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WARNING! The unit must not be exposed to dripping or splashing liquids, and liquidfilled objects such as vases or cups should not be placed on the unit. CAUTION Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by NAD Electronics for compliance could void the users authority to operate this equipment. CAUTION These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so. ATTENTION Disconnect this apparatus from the AC mains completely by unplugging the power cord plug from the AC receptacle. CAUTION REGARDING PLACEMENT To maintain proper ventilation, be sure to leave a space around the unit (from the largest outer dimensions including projections) that is equal to or greater than shown below. Left and Right Panels: 10 cm Rear Panel: 10 cm Top Panel: 50 cm
NOTES ON ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION At the end of its useful life, this product must not be disposed of with regular household waste but must be returned to a collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. The symbol on the product, users manual and packaging, point this out. The materials can be reused in accordance with their markings. Through re-use, recycling of raw materials or other forms of recycling of old products, you are making an important contribution to the protection of our environment. Your local administrative office can advise you of the responsible waste disposal point. INFORMATION ABOUT COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL OF WASTE BATTERIES (DIRECTIVE 2006/66/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL OF EUROPEAN UNION) (for European customers only) Batteries bearing any of these symbols indicate that they should be treated as separate collection and not as municipal waste. It is encouraged that necessary measures are implemented to maximize the separate collection of waste batteries and to minimize the disposal of batteries as mixed municipal waste. End-users are exhorted not to dispose waste batteries as unsorted municipal waste. In order to achieve a high level of recycling waste batteries, discard waste batteries separately and properly through an accessible collection point in your vicinity. For more information about collection and recycling of waste batteries, please contact your local municipality, your waste disposal service or the point of sale where you purchased the items. By ensuring compliance and conformance to proper disposal of waste batteries, potential hazardous effects on human health is prevented and the negative impact of batteries and waste batteries on the environment is minimized, thus contributing to the protection, preservation and quality improvement of the environment. NOTE: The T737 is not an auto voltage UNIT. Connect only to the prescribed AC outlet, i.e., 120V 60Hz or 230V 50Hz. RECORD YOUR MODEL NUMBER (NOW, WHILE YOU CAN SEE IT) The model and serial number of your new T737 are located on the back of the cabinet. For your future convenience, we suggest that you record these numbers here: Model no:. Serial no.:.
6 COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT 1-3, COMPONENT VIDEO MONITOR OUT: Connect the Component Video IN 1-3 inputs to Component Video outputs from compatible source components, typically a DVD player and terrestrial or satellite HDTV tuner. Connect Component Video OUT to the Component Video input of a compatible video monitor/TV. Be sure to observe consistency in connecting the Y/Pb/Pr jacks to the corresponding sources/inputs. The routing of the component video inputs is fully configurable via the Source Setup item of the Setup Menu OSD. The T737s component video inputs and outputs are fully wideband and compatible with allowable HDTV formats. The T737 is optimized for Component Video Output. Composite video and S-video sources may be viewed in their native format or via Component Video Monitor OUT. VIDEO OUTPUT VIDEO INPUT Component Video Monitor OUT Yes (480i/576i only) Yes (480i/576i only) Yes S-Video Monitor OUT Yes Yes Yes (480i/576i only) Video (Composite) Monitor OUT Yes Yes Yes (480i/576i only) 10 XM MODULE INPUT (120V version only): Connect XM radio cable to this socket. Follow the instructions that came with your XM radio. With XM radio, there are more than 100 channels of music, news, sports, comedy, talk and entertainment. You will find that the coverage is continent wide. The music quality is digital with many commercial-free music channels. Note The external XM radio is not supplied with your T737. 11 UPLOAD MCU, RESET: The MCU, HDMI and RESET tact switches are used for software program updates (if any) in combination with the RS232. Your custom installer or dealer can assist you in the proper upgrade and setup of your T737. 12 IR IN/IR OUT 1, 2: These mini-jacks accept and output remotecontrolled codes in electrical format, using industry-standard protocols, for use with IR-repeater and multi-room systems and related technologies. IR IN: This input is connected to the output of an IR (infrared) repeater (Xantech or similar) or the IR output of another component to allow control of the T737 from a remote location. IR OUT 1, IR OUT 2: Both IR OUT 1 and IR OUT 2 have dual-features they can act as an infrared command repeater or as stand alone IR OUT. Connect the T737s IR IN to the IR OUT of ancillary equipment. Connect also the T737s IR OUT 1 (or IR OUT 2) to another equipment with IR IN feature. With this setup, the T737 acts as an IR-repeater allowing the equipment connected to the T737 s IR IN control or command of the other equipment linked to the T737s IR OUT 1 (or IR OUT 2). As a stand alone IR OUT, connect IR OUT 1 (or IR OUT 2) to the IR IN of an ancillary equipment. Direct the ancillary equipments own remote control to the T737s infrared receiver to command or control the linked unit. 13 +12V TRIGGER OUT: The +12V TRIGGER OUT is used for controlling external equipment that is equipped with a +12V trigger input. Connect this +12V TRIGGER OUT to the other equipments corresponding +12V DC input jack using a mono cable with 3.5mm male plug. The availability of 12V at this trigger output depends upon the setting of Trigger Out in the TRIGGER SETUP OSD menu. See discussion about TRIGGER SETUP at the SETUP MENU literature for guidelines on how to configure Trigger Out. 14 MP DOCK: The T737 is equipped with a data port in the rear panel where an optional NAD IPD (NAD Dock for iPod) 1, NAD IPD 2 and later variants can be plugged in. Connect the MP DOCK (DATA PORT) jack of the T737 to the corresponding DATA PORT socket of the optional NAD IPD model. Note The external NAD IPD (NAD Dock for iPod) model is not supplied with your T737.
