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T761 Surround Sound Receiver
80W X 5 Continuous Power into 8 ohms, all channels driven simultaneously Up to of 45 amps peak current capability Dolby Digital & DTS decoder integrated Crystal DSP processor; Sigma-Delta ADCs and DACs with 96kHz/24 bit resolution A + B speaker switching 5.1 input for future formats Pre-outs for all channels (5.1 out) Impedance Sensing Circuitry (ISC) 5 Video inputs; 2 Video; 1 monitor output all S-Video or Composite 5 digital inputs; 3 RCA; 2 TOS Link 1 digital output EARS (Enhanced Ambience Recovery System) Music surround mode RDS tuner (RDS PS & RDS RT) 30 presets 12V trigger input and output Soft ClippingTM Learning Universal Remote Control NAD-Link
The new NAD T761is a further development of NADs renowned "Music First" approach to A/V receiver design. In one simple box, it combines superb performance with remarkable flexibility and ease-of-use. Whether you are enjoying high-octane action movies or the might of a full symphony orchestra, the T761 will immerse you with high quality sound, more associated with separate components than with AV receivers.
audio inputs allow you to connect all your sources with ease. The video inputs and outputs are full S-Video and Composite compatible. Besides these "normal" inputs, the T751 also sports a (5.1 channel) input so you can easily expand your receiver in the future with the decoded signal for another surround sound format. 5 Digital inputs are provided, to cater for every eventuality: 3 coaxial digital inputs and 2 TOS Link for sources with optical outputs. For direct recording of these digital sources, a digital output (coaxial) is provided as well. With pre-amplifier outputs for all channels (Left, Centre, Right, Left Surround, Right Surround and subwoofer) you can easily upgrade your output power too. Besides the main speakers, you can also connect an additional pair for a different room, The speakers B can be engaged from the remote control, and unlike many other receivers, the main speakers arent disconnected when the remote speakers are engaged. To ensure long-terms contact reliability, all speaker terminals are of the robust binding post variety rather than the usual spring clips and all other audio sockets are gold plated.
Ease of use
By doing away with many costly and superfluous features, NAD's engineers concentrated only on the truly important parts of an A/V receiver. As the new Digital Surround Sound formats allow for the same wide bandwidth and large dynamic range for the front channels as the rear channels, all five channels are capable of putting out an equal amount of power. As usual with NAD, the T761 uses discrete output stages only, including the surround channels. The benefits of this approach have been proven over the years in many acclaimed NAD amplifiers and receivers. The integrated output modules favoured by so many other designs will deliver a decent amount of power under laboratory conditions, driving an 8 ohms resistor, but can have great difficulties in driving moderately difficult speakers. The NAD T761 uses the Impedance Sensing Circuitry (ISC) topology (patent pending) designed by Bjrn Erik Edvardsen, which allows the T761 to get the best possible performance from any type of speaker.
Impedance Sensing Circuitry (ISC):
The ISC topology allows the T761 to deliver maximum performance under virtually any circumstance, independent of the loudspeakers it is driving. The circuitry automatically recognises the impedance characteristics of the loudspeaker and will then adjust its power supply settings to best cope with that specific load. Whereas it is widely accepted with CD players that the digital and analogue circuitry play a vital role in the performance, it appears that many AV receivers employ only mediocre Digital-to-Analogue (DAC), Analogue-to-Digital (ADC) converters and Digital Signal Processors (DSP). For the T761 the engineers choose the best available within the budget: Crystal Sigma-Delta DACs and ADCs, each with 24-bit resolution. The DSP chip that handles the Dolby Digital, DTS, Dolby Pro Logic and EARS Modes, is also from the well renowned manufacturer Crystal. The combination of these components ensure that the integrity of the original signal, be it music or an action movie, retains its full resolution and dynamics.
