Cambridge Azur 650R
Cambridge Audio A/V Receiver
Part Number: Azur650R
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Cambridge Azur 650R Home Cinema Amplifier, size: 12.5 MB
Cambridge Azur 650R
Azur 650R 7.1 AVR with HDMI 1.3
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|I have played the 650bd for a month now and. The blu-ray picture is as expected for a player at this price.|
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Azur 650R AV Receiver
Three fully assignable HDMI 1.3c inputs for Blu-ray/DVD players, HD satellite receivers and games consoles Latest generation Cirrus CS49700 chipset features twin 32-bit DSP cores for compatibility with the latest CODECs including Dolby Digital Plus, DTS- HD High Resolution and the Lossless Dolby True HD and DTS-HD Master Audio formats Full support for analogue or digital legacy formats LPCM, Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital EX, DTS, DTS ES Matrix, DTS ES Discrete, DTS 96/24, Neo:6, ProLogic II, ProLogic IIx, in 5.1, 6.1 or 7.1 variants DTS Speaker re-mapping allows the playback of DTS-HD High Resolution or Master Audio formats with encoded height information on standard 5.1, 6.1 or 7.1 speaker setups Fully supports multi-channel PCM over HDMI for DVD-A/SACD and other external audio formats 24 bit A/D conversion for digitally processed analogue modes Pure Analogue Stereo Direct mode for audiophile playback of analogue stereo sources. Full post-processing of 2.0, 5.1 or 6.1 material is also possible with PLIIx or DTS Neo:6 to turn these formats into 7.1 Analogue to digital video transcoding (composite, S-video and component video to HDMI)
True power output of 7 x 100 watts rms per channel, 8 ohms all channels driven Analogue stereo direct mode for audiophile stereo sources (pure analogue, no DSP) 120W output x 2 Oversize low flux toroidal transformer Cambridge Audio Mic Controlled Auto Set-up (CAMCAS) with microphone supplied On-Screen Display (OSD) available on all video outputs Adjustable LipSync delay feature New optional bi-amping mode for front left/right with surround back left/right in 5.1 set-up FM/AM tuner with RDS X-Tract Forced/Convection Heat Tunnel for virtually silent performance Fully specified for custom install applications such as Incognito Ready multi-room outputs, RS232 port, IR emitter In, Control Bus In/Out Navigator style Azur remote Completely new wrap-around casework
HDMI switching Analogue video up-conversion HDTV capable via component video or HDMI/DVI Decoding formats 32-bit DSPs, 24/192 capable DACS Post processed Dolby / DTS modes (convert 5.1 to 7.1) Full on screen display Separate stereo DAC Audio inputs Video inputs Main audio outputs Main video outputs Recording audio outputs Recording video outputs Other connections Incognito Ready Audio split mode Bi-amp mode Full function aluminium face azur navigator remote 1.3c, 3 inputs 1 output (transcode any analogue format upwards to the other analogue formats and to HDMI LPCM, Dolby Digital / Dolby Digital EX, DTS / DTS ES Matrix/Discrete, PLII/PLIIx, DTS Neo:6, Dolby True HD, Dolby Digital Plus, DTS-HD Master Audio, DTS-HD High Resolution Audio, Multi-channel PCM. All in 5.1/6.1 or 7.1 variants, Post process 5.1 or 6.1 formats with PLIIX or Neo:6 to 7.1 Available via composite video, S-video, component video and HDMI for left/right from surround channel codec 8 line analogue, tuner (FM/AM), 7.1 analogue input, 5 digital coaxial, 6 digital optical 5 composite, 5 s-video, 3 component video, 3 HDMI 7 amplified speaker outputs, 7.1 preamp outputs 1 composite, 1 s-video, 1 component video, 1 HDMI 2 line level analogue, 2 digital coaxial, 2 digital optical 1 composite, 1 s-video 1 1/4" / 6.35mm headphone output, Control bus input/output, 1 IR emitter In, 1 RS232C, 1 IEC type mains inlet 2 Incognito keypad outputs (2nd/3rd Zone), 3 IR emitter outputs, 2 composite video outputs (2nd/3rd Zone), 1 external power supply input 24VDC Watch and listen to different sources Bi-amplify front left/right speakers when in a 5.1 set-up
AUDIO Power output THD Crosstalk Frequency response S/N Ratio Audio input impedance/sensitivity Digital input impedance Tone controls Tuner General Quiescent power consumption Max power consumption Dimensions hxwxd Weight 7 x 100 watts rms per channel, 8 ohms (all 7 channels driven) 2 x 120 watts rms per channel, 8 ohms (two channels driven) <0.006% @1kHz <-60dB @ 1kHz 10Hz -20kHz - 1dB >90dB A weighted 47kOhms/175mV or greater 75ohms (coaxial/SPDIF) Bass +/-10dB @ 100Hz Treble +/-10dB @ 10Hz FM mode / RDS 87.5-108MHz, 75 ohm coaxial aerial AM mode 522-1629Hz, 300 ohm loop aeria <70w 1400w 150 (inc feet) x 430 x 420 (inc volume knob and speaker terminals) mm (5.9 x 16.9 x 16.5 inches) 15kg (33lbs)
Version created: Sept 09
The crossed-out wheeled bin is the European Union symbol for indicating separate collection for electrical and electronic equipment. This product contains electrical and electronic equipment which should be reused, recycled or recovered and should not be disposed of with unsorted regular waste. Please return the unit or contact the authorised dealer from whom you purchased this product for more information.