10 VOL [ ] : Press [ ] button to increase or decrease the loudness level. Release the button when the desired level is reached. The VFD on the front panel will indicate the level set. For NAD Receivers, the VFD will also show Volume Up, Volume Down or Volume: _ _ dB (_ _ indicates the numerical dB level) while pressing AVR3s. 11 [ ] : Select an item in a menu.
12 SLEEP: Switch off the NAD Receiver or Tuner after a preset number of minutes. SLEEP MODE The Sleep Mode timer will switch the T737 to Standby mode automatically after a preset number of minutes. Pressing the AVR3s [SLEEP] button once will display the setting of the sleep time increment. Pressing the AVR3s [SLEEP] button a second time within a 3-second period will change the sleep time increment in 15-minute intervals, after which time the T737 will automatically switch into Standby mode. To adjust the sleep delay, press the AVR3s [SLEEP] button twice; first to display the sleep time increment, and a second time to change the sleep time increment. The sleep time increment will continuously be displayed on the T737s front panel Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD). Each consecutive press increases the sleep time in 15-minute increments from 15 to 90 minutes. To cancel the sleep mode, continue pressing the AVR3s [SLEEP] button until Sleep Off is displayed on the VFD. Switching the T737 to standby from either the AVR3s OFF or the T737s Power button will also cancel the sleep mode. DVD/BD/CD PLAYER CONTROL (for use with NAD CD Player, Blu-ray Disc Player or DVD Player): Set the DEVICE SELECTOR to DVD in order to gain access to these buttons. Some of the control buttons below are applicable only to specific NAD CD Player, Blu-ray Disc Player or DVD Player models; check the owners manual of your NAD model for control button compatibility. You can also load the applicable NAD code library to this device so that it can be made compatible with your other NAD equipment. Refer to the section below about LIBRARY on how to load a NAD code library. HOME: Display or exit HOME menu. TITLE/POP-UP: Display DVD title menu or BD-ROM pop menu, if available. MENU: Access menu on a DVD disc, if available. SCAN [ ]: Fast reverse/forward search. [ ] : Open or close disc tray. [ ] : Stop playback. [ ] : Pause playback temporarily. [ ] : Go the next track, file or chapter. [ ] : Go to the beginning of current/previous track, file or chapter. [ ]: Start playback. ENTER: Select desired track, folder or WMA/MP3 file. DISP: Show playback time and other display information. RAND: Play tracks/files in random order. RPT: Repeat track, file or whole disc. PROG: Enter or exit program mode. CLEAR: Delete programmed track/file. RES: Set output resolution of HDMI and Component Video output. SETUP: Access or remove setup menu. A,B,C,D: Navigate or select BD-ROM menu, if applicable; Page up/down PHOTO and MUSIC menu list.
TUNER CONTROL (for use with NAD Receiver, AM/FM/DAB Tuner): Set the DEVICE SELECTOR to TUN in order to gain access to these buttons. Refer to the corresponding labels printed in the remote control faceplate and their respective assigned buttons to make use of these functions. Some of the control buttons below are applicable only to specific NAD Receiver or Tuner models; check the owners manual of your NAD Receiver or Tuner for control button compatibility. You can also load the applicable NAD code library to this device so that it can be made compatible with your other NAD equipment. Refer to the section below about LIBRARY on how to load a NAD code library. TUNE [ ] or [ ]: Step up or down between AM or FM frequencies. PRESET [ ] or [ ]: Step up or down between stored radio presets. AM/FM/DB: Select DAB, XM, FM or AM band (if applicable). TUNER MODE: In FM mode, toggle between FM Mute On and FM Mute Off. In DAB mode, pressing this button will bring up DAB menu options. BLEND: Engage or disengage BLEND feature. MEMORY: Save current station into preset memory. DELETE: Press and hold for about 2 seconds and the selected preset memory is erased. [ ]: In DAB mode, in combination with TUNER MODE or other compatible buttons, toggle to select through DAB feature options like Dynamic Range Control, Station Order and other appropriate DAB options. ENTER: In AM/FM mode, toggle to select Preset or Tune mode. In DAB mode, press and hold to check signal strength. INFO: Repeatedly pressing this button will show information as supplied by the current radio station. The applicable display contents include related DAB display information and RDS broadcast data. NOTE For iPod player-specific control buttons, please refer to CONTROL FEATURES under OPERATION LISTENING TO YOUR iPod PLAYER.
