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YAMAHA ELECTRONICS CORPORATION, USA 6660 ORANGETHORPE AVE., BUENA PARK, CALIF. 90620, U.S.A. YAMAHA CANADA MUSIC LTD. 135 MILNER AVE., SCARBOROUGH, ONTARIO M1S 3R1, CANADA YAMAHA ELECTRONIK EUROPA G.m.b.H. SIEMENSSTR. 22-34, 25462 RELLINGEN BEI HAMBURG, F.R. OF GERMANY YAMAHA ELECTRONIQUE FRANCE S.A. RUE AMBROISE CROIZAT BP70 CROISSY-BEAUBOURG 77312 MARNE-LA-VALLEE CEDEX02, FRANCE YAMAHA ELECTRONICS (UK) LTD. YAMAHA HOUSE, 200 RICKMANSWORTH ROAD WATFORD, HERTS WD1 7JS, ENGLAND YAMAHA SCANDINAVIA A.B. J A WETTERGRENS GATA 1, BOX 30053, 400 43 VSTRA FRLUNDA, SWEDEN YAMAHA MUSIC AUSTRALIA PTY, LTD. 17-33 MARKET ST., SOUTH MELBOURNE, 3205 VIC., AUSTRALIA Printed in China ID V586140

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CAUTION

CAUTION: READ THIS BEFORE OPERATING YOUR UNIT.

1. To assure the finest performance, please read this manual carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future reference.

2. Install this unit in a cool, dry, clean place away from windows, heat sources, sources of excessive vibration, dust, moisture and cold. Avoid sources of humming (transformers, motors). To prevent fire or electrical shock, do not expose the unit to rain or water.

3. Never open the cabinet. If something drops into the unit, contact your dealer.

4. Do not use force on switches, controls or connection cables. When moving the unit, first disconnect the power cord and then the cables connected to other component. Never pull the cables themselves.

5. The openings on the cover assure proper ventilation of the unit. If these openings are obstructed, the temperature inside the unit will rise rapidly. Therefore, avoid placing objects against these openings, and install the unit in a well-ventilated area to prevent fire and damage.

6. The voltage used must be the same as that specified on this unit. Using this unit with a higher voltage than specified is dangerous and may result in fire or other accidents. YAMAHA will not be held responsible for any damage resulting from the use of this unit with a voltage other than that specified.

7. Digital signals generated by this unit may interfere with other component such as tuners, receivers and TVs. Move this unit farther away from such component if interference is observed.

8. Always set the volume to the minimum level before starting the audio source play. Increase the volume gradually to an appropriate level after playback has been started.

9. Do not attempt to clean the unit with chemical solvents; this might damage the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth.

10. Be sure to read the TROUBLESHOOTING section regarding common operating errors before concluding that the unit is faulty.

11. When not planning to use this unit for a long period of time (e.g., a vacation), disconnect the AC power cord from the wall outlet.

12. To prevent lightning damage, disconnect the AC power cord and disconnect the antenna cable when there is an electrical storm.

13. Grounding or polarization Precautions should be taken so that the grounding or polarization of the unit is not defeated.

14. AC outlet Do not connect audio component to the AC outlet on the rear panel if that component requires more power than the outlet is rated to provide.

15. Though this speaker is a magnetic shielding type, there may be some influence on a TV picture depending on the type of TV or the placement of the speaker. In such a case, place the speaker apart from the TV so that there is no influence on TV picture.

This unit is not disconnected from the AC power source as long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if this unit itself is turned off. This state is called the standby mode. In this state, this unit is designed to consume a very small quantity of power.

For U.K. customers If the socket outlets in the home are not suitable for the plug supplied with this appliance, it should be cut off and an appropriate 3 pin plug fitted. For details, refer to the instructions described below.

Note The plug severed from the mains lead must be destroyed, as a

plug with bared flexible cord is hazardous if engaged in a live socket outlet.

Special Instructions for U.K. Model

IMPORTANT

THE WIRES IN MAINS LEAD ARE COLOURED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING CODE:

Blue: NEUTRAL Brown: LIVE

As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK. The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED. Making sure that neither core is connected to the earth terminal of the three pin plug.

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FEATURES

Home Theater Sound This system delivers a realistic and powerful sound experience like that found in a movie theater just by connecting the front speaker unit to the TV. You can also enjoy stronger bass and surround effects by adding the separately available YAMAHA NX-SW70, consisting of a subwoofer and two rear speakers.

Includes Dolby Digital* and Dolby Pro Logic Decoder

This system can reproduce the sound field of the software with the g or logo mark.

Virtual Surround The front speaker unit can produce a virtual Dolby Surround sound field when playing software with the g or logo mark so that you can enjoy surround effects that give motion to sound and make you feel like you are inside the action.

Seven DSP programs including YAMAHA CINEMA DSP

Connecting the YAMAHA NX-SW70 (sold separately) allows seven different DSP programs to be used to enhance the power and realism of various sources, from movies, to concerts, and sporting events.

Preset Remote Control The remote control can be used to control not only the front speaker unit, but component from other manufacturers as well merely by setting the proper manufacturer code.

y indicates a tip for your operation.

PREPARATION

Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Works. 1992 1997 Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved.

CONTENTS

OPERATION OPERATING THE UNIT ......................................... 17 USING CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS .................... 18 DSP PROGRAM (DIGITAL SOUND FIELD

PROCESSOR EFFECT) ........................................ 19 MENU FUNCTIONS ................................................. 21

REMOTE CONTROL OPERATING OTHER COMPONENTS USING

THE REMOTE CONTROL .................................. 23

APPENDIX GLOSSARY................................................................ 28 TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................ 29 SPECIFICATIONS .................................................... 30 INDEX ........................................................................ 31

PREPARATION FEATURES .................................................................. 1 GETTING STARTED ................................................. 2 NAMES OF ALL PARTS ............................................ 4 SPEAKER PLACEMENT .......................................... 6 INSTALLATION ......................................................... 7 CONNECTIONS .......................................................... 9 ADJUSTING THE SPEAKER

OUTPUT LEVELS ................................................. 15

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GETTING STARTED

Checking the Package Contents Check that the following accessories are included in the package.

Remote control Batteries (AAA, R03, UM-4 type) Audio connection cord (2 pin, 3m)

Velcro strips (2 sets) Connection guide

Readying the Remote Control

Inserting the batteries 1 Remove the battery compartment cover.

2 Insert the four batteries (AAA, R03, UM-4 type) with + and oriented properly.

3 Close the battery compartment cover.

Precautions regarding batteries Misuse of dry cell batteries may result in leakage or bursting. Be sure to follow the precautions given below. Insert batteries with (+) and () oriented according to the

marking in the battery compartment. Do not mix old and new batteries. Do not mix different types of batteries as they may offer

different voltage and performance even though they have the same shape.

Remove all batteries when they can no longer be used or when the remote control will not be used for an extended period.

Do not use rechargeable batteries. If leakage occurs, wipe away all battery fluid inside the

compartment.

Preserving the manufacturer code

Replace batteries early before they become unusable. The manufacturer code set by the user will be preserved for about two minutes when batteries run out or when they are removed. Note that the manufacturer code setting may be lost if more than two minutes elapses.

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GETTING STARTED

Operational Area of the Remote Control

Front speaker

Approx. 20 cm 6 m

30 30

Battery replacement cycle Replace all four batteries when the operational range of the remote control starts to become shorter.

Precautions on handling the remote control

The remote control may not be able to operate the front speaker unit when an object blocks the remote control sensor on the unit.

Do not subject the remote control to impact. Do not allow it to get wet or place it in a location subject to high humidity.

The remote control operations become difficult when direct sunlight or other strong light (such as from an inverter fluorescent lamp) strikes the sensor. Adjust the relative positions of the light and the front speaker if this happens.

Remote control operations may not be possible if another remote control is being operated at the same time.

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NAMES OF ALL PARTS

Front Speaker Unit (Front Panel)

INPUT selector button (page 17) VOLUME +/ (page 17) DSP selector button (page 20)

STANDBY indicator POWER (page 17) Turns the units power on and off. This button also turns off the subwoofers power when a YAMAHA subwoofer and rear speakers NX-SW70 (sold separately) are connected. The STANDBY indicator will light when power is turned off using p on the remote control.

