from the main channels. See the INPUT SETUP menu in the Setup section of this manual for details on bass redirect feature. HDMI digital connection: If the DVD-A player has HDMI outputs, simply connect an HDMI cable to the output of the player to one of the HDMI 14 inputs on the processor. This cable sends the video signal from the player along with a digital audio signal. The DVD-A multichannel decoding is handled by the processor.
1. Connect one cable from the COMPONENT VIDEO MONITOR OUT connector labeled Y on the processor to the Y input on the TV. 2. Connect a second cable from the connector labeled PB on the processor to the PB input on the TV. 3. Connect a third cable from the connector labeled PR on the processor to the PR input on the TV.
1. Connect the front left amplier to the FRONT L jack. 2. Connect the front right amplier to the FRONT R jack 3. Connect the center channel amplier to the CENTER 1 or CENTER 2 jack. 4. Connect the surround left amplier to the REAR L jack. 5. Connect the surround right amplier to the REAR R jack. 6. Connect the center back left amplier to the CB1 jack. 7. Connect the center back right amplier to the CB2 jack. After you have connected the preamp outputs, you need to congure the RSP-1570 for the size and style of speakers in your system and calibrate the relative volume levels of the speakers using the built-in test tones. See the Setup section of this manual.

Dolby Digital 2.0 discs

Dolby Digital decoding is auto-detected and cannot be overridden. You may, however, select 2-channel playback, 5.1 channel playback with Pro Logic II matrix surround, 6.1/7.1 channel playback with Pro Logic IIx matrix surround, or Dolby 3-Stereo playback. On a 5.1 system. Press the SUR+ button on the remote, then use the +/ buttons to step through four options: DD 2.0 channel, DD with Pro Logic II Cinema matrix surround, DD with Pro Logic II Music matrix surround, or Dolby Digital 3 channel stereo. You can also repeatedly press the 2CH button on the front panel or the remote to select the same options. On a 6.1/7.1 system. Press the SUR+ button on the remote, then use the +/ buttons to step through four options: DD 2.0 channel, DD with Pro Logic IIx Cinema matrix surround, DD with Pro Logic IIx Music matrix surround, or Dolby Digital 3 channel stereo. You can also repeatedly press the 2CH button on the front panel or the remote to select the same options. To select Cinema or Music options in Pro Logic II or Pro Logic IIx modes. Press the SUR+ button twice while in Pro Logic II or Pro Logic IIx modes. Then, use the +/ buttons to select the Music or Cinema options.
Note: A digital signal coming into the processor will be recognized and properly decoded. However, on a DVD with multiple soundtracks, you must tell the DVD player which one to send to the processor. For example, you may need to use the DVDs menu system to select the Dolby Digital 5.1 or DTS 5.1 soundtrack rather than the default Dolby Digital 2.0 Dolby Surround soundtrack.
Digital Stereo discs 7LNO
Dolby Digital 5.1 discs Dolby Digital Surround EX discs
Dolby Digital decoding is auto-detected and cannot be overridden. You may, however, select a 2-channel downmix of 5.1 channel recordings. In a 6.1 or 7.1 channel system, you can also choose Dolby Surround EX, Dolby Pro Logic IIx Music, Dolby Pro Logic IIx Cinema (7.1 channel only), or Rotel XS processing for center back channels.
Manually Selecting Surround Modes
As described in the previous section, the combination of auto-detection of Dolby Digital and DTS recordings and setting default surround modes for each input during the setup of the processor makes operation of surround modes totally automatic. For many users, this automatic surround mode selection will meet all of their listening needs. For users who prefer a more active role in setting surround modes, buttons on the remote and the front panel provide manual selection of surround mode that are not automatically detected or, in some cases, to override an automatic setting. Manual settings available from the front panel and/or the remote might be used when you want to play: Standard 2-channel stereo (left/right speakers only) with no surround processing. Downmixed 2-channel playback of Dolby Digital 5.1 or DTS recordings. Dolby 3-channel stereo (left/right/center) of 2-channel recordings. 5-channel or 7-channel stereo from 2-channel recordings. One of four DSP modes for DSP concert hall simulation from 2channel music recordings.

As you select a speaker in the above adjustments, you may notice an addition choice, group delay. See the following for an explanation of this feature.

