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AVR 3000 Audio/Video Receiver
Power for the Digital Revolution
Table of Contents
Introduction Safety Information Unpacking Front Panel Controls Front Panel Information Display Rear Panel Connections Remote Control Functions Installation and Connections Audio Equipment Connections Video Equipment Connections SCART A/V Connections System and Power Connections System Configuration Speaker Selection and Placement Settings to be Made With Each Input Used Input Setup Surround Setup Speaker Setup Adjustments for Other Inputs Making Settings independent of selected Input Delay Settings Night Mode Settings Output Level Adjustment Using EzSet Manual Output Level Adjustment Operation Basic Operation Source Selection Controls and Use of Headphones Surround Mode Chart Surround Mode Selection Digital Audio Playback Tape Recording Output Level Trim Adjustment 6-Channel Direct Input Memory Backup Tuner Operation RDS Operation Advanced Features Display Brightness Turn On Volume Level Semi OSD Settings Full-OSD Time Out Adjustment Programming the Remote Programming the Remote with Codes Macro Programming Programmed Device Function Volume Punch-Through Channel Control Punch-Through Transport Control Punch-Through Resetting the Remote Memory Function List Setup Code Tables Troubleshooting Guide Processor Reset Technical Specifications
Declaration of Conformity
We, Harman Consumer International 2, route de Tours 72500 Chteau-du-Loir, FRANCE declare in own responsibility, that the product described in this owners manual is in compliance with technical standards:
EN 55013/6.1990 EN 55020/12.1994 EN 60065:1993 EN 61000-3-2/4.1995
Carsten Olesen Harman Kardon Europe A/S 10/00
Typographical Conventions In order to help you use this manual with the remote control, front-panel controls and rear-panel connections, certain conventions have been used. EXAMPLE (bold type) indicates a specific remote control or front-panel button, or rear-panel connection jack EXAMPLE (OCR type) indicates a message that is visible on the front-panel information display 1 (number in a square) indicates a specific front-panel control 0 (number in a circle) indicates a rear-panel connection 0 (number in an oval) indicates a button or indicator on the remote A (letter in a square) indicates an indicator in the front-panel display
2 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Thank you for choosing Harman Kardon! With the purchase of a Harman Kardon AVR 3000 you are about to begin many years of listening enjoyment. The AVR 3000 has been custom designed to provide all the excitement and detail of movie sound tracks and every nuance of musical selections. With onboard Dolby* Digital and DTS decoding, the AVR 3000 delivers six discrete channels of audio that take advantage of the digital sound tracks from the latest DVD and LD releases and Digital Television broadcasts. While complex digital systems are hard at work within the AVR 3000 to make all of this happen, hookup and operation are simple. Color-keyed connections, programmable remote control, and on-screen menus make the AVR 3000 easy to use. To obtain the maximum enjoyment from your new receiver, we urge you to take the time to read through this manual. This will ensure that connections to speakers, source playback units and other external devices are made properly. In addition, a few minutes spent learning the functions of the various controls will enable you to take advantage of all the power the AVR 3000 is able to deliver. If you have any questions about this product, its installation or its operation, please contact your dealer. He is your best local source of information. Description and Features The AVR 3000 is among the most versatile and multi-featured A/V receivers available, incorporating a wide range of listening options. In addition to Dolby Digital and DTS decoding for digital sources, a broad choice of analog surround modes are available for use with sources such as CD, VCR, TV broadcasts and the AVRs own FM/AM tuner. Along with Dolby Pro Logic* , Dolby 3 Stereo, 5 Ch Stereo and custom Hall and Theater modes, only Harman Kardon receivers offer Logic 7 to create a wider, more enveloping field environment and more defined fly-overs and pans. Finally, the AVR 3000 is among the very few A/V receivers that offer decoding of MP3 data, so that you may listen to the latest music selections directly from compatible computers or playback devices with the power and fidelity you expect from Harman Kardon. Another Harman Kardon exclusive is VMAx, which uses proprietary processing to create an open, spacious sound field even when only two front speakers are available. In addition to providing a wide range of listening options, the AVR 3000 is easy to configure so that it provides the best results with your speakers and specific listening-room environment. On-screen menus make it simple to enter settings for speakers, inputs and delay times, while our exclusive EzSet remote measures a systems sound levels and automatically calibrates them for perfectly balanced soundfield presentation. For the ultimate in flexibility, the AVR 3000 features connections for five video devices, all with both composite and S-Video inputs. Two additional audio inputs are available, and a total of six digital inputs make the AVR 3000 capable of handling all the latest digital audio sources. Coax and optical digital outputs are available for direct connection to digital recorders. Two video recording outputs, preamp outputs for use with external power amplifiers, and a six channel input make the AVR 3000 virtually future-proof, with everything needed to accommodate tomorrows new formats right on board. The AVR 3000s powerful amplifier uses traditional Harman Kardon high-current design technologies to meet the wide dynamic range of any program selection. Harman Kardon invented the high-fidelity receiver more than forty-seven years ago. With stateof-the-art circuitry and time-honored circuit designs, the AVR 3000 is one of the finest receivers ever offered by Harman Kardon in its price range. s Onboard Dolby Digital and DTS Decoding Using Crystal Chip Technology s Harman Kardons Exclusive Logic 7 and VMAx Modes s MP3 Decoding for Use with compatible Computers and Digital Audio Players s Remote Automatically Sets Output Levels for Optimum Performance
Q Speaker/Channel Input Indicators: These indicators are multipurpose, indicating either the speaker type selected for each channel or the incoming data-signal configuration. The left, center, right, right surround and left surround speaker indicators are composed of three boxes, while the subwoofer is a single box. The center box lights when a Small speaker is selected, and the two outer boxes light when Large speakers are selected. When none of the boxes are lit for the center, surround or subwoofer channels, no speaker has been selected for that position. (See page 19 for more information on configuring speakers.) The letters inside each of the center boxes display active input channels. For standard analog inputs, only the L and R will light, indicating a stereo input. When a digital source is playing, the indicators will light to display the channels begin received at the digital input. When the letters flash, the digital input has been interrupted. (See page 28 for more information on the Channel Indicators). R Preset Number/Sleep Timer: When the tuner is in use, these numbers indicate the specific preset memory location in use. (See page 31 for more information on preset stations.) When the Sleep function is in use, these numbers show how many minutes remain before the unit goes into the Standby mode.