Ease of use is another key factor for NAD products and the Model T761 is no exception. The built-in test-tone generator -accessible by remote control- allows for accurate calibrating of the Front, Centre and Surround speakers. The remote control handset supplied with the Model T761, will also control other components in your system, even if these arent NAD. The remote control has learning capabilities to cater for other brands DVD players, for instance. Thirty presets can be programmed at random with FM stations, ten with AM stations. The T761 also offers RDS PS (Program Service) and RT (Radio Text). When tuning in to an RDS radio station, the T761 will automatically display the name of the station so you do not have to remember which frequency belongs to what station. At the touch of a button RDS RT (Radio Text) will display additional information broadcast by the radio station, such as the presenter, which music is playing, etc. Rather than providing many different synthesised surround sound modes (Church, Jazz, Stadium, etc.) which makes so many others receivers cluttered and over-complicated, the engineers concentrated on perfecting the Dolby Digital and Pro Logic decoding and steering. For music the Enhanced Ambience Recovery System (EARS)
As one would expect from any NAD component, the Model T761 offers great flexibility: the 5 video (1 on front panel for easy connection of game console or camcorder) and 2
mode can be engaged, adding a natural level of ambience, relying only on the original information in the signal. For remote on/off switching of ancillary components in a system, such as DVD players or external power amplifiers, the C250 is equipped with a 12V trigger system. When switching the receiver on, the trigger output is also activated which in turn can activate a 12V trigger input and switch on the remote devices. By means of 12V trigger input, the T761 itself can be switched on or off by a remote controller. Besides the 12V triggers, the T761also has an AC switched outlet so you can easily switch other system components on or off with the remote control or on the front panel.
In keeping with the NAD tradition, the Model T761 provides musical performance, ease of use and flexibility that is hard to match. This new addition to the NAD line of products is equally at home in a system for discerning music lovers, as it is in a system for those looking to get the best out of Videos, CDs, Dolby Digital or DTS DVDs.
PROVISIONAL SPECIFICATIONS - NAD T761
Power Output: Total Harmonic Distortion IM Distortion Damping Factor Input Sensitivity and Impedance Frequency Response Signal to Noise Ratio
Surround Mode at rated power at rated power 8 ohms 5 to 20,000 Hz Ref 80W/8 ohms Ref 1W/8 ohms
5 x 80W (19dBW) 0.08% 0.08% 60 200mv / 50kohms 0.8dB >99dB >80dB
Input Sensitivity (50-dB quieting) Frequency Response Total Harmonic Distortion Stereo Separation Signal/noise ratio
Mono Stereo 30Hz - 15kHz Mono Stereo at 1kHz Mono Stereo
16.1dBf 36.1dBf 1.5dB 0.25% 0.5% 38dB 72dB 66dB
17 1/8 x 5 3/16 x 13 3/4 (435 x 132 x 350mm)
NOTE: NAD Electronics International reserves the right to change specifications or features without notice as design improvements are incorporated. NAD is a registered trademark of NAD Electronics International. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored, or transmitted in any form whatsoever without the written permission of NAD Electronics International. Printed in Canada. NAD Electronics International 06/00.
HTR1 manual 120mm
SYSTEM REMOTE CONTROL OWNERS MANUAL
NAD HTR-1 UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL Introduction.6 General.6 Inserting & replacing batteries & back-up. 6 Key Backlighting. 6 Operating range. 6 Using the HTR-1.6 Device keys. 6 Status LED. 7 Setting up Pre-programmed codes.7 By Library search. 7 By Manufacturing ID code. 8 Code Recall. 9 Learning remote commands.9 Setting up Macros.10 Reset to factory default settings.11 Code listing table.12
USING THE NAD HTR-1 UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL WITH THE NAD T761 AV RECEIVER The NAD HTR-1 Universal Remote control packed with your NAD T761 AV receiver has been pre-configured to operate all controls. Besides operating the receiver, the HTR-1 can replace up to eight remote controls for different devices. It has a database of remote control commands built-in for a large range of different brands and devices. In case your particular brand or model isnt featured in the database, the HTR-1 can also learn remote commands from the original remote control of the device. Refer to the HTR-1 instruction manual on how to program. The table below indicates the locations and functions available; the numbers refer to the drawing in the NAD HTR1 manual. Refer to the T761 instruction manual for explanation of specific functions. Make sure the AMP mode has been selected when using the HTR-1 Universal Remote Control to operate your receiver. No. Key description POWER ON/OFF AMP (VCR), TUNER (TV), CD (CABLE), DVD (AUX) VOLUME UP/DOWN CHANNEL UP/DOWN SELECT POWER OFF & POWER ON SLEEP SHIFT 1 (CD), 2 (AUX), 3 (DISC),..9 (VIDEO 6), 0 AM (+10 -/) FM (TV/VIDEO) PAUSE MUTE & PLAY/ENTER STOP AUDIO SUBTITLE EXT 5.1/7.1 DISPLAY SURR. MACRO SETUP/REC TEST T761 function Power On/Off Select AMP for T761 Master Volume Up/Down Preset/Tune Up/Preset/Tune Down Preset/Tune mode Power Off & Power On Sleep Input select Select AM Select FM OSD Cursor Up Volume Mute OSD Cursor Right & Left Enter OSD Cursor Down Tone Control Dynamic Range Ext 5.1 Display Surround Mode Channel select Surround Test On/Off