Group Delay CL

The SPEAKER adjustments (described above) can also be used to make a temporary adjustment to the group delay or lip-synch delay. Group delay delays the overall audio signal (to all speakers) by a specied amount to correct for situations where the video and audio signals are out of synch. This can occur with upconverted digital TV signals or when trying to match a radio broadcast with the video from a sports event. The settings range from 0 to 500 milliseconds in 5ms increments. Like the speaker settings, this is a temporary adjustment that overrides the permanent default setting for a video source until a different input source is selected or the unit is turned off. To adjust group delay using the remote:
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English System Status
Avoid sending the same infrared command to the RSP-1570s front panel sensor and to a remote zone repeater at the same time. This means that remote zones must be in a different room from the RSP-1570.
2. Within 10 seconds, adjust the volume control on the front panel or remote to change the output level for the selected zone. The new setting appears in the display. 3. Following 10 seconds with no commands, the unit reverts to normal operation.
The Rotel RSP-1570 features two types of information displays to help operate the system. The rst consists of simple status displays that appear on the TV screen and/or front panel display whenever primary settings (Volume, Input, etc.) are changed. These status displays are selfexplanatory. A more comprehensive ON-SCREEN DISPLAY (OSD) menu system is available at any time by pressing the MENU/OSD button on the remote. These OSD menus guide you through the conguration and setup of the RSP-1570. In general, the settings made in the conguration process are memorized as default settings and need not be made again for normal operation of the unit. The OSD menus can be congured to display several different languages. The default English version of all the menus is shown at the front of this manual. If your language is available, those menus will be shown in the instructions. If you would like to change from the default English language before proceeding, go to the instructions for the OTHER OPTIONS menu later in this manual. From this menu, you can change the language display.

When DTS Neo:6 is selected as the default surround mode on the INPUT SETUP menu, there are additional option settings and parameters available to optimize the surround decoding for various types of recordings, music or movie soundtracks. DTS Neo:6 uses matrix decoding algorithms to derive a center channel and surround channels from 2-channel source material.
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English Test Tone
ADVANCED: Speaker conguration is generally a global setting for all surround modes and need only be done once. However, for special circumstances, the processor provides the option of setting the speaker conguration independently for each of four surround modes. Select the ADVANCED line on the menu and press ENTER to go to the ADVANCED SPEAKER SETUP menu described in the following section. To change a setting on the SPEAKER SETUP menu, place the highlight on the desired line using the UP/DOWN buttons and use the +/ buttons to toggle through the available settings. To return to the MAIN menu, press the ENTER button. Press the MENU/OSD button on the remote to cancel the display and return to normal operation.
Note: When a speaker is set to LARGE on the SPEAKER SETUP menu or on this menu, the crossover setting is not available since, by denition, a LARGE speaker plays full-range with no bass redirection to the subwoofer and no crossover. Likewise, the OFF setting for the subwoofer crossover is not available for SMALL speakers, since SMALL means that the speaker will redirect its bass below a given crossover point to the subwoofer. In addition, the CROSSOVER setting is not available for the MULTI INPUT.
DOLBY (large/small/none): Sets the current speaker (shown in the rst line) to LARGE, SMALL, or NONE, overriding the master setting from the SPEAKER SETUP menu. This setting will ONLY take effect with Dolby Digital or Dolby Pro Logic II decoding. DTS (large/small/none): The same options described for Dolby above, except these settings ONLY take effect with DTS and DTS Neo:6 decoding. STEREO (large/small/none): The same options described for Dolby above, except these settings ONLY take effect in STEREO surround mode. DSP (large/small/none): The same options described for Dolby above, except these settings ONLY take effect with any of the DSP MUSIC surround modes.

This OTHER OPTIONS menu, accessed from the MAIN menu, provides access to several miscellaneous settings as follows: RECORD: Select which source signal to be sent to the recording outputs by choosing one of the input sources. The options are: CD, TAPE, TUNER, VIDEO 15, and SOURCE. You can either select a specic component or select SOURCE which will send the signal to the record outputs from whatever source is selected for listening. The default is SOURCE. TURN ON VOL: Species a default volume level to be used each time the unit is activated. You can select LAST to have the unit power up with the last previously used volume setting. Or, you specify a volume from MIN (full mute) to MAX, in 1dB increments. Note that this setting cannot exceed the MAX VOL established in the next line of the menu. MAX VOL: Species the maximum volume level for the unit. The volume cannot be adjusted above this level. Settings range from MIN to MAX, in 1dB increments. POWER: This setting determines how the unit powers up. With the default STANDBY setting, the unit powers up in standby mode when AC is applied and the rear panel POWER button is ON. The unit must be activated using the front panel STANDBY button or the remote ON/OFF buttons. With the DIRECT setting, the unit is fully activated when AC power is applied and the rear panel POWER button is ON; however, it may be put in standby mode using the front panel STANDBY button or the remote ON/OFF buttons. In ALWAYS-ON mode, the unit remains fully active whenever AC is present and the rear panel POWER button is ON; the front panel STANDBY button and the remote ON/OFF buttons are disabled and the unit cannot be put in standby mode. In RESUME mode, the unit will return to the last power condition setting when switched on. For example, when the AC mains power is switched OFF during operation, it will return to operating mode when the mains power is switched on again.
The CONTOUR SETUP menu allows digital adjustment of the bass and treble response of each group of speakers in the system. For example, if your center channel speaker sounds too bright, you could roll off the extreme high frequencies. SPEAKER (front/center/surround/center back/all): Select which speaker or group of speakers to adjust. Selecting ALL allows adjustment of the entire system as a whole. DEFEAT (on/off): Selecting the ON setting defeats the contour adjustment, bypassing the contour processing entirely for that speaker or group of speakers. HF CONTOUR: Adjusts the extreme high frequency slope over a range of -6dB (MIN) to +6dB (MAX). Negative number settings reduce the high frequency output; positive number settings increase it. LF CONTOUR: Adjusts the extreme low frequency slope over a range of -6dB (MIN) to +6dB (MAX). Negative number settings reduce the low frequency output; positive number settings increase it. The contour adjustments are designed to work at the frequency extremes and be relatively subtle so that they do not have a negative impact on midrange sounds. We recommend acclimating to the sound of the system with the contour adjustments defeated and then making adjustments, if necessary, to address specic speaker response issues or personal taste.

