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GeordieExile 3:41am on Thursday, October 28th, 2010 
very good value great price; small footprint; good picture on both blu-ray and standard dvds; remote also works on non-Sony tv; plugged into router a... Was a Christmas present and the person the gift was for saw it on the porch with pictures of what it was. Looks great when it works, it truly is a Blu Ray player, just not a very good one considering the price. Looks.
r.knecht 2:55pm on Sunday, September 5th, 2010 
"Great image, beautiful picture. Would like to use the BD-live features but how do you connect to a wireless internet with an RJ45 lan port?
smarti 4:14am on Sunday, August 15th, 2010 
Got the unit, updated the firmware, plugged it in, and changed a few of the audio and video settings to fit my preferences. Bad idea.
cbrigham 11:32am on Saturday, July 31st, 2010 
For $ this is probably the best bargain out there. I know it is not cheap - but - at under $300 it is a steal. Blu-ray picture is clean.
photonic 4:03pm on Friday, June 25th, 2010 
This is my first blu-ray player. It works perfectly and my daughter loves the Disney movies that came with it. It is an excellent deal.
alfisher 8:55am on Tuesday, June 1st, 2010 
Got it from Bydig for 127 - you may see much better deal in 2010.I have Sony BDP-BX2 from Costco and it came with backlit remote and HDMI cable.
sylvsteph 4:52pm on Monday, May 3rd, 2010 
"Great image, beautiful picture. Would like to use the BD-live features but how do you connect to a wireless internet with an RJ45 lan port?
barneskd 3:00pm on Saturday, May 1st, 2010 
Great deal for the price. If you need a basic Blu-ray player then you have it right here. Newegg service and shipping is the best around, as always. This is my First Blu Ray Player but, I tend to know much on the techie side of things. I did A LOT OF RESEARCH before I bought this player. Works great ; Load times are just fine despite others opinions ; Simple and Sleek ; Nice Remote Layout and has volume that work with Sony LCD TV Price...
derado 12:02am on Wednesday, March 24th, 2010 
unhelpful audio settings A great player overall, and I think it does an excellent job of upscaling. Not the fastest load time but not unbearably slow.

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Documents

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FM tuner section

Tuning range Antenna terminals 87.5 - 108.0 MHz 75 ohms, unbalanced

Video section

Inputs Video: Outputs Video: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms
Intermediate Frequency 10.7 MHz Sensitivity Mono: Stereo: Usable sensitivity S/N Mono: Stereo: 18.3 dBf, 2.2 V/75 ohms 38.3 dBf, 22.5 V/75 ohms 11.2 dBf, 1 V/75 ohms 76 dB 70 dB

General

Power requirements
U, CA, MX CEL, CEK SP E2/E3 AU
120 V AC, 60 Hz 230 V AC, 50/60 Hz V AC, 50/60 Hz 120/220/240 V AC, 50/60 Hz 240 V AC, 50Hz
Harmonic distortion at 1 kHz Mono: 0.3% Stereo: 0.5% Separation Frequency response Selectivity 45 dB at 1 kHz 30 Hz 15 kHz, +0.5/2 dB 60 dB at 400 kHz

Power consumption

Area code Power consumption

U, MX CA E2/E3

185 W 270 VA 190 W

CEL, CEK, SP, AU 180 W

AM tuner section
Tuning range Models of area code U, CA With 10-kHz tuning scale: kHz5) With 9-kHz tuning scale: kHz5) Models of area code E2/E3 With 10-kHz tuning scale: kHz5) With 9-kHz tuning scale: kHz5) Models of area code CEL, CEK, SP, AU With 9-kHz tuning scale: kHz Models of area code MX With 10-kHz tuning scale: kHz
Power consumption (during standby mode) 0.3 W Dimensions 298 mm (16 7/6/6/8 inches) including projecting parts and controls 7.2 kg (15 lb 14 oz)

Mass (Approx.)

Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. Abbreviation CA : Canadian model. CEL : AEP model. CEK : UK model. SP : Singapore model. (Malaysia model included.) MX : Mexican model. AU : Australian model

SAFETY CHECK-OUT

After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer: Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, metallized knobs, screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check leakage as described below.
Notes on chip component replacement Never reuse a disconnected chip component. Notice that the minus side of a tantalum capacitor may be damaged by heat. Unleaded solder Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the leadfree mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead. (Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with the lead free mark due to their particular size.)

LEAKAGE

The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having a return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes). Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods. 1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers instructions to use these instruments. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245 digital multimeter is suitable for this job. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a VOM or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The limit indication is 0.75 V, so analog meters must have an accurate low-voltage scale. The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are examples of a passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated digital multimeters that have a 2V AC range are suitable. (See Fig. A)

4. EXPLODED VIEWS 27

4-1. Front Panel Section 27 4-2. Chassis Section 28
5. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST 29
STR-DE495P/K750P SECTION 1 GENERAL

ALPHABETICAL ORDER

This section is extracted from instruction manual.
PHONES (jack) wh (20, 25, 45) PRESET TUNING +/ ws (30, 48) TUNER FM/AM q; (20, 29, 30, 33) TUNING +/ wd (29) VIDEO (20) VIDEO (20)

NUMBERS AND SYMBOLS

MAIN MENU qf (15, 26, 27, 33, 34, 51) MASTER VOLUME qs (18, 20, 44) MD/TAPE 8 (20) MEMORY wg (28, 30) MENU +/ qh (15, 26, 27, 33, 34, 51) MENU </> qj (15, 26, 27, 33, 34, 51) MOVIE (button/indicator) ql (23, 45) MUSIC (button/indicator) qk (23, 24, 45)
SURROUND (button/indicator) w; (EXCEPT US, Canadian model) A. F. D (button/indicator) w; (US, Canadian model) (22 24) CD 9 (20) DIMMER 3 (21) DISPLAY 2 (21, 31, 46) Display qa (21) DVD 7 (20) ENTER qg (33, 35) FM MODE wf (29) INPUT MODE qd (20) IR (receptor) 4 (36, 46)
2CH (button/indicator) wa (22, 24, 27) ?/1 (power) 1 (14, 19, 27, 28, 35, 48)

9 q; qa

wa w; ql qk

qgqf qd

STR-DE495P/K750P SECTION 2 TEST MODE

FACTORY PRESET MODE

* All preset contents are reset to the default setting. * Procedure: While depressing the FM MODE and the PRESET TUNING buttons simultaneously, press the ?/1 button again. The message FACTORY appears and the present contents are reset to the default values. 4. Press the VIDEO1 button, All segments and all LEDS turn off. 5. Every pressing of the VIDEO1 button turns on each segment and LED one after another in the same order. (Not only the VIDEO1 button, but also the other buttons such as VIDEO2 , DVD , MD/TAPE , CD and TUNER FM/AM can be used.)
AM CHANNEL STEP 9 KHZ/10 KHZ SELECTION MODE
* Either the 9 kHz step or 10 kHz step can be selected for the AM channel step. * Procedure: Set the FUNCTION to AM. Turn off the main power. While depressing the TUNING+ button or the PRESET TUNING + button, press the ?/1 button to turn on the main power. Either the message 9 k STEP or 10 k STEP appears. Select the desired step. * For US/Canadian/E model only

SOUND FIELD CLEAR MODE

* The preset sound field is cleared when this mode is activated. Use this mode before returning the product to clients upon completion of repair. * Procedure: While depressing the 2CH button, press the ?/1 button to turn on the main power. The message SF. CLR. appears and initialization is performed.

SOFTWARE VERSION DISPLAY MODE
* The software version is displayed. * Procedure: While depressing the FM MODE and the DVD buttons simultaneously, press the ?/1 button to turn on the main power. The model name, destination and the software version are displayed.
SPEAKER SIZE SELECTION MODE
*Either Normal Speaker or Micro Satellite Speaker can be selected. *Procedure: While depressing the MAIN MENU button, press the ?/1 button to turn the main power. Either the message NORM. SP. or MICRO SP. is displayed. Select the desired speaker size.

KEY CHECK MODE

* Button check * Procedure: While depressing the MUSIC and the TUNING buttons simultaneously, press the power ?/1 button to turn on the main power. REST 25 appears. Every pressing of any button other than ?/1 counts down the buttons. The buttons which are already counted once are not counted again. When all buttons are pressed REST 00 appears.
FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE TEST MODE
* All fluorescent segments are tested. When this test is activated, all segments turn on at the same time, then each segment turns on one after another. * Procedure: While depressing the FM MODE and the MD/TAPE buttons simultaneously, press the ?/1 button to turn on the main power. 1. All segments turn on.
SP SPA SPB DDDIGITALEXDDPROLOGIC II DTS-ES NEO : 6 MPEG-2 AAC MEMORY OPT COAX MULTI CH IN 12 D.RANGE EQ STEREO MONO RDS SLEEP L C R dB LFE SW kHz mft. SL SSB SR MHz

AUTOBETICAL MODE

* This mode is installed in the Europe models only. When this mode is used, the receiver scans the broadcasts that can be received by the tuner, and sets up the broadcasts. Be sure to start scanning after connecting the antenna. * Procedure: 1. Check that the antenna is connected. 2. Press the ?/1 button to turn on the power while pressing the MEMORY button. 3. The message appears and the receiver starts scanning.