INTRODUCTION The NAD HTR-1 Universal Remote Control can replace up to eight different individual remote controls, offering command of the most important and often used controls, thus significantly reducing remote control clutter: Amplifier, Tuner, CD, DVD, VCR, TV, Cable, Custom. If the NAD HTR-1 came packed with an NAD product, such as an AV receiver, all commands will already have been programmed in and is ready for use with the product. Where appropriate, the correct generic remote control commands for other NAD products, such as CD players for instance, have also been programmed in. The HTR-1 comes with a large database of remote control commands for other brands, making it easy to configure to suit the particular mix of brands and models in your system. The database contains remote control commands for over four hundred brands. In the unlikely case you are not able to find the remote control commands for a specific brand, the HTR-1 also allows you to learn remote commands from the original remote control so that that device can still be remotely operated with the NAD HTR-1. GENERAL Alkaline batteries are recommended for maximum operating life. Three AAA (R 03) batteries should be fitted in the battery compartment at the rear of the Remote Control handset. When replacing batteries, check that they have been put in the right way round, as indicated on the base of the battery compartment. The keys on the HTR-1 are backlit for ease of operation in darkened environments. Backlighting is automatically activated as soon as any key is pressed. To preserve batteries, it switches itself off automatically five seconds after the last key press. When you find that operating range and angle are rapidly decreasing and that the key backlighting is getting dimmer, it may be time to replace the batteries. The NAD HTR-1 has a non-volatile memory so that, even if the batteries are removed for a prolonged period of time, it will retain all settings and commands as programmed. The HTR-1 will operate up to a distance of 16ft (5m). Direct sunlight or very bright ambient lighting may affect the operating range and angle. NOTE There must be a clear line-of-sight path from the remote control to each of the devices infrared receiver (usually located behind a display window on the front panel); if that path is obstructed, the remote control may work erratically or not at all. USING THE NAD HTR-1
The HTR-1 will replicate the most common commands for the device selected. For instance, CHANNEL UP will advance preset or channel selection for either Tuner, TV or Cable device; but will move cursor up with DVD selected as device. Once the remote control has been configured to suit your system (refer to chapters Setting up Preprogrammed Remote commands and Learning Remote Commands) it is ready for use. The numbers refer to the drawing. The table below specifies what commands are available for all devices in the factory default setting. The devices Amp, Tuner, CD and DVD come standard with remote control commands suitable for most NAD remote controlled products. NOTE The key listing below specifies what each key will do from the factory default setting for the various devices. Refer to the original instruction manual for the devices in your system to check how these respond to specific commands. Not all commands on the HTR-1 may be available for the devices it is used with or there may be commands not available on your specific device. The key listing below assumes factory default setting or settings from database but not remote commands learned from an original remote control SELECTING WHICH DEVICE TO OPERATE Each of the four device keys allows operation of two different devices, up to eight different devices can be controlled. The devices that can be controlled are labelled on the key itself and directly over it. SELECTING PRIMARY DEVICES To access one of the four primary devices (the ones as labelled on the key itself: AMP, TUNER, CD, DVD), simply press the required key. Primary Device keys: AMP; TUNER; CD; DVD (No. 3). SELECTING SECONDARY DEVICES To access one of the secondary devices, first press the SHIFT key (No. 9) (STATUS LED, No. 1, lights up), and within the default time of 5 seconds, press the required device key (VCR, TV, CABLE, CUSTOM). The Device key will light up with Status LED briefly to confirm, after which both will extinguish. Secondary Device keys: VCR; TV; CABLE; CUSTOM (No. 3).