FRONT PANEL INFORMATION DISPLAY 7
S Preset Indicator: This indicator lights when the tuner is in use to show that the Preset Number/Sleep Timer R is showing the stations preset memory number. (See page 31 for more information on tuner presets.) T Sleep Indicator: This indicator lights when the Sleep function is in use. The numbers in the Preset/Sleep Number Indicators will show the minutes remaining before the AVR 3000 goes into the Standby mode. (See page 25 for more information on the Sleep function.) U Memory Indicator: This indicator flashes when entering presets and other information into the tuners memory. V Stereo Indicator: This indicator illuminates when an FM station is being tuned in stereo. W Tuned Indicator: This indicator illuminates when a station is being received with sufficient signal strength to provide acceptable listening quality. X Auto Indicator: This indicator illuminates when the tuners Auto mode is in use. Y Main Information Display: This display shows messages relating to the status, input source, surround mode, tuner, volume level or other aspects of units operation. AA TA Traffic Announcement Indicator: This indicator illuminates if the RDS station tuned somtimes transmits traffic information (see page 32 for more information on RDS). AB RT Text Indicator: This indicator illuminates when the RDS station tuned is transmitting radiotext (RT) data. AC Clock Time Indicator: This indicator illuminates when the RDS station tuned is transmitting the CT (clock time) code, indicating the current time of day. AD PTY Indicator: This indicator illuminates when the RDS station tuned is transmitting program type data, or during a PTY search. AE RDS Indicator: This indicator illuminates when the station tuned is transmitting RDS data.
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C Channel Select Button: This button is used to start the process of setting the AVR 3000s output levels with an external source. Once this button is pressed, use the / buttons D to select the channel being adjusted, then press the Set button F, followed by the / buttons again, to change the level setting. (See page 30 for more information.) D / Buttons: These are multi-purpose buttons. They will be used most frequently to select a surround mode. To change the surround mode, first press the SURR/CH button A. Next press these buttons to scroll up or down through the list of surround modes that appear in the Main Information Display. These buttons are also used to increase or decrease output levels when configuring the unit with either the internal test tone or an external source. They are also used to enter delay time settings after the Delay button T has been pressed. When the AVR 3000 remote is being programmed for the codes of another device, these buttons are also used in the Auto Search process (See page 36 for more information on programming the remote.) E Button: This button is used to change the menu selection or setting during some of the setup procedures for the AVR. F Set Button: This button is used to enter settings into the AVR 3000s memory. It is also used in the setup procedures for delay time, speaker configuration and channel output level adjustment. G Digital Select: Press this button to assign one of the digital inputs #$Q R to a source. (See page 28 for more information on using digital inputs.) H Numeric Keys: These buttons serve as a ten-button numeric keypad to enter tuner preset positions. They are also used to select channel numbers when TV, VCR or Sat receiver has been selected on the remote, or to select track numbers on a CD, DVD or LD player, depending on how the remote has been programmed. I Tuner Mode: Press this button when the tuner is in use to select between automatic tuning and manual tuning. When the button is pressed so that the AUTO indicator X goes out, pressing the Tuning buttons K8 will move the frequency up or down in single-step increments. When the FM band is in use and the AUTO indicator X is on, pressing this button will change to monaural reception making even week stations audible. (See page 31 for more information.)
Hold the button pressed for two seconds to turn off the Sleep mode setting. Note that this button is also used to change channels on your TV, VCR and SAT receiver when selected. A Surround Mode Selector: Press this button to begin the process of changing the surround mode. After the button has been pressed, use the / buttons D to select the desired surround mode (See page 27 for more information). Note that this button is also used to tune channels when the TV, VCR and SAT receiver is selected using the Input Selector 4. B Night Mode: Press this button to activate the Night mode. This mode is available only with Dolby Digital encoded digital sources, and it preserves dialog (center channel) intelligibilty at low volume levels (See page 29 for more information).
