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AVR 4000 Audio/Video Receiver
DIGITAL PRO LOGIC 3 STEREO 5CH STEREO
HALL 1 HALL 2 THEATER VMAx LOGIC 7 SURR. OFF
DTS DOLBY D PCM MP3
AUTO TUNED ST
MEMORY PRESET SLEEP
VID 1 VID 2 VID 3 VID 4 DVD
CD TAPE FM AM 6 CH.
0 C 0 R
5.1 LOGIC 7 CM
3-STEREO 5 CH STEREO HALL 12 THEATER
Set Tone Mode
RDS Min Max
In DIgital In/Out
Power for the Digital Revolution
Table of Contents
57 Introduction Safety Information Front Panel Controls Front Panel Information Display Rear Panel Connections Main Remote Control Functions Zone II Remote Control Functions Installation and Connections System Configuration Speaker Selection and Placement First Turn On and Use of OSD 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 Multiroom Operation Programming the Remote Programming the Remote with Codes Code Readout Learning Codes From a Remote Macro Programming Programmed Device Function Volume Punch-Through Channel Control Punch-Through Transport Control Punch-Through Reassigning Device Control Selectors 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 09/00
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 (letter in an oval) indicates a button on the Zone II remote
2 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Thank you for choosing Harman Kardon! With the purchase of a Harman Kardon AVR 4000 you are about to begin many years of listening enjoyment. The AVR 4000 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 4000 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 4000 to make all of this happen, hookup and operation are simple. Color-keyed connections, programmable remote control, and on-screen menus make the AVR 4000 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 4000 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 4000 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 4000 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 4000 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 4000 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 4000 capable of handling all the latest digital audio sources. Coax and optical digital outputs are available for direct connection to digital recorders, and the front-panel coaxial jack may be switched to an output for use with portable recorders a Harman Kardon exclusive. Two video recording outputs, preamp outputs for use with external power amplifiers, and a six channel input make the AVR 4000 virtually future-proof, with everything needed to accommodate tomorrows new formats right on board. The AVR 4000s flexibility and power extend beyond your main home theater or listening room. The AVR includes a sophisticated multizone control system that allows you to select one source for use in the main room and a different one in a second room. Left and right front channel audio is routed to the remote room location, with complete control over volume provided by a separate infrared control link. To make it easy to operate the AVR 4000 from a remote room, a separate Zone II remote is included. The AVR 4000s 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 4000 is one of the finest receivers ever offered by Harman Kardon. 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
s Front-Panel Digital Inputs and Coax Digital Output Capability for Easy Connection to Portable Digital Devices and the Latest Video Game Consoles s Multiple Digital Inputs and Outputs s On-Screen Menu and Display System s 6-Channel Direct Input and Preamp Outputs for Easy Expansion and Use with Future Audio Formats s Complete Multi-Zone System with Separate Zone II Remote Included s Main Remote with Both Internal Codes and Learning Capability
Important Safety Information
Verify Line Voltage Before Use Your AVR 4000 has been designed for use with 220-240-Volt AC current. Connection to a line voltage other than that for which it is intended can create a safety and fire hazard and may damage the unit. If you have any questions about the voltage requirements for your specific model, or about the line voltage in your area, contact your dealer before plugging the unit into a wall outlet. Do Not Use Extension Cords To avoid safety hazards, use only the power cord attached to your unit. We do not recommend that extension cords be used with this product. As with all electrical devices, do not run power cords under rugs or carpets or place heavy objects on them. Damaged power cords should be replaced immediately by an authorized service depot with a cord meeting factory specifications. Handle the AC Power Cord Gently When disconnecting the power cord from an AC outlet, always pull the plug, never pull the cord. If you do not intend to use the unit for any considerable length of time, disconnect the plug from the AC outlet. Do Not Open the Cabinet There are no user-serviceable components inside this product. Opening the cabinet may present a shock hazard, and any modification to the product will void your guarantee. If water or any metal object such as a paper clip, wire or a staple accidentally falls inside the unit, disconnect it from the AC power source immediately, and consult an authorized service station. Installation Location s To assure proper operation and to avoid the potential for safety hazards, place the unit on a firm and level surface. When placing the unit on a shelf, be certain that the shelf and any mounting hardware can support the weight of the product. s Make certain that proper space is provided both above and below the unit for ventilation. If this product will be installed in a cabinet or other enclosed area, make certain that there is sufficient air movement within the cabinet. Under some circumstances a fan may be required. s Do not place the unit directly on a carpeted surface. s Avoid installation in extremely hot or cold locations, or an area that is exposed to direct sunlight or heating equipment. s Avoid moist or humid locations. s Do not obstruct the ventilation slots on the top of the unit, or place objects directly over them. Cleaning When the unit gets dirty, wipe it with a clean, soft, dry cloth. If necessary, wipe it with a soft cloth dampened with mild soapy water, then a fresh cloth with clean water. Wipe dry immediately with a dry cloth. NEVER use benzene, aerosol cleaners, thinner, alcohol or any other volatile cleaning agent. Do not use abrasive cleaners, as they may damage the finish of metal parts. Avoid spraying insecticide near the unit. Moving the Unit Before moving the unit, be certain to disconnect any interconnection cords with other components, and make certain that you disconnect the unit from the AC outlet.