Display

VIRTUAL indicator (page 20) TRUBASS indicator (page 18) ENHANCED indicator

Processing indicators (page 20) Display used for DSP program name, level, and operational status

DSP

DIGITAL ENHANCED SURROUND PRO LOGIC

VIRTUAL TRUBASS

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NAMES OF ALL PARTS

Remote Control

p (power) (page 17)

Remote control selector buttons (page 23)

VOL (page 17)

m(page 18)

SET/DSP (pages 20 and 23)

MENU (page 21)

SUBWOOFER (page 18)

NIGHT MODE (page 18)

t(page 18)

DSP ON/OFF (page 20)

Transmission indicator

Not used with this unit.

VOL + (page 17)

c(page 23)

INPUT selector button (page 17)

Numeric buttons (page 23)

SUBWOOFER + (page 18)

TEST (page 15)

Not used with this unit.

y Of the buttons on the remote control, those used to control this unit is colored in dark gray.

MENU + (page 21)MENU (page 21)

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SPEAKER PLACEMENT

Although speakers should ideally be placed as shown below, satisfactory effects may be obtained even if you do not strictly follow these guidelines.

Front speaker unit Place the front speaker unit on top of the television and align the front surface of the speakers with the front surface of the television monitor. For details on placement, refer to page 7. If the system cannot be placed on top of the television, place it on a rack beneath the television as close to the television monitor as possible.

YAMAHA rear speakers NX-AVS70 (sold separately)

Depending on room conditions, it is possible to place YAMAHA rear speakers NX-AVS70 on shelves or hang them on the wall. Speakers should be placed about 1.8 m above the floor.

About 1.8 m

YAMAHA subwoofer SW-AVS70 (sold separately)

Place the subwoofer at the either right or left side of the front speaker unit and facing slightly toward the center of the room so that the sound from it and the sound reflected by the wall should not cancel out each other. Try altering the position of the subwoofer versus the listening position as the relative position will affect the way the bass sounds.

CAUTION

Although the speakers in this unit are magnetically shielded, they may still affect the color on the television monitor when using the speakers on top of the television. Adjust the relative positions of the speakers and the television if this happen. Perform the following steps if you are using a magnetically shielded television. 1 Turn off the television. 2 Wait awhile and turn the television back on.

Front speaker unit Place above the monitor in the center.

Subwoofer (sold separately or already owned)

Left rear speaker

Rear speakers (sold separately) Place behind or to the sides of the listening position.

Right rear speaker

1.8 m

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INSTALLATION

To prevent the front speaker unit from falling, secure it with the provided velcro strip when placing it on a television or other device. Also, use the height adjustment bracket on the rear of the front speaker unit when there is not enough space for installation or when the surface is sloped.

Using the Velcro Strips

Precautions before installation Do not touch the adhesive surface after peeling off the strip as this will weaken its adhesive strength. Thoroughly wipe clean the surface where the velcro strip is to be applied. Note that adhesive strength is weakened if the

surface is dusty, oily or wet and that this may cause the front speaker unit to drop.

1 Peel off the seal of the velcro strip with the rough surface and apply to the protrusions on the bottom of the front speaker unit.

Wrap the strip tightly with sides of the tape well aligned with the edges of the protrusion.

Rough surface Front speaker (bottom panel)

Protrusion

2 Place the front speaker unit where it is to be installed (ex. on top of the television ) to determine where to apply the velcro strip with the smooth surface. Position so that the position of the velcro strip stuck to the front speaker unit matches that of the velcro strip stuck to the top of the television.

3 Peel off the seal of the velcro strip with the smooth surface and apply to the positions determined in step 2.

Peel off the seal.

Smooth surface

4 Align both the velcro strip on both sides and firmly press downward on the top of the front speaker unit.

Press down.

Note Once the front speaker unit is secured in this way, the paint on the

television surface used for installation may peel off when velcro strip is removed later. Be sure to apply velcro strip after carefully checking the surface to be used for installation.

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INSTALLATION

Using the Height Adjustment Brackets

1 Loosen the screws securing the adjustment bracket.

Loosen the screws.

2 Lower the bracket so that the front speaker unit is level and securely tighten the screws.

Lower the bracket and adjust.

Securely tighten the screws. Place the front

speaker unit so that it is level.

To further stabilize and prevent falling

Wire attachment hole

Secure the front speaker unit to the wall by attaching sufficiently strong wire to the wire attachment hole on the adjustment bracket. This prevents falling in two ways when this method is used together with velcro strip. This can prevent damage caused by the front speaker falling.

Note Please provide wire separately.

CAUTION

Never place anything on top of the front speaker unit.

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CONNECTIONS

CAUTION

Always be sure to turn off the power of the main unit and any component to be connected when making connections.

To ensure proper connections Connect the white plug of the connection cord to the left L (white) audio signal terminal and connect the red plug to the

right R(red) terminal. Insert the plug securely. If the plug is not inserted securely, noise may result or sound may not be output. Since the method of connection and terminal names differ depending on the component being used, be sure to refer to the

instruction manuals for all components being connected. After connections have been made, check one more time that wiring has been made properly.

Pages 10 to 12 TV (monitor) VCR, etc.

DVD player, LD player, etc.

Front speaker unit

Page 14

AC outlet

YAMAHA subwoofer and rear speakers NX-SW70 (sold separately)

Page 14

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CONNECTIONS

Connecting a TV or VCR

Connecting a TV (monitor) with audio output terminals

Connect the audio output terminal on the TV (monitor) to the TV terminal on the front speaker unit using the provided audio connection cord.

y Television audio can be heard using the front speaker unit. (Although you can also hear the audio using the TV speakers, we recommend you reduce the TV volume so that you may enjoy the full benefit of the front speaker unit.) Audio can be heard using the TV speakers when the front speaker unit is turned off.

Front speaker unit

Audio connection cord (provided)

VCR, etc. TV (monitor)

R L OUTPUT

IN P

U T

L

AUX TV VIDEO

M A

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SUBWOOFER

SYSTEM CONNECTOR

THROUGH OUT

R

DIGITAL 2 ( /PCM)

DIGITAL 1 ( /PCM)

R L

RL AUDIO IN RAUDIO IN L

AUDIO OUT LAUDIO OUT R

AUDIO/VIDEO OUT

AUDIO/VIDEO IN

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CONNECTIONS

Connecting to a TV (monitor) without audio output terminals

There are two methods of making connection: 1. connecting only the VIDEO terminals or 2. connecting the THROUGH OUT terminals in addition to the VIDEO terminals.

When only the VIDEO terminals are connected Connect the audio output terminals on the VCR to the VIDEO terminals on the front speaker unit using the provided audio connection cord. VCR audio may always be heard using the front speaker unit. Audio cannot be heard when the front speaker units power is turned off. (Audio cannot be heard from the TVs speakers either.)

When VIDEO terminals and THROUGH OUT terminals are connected Connect the THROUGH OUT terminals of the front speaker unit to the audio input terminals of the TV (monitor) using a commercially available audio connection cord. VCR audio can be heard using the front speaker unit when the front speaker unit is turned on. Audio can be heard using the TV speakers when the front speaker unit is turned off.

VCR, etc. TV (monitor)

Front speaker unit

Audio connection cord (provided)

Audio connection cord (commercially available)

R L INPUT

R L OUTPUT

IN P

U T

L

AUX TV VIDEO

M A

R K

SUBWOOFER

SYSTEM CONNECTOR

THROUGH OUT

R

DIGITAL 2 ( /PCM)

DIGITAL 1 ( /PCM)

R LRL

R L

R L

AUDIO IN L

AUDIO IN R

AUDIO THROUGH OUT R

AUDIO THROUGH OUT L

AUDIO OUT R

AUDIO OUT L

AUDIO IN R

AUDIO IN L

VIDEO OUT

VIDEO IN

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Connecting a TV (monitor) to enjoy digital audio

Connect the optical terminal or coaxial terminal of the LD or DVD player to the DIGITAL 1 (optical) terminal or DIGITAL 2 (coaxial) terminal of the front speaker unit using a commercially available optical fiber cable or audio connection cord (1 pin).

Notes You need to make digital connection between this unit and your component to enjoy a Dolby Digital source. The audio of the LD or DVD player can be heard from the front speaker unit, but not from the TV speakers. The audio of the LD or DVD

player cannot be heard when the front speaker units power is turned off. If your LD player has a Dolby Digital RF signal output terminal, be sure to use the RF demodulator (separately purchased). No sound will be heard when connecting your LD players Dolby Digital RF signal output terminal directly to this units DIGITAL 2

terminal.

Front speaker unit

Anti-dust cap

Anti-dust cap Remove the cap covering the DIGITAL 1 terminal (optical) when connecting an optical fiber cable. Safely store the cap and always re-insert it in the terminal when the terminal is not in use. (This cap prevents the entrance of dust.)