2CH , SURROUND

, MOVIE and MUSIC LED turn on.
2. Press the VIDEO button, confirm display.
SPA SPB L R COAX EX II -ES NEO : D.RANGE EQ -2 MONO dB Hz ft. MEMORY
COMMAND MODE SELECTION MODE
* The command mode (AV1 or AV2) of the remote commander can be selected. * Procedure: 1. While depressing the ENTER button, press the ?/1 button to turn on the main power. 2. The message C.MODE.AV 1 or C.MODE.AV 2 appears for a moment. Select the desired mode.
2CH and MOVIE LED turn on. 3. Press the VIDEO button, confirm display
A. F. D is used in US and Canadian models.

IC201 ANALOG SOUND PROCESSOR

L OUT 54 Q361 MUTING

60 RECL2
J404 VIDEO 2 AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT VIDEO 1 AUDIO IN J201 MONITOR VIDEO OUT VIDEO IN VIDEO 1 VIDEO OUT VIDEO 2 DVD VIDEO IN VIDEO IN JV1 OUT 5 VDVD SWD204 SWJ1101 D203 COAXIAL DVD IN IC5 ICSW4 IC1101 DIGITAL AUDIO I/F RECEIVER 5 DIN2 IC7 DIGITAL IC1105 OPTICAL VIDEO 2 IN OPTICAL IN 4 DIN1 CK OUT 13 BCK 14 LRCK 15 IC1201 AUDIO DSP 22 KFSIBCKILRCKI2 SCK OUT 14 BCKO 20 LRCKO 19 IC1 IC1501 AUDIO CODEC 29 LIN30 LIN+ 39 MCLKI 4 BCLK 5 LRCK R OUTSDISDODATAO 16 DDO 36 DI 38 CLK 37 CE 34 ERROR 17 XSTATE 48 XMODE 47 CKSEL1 XIN 22 XOUT 21 AUDIO GPGPHD OUT 33 HD IN 34 HCLK 36 HCS 32 HACN 113 PM 56 BST 2 XRST X1101 12.288MHz 59 EXLOCK MCLKMCLKX1201 13.59MHz SRAM 43 CDT1 ICCCLK 41 CS 17 PD 3 S.MUTE Q1601,1602 MUTING CONT 30 SDI2 SDOSDO9 SDTO 6 SDTISDTISDTIDATA 27 CLK 29 LATCH (ANALOG SIGNAL) 25 SWIN2 L OUT24 CIN2 L OUTL OUT20 LIN2 SW88 SW3 IC103 VIDEO SELECT 1 M.OUT 13 V1 SW89 SW2 SW90 SWINLINLRECL1

SL OUT 41 Q365 MUTING

C OUT 36 Q363 MUTING

14 BAL L+

SW OUT SLIN2 Q364 MUTING

Q379 MUTING SWITCH

IC1604 EEPROM SDA DSCL 6

HD OUT

F.MUTING

XSTATE

CKSEL1

ANA/DIG

R-CH is omitted due to same as L-CH. Signal Path : FM : CD(ANALOG INPUT) : DVD (DIGITAL INPUT)

33 MDMD2 51

+3.3V CNS3 MD0 VDD MD2 FLASH 1 FLASH 2 RESET FOR FLASH PROGRAMMING
IC1601(2/3) SYSTEM CONTROL

FLASH FLASH 2 27

DISPLAY/POWER Section
R-CH IC701 POWER AMP +V OUTQ701,702 LIMITER L R-CH is omitted due to same as L-CH Signal Path : FM 8 IN2 NFRYMUTING -V OUTIC702 POWER AMP +V OUTQ651,652 LIMITER SL 8 IN2 NFRY601 Q640 AF POWER PROTECT Q654 BOOSTER Q655,656 CURRENT DETECT D733 Q610 RELAY DRIVE C CENTER Q653 BOOSTER R-CH SPEAKERS TM601 SR SURROUND SL Q704 BOOSTER Q705,706 CURRENT DETECT Q740 AF POWER PROTECT D731 Q710 RELAY DRIVE R-CH R Q703 BOOSTER Q790 RELAY DRIVE TM602 L FRONT J791 PHONES RY791

1 MUTING -V OUT2 11

POWER AMP IC501 +V OUT 6 Q501,502 LIMITER C 1 IN+ IN- 2 RY501 Q540 AF POWER PROTECT -V OUT 5 Q504 BOOSTER Q505,506 CURRENT DETECT D721 +2.5V 5 +2.5V REG IC1903 AUDIO OUT SUB WOOFER +5V +5V 3 REG 1 D902-905 T901 D734 Q550 RELAY DRIVE +3.3V 2 Q503 BOOSTER

IC1901 +3.3V REG 4

FL101 FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE 5 IC401 7
Q722,723,725 PROTECT SWITCH RY560

IC100 FL DRIVE SWSWSW3 3

Q560 RELAY DRIVE D102-105 Q747,748 POWER MUTING

SEG1-16 GRID1-12

D802 +B -B POWER AMP -B 2 IC5 ICFL101 -30V Q801 -30V REG D820-823 RELAY +B AUDIO +7V 1 IC801 +7V REG IC802 AUDIO -7V FUSE DETECT 55 AUDIO +5V IC102 REMOTE 1 CONTROL RECEIVER 3 IC1503 +5V REG 1 VIDEO +5V -7V REG IC807 +5V REG ICS901 VOLTAGE SELECTOR 2 F1 FFE MODEL 3 Q691,692 -B SWITCH

IC101 BUFFER

+3.3V 63

DIN FL_STB CLK

Q471 +3.3V REG

AC MUTING

PROTECTOR

HEADPHONE RELAY

PREOUT/FRONT RELAY

REAR RELAY

CENTER RELAY

WOOFER RELAY

HP DETECT

SIRCS 54

SYSTEM CONTROL IC1601(3/3)
AEP,UK IC1905 TUNER +3.3V 3 +3.3V 1 REG

VIDEO -5V

-5V REG IC1902

TUNER +10V

+10V REG IC1904

AVCC 35 VCCVCC5 23

POWER RELAY POWER KEY
+3.3V(STBY) 3 ICRESET 2 Q921 AC DET
+3.3V 1 REG D910-913 T902 AC IN D914 D915 RY901 Q901 RELAY DRIVE

RSTX 77 STOP 48

VOL(B)

VOL(A)

X1601 16MHz
3 FUNCTION KEY S100-106 FUNCTION KEY S110-115 FUNCTION KEY S120-125 FUNCTION KEY S130-135

1 S152 ?/1

ENCODER RV102 MASTER VOLUME
3-3. Printed Wiring Board DIGITAL Board (SIDE A)
See page 7 for Circuit Boards Location. : Uses unleaded solder.

IC1101 IC1202

IC1102

IC1201

Semiconductor

Location

Ref. No. D1101 D1601 IC1101 IC1102 IC1201 IC1202 IC1501 IC1502 IC1552 IC1601 IC1602 IC1604 Q1601 Q1602 Location C-2 D-5 B-2 B-1 C-3 B-3 D-2 D-2 D-2 D-4 D-5 D-5 D-4 D-5

EXCEPT US,CND

IC1501

IC1601

IC1502

IC1552

IC1602

IC1604

3-4. Printed Wiring Board DIGITAL Board (SIDE B)

ANTENNA

TO MAIN BOARD CNP911 (Page 14)

FM 75 COAXIAL

TUNER PACK
TO VIDEO BOARD CNS250 (Page 21)

IC1905

EXCEPT E

AEP,UK

IC1902
CNS7 15P:AEP,UK 11P:EXCEPT AEP,UK

IC1105

FOR FLASH PROGRAMING

OPTICAL

IC1901 IC1903

IC1904

COAXIAL
Ref. No. D1001 D1501 D1502 IC1105 IC1503 IC1901 IC1902 IC1903 IC1904 IC1905 Location C-5 C-5 C-5 A-6 D-4 B-1 A-1 B-1 B-1 A-1
TO DISPLAY BOARD CNS100 (Page 19)

IC1503

TO MAIN BOARD CNP502 (Page 14)
TO STANDBY BOARD CNP912 (Page 18)
TO MAIN BOARD CNP501 (Page 14)
3-5. Schematic Diagram DIGITAL Section (1/2)
See page 7 for Waveforms. See page 23 for IC Block Diagrams.
C1111 0.1 C1112 0.01 R1115 10k

C1129 0.001

IC1105 TORX141L

RC1121 0.1

JR1122 *3 R1101 10k

R1110 1k

JR1115 *3 R1113 1k IC1101 LC89056W-E FB1102 0

3-8. Schematic Diagram MAIN Section (1/3) See page 24 for IC Block Diagrams.
J404 6P CC07 *2 CC57 *2 R407 1k R457 1k
C407 2.2 50V C492 50V C491 50V C482 4.7 50V C481 4.7 50V C484 4.7 50V C483 4.7 50V C494 4.7 50V

R373 1k

Q361 2SC3576-AC R361 4.7k C371 0.022 C372 0.022 R362 4.7k Q362 2SC3576-AC

C457 2.2 50V

R363 100k

CC06 *2 CC56 *2

R406 1k R456 1k
C406 2.2 50V C456 2.2 50V C464 0.1 C493 4.7 50V C16V C485 4.7 50V C486 4.7 C496 4.7 C455 2.2 50V IC201 M61527FP 50V 50V