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 21 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 30 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 33 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 4000 goes into the Standby mode. (See page 27 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. Z Mute Indicator: This indicator illuminates to remind you that the AVR 4000s output has been silenced by pressing the Mute button b. Press the Mute button again to return to the previously selected output level. 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.
Optional Rear-Wall Mounting
B) The distance between the left and right speakers should be equal to the distance from the seating position to the viewing screen. You may also experiment with placing the left and right speakers slightly forward of the center speaker.
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 19
First Turn On and Use of the OSD
Once the speakers have been placed in the room and connected, the remaining steps are to program the system configuration memories. With the AVR 4000 two kind of memories are used, those associated individually with the input selected, e.g. surround modes, and others working independently from any input selected like speaker output levels, crossover frequencies or delay times used by the surround sound processor. You are now ready to power up the AVR 4000 to begin these final adjustments. 1. Plug the Power Cable H into an unswitched AC outlet. 2. Press the Main Power Switch 1 in until it latches and the word OFF on the top of the switch disappears inside the front panel. Note that the Power Indicator 3 will turn amber, indicating that the unit is in the Standby mode. 3. Install the three supplied AAA batteries in the remote as shown. Be certain to follow the (+) and () polarity indicators that are on the bottom of the battery compartment. projectors, constant display of a static image such as these menus or video game images may cause the image to be permanently burned into the CRT. This type of damage is not covered by the AVR 4000 warranty and may not be covered by the projector TV sets warranty. The AVR 4000 has two on-screen display modes, Semi-OSD and Full-OSD. When making configuration adjustments, it is recommended that the Full-OSD mode be used. This will place a complete status report or option listing on the screen, making it easier to view the available options and make the settings on the screen. The Semi-OSD mode uses one-line displays only. Note that when the full OSD system is in use, the menu selections are not shown in the Information Display Y. When the full OSD menu system is used, OSD ON will appear in the Main Information Display Y and the OSD Indicator M will illuminate to remind you that a video display must be used. When the semi-OSD system is used in conjunction with the discrete configuration buttons, the on screen display will show a single line of text with the current menu selection. That selection will also be shown in the Main Information Display Y. Selecting the On-Screen display The full OSD system is always available by pressing the OSD button L. When this button is pressed the MASTER MENU (Figure 1) will appear, and adjustments are made from the individual menus. Note that the menus will remain on the screen for 20 seconds after the latest action was made on the screen menu, then they will time-out and disappear from the screen. The time-out may be increased to as much as 50 seconds by going to the ADVANCED SELECT menu, and changing the item titled F U L L O S D T I M E O U T. The semi-OSD system is also available as a system default, although it may be turned off by using the ADVANCED SELECT menu. (See page 36). With the semi-OSD system, you may make adjustments directly, by pressing the buttons on the front panel or remote control for the specific parameter to be adjusted as outlined above.
* I S S O C M A E N U P U H U D X / R E T A L V I O R A P N T A T MASTER U O K U N I N T U E T E C SE ND R S AD L A ROO ED T S E J D M U E T U J MENU P T U S U *
Settings to be Made With Each Input Used
The AVR 4000 features an advanced memory system that enables you to establish different configurations for the speaker configuration, digital input and surround mode for each input source. This flexibility enables you to custom tailor the way in which you listen to each source and have the AVR 4000 memorize them. This means, for example, that you may associate different surround modes and analog or digital inputs with different sources, or set different speaker configurations with the resultant changes to the bass management system. Once these settings are made, they will automatically be recalled whenever you select an input. The default settings for the AVR 4000, as it is shipped from the factory, have all inputs set for an analog source, with stereo as the surround mode, the front left and right speakers set to large (with surround modes other speakers to small), and a subwoofer connected. Before using the unit, you will probably want to change these settings for most inputs so that they are properly configured to reflect the use of digital or analog inputs, the type of speakers installed and the surround mode specifics. Remember, since the AVR 4000s memory system keeps the settings for each input separate from the other inputs, you will need to make these adjustments for each input used. However, once they are made, further adjustment is only required when system components are changed. To make this process as quick and as easy as possible, we suggest that you use the full-OSD system with the on-screen menus, and step through each input. Once you have completed the settings for the first input, many settings may be duplicated for the remaining inputs. It is also a good idea to set the configuration data in the order these items are listed in the Main Audio Setup Menu, as some settings require a specific entry in a prior menu item. The items that follow will describe the individual settings required for each input. Remember that once the settings are made for one input, they must be made for all other input sources in your system.
