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Surround Sound Processor
SURROUND SOUND PROCESSOR RSP-1068 SURROUND SOUND RECEIVER RSX-1055
STANDBY HF CD TUNER TAPE VIDEO1 VIDEO2 VIDEO3 VIDEO4 VIDEO5 LF 2CH DOLBY PLIIx/3ST DTS NEO 6 DSP MULTI INPUT DYNAMIC RANGE MUTE ZONE REC
The COMPUTER I/O connection should be handled by authorized person only.
Important Safety Instructions
WARNING: There are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose the unit to moisture or water. Do not allow foreign objects to get into the enclosure. If the unit is exposed to moisture, or a foreign object gets into the enclosure, immediately disconnect the power cord from the wall. Take the unit to a qualified service person for inspection and necessary repairs. Read all the instructions before connecting or operating the component. Keep this manual so you can refer to these safety instructions. Heed all warnings and safety information in these instructions and on the product itself. Follow all operating instructions. Clean the enclosure only with a dry cloth or a vacuum cleaner. Do not use this unit near water. You must allow a minimum of 10 cm or 4 inches of unobstructed clearance around the unit. Do not place the unit on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface that could block the ventilation openings. If the unit is placed in a bookcase or cabinet, there must be ventilation of the cabinet to allow proper cooling. Keep the component away from radiators, heat registers, stoves, or any other appliance that produces heat. The unit must be connected to a power supply only of the type and voltage specified on the rear panel. (USA: 115 V/60Hz, EC: 230V/50Hz) Connect the component to the power outlet only with the supplied power supply cable or an exact equivalent. Do not modify the supplied cable. A polarized plug has two blades, with one wider than the other. A grounding plug has two blades plus a third grounding prong. These are provided for your safety. Do not defeat grounding and/or polarization safety provisions. If the supplied plug does not fit your outlet, please consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet. Do not use extension cords. The main plug of the power cordset is a disconnect device of the apparatus. In order to completely disconnect the apparatus from the supply mains, the main plug of the power cordset should be unplugged from the mains (AC) outlet. The stand-by LED indicator will not be lit up to show the power cord is unplugged. Do not route the power cord where it will be crushed, pinched, bent, exposed to heat, or damaged in any way. Pay particular attention to the power cord at the plug and where the cord exits the back of the unit. The power cord should be unplugged from the wall outlet during a lightning storm or if the unit is to be left unused for a long period of time. Use only accessories specified by the manufacturer. Use only with a cart, stand, rack, bracket or shelf system recommended by Rotel. Use caution when moving the unit in a stand or rack to avoid injury from a tip-over. Immediately stop using the component and have it inspected and/or serviced by a qualified service agency if: The power supply cord or plug has been damaged. Objects have fallen or liquid has been spilled into the unit. The unit has been exposed to rain. The unit shows signs of improper operation The unit has been dropped or damaged in any way
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.(TV, radio, etc.) Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver Connect the equipment to an outlet on circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for additional help.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules operation is subject to the following to conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
RSP-1068 Surround Sound Processor
1: Controls and Connections
HF CD TUNER TAPE VIDEO1 VIDEO2 VIDEO3 VIDEO4 VIDEO5
DTS NEO 6
FRONT L REAR L CB 1 CENTER FRONT L REAR L
CB 1 CENTER 1 SUB 1
COMPONENT VIDEO IN PR Y
EXT FRONT R REAR R CB 2 SUB FRONT R REAR R CB 2 CENTER 2 SUB 2
DIGITAL INPUT 3
S-VIDEO IN 3
S-VIDEO OUT 2 3
SURROUND SOUND PROCESSOR MODEL NO. RSP-1068 POWER CONSUMPTION: 48 WATTS
OPTICAL COAXIAL COAXIAL OPTICAL
1 IR OUT
2 ZONE OUT VIDEO 1 2
TUNER CD IN OUT TAPE 3 VIDEO IN 3 VIDEO OUT ZONE OUT
2: RR-1050 Remote
CLONE REPT TRANSMITTER LOADING RECEIVER
DEVICE / INPUT
J K L M
CTR TUNE PRESET
FM MONO BAND SEARCH
CD DISC 1
N O P Q R
DYN PL C
REC PL M
INPUT 1 DVD POWER
INPUT 3 / CLONE
3: Connecting a CD Player
4: Connecting a DVD Player
COMPONENT VIDEO IN
5: Connecting a Cable, Satellite, or HDTV Tuner
2 ZONE OUT VIDEO MONITOR OUT
6: Connecting an AM/FM Tuner
7: Connecting an Audio Recorder
To configure your system for Zone 2 operation, connect the left and right Zone 2 outputs on the RSP-1068 to the left and right channel inputs of the amplifier powering the remote speakers, using standard RCA audio cables.