Connect one of these

Optical fiber cable (EIA standard) (commercially available)

Audio connection cord (1 pin) (commercially available)

TV (monitor)

DVD player, LD player, etc.

IN P

U T

L

AUX TV VIDEO

M A

R K

SUBWOOFER

SYSTEM CONNECTOR

THROUGH OUT

R

DIGITAL 2 ( /PCM)

DIGITAL 1 ( /PCM)

COAXIAL DIGITAL

OPTICAL DIGITAL

OUTPUT

VIDEO OUT

VIDEO IN

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CONNECTIONS

Connecting a CD Player or MD Recorder

CD player, MD recorder, etc.

If the CD player or MD recorder has a digital output terminal, connect the optical or coaxial terminal on the CD player or MD recorder to the DIGITAL 1 (optical) terminal or DIGITAL 2 (coaxial) terminal on the front speaker unit using a commercially available optical fiber cable or audio connection cord (1 pin).

If there is no digital output terminal, connect the analog audio output terminals on the CD player or MD recorder to the AUX input terminals on the front speaker unit using a commercially available audio connection cord (2 pin).

Front speaker unit

Anti-dust cap

Anti-dust cap Remove the cap covering the DIGITAL 1 terminal (optical) when connecting an optical fiber cable. Safely store the cap and always re-insert it in the terminal when the terminal is not in use. (This cap prevents the entrance of dust.)

Connect one of these

Optical fiber cable (EIA standard) (commercially available)

Audio connection cord (1 pin) (commercially available)

Audio connection cord (commercially available)

Use the analog audio output terminals if there is no digital output terminal.

COAXIAL DIGITAL

OPTICAL DIGITAL

OUTPUT

R L OUTPUT

IN P

U T

L

AUX TV VIDEO

M A

R K

SUBWOOFER

SYSTEM CONNECTOR

THROUGH OUT

R

DIGITAL 2 ( /PCM)

DIGITAL 1 ( /PCM)

R L

RL AUDIO IN RAUDIO IN L

AUDIO OUT LAUDIO OUT R

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CONNECTIONS

IN P

U T

L

AUX TV VIDEO

M A

R K

SUBWOOFER

SYSTEM CONNECTOR

THROUGH OUT

R

DIGITAL 2 ( /PCM)

DIGITAL 1 ( /PCM)

Connecting the Front Speaker Unit and the Subwoofer Although the front speaker unit alone can be used to reproduce rich, natural sounding audio, the additional use of a subwoofer allows you to enjoy powerful bass tones.

Connecting a YAMAHA subwoofer and rear speakers NX-SW70 (sold separately) not only increases bass sensitivity but improves the surround effect as well.

Front speaker unit

Note Turning off the front speaker units power will also turn off the YAMAHA subwoofer SW-AVS70.

y When connecting your subwoofer, connect the input terminal on the subwoofer to the SUBWOOFER terminal on the front speaker unit

using a commercially available audio connection cord (1 pin). For details regarding connections, please refer to the instruction manuals for your subwoofer or the owners manual for the YAMAHA

subwoofer and rear speakers NX-SW70 (sold separately).

Connecting the AC Power Supply Cord

Front speaker unit

AC outlet

Once all connections have been made, check them one more time. Finally, insert the plug of the power supply cord for the front speaker unit into an AC outlet. Disconnect the power supply cord if you will not use the unit for an extended period.

MAINS

YAMAHA subwoofer and rear speakers NX-SW70 (sold separately)

To SYSTEM CONNECTOR terminal

System connector cable provided with the YAMAHA NX-SW70

To SYSTEM CONNECTOR terminal

Match the b mark on the plug with the a mark on the terminal and insert.

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ADJUSTING THE SPEAKER OUTPUT LEVELS

When reproducing a Dolby Surround source using a DSP program such as DOLBY PRO LOGIC or DOLBY DIGITAL ENHANCED, it is necessary to adjust each channel to the same output level in order to bring out the full digital effect of these sound fields. Even when a different DSP program is used, it is possible to bring out the particular flavor of the sound field in question.

Speaker output levels may be adjusted by using the remote control before playback by following the steps.

1 Press p to turn on the power.

If the STANDBY indicator is lit, turn on the power using p on the remote control. If the main power is off (when the STANDBY indicator is not lit), turn on the power by pressing POWER on the front speaker unit.

1

2

2 Press TEST. Test tones (like pink noise) will be output in the following order.

When only the front speaker unit is being used or the VIRTUAL SURROUND DSP program is selected:

(Virtual) (Virtual)

When an NX-SW70 is connected:

Front speaker unit

Rear speakers

RIGHTCENTERLEFT

RIGHT SURROUND

LEFT SURROUND

Front speaker unit

RIGHTLEFT

RIGHT SURROUND

LEFT SURROUND

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3 Adjust the level of the test tone using VOL +/. (This sets the standard audio level you will be using.) Pressing VOL + increases the level, while pressing VOL decreases the level.

4 Adjust the level of each channel while listening to the test tone. Pressing f increases the level, while pressing w decreases the level.

5 4

3

y If only the front speaker unit being used, be sure to adjust the

level of the right and left rear virtual channels to match the level of the right and left main channels. (Rear virtual channels sound as if rear speakers are behind the listener.)

If an NX-SW70 is connected, adjust so that the level of the center channel (built into the front speaker unit) and rear channels (NX- SW70 rear speakers) match the level of the right and left main channels (built into the front speaker unit).

Notes When an NX-SW70 is connected, you can adjust the center

channel. If the right and left main channels have been adjusted, adjust the

level of the center and right and left rear channels (or right and left rear virtual channels) one more time.

The right and left rear virtual channels cannot be adjusted separately. Adjusting either of the virtual channels sets the other virtual channel to the same level.

5 When the adjustment is complete, press TEST. A test tone will stop.

y The level can be adjusted in the following range. When only the front speaker unit is being used or the VIRTUAL

SURROUND DSP program is selected: Right and left main channels: 10 to 0 dB Rear virtual channels: 3 to +3 dB The minimum level for the main channel is 10 dB, while that

for the rear virtual channels is 3 dB. When an NX-SW70 is connected:

Right and left main channels: 10 to 0 dB Center channel: 20 to +3 dB Right and left rear channels: 20 to +6 dB The minimum level for the main channel is 10 dB, while that

for the rear channels is 20 dB.

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OPERATING THE UNIT

Enjoying the Home Theater Sound System This section describes how to select audio output from A/V component such as a TV, VCR, or DVD, LD, CD player, or MD recorder as input source to the Home Theater Sound System AV-S70 and how to adjust levels.

First turn on the playback component and the TV, and then follow the steps given below.

1 Press POWER (or p on the remote control) to turn on the power.

1 2 3

3

1

2

Front panel

or

If the STANDBY indicator is lit, turn on the power using p on the remote control. If the main power is off (when the STANDBY indicator is not lit), turn on the power by pressing POWER on the front speaker unit.

2 Press the INPUT selector button. Each time the button is pressed, the input source will be switched in the order: VIDEO TV AUX DIGITAL 1 DIGITAL 2.

Front panel

or

3 Adjust the level using VOLUME +/ (or VOL +/ on the remote control). Pressing VOLUME + (or VOL + on the remote control) increases the level, while pressing VOLUME (or VOL on the remote control) decreases the level.

Front panel

or

OPERATION

Remote control

Remote control

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USING CONVENIENT FUNCTIONS

You can use convenient functions with the remote control during audio reproduction.

Increasing the power of the mid- range Press t.

The TRUBASS* indicator will light in the display. This will increase the level of the mid-range, giving

more force to dialog and song lyrics.

To cancel TRUBASS mode, press t again.

* TruBass and the symbol are trademarks of SRS Labs, Inc. in the United States and selected foreign countries. TruBass technology is incorporated under license from SRS Labs, Inc.

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Listening to music clearly at low levels Press NIGHT MODE.

Sounds will be clear. Use this function when it is difficult to output high

volumes such as late at night.

To cancel NIGHT MODE, press NIGHT MODE again.

Note Volume cannot be decreased using this button. To decrease the

volume, press VOLUME (or VOL on the remote control).

Adjusting the subwoofer level Subwoofer level can be adjusted if a subwoofer is connected.

Pressing SUBWOOFER + increases the level, while pressing SUBWOOFER decreases the level.

y The level can be adjusted within the range 20 dB to +10 dB.