4. Turn the AVR 4000 on either by pressing the System Power Control 2 or the Input Source Selector ! on the front panel, or via the remote by pressing the AVR Selector 5 or any of the Input Selectors 46 on the remote. The Power Indicator 3 will turn green to confirm that the unit is on, and the Main Information Display will also light up. Using the On-Screen Display When making the following adjustments, you may find them easier to make via the units onscreen display system. These easy-to-read displays give you a clear picture of the current status of the unit and facilitate speaker, delay, input or digital selection you are making. To view the on-screen displays, make certain you have made a connection from the Video Monitor Out jack C on the rear panel to the composite or S-Video input of your TV or projector. In order to view the AVRs displays, the correct video input must be selected on your video display. IMPORTANT NOTE: When viewing the displays on a projection TV it is important that they not be left on the screen for an extended period of time. As with any video display, but particularly with
24 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Using EzSet Harman Kardons exclusive EzSet remote makes it possible to quickly and accurately set the AVR 4000s output levels without the use of a sound pressure meter, although manual adjustment is also available. However, for the easiest set-up, follow these steps while seated in the listening position that will be used most often: 1. Make certain that all speaker positions have been properly configured for their large or small settings (as outlined above) and turn off the OSD system if it is in use. 2. Adjust the volume so that it is at - 1 5, as shown in the on-screen display or Main Information Display Y. 3. Select any input associated with the Dolby Pro Logic surround mode. Remember to make the same adjustment with all other surround modes youve associated with the inputs used. 4. First a non-automatic pre-test should be made: Turn on the internal test tone by pressing the Test tone button 8. You will hear a test noise circulate from speaker to speaker in a clockwise direction around the room. Listen to make certain that the sound comes from the speaker position shown in the Main Information Display Y. If the sound from a speaker location does NOT match the position indicated, turn the AVR 4000 off using the Main Power Switch 1 and check the speaker wiring to make certain that each speaker is connected to the correct output terminal. 5. Hold the remote in front of you at arms length, making sure not to cover the EzSet Sensor Microphone c at the top of the remote and aim it at the AVR 4000, not vertically (like youd do with a microphone). 6. Press and hold the SPL Indicator Select Z for three seconds. Release the button when the Program/SPL Indicator 2 stops flashing and you hear the test noise from the front left speaker. 7. At this point, the EzSet circuitry will take over, adjusting the output level of each channel so that when the process is complete all levels will be equal and at the set reference point. This process may take a few minutes, depending on the extent of adjustment required. 8. During the adjustment you will see the location of the channel position being adjusted appear in both the on-screen display (if connected) and the Main Information Display Y, alternating with a readout of the output setting, relative to the reference volume level. As the adjustment proceeds, a few things will happen simultaneously: The channel position being adjusted will flash in the Speaker/Channel Position Indicators Q. If the test noise is heard from a channel other than the one shown in the Indicator, there is an error in the speaker connections. If this is the case, press the Test Button 8 TWICE to stop the adjustment. Then, turn the unit off and verify that all speakers are connected to the proper Outputs DE. When the front left channel is being set at the beginning of the process, EzSet will adjust the main volume level, as shown by the indication of the FRONT L L E V alternating in the onscreen display (if connected) and the Main Information Display Y with the volume indication. During the adjustment, the test tone may seem to pulse, or click, as EzSet changes the level. This is a normal aspect of the systems operation. As the other channels are set, the channel name and the adjustment offset will appear in the on-screen display (if connected) and the Main Information Display Y. While the level is changing, the Program/SPL Indicator 2 will change colors to reflect the output level in relation to the reference. A red indication shows that the level is too high, while an amber indication shows that the level is too low. When the Indicator is green, the level is correct, and the test noise will move to the next channel. While adjustments are being made, the red LED under the AVR Selector 5 will flash. This is normal, and indicates that EzSet is operating. 9. After the test noise has circulated once through each channel, it will send the tone to the front left channel once again, to finally adjust its output level. 10. Upon completion of the front left channel adjustment, the Program/SPL Indicator will flash green three times and then go out. The tone will stop and the AVR 4000 will return to normal operation. Manual Output Level Adjustment Output levels may also be adjusted manually, either to set them to a specific level with an SPL meter, or to make fine tuning adjustments to the levels obtained using the EzSet remote. Manual output level adjustment is most easily done through the OUTPUT ADJUST menu (Figure 7). If you are already at the main menu, press the buttons D until the onscreen cursor is next to the OUTPUT ADJUST line. If you are not at the main menu, press the OSD button L to bring up the MASTER MENU (Figure 1), and then press the buttons D three times so that the on-screen cursor is next to the Output adjust line. Press the Set button F to bring the OUTPUT ADJUST menu (Figure 7) to the screen.