Video Inputs & Outputs
These connections are used for connecting video signals to and from the RSP-1068. See the Making Connections section for specific instructions for each type of component. The RSP-1068 provides Composite, S-Video, and Component Video connections. Composite video connections simplify system configuration; however, S-Video connections typically provide better picture quality. Component Video connections are required for HDTV or progressive scanned DVD video. Be aware of the following in the configuration of your system: On Screen Display: The RSP-1068 OSD system is available on the TV monitor, regardless of what type of connection is made from the TV MONITOR outputs to the TV set.
Many digital HDTV monitors adjust scan rates and other video parameters depending on the type of input connection. You may wish to make multiple connections between the RSP-1068 and the TV monitor, switching inputs on the TV to take advantage of these features.
VIDEO 15 Composite Video Inputs
Five inputs accepts standard composite video signals from source components using standard 75 ohm RCA video cables.
VIDEO 13 Composite Video Outputs
Three RCA jacks, labeled COMPOSITE VIDEO OUT 13, provide connections for sending composite video signals for recording on a VCR or other recording device. These connections correspond to the VIDEO IN 1-3 connections. Make sure that you are consistent. If you hook up a particular VCR to the VIDEO 1 inputs, hook up the VIDEO 1 output to the same VCR.
NOTE: The RSP-1068 cannot convert S-Video or Component Video signals to composite video. Therefore, only signals received at the composite video inputs are available at these outputs.
TV Monitor Outputs
The TV MONITOR outputs of the RSP-1068 send the video signal to your TV monitor. Three types of video output connections are provided RCA composite video, S-Video, and Component Video. The composite video output only sends signals from composite video inputs to the TV monitor. The S-Video output only sends signals from S-Video video inputs to the TV. The Component Video output converts signals from ANY type of source input to the TV. If you have connected all of your source components with the same type of connection, then you only need to make one connection from the RSP-1068 to the TV monitor. If you connect the RSP-1068 to the TV monitor with Component Video connections, you also only need to make one type of connection because composite and S-Video signals are converted to Component Video.
The RSP-1068 has two digital outputs (one coaxial and one optical) to send the digital signal from any of the digital inputs to a digital recorder or outboard digital processor. When a digital input source signal is selected for listening, that signal is automatically sent to both digital outputs for recording.
ZONE OUT Video Output
The ZONE OUT Video output of the RSP-1068 sends a composite video signal to a TV monitor in Zone 2.
NOTE: Only composite video input signals are available at the Zone 2 composite video output.
When using a progressive scan or 1080i HDTV video signal from the Component Video inputs, the TV monitor cannot display the video signal and the OSD menus at the same time. A progressive setting in the Other Options setup menu allows the use of the main OSD setup menus, even with progressive or HDTV signals. When the main OSD setup menus are displayed, the progressive video signal is interrupted and restored when the OSD menus are cancelled. The temporary OSD information displays (such as volume setting, etc.) are not displayed.
Digital Audio Input & Outputs
The RSP-1068 provides digital connections which may be used in place of, or in addition to, the analog audio input and output connections described in the previous sections. These connections include five digital inputs and two digital outputs (for recording). These digital connections can be used with any source component that supplies a digital signal, such as a DVD player, CD player, or satellite TV tuner.