The AVR3 can store a different library of default NAD codes for each of its DEVICE SELECTOR pages. If the original default library does not control your NAD CD player, DVD player, or other component, follow the procedure below to change the library code. Refer as well to the table below for a list applicable NAD Library Codes with their corresponding NAD models. Load another library code Example: Load NAD DVD Player T 517 library codes to AVR3s DVD device. 1 Press and hold [DVD] in the DEVICE SELECTOR section of AVR3. 2 While holding down the device button (DVD), press 2 and 2 using AVR3s numeric buttons. 22 is the corresponding library code for T 517. 3 Press [ENTER] while still holding down the device button (DVD). The DVD device selector will flash once to indicate that the library input is successful. Both the device selector button (DVD) and [ENTER] can now be released. Reset the AVR3 to its default settings The AVR3 can be restored to its factory settings, including default libraries, by the following procedures 1 Press and hold [ON] and [DELETE] buttons for about 10 seconds until the AMP device button lights up. 2 Within two seconds of the AMP device button lighting up, release both buttons.If the reset mode is successful, the [DVD] device button will flash twice. TABLE OF LIBRARY CODES APPLICABLE TO AVR3 REMOTE CONTROL LIBRARY CODE 42 NAD PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Zone 2 Default library for DVD page; C 515BEE, C 545BEE, C 565BEE T 535, T 585, M55, DVD section of L 54, VISO TWO, VISO FIVE T 513, T 514, T 515, T 517 T 587 IPD 2 Default library for TUN page (for T737 built-in tuner); Tuner section of C 725BEE, T 175, T 747, T 755, T 765, T 775, T 785 C 422, C 425 C 445
USING THE T737 MAIN MENU
ABOUT THE ON-SCREEN DISPLAY (OSD)
The T737 receiver employs a simple, self-explanatory system of on-screen display menus that will appear on the connected video monitor/TV. These are required during the setup process (and are useful in day-to-day operation), so be sure to connect the monitor/TV before proceeding with setup. DISPLAY THE OSD Press [ ] button of the AVR3 remote control or front panel to display the T737s MAIN MENU on your video monitor/TV. If the OSD does not appear, check your MONITOR OUT connections. IMPORTANT NOTICE There is no OSD at HDMI Monitor OUT. HDMI IN and HDMI Monitor OUT are direct pass-through signal without OSD. The T737 OSD is available only at Video, S-Video and Component Video monitor output. NAVIGATING THE OSD AND MAKING CHANGES To navigate through the OSD menu options, please do the following using the AVR3 or corresponding front panel buttons: 1 Press [ ] to select a menu item. Use [ ] keys to move up or down the Menu selections. Repeatedly press [ ] to advance or go further into the sub-menu of a desired menu item. 2 Use [ ] keys to set or change the parameter value (setting) of a menu item. 3 Press [ ] to save the settings or changes done on the current menu or submenu. 4 Press [ ] to exit from a particular menu, return to the previous menu, or completely exit from the Main menu OSD.
ANALOG BYPASS All analog signals remain in the analog domain without analog-to-digital conversions. At Analog Bypass, the DSP circuitry is bypassed but full tone control functions remain. Bass management or Speaker Settings are also not in effect as these are DSP functions. STEREO All output is directed to the front left/right channels. Low frequencies are directed to the subwoofer if one is present in the Speaker settings. Select Stereo when you wish to listen to a stereo (or monaural) production, such as music CD or FM broadcast, without surround enhancement. Stereo recordings whether in PCM/digital or analog form and whether surroundencoded or not encoded, are reproduced as recorded. DOLBY VIRTUAL SPEAKER (DVS) Dolby Virtual Speaker technology creates a highly compelling 5.1-channel listening experience from as few as two speakers, making it an ideal entertainment solution for locations where space for multiple-speaker setups is limited. Dolby Virtual Speaker models the sound of a playback system into two different listening environments, based on acoustic measurements of real rooms: DVS Ref is a small, well-damped room appropriate for both movies and music-only recordings. DVS Wide is a larger room, more like a concert hall or movie theatre. PRO LOGIC IIx Dolby Pro Logic IIx processes both stereo and 5.1 signals into a 6.1 or 7.1 channel output. At Dolby Pro Logic IIx, you can choose PLIIx Movie or PLIIx Music modes to tailor your listening experience to the source material. Dolby Pro Logic IIx surround processing yields more stable imaging and full bandwidth sound to the rear channels in Movie mode offering sound that is more similar to Dolby Digital decoding. For two channel signals, PLIIx Music mode also features three additional user controls - Dimension, Center Width, and Panorama. See also section about ADJUSTING LISTENING MODES below. The following chart shows the channels available assuming they are enabled in the SPEAKER CONFIGURATION menu. Listening Mode Two-Channel Sources PLIIx Music PLIIx Movie Active Decoded Output Channels 6.1 Speaker System Front (left & right), Center, Surround (left & right), Back Surround, Subwoofer 7.1 Speaker System Front (left & right), Center, Surround (left & right) and Back Surround (left and right) and subwoofer
The Main Menu contains the menu options for Listening Mode, Tone Controls and access to Setup Menu.
To navigate through these Main Menu options and their sub-menu selections, please refer to above section about DISPLAY THE OSD and NAVIGATING THE OSD AND MAKING CHANGES.