After selecting a primary or secondary device by pressing the key(s) as described above, the other keys on the remote control will be set to operate the chosen device. For instance, with TUNER selected as device, the CHANNEL UP and DOWN keys (No. 5) will select the next higher, respectively next lower tuner preset station. With DVD selected as device, the same keys will move the DVD Menu cursor Up or Down. When pressing a key, the selected Device key will flash to indicate a command is being transmitted. If the selected device key doesnt flash when pressing a key, it means that the key doesnt have a function for the device selected. STATUS LED (NO.1) This LED will light up to indicate status: Use of SHIFT key (No. 9) and Set-up mode. The LED will light up green for up to 5 seconds once the SHIFT key (No. 9) has been pressed. Within these 5 seconds, one of the four device keys (No. 3) can be pressed to switch the remote control to one of the secondary devices (VCR, TV, CABLE, CUSTOM). The Device key will light up with Status LED briefly to confirm, after which both will extinguish. The LED will extinguish within 5 seconds if no other key is pressed or if SHIFT is pressed again. The LED will light up red to enter set-up mode (pressing POWER ON/OFF No. 2; and MUTE No. 14 simultaneously for two seconds). Refer to chapters Setting up Pre-programmed Codes and Learning Remote Commands for additional information. SETTING UP PRE-PROGRAMMED CODES The HTR-1 has an extensive library built-in for pre-programmed remote control commands for many different brands. By entering the device code for the particular device and brand, all major functions for that device can be controlled with the HTR1. There are two ways of setting up the remote control for pre-programmed remote commands: By using the LIBRARY SEARCH routine By entering the MANUFACTURER ID CODE SET-UP BY LIBRARY SEARCH 1 Switch on your device manually or with your original remote control. 2 Press the POWER ON/OFF (No. 2) and MUTE keys (No. 14) together for approximately 2 seconds until STATUS LED (No.1) stays red. 3 Press the required DEVICE key (No. 3); the DEVICE key will light up. 4 Press the POWER ON/OFF key (No. 2) and hold down for 2 seconds then release for 2 seconds. Repeat this process until your device switches off or to Stand-by. NOTE: If you accidentally skipped a code that turned your device off, you can go one code back by pressing the MUTE key (No. 14). If there is no Power On/Off code for a particular device, the HTR-1 will transmit a Play command instead. 5 After your device has switched off, press the lit DEVICE Key once to stop the LIBRARY SEARCH. 6 Try the appropriate keys to see if the corresponding function for your device work (in case your device switched off completely, it may be necessary to manually power it up again). If find you find that not all the keys appropriate for your device operate correctly, press the DEVICE Key for 1 second; the DEVICE Key will flash once. Repeat step 4 to find the set of remote commands that best operates your device. Once found, proceed with step 7 to store. 7 If you find all the major functions work correctly with your device, press the DEVICE Key (No.3) 3 times until the DEVICE Key and STATUS LED (No. 1) go out. The code is now stored. Example You wish to set up the remote control to operate your TV: 1 Switch on your television 2 Press the POWER ON/OFF (No. 2) and MUTE keys (No. 14) together for approximately 2 seconds until STATUS LED (No.1) stays red. 3 Press SHIFT (No. 9); the STATUS LED changes to green. Press the TUNER/TV device key (No.3). The STATUS LED will change to red again. 4 Press the POWER ON/OFF key (No. 2) and hold down for 2 seconds then release for 2 seconds. Repeat this process until the TV switches off or switches to Standby. 5 Press the lit DEVICE KEY once, and now try the other function keys on the HTR-1. Switch the TV back on (if it switched off completely, it may be necessary to this manually) and try out all the keys appropriate for your TV; such as Volume Up/Down; Channel Up/Down; Mute, etc. (refer also to table). If you find not all keys operate your TV correctly, press the DEVICE Key for 1 second; the DEVICE Key will flash once. Repeat step 4 until you find the set of remote commands that best operates your TV. Once found, proceed with step 6 to store. 6 If all major functions work, press the TUNER/TV key 3 times; The TUNER/TV device key and STATUS LED will extinguish. The code is now stored and the remote control is ready for use with the TV. When you reach the end of the library, The STATUS LED will flash twice per second and the set up mode is cancelled.