Only digital signals from source components are available at these outputs. Analog signals cannot be converted and are not available at the digital outputs.
Your RSP-1068 is configured at the factory for the proper AC line voltage in the country where you purchased it (USA: 115 volts/60Hz AC or CE: 230 volts/50 Hz AC ). The AC line configuration is noted on a decal on the back of your unit.
Plug the supplied cord into the AC INPUT receptacle on the back of the unit.
Memorized settings and video labels are preserved indefinitely, even if the RSP-1068 is disconnected from AC power.
ZONE: The ZONE jack is used with IR repeater systems to receiver signals from IR control systems in remote location. For example, remote control signals sent to the ZONE REM IN control the ZONE 2 features of the RSP-1068 and can be relayed to other components. Consult your authorized Rotel dealer for information on external receivers and the proper wiring of a 3.5 mm mini-plugs to fit the REM IN jacks.
NOTE: The IR signals from the EXT REMOTE IN and ZONE REMOTE IN jacks can be relayed to source components using external IR emitters or hard-wired connections from the IR OUT jacks. See the following section for additional information.
See Figure 3
Connect the left and right analog outputs from the CD player to the AUDIO IN jacks labeled CD (left and right). Optional: Connect the digital output of the CD player to any of the Optical or Coax digital inputs on the RSP-1068. Use the INPUT SETUP menu to assign the digital input to the CD. There are no video connections for a CD Player.
Master Power Switch
The large rocker switch on the rear panel is a master power switch. When it is in the OFF position, power to the unit is completely off. When it is in the ON position, the front panel STANDBY and remote control ON/OFF buttons can be used to activate the unit or put it into standby mode.
NOTE: After all connections are completed, the rear panel master power switch should be put in the ON position and usually left in that position.
See Figure 4
IR OUT Jacks
The IR OUT 1 & 2 jacks send IR signals received at the ZONE REM IN or the EXT REM IN jacks to an infrared blaster or emitter placed in front of a source components IR sensor. In addition, the IR OUT can be hard-wired to Rotel CD players, DVD players, or tuners with a compatible connector. These outputs are used to allow IR signals from Zone 2 to be sent to the source components, or to pass along IR signals from a remote in the main room when the sensors on the source components are blocked by installation in a cabinet. See your authorized Rotel dealer for information on IR emitters and repeater systems.
12V TRIGGER Connections
Many Rotel amplifiers offer the option of turning them on and off using a 12 volt trigger. These three connections provide this 12 volt trigger signal from the RSP-1068. When the RSP-1068 is activated, a 12 volt DC signal is sent to the amplifiers to turn them on. When the RSP-1068 is put in STANDBY mode, the trigger signal is interrupted and the amplifiers turn off. To use the remote turn on feature, connect one of the RSP-1068s 12V TRIG OUT jacks to the 12 volt trigger input of a Rotel amplifier, using a cable with mono 3.5 mm mini-plugs on both ends. The +12 V DC signal appears at the tip connector.
abled. If no digital signal is present, the analog inputs for that source are selected. This auto-sensing is the preferred configuration for digital source inputs such as DVD players. When an ANALOG input is assigned, the unit will not access a digital signal, even though one may be available at the digital input. By default, the source input buttons are factory configured to select the following inputs:
Selecting a Source from the Remote
To select a source for LISTENING in the main room: press and hold one of the DEVICE/INPUT buttons for more than one second. To select the MULTI INPUT, press and hold the EXT button.
NOTE: A short press of a DEVICE/INPUT button changes the remote control device only, but does not change the source input.