12 REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
J Direct Button: Press this button when the tuner is in use to start the sequence for direct entry of a stations frequency. After pressing the button simply press the proper Numeric Keys H to select a station (See page 31 for more information on the tuner). K Tuning Up/Down: When the tuner is in use, these buttons will tune up or down through the selected frequency band. If the Tuner Mode button I has been pressed or the Band button @ on the front panel was held pressed so that the AUTO indicator X is illuminated, pressing either of the buttons will cause the tuner to seek the next station with acceptable signal strength for quality reception. When the AUTO indicator X is NOT illuminated, pressing these buttons will tune stations in single-step increments. (See page 31 for more information.) L OSD Button: Press this button to activate the On Screen Display (OSD) system used to set up or adjust the AVR 3000s parameters. M Macro Buttons: Press these buttons to store or recall a Macro, which is a pre-programmed sequence of commands stored in the remote. (See page 37 for more information on storing and recalling macros.) N Transport Buttons: These buttons do not have any functions for the AVR, but they may be programmed for the forward/reverse play operation of a wide variety of CD or DVD players, and audio or video- cassette recorders. (See page 36 for more information on programming the remote.) O Skip Up/Down Buttons: These buttons do not have a direct function with the AVR 3000, but when used with a compatibly programmed CD or DVD changer they will change the tracks on the disc currently being played in the changer. P RDS Select Button: Press this button to display the various messages that are part of the RDS data system of the AVR 3000s tuner. (See page 32 for more information on RDS). Q Preset Up/Down: When the tuner is in use, press these buttons to scroll through the stations programmed into the AVR 3000s memory. When CD or DVD is selected using the Input Selector button 4, these buttons may function as Slow Fwd/Rev (DVD) or +10 (CD). R Clear Button: Press this button to clear incorrect entries when using the remote to directly enter a radio stations frequency. S Memory Button: Press this button to enter a radio station into the AVR 3000s preset memory. After pressing the button the MEMORY indicator U will flash; you then have five seconds to enter a preset memory location using the Numeric Keys H. (See page 31 for more information.) T Delay/Prev Ch.: Press this button to begin the process for setting the delay times used by the AVR 3000 when processing surround sound. After pressing this button, the delay times are entered by pressing the Set button F and then using the / buttons D to change the setting. Press the Set button again to complete the process. (See page 21 for more information.) U Button: Press this button to change a setting or selection when configuring many of the AVRs settings. V Speaker Select: Press this button to begin the process of configuring the AVR 3000s Bass Management System for use with the type of speakers used in your system. Once the button has been pressed, use the / buttons D to select the channel you wish to set up. Press the Set button F and then select the speaker type (see page 19 for more information.) W Spare Button: This button does not have any function for the operation of the AVR3000, but it can turn on/off the Multiroom system on other Harman Kardon AV-receivers with that feature and the Sub-function on DVD players. X Volume Up/Down: Press these buttons to raise or lower the system volume. Y TV/Video Button: This button does not have a direct function on the AVR 3000, but when used with a compatibly programmed VCR, DVD or satellite receiver that has a TV/Video function, pressing this button will switch between the output of the player or receiver and the external video input to that player. Consult the Owners Manual for your specific player or receiver for the details of how it implements this function. Z SPL Indicator Select: This button activates the AVR 3000s EzSet function to quickly and accurately calibrate the AVR 3000s output levels. Press and hold the button for three seconds and then release it. Note that the Test Tone will begin circulating, and the Program Indicator 2 will change colors. During this sequence, EzSet will automatically adjust the output levels for all channels until they are equal, as shown by the Program Indicator lighting green for each channel. (See page 23 for more information on EzSet.) a 6-Ch. Direct Input: Press this button to select the component connected to the 6-Ch. Direct Input 8 as the source b Mute: Press this button to momentarily silence the AVR 3000 or TV set being controlled, depending on which device has been selected. When the AVR 3000 remote is being programmed to operate another device, this button is pressed with the Input Selector button 4 to begin the programming process. (See page 36 for more information on programming the remote.) NOTE: As any of the remote buttons pressed is active with the device selected, the corresponding Selector button 45 will briefly flash red to confirm your selection.
16 INSTALLATION AND CONNECTIONS
When all audio, video and system connections have been made, there are a few configuration adjustments that must be made. A few minutes spent to correctly configure and calibrate the unit will greatly add to your listening experience. Depending on the specifics of your room acoustics and the type of speakers in use, you may find that imaging is improved by moving the front-left and front-right speakers slightly forward of the center-channel speaker. If possible, adjust all front loudspeakers so that they are aimed at ear height when you are seated in the listening position. Using these guidelines, youll find that it takes some experimentation to find the correct location for the front speakers in your particular installation. Dont be afraid to move things around until the system sounds correct. Optimize your speakers so that audio transitions across the front of the room sound smooth. Surround speakers should be placed on the side walls of the room, at or slightly behind the listening position. The center of the speaker should face you. If side-wall mounting is not practical, the speakers may be placed on a rear wall, behind the listening position. The speakers should be no more than two meters behind the rear of the seating area. Subwoofers produce largely nondirectional sound, so they may be placed almost anywhere in a room. Actual placement should be based on room size and shape and the type of subwoofer used. One method of finding the optimal location for a subwoofer is to begin by placing it in the front of the room, about 15cm from a wall, or near the front corner of the room. Another method is to temporarily place the subwoofer in the spot where you will normally sit, and then walk around the room until you find a spot where the subwoofer sounds best. Place the subwoofer in that spot. You should also follow the instructions of the subwoofers manufacturer, or you may wish to experiment with the best location for a subwoofer in your listening room.
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Surround Setup Once the input setup has been completed, the next step for that input is to set the surround mode you wish to use with that input. Since surround modes are a matter of personal taste, feel free to select any mode you wish you may change it later. The Surround Mode chart on page 26 may help you select the mode best suited to the input source selected. However, to make it easier to establish the initial parameters for the AVR 3000, it is best to select Dolby Pro Logic for most analog inputs and Dolby Digital for inputs connected to digital sources. In the case of inputs such as a CD Player, Tape Deck or Tuner, you may wish to set the mode to Stereo, if that is your preferred listening mode for standard stereo sources, where it is unlikely that surround encoded material will be used. Alternatively, the 5 Channel Stereo or Logic 7 Music mode may also be a good choice for stereo-only source material. It is easiest to complete the surround setup using the full-OSD on-screen menus. From the main MASTER MENU menu (Figure 1), press the / button D until the cursor is next to the SURROUND SETUP menu. Press the Set button F so that the SURROUND SETUP menu (Figure 3 or 4) is on the screen.