The T737 offers eleven distinct listening modes, tailored for different types of recording or program material. With a two-channel (Stereo) source, the following listening modes can be selected:
NEO:6 Two-channel recordings, whether stereo or surround-encoded, are reproduced with Neo:6 surround with output to front left/right, center and discrete left/right surround channels plus subwoofer (assuming these are present in the current Speaker Configuration). The T737 provides two DTS NEO:6 variations - NEO:6 Cinema and NEO:6 Music. See also section about ADJUSTING LISTENING MODES below. EARS Two-channel recordings, whether stereo or surround-encoded, are reproduced with proprietary NAD surround processing with output signals to the front left/right, center and discrete left/right surround channels, plus subwoofer (assuming these are present in the current Speaker Configuration). EARS does not employ the surround back speakers (if any). EARS extracts the natural ambience present in nearly all well-produced stereo recordings. It does not synthesize any ambience or other sonic elements and thus remain truer to the sound of the original musical performance than most other music-surround options. Select EARS for listening to stereo music recordings and broadcasts. EARS produces a subtle but highly natural and believable ambience from nearly all natural-acoustic stereo recordings. Typically, these include classical, jazz, and folk genres as well as numerous examples from others. Its virtues include realistic, stable front-stage sonic imaging and spacious but unexaggerated ambient virtual acoustics that remain faithful to the original recording. ENHANCED STEREO All recordings are reproduced in stereo via the maximum speaker complement configured in the current Speaker Configuration. Enhanced stereo can be useful for maximum volume from all channels or for multispeaker background music (cocktail party) listening. For this mode, Front, Center, Surround and Back speakers can be turned ON/OFF as desired. 7CH (CHANNEL) STEREO Two-channel recordings are reproduced with output signals to the front left/right, center, discrete left/right surround channels, back surround left/ right plus subwoofer (assuming these are present in the current Speaker Configuration). The Back Surround (left/right) output level is -3 dB lower than the other channels.
ADJUSTING LISTENING MODES
Several of the T737s listening modes have one or more selectable variations and adjustable parameters that you can modify to suit your personal preferences. At Listening Mode menu, use a combination of the [ ] and [ ] keys to navigate and effect desired settings. NOTE Listening Mode parameter changes are maintained when you change listening modes. You may also save a modified Listening Mode for easy recall by saving it to a Preset (See AV PRESETS SETUP below under Setup Menu discussions). PRO LOGIC IIx PLIIx MOVIE is optimized for film soundtracks. PLIIx MUSIC for music recordings. Center Width (0 to 7): Modifies the hard-centeredness of the center image, by gradually mixing mono center content to the Front left/right speakers as well. A setting of 0 retains the center-channel-only default while a setting of 7 yields a fully phantom center channel. Dimension (-3 to +3): Adjusts front-rear emphasis of the surround effect independently from the relative channel levels. Panorama (On/Off): Adds a wrap around effect by extending some stereo content into the surround channels. NOTE Pro Logic IIx mode will decode as Pro Logic II mode when the Back surround speakers are set to Off from Speaker Configurations menu. Refer also to the item about SPEAKER CONFIGURATION under the SPEAKER SETUP segment of OPERATION USING THE T737 SETUP MENU section. NEO:6 Neo:6 Cinema is optimized for film soundtracks. Neo:6 Music for music recordings. CENTER GAIN (0 to 0.5): Adjust for better center image in relation to the surround sound channels.
The T737 has two Tone Control levels - Treble and Bass. Bass and Treble controls only affect the low bass and high treble leaving the critical midrange frequencies free of coloration. These controls allow one to tweak on-the-fly, the frequency response of the source. Use the [ ] keys to adjust Treble and Bass within the range 10 dB.
Tone Defeat gives one the choice of varying or completely bypassing the tone control section of the T737. If Off is selected, the Tone Control circuits are active. Select On to bypass the Tone Controls effectively defeating the effect of the tone control circuits.
USING THE T737 SETUP MENU
To navigate through these Setup Menu options and their sub-menu selections, please refer to above section about DISPLAY THE OSD and NAVIGATING THE OSD AND MAKING CHANGES.
The Setup Menu allows one to customize the operation of the T737 to the ancillary equipment used in ones specific AV system. Unless your system exactly matches the factory defaults, you will need to use the Setup Menu to configure the settings of your T737. At Setup Menu, the following are configurable Source Setup, Speaker Setup, Trigger Setup, Listening Mode Setup, Display Setup and A/V Presets Setup.
Source The T737 is equipped with 9 configurable sources (Source 1-8 and SourceT). The settings for each Source are dependent on the configurations set forth in the parameters for that particular Source window. While at Source line item, use [ ] keys to toggle through the Sources.
NOTE Source 4 is defaulted to iPod. For Source 4 to be changed and assigned to other inputs, go to iPod Setup menu under the Source Setup menu. At iPod Setup menu, set Enabled to No you can now assign Source 4 to other inputs or settings as desired. Enable One can enable/disable a Source via this option. This is particularly useful if only few Sources are used and one directly selects the Source from the front panel, bypassing unused sources. To enable or disable a particular Source, scroll to Enable, press [ then [ ] to select Yes or No. ] and
Name A new Name maybe assigned to a Source label. For example, if your DVD player is attached to Source 1, it is possible to rename Source 1 to DVD. In order to rename the Source label, scroll to Name, press [ ] and then [ to pick and select through the alphanumeric selections. Press [ ] to move to the next character and at the same time save the changes done on the current character. The name can be as long as eight characters. The new Name will be shown in the VFD as well as on the OSD. ]
Analog Audio The T737 has eight analog audio inputs including 7.1 input. These analog inputs - Audio 1, Audio 2, Audio 3, Audio 4, Audio 5, Audio 6, Audio Front and 7.1 Input can be variably assigned to each Source. Scroll to Analog Audio and then press [ ] to select and assign an analog audio input to the particular Source. If Off is selected, no incoming analog audio signal is selected by the particular Source. NOTE An incoming digital signal present at the assigned digital input will always take precedence over the assigned analog audio input, even if both are present. To maintain the analog audio input for the particular Source, select Off at the Digital Audio setting of the same Source menu. Gain Gain adjustment allows all sources to playback at the same volume level. In this way, so you dont need to adjust the volume level every time a new source is selected. It is generally preferable to reduce the level of the loudest source rather than making louder the softer sources. Scroll to Gain, press [ from -12 to +12. ] and then [ ] to step through the desired level
From Source Setup menu, pressing [ ] will direct you to the Source Setup menu wherein you could adjust, allocate or change the settings of the following Source Setup (Normal View), Source Setup (Table View) and iPod Setup.