R360 100k R374 1k

CC08 *2 CC58 *2 C500 2200p

R408 1k R458 1k

C408 2.2 50V C458 2.2 50V C405 2.2 50V
J403 4P CC05 *2 CC55 *2 R405 1k R455 1k

R375 1k

Q363 2SC3576-AC R379 4.7k C373 0.022
C495 4.7 50V C50V C488 C16V

R367 100k

CC04 R404 *2 1k CC54 *2 C700 2200p R454 1k
C404 2.2 50V C454 2.2 50V

R368 47k

C374 0.022 R366 10k Q364 2SC3576-AC Q365 2SC3576-AC
C467 0.1 J402 4P CC09 *2 CC59 *2 R409 1k R459 1k C409 4.7 50V C459 4.7 50V C497 100p C489 100p C490 100p

R376 1k

R377 1k

R371 100k

R369 4.7k C375 0.022 C376 0.022

CC02 *2 CC52 *2

R402 1k R452 1k
C402 2.2 50V C452 2.2 50V

R372 100k R378 1k

50V 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V
R370 4.7k Q366 2SC3576-AC
C800 2200p J405 1P R469 1k RY560 C400 0.1 50V

C413 2.2 50V

C433 2.2 50V

R410 47k

R430 47k R472 1k R471 1k

C414 2.2

C415 2.2

C416 2.2

C417 2.2

C418 2.2

C419 2.2
R470 47k Q560 2SC2785TP-FEK

R475 2.2k

R380 100k R476 100

R477 100

R532 4.7k

R478 100

Q471 2SC3576-AC

D560 1SS133T-72

R533 47k

R802 220

3-9. Schematic Diagram MAIN Section (2/3)
See page 23 for IC Block Diagrams.
Q747 BN1F4M-TP IC701 R742 47k C717 47p Q701 2SA1115TP-EF R744 22k R710 2.2k C701 4.7 50V C651 4.7 50V RR719 4.7k C720 220p Q705 2SA988TP -PAFAEA Q740 2SC1815 GR-TPE2 R1W CN792 4P CNP791 5P
J791 R740 22k R748 *6 C742 D740 0.01 1SS133T-72 C50V R746 22k R1W R791 4.7k RY701 L701 Q790 2SC2785TP-FEK RY791 D791 1SS133T-72 C792 0.1

R473 4.7k

R806 22k
R804 5.6k C35V C35V D801 HZS30-1LTA

C71V C71P

R560 10k

IC401 NJM4565DD

R499 47k

C472 4.7 50V

C806 0.22 100V

CNP915 4P

CNP502 9P IC801 CNP906 4P

C811 0.1 IC802 M5F79M07L

CNP905 4P D820 11ES2-NTA2B C810 0.1

D823 11ES2-NTA2B C25V

CNP903 3P R810 *7 R812 0.22 1/2W RY901 Q901 2SC2785TP-FEK C813 0.1 C814 0.1 C16V D910 11ES2-NTA2B D911 11ES2-NTA2B C920 0.1 CNP901 VH 2P JW906 D912 11ES2-NTA2B R923 10k R922 33k C923 0.47 50V R921 47k D913 11ES2-NTA2B D914 1SS133T-72 D915 1SS133T-72

R901 3.3M

C10V R479 2.2k

D896 AK04V1

F901 *1

CNP902 2P

CNP911 14P
D905 11ES2-NTA2B C901 0.1 C16V D902 11ES2-NTA2B R910 0.33

D821 11ES2-NTA2B

D822 11ES2-NTA2B

R903 4.7k

R902 47k

S901 JW905

R904 1

D901 ISS133T-72

C830 0.1

D904 11ES2-NTA2B

D903 11ES2-NTA2B

C921 0.1

CNP912 3P

Q921 2SC2785TP-FEK

3-11. Printed Wiring Board POWER Section

2 US,CND EXCEPT E 1

E EXCEPT E
TO MAIN BOARD CN792 (Page 14)
TO DIGITAL BOARD CNP5 (Page 11)

PHONES

Ref. No. D820 D821 D822 D823 D901 D910 D911 D912 D913 D914 D915 Q901 Q921 Location D-4 C-4 D-4 D-4 C-4 B-5 B-4 B-5 B-5 B-4 B-5 C-4 C-4

T1 POWER TRANSFORMER

TO MAIN BOARD CNP915 (Page 14)
TO MAIN BOARD CNP802 (Page 14)
TO MAIN BOARD CNP801 (Page 14)
3-12. Printed Wiring Board DISPLAY Board
TO VOLUME BOARD CNP104 (Page 21)

IC100 IC102

FLUORESCENT INDICATOR TUBE

DISPLAY

DIMMER
FM/AM TO DIGITAL BOARD CNS4 (Page 11)
TO POWER BOARD CNP102 (Page 21)

MAIN MENU

INPUT MODE
Ref. No. D102 D103 D104 D105 IC100 IC101 IC102 Location D-6 D-7 D-8 D-8 B-6 B-4 B-11
3-13. Schematic Diagram DISPLAY Section

C108 0.1 50V

C140 220p

C136 220p

C135 220p

C132 220p

C133 220p

C134 220p

C137 220p

C138 220p

C141 220p

C142 220p

C139 220p

C143 220p

C109 0.1 50V R199 1

R198 1

CE 37 CL 38 MICROCOMPUTER INTERFACE XSEL 39 SAMPLING FREQUENCY

C BIT DETECT

PA/PB DETECT

24 AUDIO 23 EMPHA

LOCK DETECT MODE SELECT
MODE0 MODE1 DGND DVDD DOSEL0 DOSEL1

DATA DEMODULATOR

TIMING
XIN XOUT XMCK DVDD DGND XSTATE DATAO LRCK BCK CKOUT
CKSELCKSELXMODE 48 SYSTEM RESET INPUT CIRCUIT PLL

DOUT DINO

DGND DVDD

R VIN LPF

PRE DRIVE 7

AVDD AGND

PRE DRIVE DRIVE 14 15
IC501 STK350-230 (MAIN BOARD)
IC701, IC702 PC2581V-S (MAIN BOARD)

TR3 TR1

BIAS CIRCUIT

INPUT NF

TR2 TR4 R2

REG DRIVE 3 4

+VOUT1 VOUT1 COMP1

IN2 NF2 COMP2

-VEOUT +VEOUT VSS GND VCC
9 R9 TR8 SUB R4 TR5 R3 D4 D1 D2 R5 R8 R7 D3 TR7 TR6 R6
IC101 MC74ACT08N (DISPLAY BOARD)
1A 1 1B 2 1Y 3 2A 4 2B 5 2Y 6 GND 7

VOUT2 +VOUT2

14 VCC 13 4B 12 4A 11 4Y 10 3B 9 3A 8 3Y

VCC1 VCC2

IC201 M61527FP (MAIN BOARD)

SRSELOUT

RSELOUT

LSELOUT

64 INL10/RECLINR10/RECRAVEE 67 INLINRINLINRINL7 72
SLVIN 39 SLSELOUT 38 CSELOUT 37 CVIN 36 COUT 35 SWOUT 34 SWVIN 33 SWSELOUT

INLINIRINLINRINLINRINL1

MCU I/F

INR7 73

32 GND 31 AVCC 30 DVDD 29 LATCH 28 DATA 27 CLOCK 26 DGND 25 SWIN2

BALANCE L/+ GND

BALANCE L/-

BALANCE R/+ GND

BALANCE R/-

CLK DATA LATCH

IC103 NJM2595D (VIDEO BOARD)

SW2 10

75 Driver

6dB Amp

GND 12

SW1 14

VI.OUT 15

1 M.OUT

VCC 16
3-17. IC Pin Function Descriptions
IC1601 MB9047BPF-G-138-BND (SYSTEM CONTROL)
Pin No. Pin Name DATAO GP9 BST HCS HACN XRST PM PD SMUTE CDT1 VSS SCL CS DATA CLK LATCH SPK B RELAY HDOUT HDIN HCLK F.MUTE AC MUTE VCC5 ANA/DIG HP DETECT NC FLASH2 FLASH1 NC NC NC NC SCL SDA AVCC AVRH AVSS A/D0 A/D1 A/D2 A/D3 VSS RDS SIGNAL MODEL VERSION BLUE LED CRYSTAL SEL STOP MD0 MD1 I/O I I O O I O O O O O O O O O O O I O O O O I I O O I/O I/O I I I I I I I I O I I I Audio data signal input from DIR GP9 signal input from DSP BST signal output to DSP HCS signal output to DSP HACN signal input from DSP Reset signal output to DSP PM signal output to DSP Power down signal output to AUDIO CODEC Muting signal output to AUDIO CODEC Control data signal output to AUDIO CODEC Ground terminal Clock signal output to AUDIO CODEC Chip select signal output to AUDIO CODEC Control data signal output to the sound processor Clock signal output to the sound processor Latch signal output to the sound processor Not used HDOUT signal input from DSP HDIN signal output to DSP Clock signal output to DSP Muting signal output Muting signal output to the power amplifier Power supply Muting and error signal input Headphone switch detect signal input Not used Terminal for FLASH programming Terminal for FLASH programming Not used Not used Not used Not used Serial clock output Serial data input or output Analog power supply Analog reference voltage input Analog ground terminal Function key push signal input Function key push signal input Function key push signal input Function key push signal input Ground terminal RDS signal detect input Version setting input (MODEL) Version setting input (DESTINATION) Not used Short to ground terminal AC off detect signal input Operation mode setting input Operation mode setting input Description