SURROUND: C S N R E U I E N R G T TER R HT: URN
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DELAY: DELAY: TO MENU
* SURROUND D D ELA ELA FF O M SETUP O I Y Y M E L G : : I N BY ITA D M U *
SURROUND: C S N R E U I E N R G T TER R HT: URN D D O T
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I N P U T : V ID E O 1 D I G I T A L I N : A NA L O G R E T U R N T O M E N U
Since the factory default for all inputs is Stereo, the words S U R R O F F will initially appear in highlighted video (Figure 3) unless another surround mode choice was made with the input just selected. To change the surround mode while the cursor is next to the surround line, press the / buttons EU until the desired surround modes name appears in the highlighted video. As the modes are changed, a green LED will also light next to the mode names in the Surround Mode Indicators on the front panel. Note that the data lines next to the items in the screen display will show either numbers or a series of dashes, depending on whether or not the specific parameter is adjustable. For example, the Center Delay and Night Mode items are only adjustable for Dolby Digital, and the Delay Time is only adjusted for Dolby Digital and Dolby Pro Logic. Note, also, that Dolby Digital and DTS will only appear as choices (Figure 4) when a digital input was previously selected. These settings for Delay, and Night mode, that are independent of any input selected, will be described in the next chapter on page 21. Speaker Setup This menu tells the AVR 3000 which type of speakers are in use. This is important as it adjusts the settings that determine which speakers receive low frequency (bass) information. For each of these settings use the L A R G E setting if the speakers for a particular position are traditional full-range loudspeakers that are capable of reproducing sounds below 100Hz. Use the S M A L L setting for smaller, frequency-limited satellite speakers that do not reproduce sounds below 100Hz. Note that when small front (left and right) speakers are used, a subwoofer is required to reproduce low frequency sounds. If
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Important Note: When a speaker set with two front satellites and a passive subwoofer is used, connected to the front speaker outputs D, the fronts must be set for LARGE. 3. When you have completed your selection for the front channel, press the button D on the remote to move the cursor to CENTER. 4. Press the / buttons EU on the remote to select the option that best describes your Center speaker based on the speaker definitions shown on this page. When SMALL is selected, low frequency center channel sounds will be sent to the Fronts, if they are set for LARGE and Sub is turned off. When Sub is on, low frequency center channel sounds will be sent to the subwoofer only. When LARGE is selected, a full-range output will be sent to the center speaker output, and with analog and digital surround modes NO center channel signal will be sent to the subwoofer output. When NONE is selected, no signal will be sent to the center channel output. The receiver will operate in a phantom center channel mode and center channel information will be sent to the left and right front channel outputs. This mode is needed if no Center speaker is used (note that for the use of Logic 7C surround mode a Center speaker is needed, but Logic 7M works well without a Center too). 5. When you have completed your selection for the center channel, press the button D on the remote to change the cursor to SURROUND.
7. When you have completed your selection for the surround channel, press the button D on the remote to move the cursor to SUBWOOFER. 8. Press the / buttons EU on the remote to select the option that best describes your system. The choices available for the subwoofer position will depend on the settings for the other speakers, particularly the front left/right positions. If the front left/right speakers are set to SMALL, the subwoofer will automatically be set to S U B, which is the on position. If the front left/right speakers are set to LARGE, three options are available: If no subwoofer is connected to the AVR 3000, press the / buttons EU on the remote so that N O N E appears in the on-screen menu. When this option is selected, all bass information will be routed to the front left/right main speakers. If a subwoofer is connected to the AVR 3000, you have the option to have the front left/right main speakers reproduce bass frequencies at all times, and have the subwoofer operate only when the AVR 3000 is being used with a digital source that contains a dedicated Low Frequency Effects, or LFE soundtrack. This allows you to use both your main and subwoofer speakers to take advantage of the special bass created for certain movies. To select that option press / buttons EU on the remote so that S U B (LFE) appears in the on-screen menu. If a subwoofer is connected and you wish to use it for bass reproduction in conjunction with the main front left/right speakers, regardless of the type of program source or surround mode you are listening to, press the / buttons EU on the remote so that S U B L/R+LFE appears in the on-screen menu. When this option is selected, a complete feed will be sent to the front left/right main speakers, and the subwoofer will receive the front left and right bass frequencies under frequency selected in the next option setting on this menu, as described below. 9. When all speaker selections have been made, press the button D and then the Set button F to return to main menu. 10. The Speaker Configuration may also be changed at any time without using the full-OSD on-screen menu system by pressing the Speaker Select button on the front panel or remote V. Once the button is pressed, F N T SPEAKER will appear in both the lower third of the video display and the Main Information Display Y.