This product complies with European Low Voltage (2006/95/EC), Electromagnetic Compatibility (2004/108/EC) and Environmentally-friendly design of Energy-related Products (2009/125/EC) Directives when used and installed according to this instruction manual. For continued compliance only Cambridge Audio accessories should be used with this product and servicing must be referred to qualified service personnel.
This product meets the Australian Communications Authoritys Radio communications and EMC requirements.
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This product meets Russian electronic safety approvals.
WARNING To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this unit to rain or moisture. Batteries (battery pack or batteries installed) shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like. The unit must be installed in a manner that makes disconnection of the mains plug from the mains socket outlet (or appliance connector from the rear of the unit) possible. Where the mains plug is used as the disconnect device, the disconnect device shall remain readily operable. Only use the mains cord supplied with this unit. Please ensure there is ample ventilation (at least 10cm clearance all round). Do not put any objects on top of this unit. Do not situate it on a rug or other soft surface and do not obstruct any air inlets or outlet grilles. Do not cover the ventilation grilles with items such as newspapers, tablecloths, curtains, etc. This unit must not be used near water or exposed to dripping or splashing water or other liquids. No objects filled with liquid, such as vases, shall be placed on the unit. NOTE: THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY RADIO OR TV INTERFERENCE CAUSED BY UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS TO THIS EQUIPMENT. SUCH MODIFICATIONS COULD VOID THE USER AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: - Re-orient or relocate the receiving antenna. - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
To clean the unit, wipe its case with a dry, lint-free cloth. Do not use any cleaning fluids containing alcohol, ammonia or abrasives. Do not spray an aerosol at or near the unit.
Batteries may contain substances harmful to the environment. Please dispose of any discharged batteries with due consideration and in accordance with local environmental/electronic recycling guidelines.
Plug Fitting Instructions (UK Only)
The cord supplied with this appliance is factory fitted with a UK mains plug fitted with a 5 amp fuse inside. If it is necessary to change the fuse, it is important that a 5 amp one is used. If the plug needs to be changed because it is not suitable for your socket, or becomes damaged, it should be cut off and an appropriate plug fitted following the wiring instructions below. The plug must then be disposed of safely, as insertion into a mains socket is likely to cause an electrical hazard. Should it be necessary to fit a 3-pin BS mains plug to the power cord the wires should be fitted as shown in this diagram. The colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug. Connect them 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.
Before making any connections to loudspeakers, make sure all power is turned off and only use suitable interconnects.
These units are not user serviceable. Never attempt to repair, disassemble or reconstruct the unit if there seems to be a problem. A serious electric shock could result if this precautionary measure is ignored. In the event of a problem or failure, please contact your dealer.
If the unit is run at a very high level, a sensor will detect a temperature rise and show "PROTECTION OVERLOAD" on the display. The unit will then go into Standby mode. It cannot be switched on again until the temperature has fallen to a more normal level.
The wire which is coloured GREEN/YELLOW must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter E or coloured GREEN. If your model does not have an earth wire, then disregard this instruction. If a standard 13 amp (BS 1363) plug is used, a 5 amp fuse must be fitted, or if any other type of plug is used a 5 amp fuse must be fitted, either in the plug or adaptor, or on the distribution board.