Temporarily reducing the audio Press m.

y Mute ON is displayed while audio is reduced.

To return to the original volume level, press m again.

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DSP PROGRAM (DIGITAL SOUND FIELD PROCESSOR EFFECT)

You can recreate the sound and feel of a movie theater, concert hall or other location by selecting from any of seven DSP programs best suited to the source being reproduced. This allows you to enjoy the full experience of digital systems such as DOLBY DIGITAL, DOLBY PRO LOGIC, or YAMAHA CINEMA DSP.

Description of DSP Programs

When only the front speaker unit is connected

No. Program name Features and applicable sources

1 VIRTUAL SURROUND (input source: Dolby Digital or Dolby Surround)

For enjoying the virtual surround field created using Dolby Digital or Dolby Pro Logic when using a front speaker unit.

7 MONO MOVIE For old monaural movies.

When the front speaker unit and a YAMAHA subwoofer and rear speakers NX-SW70 (sold separately) are connected

No. Program name Features and applicable sources

1 VIRTUAL SURROUND (input source: Dolby Digital or Dolby Surround)

For enjoying the virtual surround field created using Dolby Digital or Dolby Pro Logic when using a front speaker unit.

2 DOLBY DIGITAL (input source: Dolby Digital) DOLBY PRO LOGIC

For the straightforward reproduction of movie sound as accurately processed using a Dolby Digital or Dolby Pro Logic decoder.

3 DOLBY DIGITAL ENHANCED (input source: Dolby Digital) DOLBY PRO LOGIC ENHANCED

For adding sound field effects through digital signal processing of the Dolby Digital or Dolby Surround signal.

4 DIGITAL MOVIE THEATER (input source: Dolby Digital) 70 mm MOVIE THEATER

For reproduction of the rich, full sound found in a movie theater using the latest movie sound design in which dialog and sound effects are handled separately.

5 CONCERT For reproduction of the type of classical concert hall atmosphere. This sound field is optimally suited for the reproduction of operas and other classical pieces.

6 SPORTS For the wide area sound field effect of a variety show or live broadcast program. Resonant sounds are restained so there is not much variation even when this sound field is used for an extended period of time.

7 MONO MOVIE For old monaural movies. Sound field effects and moderate resonance processing are used to bring fuller life to the monaural audio.

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DSP PROGRAM (DIGITAL SOUND FIELD PROCESSOR EFFECT)

Enjoying DSP Programs

DSP selector button

DSP ON/OFF

DSP

Press the DSP selector button (on the front speaker unit) or DSP (on the remote control).

Front panel

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Each time this button is pressed, the DSP program will be selected in the following order and the currently selected DSP program name will be displayed.

When only the front speaker unit is connected:

When the front speaker unit and a YAMAHA subwoofer and rear speakers NX-SW70 are connected:

Notes The option DSP OFF only appears when using the DSP selector

button on the front speaker unit. Be sure to select the DSP program best suited for the atmosphere

of the source being listened to. The last DSP program used for each input source (AUX, TV,

VIDEO, DIGITAL 1, and DIGITAL 2) is stored in memory so that the DSP program is automatically selected when the input source is selected.

VIRTUAL SURROUND MONO MOVIE

DSP OFF

VIRTUAL SURROUND

MONO MOVIE

DSP OFF

DOLBY DIGITAL/ DOLBY PRO LOGIC

DOLBY DIGITAL ENHANCED/ DOLBY PRO LOGIC ENHANCED

DIGITAL MOVIE THEATER/ 70 mm MOVIE THEATERCONCERT

SPORTS

To cancel sound field effects (using the remote control) Press DSP ON/OFF. Ordinary stereo reproduction will result and DSP OFF will be displayed when the sound field effect is canceled. Pressing this button again will cause the sound field effect to return.

Processing indicators A processing indicator will light to show with the type of input signal when reproducing a source using a DSP program. q DIGITAL: Lights when reproducing a source

encoded with Dolby Digital other than 2-channel.

VIRTUAL and SURROUND: Lights when using VIRTUAL SURROUND DSP program.

q PRO LOGIC: Lights when reproducing a source encoded with Dolby Digital 2-channel, PCM or an analog source using DSP program No. 2 or 3.

DSP: Lights when reproducing a source using DSP program No. 3 through 7.

Notes The VIRTUAL SURROUND, DOLBY DIGITAL/DOLBY PRO

LOGIC, DOLBY DIGITAL ENHANCED/DOLBY PRO LOGIC ENHANCED, DIGITAL MOVIE THEATER/70 mm MOVIE THEATER DSP programs are optimum for reproducing visual software encoded with Dolby Digital that displays the g or

logo marks. The volume level of the right and left main channels may differ

based on the input source being used because, except in the case of Dolby Digital, sound field data as actually measured are used.

Select the DSP program that you feel sounds best for a source regardless of its name.

y Be sure to minimize the volume level of the TV to maximize the

virtual surround effect when reproducing a source with the VIRTUAL SURROUND program.

Refer to the glossary on page 28.

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MENU FUNCTIONS

INPUT selector button

The Auto Power function may not function properly depending on the signal output level of connected component. In this case, you can refer to the table given below to change the sensitivity of the Auto Power function.

Pressing + will cycle through the selections from top to bottom, while pressing will cycle through the selections from bottom to top.

Display Setting/Symptom

OFF Do not use the Auto Power function.

1 When Auto Power On does not function even though a signal arrives or when Auto Power Off results even though there is a continuing signal.

2 Ordinary setting when using the Auto Power function.

3 When Auto Power On results even though no signal has arrived, or when Auto Power Off does not result even though there is no current signal.

To cancel the menu functions, press MENU until the input display returns.

Adjusting Display Brightness The display brightness of the front speaker unit can be adjusted as follows.

1 Press MENU to display Dimmer. The currently brightness level (such as Dimmer: 0) will be displayed.

2 Press MENU + or to adjust the brightness. Pressing + will brighten the display, while pressing will dim the display. Brightness can be adjusted from 3 (dimmest) to +3 (brightest).

To cancel the menu functions, press MENU until the input display returns.

The menu functions include: Auto Power for setting automatic power on/off, Dimmer for adjusting display brightness, Input Name for naming input, and Delay Time for adjusting the delay time used for surround sound.

Adjustments on the menu functions should be performed with the remote control.

Each time MENU on the remote control is pressed, the function displayed will cycle in the order: Auto Power, Dimmer, Input Name, Delay Time (only appears when the selected DSP program is DOLBY DIGITAL/ DOLBY PRO LOGIC, or DOLBY DIGITAL ENHANCED/ DOLBY PRO LOGIC ENHANCED), and input display.

MENU +/

MENU

Setting Auto Power On/Off Auto Power functions as described below. 1. No input signal and no buttons have been operated for

30 minutes. 2. Auto Power Off automatically shuts off the power. (The

STANDBY indicator will slowly flash.) 3. If a signal is input, Auto Power On automatically turns

the power on. (Or power can be turned on again using p on the remote control.)

You can set sensitivity for the Auto Power function or turn the Auto Power function off completely.

1 Press MENU to display Auto Power.

2 To set Auto Power On, use the MENU + or to select the Auto Power 2. To set Auto Power Off, use the MENU to select the OFF.

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MENU FUNCTIONS

Naming Input It is possible to give names to the AUX, DIGITAL 1 and DIGITAL 2 input terminals. (It is not possible to change the input names for the TV or VIDEO input terminals.)

This function makes selecting input source easier by allowing you to give a name that quickly allows you to see which component is connected to the terminal in question. For example, if an MD recorder is connected to the AUX, you can name that source MD, or if a DVD player is connected to the DIGITAL 1 terminal, you can name that source DVD.

1 Press MENU to display Input Name.

2 Press the INPUT selector button and select the input you want to name (AUX, DIGITAL 1 or DIGITAL 2).

3 Press MENU + or to select the name.

If you select AUX under step 2 above, names will be displayed in the following order when you press +.

If you select DIGITAL 1 or 2 under step 2 above, names will be displayed in the following order when you press +.

Notes D1: is displayed before the name when DIGITAL 1 has been

selected, while D2: is displayed before the name when DIGITAL 2 has been selected.

Pressing displays the names in reverse order.

4 You can repeat steps 1 through 3 to give names to AUX, DIGITAL 1 and DIGITAL 2 input terminals.

To cancel the menu functions, press MENU until the input display returns.