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 4000 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 M P (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 4000.
Surround Mode Chart
MODE DOLBY DIGITAL FEATURES Available only with digital input sources encoded with Dolby Digital data. It provides up to five separate main audio channels and a special dedicated Low Frequency Effects channel. DELAY TIME RANGE Center: 0 ms 5 ms Initial Setting 0 ms Surround: 0 ms 15 ms Initial Setting 0 ms Delay time not adjustable
Available only with digital input sources encoded with DTS data. Available on special DVD, LD and audio-only discs, DTS provides up to five separate main audio channels and a special dedicated low frequency channel. The standard mode for analog surround sound decoding. It uses information encoded in a two channel stereo recording to produce four distinct outputs: Left, Center, Right and a Mono Surround channel. Use this mode for accurate reproduction of programs bearing the Dolby Surround, DTS Stereo, UltraStereo or other Surround logos. Surround-encoded programs include videocassette, DVD and LD movies, TV and cable programs, radio programs and audio CDs. Dolby Pro Logic processing may also be used to provide a pleasing surround effect with some stereophonic source material that does not carry surround encoding. An advanced mode that extracts the maximum surround information from either conventional stereo material or surround-encoded programs. When used with encoded material, decoding is more accurate in terms of the placement of sounds, and fades and pans are much smoother and more realistic than with other decoding techniques. Logic 7 also delivers increased spaciousness and a wider sound stage when it is used with conventional natural stereo recordings and music programs throug the use of the natural surround information present also in those stereo recordings. The Logic 7C or Cinema mode is tailored to provide an optimal sound field for movie soundtracks. The Logic 7M or Music mode uses a decoding formula that is best suited to music. Uses the information contained in a surround encoded or two channel stereo program to create center channel information. In addition, the information that is normally sent to the rear channel surround speakers is carefully mixed in with the front left and front right channels for increased realism. Use this mode when you have a center channel speaker but no surround speakers. This surround processing uses matrix surround decoding to simulate a standard movie or stage theater with stereo and even pure mono sources. The two Hall modes offer matrix surround decoding choices that simulate a medium-sized chamber hall or opera house with stereo and even pure mono sources. When only the two front channel loudspeakers are used, Harmans patented VMAx mode delivers a three-dimensional sound space with the illusion of phantom speakers at the center and surround positions. The VMAx N, or Near Field mode should be selected when your listening position is less than 1,5m from the speakers. The VMAx F, or Far Field mode should be selected when your listening positioin is greater than 1,5m from the speakers.
Digital Audio Playback
Digital audio is a major advancement over past systems such as Dolby Pro Logic. It delivers five discrete channels: left front, center, right front, left surround and right surround. Each channel reproduces full frequency range (20Hz to 20kHz) and offers dramatically improved dynamic range and significant improvements to signal-to-noise ratios. In addition, digital systems have the capability to deliver an additional channel that is specifically devoted to low frequency information. This is the.1 channel referred to when you see these systems descibed as 5.1. The bass channel is separate from the other channels, but since it is intentionally bandwidth limited, sound designers have given it that unique designation. Dolby Digital Dolby Digital (originally known as AC-3) is a standard part of DVD, and is available on specially encoded LD discs and satellite broadcasts and it is a part of the new high-definition television (HDTV) system. Note that an optional, external RF demodulator is required to use the AVR 4000 to listen to the Dolby Digital sound tracks available on laser discs. Connect the RF output of the LD player to the demodulator and then connect the digital output of the demodulator to the Optical or Coaxial inputs R S #% of the AVR 4000. No demodulator is required for use with DVD players or DTS-encoded laser discs.