Front panel controls
1 Standby/On Switches the unit between Standby mode (indicated by dim power LED) and On (indicated by bright power LED). Standby is a low power mode. The unit may be left in Standby mode when not in use. 2 Phones Allows for the connection of stereo headphones with a 6.35mm/" Jack plug. Headphones with an impedance of between 32 and 600 ohms are recommended. Note: Plugging in headphones will automatically mute the main and pre-amp outputs and select a 2-channel stereo down-mix to be created for headphone use. 3 Tuning +/Used to tune FM frequencies and skip presets in Tuner mode. 4 Mode/Store Press to cycle between Tuner modes and for storing presets (refer to the Operating Instructions of this manual for more information). 5 Tuner FM/AM Press to select the tuner for output through the 650R. Once in Tuner mode also use this button to switch between FM and AM modes. 6 Display Displays the status of the unit. The IR receiver is also mounted behind this window. A clear unobstructed line of sight between the remote control and the sensor is required. 7 BD/DVD Press to select the source equipment connected to the BD/DVD input. 8 Video 1 Press to select the source equipment connected to the Video 1 input. 9 Video 2 Press to select the source equipment connected to the Video 2 input. 10
15 Audio input type Press this button to select between analogue, digital (optical/coaxial) or HDMI input types as the source of the audio for the currently selected source input. The choices available depend on the connections that source support on the rear panel and whether a HDMI input has been assigned to that source. 16 Stereo modes Press to listen to a source in either digitally processed stereo or stereo and sub modes. 17 Pro Logic/Neo/DSP surround modes Press to select between various Pro Logic II/IIx, DTS Neo:6 effects for matrix encoded analogue or digital material or for post-processing DD/DTS material (Note: The 650R is unable to auto-detect this kind of source material as it does not include embedded encoding type flags so manual selection is required). Also selects various DSP created surround sound modes for uncoded stereo sources. 18 Dolby Digital/DTS surround modes Press to select Dolby Digital or DTS surround modes (with suitably encoded digital source material). These modes can only be decoded from digital audio sources (via Coaxial, Optical or HDMI inputs). 19 Video input type Press to select the video input type (Composite, S-Video, Component Video or HDMI) you wish to use as the source of video for the current source input. Note: The choices available depend on the connections that source supports on the rear panel and whether a HDMI input has been assigned to that source. The 650R cannot simultaneously receive HDMI audio and analogue video from the same source. For any HDMI audio sources selecting analogue video will then cause the unit to switch to analogue audio as well. Digital audio via SPDIF/Toslink can then also be selected via the Audio Input Type button but not HDMI audio. Returning to HDMI video will allow selection of HDMI audio (or analogue or digital audio) again. All normal sources with HDMI audio output will have HDMI video output. 20
Directly selects a stereo analogue input for the current source with no A/D conversion or DSP processing.
Tune / Left & Right
Press the right arrow to increase tuner frequency/change preset. Press the left arrow to decrease tuner frequency/change preset. Also used to scroll left/right in the OSD setup menus.
Selects Stereo or Stereo + Sub modes for Analogue or Digital sources (digitally processed).
Used in the OSD setup menus.
Analog Direct Stereo Modes PL IIx Neo/DSP
Selects from various matrix encoded surround processing modes for analogue or digital sources (digitally processed).
On-Screen Display (OSD)
Press to turn on and off the on-screen setup menus for display on your monitor/screen.
Selects digital surround processing modes for Digital/HDMI sources only.
PTY APS Display
Press repeatedly to reach the desired dynamic compression range (Dolby Digital or DTS modes only).
Stereo Mono Store Mode
Press for bass/treble adjustment, using the Volume up/down buttons. Note: Bass/Treble is bypassed in analogue stereo direct and 7.1 direct modes.
Selects the 5.1/6.1/7.1 direct input.
The Sub On/Off button performs temporary muting of the Subwoofer without affecting the bass management or speaker settings. Pressing the Sub On/Off button again or selecting another decode mode cancels Sub Mute. To make permanent settings to the speaker options including the Subwoofer, use the Speaker Config Menu in the On Screen Display (OSD). Also, hold down and then press the volume up and down buttons to adjust the overall sub level if desired.
Audio In Type
Switches the audio between the types available for the current source. Depending on the source selected and whether you have assigned an HDMI input to it, Analogue, Digital and HDMI can be available.
Video In Type
Switches the video between the types available for the current source. Depending on the source selected and whether you have assigned an HDMI input to it, Composite, S-Video, Component and HDMI types can be available. Note: The 650R cannot simultaneously receive HDMI audio and analogue video from the same source.
PTY (Program Type Search)
Press to search by program type when in Tuner mode. Refer to the Operating instructions section of this manual for more information.
Bass Treble 7.1 Direct
APS (Auto Program Search)
Hold down for 4 seconds to allocate and memorise radio stations automatically.