24 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Once you have completed the setup and configuration of the AVR 3000, it is simple to operate and enjoy. The following instructions should be followed for you to maximize your enjoyment of your new receiver: Turning the AVR 3000 On or Off When using the AVR 3000 for the first time, you must press the Main Power Switch 1 on the front panel to turn the unit on. This places the unit in a Standby mode, as indicated by the amber color of the Power Indicator 3. Once the unit is in Standby, you may begin a listening session by pressing the System Power Control 2 or the Source button ! on the front panel or the AVR Selector 5. Note that the Power Indicator 3 will turn green. This will turn the unit on and return it to the input source that was last used. The unit may also be turned on from Standby by pressing any of the Source Selector buttons on the remote 4a6. NOTE: After pressing one of the Input Selector buttons 4 (except VID4) to turn the unit on, press the AVR Selector 5 to have the remote control the AVR functions. To turn the unit off at the end of a listening session, simply press the System Power Control 2 on the front panel or the Power Off Button 3 on the remote. Power will be shut off to any equipment plugged into the rear panel Switched AC Outlets F and the Power Indicator 3 will turn amber. When the remote is used to turn the unit off it is actually placing the system in a Standby mode, as indicated by the amber color of the Power Indicator 3. When you will be away from home for an extended period of time it is always a good idea to completely turn the unit off with the front panel Main Power Switch 1. NOTE: All preset memories may be lost if the unit is left turned off with the Main Power Switch 1 for more than two weeks. Using the Sleep Timer To program the AVR 3000 for automatic turnoff, press the Sleep Button 9 on the remote. Each press of the button will increase the time before shut down in the following sequence:
The sleep time will be displayed in the Preset Number/Sleep Timer Indicator R and it will count down until the time has elapsed. When the programmed sleep time has elapsed, the unit will automatically turn off (to Standby mode). Note that the front panel display will dim to one half brightness when the Sleep function is programmed. To cancel the Sleep function, press and hold the Sleep Button 9 until the information display returns to normal brightness and the Sleep indicator numbers disappear and the words SLEEP O F F appear in the Main Information Display Y.
Controls and Use of Headphones
Adjust the volume to a comfortable level using the front panel Volume Control ( or remote Volume Up/Down X buttons. The Balance Control & may be used to adjust the relative sound output between the left front and right front speakers. To temporarily silence all speaker outputs press the Mute button b. This will interrupt the output to all speakers and the headphone jack, but it will not affect any recording or dubbing that may be in progress. When the system is muted, the MUTE indicator P will light in the Main Information Display. Press the Mute button b again to return to normal operation. During a listening session you may wish to adjust the Bass Control ^ and Treble Control * to suit your listening tastes or room acoustics. Note that these controls are not effective with the 6-Channel Direct Input. To set the output of the AVR 3000 so that the output is flat, with the Tone controls and the Balance control de-activated, press the Tone Mode button 6 button once or twice so that the words T o n e O u t appear momentarily in the Main Information Display Y. To return the tone controls to an active condition, press the Tone Mode 6 button once or twice so that the words T o n e I n momentarily appear in the Main Information Display Y. For private listening, plug the 6.3 mm stereo phone plug from a pair of stereo headphones into the front panel Headphone Jack 4. Note that when the headphones plug is connected, the word HEADPHONE will scroll once across the Main Information Display Y and all speakers will be silenced. When the headphone plug is removed, the audio feed to the speakers will be restored.
To select a source, press any of the Source Selector buttons on the remote 46. NOTE: After pressing one of the Input Selector buttons 4 (except VID4) to turn the unit on, press the AVR Selector 5 to have the remote control the AVR functions. The input source may also be changed by pressing the front-panel Input Source Selector button !. Each press of the button will move the input selection through the list of available inputs. As the input is changed, the AVR 3000 will automatically switch to the digital input (if selected), surround mode and speaker configuration that were entered during the configuration process for that source. The front-panel Video 4 Inputs % may be used to connect a device such as a video game or camcorder to your home entertainment system on a temporary basis. As the input source is changed, the new input name will appear momentarily as an on-screen display in the lower third of the video display. The input name will also appear in the Main Information Display Y and a green LED will light next to the selected inputs name in the front-panel Input Indicators. When a pure audio source (Tuner, CD, Tape, 6 Channel direct inputs) is selected, the last video input used remains routed to the Video 1 and Video 2 Outputs L O (except from its own Video 1/ source) and Video Monitor Output C. This permits simultaneous viewing and listening to different sources. When a Video source is selected, its audio signal will be fed to the speakers and the video signal for that input will be routed to the appropriate Monitor Output jack C and will be viewable on a TV monitor connected to the AVR 3000.
In normal operation, the audio or video source selected for listening through the AVR 3000 is sent to the record outputs. This means that any program you are watching or listening to may be recorded simply by placing machines connected to the outputs for Tape Outputs 1 or Video 1 or 2 Outputs 4 L O in the record mode. When a digital audio recorder is connected to any of the Digital Audio Outputs 9, you are able to record the digital signal using a CD-R, MiniDisc or other digital recording system. Note that all digital signals will be passed through to both, coaxial and optical, digital outputs simultanously, no matter which kind of digital input was selected. NOTES: The digital outputs are active only when a digital signal is present, and they do not convert an analog input to a digital signal, or change the format of the digital signal (e.g. Dolby Digital to PCM or vice versa, but coaxial digital signals are converted to optical signals and vice versa). In additon, the digital recorder must be compatible with the output signal. For example, the PCM digital input from a CD player may be recorded on a CD-R or MiniDisc, but Dolby Digital or DTS signals may not. To make an analog recording of a Dolby Digital or DTS source is not possible, if the source is connected to a digital input of the AVR 3000 only. But the analog two channel signal of that source can be recorded (see item 5, Important Notes on Digital Playback above).