SOURCE SETUP (NORMAL VIEW)
The Source Setup (Normal View) makes it possible to set, allocate or change the following settings.
Digital Audio To take advantage of the T737s high performance surround and digital audio circuitry, it is advisable that its Digital Audio inputs are selected. There are four Digital Audio inputs selectable for the T737 - Optical 1, Optical 2, Optical Front and Coaxial IN. Another option is Off whereby no incoming digital audio signal is selected by the particular Source. NOTE An incoming digital signal present at the assigned digital input will always take precedence over the assigned analog audio input, even if both are present. To maintain the analog audio input for the particular Source, select Off at the Digital Audio setting of the same Source menu. Video A specific video input can be assigned a particular Source. The following are the assignable Video inputs: HDMI 1, HDMI 2 Component 1, Component 2, Component 3 S-Video 1, S-Video 2, S-Video 3, S-Video 4, S-Video Front Video 1, Video 2, Video 3, Video 4, Video Front Another option is Off wherein the particular Source is prompted not to select any Video input. About Video Formats For many years, there was only one type of video format used. Composite video signals include the Luminance (black & White) and Chroma (color) signals combined on one wire. S-Video uses separate wires in a single cable for Luminance and Chroma signals. Component Video goes a step further with separate cables for Luminance and the two elements of Chroma. For NTSC (America, Japan) as well as PAL signals (Europe, Asia) these are labeled Y, Cr, Cb. Television studios use the Component Video format to keep these signals separate in order to maintain the best quality. As consumer video equipment has improved this higher quality format has been included. Video Format Conversion The T737 is equipped with a Video Format Converter. This allows for a simplified video connection between the T737 and your TV Monitor when using multiple video formats such as Composite (CVBS), S-Video, and Component (YUV). This format change is accomplished by encoding the analog video signal intoa digital signal using a very high quality digital encoder to maintain the best possible picture quality. Once in a digital format, it can be decoded into any of the three standard analog video formats. It is suggested that you select the highest quality video format available on your TV Monitor and utilize this for your Monitor OUT connection from the T737 to the TV Monitor. In most cases this will be Component Video, but on some older TVs S-Video may be the best quality connection. See also the item COMPONENT VIDEO 1-3, COMPONENT VIDEO OUT under Identification of Controls Rear Panel discussions. NOTES Video signals are converted between all three formats: Video (Composite), S-video and Component Video. All three monitor outputs will always be active no matter what the source format is. OSD menu is always available on all three output formats - Video (Composite), S-Video and Component Video.
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ADJUSTING THE VOLUME
In addition to the Volume knob, use the AVR3s [VOL ] to adjust the master volume of the T737 raising or lowering the channels altogether. A momentary keypress will change the master volume by 1 dB increments. If you hold down [VOL ] the master-volume change will run-on until the key is released. Since recordings vary considerably in overall average level, there is no imperative to listen at any particular master-volume setting. A setting of -20dB may sound as loud from one CD or DVD as -10 dB does from another. The T737 will power-up from Standby mode at whatever master volume setting was last used; however, if the prior setting was greater than 10 dB, the T737 will power up at 10 dB. This prevents inadvertently beginning a session at excessive volume. MUTING THE SOUND Use the AVR3s Mute key to silence all channels completely. Muting is always available regardless of the source or listening mode selections. NOTES Changing input or listening-mode selections does not release muting. Adjusting the volume level via the AVR3 or the front-panel volume knob will automatically release the mute function.
LISTENING MODE SETUP
The T737 has various listening mode options and is mostly configurable. These are provided to reproduce a variety of sound effects depending upon the content of the source to be played. Use a combination of [ ] and [ ] keys to configure the following settings.