or a PCM audio track from DVD, use the Logic 7 C or Cinema mode. For stereo or surround encoded pure music recordings use the Logic 7 M or Music mode for a wider front sound stage (see Surround Mode Chart page 28). MP3 Audio Playback The AVR 4000 is one of the first A/V receivers to provide on-board decoding for the MP3 audio format used on specific computer audio files and by portable MP3 players/recorders. In addition, some new CD and DVD players are capable of playing back optical discs that are recorded with MP3, rather than standard CD audio information. By offering MP3 decoding, the AVR 4000 is able to deliver more precise conversion of the digital signals to an analog output, along with the benefits of listening to the MP3 audio through the AVR 4000s high current amplifier and the speakers from your surround system, rather than the smaller speakers and low powered amplifiers typically used with computers. To take advantage of the AVR 4000s MP3 capabilities, simply connect the PCM output of a computer sound card able to feed the MP3 format to its digital output, or the PCM output of MP3 compatible CD or DVD players or of a portable MP3 player with a digital output, to either the rear panel Digital Inputs R S or the front panel Digital Inputs #%. When the digital MP3 signal is selected, the MP3 Bitstream Indicator A will light, and the audio will begin playing. NOTES: The AVR 4000 is only capable of playing signals in the MP3 (MPEG 1/Layer 3) format. It is not compatible with other computer audio codecs. The MP 3 DSP mode found in the new AVR 4000 requires an MP3 SPDIF stream. Presently, only a few units provide this but in the coming generations of motherboards and operating system updates this will follow, since SPDIF is the standard for audio & video hardware. The digital audio input signal may be either optical or coaxial, but the signal must be in the PCM format. Direct connection of USB or serial data outputs is not possible, even though the signals are in the MP3 format. If you have any questions about the data output format from your computer or a sound card, check with the devices Owners Manual or contact the manufacturers technical support area. Selecting a Digital Source To utilize either digital mode you must have properly connected a digital source to the AVR 4000. Connect the digital outputs from DVD players, HDTV receivers, satellite systems or CD players to the Optical or Coaxial inputs on the rear or front panel R S #%. In order to provide a backup signal and a source for analog stereo recording, the analog outputs provided on digital source equipment should also be connected to their appropriate inputs on the AVR 4000 rear panel (e.g., connect the analog stereo audio output from a DVD to the DVD inputs 5 on the rear panel when you connect the sources digital outputs). When playing a digital source such as DVD, first select its input using the remote or front panel controls as outlined in this manual in order to feed its video signal (if any) to the TV monitor and to provide its analog audio signal for recording. When the digital input appropriate with the DVD player is not selected automatically (due to the input settings made earlier during the system configuration, see page 21), select the digital source by pressing the Digital Input Selector button G and then using the / buttons D on the remote or the Selector buttons 5 on the front panel to choose any of the OPTICAL or COAXIAL inputs, as they appear in the Main Information Display Y, Display Indicator BE or on-screen display. When the digital source is playing, the AVR 4000 will automatically detect whether it is a multichannel Dolby Digital, DTS source, MP3 or a conventional PCM signal, which is the standard output from CD players. A Bitstream Indicator A will light in the Main Information Display to confirm that the digital signal is Dolby Digital, DTS, MP3 or PCM. Note that a digital input (e.g. coaxial) remains associated with any analog input (e.g. DVD) as soon as it is selected, thus the digital input need not be re-selected each time the appropriate input choice (e.g. DVD) is made. Digital Status Indicators When a digital source is playing, the AVR 4000 senses the type of bitstream data that is present. Using this information, the correct surround mode will automatically be selected. For example, DTS bitstreams will cause the unit to switch to DTS decoding, and Dolby Digital bitstreams will enable Dolby Digital decoding. When the unit senses PCM data, from CDs and LDs and some music DVDs or certain tracks on normal DVDs, it will allow the appropriate surround mode to be selected manually. Since the range of available surround modes depends on the type of digital data that is present, the AVR 4000 uses a variety of indicators to let you know what type of signal is present. This will help you to understand the choice of modes and the input channels recorded on the disc. When a digital source is playing, a Bitstream Indicator A will light to show which type of signal is playing: DOLBY D: When the DOLBY D indicator lights, a Dolby Digital bitstream is being received. Depending on the audio track selected on the source player and number of channels on the disc, different surround modes are possible. Note that only one channel without subwoofer, called 1.0 audio, or all five channels with subwoofer (5.1 audio) or all steps between can be recorded on digitally surround encoded audio tracks (see NOTE below). With all those tracks, except 2.0 audio, only the Dolby Digital and VMAx modes are available. When the Dolby Digital signal is only two channel (2.0) these two channels (l and r) often contain Pro Logic surround informations. With those tracks the AVR4000 automatically switches to the Pro Logic mode, but you may also select the Vmax mode. D T S: When the DTS indicator lights, a DTS bitstream is being received. When the unit senses this type of data, only the DTS mode may be used. P C M: When the PCM indicator lights, a standard Pulse Code Modulation, or PCM, signal is being received. This is the type of digital audio used by conventional compact disc and laser disc recordings. When a PCM bitstream is present, all modes except Dolby Digital and DTS are available. Note that the PCM signal format can be selected on the DVD player with any audio track, even with Dolby Digital tracks (but not with Dolby Digital decoding). So, if