Pin No. 99 100

Pin Name MD2 RDS CLOCK RDS DATA SIRCS FUSE DETECT POWER KEY JOG (B) JOG (A) VOL (B) VOL (A) DIN CLK FL STB NC POWER RELAY PROTECTOR HEADPHONE RELAY WOOFER RELAY REAR RELAY CENTRE RELAY PREOUT/FRONT RELAY R1 RELAY TUNED STEREO MUTE DO RSTX SLATCH X1A X0A VSS X0 X1 VCC3 REMOTE SEL NC SW4 SW3 SW2 SW1 SELECT1 NC XMODE CKSEL 1 CLK CE DI DO ERROR XSTATE
I/O I O O I I I I I I I O O O O I O O O O O O O O O I I O O O O O O O O O O O O I I I Operation mode setting input RDS clock signal output (Not used) RDS data signal output (Not used)

Description

Data signal input from the remote control sensor Fuse detect signal input Power switch key detect signal input Jog dial signal input from the rotary encoder Jog dial signal input from the rotary encoder Jog dial signal input from the rotary encoder Jog dial signal input from the rotary encoder Data signal output to the FL tube driver Clock signal output to the FL tube driver Strobe signal output to the FL tube driver Control A1 signal output Power relay control signal output Protector status detect signal input Headphone relay control signal output Woofer relay control signal output Rear speaker relay control signal output Centre speaker relay control signal output Front speaker relay control signal output Bridgeable relay control Tuning a frequency signal input from the tuner Stereo tuning signal input from the tuner Muting signal output to the tuner Frequency data signal input from the tuner System reset Latch signal output to the tuner Not used Not used Ground terminal Connection for a crystal resonator Connection for a crystal resonator Power supply Short to ground terminal Not used Video select control signal output Video select control signal output Video select control signal output Video muting control signal output Optical in selector control signal output Not used Reset signal output to DIR CKSEL control signal to DIR Clock signal output to DIR Chip enable signal output to DIR Data signal output to DIR Data signal input from DIR PLL error muting signal input from DIR XSTATE data signal input from DIR

STR-DE495P/K750P SECTION 4 EXPLODED VIEWS
NOTE: -XX, -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some differences from the original one. Items marked * are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. The mechanical parts with no reference number in the exploded views are not supplied. Abbreviation CND : Canadian model SP : Singapore model (Malaysia model included) MX : Mexican model AUS : Australian model

Ver 1.1

The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. Les composants identifis par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi.

4-1. Front Panel Section

not supplied
#1 not supplied chassis section
including RV102 not supplied

Ref. No. 4 6

Part No. 4-232-113-01 4-232-113-12 4-977-358-01 X-4955-171-1 X-4955-215-1
Description KNOB (VOL) (US) KNOB (VOL) (EXCEPT US) CUSHION FRONT PANEL ASSY (US) FRONT PANEL ASSY (CND)

Remarks

Ref. No. #1 #2
Part No. A-4731-177-A 4-210-291-01 4-210-291-11 4-245-939-01 4-245-939-21
Description DISPLAY BOARD,COMPLETE SCREW (CASE 3 TP2) (US) SCREW (CASE 3 TP2) (EXCEPT US) CASE (US) CASE (EXCEPT US)
X-4955-217-1 FRONT PANEL ASSY (E,SP,MX,AUS) X-4955-225-1 FRONT PANEL ASSY (AEP,UK) 4-951-620-01 SCREW (2.6X8), +BVTP
1-773-164-11 WIRE (FLAT TYPE)(21 CORE) 7-685-646-79 SCREW +BVTP 3X8 TYPE2 IT-3 7-685-645-79 SCREW +BVTP 3X6 TYPE2 N-S
Please use it, bending like an original article and processing it.

4-2. Chassis Section

#1 not supplied
Q603 not supplied #3 #3 not supplied Q604

Q754 Q753 Q654

Q653 Q704 Q703 Q504 Q503

#2 #1 not supplied

#2 F901

#2 not supplied

not supplied #2 not supplied #2 not supplied
Ref. No. 55 * 65 Part No. 4-232-237-01 4-977-358-01 X-4953-448-1 1-686-904-11 3-905-609-01 3-703-244-00 1-696-847-11 1-777-071-23 1-783-532-11 4-956-370-12 A-4731-175-A 1-769-937-11 1-773-001-11 1-693-577-22 1-693-578-12 1-693-578-22 1-693-580-22 A-4731-171-A A-4731-280-A A-4731-422-A A-4731-180-A A-4731-282-A A-4731-423-A A-4731-426-A A-4731-429-A Description FOOT (DIA. 30) CUSHION FOOT ASSY STANDBY BOARD SCREW (TRANSISTOR) BUSHING (2104), CORD CORD, POWER (AUS) CORD, POWER (AEP,UK,E,SP) CORD, POWER (US,CND,MX) BAND, PLUG FIXED (UK,AUS)

Part No. 3-701-748-00 1-532-464-31 1-576-193-11 8-749-010-25 8-749-010-26 8-749-010-25 8-749-010-26 8-749-010-25 8-749-010-26 8-749-010-25 8-749-010-26 8-749-010-25 8-749-010-26 1-437-998-11 1-439-607-11 1-437-999-11 1-439-547-11 1-439-548-11 7-685-646-79 7-685-645-79
Description CLAMP FUSE T2.5AL/250V (AEP,UK,E,SP,AUS) FUSE 6.3A/125V (US,CND,MX) IC MN2488-OPY-M IC MP1620-OPY-M IC MN2488-OPY-M IC MP1620-OPY-M IC MN2488-OPY-M IC MP1620-OPY-M IC MN2488-OPY-M IC MP1620-OPY-M IC MN2488-OPY-M IC MP1620-OPY-M POWER TRANSFORMER (US,MX) POWER TRANSFORMER (CND) POWER TRANSFORMER (AEP,UK) POWER TRANSFORMER (SP,AUS) POWER TRANSFORMER (E) SCREW +BVTP 3X8 TYPE2 IT-3 SCREW +BVTP 3X6 TYPE2 N-S Remarks
Ref. No. FF901 Q503 Q504 Q603 Q604 Q653 Q654 Q703 Q704 Q753 QTTTTT901 #1 #2 #3
VIDEO BOARD,COMPLETE WIRE (FLAT TYPE) (11 CORE) (EXCEPT AEP,UK) WIRE (FLAT TYPE) (15 CORE) (AEP,UK) TUNER (US,CND,E,MX) TUNER (UK) TUNER (AEP) TUNER (SP,AUS) MAIN BOARD,COMPLETE (US,CND) MAIN BOARD,COMPLETE (AEP,UK,AUS) MAIN BOARD,COMPLETE (E,SP,MX) DIGITAL BOARD,COMPLETE (US,CND) DIGITAL BOARD,COMPLETE (AUS) DIGITAL BOARD,COMPLETE (SP) DIGITAL BOARD,COMPLETE (E) DIGITAL BOARD,COMPLETE (MX)
7-685-880-09 SCREW +BVTT 4X6 (S)
A-4731-431-A DIGITAL BOARD,COMPLETE (AEP,UK) 1-575-662-31 WIRE (FLAT TYPE) (5 CORE)
SECTION 5 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
NOTE: Due to standardization, replacements in the parts list may be different from the parts specified in the diagrams or the components used on the set. -XX, -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some difference from the original one. Items marked * are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. RESISTORS All resistors are in ohms. METAL: metal-film resistor METAL OXIDE: Metal Oxide-film resistor F: nonflammable COILS uH: H CAPACITORS: uF: F SEMICONDUCTORS In each case, u: , for example: uA.: A. , uPA. , PA. , uPB. , PB. , uPC. , PC. , uPD., PD. Abbreviation CND : Canadian model SP : Singapore model (Malaysia model included) MX : Mexican model AUS : Australian model

STR-DE495P/K750P DIGITAL

When indicating parts by reference number, please include the board name. The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. Les composants identifis par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi.