Audio In Type Video In Type Lip Sync
For any HDMI audio sources selecting analogue video will then cause the unit to switch to analogue audio as well. Digital audio via SPDIF/Toslink can then also be selected via the Audio Input Type button but not HDMI audio. Returning to HDMI video will allow selection of HDMI audio (or indeed analogue or digital audio) again.
Press to view the current source material and decoding mode. Press again whilst the current decoding mode is scrolling (as long as mute is not on) to display the incoming sample rate. When listening to FM with RDS, press to cycle round various RDS information modes.
When listening to FM, press to alternate between stereo and mono modes.
Press to activate and adjust the lip sync delay function if the audio and video appear out of sync. While the Lip sync delay status is shown on the units display, use the Vol and Vol buttons to adjust the delay time. Adjusting the value to zero causes lip sync delay to be turned off. See later section in this manual.
Tuner AM/FM, BD/DVD, Video 1, Video 2, Rec 1, Aux, CD, Rec 2
Press the corresponding button to change the input source. Pressing the Tuner AM/FM button a second time toggles between AM and FM modes. The above button descriptions are naturally brief. Please refer to the Operating Instructions section of this manual for more information on the relevant functions implemented.
Press to store the current frequency when in Tuner mode.
Press to select Auto/Manual or Preset tuning when in Tuner mode.
Front panel display
To avoid damaging the speakers with a sudden high-level signal, be sure to switch the power off before connecting the speakers. Check the impedance of your speakers. Speakers with an impedance of between 4 and 8 ohms (each) are recommended. The coloured speaker terminals are positive (+) and the black speaker terminals are negative (-). Make sure correct polarity is maintained at each speaker connector or the sound can become weak and phasey with little bass. 11 Prepare the speaker cords for connection by stripping off approximately 10mm (3/8) or less (no more than 10mm, as this could cause a shortcircuit) of the outer insulation. Twist the wire tightly together so there are no loose ends. Unscrew the speaker terminal knob, insert the speaker cable, tighten the knob and secure the cable. Note: All connections are made via loudspeaker cable, except if using an active subwoofer which would be connected via a standard RCA phono cable.
azur 650R Speaker Setup Audio In/Out Setup Input Name Assign HDMI Setup/Assign Rec. 2 Output Select Tone/Sub/LFE Config. Video Input Setup Advanced Dolby/DTS Setup OSD Setup Quit : [OSD]
2. Speaker setup
Set the package as 5.1, 6.1 or 7.1 by highlighting the Decode Mode item and using the Left and Right arrows to scroll through the options:
Speaker Config Menu Decode Mode Front L/R Centre Surr. L/R Surr. LB/RB Subwoofer :7.1 :Large :Small :Small :Small :Yes
The following two sections can be performed by Cambridge Audio CAMCAS procedure so you can if you wish jump straight to that section. However, it is recommended that you do read these sections to understand the reasons for these settings and their implications.
Because the speakers in a surround sound system are usually different distances from the listener the 650R incorporates the ability to apply a variable digital delay to each of the channels so that the sound from each arrives at the same time at the listening position for best surround-sound effect. To set the delay times automatically, refer to the Auto setup section of this manual. To set the delay times manually, simply measure the distances from the listening position to each speaker as shown in the following diagram:
1 = Front Left speakers
[FL R Must be Large when Sub Off] Return : [OSD]
Now move down and by highlighting each speaker in turn and using the Left and Right arrows select from Large, Small or None for each speaker. 'Large' or 'Small' are used to describe each speaker in terms of bass response, they do not necessarily reflect the actual physical size of the speaker. Large = Speakers with an extended low frequency response of approximately 20-40Hz to 16-20kHz (floorstanders or high quality larger stand-mounted speakers). Small = Speakers with a less extended low frequency response of approximately 80-100Hz to 16-20kHz (small stand-mounted, bookshelf or satellite speakers). Setting each speaker allows the 650R to perform what is called Bass Management and to direct low frequency bass from music and the Low Frequency Effects channel of surround sound material to those speakers best able to reproduce it. If you do not wish to use any of the speakers set its setting to None. The Subwoofer output can also be set to On or Off. If no sub is being used make sure this setting is set to Off to allow the 650R to re-direct the bass information in this channel to other speakers. Note: The 650R will force some speakers to certain settings in some of the following circumstances! The Front Left and Right speakers may be Large or Small but never None as they are always required for any type of music/movie reproduction. Bass must always be reproduced by either the Front Left and Right or Subwoofer channel (or both). Setting the Front Left and Right to Small will result in the Subwoofer automatically being set to On. Setting the Subwoofer to Off will automatically result in the Front Left and Right being set to Large. If the Front Left and Right cannot reproduce low frequency bass a Subwoofer must be used. I.e. If the Front Left and Right are set as Small the Sub must be Set to On. Also, setting the Front Left and Right as Small will always set the other speakers as Small (and the Sub to On). This is because LFE/ bass information should not be redirected to the surround channels. To store the setting simply come back out of the OSD (pressing the OSD button always moves back one menu item, and then exits and stores from the main menu screen).