DTS The Digital Theater System Digital Surround (simply called DTS) is a multichannel digital signal format that can process higher data rates than with Dolby Digital. Although both Dolby Digital and DTS are 5.1 channel media formats, discs bearing the DTS symbol are thought to provide better sound quality due to the lower audio compression required. It also offers a broader dynamic, producing magnificent sound quality. A DTS input can be defaulted to one of the following options: - Neo:6 Cinema, Neo:6 Music, DTS Stereo or None. If None is selected, the DTS signal will follow the Digital setting set forth at Other option under this menu section. See discussion below about Other. The audio format as detected by the selected Source can be automatically configured and processed through the following options: Dolby Digital Dolby Digital is the multi-channel digital signal format developed in the Dolby laboratories. Discs bearing the double-D symbol were recorded with up to 5.1 channels of digital signals, reproducing a much better sound quality, with dynamic and spatial sound sensations that are much better than in the previous Dolby Surround. A Dolby Digital audio input can be configured relative to its format. 2 Channel: If the detected audio is a 2 Channel Dolby Digital signal, you can default it to one of the following settings PLIIx Movie, PLIIx Music, DVS Wide, DVS Ref or None. Surround: If the detected audio is a Surround Dolby Digital signal, you can default it to one of the following settings Dolby D Ex, PLIIx Movie, PLIIx Music, DVS Wide, DVS Ref, Stereo or None. None: If None is selected, the Dolby Digital format will follow the Digital setting set forth at Other option under this menu section. See discussion below about OTHER. Dolby Digital EX Using a Matrix decoder, this method creates the back channel (sometimes also called the surround center) by means of signals on the left and right surround channels recorded in Dolby Digital 5.1, reproduction being provided in Surround 6.1. This method should be selected with sources bearing the (double-D symbol)-EX, recorded in Dolby Digital Surround EX. With this additional channel you will experience improved dynamics and a better sensation of movement within the sound field. If media sources recorded in Dolby Digital EX are decoded with a Digital EX decoder, the format is detected automatically, and the Dolby Digital EX mode is selected. However, some media sources recorded in Dolby Digital EX can be detected as simple Dolby Digital media sources. In this case Dolby Digital EX should be selected manually. NOTE Please refer to the section LISTENING MODE at the Main Menu discussions for a description of PLIIx Movie, PLIIx Music and Stereo modes. OTHER If None is selected above for any of the Dolby Digital 2 Channel, Dolby Digital Surround and DTS options or if the audio input is an analog signal, this Other section will manage the default audio format as per the Digital or Analog settings. Digital: The detected digital input can be configured by way of one of the following options 7ch Stereo, En Stereo (Enhanced Stereo), EARS, Neo:6 Music, Neo:6 Cinema, PLIIx Music, PLIIx Movie, DVS Wide, DVS Ref or None. Analog: If the audio input is an analog signal, the following are the surround modes the input can be defaulted 7ch Stereo, En Stereo (Enhanced Stereo), EARS, Neo:6 Music, Neo:6 Cinema, PLIIx Music, PLIIx Movie, DVS Wide, DVS Ref, Stereo or None. NOTE All these Listening Modes for Dolby Digital, DTS and Other can be directly changed by pressing the LISTENING MODE button on the front panel, AVR 3s [SURR] button or through the Listening Mode option at the Main Menu window.
Under this menu, the Dolby Digitals Dynamic Range Control can be adjusted as well as the settings for Dolby Digital Pro Logic IIx Music. Dyn Range Ctrl (Dynamic Range Control): You can select the effective dynamic range (subjective range from soft to loud) for playback of Dolby Digital soundtracks. For fully cinematic effect, always select 100, the default. Settings of 75, 50, and 25 progressively reduce dynamic range, making soft sounds comparatively louder while limiting the peak loudness of loud ones. The 25 setting will yield the least dynamic range and is best for latenight sessions or other times when you wish to retain maximum dialog intelligibility while minimizing overall volume levels. Dolby Pro Logic IIx Music: Please refer to the item about PRO LOGIC PLIIx under the topic ADJUSTING LISTENING MODES at the USING THE T737 - MAIN MENU discussions above. DTS - ES MATRIX 6.1 In this format, the additional signals of the back channel receive a matrix encoding and are inputted into the right and left surround channels. During reproduction they are decoded to the right, left and back surround channels. Since this bit-stream format is 100% compatible with conventional DTS signals, the DTS-ES Matrix 6.1 format effect can also be achieved from sources with DTS-ES 5.1 signals. Naturally, it is also possible to reproduce from a DTS 5.1 channel decoder, signals recorded in DTS-ES 6.1. When a DTS-ES decoder processes a discrete DTS-ES 6.1 or in Matrix 6.1, these formats are automatically detected and the Optimum Surround mode is selected. However, some DTS-ES Matrix 6.1 sources may be detected as DTS. In this case the DTS-ES Matrix mode should be selected manually in order to reproduce them. DTS NEO:6 SURROUND This mode applies the conventional 2-channel signals such as digital PCM or analog stereo signals to the high precision digital matrix decoder used for DTS-ES Matrix 6.1 to achieve 6.1-channel surround playback. DTS Neo:6 surround includes two modes for selecting the optimum decoding of the signal sources: DTS NEO:6 CINEMA : This method is ideal for the reproduction of movies. The decoding takes place by emphasizing the separation in order to achieve the same atmosphere with 2-channel, as with 6.1channel sources. DTS NEO:6 MUSIC : Mainly recommended for music reproduction. The right and left front channels do not pass through the decoder and are reproduced directly so there is no loss in sound quality, and the effects of the right surround, left surround, central and back surround channels add a natural sensation of expansion of the sound field. Center Gain (0 to 0.5): Adjust for better center image in relation to the surround sound channels.
Under this menu, the Center Gain settings of DTS Neo:6 Music can be adjusted. See discussion below about DTS NEO:6 MUSIC. DTS SURROUND MODES The following are further descriptions about the DTS surround modes. DTS-ES DISCRETE 6.1 Since the signals of the 6.1 Surround channels (including the back channel) are completely independent, it is possible to achieve the sensation that the acoustic image is moving about freely among the background sounds, 360 degrees surrounding the listener. Although maximum quality is achieved with sound tracks recorded using this system and reproduced using the DTS-ES decoder, when played with a conventional DTS decoder, the back surround channel is automatically downmixed in the surround right and surround left channels of the surround system, in such a way that none of the signal components are lost.