< FERRITE BEAD > FB1101 FB1102 FB1104 FB1105 FB1201 FB1202 FB1203 FB1204 FB1501 FB1502 1-414-813-11 1-414-813-11 1-469-152-11 1-469-152-11 1-414-813-11 1-414-813-11 1-469-152-11 1-469-152-11 1-414-813-11 1-414-813-11 FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE FERRITE 0UH 0UH 0UH 0UH 0UH 0UH 0UH 0UH 0UH 0UH 0UH 0 0
FB1601 1-414-813-11 FERRITE FB1602 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP FB1603 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP < IC >

1/10W 1/10W

1-126-964-11 ELECT 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1-164-156-11 1-164-156-11 1-126-935-11 1-126-935-11 1-164-156-11 1-126-935-11 1-164-156-11 1-126-935-11 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP CERAMIC CHIP ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP ELECT CERAMIC CHIP
IC1101 IC1102 IC1105 IC1201 IC1202 IC1501 IC1502 IC1503 IC1552 IC1601 IC1602 IC1604 IC1901 IC1902 IC1903 IC1904 IC1905
8-759-825-15 8-759-242-70 6-600-014-01 8-759-698-76 8-759-538-16 6-703-705-01 8-759-710-97 8-759-231-53 8-759-710-97 6-802-541-01 6-702-913-01 8-759-641-86 6-701-887-02 8-759-231-57 8-759-390-42
IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC IC
LC89056W-E TC7WU04F(TE12R) TORX141L(VIDEO2 IN) CXD9617R IS61LV6416-10TT(ISSI) AK4527B NJM4565M(TE2) M5F7805L NJM4565M(TE2) MB9047BPF-G-138-BND S-80929CNMC-G8Z-T2 BR24C16F-E2 SI-3004KWF TA7810S uPC24M05AHF
1-126-947-11 ELECT 1-126-947-11 ELECT 1-164-156-11 CERAMIC CHIP
8-759-445-59 IC BA033T 8-759-647-10 IC uPC2933HF (AEP,UK) < JACK >
J1101 < CONNECTOR >
1-778-228-11 JACK, PIN 1P (DVD IN) < JUMPER RESISTOR >

CNP5 CNP6

1-779-978-11 PIN, CONNECTOR 3P 1-784-929-11 PIN, CONNECTOR 14P < CONNECTOR >
JR1115 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP JR1115 1-216-841-11 METAL CHIP JR1116 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP JR1121 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP JR1122 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP

CNS1 CNS2 CNS3 CNS4 CNS7

1-764-865-41 1-784-041-41 1-784-923-11 1-569-309-11 1-569-060-11
CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 13P CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 9P PIN, CONNECTOR 7P SOCKET, CONNECTOR (L TYRE) 21P SOCKET, CONNECTOR 11P (US,CND,E,SP,MX,AUS)
5% 1/10W (US,CND,E,SP,MX,AUS) 47K 5% 1/10W (AEP,UK) 0 5% 1/10W 0 5% 1/10W 0 5% 1/10W (US,CND,E,SP,MX,AUS) 47K 5% 1/10W (AEP,UK)

F F F F

C790 C792
1-164-159-11 CERAMIC 1-164-159-11 CERAMIC

0.1uF 0.1uF

50V 50V
1-249-429-11 CARBON 1-249-433-11 CARBON
The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified.
Les composants identifis par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la scurit. Ne les remplacer que par une pice portant le numro spcifi.
STR-DE495P/K750P HEADPHONE

Ref. No. Part No.

Description < CONNECTOR > Remarks Ref. No. C485 C486 C487 C488 C489 C490 C491 C492 C493 C494 C495 C496 C497 C498 C500 Part No. 1-126-963-11 1-126-963-11 1-126-964-11 1-164-159-11 1-128-809-11 1-128-809-11 1-126-963-11 1-126-963-11 1-126-963-11 1-126-963-11 1-126-963-11 1-126-963-11 1-128-809-11 1-128-803-11 1-128-825-11 Description ELECT ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT ELECT CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC 4.7uF 4.7uF 10uF 0.1uF 100PF 100PF 4.7uF 4.7uF 4.7uF 4.7uF 4.7uF 4.7uF 100PF 33PF 2200PF Remarks 20.00% 50V 20.00% 50V 20.00% 50V 50V 5% 50V 5% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 20.00% 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V
CNP791 1-691-767-11 PLUG (MICRO CONNECTOR) 5P < JACK > J791 1-815-314-21 JACK (PHONES) ************************************************************ A-4731-171-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (US,CND) ***************************** A-4731-280-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (AEP,UK,AUS) ******************************** A-4731-422-A MAIN BOARD, COMPLETE (E,SP,MX) ****************************** 7-685-646-79 SCREW +BVTP 3X8 TYPE2 IT-3 < CAPACITOR > C371 C372 C373 C374 C375 C376 C400 C400 C402 C404 C405 C406 C407 C408 C409 C413 C414 C415 C416 C417 C418 C419 C433 C452 C454 C455 C456 C457 C458 C459 C464 C465 C466 C467 C471 C472 C481 C482 C483 C484 1-127-880-11 1-127-880-11 1-127-880-11 1-164-159-11 1-127-880-11 CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC CERAMIC 0.022uF 0.022uF 0.022uF 0.1uF 0.022uF 0.022uF 0.1uF 0.1uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 4.7uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 2.2uF 4.7uF 0.1uF 220uF 220uF 0.1uF 4.7uF 4.7uF 4.7uF 4.7uF 4.7uF 4.7uF 10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 50V 50V 50V 50V 50V
20.00% 50V 20.00% 50V 5% 50V 5% 50V 5% 50V (EXCEPT US,CND) 20.00% 20.00% 0.25PF 5% 10.00% 5% 20.00% 5.00% 5.00% 5.00% 5% 20.00% 10% 20.00% 20.00% 0.25PF 10.00% 5% 5% 20.00% 5.00% 5% 5.00% 5.00% 20.00% 10% 20.00% 20.00% 0.25PF 10.00% 5% 5% 20.00% 5.00% 5.00% 5.00% 5% 20.00% 10% 50V 10V 500V 200V 500V 50V 25V 50V 500V 500V 50V 50V 50V 50V 10V 500V 500V 50V 50V 25V 50V 50V 500V 500V 50V 50V 50V 10V 500V 500V 50V 50V 25V 50V 500V 500V 50V 50V 50V 50V
C501 C503 C504 C505 C506 C507 C510 C511 C516 C517 C519 C540 C541 C601 C603 C604 C605 C606 C607 C610 C611 C619 C620 C621 C640 C642 C651 C653 C654 C655 C656 C657 C660 C661 C666 C669 C670 C680 C681 C691 C700 C701
1-126-963-11 1-104-665-11 1-107-583-11 1-106-359-00 1-102-233-00 1-128-809-11 1-126-947-11 1-136-157-00 1-162-815-11 1-162-815-11 1-128-813-11 1-126-964-11 1-127-876-11 1-126-963-11 1-104-665-11 1-107-583-11 1-102-233-00 1-128-813-11 1-128-809-11 1-126-947-11 1-136-157-00 1-128-813-11 1-162-815-11 1-162-815-11 1-126-964-11 1-127-876-11 1-126-963-11 1-104-665-11 1-107-583-11 1-102-233-00 1-128-813-11 1-128-809-11 1-126-947-11 1-136-157-00 1-162-815-11 1-162-815-11 1-128-813-11 1-126-964-11 1-127-876-11 1-164-159-11

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Table of Contents
List of Button Locations and Reference Pages

Main unit.. 5

Receiving Broadcasts
Storing FM stations automatically (AUTOBETICAL)1).. 28 Direct tuning.. 28 Automatic tuning.. 29 Preset tuning.. 29 Using the Radio Data System (RDS)1).. 31
Hooking Up the Components
Required cords.. 6 Antenna hookups.. 7 Audio component hookups.. 8 Video component hookups.. 9 Digital component hookups.. 10 Other hookups.. 11

Other Operations

Naming preset stations and program sources.. 33 Recording.. 33 Using the Sleep Timer.. 34 Adjustments using the SET UP menu... 34 Changing the command mode of the receiver.. 35
Hooking Up and Setting Up the Speaker System
Speaker system hookups. 12 Performing initial setup operations.. 14 Multi channel surround setup. 14 Checking the connections.. 19

Basic Operations

Selecting the component. 20 Changing the display.. 21
Operations Using the Remote RM-PP412
Before you use your remote. 36 Remote button description. 36 Selecting the command mode of the remote.. 40 Programming the remote. 40

Enjoying Surround Sound

Using only the front speakers (2 Channel Stereo). 22 Enjoying higher fidelity sound. 22 Selecting a sound field. 23 Understanding the multi channel surround displays. 25 Customizing sound fields.. 26

Additional Information

Precautions.. 44 Troubleshooting.. 44 Specifications.. 47 Tables of settings using the MAIN MENU button.. 51 Adjustable parameters for each sound field.. back page
Models of area code CEL, CEK only.
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About This Manual

The HT-DDW750 consists of:
Note for the supplied remote

RM-PP412

Receiver Models of area code CEL, CEK only Models of other area code Front/surround speakers Models of area code CEL, CEK only Models of other area code Center speakers Models of area code CEL, CEK only Models of other area code Sub woofer Models of area code U, CA only Models of other area code

About area codes

STR-DE495P STR-K750P
The VIDEO3, TV/SAT, PHONO, AUX, MULTI CH, SOURCE, DIRECT, AAC BI-LING, SB DECODING, 12 and ON SCREEN buttons on the remote are not available.

SS-MSP2 SS-MSP75

SS-CNP2 SS-CNP75 SA-WMSP75 SA-WMSP85
The area code of the receiver you purchased is shown on the lower portion of the rear panel (see the illustration below).

CENTER

SURROUND

IMPEDANCE USE 8 16

4-XXX-XXX-XX AA

Area code

Any differences in operation, according to the area code, are clearly indicated in the text, for example, Models of area code AA only.

The instructions in this manual describe the controls on the receiver. You can also use the controls on the supplied remote if they have the same or similar names as those on the receiver. For details on the use of your remote, see pages 36 43.
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Illustration number

How to use this page
Use this page to find the location of buttons that are mentioned in the text.