ENTERING MANUFACTURER ID CODE Instead of searching the library, you can also enter a Manufacturer ID code directly for your brand and model. In the code listing table, look up the device brand name to find the correct code for your brand. Switch on your device manually or with your original remote control. 1 Press the POWER ON/OFF (No. 2) and MUTE keys (No. 14) together for approximately 2 seconds until STATUS LED (No.1) stays red. 2 Press the required DEVICE key (No.3); the DEVICE key will light up. 3 Using the numeric keys (No.10); enter the 4-digit Manufacturer ID code from the code list. 4 Again using the numeric key-pad (No. 10): Press 1 to set-up a TUNER & TV; Press 2 to set-up an AMP & VCR; Press 3 to set-up a CD & CABLE or Satellite receiver. Press 4 to set up a DVD orif you are programming any other devices (CUSTOM). If the entered code is correct, the STATUS LED will flash once. If the code is wrong, the STATUS LED will flash twice. 5 It is quite common for a brand to have various sets of remote control commands. In order to find the correct set of remote control commands for your particular model, you will need to search within the manufacturers ID code for the correct device code: Press the POWER ON/OFF key and hold down for 2 seconds then release for 2 seconds, repeat this process until your device switches off (or switches to Stand-by). NB: If you accidentally skipped a code that turned your device off, you can go one code back by pressing the MUTE key. 6 Press the lit DEVICE KEY once and now try out the other function keys on the HTR1. If you find not all keys appropriate for the device operate correctly, press the DEVICE Key for 1 second; the DEVICE Key will flash once. Repeat step 6 to find the set of remote commands that best operates your device. Once found, proceed with step 8 to store. 7 When you have found a suitable set of remote control commands, press the DEVICE Key 3 times until the DEVICE Key and STATUS LED go out. The code is now stored. Example You wish to set up the HTR-1 to operate your Philips TV: 1 Look up the Manufacturer ID code for Philips (which is 3232). 2 Press the POWER ON/OFF (No. 2) and MUTE keys (No. 14) together for approximately 2 seconds until STATUS LED (No.1) stays red. Press SHIFT (No. 9); the STATUS LED changes to green. Press the TUNER/TV device key (No.3). The STATUS LED will change to red again. 3 Using the numeric keys (No.10); enter 3232 (Philips Manufacturer ID code). 4 Again using the numeric key-pad (No. 10), Press 1. The STATUS LED will flash once (if the code is wrong, the STATUS LED will flash twice). 5 Philips has many different sets of remote commands. In order to find the correct set of remote control commands for your particular model, you will need to search within the Philips ID code: Press the POWER ON/OFF key and hold down for 2 seconds then release for 2 seconds, repeat this process until your device switches off (or switches to Stand-by). NB: If you accidentally skipped a code that turned your device off, you can go one code back by pressing the MUTE key. Press the lit DEVICE KEY once and now try out the other function keys on the HTR1. You mayfind that not all keys device operate the TV correctly; press the DEVICE Key for 1 second; the DEVICE Key will flash once. The second set that turns off your TV does operate all major functions correctly: Proceed to the next step to store. Press the DEVICE Key 3 times until the DEVICE Key and STATUS LED go out. The code is now stored and the HTR-1 is ready for use with your Philips TV.