Adjusting the Delay Time When the selected DSP program is DOLBY DIGITAL/ DOLBY PRO LOGIC or DOLBY DIGITAL ENHANCED/ DOLBY PRO LOGIC ENHANCED, it is possible to adjust the delay time. The delay time is that time difference between when the main channel sound can be heard and the surround sound can be heard. Although it is possible to set the delay time separately for Dolby Digital and Dolby Surround input, if the Dolby Digital (or Dolby Surround) delay time is adjusted, the level for Dolby Surround (or Dolby Digital) will also be raised or lowered accordingly.

Setting a longer delay time makes the sound field feel larger, while setting a shorter delay time makes it feel smaller.

1 Press MENU to display Delay Time.

2 Press MENU + or to adjust the delay time.

y Adjustable range

For Dolby Digital input: 0 to +15 ms For Dolby Surround input: 15 to 30 ms

To cancel the menu functions, press MENU until the input display returns.

CAUTION

The variable sound intensity range is large in the case of CDs and MDs. Listening for an extended period of time at or near maximum volume to music that includes sudden changes from soft to loud noises may damage the speakers.

AUX AUX: VIDEO2 AUX: CABLE

AUX: SAT

AUX: DVDAUX: LDAUX: CDAUX: MD

AUX: GAME

DIGITAL 1 D1: DVD D1: LD

D1: SATD1: CDD1: MD

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OPERATING OTHER COMPONENTS USING THE REMOTE CONTROL

Setting the manufacturer code for your TV, VCR or satellite tuner/cable TV on the remote control allows you to operate the front speaker unit and your TV, VCR or satellite tuner/cable TV by remote control. Note that there are two methods for setting the code: manual preset and auto preset.

Notes Remote control of some component may not be possible depending on the model and the year of make even though its manufacturer is

listed on page i (at the end of this manual). Depending on the model in question, some component from other manufacturers cannot be controlled, or only limited functions can be

controlled, even though the proper manufacturer code has been set. If you encounter this problem, please use the remote control supplied with the component in question.

Setting the manufacture code can not be performed if your component to be controlled does not support remote control operation.

Setting the Manufacturer Code

Using manual preset

Transmission indicator

1 Press the remote control selector button (TV, VCR or SAT) for which the manufacturer code is to be set. The signals for controlling the front speaker unit have already been set for the S70 button so that only the manufacturer code for the TV, VCR or SAT needs to be set. A manufacturer code can be set for a single button if necessary.

2 Hold down SET and press c until the transmission indicator lights.

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The indicator will light.

3 While the transmission indicator is lit, use the numeric buttons to enter the 4-digit manufacturer code for the component to be controlled.

The indicator will go out.

The transmission indicator will go out, the code has been set properly. (The code has not been set properly if the indicator flashes and then goes out.) Refer to page i at the end of this manual for a list of manufacturer codes.

4 Press p and check that the component to be controlled turns on and off.

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OPERATING OTHER COMPONENTS USING THE REMOTE CONTROL

Using auto preset

Transmission indicator

1 Turn on the power of the component (TV, VCR or satellite tuner/cable TV) to be controlled by the remote control.

2 Press the remote control selector button corresponding to the component for which auto preset is to be performed. (Press TV for TV, VCR for VCR, and SAT for satellite tuner/cable TV.) The signals for controlling the front speaker unit have already been set for the S70 button so that only the manufacturer code for the TV, VCR or SAT needs to be set. A manufacturer code can be set for a single button if necessary.

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The indicator will light.

4 While the transmission indicator is lit, using the numeric buttons, if you selected TV under step 2, enter 0001; if you selected VCR, enter 0002; and if you selected SAT, enter 0003 for satellite tuner or 0004 for cable TV.

The indicator will go out.

3 Hold down SET and press c until the transmission indicator lights.

5 Hold down SET and press c until the transmission indicator lights.

The indicator will light.

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OPERATING OTHER COMPONENTS USING THE REMOTE CONTROL

6 Point the remote control at the component to be controlled (the component turned on in step 1) and press p repeatedly until the components power turns off.

If the transmission indicator flashes twice, this indicates that you have cycled through all the codes stored in the memory of the remote control. Up to 300 manufacturer codes (for TV) may be stored in the memory of the remote control. Since a manufacturer code is set by pressing p and cycling in order through these codes, you may need to press p up to 300 times to reach the proper code.

y Up to 120 manufacturer codes for VCR, 170 for satellite tuner and 20 for cable TV may be stored in the memory of the remote control.

Note If you accidentally press p too many times after the power is

turned off, you may press m the same number of times to go through the manufacturer codes in reverse order. The correct manufacturer code will not be set unless you do this.

7 6

7 Press the remote control selector button you pressed in step 2.

The indicator will go out.

The transmission indicator will go out once auto preset has been performed properly.

Note During step 6, if you press p about 300 times and the

transmission indicator flashes twice slowly and the components power still has not turned off, this indicates that auto preset cannot be performed for the component in question. Check that the component to be controlled supports remote control operation. You may also try performing manual preset.

Precautions when performing preset

The transmission indicator will go out once the manufacturer code has been set properly.

If the transmission indicator does not go out, or if it flashes and then goes out, repeat the procedure from step 1. Pay attention to the following points when you repeat the preset procedure. Check the manufacturer code number. Check that the correct remote control selector button has

been selected when setting the manufacturer code. If more than one code is given for a manufacturer, try

entering each code in the order given. Remove and replace the remote controls batteries

(complete this step within 2 minutes) and then repeat the procedure.

To clear a manufacturer code Perform the procedure Using manual preset described on page 23 and enter the following codes when you reach step 3. To clear the TV button: 0000 To clear the VCR button: 0000 To clear the SAT button: 0000 To clear all buttons for TV, VCR and SAT: 9990

Transmission indicator

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OPERATING OTHER COMPONENTS USING THE REMOTE CONTROL

Controlling a TV You can control your TV by setting the corresponding manufacturer code for the remote control selector button TV.

TV power ON/OFF

Mutes the TV

Used to select 2-digit channels

Rewinds the VCR*

Stops the VCR*

Pauses the VCR*

Selects the next higher channel

Used to select the channel

Fast forwards the VCR*

Plays the VCR*

Records on the VCR*

Selects TV input

y A VCR can be controlled using * marked buttons once the manufacturer code for that VCR has been set for the remote control selector button VCR.

Decreases TV volume

Selects the next lower channel

Increases TV volume

Press TV.

Used to select the channel/program

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OPERATING OTHER COMPONENTS USING THE REMOTE CONTROL

Controlling a VCR You can control your VCR by setting the corresponding manufacturer code for the remote control selector button VCR.

VCR power ON/OFF

Decreases TV volume*

Mutes the TV*

Rewind

Stop

Selects the next higher channel

Increases TV volume*

Selects TV input*

Used to select the channel

Fast forward

Play

Record This button needs to be pressed twice in the case of some models for the VCR to begin recording.

Pause

y A TV can be controlled using * marked buttons once the manufacturer code for that TV has been set for the remote control select button TV.

Selects the next lower channel

Press VCR.

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GLOSSARY

Encode/Decode When a signal or other information is processed, compressed and digitized, this is called encoding. Encoding can be used to record an extremely large amount of information on a single CD or DVD. An encoded signal cannot be listened to directly. It must be returned to its original state (i.e. audible sound) and this is called decoding.

Sound field Not all sound travels from the sound source directly into the human ear, but instead reflects off of walls, ceilings and other objects to arrive at the ear slightly delayed (early reflection). It may also reflect repeatedly in a complicated manner before reaching the ear (subsequent reverberation). A human is able to perceive the size and shape of a location based on the various sounds heard in this way. The specific acoustic space of a particular building is called a sound field.

Dolby Surround In movie theaters and in live theaters, the spectators are surrounded by many speakers and sound effects geared to each scene are used to make sound move from front to back and right to left. This gives the sound a three dimensional feel that surrounds the entire body. Dolby Surround is used to implement this realistic effect. Originally, the Dolby Surround system consisted of a total of four channels: two front channels (right and left), one center channel, and one rear channel. Later, two-channel stereo compatibility was added to for broadcast and video media used in the home. The ability to easily set up a home AV system capable of stereo reproduction is one of the biggest features of Dolby Surround.

Dolby Digital Dolby Digital consists of a total of five channels: three front channels and two rear channels, plus a distinct LFE channel for low frequency effect. It is therefore commonly referred to as a 5.1 channel system. Using digital compression technology for all 5.1 channels, Dolby Digital can be used for completely independent audio reproduction. Dolby Digital offers superior sound quality and a more three dimensional surround effect in comparison to the older Dolby Surround, which mixes four channels (three front and one rear) into two-channel stereo and separates them using a matrix circuit.