2 = Front Right speakers 3 = Centre speaker 4 = Surround Left speakers 5 = Surround Right speakers
6 = Surround Back speaker (when used) 7 = Surround Back Left (when used)
8 = Surround Back Right (when used) 9 = Subwoofer (can be placed almost anywhere)
Note: No delay setting for the subwoofer is necessary. Set the distances in the OSD Speaker Distance menu to the nearest value in metres (1 foot = 0.3 metres). The speed of sound is approx 340 metres per second, the 650R thus introduces approx 3mS of delay per metre of distance set. Go to the Speaker Distance and highlight each speaker in turn. Set the distance to the nearest value to that which you measured by using the Left and Right arrows (the values do not need to be exact): Press the OSD button to exit the menu.
Speaker Distance Units Front L Front R Centre Surr. L Surr. R Surr. LB Surr. RB Return : : : : : : : : Meters 2.9m 2.9m 2.9m 2.0m 2.0m 2.0m 2.0m
Note: In addition to the delays as set above Dolby Pro Logic II/IIx playback also requires an extra 15 milliseconds delay to the surround channels only. This extra delay is part of the Dolby Prologic II specification and ensures that sound from the surrounds arrives just after sound from the front reducing the audibility of sound leakage from the front to the surround speakers. Because the relationship between the Dolby Digital and Dolby ProLogic IIx two delays is fixed (15mS extra to the surround channels), it is only necessary to set the delay by measuring the distances as we have described. The 650R will automatically provide the appropriate extra delay whenever you switch to a Pro Logic Mode.
The 650R allows level calibration to match the acoustic level between different types/sizes or even manufacturers of speaker that may be being used for each channel. This is achieved by adjusting the relative level of each speaker. This can be done manually through the Level Calibration menu in the OSD or automatically, see the following Auto setup section of this manual. The basic process for manual adjustment is to listen to or measure with an SPL meter (more accurate and recommended but not essential) the level of sound produced by each speaker and set relative levels for each speaker so that they all sound the same loudness at the normal listening position. The 650R incorporates a Test Signal Generator (broad-band white noise) to facilitate this. Set the unit to a normal listening level or half maximum volume approximately. Press the OSD button on the remote control then select the Level Calibration menu. Now turn on the test signal by highlighting this item and pressing the Left or Right arrows:
: [ENTER] : [OSD]
Auto speaker setup for Distance/Level
The 650R includes our simple automatic speaker setup system called 'CAMCAS' (Cambridge Audio Mic Controlled Auto Setup). The system performs two sets of tests firstly checking which speakers are connected and whether they are wired correctly and in phase then automatically measuring and adjusting the speaker delay timings (i.e. distance setting ) and levels. Before activating this feature the 'Decode Mode' (i.e. type of speaker package e.g. 5.1, 6.1, 7.1) of the 650R and Large/Small/None status of each speaker must be set correctly as per section 1. This is important as the unit will only look for and check the speakers you have told it you have. To perform Auto Distance/Level setup first connect the supplied microphone to the front Left front panel audio input on the front panel and place it at your normal listening position in the room.
If any speakers appear unconnected or out of phase carefully check the connections on the speaker and the back of the unit. Also check any bi-wiring links that might be present on the speaker. For any out of phase speakers check that the relevant + terminal of the 650R goes to the + terminal of that speaker and similarly the terminal of the 650R goes to the terminal of the speaker for that channel. If necessary press the OSD button to perform a retest or press Enter to start the second part of the autosetup procedure as below. Again a series of test signals will now be output from all of the connected speaker terminals and Subwoofer. The 650R uses these to measure the levels and distances (and hence introduce the correct delays) appropriate to your speakers and room characteristics.
Auto Setup Menu The unit is now measuring the Distance and Level settings for your speakers Please wait.