Output Level Trim Adjustment
Normal output level adjustment for the AVR 3000 is established using the test tone, as outlined on pages 22 and 23. In some cases, however, it may be desirable to adjust the output levels using program material such as a test disc, or a selection you are familiar with. Additionally, the output level for the subwoofer and those for the Stereo and VMAx modes can only be adjusted using this procedure. To adjust the output levels using program material, first select the surround mode for which you want to trim the speakers (see NOTE below), start your program material source and set the reference volume for the front left and front right channels using the Volume Control (X. Once the reference level has been set, press the Channel Select button C and note that FRONT L LEV will appear in the Main Information Display Y. To change the level, first press the Set button F , and then use the Selector buttons 5 or the / buttons D to raise or lower the level. DO NOT use the volume control, as this will alter the reference setting. Once the change has been made, press the Set button F and then press the Selector buttons 5 or the / buttons D to select the next output channel location that you wish to adjust. To adjust the subwoofer level, press the Selector buttons 5 or the / buttons D until WOOFER LEV appears in the Main Information Display Y or on-screen display. (only available if the subwoofer is turned on). Press the Set button F when the name of the desired channel appears in the Main Information Display Y and on-screen display, and follow the instructions shown above to adjust the level. Repeat the procedure as needed until all channels requiring adjustment have been set. When all adjustments have been made press the Set button F twice, the AVR 3000 will return to normal operation. If you are using a disc with noise test signals or an external signal generator as the source from which to trim the output levels, you may use the EzSet feature of the remote to guide you to the correct SPL level. To use the remote for this purpose, start the test tone from the source and press and quickly release the SPL Indicator Select Z to activate the sensor. When the test tone from the source is fed to the speaker you want to trim, the Program Indicator 2 will change color to indicate the level. Adjust the level for the appropriate channel until the LED lights green for all channels. When it is red the level is too high; when it is amber the level is too low. As the remote is used as sound pressure level (SPL) sensor, in this case the channels can be selected and their levels be adjusted, as described above, with the Channel Select button and the Selector 5 and Set buttons on the AVRs front panel only (with help of an assisting person). After the output levels of all channels are aligned,press the SPL Indicator Select Z to turn the sensor and indicator off. The channel output may also be adjusted using the full-OSD on-screen menu system. First, set the volume to a comfortable listening level using the Volume Control (X. Then, press the OSD button L to bring up the MASTER M E N U (Figure 1). Press the Button D until the on-screen cursor is next to the CHANNEL ADJUST line. Press the Set Button F to activate the CHANNEL ADJUST menu (Figure 8).
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Figure 9 To change the brightness setting, at the ADVANCED SELECT menu, make certain that the on-screen cursor is next to the V F D line, and press the Button U until the desired brightness level is highlighted in the video display. When F U L L is highlighted, the display is at its normal brightness. When H A L F is highlighted, the display is at half the normal brightness level. When O F F is highlighted, all of the indicators in the Main Information Display will go dark. Note, however, that the green LEDs for the Input Indicators and the Surround Mode Indicators , as well as for the Power Indicator 3, will always remain lit to remind you that the unit is turned on. If you wish to make other adjustments in the menu, press the / Buttons D until the onscreen cursor is next to the desired setting or the RETURN T O M E N U line and press the Set button F. If you have no other adjustments to make, press the OSD Button L to exit the menu system.
34 ADVANCED FEATURES
Semi-OSD Settings The semi-OSD system places one line messages at the lower third of the video display screen whenever the Volume, Input Source, Surround mode or tuner frequency of any of the configuration settings are changed. The semi-OSD system is helpful in that enables you to have feedback on any control changes or remote commands using the video display when it is difficult to view the front-panel displays. However, you may occasionally prefer to turn these displays off for a particular listening session. You may also want to adjust the length of time the displays remain on the screen. Both of those options are possible with the AVR 3000. To turn off the semi-OSD system, you will need to make an adjustment in the ADVANCED SELECT menu (Figure 9). To start the adjustment, press the OSD button L to bring the MASTER MENU to the screen. Press the Button D twice, until the on-screen cursor is next to the ADVANCED line. Press the Set Button F to enter the ADVANCED SELECT menu. At the ADVANCED SELECT menu make certain that the on-screen cursor is next to the S E M I O S D line by pressing the / buttons D as needed. Next, press the button U so that the word O F F is highlighted in the video display. Note that this setting is temporary and will remain active only until it is changed or until the AVR 3000 is turned off. Once the unit is turned off, the semi-OSD displays will remain activated, even if they were switched off for the previous listening session. To change the length of time that the semi-OSD displays remain on the screen, go to the ADVANCED SELECT Menu as outlined earlier, and press the / buttons D as needed, until the on-screen cursor is next to the SEMI-OSD T I M E O U T line. Next, press the / Buttons EU until the desired time in seconds is displayed. Note that unlike most of the other options in this menu, this is a permanent setting change, and the time-out entry will remain in effect until it is changed, even when the unit is turned off. If you wish to make other adjustments in the menu, press the / Buttons D until the onscreen cursor is next to the desired setting or the RETURN TO M E N U line and press the Set button F. If you have no other adjustments to make, press the OSD Button L to exit the menu system. Full-OSD Time Out Adjustment The FULL-OSD menu system is used to simplify the setup and adjustment of the AVR 3000 using a series of on-screen menus. The factory default setting for these menus leaves them on the screen for 20 seconds after a period of inactivity before they disappear from the screen or Time Out. This Time Out is a safety measure to prevent the menu text from burning into the CRTs in your monitor or projector, which might happen if they were left on indefinitely. However, some viewers may prefer a slightly longer or shorter period before the Time Out display. To change the Full-OSD Time Out, you will need to make an adjustment in the ADVANCED SELECT Menu (Figure 1). To start the adjustment, press the OSD button L to bring the MASTER MENU to the screen. Press the button D twice, until the on-screen cursor is next to the ADVANCED line. Press the Set Button F to enter the ADVANCED SELECT Menu (Figure 9). At the ADVANCED SELECT menu make certain that the on-screen cursor is next to the FULL-OSD T I M E O U T line by pressing the / Buttons D as needed. Next, press the / buttons EU until the desired time is displayed in seconds. Note that unlike most of the other options in this menu, this is a permanent setting change, and the time-out entry will remain in effect until it is changed, even when the unit is turned off. If you wish to make other adjustments in the menu, press the / Buttons D until the onscreen cursor is next to the desired setting or the RETURN TO M E N U line and press the Set button F. If you have no other adjustments to make, press the OSD Button L to exit the menu system.