Dolby Surround Dolby Pro Logic II
The most widely available surround sound format for consumer audio/video is Dolby Surround, available on nearly all commercial VHS tapes, many television broadcasts, and most DVDs. Dolby Surround is the consumer version of the analog Dolby Stereo system first introduced in the film industry in 1972. It is a matrix-encoding system that records front left, front center, front right, and a mono surround channel into a 2-channel stereo recording. During playback, a Dolby Pro Logic or Pro Logic II decoder extracts each channel and distributes it to the appropriate speakers. The original Dolby Pro Logic decoder delivered a mono signal with reduced high-frequency content to the surround speakers. A more advanced decoder in the RSP-1068, Dolby Pro Logic II, increases the separation and frequency response of the surround channels for significantly improved performance with Dolby Surround encoded recordings. Dolby Pro Logic II decoding should be used for any analog recording labeled Dolby Surround or any Dolby Digital 2.0 soundtrack. Dolby Pro Logic II does a superb job deriving surround sound from conventional 2-channel stereo recordings, using phase relationships to extract front, right, center, and surround channels. A music mode makes Pro Logic II an excellent choice for audio CDs.
CD: Tuner: Tape: Video 1: Video 2: Video 3: Video 4: Video 5:
Analog input Analog input Analog input Digital Coaxial 1 Digital Coaxial 2 Digital Coaxial 3 Digital Optical 1 Digital Optical 2
To select a source for RECORDING: Press the REC button. Then, press and hold one of the DEVICE/INPUT buttons within 10 seconds. Alternatively, you can press the REC button and then use the +/ buttons to scroll through the available source options. Select any input (CD, TUNER, TAPE, or VIDEO 15). Selecting the SOURCE option links the recording source to the input selected for main room listening. Whatever input is selected for listening is also sent to the record outputs. To select a source for Zone 2: Press the ZONE button. Then, press and hold one of the DEVICE/INPUT buttons within 10 seconds. Alternatively, you can press the ZONE button and then use the +/ buttons to scroll through the available source options. Select any input (CD, TUNER, TAPE, or VIDEO 15). Selecting the SOURCE option links the Zone 2 source to the input selected for main room listening. Whatever input is selected for the main room is also sent to the Zone 2 outputs.
Each source input should be configured using the ON-SCREEN DISPLAY menu system to use the desired input type (analog or digital auto-sensing). See the INPUT MENU section for configuration instructions.
In addition to selecting analog or digital signals, the configuration options also permit custom labeling and selection of a default surround mode for each of the inputs.
The input source buttons can also be used with the REC button to select an analog input source signal to be available at the outputs for recording. Additionally, the input source buttons can be used with the ZONE button to select an analog input source for ZONE 2.
In 1992, a digital recording system, called Dolby Digital, was first used in the film industry. Dolby Digital is a recording/playback system that uses compression techniques to store large amounts of audio data efficiently, much like the JPEG format stores large photographs in small files on a computer. Because it is capable of performance beyond that of audio CDs and can tailor its output for a wide ranges of system configurations, Dolby Digital is the standard audio format for DVDs and for digital television broadcasting in the United States. The Dolby Digital system can be used to record up to six discrete audio channels, but can also be used for fewer. For example, a Dolby Digital 2.0 soundtrack is a digital 2-channel recording of a matrix encoded Dolby Surround soundtrack. To play a Dolby Digital 2.0 recording, use Dolby Pro Logic II decoding as previously described.
Selecting a Source Input from the Front Panel
To select a source for LISTENING: Press one of the eight INPUT buttons or the MULTI INPUT button. To select a source for RECORDING: Press the REC button and then press one of the eight INPUT buttons within 10 seconds. To select a source for Zone 2: Press the ZONE button and then press one of the INPUT buttons within 10 seconds.
NOTE: See the section on Zone 2 operations for details of selecting a source for the remote zone.
Overview of Surround Formats
To get the best performance from your RSP-1068, it helps to understand the many surround sound formats available today, to know which decoding process to use for a particular recording, and how to select it. This section provides basic background information about surround sound formats. The following sections provide detailed operating instructions for automatic and manual selection of surround modes.
