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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

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Input Setup
Input source signals a. Analog/PCM Analog sources consist of LP records, FM and AM broadcasts, cassette tapes, and the such. PCM (Pulse Code Modulation) is one form of digital audio signals and is recorded directly onto compact discs and DVDs without compression. b. PCM fs=96k Set a listening mode for the input signal from digital PCM sources recorded with a sampling rate of 96 kHz. c. Dolby D (Dolby Digital) Digital data with AC-3 compression and a maximum of 5.1-channel surround sound. This source signal comes from DVDs and LDs that have the mark and therefore recorded for 5.1-channel output. This source also comes from digital satellite broadcasts that support Dolby Digital. Dialog norm Dialogue Normalization (Dialog Norm) is feature of Dolby Digital. When playing back software that has been encoded in Dolby Digital, sometimes you may see a brief message in the front panel display that read Dialog Norm xdB (“x” being a numeric value). Dialogue Normalization serves to let you know if the source material has been recorded at a higher or lower level than usual. For example, if you see the message “Dialog Norm: +4” in the front panel display, to keep the overall output level constant just turn down the volume control by 4dB. In other words, the source material that you are listening to has been recorded 4dB louder than usual. If you do not see a message, then no adjustment of the volume control is necessary. Listening Modes Mono This mode is for playing old movies whose sound is recorded in monaural or playing left and right channels separately in the movies which contains the different language signals recorded into individual channels. This mode also allows you to listen to the multiplexed soundtracks on DVDs, and other media that have them. Direct/Pure Audio This mode delivers pure sound with minimum sound quality adjustment and filtration. The sound recorded for the right and left front channels is output to the right and left front speakers only and not output to the subwoofer. Same as the direct mode except that the pure audio mode also turns off the display window, turns off the power supply to the video circuitry, and minimizes the sources of noise. The result is highfidelity music playback true to the original source. Stereo This mode has all input sound is output from the left and right front speakers. Subwoofer also can be used for playback. T-D (Theater-Dimensional) For the best enjoyment of your home theater, it is recommended that you have at least front left and right speakers, a center speaker, and surround left and right speakers. However, if you only have front left and right speakers, you can enjoy multichannel audio by using this mode. This mode controls the characteristics of the sound that reaches each ear to reproduce a multi-speaker setup. To receive the full effect, there is an optimum listening position (sweet spot). Refer to the explanation of the listening angle. In addition, if the reflective sound components are large, it may be difficult to achieve the desired result, so be sure to set up your system and listening position to minimize reflective sound. DOLBY PRO LOGIC II This mode is a new generation 5-channel surround system that provides performance between the 4-channel (left front, right front, center, and monaural surround) Pro Logic Surround and the 5.1channel Dolby Digital Surround. This mode can be set to the Movie mode designed for playing movies and the Music mode designed for listening to music. In the Movie mode, the surround channels, which used to provide monaural output over only a narrow frequency range, now provide complete stereo output over the full frequency range. The result is movie viewing with a realistic feel of movement. The Music mode uses the surround channels to provide a natural sound space that cannot be provided with normal stereo output. This mode can be used with VHS and DVD videos with the mark and certain television programs. The Music mode can be used with music compact discs and other stereo sources. If no surround speakers are connected, then the surround sound is divided and output from the front left and right channels (3 stereo). Dolby D (Dolby Digital) Used for playing Dolby Digital source.

d. DTS DTS (Digital Theater System) is compressed digital data with a maximum 5.1-channel surround output that allows for an extremely high-quality sound. This source signal requires a DVD player that supports DTS output and comes from DVDs, compact discs, and LDs that have the mark. f. D.F. 2 ch (Digital Format 2 channel) 2 channel digital signal (except for PCM) such as Dolby Digital. DVD or LD in which the 2 channel sound are recorded may be this type of input signal. g. D.F. Mono (Digital Format Monaural) Monaural digital signal (except for PCM) such as Dolby Digital. DVD or LD in which the monaural sound are recorded may be this type of input signal.


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