Also some Blu-ray players feature settings to allow down conversion of Dolby Digital Plus etc. to backwards compatible Dolby Digital 5.1 for older AV receivers which do not support these formats. Ensure any such settings are disabled to allow our 650R access to all the latest formats. Each of the three HDMI inputs can be freely assigned to the DVD, Recorder 1, Video 1 or Video 2 inputs in the OSD. Select the HDMI Setup/Assign menu: The default setup is as below.
When the auto setup of the 650R is completed successfully, the 650R will return to the Speaker Setup Menu. The Speaker Distance and Level Calibration settings for each speaker will have been updated.
Speaker Setup Menu Auto Setup Speaker Configuration Speaker Distance Level Calibration Speaker Crossover
Highlight each HDMI input in turn and assign it to one of the 4 possible options (with the Left and Right arrows).
HDMI Setup/Assign Menu BD/DVD VIDEO1 VIDEO2 REC1 : : : : HDMI1 HDMI2 HDMI3 - - -
It is of course now possible to go into the Speaker Delay and Level Calibration menus if you want to manually check/adjust the settings made by the CAMCAS system, and it is always advisable to check them as no system can be totally foolproof. To exit the auto setup menu of the 650R continue to press the OSD button on the remote control to exit all menus or until OSD is no longer displayed on the front panel. You can now unplug the microphone and put it away for future use. Note: If the auto setup of the 650R is unsuccessful for some reason a 'Fail' message will appear on the OSD. Included in this message will be details of the speaker channel or channels which have not been successfully adjusted. If this is the case, please again check that the speaker or speakers detailed in the OSD as 'failed' are connected correctly & have not been wired out of phase. Also check the microphone connection and any other external issues that could have affected the tests such as noise in the room etc. Note: Like all such systems CAMCAS has some limitations. Speakers that exhibit very strong phase angles or deliberately wire some drive units out of phase can of course appear to the system as an out of phase speaker when correctly connected. If a speaker is reported as out of phase but is correctly wired please consult the speakers manufacturer in case this is the case. Similarly bi-polar speakers which radiate in more than one direction can make it difficult to measure the distance and sometimes level accurately as you might expect. In all cases it is always advisable to manually check the settings CAMCAS has made for a reality check to ensure there are no obvious errors.
4. Source setup
The next step is to select each source input in turn on the 650R and tell the unit: The type of audio connection you want to use for that source (Analogue, Digital or HDMI input)*. The type of video connection you want to use for that source (Composite, S-Video, Component or HDMI)*. The processing mode for that source. The 650R remembers these settings individually for every source input and automatically recalls them as and when you change source input. * Remember if you wish to use HDMI for any sources you must have assigned an HDMI input to them as per previous section.
Multi Channel PCM
Some playback devices (in particular Blu-ray players) are able to decode some of the above formats themselves internally and then output the decoded audio as Multi Channel PCM to the 650R. In addition Blu-ray disks can support native unencoded Multi Channel PCM soundtracks (of up to 8 channels) on the disc itself. In either case if your player can output these over HDMI the 650R is able to receive them in Multi-Channel PCM mode.
Pro Logic IIx
A newer version of Dolby Pro Logic II which is able to recreate 6 or 7 discrete surround sound channels (with fully stereo Back Surrounds in 7 channel mode) from suitable encoded stereo source material. Pro Logic IIx also has modes for post processing either Stereo material or 5.1 material into 6 or 7 channels whether or not it has been Pro Logic IIx encoded. When 5.1 decoding is required, Dolby Prologic II decoding will always be used by the 650R in place of Pro Logic IIx as IIx only works for 6 or 7 channel output. Note: Pro Logic IIx does not include a Low Frequency Effects channel for the Subwoofer, but the 650R can create a Subwoofer output (for 6.1/7.1) via Bass management. Refer to the Tone/Sub/LFE configuration section in the Operating instructions part of this manual.