The most common use of Dolby Digital in newer films, in both the film industry and in home theater, is Dolby Digital 5.1. Instead of encoding multiple surround channels on a two-channel recording, Dolby Digital 5.1 records six discrete channels: front left, front center, front right, surround left, surround right, and a Low Frequency Effects (LFE) channel containing ultralow bass signals intended for a subwoofer. A Dolby Digital decoder extracts the channels from the digital bitstream, converts them to analog signals and routes them to the appropriate amplifiers and speakers. All channels provide full frequency response with total separation between all channels and large dynamic range capability. A Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack can provide more impressive surround sound than matrix Dolby Surround. Decoding of Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtracks is automatic. When the RSP-1068 detects a Dolby 5.1 signal on one of its digital inputs, it activates the proper processing. Keep in mind that Dolby Digital is only available from digital sources (a DVD, a LaserDisc, or a Digital TV/ Cable/SAT tuner). Also, you must connect the source with a digital cable (coax or optical) to an active digital input on the RSP-1068.
The RSP-1068 features a second type of DTS surround sound decoding: DTS Neo:6. This decoding system is similar to Dolby Pro Logic II and is designed for playback of any 2-channel stereo recording, either matrix-encoded or not. The Neo:6 decoder can be used with any conventional 2-channel source such a stereo TV or FM broadcast or a CD. It can also be used as an alternative method of decoding matrix-encoded Dolby Surround recordings or TV broadcasts. Activate the DTS Neo:6 decoding with the DTS Neo:6 button as detailed later in this section. DTS Neo:6 is not used with DTS 5.1 digital sources and the button need not be pressed for those recordings.
Dolby Pro Logic IIx 6.1 and 7.1 Surround
The latest technology from Dolby uses advanced matrix decoding for the surround channels in a 6.1 channel or 7.1 channel system. Working with any 2.0 channel or 5.1 channel recording, Dolby Pro Logic IIx processing distributes the surround channel information among three or four surround channels, with a Music mode optimized for musical recordings and a Cinema mode optimized for film soundtracks.
DTS 5.1 DTS 96/24
DTS (Digital Theater Systems) is an alternative digital format competing with Dolby Digital in both movie theaters and home theater markets. The basic functions of the DTS system are similar to those of Dolby Digital (for example, 5.1 discrete channels), however the technical details of the compression and decoding processes differ somewhat and a DTS decoder is required. A recent extension of the DTS encoding system is DTS 96/24. These recordings provide the performance of a 96kHz sampling rate while still using actual 48kHz sampling rate of standard DTS discs.
Dolby Digital Surround EX DTS-ES 6.1 and 7.1 Surround
In 1999, the first Dolby Digital soundtrack was released to theaters with an additional center back surround channel, intended to increase the directional effects from behind the audience. This additional surround channel is encoded into the two existing surround channels in Dolby Digital 5.1, using a matrix encoding process similar to that used previously in Dolby Surround. This new extended surround capability is called Dolby Digital Surround EX.
Rotel XS 6.1 and 7.1 Surround
The RSP-1068 also features Rotel XS (eXtra Surround) processing provides extended surround performance on 6.1 and 7.1 channel systems. The key benefit of Rotel XS is that it works at all times with all multichannel digital signals, even those that might not otherwise activate Dolby Digital EX or DTS-ES surround decoding for the center back channel(s). Always available when center back speaker(s) are configured in the system setup, Rotel XS decodes the surround channels and distributes
The SYSTEM STATUS menu provides a snapshot of the current system settings and a starting point for reaching all other screens and menus. This screen appears when you press the remote MENU/OSD or front panel MENU button [DELETE] and displays the following information: LISTEN: the input source selected for listening. VID INPUT: the video source selected for viewing. Can be VIDEO 15 or OFF (no video) as selected on the INPUT SETUP menu. Typically, the video source matches the audio from listening source; however a different video input can be selected. RECORD: the source selected for recording from the VIDEO and AUDIO outputs. MODE: the current surround sound mode. INPUT: the input selected for the current source: Optical Digital, Coaxial Digital, Analog, etc. VOLUME: the current volume setting. ZONE: the current status of ZONE 2, ON or OFF. SPEAKERS: highlights the speakers that are currently configured for the system (front right, center, subwoofer, front left, surround left, center back 1, center back 2, and surround right) No changes can be made using this screen; it only provides information. To go to the rest of the menus, press the ENTER button to go to the MAIN menu. Press the MENU/OSD button on the remote to cancel the display and return to normal operation.