DISPLAY

2 (21, 31, 46)

Name of button/part

Reference page

Main unit

ALPHABETICAL ORDER
MAIN MENU qf (15, 26, 27, 33, 34, 51) MASTER VOLUME qs (18, 20, 44) MD/TAPE 8 (20) MEMORY wg (28, 30) MENU +/ qh (15, 26, 27, 33, 34, 51) MENU </> qj (15, 26, 27, 33, 34, 51) MOVIE (button/indicator) ql (23, 45) MUSIC (button/indicator) qk (23, 24, 45)
PHONES (jack) wh (20, 25, 45) PRESET TUNING +/ ws (30, 48) TUNER FM/AM q; (20, 29, 30, 33) TUNING +/ wd (29) VIDEO (20) VIDEO (20)

NUMBERS AND SYMBOLS

A.F.D. (button/indicator) w; (22 24) CD 9 (20) DIMMER 3 (21) DISPLAY 2 (21, 31, 46) Display qa (21) DVD 7 (20) ENTER qg (33, 35) FM MODE wf (29) INPUT MODE qd (20) IR (receptor) 4 (36, 46)
2CH (button/indicator) wa (22, 24, 27) `/1 (power) 1 (14, 19, 27, 28, 35, 48)

wa w; ql qk

qgqf qd
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Required cords

The following optional connection cords A E are required when you hook up the components (pages 8 10).
A Audio cord (not supplied)

White (L) Red (R)

D Optical digital cord (not supplied)
E Coaxial digital cord (supplied) B Audio/video cord (not supplied)
Yellow (video) White (L/audio) Red (R/audio) Orange
C Video cord (not supplied)

Yellow

Before you get started
Turn off the power to all components before making any connections. Do not connect the AC power cord until all of the connections are completed. Be sure to make connections firmly to avoid hum and noise. When connecting an audio/video cord, be sure to match the color-coded pins to the appropriate jacks on the components: yellow (video) to yellow; white (left, audio) to white; and red (right, audio) to red. When you connect optical digital cords, insert the cord plugs straight in until they click into place. Do not bend or tie the optical digital cord.
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Antenna hookups

AM loop antenna (supplied) FM wire antenna (supplied)

DIGITAL

OPTICAL

VIDEO 2 IN

ANTENNA

MONITOR

VIDEO IN VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT FM 75 COAXIAL

DVD IN COAXIAL

IN OUT IN AUDIO IN AUDIO IN AUDIO OUT AUDIO IN

AUDIO OUT

MD/TAPE

DVD VIDEO 2

VIDEO 1

SUB WOOFER

* The shape of the connector varies depending on the area code.

Notes on antenna hookups

To prevent noise pickup, keep the AM loop antenna away from the receiver and other components. Be sure to fully extend the FM wire antenna. After connecting the FM wire antenna, keep it as horizontal as possible.

Audio component hookups

MD or Tape deck

INPUT OUTPUT

LINE LINE

OUTPUT

LINE L

CD player

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Video component hookups

DVD player

AUDIO OUT L R VIDEO OUT

VIDEO IN

VIDEO OUT

VIDEO IN VIDEO OUT

Satellite tuner or VCR

AUDIO OUT L

AUDIO IN

TV monitor
Note on video component hookups
You can connect your TVs audio output jacks to the VIDEO 2 AUDIO IN jacks on the receiver and apply sound effects to the audio from the TV. In this case, do not connect the TVs video output jack to the VIDEO 2 VIDEO IN jack on the receiver. If you are connecting a separate satellite tuner, connect both the audio and video output jacks to the receiver as shown above.
Digital component hookups
Connect the digital output jacks of your DVD player and satellite tuner (etc.) to the receivers digital input jacks to bring the multi channel surround sound of a movie theater into your home. To fully enjoy multi channel surround sound, five speakers (two front speakers, two surround speakers, and a center speaker) and a sub woofer are required.
All the OPTICAL and COAXIAL jacks are compatible with 96 kHz, 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz and 32 kHz sampling frequencies.

Satellite tuner or DVD player*

DIGITAL OPTICAL

DIGITAL COAXIAL

DVD player (etc.)*

* Make either coaxial or optical connections. We recommend making coaxial connections instead of optical connections.

Other hookups

AC power cord

b To a wall outlet

R L R L

SPEAKERS

Setting the voltage selector
If your receiver has a voltage selector on the rear panel, check that the voltage selector is set to the local power supply voltage. If not, use a screwdriver to set the selector to the correct position before connecting the AC power cord to a wall outlet.
Connecting the AC power cord
Before connecting the AC power cord of this receiver to a wall outlet, connect the speaker system to the receiver (page 12). Connect the AC power cord(s) of your audio/ video components to a wall outlet.

VOLTAGE SELECTOR

120V 220V 240V

Speaker system hookups

Required cords A Speaker cords (supplied)

(+) ()

B Monaural audio cord (supplied)

Active sub woofer

Front speaker (R)

Front speaker (L)

To a wall outlet (Switch the power (POWER) to off before connecting the power cord.)

Center speaker

Surround speaker (R)

Surround speaker (L)

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To prevent speaker vibration or movement while listening, attach the supplied foot pads at the bottom of the speakers.
Stripped cords are touching each other due to excessive removal of insulation.
Connect the long speaker connecting cords to the surround speaker terminals and the short speaker connecting cords to the front and center speaker terminals. Twist the stripped ends of the speaker cords about 10 mm (2/3 inch). Be sure to match the speaker cord to the appropriate terminal on the components: + to + and to. If the cords are reversed, the sound will be distorted and will lack bass. If you use speakers with low maximum input rating, adjust the volume carefully to avoid excessive output on the speakers.
Stripped cords are not fully attached and are touching the rear panel of the receiver. After connecting all the components, speakers, and AC power cord, output a test tone to check that all the speakers are connected correctly. For details on outputting a test tone, see page 18.
To avoid short-circuiting the speakers
Short-circuiting of the speakers may damage the receiver. To prevent this, make sure to take the following precautions when connecting the speakers.
Make sure the stripped ends of each speaker cord does not touch another speaker terminal, the stripped end of another speaker cord, or the metal parts of the receiver. Examples of poor conditions of the speaker cord
If no sound is heard from a speaker while outputting a test tone or a test tone is output from a speaker other than the one whose name is currently displayed on the receiver, the speaker may be short-circuited. If this happens, check the speaker connection again.

COAX IN

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Changing the display

DIMMER
Press DIMMER repeatedly to adjust the brightness of the display (3 steps). However, when you press any button, the display becomes the brightest setting temporary.
Each time you press DISPLAY, the display changes cyclically as follows: Index name of the component* t Selected component t Sound field applied to the program source
When the tuner is selected
Index name of the preset station* or program station name** t Frequency t Program type indication** t Radio text** t Current time** t Sound field applied to the band or the preset station
* Index name appears only when you have assigned one to the component or preset station (page 33). Index name does not appear when only blank spaces have been entered, or it is the same as the input selector. ** During RDS reception only. (Models of area code CEL, CEK only. See page 31).
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You can take advantage of surround sound simply by selecting one of the receivers preprogrammed sound fields. They bring the exciting and powerful sound of movie theaters and concert halls into your home. You can also customize the sound fields to obtain the sound you want by changing the surround parameter. To fully enjoy surround sound, you must register the number and location of you speakers. See Multi channel surround setup starting from page 14 to set the speaker parameters before enjoying surround sound.
Enjoying higher fidelity sound
The Auto Format Direct (A.F.D.) mode allows you to select the decoding mode you want for your audio sound.

Mode Decoding Mode

A.F.D. AUTO DOLBY PL PLII MOV PLII MUS
As encoded Dolby Pro Logic Dolby Pro Logic II
Using only the front speakers (2 Channel Stereo)

Press 2CH.

Decoding the input audio signal automatically
Press A.F.D. repeatedly to select A.F.D. AUTO.
The A.F.D. indicator lights up. This mode automatically detects the type of audio signal being input (Dolby Digital, DTS, or standard 2 channel stereo) and performs the proper decoding if necessary. This mode presents the sound as it was recorded/encoded, without adding any effects (e.g. reverberation). However, if there are no low frequency signals (Dolby Digital LFE, etc.) it will generate a low frequency signal for output to the sub woofer.
The 2CH indicator lights up and 2CH ST. appears in the display. This mode outputs the sound from the front left and right speakers only. Standard 2 channel (stereo) sources completely bypass the sound field processing. Multi channel surround formats are downmixed to 2 channel.
No sound is output from the sub woofer when 2CH ST. is selected. To listen to 2 channel (stereo) sources using the front left and right speakers and a sub woofer, press A.F.D. repeatedly to select A.F.D. AUTO. When you select Micro Satellite Speaker (page 15), internal sound processor will automatically redirect bass sound to sub woofer. If you want to listen to two channel (stereo) sources under this setting, we recommend that you choose A.F.D. AUTO mode so that you can take advantage of your sub woofer to obtain the correct bass signal.