Programming the Remote with Codes
As shipped from the factory, the remote is fully programmed for all AVR 3000 functions, as well as those of most Harman Kardon CD changers, DVD players, CD players and cassette decks. In addition, by following one of the methods below, you may program the remote to operate a wide range of devices from other manufacturers. Note: The Input Selector button Video cannot be programmed with codes as it functions as input selector for the AVR only. Moreover, only the default code "001" can be programmed on the AVR Selector button 5. Direct Code Entry This method is the easiest way to program your remote to work with different products. 1. Use the tables in the following pages to determine the three-digit code or codes that match both the product type (e.g., VCR, TV), and the specific brand name. If there is more than one number for a brand, make note of the different choices. 2. Turn on the unit you wish to program into the AVR 3000 remote. 3. Press and hold both the Input Selector 4 for the type of product to be entered (e.g., VCR, TV) and the Mute button b at the same time. When the Program/SPL Indicator 2 turns amber and begins flashing, release the buttons. It is important that you begin the next step within 20 seconds. 4. If the unit you wish to program into the AVR 3000 remote has a remotable Power on/off function, follow these steps: a. Point the AVR 3000s remote towards the unit to be programmed, and enter the first threedigit code number using the Numeric buttons H. If the unit being programmed turns off, the correct code has been entered. Press the Input Selector 4 again, and note that the red light under the Input Selector will flash three times before going dark to confirm the entry.
36 PROGRAMMING THE REMOTE
Macros enable you to easily repeat frequently used combinations of commands with the press of a single button on the AVR 3000s remote control. Once programmed, a macro will send out up to 19 different remote codes in a pre-determined sequential order enabling you to automate the process of turning on your system, changing devices, or other common tasks. The AVRs remote can store up to five separate macro command sequences, one that is associated with the Power On button 0, and four more that are accessed by pressing the Macro buttons M. 1. Press the Mute button b and the Macro button M to be programmed or the Power-On button 0 at the same time. Note that the latest selected Input Selector will light red, and the Program/SPL Indicator 2 will flash amber. 2. Enter the steps for the macro sequence by pressing the button for the actual command step. Although the macro may contain up to 19 steps, each button press, including those used to change devices, counts as a step. The Program/SPL Indicator 2 will flash green to confirm each button press as you enter commands. NOTE: While entering commands for Power On of any device during a macro sequence, press the Mute button b. DO NOT press the actual Power ON button. Remember to press the appropriate Input Selector button 4 before functions are changed to another device. This is also needed for the AVR Selector button 5 itself, as long as its not lit red and AVR functions shall be programmed. 3. When all the steps have been entered, press the Sleep button 9 to enter the commands. The red light under the Input Selector 45 will blink and then turn off. Example: To program the Macro 1 M button so that it turns on the AVR 3000, TV and a SatReceiver, follow these steps: Press the Macro 1 button M and Mute b buttons at the same time and then release them. Note that the Program/SPL Indicator will flash amber. Press the AVR Selector 5. Press the Mute b button to store the AVRs power on command. Press the VID 2 Input Selector button 4 to indicate the next command is for TV Power On. Press the Mute b button to store the TV Power On Command. Press the VID 3 Input Selector button 4 to indicate the next command is for Sat-Receiver Power On. Press the Mute b button to store the SatReceiver Power On command. Press the Sleep/Channel Up button 9 to complete the process and store the macro sequence. After following these steps, each time you press the Macro 1 button M, the remote will send all Power On commands. Erasing Macro Commands To remove the commands that have been programmed into one of the Macro buttons, follow these steps: 1. Press the Mute button b and the Macro button M that contains the commands you wish to erase. 2. Note that the Program/SPL Indicator 2 will flash amber, and the LED under the AVR Selector 5 will turn red. 3. Within ten seconds, press the Surround Mode Selector/Channel Down button A. 4. The red LED under the AVR Selector will go out, and the Program/SPL Indicator 2 will turn green and flash three times before it goes out. 5. When the Program/SPL Indicator 2 goes out, the Macro has been erased.