NOTE: The SYSTEM STATUS screen appears for five seconds when the unit is turned on and automatically turns off.
MENU/OSD button: Press to display the SYSTEM STATUS screen. From the SYSTEM STATUS screen, press the ENTER button to display the MAIN MENU screen which has links to all other menus. If a menu is already visible, push this button to cancel the display. The MENU button on the front panel provides the same function. DOWN/UP Buttons: Press to move up and down in the lists of menu items that appear on the OSD screens. +/ Buttons: Press to change the current settings for a selected menu item on OSD screens. ENTER Button: From the SYSTEM STATUS screen, press ENTER to display the MAIN MENU screen. From any other OSD screen, press ENTER to confirm a setting and return to the MAIN menu.
VID INPUT: select the video source to be displayed on the TV monitor with the listening source specified on the first line. Can be VIDEO 15 or OFF (no video). Typically, the video source matches the audio from listening source; however a different video input can be selected. For audio only sources (such as a CD player), you would typically specify OFF so that no video is displayed. INPUT LABEL: The eight character labels for the all eight inputs can be customized. Place the highlight on this line to begin labelling. The first character in the label will be flashing. 1. Press the +/ buttons on the remote to change the first letter, scrolling through the list of available characters. 2. Press the ENT button on the remote to confirm that letter and move to the next position. 3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 until all eight characters (including blank spaces) have been completed. The final press of the ENT button saves the new label. INPUT: assigns a physical input connection to use as the default for the source displayed in the first line of the menu. The options are ANALOG input, three OPTICAL digital inputs (OPTICAL 13), and five COAXIAL digital inputs (COAXIAL 15). When a digital input is the default, the unit will check for a digital signal when the INPUT SOURCE is selected. If no digital signal is present, the unit will automatically revert to the analog input. When an ANALOG input is the default, the unit will not access a digital signal, even though one may be present at the digital input; thus, the ANALOG setting forces the unit to use an analog signal. Assigning a digital input (with its auto-sensing) is generally the preferred configuration for any source with a digital output.
The DELAY SETUP menu, which is reached from the MAIN menu, allows you to set the delay for individual speakers. This ensures that the sound from each speaker arrives simultaneously at the listening position, even when the speakers are not all placed at equal distances from the listener. Increase the delay to speakers located closer to the seating area and decrease the delay to speakers located farther from the seating area. The RSP-1068 makes setting the delay time for each speaker very easy. Simply measure the distance (in feet or meters) from your seating position to each speaker in your system. Set the measured distance in the line for each speaker. The menu provides a line for each speaker configured in your system and provides a range of settings up to 99 feet (30 meters) in 1 foot (0.3 m) increments with each increment equivalent to an additional delay of 1ms. To change a setting, place the highlight on the desired line using the UP/DOWN buttons and use the +/ buttons to increase or decrease the delay setting. To return to the MAIN menu, press the ENTER button. Press the MENU/OSD button on the remote to cancel the display and return to normal operation.
effects, the actual level of the subwoofer may be slightly higher than you measure. To compensate, Dolby suggests setting the subwoofer several dB lower when calibrating with an SPL meter (i.e. set the subwoofer to read 72dB on the meter instead of 75dB). Ultimately, the proper subwoofer level must be determined by personal taste and some listeners prefer to set it above 75dB for film soundtracks. Exaggerated bass effects come at the expense of proper blending with the main speakers and place stress on the subwoofer and its amplifier. If you can localize bass from the subwoofer, the subwoofer level may be too high. Music can be useful for fine-tuning the subwoofer level as excessive bass is readily apparent. The proper setting will generally work well for music and movie soundtracks.