selected, even 2.0 D.D. audio tracks can be played with all surround modes, also with the most effective Logic 7. M P 3: When the MP3 indicator lights, a compatible MPEG 1/Layer 3 digital signal is being received. This is the popular audio format used by many computer programs for recording compressed audio files. When an MP3 bitstream is present, the sound will automatically be played in the stereo (surround off) mode. The surround modes are not available during MP3 playback. In addition to the Bitstream Indicators, the AVR 4000 features a set of unique channel input indicators that tell you how many channels of digital information are being received and if the digital signal is interrupted. These indicators are the L/C/R/LS/RS/LFE letters that are inside the center boxes of the Speaker/Channel Input Indicators Q in the front panel Main Information Display. When a standard analog stereo or matrix surround signal is in use, only the L and R indicators will light, as analog signals have only left and right channels, respectively, even surround recordings, carry surround information on the left and right channels only. Digital signals, however, may have one to six separate channels, depending on the program material, the method of transmission and the way in which it was encoded. When a digital signal is playing, the letters in these indicators will light in response to the specific signal being received. It
In normal operation, the audio or video source selected for listening through the AVR 4000 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 M P in the record mode. When a digital audio recorder is connected to any of the Digital Audio Outputs T, 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. In addition to the rear panel digital outputs, the AVR 4000 offers Harman Kardons exclusive configurable front panel digital output feature. For easy connection of portable digital audio recorders, you may switch the front panel Coaxial Digital Jack % from an input to an output by following these steps: 1. Press the OSD button L to view the main MASTER MENU (Figure 1). 2. Press the Set button F to enter the IN/OUT SETUP menu (Figure 2). 3. Press the button D twice so that the onscreen cursor is next to COAXIAL 3. 4. Press either of the / buttons E/U so that the word O U T is highlighted. 5. Press the OSD button L to exit the menus and return to normal operation. Note that once the setting is made, the Digital Coax 3 Status Indicator $ will turn red, indicating that the Coaxial 3 Jack % is now an output, instead of its default setting as an input. Once the jack is changed to an output, the setting will remain as long as the AVR 4000 is turned on, unless the setting is changed in the OSD menu system, as described above. Note, however, that once the AVR 4000 is turned off, the setting is cancelled. When the unit is turned on again, the Coaxial 3 Jack % will return to its normal default setting as an input. If you wish to use the jack as an output, the setting must be changed again using the OSD menu system. 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 4000 only. But the analog two channel signal of that source can be recorded (see item 5, Important Notes on Digital Playback above). 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 M A STER MENU (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).
NOTE: When the tuner is selected as the source for the remote zone, any change to the frequency or preset will also change the station being listened to in the main room, if the tuner is in use there. Similarly, if someone in the main room changes the station, the change will also impact the remote room. To activate the feed to the remote room, press the Multiroom button W on the remote. Next, press the Set button F. Press the / buttons D to turn the multiroom feed on or off. When the multiroom system is on, the Multi indicator P will light in the Main Information Display , and the Main Information Display Y or OSD will display MULTI O N. Press the Set button twice F to enter the setting. When the multiroom system is turned on, the input selected using the Multiroom Menu will be fed to the Multiroom Output jacks 9 on the rear panel. The volume will be as set in the same menu, although it may also be adjusted using an optional IR sensor and the Zone II remote in the remote location or on the optional audio power amplifier connected to the Multiroom Output jacks 9. Once the multiroom system is turned on, it will remain on even if the AVR 4000 is placed in the Standby mode in the main room by pressing the Power Off Button 3 or the System Power Control 2 on the front panel. To turn off the multiroom system from the main listening room, even when the AVR is in Standby mode, press the Multiroom button W and then the Set button F. Press the / buttons D so that the Multi indicator P in the Main Information Display goes out, and the Main Information Display Y or OSD will display M U LTI O F F. Even when the AVR is turned off (to Standby mode) and the Multiroom system is turned off too, the multiroom system may be turned on at any time from any room by pressing any of the Selector buttons 456 on the remote in the remote room.
MULTI-ROOM:OFF ON MULTI IN :FM PRESET MULTI VOL : 25dB RETURN TO MENU
Figure 10 When the MULTI-ROOM SETUP menu appears, the on-screen cursor will be at the MULTI-ROOM line. Since this line is used to turn the system on and off, do not make an adjustment here unless you wish to turn the system on at this time. To turn the system on, press the button EU so that O N is highlighted. If you do not wish to turn the system on at this time or to proceed to the next step, press the Button D once so that the on-screen cursor is next to the MULTI I N line.
Programming the Remote with Codes
As shipped from the factory, the remote is fully programmed for all AVR 4000 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 4000 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 4000 remote has a remotable Power on/off function, follow these steps: a. Point the AVR 4000s 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.
When the code has been entered using the Auto Search method, it is always a good idea to find out the exact code so that it may be easily reentered if necessary. You may also read the codes to verify which device has been programmed to a specific Control Selector button.