Please refer to the same item about ENHANCED STEREO under the topic LISTENING MODE at the USING THE T737 - MAIN MENU discussions above.
DISPLAY SETUP A/V PRESETS SETUP
Display: Select On to display all applicable data or characters at the VFD. Nothing will be shown at VFD if Off is selected. However at Temp setting, whenever any of the front panel controls or their corresponding keys in the remote control is activated, the appropriate VFD characters will be shown temporarily and then fade away. Dimmer: If it is desired to reduce the brightness of the VFD, set Dimmer to Dim. Otherwise, select Bright to return to normal VFD brightness. Line 1, Line 2: The VFD shows two main lines of data or characters. Line 2 is the line of data or characters located at the lower bottom of the VFD while directly above it is Line 1. For both lines, one can select which display could be shown by choosing through the following Source: Shows the active Source. Volume: Current Volume level is shown. Listening Md (Listening Mode): Selected Listening Mode is shown. AudioSrcForm (Audio Source Format): Shows the audio format detected at the active Source. Off: Select Off if it is desired not to show any data at the applicable Line. Temp Line: Choose between Line 1 and Line 2 as the desired line where VFD will be temporarily shown if Off is selected at Display option as described above. NOTE The configurations set forth at Display Setup are carried over whenever it is enabled during A/V PRESETS SETUP setting. Refer also to the next section about A/V PRESETS SETUP.
You might create one Preset optimized for pop music and another for classical. One more Preset can be set up to recall each family members favorite setting or one for fully cinematic home-theater playback and yet another one for late-night movies, with each Preset fine-tuned to a particular scenario or preference. CREATING PRESETS Creating a Preset consists simply of storing a complete set of the parameters set forth in the Listening Mode, Tone Controls, Speaker Setup and Display Setup configurable through Setup Menu. Go to A/V Presets Setup to save a collection of said parameter settings to a Preset. Select a Preset number and by a combination of pressing the [ ] keys, you can selectively include in the particular Preset any of the above-mentioned parameter settings by choosing Yes. If you decide not to include in the particular Preset a certain parameter setting, select No. Now in order to save the settings chosen for the particular Preset number, scroll down to Save Current Setup and press the [ ] key. If you chose to load instead the default settings, scroll down to Load Defaults to Preset and press the [ ] key to restore the default settings. In addition to the parameter settings, the Preset label itself can be assigned a new name. This new Name will be shown in the VFD as well as on the OSD. To rename the Preset label, scroll to Name and press [ ] to go the character. Then, press [ ] to pick and select through the alphanumeric ] to move to the next character or back to the selections. Press [ previous character and at the same time save the changes done on the current character. RECALLING PRESETS You may recall a Preset at any time using the AVR3 remote control. Press the AVR3s A/V PSET key and then the numeric key 1-5 corresponding to the desired preset number. The newly recalled Preset will then manifest or replace the previous Preset (if any).
The Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD) and On-Screen Display (OSD) can be shown in various ways by navigating through the parameters at the Display Setup menu. Use a combination of [ ] and [ ] keys to step through the Display Setup menu items.
The T737s simple but powerfully flexible system of Presets allows you to customize virtually every aspect of your audio-video playback. The Listening Mode, Tone Controls, Speaker Setup and Display Setup parameter settings are stored together as a Single Preset.
LISTENING TO AM/FM RADIO
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1 Rotate the outer frame of the antenna. 2 Insert the bottom edge of the outer frame into the groove on the stand. 3 Extend the antenna cord. SELECTING a tuner band Press the [AM/FM/DB] button on the AVR 3 while at AMP or TUNER device selector page. Each subsequent press of either button will toggle you through AM, FM and XM (or DAB) band. Stop (release button) at your desired tuner band. The T737s internal AM/FM tuner offers very high quality sound from radio broadcasts. The reception and sound quality will always be dependent to a degree however on the type of antenna(s) used as well as proximity to the broadcast origin, geography and weather conditions. ABOUT ANTENNAS Connect the supplied lead-type FM antenna to the FM antenna input. Extend the lead. Experiment freely with your antenna placement and orientation until you get the clearest sound and lowest background noise. Fix the antenna in the desired position by using thumb tacks, push pins or any suitable means. In areas of poor FM reception, an exterior FM antenna can improve performance dramatically. If radio listening is important to you, consider consulting an antenna installation professional to optimize your system. The AM loop antenna supplied with the T737 (or a suitable replacement) is required for AM reception. Open the clip terminal lever; insert the wire making sure to match the color-coded (white and black) ends of the wire to that of the terminal and close the lever ensuring that the lever locks the wire in place. Testing different positions for the antenna may improve reception; vertical orientation will usually produce the best results. Antenna proximity to large metal objects (appliances, radiators) may impair reception, as will attempts to lengthen the wire to the loop. The supplied AM loop antenna will usually provide adequate reception. However, an exterior AM antenna can be used to improve reception. Consult an antenna professional for more information. IMPORTANT NOTICE Unless otherwise specifically stated, navigating or accessing AM/FM functions can be undertaken by using either the AVR 3 remote control or the front panel buttons. If the control button or icon button being referred to is available on the AVR 3 remote control and front panel, then the reference to said button is applicable to both the AVR 3 remote control and front panel. NOTE When using the AVR 3 remote control to carry out AM/FM commands, ensure that the DEVICE SELECTOR is set to TUN. ASSEMBLING THE LOOP ANTENNA TUNING AM/FM STATIONS ] on the AVR3 toggle in Upon selecting AM or FM band, use [TUNE to perform slow manual search, press and hold to automatically search. The front panel or AVR3s [ ] buttons can also be used to tune for stations. 