The unit must be activated using the front panel STANDBY button or the remote ON/OFF buttons. With the DIRECT setting, the unit is fully activated when AC power is applied and the rear panel POWER button is ON; however, it may be put in standby mode using the front panel STANDBY button or the remote ON/OFF buttons. In ALWAYS-ON mode, the unit remains fully active whenever AC is present and the rear panel POWER button is ON; the front panel STANDBY button and the remote ON/OFF buttons are disabled and the unit cannot be put in standby mode. LANGUAGE: Selects a language for the On Screen Display. VIDEO: Specifies whether an NTSC or PAL television monitor is connected to the TV MONITOR outputs of the RSP-1068. This setting must be correct for the upconversion and OSD menus to work properly. OSD ON/OFF: Select whether or not status information (such as the volume setting) is displayed on the TV monitor. PROGRESSIVE: The OSD menus cannot be displayed on the TV monitor when progressive scan or 1080i HDTV video signals are being used at the Component Video inputs. This setting enables a feature that allows the display of the main OSD setup menus (but not the information displays such as volume, etc.) on the TV monitor by interrupting the progressive scan video signal and restoring it after the OSD menus are cancelled. Choose the video input or combination of video inputs for progressive scan or HDTV video signals (480p, 720p, 1080i). All other video inputs will be assigned as standard interlaced video inputs. Video 4 and 5 cannot be assigned as progressive scan inputs.
Total Harmonic Distortion <0.008% Intermodulation Distortion (60 Hz:7 kHz) <0.008% Frequency Response 10 Hz 120 kHz, 3dB (analog bypass) 10 Hz 95 kHz, 3dB (digital input) Signal to Noise Ratio (IHF A-weighted) 95dB (analog bypass) 92dB (Dolby Digital, dts) 0dBFs Input Sensitivity/Impedance Line Level: 200 mV/100K ohms Preamp Output Level/Output Impedance 1.0 V / 1K ohms Contour (LF/HF) 6dB at 50 Hz/15 kHz Decodable Digital Input Signals Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital EX, DTS, DTS-ES, DTS 96/24, LPCM (up to 192K), HDCD, MP3, MPEG Multichannel
The unit does not turn on. Make sure the power cord is plugged into the rear panel and a live AC wall outlet. Make sure the rear panel POWER switch is in the ON position No sound from any input. Make sure that MUTING is off and VOLUME is turned up. Make sure that preamp outputs are connected to a power amplifier and that the amplifier is turned on. Make sure source inputs are connected and configured correctly. No sound from digital sources. Make sure that digital input connector is assigned to the proper source input and that the source input is configured to use the digital input rather than an analog input. Check the configuration of the DVD player to ensure that the bitstream and/or DTS digital output is activated. No sound from some speakers. Check all power amp and speaker connections. Check Speaker Configuration settings in the Setup menus. No video output on TV monitor. Make sure that the TV monitor is connected properly. Component video outputs can send any type of signal to the TV. Composite video connections can only send video from composite sources and S-Video connections can only send video from S-Video sources. Make sure the NTSC/PAL switch is set properly. OSD menus are not displayed on TV Monitor. Go to Setup menus and configure OSD menus to be displayed on the TV monitor.
Frequency Response 3 Hz 10 MHz, 3dB (Digital Input) 3 Hz 100 MHz, 3dB (Component Video) Signal to Noise Ratio 45dB Input Impedance 75 ohms Output Impedance 75 ohms Output Level 1.0 volt
Power Consumption: 48 watts 8 watts (standby) Power Requirements (AC) 115 volts, 60Hz (USA version) 230 volts, 50Hz (CE version) Weight 8.4 Kg/18.5 lb. Dimensions (W x H x D) 432 x 122 x 341 mm 17.01" x 4.8" x 13.43" Front Panel Height
(feet removed for rack mount)
109 mm / 4.29"
When sizing openings in custom cabinets, measure the unit to be installed and/or allow at least 1 mm clearance on all sides for unit to unit tolerances. All specifications are accurate at the time of printing. Rotel reserves the right to make improvements without notice. Rotel and the Rotel HiFi logo are registered trademarks of The Rotel Co, Ltd., Tokyo, Japan.
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