Virtual surround We basically perceive the direction from which sounds come to us based on the difference in time they reach the right and left ears and differences in sound level. Virtual technology is based on this property of the human ear. A DSP (digital sound field processor a form of digital signal processing) and right and left front speakers are used so that the listener feels like he or she is hearing sounds that come from virtual speakers located in directions other than just the two physical speakers. This allows the listener to experience surround effects as if rear speakers were present as in a five-speaker system.

YAMAHA DSP (Digital Sound Field Processor)

YAMAHA technicians traveled to world famous concert halls, opera houses and other locations just to measure acoustical information such as the direction, intensity, band characteristics, and delay time of reflected sounds. This wealth of information was then put on a ROM. Using a built-in YAMAHA DSP (digital sound field processor) to create sound fields, this front speaker unit allows you to freely select various sound field programs created from this actual acoustical data so that you can reproduce the sound field of famous halls and live houses right in your listening room. Movie makers design sounds for a movie so that the sound and screen become one. Dialog is positioned right on the screen, sound effects behind the screen, music behind that, and surround effects wrap around the audience. CINEMA DSP is a program for use in AV reproduction that has evolved from YAMAHA DSP. Fusing the movie sound decoders, Dolby Pro Logic and Dolby Digital, with YAMAHA DSP, allows you to reproduce the type of surround sound field of the quality found on a dubbing stage designed to optimize movie surround conditions. (A dubbing stage is the final mix used to complete the final sound design for a movie.) By adding YAMAHA DSP processing to both the right and left front channels and the center channel, the CINEMA DSP program wraps the audience in a surround sound field that not only makes dialog real, but penetrates and surrounds the screen to give depth to sound effects and music as well as a smooth sense of movement to sound sources.

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TROUBLESHOOTING

Be sure to investigate thoroughly before requesting repairs or after service. If it cannot be corrected, or if the problem is not listed in the SYMPTOM column, disconnect the power cord and contact your authorized YAMAHA dealer or service center.

Notes Sometimes the unit may cease to recognize operations due to a mistaken operation or as a result of strong external noise (such as irregular

voltage due to shock of impact, excessive static electricity, or lightning strike). If this happens, first disconnect the power cord, wait about 30 seconds, re-connect the power cord, and try the desired operation again.

When requesting repairs or after service of the YAMAHA subwoofer and rear speakers NX-SW70 (sold separately), be sure to bring along with this unit.

General

SYMPTOM CHECK Refer to page

When using a DSP program

SYMPTOM CHECK Refer to page

When using the remote control

SYMPTOM CHECK Refer to page

No sound output at all. Is the AC power supply cord connected?

Is the TV or VCR connected correctly?

Is the input source selected correctly?

Has this units audio temporarily been lowered?

A humming noise is present. Hum caused by external electromagnetic waves may be generated. Try inverting the right-left polarity of the power cord and re-insert into the AC outlet.

The STANDBY indicator flashes slowly.

The unit is in Auto Power Off mode. Turn off the main power if the unit is not to be used for an extended period of time.

There is noise in the tuner or TV and the video image is unstable.

Is a tuner or TV that uses an indoor antenna located near the unit? Use of an outdoor antenna is recommended.

Movie dialog and other audio is difficult to hear.

Are you using one of the DSP programs CONCERT or SPORTS? Select the other program.

The remote control does not function properly.

Are the batteries used up?

Is the remote control pointed at the sensor?

Is the remote control too far from or too close to the sensor?

Is direct sunlight or other intense light (such as an inverter fluorescent lamp) striking the sensor?

Is another remote control being used at the same time?

Have the batteries been inserted in the correct direction?

Cannot control other component.

Has the correct manufacturer code been set?

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Has the remote control selector button S70 been pressed? Press S70 when you want to control this unit after controlling another component.

Has the remote control selector button corresponding to the component to be controlled been pressed?

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SPECIFICATIONS

Amplifier Section Rated Output

Front .......................... 30 W + 30 W (1 kHz, 10% THD, 6 ohms)

Signal-to-Noise Ratio ..................................... 85 dB (AUX, IHF-A)

Total Harmonic Distortion ........................... 0.08% (Input: AUX, 1 kHz, 12.5 W/6 ohms)

Input Sensitivity/Impedance .................... AUX, 200 mV/50 k-ohms

Speaker Section Front Speakers

Type ........................................................................... Bass reflex Speakers ........................... 8-cm cone x 2, magnetically shielded Maximum Input Power .................................................. 30 W x 2 Impedance ........................................................................ 6 ohms

General Power Supply ......................................................... AC 230 V, 50 Hz

Power Consumption ................................................................. 68 W

Dimensions (W x H x D) .................................. 600 x 110 x 243 mm

Weight ...................................................................................... 7.0 kg

Accessories ............................................................... Remote control ................................................................. UM-4 batteries (x 4) ........................................ Audio connection cable (2 pin, 3 m) ...................................................................... Connection guide ............................................................. Velcro strips (two sets)

Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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INDEX

A Adjusting display brightness ............................................. 21 Adjusting the bass (subwoofer level) ................................ 18 Adjusting the delay time .................................................... 22 Adjusting the volume level ................................................ 17 Automatically setting a manufacturer code ....................... 24 Auto Power Setting auto power on/off ......................... 21 AUX terminal .................................................................... 13

C CINEMA DSP DSP program ........................................ 19 Connecting a CD player .................................................... 13 Connecting a DVD player ................................................. 12 Connecting a subwoofer and rear speakers ....................... 14 Connecting a TV .......................................................... 10, 11 Connecting a VCR ....................................................... 10, 11 Connecting an LD player ................................................... 12 Connecting an MD recorder .............................................. 13 Connecting the AC power supply cord .............................. 14 Controlling a TV with the remote control ......................... 26 Controlling a VCR with the remote control ...................... 27

D Delay time Adjusting the delay time ............................ 22 DIGITAL input terminal .............................................. 12, 13 Dimmer Adjusting display brightness .......................... 21 Display ................................................................................. 4 DOLBY DIGITAL, DOLBY PRO LOGIC ................. 19, 20 DSP programs .................................................................... 19

I Input Name Naming input ............................................ 22

M Manually setting a manufacturer code .............................. 23 Manufacturer codes ................... i (at the end of this manual) Menu functions .................................................................. 21

N Naming input ..................................................................... 22 NIGHT MODE .................................................................. 18

R Reducing the audio ............................................................ 18

S Selecting a sound field ...................................................... 20 Selecting input ................................................................... 17 Speaker placement ............................................................... 6

T Test tone ............................................................................. 15 THROUGH OUT terminal ................................................ 11 TRUBASS mode ............................................................... 18

U Using the height adjustment bracket ................................... 8 Using velcro strips ............................................................... 7

V VIRTUAL SURROUND ............................................. 19, 20

W Wire installation (to prevent falling) ................................... 8

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LIST OF MANUFACTURERS CODES LISTES DES CODES FABRICANT VERZEICHNIS DER HERSTELLERCODES LISTA VER TILLVERKARKODER ELENCO DEI CODICI DEL FABBRICANTE LISTA DE CDIGOS DE FABRICANTES LIJST VAN CODES VAN FABRIKANT

TV ADMIRAL 0411, 0451, 0911,

1021, 1081 AIKO 0891 AKAI 0061, 0101, 0231,

1191, 1351, 1591, 1641, 1791, 1891, 1981

AKURA 1331 ALBA 1241, 1331, 2361 ALBIRAL 1971 AMSTRAD 1301, 1511 ANAM 1171 ARC EN CIEL 0571 ARCAM 0571, 0761 ARISTONA 0751 ARTHUR MARTIN 0451, 1641 ASA 0411, 0451, 0521,