Note: If there is insufcient memory to store a USER DEFAULT conguration le, the SET USER DEFAULT option will not be available.
To activate memorized USER DEFAULT settings: After you have stored a USER DEFAULT conguration le, you can activate those settings at any time by placing the highlight on the USER DEFAULT line using the UP/DOWN buttons. Use the +/ buttons to change the setting to YES. Press the ENTER button to proceed with activating the USER DEFAULT settings. To return to the MAIN menu without activating the USER DEFAULT settings, change the entry to NO and press the ENTER button. To return to the MAIN menu without activating the USER DEFAULT settings, change the entry to NO and press the ENTER button. To change the password: The password programmed at the factory is 0000. If you wish to change the password: 1. Place the highlight on the SET NEW PASSWORD line using the UP/ DOWN buttons. Use the +/ buttons to change the setting to YES. Press the ENTER button to proceed to the PASSWORD screen. 2. Enter the four digits of the old password by pressing the +/ buttons to select the rst letter of the new password, then pressing ENTER to move to the second character. Repeat until the old password is entered. Successful entry of the old password will jump to the ENTER NEW PASSWORD line. 3. Enter the four digits of the new password by pressing the +/ buttons to select the rst letter of the new password, then pressing ENTER to move to the second character. Repeat until the new password is entered. 4. You will be asked to re-enter the password again on the CONFIRM PASSWORD line, following the same procedure. Once the password is successfully conrmed, it will be saved and you will return to the DEFAULT SETUP MENU automatically. 5 To exit the PASSWORD screen without changing the password, highlight the DEFAULT SETUP MENU line and press ENTER to return to the previous screen.
The ZONE SETUP menu provides settings and conguration options related to the operation of the remote zones. This menu is reached by highlighting the ZONE line on the MAIN menu and pressing ENTER. ZONE: Species the zone to congure, ZONE 2, 3, or 4. Each zone is congured individually. SOURCE: Species a source for listening in the selected zone. Options are CD, TUNER, TAPE, VIDEO 15, SOURCE, and OFF. Selecting the SOURCE option links the zone source to the source selected for the main zone so that the remote zone will hear the same source as the main zone. Selecting the OFF option turns the zone off. VIDEO INPUT: Species a video source (Composite Video only) for the selected zone. The options available are Composite 1, 2 and 3 and OFF. (If SOURCE, above, is set to OFF, the VIDEO INPUT selection will not be available.) VOLUME SETUP: congures the remote zone outputs for VARIABLE or FIXED volume levels. VARIABLE allows control of the volume settings in the remote zone from the RSP-1570s front panel or from a remote control/IR repeater in the zone. FIXED output disables the volume control. In this mode, the remote zone level can be xed at the level specied on the next line, thus optimizing system performance when sending a xed level signal to a preamp or amplier with its own volume adjustment. VOLUME: In VARIABLE output mode, this line shows the current volume setting for remote zone. In FIXED output mode, this volume setting establishes a permanent xed output level for the remote zone. Move the highlight to the desired line using the UP/DOWN buttons and use the +/ buttons to adjust the volume level. To return to the MAIN menu, press the ENTER button. Press the MENU/OSD button on the remote to cancel the display and return to normal operation. TURN ON VOL: Species a default volume level to be used each time the remote zone is activated. You can select LAST to have the zone activate with the last previously used volume setting. Or, you specify a volume from MIN (full mute) to MAX, in 1dB increments. Note that this setting cannot exceed the MAX VOL established in the next line of the menu. MAX VOL: Species the maximum volume level for the remote zone. The volume cannot be adjusted above this level. Settings range from MIN to MAX, in 1dB increments. 12V TRIGGER: The RSP-1570 has six 12V trigger outputs (labeled 16) that supply a 12V DC signal to turn on Rotel components and other components as needed. This menu item turns on specic 12V trigger

What is the difference between HDMI 1.3 and earlier versions? If you have a Blu-ray player, note that the HDMI 1.3 connection can carry the new Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD Master Audio formats used on Blu-ray discs. This processor is able to decode and replay these 7.1 channel audio formats.
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