Press MOVIE repeatedly to select C.ST.EX A, C.ST.EX B or C.ST.EX C.
Dolby Pro Logic and Dolby Pro Logic II decoding does not function for DTS format signals.
The MOVIE indicator lights up and the selected sound field is indicated in the display.
Selecting a sound field (continued)
x C.ST.EX A (Cinema Studio EX A)
Selecting other sound fields
Press MUSIC repeatedly to select the sound field you want.
Reproduces the sound characteristics of the Sony Pictures Entertainment Cary Grant Theater cinema production studio. This is a standard mode, great for watching most any type of movie.
x C.ST.EX B (Cinema Studio EX B)
The MUSIC indicator lights up and the current sound field is indicated in the display.

x HALL

Reproduces the acoustics of a rectangular concert hall.

x JAZZ (Jazz Club)

Reproduces the sound characteristics of the Sony Pictures Entertainment Kim Novak Theater cinema production studio. This mode is ideal for watching science-fiction or action movies with lots of sound effects.
x C.ST.EX C (Cinema Studio EX C)
Reproduces the acoustics of a jazz club.

x CONCERT (Live Concert)

Reproduces the acoustics of a 300-seat live concert.
To turn the surround effect off
Reproduces the sound characteristics of the Sony Pictures Entertainment scoring stage. This mode is ideal for watching musicals or classic films where music is featured in the soundtrack.

About Cinema Studio EX

Press A.F.D. repeatedly to select A.F.D. AUTO or press 2CH.
Cinema Studio EX consists of the following three elements. Virtual Multi Dimension Creates 5 sets of virtual speakers surrounding the listener from a single pair of actual surround speakers. Screen Depth Matching In a movie theater, sound seems to come from inside the image reflected on the movie screen. This element creates the same sensation in your listening room by shifting the sound of the front speakers into the screen. Cinema Studio Reverberation Reproduces the reverberations peculiar to a movie theater. Cinema Studio EX is the integrated mode which operates these elements simultaneously.
The receiver lets you apply the last selected sound field to a program source whenever it is selected (Sound Field Link). For example, if you listen to CD with JAZZ as the sound field, change to a different program source, then return to CD, JAZZ will be applied again. You can identify the encoding format of DVD software, etc. by looking at the logo on the package. : Dolby Digital discs : Dolby Surround encoded programs : DTS Digital Surround encoded programs When sound signals with a sampling frequency of 96 kHz are input, the sound signals are output in stereo automatically, and the sound field is turned off.
The effects provided by the virtual speakers may cause increased noise in the playback signal. When listening with sound fields that employ the virtual speakers, you will not be able to hear any sound coming directly from the surround speakers.

Understanding the multi channel surround displays

SP L SW SL C R

aDIGITAL OPT COAX

MEMORY SLEEP

a PRO LOGIC II DTS

D.RANGE STEREO MONO RDS

1 SW: Lights up when sub woofer selection is set to YES (page 17) and the audio signal is output from the SUB WOOFER jacks. 2 SP: Lights up when you turn on the receiver.
6 Tuner indicators: Lights up when using the receiver to tune in radio stations, etc. See pages for tuner operations.
Does not light up when you connect headphones to the PHONES jack.
RDS only appears for models of area code CEL, CEK only.
3 ; DIGITAL: Lights up when the receiver is decoding signals recorded in the Dolby Digital format. 4 ; PRO LOGIC II: ; PRO LOGIC lights up when the receiver applies Pro Logic processing to 2 channel signals in order to output the center and surround channel signals. ; PRO LOGIC II lights up when Pro Logic II processing (PLII MOV or PLII MUS) is applied (page 23). However, both indicators do not light up if the center and surround speakers are set to NO, and A.F.D. AUTO or DOLBY PL is selected.
7 SLEEP: Lights up when sleep timer is activated. 8 D.RANGE: Lights up when dynamic range compression is activated. See page 26 to adjust the dynamic range compression. 9 COAX: Lights up when the source signal is a digital signal being input through the COAXIAL terminal. q; OPT: Lights up when the source signal is a digital signal being input through the OPTICAL terminal. qa LFE: Lights up when the disc being played back contains the LFE (Low Frequency Effect) channel and when the sound of the LFE channel signal is actually being reproduced. continued
5 DTS: Lights up when DTS signals are input.
When playing a DTS format disc, be sure that you have made digital connections and that INPUT MODE is NOT set to ANALOG (page 20).
Understanding the multi channel surround displays (continued)
qs Playback channel indicators: The letters (L, C, R, etc.) indicate the channels being played back. The boxes around the letters vary to show how the receiver downmixes the source sound (based on the speakers settings). When using sound fields like C.ST.EX, the receiver adds reverberation based on the source sound. L (Front Left), R (Front Right), C (Center (monaural)), SL (Surround Left), SR (Surround Right), S (Surround (monaural or the surround components obtained by Pro Logic processing)). Example: Recording format (Front/Surround): 3/2 Output channel: Surround speakers absent Sound Field: A.F.D. AUTO

L SL C R SR

Adjusting the level parameters
The LEVEL menu contains parameters that let you adjust the balance and volumes of each speaker. You can also customize various aspects of the current sound field. The settings are applied to all sound fields except for EFCT. parameter. For EFCT. parameter, the settings are stored individually for each sound field.

SPORT EDUCATE DRAMA CULTURE

SCIENCE VARIED

POP M ROCK M EASY M LIGHT M CLASSICS OTHER M
WEATHER FINANCE CHILDREN SOCIAL RELIGION PHONE IN
Naming preset stations and program sources
You can enter a name (index name) of up to 8 characters for preset stations and program sources. These names (for example, VHS) appear in the receivers display when a station or program source is selected. Note that no more than one name can be entered for each preset station or program source. This function is useful for distinguishing components of the same kind. For example, two VCRs can be specified as VHS and 8MM, respectively. It is also handy for identifying components connected to jacks meant for another type of component, for example, a second CD player connected to the MD/TAPE jacks.
4 Press ENTER. 5 Repeat steps 2 to 4 to assign index
name for another station or program source.
Note (Models of area code CEL, CEK only)
You cannot change the name of an RDS station.

Recording

Before you begin, make sure youve connected all components properly.
Recording on an audio tape or MiniDisc
You can record on a cassette tape or MiniDisc using the receiver. See the operating instructions of your cassette deck or MD deck if you need help.
1 To name a preset station
Press TUNER FM/AM, then tune in the preset station you want to create an index name for.
1 Select the component to be recorded. 2 Prepare the component for playing.
For example, insert a CD into the CD player.
If you are not familiar with how to tune in preset stations, see Tuning to preset stations on page 30.
To name a program source Select the program source (component) to be named.
3 Insert a blank tape or MD into the
recording deck and adjust the recording level, if necessary.
4 Start recording on the recording deck,
then start playback on the playback component.

NAME. or MENU :

3 Create an index name by using MENU +

or MENU and MENU

Press MENU + or MENU to select a character, then press MENU to move the cursor to the next position.

To insert a space

Sound adjustments do not affect the signal output from the MD/TAPE OUT jacks. Some sources contain copy guards to prevent recording. In this case, you may not be able to record from the sources.
Press MENU + or MENU until a blank space appears in the display.

If youve made a mistake

Press MENU or MENU repeatedly until the character to be changed flashes, then press MENU + or MENU to select the character you want.
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CD player/ Shows the time or VCD player/ displays the playing time DVD player of disc, etc. * Only for Sony TVs with the picture-in-picture function.

Fastforwards or rewinds.

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VCR/ CD player/ VCD player/ LD player/ DVD player/ MD deck/ DAT deck/ Tape deck VCR/ CD player/ VCD player/ LD player/ DVD player/ MD deck/ DAT deck/ Tape deck VCR/ CD player/ VCD player/ LD player/ DVD player/ MD deck/ DAT deck/ Tape deck TV/VCR/ VCD player/ LD player/ DVD player VCD player/ LD player/ DVD player Satellite tuner

Starts play.

SEARCH MODE
Select searching mode. Press to select the unit for search (track, index, etc.) Displays DVD title. Displays guide menu.
TOP MENU/ DVD player GUIDE satellite tuner AV MENU Pauses play or record. (Also starts recording with components in record standby.)
VCR/ Displays menu. Satellite tuner/ DVD player VCD player/ LD player/ DVD player Returns to the previous menu or exits the menu.

V/v/B/b

VCR/ Selects a menu item. Satellite tuner/ DVD player VCR/ Press to enter the Satellite tuner/ selection. DVD player TV TV Turns the TV on or off.

Stops play.

ENTER/ EXECUTE TV ?/1 -/--
Selects the channel entry mode, either one or two digit. Adjust the volume of the TV. Select preset TV channels. Selects input signal: TV input or video input. Selects the wide picture mode. To set up the remote. Select the command mode of the remote. Selects 2ND AV output. Change remote key function to activate those buttons with orange printing.
Selects information displayed on the TV screen. Returns to the previous menu. Exits the menu. Changes the subtitles. Press if you made a mistake when you press the number button or press to return to the continuous play etc.
TV VOL +/ TV CH +/ TV/ VIDEO WIDE

TV TV TV

RETURN/ EXIT
SUBTITLE DVD player CLEAR DVD player
USE MODE Remote AV1 and AV2 SOURCE ALT Remote Remote Remote
To reset the remote to factory settings Press =/1, AV =/1, and MASTER VOL at the same time.
Some functions explained in this section may not work depending on the model of the receiver. The above explanation is intended to serve as an example only. Therefore, depending on the component the above operation may not be possible or may operate differently than described. To activate the buttons with orange printing, press ALT first before pressing the buttons. Press MAIN MENU on the remote before you use the V/v/B/b buttons for receiver operation. Press TOP MENU/GUIDE or AV MENU on the remote before you use the remote to control the satellite tuner, VCR and DVD player. The VIDEO3, TV/SAT, PHONO, AUX, MULTI CH, SOURCE, DIRECT, AAC BI-LING, SB DECODING, 12 and ON SCREEN functions are not available for set operation.