0781, 0871, 1021, 1081, 1421, 2051, 2091, 2151, 2551

ASTRA 1511 ATANTIC 0761 ATLANTIC 0761 ATORI 1511 AUDIOSONIC 1181, 1321, 1411 AUSIND 0491, 1411 AUTOVOX 0091, 0351, 0481,

0491, 0601, 0781, 0951, 1051, 1081, 1391, 1421

BAIRD 1101, 1351 BANG & OLUFSEN 1081 BASIC LINE 1321, 1331 BAUER 1451 BAUR 0041, 0061, 0121,

0131, 0221, 1561 BEKO 2491, 2501 BLAUPUNKT 0221, 0231, 0241,

0251, 0471, 0741, 2201, 2211, 2221, 2231, 2241, 2261, 2571, 2581

BRANDT 0571, 0651, 0731, 0901, 1821

BRIGMTON 1321, 1511 BRIONVEGA 1021, 1051, 1081 BRITANNIA 0761 BRUNS 0821, 0991, 1021,

1081 BSR 0391, 0691, 1621,

1901, 1981 BUSH 0451, 1241, 1331,

1641, 1741, 2131, 2151

BUSH(UK) 0481, 1561, 1611 CANDLE 0791 CENTURY 1021, 1081

CGE 0491, 0811, 0981, 1401, 1531, 1611, 1621, 1981, 2201, 2251, 2271

CITIZEN 0791 CLARIVOX 0821, 0961, 1971 CLATRONIC 1181, 1331 CONCERTO 0791 CONDOR 0761 CONTEC 0151, 1171 CONTINENTAL EDISON

0571, 0651, 0901 CRAIG 1171 CROSLEY 0021, 0491, 1021,

1081, 1401, 1981, 2201, 2251, 2271

CROWN 2541 CTC CLATRONIC 0261 CXC 1171 DAEWOO 0101, 1501, 1511,

2611 DANSAI 0101 DECCA 0271, 0581, 0601,

0971, 1101, 1691 DECCA(UK) 0271, 0581, 0601,

1101, 1681 DEGRAAF 0451, 1351 DIXI 0991, 1511 DOMEOS 0101 DORIC 1031 DUAL 0091, 0601, 1611,

1641, 2101 DUAL-TEC 0601, 1511, 1621,

2111 DUMONT 0261, 0521, 0781,

1021, 1081, 1981, 2121, 2151

DYNATRON 0101 ELBE 1551, 1971, 2031 ELECTRO TECH 1511 ELEKTRONSKA 0771 ELMAN 0261, 1621 ELTA 1511 EMERSON 0921, 1021, 1081,

1121, 1171, 1261, 1301

ERRES 0101 ETRON 1981 EUROPHON 0261, 0581, 0601,

0771, 1091, 1621, 2001

FENNER 0101, 1511 FERGUSON 0281, 0371, 0551,

0651, 0781, 0861, 0881, 1131, 1181, 1361, 1461, 1971, 1991, 2281, 2311, 2341

FIDELITY 0451, 0761, 2281

FIDELITY(UK) 0561, 0591, 1931, 2281

FILMNET 1141 FINLANDIA 0451, 2321 FINLUX 0021, 0261, 0491,

0521, 0781, 0811, 0871, 1081, 1411, 1421, 1981, 2051, 2091, 2121, 2151, 2551

FIRST LINE 1511, 1981 FISHER 0021, 0091, 0141,

0511, 0601, 0801, 0821, 0981, 1021, 1081, 1981, 2091

FORGESTONE 2281 FORMENTI 0451, 0491, 0761,

1081, 1451, 1541, 1981

FORMENTI-PHOENIX 0021, 0431, 0451, 0591, 1411

FORTRESS 1081 FRONTECH 0451, 1181, 1981 FUJITSU 1261 FUNAI 0391, 0691, 1171,

1181, 1261 FUTURETECH 1171 GBC 0021, 0141, 1321,

1511, 1621, 1981 GEC 0451, 1101, 1281,

2321 GEC(UK) 0031, 0081, 0581,

0601, 1101, 1281, 1561

GELOSO 0021, 0411, 0451, 1321, 1511, 1621, 1981

GENERAL TECHNIC 2681

GENEXXA 0451, 1331 GOLDSTAR 0591, 0601, 0761,

0791, 1371, 1491, 1511, 1561, 1621, 1641

GOODMANS O141, 1101, 1371, 1641, 2301

GORENJE 0981, 1061 GRAETZ 0451 GRANADA 0141, 0451, 0491,

0581, 0601, 1101, 1111, 1351, 1981, 2321

GRANADA(UK) 0081, 0141, 0451, 0491, 0581, 0601, 1031, 1311, 1521, 1561, 1641

GRUNDIG 0221, 0231, 0471, 0491, 0711, 0741, 1381, 2021, 2041, 2141, 2151

HANSEATIC 0021, 0121, 0141, 0431, 0591, 1561

HANTAREX 0581 HEMMERMANN 0061 HIFIVOX 0331, 0571 HINARI 0071, 0141, 0451,

1261, 1351, 1511, 1641, 1981, 2011

HITACHI 0001, 0011, 0031, 0081, 0141, 0291, 0331, 0341, 0451, 0601, 0631, 0701, 1281, 1561, 1601, 1821, 1831, 1841, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1941, 1981, 2051, 2321, 2341

HYPER 0591, 0601, 1511, 1621

IMPERIAL 0451, 0491, 0811, 0981, 1401, 1611, 1621, 2201, 2251, 2271

INGERSOL 1511 INNO HIT 0581, 0601, 0841,

1101, 1331, 1371, 1511, 2011

INNOVATION 2591, 2601, 2611, 2621, 2641, 2651, 2661, 2711, 2721, 2761, 2771, 2781

INTERFUNK 0031, 0041, 0061, 0121, 0181, 0451, 0491, 1081, 1641, 1791, 1821, 1981, 2231

IRRADIO 0491, 1321, 1331, 1371, 1411, 1511, 2011

ISUKAI 1331 ITT 0031, 0041, 0051,

0061, 0071, 0081, 0181, 0411, 0451, 0491, 1241, 1291, 1351, 1501, 1601, 1641, 1741, 1921, 1981, 2091, 2331, 2431

ITT-NOKIA 0031, 0041, 0051, 0061, 0071, 0081, 0181, 0411, 0451, 0491, 1241, 1291, 1351, 1501, 1601, 1641, 1741, 1921, 1981, 2091, 2331, 2431

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JVC 0071, 0721, 1441, 1581, 1591, 1741, 1791

KAISUI 0591, 1321, 1331 KAMOSONIC 0601 KARCHER 0591, 0601, 0841,

1091, 1321, 1511, 1561, 2051

KAWASHO 0761 KENDO 0261 KENNEDY 0021, 0351, 0951,

1981 KNEISSEL 2911 KONKA 2701 KORTING 0431, 1011, 1021,

1081, 1541 KTV 0601, 1171 LENOIR 0601, 1511 LEYEO 1181 LIFETEC 2591, 2601, 2611,

2621, 2641, 2651, 2661, 2671, 2681, 2691, 2711, 2761, 2771, 2781

LOEWE OPTA 0121, 0131, 0581, 0611, 1081

LOGIC 1691, 2281 LOGIK 0551, 1681, 2281 LOWEWE 0831 LUMA 0351, 0451, 1901 LUXMAN 0791 LUXMAN STEREO TUNER

0791 LUXOR 0001, 0061, 0181,

0341, 0421, 0451, 0461, 0491, 0601, 0671, 1351, 1371, 1561, 1601, 1911, 1921, 1981

LYCO 1181 MAGNADYNE 0021, 0061, 0261,

0581, 0641, 0771, 1021, 1081, 1621, 1981

MAGNAFON 0261, 0491, 0581, 0591, 0641, 0761, 1091, 2001

MAGNUM 2851, 2871, 2881, 2891, 2901

MANESTH 0101 MARANTZ 0101 MARELLI 1081 MARK 0101 MATSUI 0061, 0451, 0601,

0691, 1101, 1151, 1241, 1271, 1301, 1511, 1561, 1681, 1691

MAXIMAL 0071, 1981 MCMICHAEL 1281 MEDION 2591, 2601, 2611,

2621, 2641, 2651, 2661, 2671, 2681, 2691, 2711, 2721, 2761, 2771, 2781

MEMOREX 1511 METRO 2851, 2861 METZ 0231, 0741, 1001,

1041, 1081, 1481, 2071, 2081

MGA 1231 MICROMAXX 2591, 2621, 2641,

2651, 2711, 2761, 2771, 2781

MINERVA 0221, 0231, 0491, 1381, 2141, 2151

MISTRAL 2281 MITSUBISHI 0141, 0201, 0231,

0661, 1191, 1201, 1231, 1671, 1691, 1741

MIVAR 0491, 0501, 0581, 0591, 0761, 0771, 1371, 1431, 2031, 2801, 2811, 2831

MTC 0791 MULTITECH 0261, 0581, 0601,

0641, 0981, 1321, 1511

MURPHY 0451, 2091 MURPHY(UK) 0081, 1031 N.E.I. 0101, 0961 NAD 1341 NEC 0141, 1721, 1731 NECKERMANN 0451, 0601,

0981, 1081, 1561, 1931, 1981, 2211, 2231, 2241

NEDIATOR 0101 NICAMAGIC 0761 NIKKAI 1101, 1331, 1641,

1701, 2011 NOBLIKO 0261, 0491, 0591,

0641, 1381, 1411 NOGAMATIC 0571 NOKIA 0031, 0041, 0051,

0061, 0071, 0081, 0181, 0411, 0451, 0491, 1241, 1291, 1351, 1501, 1601, 1641, 1741, 1921, 1981, 2091, 2331, 2431, 2461, 2791