CODE RECALL FUNCTION The Code Recall function allows you to look up the exact code specific for your devices brand and model. Note this is not the manufacturer IC code, but the specific device code that operates your device; this is a 5-digit number. 3 Press the POWER ON/OFF (No. 2) and MUTE keys (No. 14) together for approximately 2 seconds until STATUS LED (No.1) stays red. Press the required DEVICE key (No.3); the DEVICE key will light up. Using the numeric key-pad (No. 10) engage Code Recall Mode: Press 88881 to check the code for a Tuner. Press 88882 to check the code for an Amp. Press 88883 to check the code for a CD player. Press 88884 to check the code for a DVD player. Press 88885 to check the code for a TV. Press 88886 to check the code for a VCR. Press 88887 to check the code for a Cable or Satellite receiver. Press 88888 to check the code for any other devices (CUSTOM). If the entered code is correct, the STATUS LED will flash once. If the code is wrong, the STATUS LED will flash twice. To find out the number for the first digit of the code, press 1 on the Numeric keypad (No.10) and count the number of times the DEVICE flashes. To find the 2nd digit of your code press 2, for the 3rd digit press 3, for the 4th digit press 4 and for the 5th digit press 5 and each time count the number of times the DEVICE key flashes. NOTE: IF the DEVICE key doesnt flash, the digits number is zero. Press the DEVICE key to exit Code Recall mode. The DEVICE key will extinguish.
In case the HTR-1 gets accidentally re-programmed, it is advisable to note down in the table below which exact codes were set up to operate your devices. Device AMP TUNER CD DVD code Device VCR TV CABLE CUSTOM code
You can use the recalled device code to enter it directly into the HTR-1; this voids the need of having to go through each separate device within a manufacturer ID code: Press the POWER ON/OFF (No. 2) and MUTE keys (No. 14) together for approximately 2 seconds until STATUS LED (No.1) stays red. Press the required DEVICE key (No.3); the DEVICE key will light up. Using the numeric keys (No.10); enter the 5-digit device code as found using Code Recall Function. If the entered code is correct, the STATUS LED will flash once. If the code is wrong, the STATUS LED will flash twice. With the correct code entered, press the DEVICE Key 3 times until the DEVICE Key and STATUS LED go out. The code is now stored.
LEARNING REMOTE COMMANDS The HTR-1 allows you to learn commands within already set-up devices. This way, you can add a desired specific function for your device to the selected pre-programmed set of remote commands, by learning that command into the required key for that device. In case none of the pre-programmed set of remote commands are suitable for your device, you can let the HTR-1 learn the remote commands for the device. You can over-write already learned commands or commands from the pre-programmed library; this does not affect the other commands already available for the selected device. NOTE The NAD HTR-1 can only learn infrared commands. It is not compatible with UHF and Ultrasonic remote controls. There are some infrared remote controls that use encoding methods, which the HTR-1 cannot learn. At least104 commands can be learned. No remote commands can be learned into the DEVICE keys (No. 3) and SHIFT key (No. 9).
To learn remote commands from the original remote control into the NAD HTR-1: 1 Position the original remote control 3 to 5 cm away from the HTR-1s Infrared receiver, located at the bottom of the remote control (see drawing), with the originals remote transmission window or LED (usually at the top) pointing towards to the HTR-1s Infrared receiver. 2 Press the POWER ON/OFF (No. 2) and MUTE keys (No. 14) together for approximately 2 seconds until STATUS LED (No.1) stays red. 3 Press the required DEVICE key (No.3); the DEVICE key will light up. 4 Using the numeric key-pad (No. 10) engage Learning Mode: Press 55551 to learn remote commands for TUNER DEVICE key. Press 55552 to learn remote commands for AMP DEVICE key. Press 55553 to learn remote commands for CD DEVICE key. Press 55554 to learn remote commands for DVD DEVICE key. Press 55555 to learn remote commands for TV DEVICE key. Press 55556 to learn remote commands for VCR DEVICE key. Press 55557 to learn remote commands for CABLE DEVICE key. Press 55558 to learn remote commands for CUSTOM DEVICE key. If the entered code is correct, the STATUS LED will flash once. If the code is wrong, the STATUS LED will flash twice. 5 Press and release the function key on the HTR-1, which you want to duplicate/learn a similar function from the original remote into; the DEVICE key flashes once. 6 Press and hold down the function key on the original remote. When the HTR-1 has finished copying the code, the STATUS LED will then flash once. Release the key on the original remote. If the STATUS LED flashes twice, an error has occurred in the learning process; repeat the learning process from step 5 onwards. 7 To program the next function key for the same device repeat steps 5-6. 8 When you have finished programming the various commands for the selected device, press the DEVICE key. The STATUS LED and DEVICE will extinguish. The remote commands have now been learned and stored, the HTR-1 is ready to be used with the device. NOTE If no key is pressed for over 10 seconds, the HTR-1 will switch back from learning mode to normal use mode. SETTING UP AND USING MACRO FUNCTION The Macro function allows you to send up to 6 remote commands with just one key press. This can be useful, for example to switch on your AV receiver, TV and DVD player, select the DVD input on the receiver and engage the DVD Play function with a single key press.