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1. Press and hold both the Input Selector 4 for the device you wish to find the code for and the Mute button b at the same time. Note that the Program/SPL Indicator 2 will initally turn amber and begin flashing. Release the buttons and begin the next step within 20 seconds. 2. Press the Set button F. The Program/SPL Indicator 2 will then blink green in a sequence that corresponds to the three-digit code, with a one-second pause between each digit. Count the number of blinks between each pause to determine the digit of the code. One blink is the number 1, two blinks is the number 2, and so forth. Note that a rapid sequence of three blinks is used to indicate a 0. Example: One blink, followed by a one-second pause, followed by six blinks, followed by a onesecond pause, followed by four blinks indicates that the code has been set to 164. For future reference enter the Setup Codes for the equipment in your system here: DVD ____________ CD ________________ VID1/VCR ________ VID2/TV __________ VID3/CBL/SAT ______________________ TAPE ______________________________
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 PunchThrough 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 re-entered: 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.
Reassigning Device-Control Selectors
Although any of the Input Selectors 4 is normally assigned to the category of product shown on the remote, it is possible to reassign one of these buttons to operate a second device of another type. For example, if you have two VCRs but no cable box receiver, you may program the CBL/SAT 4 button to operate a second VCR. Before following the normal programming steps for either Three-Digit entry or Auto Search code entry, you must first reassign the button with the following steps: 1. Press the Input Selector 4 you wish to reassign 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 Input or Video Device Selector 4 for the device, whose function you wish to program into the reassigned button. 3. Enter the three-digit code for the specific model you wish the reassigned button to operate. 4. Press the same Input Selector 4 pressed in Step 1 once again to store the selection. The red LED under the re-assigned Input Selector will flash three times and then go out. Example: To use the CBL/SAT button to operate a second VCR, first press the CBL/SAT Input Selector 4 and the Mute button b at the same time until the red light glows under the
Transport Control Punch-Through
The AVR 4000s 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 4000 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.
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Merknaam AIWA AKAI ALBA AMSTRAD ARC EN CIEL ARCAM ASTRA ATLANTIC AUDIOSONIC BANG & OLUFSEN BARCO BEKO BLAUPUNKT BRANDT ELECTRONIQUE BRION VEGA BRIONVEGA BRITANNIA BRUNS BSR BUSH BUSH(UK) CGE CLATONIC CONDOR CROWN CTC CLATRONIC DAEWOO DECCA(UK) DUAL DUAL-TEC DUMONT DUMONT-FINLUX DYNATRON ELBE ELTA EMERSON EUROPHON EXPERT FERGUSON FIDELITY(UK) FINLANDIA FINLUX FISHER FUJITSU FUNAI GEC GEC(UK) GOLDSTAR GOODMANS GORENJE GRAETZ GRANADA GRANADA(UK) GRUNDIG Codenummers (3 cijfers) 090
Codetabel: TV (vervolg)
Merknaam HANSEATIC HIFIVOX HITACHI IMPERIAL INTERVISION INTERFUNK ITT ITT-NOKIA JVC KARCHER KATHREIN KENDO KORTING LOEWE LOEWE OPTA LUXOR MAGNADYNE MARANTZ MARELLI METZ MINERVA MITSUBISHI MULTITECH MURPHY(UK) NAD NATIONAL NEC NECKERMANN NOKIA NORDMENDE OCEANIC OCEANIC(F) OPTONICA ORION OSAKI OTTO VERSAND PANASONIC PATHE' CINEMA PATHE' CINEMA(F) PATHE' MARCONI PHILCO PHILIPS PHOENIX PIONEER PROLINE PROTECH QUELLE RADIOLA RADIOMARELLI RANK Codenummers (3 cijfers) 299 316