To control a DVD player To control a video CD player
Maker Code(s) Maker Code(s)
SONY PANASONIC PHILIPS PIONEER TOSHIBA DENON

401, 402, 403 406, 405

To control a TV
SONY DAEWOO FISHER GOLDSTAR GRUNDIG HITACHI ITT/NOKIA JVC MAGNAVOX MITSUBISHI/MGA NEC PANASONIC PHILIPS PIONEER RCA/PROSCAN SAMSUNG SANYO SHARP TELEFUNKEN THOMSON TOSHIBA ZENITH
501, 502 504, 505, 506, 507, 515, 503, 511, 512, 515, 534, 544 517, 534 513, 514, 515, 544 521, 503, 518, 544 503, 519, 544 503, 520, 544 509, 524 515, 518 509, 525, 526, 540 510, 527, 528, 529, 544 503, 515, 531, 532, 533, 534, 544 508, 545, 546, 523, 536, 537, 538 530, 537, 539 535, 540, 541 542, 543
To control a satellite tuner or cable box
SONY JERROLD/G.I. PANASONIC RCA S. ATLANTA
801, 802, 803, 804 806, 807, 808, 809, 810, 811, 812, 813, 805, 819 815, 816, 817

To control a tuner

002, 003, 004, 005

Precautions

On safety
Should any solid object or liquid fall into the cabinet, unplug the receiver and have it checked by qualified personnel before operating it any further.
If you encounter color irregularity on a nearby TV screen
This speaker system is magnetically shielded to allow it to be installed near a TV set. However, color irregularities may still be observed on certain types of TV sets.
If color irregularity is observed.

On power sources

Before operating the unit, check that the operating voltage is identical with your local power supply. The operating voltage is indicated on the nameplate at the rear of the receiver. The unit is not disconnected from the AC power source (mains) as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if the receiver itself has been turned off. If you are not going to use the receiver for a long time, be sure to disconnect the receiver from the wall outlet. To disconnect the AC power cord, grasp the plug itself; never pull the cord. (Models of area code U, CA only) One blade of the plug is wider than the other for the purpose of safety and will fit into the wall outlet only one way. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, contact your dealer. AC power cord must be changed only at the qualified service shop.
Turn off the TV set once, then turn it on again after 15 to 30 minutes.
If color irregularity is observed again.
Place the speaker further away from the TV set.

If howling occurs

Reposition the speakers or turn down the volume on the receiver.

On cleaning

Clean the cabinet, panel and controls with a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use any type of abrasive pad, scouring powder or solvent such as alcohol or benzine. If you have any question or problem concerning your receiver, please consult your nearest Sony dealer.

Troubleshooting

If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the receiver, use this troubleshooting guide to help you remedy the problem. Also, see Checking the connections on page 19 to verify that the connections are correct.
There is no sound or only a very low-level sound no matter which component is selected.

On heat buildup

Although the unit heats up during operation, this is not a malfunction. If you continuously use this unit at a large volume, the cabinet temperature of the top, side and bottom rises considerably. To avoid burning yourself, do not touch the cabinet.

On placement

Place the receiver in a location with adequate ventilation to prevent heat buildup and prolong the life of the receiver. Do not place the receiver near heat sources, or in a place subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust or mechanical shock. Do not place anything on top of the cabinet that might block the ventilation holes and cause malfunctions. Use caution when placing the unit or speakers on surfaces that have been specially treated (with wax, oil, polish, etc.) as staining or discoloration of the surface may result.

On operation

Before connecting other components, be sure to turn off and unplug the receiver.
Check that the speakers and components are connected securely and correctly. Check that both the receiver and all the components are turned on. Check that the MASTER VOLUME control is not set at VOL MIN. Press MUTING on the remote to cancel the muting function. Check that the headphones are not connected. The protective device on the receiver has been activated because of a short circuit (PROTECT flashes). Turn off the receiver, eliminate the short-circuit problem and turn on the power again.
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There is no sound from a specific component.
There is no sound from the active sub woofer.
Check that the component is connected correctly to the audio input jacks for that component. Check that the cord(s) used for the connection is (are) fully inserted into the jacks on both the receiver and the component. Check that you have selected the correct component on the receiver.

RDS does not work.*

Make sure that youre tuned to an FM RDS station. Select a stronger FM station.
The RDS information that you want does not appear.*
Contact the radio station and find out whether they actually provide the service in question. If so, the service may be temporarily out of order.
There is no picture or an unclear picture appears on the TV screen or monitor.
The VIDEO3, TV/SAT, PHONO, AUX, MULTI CH, SOURCE, DIRECT, AAC BI-LING, SB DECODING, 12 and ON SCREEN buttons on the remote are not available. Point the remote at the remote sensor g on the receiver. Check that the command mode of the remote corresponds to that of the receiver. If the command mode of the receiver and the remote is different, you cannot use the remote to operate the receiver (pages 35 and 40). Press MAIN MENU on the remote before you use the V/v/B/b buttons for receiver operation. To activate the buttons with orange printing, press ALT first before pressing the buttons. Remove any obstacles in the path between the remote and the receiver. Replace both batteries in the remote with new ones, if they are weak. Make sure you select the correct input selector on the remote. If the remote is set to operate the TV only, use the remote to select a source or component other than TV before operating the receiver or other component.
Select the appropriate input selector on the receiver. Set your TV to the appropriate input mode. Move your TV away from the audio components.
If you are unable to remedy the problem using the troubleshooting guide
Clearing the receivers memory may remedy the problem (page 14). However, note that all memorized settings will be reset to their factory settings and you will have to readjust all settings on the receiver.

If the problem persist

Consult your nearest Sony dealer.
* Models of area code CEL, CEK only.
Clearing the receivers memory To clear See
All memorized settings Customized sound fields

page 14 page 27

Specifications
AUDIO POWER SPECIFICATIONS POWER OUTPUT AND TOTAL HARMONIC DISTORTION:

General

Power requirements
Harmonic distortion at 1 kHz Mono: 0.3% Stereo: 0.5% Separation Frequency response Selectivity 45 dB at 1 kHz 30 Hz 15 kHz, +0.5/2 dB 60 dB at 400 kHz
U, CA, MX CEL, CEK SP E2/E3 AU
120 V AC, 60 Hz 230 V AC, 50/60 Hz V AC, 50/60 Hz 120/220/240 V AC, 50/60 Hz 240 V AC, 50Hz

Power consumption

Area code Power consumption

AM tuner section

Tuning range Models of area code U, CA With 10-kHz tuning scale: kHz5) With 9-kHz tuning scale: kHz5) Models of area code E2/E3 With 10-kHz tuning scale: kHz5) With 9-kHz tuning scale: kHz5) Models of area code CEL, CEK, SP, AU With 9-kHz tuning scale: kHz Models of area code MX With 10-kHz tuning scale: kHz Antenna Loop antenna

U, MX CA E2/E3

185 W 270 VA 190 W

CEL, CEK, SP, AU 180 W

Power consumption (during standby mode) 0.3 W Dimensions 298 mm (16 7/6/6/8 inches) including projecting parts and controls 7.2 kg (15 lb 14 oz)
Intermediate Frequency 450 kHz Usable sensitivity S/N Harmonic distortion Selectivity At 9 kHz: At 10 kHz: 50 dB/m (at 1,000 kHz or 999 kHz) 54 dB (at 50 mV/m) 0.5 % (50 mV/m, 400 Hz) 35 dB 40 dB

Mass (Approx.)

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Speaker section

Models of area code CEL, CEK only SS-MSP2 for front and surround speakers SS-CNP2 for center speaker Models of other area code SS-MSP75 for front and surround speakers SS-CNP75 for center speaker Speaker system Speaker units Enclosure type Rated Impedance Full range, magnetically shielded 70 mm 100 mm cone type Bass reflex 8 ohms
SA-WMSP75 for models of area code U, CA only SA-WMSP85 for models of other area code
With 6 ohm loads, from Hz; rated 75 watts (SA-WMSP75)/100 watts (SA-WMSP85), minimum RMS power, with no more than 0.8% total harmonic distortion from 250 milliwatts to rated output (Models of area code U only).
Speaker system Speaker unit Enclosure type Active subwoofer, magnetically shielded Woofer: 20 cm cone type Acoustically loaded bass reflex
Power handling capacity (Maximum input power) 100 W Sensitivity level SS-MSP2/SS-CNP2 SS-MSP75/SS-CNP75 Frequency range Dimensions (w/h/d) SS-MSP2 SS-CNP2 SS-MSP75 SS-CNPdB (1 W, 1 m) 86 dB (1 W, 1 m) 160 Hz 20,000 Hz Approx. 121 mm (3 1/5/7/8 inches) Approx. 121 mm (9 1/1/7/8 inches) Approx. 124.5 mm (3 5/5 inches) Approx. 127 mm (9 1/5/inches) Approx. 0.8 kg (1 lb 13 oz) Approx. 1.0 kg (2 lb 4 oz)
Continuous RMS power output (6 ohms, Hz) SA-WMSPW SA-WMSPW
Reproduction frequency range 28 Hz 200 Hz High frequency cut-off frequency 150 Hz Input Power requirements

 

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