To activate the 650R, switch the Power button on the rear panel to On then press the Standby/On button on the front panel. Dolby Digital/DTS Modes - Selects a range of digital surround modes with the appropriately digitally encoded material (only). These modes are for use with the SPDIF, Toslink or HDMI digital outputs (set to Bitstream/Raw) from Bluray players, DVD players or satellite receivers etc. In order for the 650R to allow selection of these modes a valid input digital bitstream must be present. This is because the 650R needs to read the incoming flags in order to determine the type of decoding which can be used and present any options that might be possible. Note: Some new Surround Sound types (such as the Dolby and DTS HD) are available only from Blu-ray disc over HDMI. If no bitstream is present, pressing this button will result in the 650R displaying Mode Unavailable. 2. If necessary, press the Audio Input Type button to select the input mode of the source equipment, either analogue, digital or HDMI (depending on the connection made on the rear panel). Note: The modes available for each button depend both on the Speaker Configuration that has previously been set in the OSD and on the source material. Pressing DD/DTS Modes button will cause the 650R to lock onto the incoming bitstream and select the first available mode for the current bitstream type. In some circumstances (see tables) pressing the button again will switch to an alternative decoding option. The digital, analogue or HDMI icons on the display show which is the currently selected input type. Pressing the Prologic/ Neo:6/DSP modes button when the 650R has locked to a DD/DTS bitstream will present more options where possible including Post-Processed modes. These are modes that allow extra processing to be applied after the main surround-sound decoding. For instance Dolby Digital (2/0) + PLII Music. Which adds a 5.1 ProLogic decode to a Stereo Dolby Digital decode to turn 2 channel stereo into 5.1. This mode would be accessed by first selecting the Dolby Digital/DTS Mode button with a Dolby (2/0) bitstream present (selects a normal Dolby Digital (2/0) decode. Now press the Pro Logic/ Neo:6/DSP mode button to access the next mode which adds a PLII decode on top. For 6.1 or 7.1 Speaker setups, the number of decoding possibilities increases as shown in the following Decode modes tables. Several extra Post Processing modes are available using either Prologic IIx or Neo:6.
Rec.2 Output Select Rec.2 Output : BD/DVD
Program Type Search (PTY)
1. Press the PTY button on remote control, "PTY SELECT" will flash on the display. 2. Press Tuning + /- to choose the program type, for example NEWS or SPORT. 3. Press the PTY button again once you have chosen the program type. When the selected type of program is tuned in, it will stop searching, otherwise, PTY Search will timeout after approximately 30 seconds.
Auto Program Search (APS)
1. Press the Tuner FM/AM button to select the AM or FM band. 2. Press the APS button on the remote to begin the automatic program search through available stations. The searched stations will be memorised in the respective band memory (maximum of 15 stations).
Sub crossovers and bass management
As covered in the 650R Setup section the 650R performs bass management for any speaker that is set to Small in the OSD. This means that bass for speakers that are unable to reproduce bass effectively is instead routed to the subwoofer.
Select the Tone/Sub/LFE menu:
Speaker Crossover Menu Front L/R Centre Surr. L/R Surr. LB/RB : : : : 80Hz 80Hz 80Hz 80Hz Tone/Sub/LFE Menu Dolby Digital/DTS Sub Trim : Bass Aug : Dolby PLIIx/NEO Sub Trim : Bass Aug : Stereo + Sub Trim : Bass : Treble : LFE Trim : Return :
0dB Off 0dB Off 0dB 0dB 0dB 0dB [OSD]
The crossover adjustments in the Speaker crossover menu are used to determine the point as which this transition is made. In other words they set the frequency below which bass is routed away from any Small speakers and into the Subwoofer channel. It should be understood that bass sent to the subwoofer by bass management is different to bass encoded into the surround-sound material as a dedicated Low Frequency Effects channel. If the source material contains a separate LFE channel (ie DD or DTS material) this is always routed to the subwoofer (if it is On) and is not affected by the crossover setting. Some encoding types (Such as Dolby PLII/IIx and Neo:6) do not actually have a LFE channel. The default setting for all bass management crossovers is 80Hz and is a good global starting point. If you do not wish to make any adjustments simply leave all crossovers at this default setting. Note: These settings are actually only used for speakers that have been set to Small in the Speaker Configuration Menu. For advanced users it is however possible to adjust the speaker crossovers used for any speakers set as Small independently to allow for the fact that you may wish to direct bass away from front floorstanding speakers (and to the Subwoofer) at perhaps 50Hz but away from Surround Left and Rights at perhaps 100Hz. If you wish to make these adjustments it is best to consult your loudspeaker manufacturers documentation or contact your dealer to determine the frequency response of your system and where each speaker types bass response starts to tail off (often called the 3dB or 6dB roll off/cutoff point). This would be approximately the point the corresponding crossover should be set to.
If you a running a 5.1 (or less) speaker setup only the 650R allows for biamping of the front left and right channels. It will be seen in the Speaker Configuration menu that with the Decode mode set as 5.1 a Bi-amp On/Off item appears.