1 Press [ ] on the front panel momentarily to step up or down between AM or FM frequencies. 2 Press and hold [ ] for more than 2 seconds to search up or down - the T737s tuner will stop at the next sufficiently strong signal it encounters. 3 Pressing the [ ] during the search process will stop the search. DIRECT TUNING If you know your desired stations frequency allocation, you can tune directly to the station. 1 Toggle [ENTER] button to switch between Preset and Tune mode (see the lower line of the VFD). Select Tune mode. 2 Using the numeric keys of the remote control, key-in the frequency allocation of the station. For example, to enter 104.50MHz, press 1, 0, 4, 5 and 0 or press 1, 0, 4 and 5. SETTING RADIO PRESETS (AM/FM) The T737 can store up to 30 FM and 30 AM stations for immediate recall. 1 To store a radio preset, first tune the desired frequency (see above), then press AVR3s [MEMORY] key. 2 The VFD will show the next available Preset number (If there are no more vacant Preset number, you can overwrite an existing Preset number by pressing the [ ] buttons to select the Preset number you want to overwrite). Press the [MEMORY] button again to store the desired frequency on the Preset number shown or use the [ ] buttons to select another available Preset number. 3 Then, press [MEMORY] button again. Your desired frequency is now stored in the assigned preset. 4 Press [ ] to step up or down between presets. Press and hold [ ] to scroll continuously up or down. The AVR3 remotes [ PRESET ] keys work similarly. AUTOMATIC PRESET Preset stations may also be programmed automatically for the entire FM (or AM) band. 1 Toggle the [AM/FM/DB] button to select FM (or AM) band. 2 Press and hold the [MEMORY] button until the station frequency indication begins to increase. 3 Release the button and note that the tuner will search the entire FM (or AM) band, and stop briefly at each station that has acceptable signal strength. The T737 will automatically assign a preset number to each station, and then search for the next station. Up to 30 of the best received FM stations (or 30 AM stations) will be automatically stored. DELETING A STORED PRESET You can empty a preset by deleting the stored information. 1 Select the preset number to be deleted. 2 While at the selected preset number, press the [DELETE] button. 3 The preset will then be deleted and DELETED scrolls on the display. 4 To clear all the Presets at the same time, repeat step 2 again but this time do not release the [DELETE] button. Press and hold [DELETE] button until the current Preset number shown in the VFD is extinguished (P--). All Presets are now deleted.
LISTENING TO DAB RADIO
Until now, analogue radio signals such as FM or AM have been subject to numerous kinds of interference on their way from the transmitter to your radio. These problems were caused by mountains, high-rise buildings and weather conditions. With Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB), you can now receive CD-like quality radio programs without any annoying interference and signal distortion. DAB broadcasts use digital signals rather than traditional analogue transmissions, thus providing clear high quality reception. You getfar more robust reception andvirtually hiss or crackle freesound with DAB as long as you are withina good coverage area. With DAB, the listener can scroll through a list of available stations - then instantly tune to the station of his choice. There is no need either to remember channel frequencies. All broadcasts are selected by simply selecting the service name. The T737 makes it possible for you to enjoy listening to DAB broadcasts. The T737 has a Digital Audio Broadcast (DAB) module socket on the rear panel for adding a separately sold and NAD-specified outboard DAB module the NAD DAB Adaptor DB 1. All the control software for this format is included; just plug-in the module and start enjoying the CD-like quality sound and expansive content selection available with DAB. IMPORTANT NOTICE Navigating or accessing DAB functions can be undertaken by using either the AVR3 remote control or the front panel buttons. Unless otherwise specifically stated, if the control button or icon button being referred to is available on the AVR3 remote control and front panel, then the reference to said button is applicable to both the AVR3 remote control and front panel. NOTES When using the AVR3 remote control to undertake DAB commands, make sure that the DEVICE SELECTOR is set to TUN. In DAB mode and with DEVICE SELECTOR set to TUN, AVR 3s [TUNER MODE] button has the same function as that of front panels [MENU] button.
With the separately sold NAD DAB Adaptor DB1 already connected to the T737, you can now carry out the T737 to receive DAB broadcasts. 1 Toggle [AM/FM/DB] button until DAB mode. When DAB mode is selected, VFD will show DAB initialize Please wait and then go to Full Scan mode. Full Scan will take at least 20 seconds or more to complete. FULL SCAN will enable the scanning of the full range of digital frequencies (Band III and L-Band). This sequence cannot be interrupted. The arrows show the progress of the sequence. When scanning is completed, the last number shown on the upper right side of the VFD corresponds to the total number of DAB broadcast stations found. Then, the first station is tuned in (See ALPHANUMERIC description below to understand the order or arrangement of stations). 2 The strength of the incoming signal can be shown on the VFD by pressing the [ENTER] button. The more o segments visible in the lower display line, the stronger the signal. By changing the position of the antenna, you can increase the signal strength. Consult an antenna professional for more information. NOTE No stations Available will be shown in the VFD when no DAB stations are found after the scanning process. If this occurs, check the connection and position of the DAB antenna or call your local DAB broadcast providers for coverage information.
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