Merknaam RBM (UK) REDIFFUSION REDIFFUSION (UK) REDIFUSION REX RFT ROADSTAR ROTEL RTF SABA SALORA SAMPO SAMSUNG SANYO SBR SCHAUB LORENZ SCHNEIDER SCOTT SEG SELECO SHARP SIEMENS SILVER SINGER SONY SOUND WAVE STANDARD STERN TANDBERG TANDY TEC TELEFUNKEN TELETECH TELETON TENSAI THOMSON THORN THORN-FERGUSON TOSHIBA TRISTAR TRIUMPH UHER ULTRAVOX UNIVERSUM VESTEL VOXSON WALTHAM WATSON WATT RADIO WEGA WEGA COLOR WELTBLICK Codenummers (3 cijfers) 063
Merknaam WESTINGHOUSE WESTON YOKO ZANUSSI Codenummers (3 cijfers) 079
Merknaam AIWA AKAI AKURA ALBA AMSTRAD ANITECH ARC EN CIEL ARISTONA ASTRA ASTRO SOUND ATLANTIC AUDIOSONIC BANG & OLUFSEN BAUR BLAUPUNKT BRANDT ELECTRONIQUE BRAUN BRION VEGA BUSH BUSH(UK) CANON CONDOR CROWN CROWN/ONWA DAEWOO DECCA DECCA(UK) DEGRAAF DUAL DUMONT DYNATECH ELBE ELTA EMERSON FERGUSON FINLADIA FINLUX Codenummers (3 cijfers) 144
Codetabel: VCR (vervolg)
Merknaam FISHER FUJITSU FUNAI GRANADA(UK) GBC(UK) GEC GOLDSTAR GOODMANS GRAETZ GRAETZ(ITT) GRANADA GRANADA(UK) GRUNDIG HANSEATIC HARMAN/KARDON HIFIVOX HITACHI IMPERIAL INTERFUNK INTERVISION ITT ITT/NOKIA ITT-NOKIA JENSEN JVC KARCHER KENDO KENWOOD KOENIG KOERTING KUBA LLOYD LOEWE LOEWE OPTA LUXOR MAGNADYNE MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MEMOREX METZ MINERVA MITSUBISHI MULTITECH NATIONAL NEC NECKERMANN NESCO NOKIA NORDMENDE OCEANIC(ITT) OPTONICA ORION OSAKI OTTO VERSAND PALLADIUM Codenummers (3 cijfers) 160 160
Merknaam PANASONIC PATHE' MARCONI PHILIPS PIONEER PROLINE QUELLE RADIOLA RCA REALISTIC REDIFFUSION REX ROADSTAR SABA SALORA SAMSUNG SANSUI SANYO SBR SCHAUB LORENZ SCHNEIDER SEG SELECO SHARP SIEMENS SINGER SONY SUNSTAR SUPERTEC SYLVANIA TANDBERG TEAC TEC TECHNICS TELEFUNKEN TELERENT TENSAI THOMSON THORN THORN-FERGUSON TOSHIBA TRANSONIC UHER ULTRAVOX UNITECH UNIVERSUM W.WESTINGHOUSE WATSON WELTBLICK WHITE WESTINGHOUSE YAMAHA YOKO ZANUSSI ZENDER Codenummers (3 cijfers) 146 155
Merknaam AIWA AKAI ARCAM AUDIOMECA BSR CALIFORNIA AUDIO CAPETRONIC CROWN DENON FISHER FUNAI GOLDSTAR (LG) GRUNDIG HAITAI HARMAN KARDON HITACHI JVC KENWOOD KYOCERA LINN LUXMAN MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MBL MCINTOSH MERIDIAN MISSION MITSUBISHI MITSUMI NAD NAIM NAKAMICHI NEC ONKYO PANASONIC PHILIPS PIONEER PRIMARE PROTON REALISTIC REVOX ROTEL SAE SAMSUNG SANSUI SANYO SHARP SHERWOOD SIGNATURE SONY T&A TEAC TECHNICS THETA DIGITAL THOMSON Codenummers (3 cijfers) 056 229
Codetabel: CD (vervolg)
Merknaam THORENS TOSHIBA UNIVERSUM (QUELLE) YAMAHA Codenummers (3 cijfers) 061 135
Merknaam BT CABLE CABLETIME CLYDE CABLE VISION DECSAT CANAL FILMNET FRANCE TELECOM GEC JERROLD MOVIE TIME NSC PHILIPS PIONEER SALORA SAMSUNG SATBOX SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA STS TELESERVICE TUDI UNITED CABLE VISIOPASS WESTMINSTER CABLE ZENITH Codenummers (3 cijfers) 014
Merknaam AIWA AKAI ALBA AMSTRAD ANKARO ASTRA ASTRO BLAUPUNKT BRUNS BUSH BUSH(UK) CAMBRIDGE CAMBRIDGE ARD200 ECHOSTAR ELTASAT FERGUSON FINLUX FTE FUBA G SAT GALAXIS GOLDSTAR GOODMANS GRAETZ GRANADA GRUNDIG HIRSCHMANN HITACHI HUTH IMPERIAL ITT ITT-NOKIA KATHREIN KOSMOS LEMON LENCO LOEWE LORENZEN LUXOR MARANTZ MASPRO METZ MINERVA MITSUBISHI MULTISTAR NEC NOKIA NORSAT OTTO VERSAND PACE PACE MSS SERIES PANASONIC PHILIPS PTT TELECOM QUADRAL QUELLE Codenummers (3 cijfers) 173 090
Codetabel: SAT (vervolg)
Merknaam RADIOLA RADIX SAKURA SALORA SAMSUNG SAT SCHAUB LORENZ SCHNEIDER SIEMENS SKY MASTER SKYLAB TANDBERG TANDY TECHNISAT TELECOM TELEFUNKEN THORN-FERGUSON VORTEC WISI ZEHNDER ZENITH Codenummers (3 cijfers) 044
Merknaam CALIFORNIA AUDIO DENON GE GOLDSTAR (LG) HARMAN KARDON JVC KENWOOD MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MITSUBISHI NAD ONKYO PANASONIC PHILIPS PIONEER RUNCO SAMSUNG SANYO SHARP SONY TECHNICS THOMSON TOSHIBA YAMAHA Codenummers (3 cijfers) 017 030
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