Speaker Config Menu Decode Mode Front L/R Centre Surr. L/R :5.1 :Large :Small :Small
Subwoofer :Yes Biamp :On [FL R Must be Large when Sub Off] Return : [OSD]
When selected, the 650R sends the front left and right signals to the SBL and SBR outputs as well. In conjunction with bi-wireable/bi-ampable speakers this allows you to use two runs of speaker cable to each speaker with a dedicated amplifier channel for the bass and treble drivers of each speaker which can slightly increase the sound quality. See diagram below of a bi-amped system (only front left and right speakers shown).
Note: Bi-wire links must be removed on the speakers terminals.
Custom installation (C.I.) use
The 650R can if required apply a small delay to the audio playback to resynchronise it to any video playback which appears to be behind the audio in time. This can sometimes happen if the video is slightly delayed by a player or TV performing a lot of video processing. Pressing the Lip Sync button on the remote will bring up the current Lip Sync value on the 650Rs main display and allow adjustments in 10mS (10 thousandths of a second) increments. Setting the Lip sync value to 0 causes Lip Sync delay to be turned off. Note: The Lip sync value is stored and recalled separately for each source.
The 650R features Control Bus inputs and outputs that allow un-modulated remote control commands (positive logic, TTL level) to be received electrically by the unit. These control commands are typically generated by custom installation (multi-room) systems or remote IR receiver systems. The Control Bus sockets are colour-coded orange.
An IR Emitter Input is also provided that allows modulated IR remote control commands to be received electrically by the unit. Commands on this input operate the unit only and are RS232C not looped out demodulated on the Control Bus Output. An RS232 port is also featured which allows the 650R to be controlled by C.I. systems.
Character Edit BD/DVD Character :AREC1 ----+ [ABCDEFGHIJKLM] [NOPQRSTUVWXYZ] [abcdefghijklm] [nopqrstuvwxyz] [OSD]: [0123456789-.] Clear [()+*/=,:;!?_ ] + +
Once finished select OK and press Enter to exit and save. Pressing the OSD button will exit the menu and discard any changes. Note: The original names can be recalled by resetting the unit, see the Reset section at the end of this manual.
On-Screen Display is available on all video outputs.
OSD Setup Menu Language :English
The OSD can be shown in several different languages. To change the OSD language highlight the Language menu and use the Left and Right arrows to select between English, Dutch, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish and Danish. Press the OSD button again to exit and save the options.
The 650R features Incognito ReadyTM / A-BUSTM Ready outputs, allowing multi-room capability. One or two amplified keypads can be plugged into the 650R (using Cat5/5e cable and RJ45 plugs) to provide multi-room audio in one or two secondary rooms or zones. The keypads are powered by an external PSU (also required) through the Cat5/5e cables and no mains connection is required in the secondary rooms.
A-BUS is a standard that allows compatibility between different manufacturers equipment, so A-BUS compatible keypads from other manufacturers can also be used. If used with our own Incognito KP10 keypads, there are some extra features such as the ability to change source on the 650R from the keypad.
Order of selection: 1. Tuner
2. CD 3. BD/DVD 4. Video 1
RG6/CT100 Co-axial cables
SS10 speakers connected via speaker cable
5. Video 2 6. Rec 1
Local 1 - Aux* Local 2 - Rec 2* *Local source selection must be enabled on the keypad.
Connections to the 650Rs Incognito ReadyTM / A-BUSTM Ready outputs are made by Cat-5 cable (terminated with an RJ45 jack plug). The RJ45 plug must be wired to the EIA/TIA 568A wiring standard:
Cat5/5e cable (up to 30m / 100ft) PS5
Wire colours: 1. Green/White 2. Green
3. Orange/White 4. Blue 5. Blue/White
6. Orange 7. Brown/White 8. Brown
1 Video Out 2
Compact Disc Player
Plug view from contact end
View into socket
Standby / On
Gather pairs, trim and insert into RJ45 plug
Crimp wires securely in place
Mains Voltage Selector Switch 115V/230V AC~50/60Hz
azur 640C V2.0 Compact Disc Player
Max Power Consumption: 18W
To allow control of your source equipment from the remote rooms an IR emitter (IR10) is plugged into one of the IR outputs on the rear of the unit and then attached over the IR window of the source unit. Alternatively, on our own products that feature IR emitter Inputs, a mini-jack to mini-jack lead can be used. Commands received by the keypads can now be sent back to the source equipment via the 650R. It is then possible to control the source equipment from the remote rooms by using the source equipment's own remote controls or through a learning remote. The Incognito LR10 can fully control the keypads, learn the source's remote control codes (including those from other manufacturers) and change source input on the 650R etc. For further details on the Incognito multi-room system please contact your local Cambridge Audio dealer or visit www.cambridge-audio.com.
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