Transport Control Punch-Through
The AVR 3000s remote may be programmed to operate so that the Transport Control Functions x (Play, Stop, Fast Forward, Rewind, Pause and Record) for a VCR, DVD or CD will operate in conjunction with one of the other devices controlled by the remote. For example, while using and controlling the TV, you may wish to start or stop your VCR or DVD without having to change the device selected by the AVR 3000 or the remote. To program the remote for Transport Control PunchThrough, follow these steps: 1. Press the Input Selector 4 for the device you wish to have the channel control associated with and the Mute button b at the same time until the red light illuminates, under the Input Selector 4 and the Program/ SPL Indicator 2 flashes amber. 2. Press the Play button x. The Program/SPL Indicator 2 will stop flashing and stay amber. 3. Press and release the AVR 5 or Input Selector button 4 for the device that will be used to change the channels. The Program/SPL Indicator 2 will blink green three times and then go out to confirm the data entry. Example: To control the transport of a CD player while the remote is set to control the TV, press the VID 2/TV Input Selector button 4and the Mute button b at the same time. Next, release them and press the Play button x, followed by the CD Input Selector button 4. NOTE: To remove the Channel Control PunchThrough and return the remote to its original configuration, repeat the steps shown in the example above. However, press the VID 2/TV Input Selector in Steps 1 and 3. NOTE: Before programming the remote for Volume, Channel or Transport Punch-Through, make certain that any programming needed for the specific TV, CD, DVD, Cable or Satellite Receivers has been completed.
Resetting the Remote Memory
As you add components to your home-theater system, occasionally you may wish to totally reprogram the remote control without the confusion of any commands, macros or Punch-Through programming that you may have done. To do this, it is possible to reset the remote to the original factory defaults and command codes by following these steps. Note, however, that once the remote is reset, all commands or codes that you have entered will be erased and will need to be reentered: 1. Press any of the Input Selector buttons 4 and the O button H at the same time until the Program/SPL Indicator 2 begins to flash amber. 2. Press the 3 button H three times. 3. The red LED under the Input Selector 4 will go out and the Program/SPL Indicator 2 will stop flashing and turn green. 4. The Program/SPL Indicator 2 will remain green until the remote is reset. Note that this may take a while, depending on how many commands are in the memory and need to be erased. 5. When the Program/SPL Indicator 2 goes out, the remote has been reset to the factory settings.
Hersteller/Marke AIWA AKAI AKURA ALBA AMSTRAD ANITECH ARC EN CIEL ARISTONA ASTRA ASTRO SOUND ATLANTIC AUDIOSONIC BANG & OLUFSEN BAUR BLAUPUNKT BRANDT ELECTRONIQUE BRAUN BUSH CANON CONDOR CROWN CROWN/ONWA DAEWOO DECCA DECCA(UK) DEGRAAF DUAL DUMONT DYNATECH ELBE ELTA EMERSON FERGUSON FINLADIA FINLUX FISHER FUJITSU FUNAI GARANADA(UK) GBC(UK) GOLDSTAR GOODMANS GRAETZ GRANADA GRANADA(UK) GRUNDIG HANSEATIC HARMAN/KARDON HIFIVOX HITACHI IMPERIAL INTERFUNK INTERVISION ITT ITT-NOKIA Konfigurations-Code (3-stellig) 152
Code-bersicht: Videorecorder (Fortsetzung)
Hersteller/Marke JENSEN JVC KARCHER KENDO KENWOOD KOERTING KUBA LLOYD LOEWE LOEWE OPTA MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MEMOREX METZ MINERVA MITSUBISHI MULTITECH NATIONAL NEC NECKERMANN NESCO NOKIA NORDMENDE OPTONICA ORION OSAKI OTTO VERSAND PALLADIUM PANASONIC PATHE' MARCONI PHILIPS PIONEER PROLINE QUELLE RADIOLA RCA REALISTIC REX ROADSTAR SABA SALORA SAMSUNG SANSUI SANYO SBR SCHAUB LORENZ SCHNEIDER SEG SELECO SHARP SIEMENS SINGER SONY SUNSTAR SUPERTEC SYLVANIA Konfigurations-Code (3-stellig) 053 148
Code-bersicht: Videorecorder (Fortsetzung
Hersteller/Marke TANDBERG TEAC TEC TECHNICS TELEFUNKEN TELERENT TENSAI THOMSON THORN THORN-FERGUSON TOSHIBA TRANSONIC UHER ULTRAVOX UNITECH UNIVERSUM WATSON WELTBLICK YAMAHA YOKO ZANUSSI ZENDER Konfigurations-Code (3-stellig) 090 090
Hersteller/Marke BT CABLE CABLETIME CLYDE CABLE VISION DECSAT CANAL FILMNET FRANCE TELECOM GEC JERROLD PHILIPS PIONEER SAMSUNG SATBOX SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA TELESERVICE TUDI UNITED CABLE VISIOPASS WESTMINSTER CABLE Konfigurations-Code (3-stellig) 007
Hersteller/Marke AIWA ARCAM AKAI AUDIOMECA BSR CALIFORNIA AUDIO CAPETRONIC CROWN DENON FISHER FUNAI GOLDSTAR GRUNDIG HAITAI HARMAN KARDON HITACHI JVC KENWOOD KYOCERA LINN LUXMAN MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MBL MCINTOSH MITSUBISHI MERIDIAN MITSUMI NAD NAKAMICHI NAIM NEC ONKYO PANASONIC PHILIPS PIONEER PRIMARE PROTON REALISTIC REVOX SAMSUNG SANSUI SANYO SHARP SHERWOOD SIGNATURE SONY T&A TEAC TECHNICS THETA DIGITAL THOMSON THORENS TOSHIBA UNIVERSUM(QUELLE) YAMAHA Konfigurations-Code (3-stellig) 169
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