For each of the 8 devices, a Macro function can be set up: 1 Press the POWER ON/OFF (No. 2) and MUTE keys (No. 14) together for approximately 2 seconds until STATUS LED (No.1) stays red. 2 Press the required DEVICE key (No.3); the DEVICE key will light up. 3 Using the numeric key-pad (No. 10) engage Macro Setup Mode: Press 77771 to record Macros for TUNER DEVICE key. Press 77772 to record Macros for AMP DEVICE key. Press 77773 to record Macros for CD DEVICE key. Press 77774 to record Macros for DVD DEVICE key. Press 77775 to record Macros for TV DEVICE key. Press 77776 to record Macros for VCR DEVICE key. Press 77777 to record Macros for CABLE DEVICE key. Press 77778 to record Macros for CUSTOM DEVICE key. If the entered code is correct, the STATUS LED will flash once. If the code is wrong, the STATUS LED will flash twice. 4 Record your Macro by selecting the functions you wish to carry out when Macro is selected, just as if you were using the remote control. You can switch devices to have remote commands from other devices within the same Macro. 5 Press the Macro key (No. 23) to store the Macro. The STATUS LED and DEVICE key will go out and the Macro is programmed. NOTE Some devices may not be capable in executing remote commands in rapid succession. When recording your macro, this problem can be avoided by alternating each commands for the various devices, see example below.
Example With just pressing Macro for AMP as device, you wish to switch on your AV receiver, TV and DVD player; select the Video 1 input on the receiver and activate Play on the DVD player. Press the POWER ON/OFF (No. 2) and MUTE keys (No. 14) together for approximately 2 seconds until STATUS LED (No.1) stays red. Press the required AMP DEVICE key (No.3); the AMP key will light up. Using the numeric key-pad (No. 10) engage Macro Setup Mode for AMP Device: Press 77772. The STATUS LED will flash once. If the code is wrong, the STATUS LED will flash twice. Record the Macro by selecting the functions: Press POWER ON/OFF (No.2) (command for switching on AV receiver). Press SHIFT (No. 9); the STATUS LED changes to green. Press the TUNER/TV device key (No.3). The STATUS LED will change to red again. Press POWER ON/OFF (command for switching on TV). Press DVD Device key; press POWER ON/OFF (command for switching on DVD player). Press AMP Device key; press VIDEO 1 (inside No. 10) (command for switching AV receiver to Video 1 input). Press DVD Device key; press PLAY/ENTER (No. 16) (command for activating Play on DVD player. Press the Macro key (No. 23) to store the Macro. The STATUS LED and DEVICE key will go out and the Macro is programmed.
To play back a Macro, select the required device and press Macro. The macro is now executed, for each remote command send in succession, the corresponding DEVICE key will light up briefly. NOTE Set-up mode is automatically cancelled if no key is pressed for 15 seconds. RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS Sometimes it may be necessary to reset the HTR-1 to its factory default settings, for instance, if you change many components in your system or do not recall how keys were programmed. TO RESET THE NAD HTR-1 Press the POWER ON/OFF (No. 2) and SELECT keys (No. 6) together for approximately 5 seconds until STATUS LED (no.1) flashes twice. NOTE When you reset the remote to factory default settings, you will LOOSE ALL SETTINGS AND LEARNED REMOTE COMMANDS; ONCE ACTIVATED, RESET CAN NOT BE UNDONE!
(NAD) DVD VCR TV CABLE (Shift + AMP) (Shift + TUNER) (Shift + CD) (Shift + DVD) CUSTOM POWER ON/OFF AMP TUNER CD DVD CURSOR UP CURSOR DOWN CURSOR RIGHT CURSOR LEFT ENTER ZOOM SHIFT SHIFT VCR MENU C/P ,MENU VCR PROGRAM PROGRAM VCR PROGRAM + PROGRAM + TV VOLUME TV VOLUME TV VOLUME + TV VOLUME + TV or CAB VOL + TV or CAB VOL CAB PROGRAM + CAB PROGRAM CAB MENU SHIFT POWER ON/OFF POWER ON/OFF POWER ON/OFF -
AMP / VCR
TUNER / TV
CD / CABLE
DVD / CUSTOM
1 / CD
2 / AUX
3 / DISC
4 / VIDEO 1
5 / VIDEO 2
6 / VIDEO 3
7 / VIDE0 4
8 / VIDEO 5
9 / VIDEO 6
0 / TAPE
11 MENU PAUSE RESUME SKIPSKIP+ PLAY STOP AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE DISPLAY RANDOM SETUP RETURN RECORD C/P MENU STORE MENU STORE RECALL STOP DOWN PLAY FF RIGHT REW LEFT TV MUTE TV MUTE TV or CAB MUTE PAUSE UP TV/VIDEO -
AM / +10 -/
FM / TV/VIDEO
SKIP- / REW
SKIP+ / FF
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Manufacturer OSAKI OSIO OSUME OTTO VERSAND P.T ACTRON PACE PACE MSS SERIES PAEL PALCOM PALLADIUM PALSAT PANASONIC PATHE PATHECINEMA PATHEMARCONI PAUSA PENTAX PERDIO PHILCO PHILIPS PHOENIX PHONOLA PIONEER PMG PORTLAND PRANDONI-PRINCE PREMIER PRINCE PROFEX PROLINE PROSAT PROTECH PYE QUARTZ QUASAR QUELLE RADIOLA RADMOR RADIOMARELLI RADIONETTE RADIX RANK RBM RC-1000 RCA REALISTIC REDIFFUSION REVOX REX ROADSTAR ROBERTS ROBOTRON ROWSONIC RTF SABA SAISHO SAKURA SALORA SAMBERS SAMPO SAMSUNG SANSUI SANYO SATECO SATPROTNER SBR SCHAUB LORENZ SCHNEIDER SCHNEIDER F SCIEN TIFIC ATLANTA SEG SEI SEI-SINUDYNE SELECO SENTRA SHARP SHINTOM SHORAI SIAREM
ID code 3431
Manufacturer SICATEL SIEMENS SIERA SILVA SILVER SINGER SINOTEC SINTRACK SINUDYNE SOLAVOX SONOKO SONOLOR SONY SOUND WAVE STANDARD STARCOM STARSAT STELLA STERN STRONG STS STUDER STV SUNKAI SUPERTECH SYLVANIA SYMPHONIC T+A ELECTROTANDBERG TANDY TASHIKO TATUNG TEAC TEC TECHNICS TECHNISAT TEKNIKA TELEAVIA TELECOM TELEFUNKEN TELEMAX TELETECH TELETON TELEVIDEON TENOSAL TENSAI TESLA THOMSON THORN THORN-FERGUSON TOSHIBA TOTEVISION TRANS CONTINENS TRIACL TRIAD TRIUMPH UHER ULTRAVOX UNIDEN UNITED CABLE UNITECH UNIVERSUM UNIVOX UTAX VECO VEGAVOX VESTEL VICTOR VIDION VIDIO WAY VISIOPASS VORTEC VOXSON WARDS WALTHAM WATSON WATT RADIO WEGA WEGA COLOR
ID code 4204
Manufacturer WEGAVOX WESTMINSTER CABLE WHITE WESTINGHOUSE WINERSAT WINTERNITZ WISI WOLSEY YAMAHA YOKO ZANUSSI ZEHNDER ZENDER ZENITH ZOPPAS
ID code 4224 4230
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