NORDMENDE 0031, 0291, 0331, 0451, 0531, 0541, 0571, 1051, 1131

NORDMENDE 1591, 1791, 1811, 1821, 1891, 1941, 2631

OCEANIC 0321, 1651, 1981 OCEANIC(F) 0031, 0061, 0321,

0441, 1661 ONCEAS 0601 ONWA 1171 ORION 0061, 0391, 0691,

0851, 1211, 1241, 1251, 1301, 1481, 1511, 1681, 1691, 1981, 2371, 2421

OSAKA 2011 OSAKI 1101, 1331, 2011 OSUME 0151 OTTO VERSAND 0021, 0121,

0141, 0221, 0601, 1561, 1741, 1981

PAEL 0591, 1411 PANASONIC 0031, 0201, 0211,

0451, 0701, 1311, 1751, 1961, 2561, 2741

PANORAMIC 2351 PATHE MARCONI 0571 PATHE CINEMA(F) 0431, 0591,

1621, 1661, 1971

PAUSA 1511

PAUZA 1511 PERDIO 0891, 1101 PHILCO 0021, 0491, 0811,

0981, 1021, 1081, 1401, 1611, 1621, 1751, 2201, 2251, 2271, 2451, 2471

PHILIPS 0101, 0361, 0591, 0621, 0681, 0751, 0761, 1021, 1081, 1281, 2031, 2281, 2291, 2431, 2441, 2511, 2731

PHOENIX 1081 PHONOLA 0751, 1081 PIONEER 0291, 0451, 1341,

1821 PRANDONI-PRINCE

0411, 0451, 0491, 0581, 1411

PRANDONI-PROMCE 0451, 0491, 0581

PRIMA 0451 PROFEX 1981 PROTECH 0641, 1181, 1981 QUELLE 0041, 0061, 0121,

0221, 0231, 0391, 0491, 0521, 0601, 0781, 1371, 1381, 1411, 1421, 1641, 1681, 2051, 2091, 2141, 2151, 2201, 2211, 2231, 2241, 2251, 2271, 2551, 2571, 2581

RADIOMARELLI 0101, 0451, 0661, 0771, 1081

RADIONETTE 0031, 2051, 2091 RADIOLA 2291 RANK 0481, 2151 RBM 2131, 2151 RBM(UK) 0481 REDIFFUSION 0451, 0661, 1641,

1981, 2331 REDIFFUSION(UK) 0061, 0081,

1031 REX 0071, 0101, 0351,

0411, 0451, 0951, 1901, 2061, 2101, 2111

RFT 0991, 2511 ROADSTAR 1321, 1511 ROTEL 0151 SABA 0291, 0331, 0421,

0451, 0531, 0541, 0571, 0581, 0651, 0731, 0931, 1021, 1071, 1081, 1131, 1791, 1811, 1821, 1891, 1941, 2631

SACCS 1971 SAISHO 0451, 0601, 1161,

1241, 1301, 1511, 1671, 1681, 1691

SALORA 0011, 0041, 0061, 0071, 0341, 0451, 0671, 1291, 1351, 1521, 1561, 1601, 1641, 1911, 1921, 1931, 1981, 2321

SAMBERS 0261, 0491, 0581, 0641, 1091, 1371, 1411, 2001

SAMSUNG 0101, 0601, 0841, 0981, 1101, 1181, 1371, 1511, 2011, 2841

SANYO 0141, 0151, 0401, 0601, 0801, 0821, 0981, 1021, 1101, 1111, 1291, 1351, 1691, 1741, 2051, 2091, 2551

SBR 0681, 0751, 1281, 2281

SCHAUB LORENZ 0451 SCHNEIDER 0021, 0071, 0091,

0451, 0511, 0591, 0601, 0751, 1321, 1361, 1621, 1641, 2101, 2111, 2291

SCOTT 1171, 1261 SEG 0261, 0601, 0821,

0991 SEI 0641, 0691, 1081,

1301, 1481, 1981 SELECO 0071, 0101, 0351,

0411, 0451, 0951, 1901, 2061, 2101, 2111

SENTRA 1601 SHARP 0141, 0151, 0191,

1761, 1781 SIAREM 0021, 0261, 0581,

0641, 1021, 1081, 1981

SICATEL 1971 SIEMENS 0151, 0221, 0231,

0451, 0741, 2011, 2201, 2211, 2221, 2231, 2241, 2261, 2571, 2581

SILVER 1181 SINGER 0021, 0261, 1021,

1081 SINUDYNE 0101, 0021, 0061,

0261, 0391, 0641, 0691, 0851, 0941, 1021, 1081, 1241, 1301, 1321, 1481, 1631, 1981

SKANTIC 0451 SOLAVOX 0451, 1641, 2011 SONOKO 1181, 1511, 0101 SONY 0141, 0171, 1121,

1681, 1691, 2751, 2821

SOUNDESIGN 1171 SSS 1171 STERN 0071, 0101, 0351,

0411, 0451, 0951, 1901, 2061, 2101, 2111

SUNKAI 0691 SUPRA 0791 TANDBERG 0161, 0331, 0611,

1021, 1421, 1771, 1791, 2081

TANDY 0451, 0191, 1331, 1531

TASHIKO 0141 TATUNG 0271, 0581, 0601,

0971, 1101, 1681, 1691

TCM 2621, 2641, 2711, 2761, 2771, 2781

TECHNICS 1311

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TECHWOOD 0791 TEKNIKA 1171, 1231, 1261 TELE 1141 TELEAVIA 0571, 0651, 0731,

1821 TELEFUNKEN 0291, 0301, 0311,

0551, 0731, 1131, 1471, 1591, 1791, 1801, 1811, 1821, 1991, 2161, 2171, 2181, 2191, 2201, 2251, 2271, 2521, 2631

TELETECH 1511 TEMPEST 2381, 2391, 2401,

2411 TENSAI 1331, 2091 TEXET 0601 THOMSON 0331, 0481, 0531,

0571, 0631, 0651, 0731, 0901, 1241, 1571, 1591, 1791, 1811, 1821, 1891, 1941, 2531

THORN 0741, 0861, 2091, 2251, 2271, 2281

THORN-FERGUSON 0281, 0371, 0551, 0651, 0781, 0861, 0881, 1131, 1181, 1361, 1461, 1971, 1991, 2281

TMK 0141, 0791, 1471 TOSHIBA 0141, 0381, 0481,

1221, 1271, 1701, 1711, 1741, 1851, 2151

TRANS CONTINENS 0451

TRISTAR 2281 TRIUMPH 0481, 0581, 2121 UHER 0431, 0451, 0481,

0491, 0511, 1311, 1541

ULTRAVOX 0021, 0261, 0591, 1021, 1081, 1981

UNIVERSUM 1181, 2051 UNIVOX 1971 VEGAVOX 0811 VEXA 0101, 1511 VICTOR 1441, 1591 VIDEOTON 2481 VORTEC 0101, 0651 VOXSON 0411, 0451, 0491,

1021, 1081 WALTHAM 0451 WATSON 0431, 2201, 2241 WATT RADIO 0021, 0061, 0261,

0591, 0641, 0761, 1091, 1971, 1981, 2001

WEGA 0141, 1081, 1981 WEGA COLOR 1021 WELTBLICK 0101 WESTON 1621 WHITE WESTINGHOUSE

0101, 0261, 0431, 0591, 0761, 1401, 1541

YOKO 0601, 1511 ZANUSSI 0071, 0101, 0351,

0411, 0451, 0951, 1901, 2061, 2101, 2111

ZOPPAS 0451

VCR AIWA 0042, 0352, 0432 AKAI 0042, 0422, 0492,

0582, 0612, 0642, 0652, 0762, 0912

ALBA 0002, 0112, 0282, 0332, 0342, 0972

AMSTRAD 0322, 0432, 0452 ANITECH 0002 ANITSCH 1002 ASA 0012, 0052 AUDIOSONIC 0002 BAIRD 0042, 0282, 0492 BANG & OLUFSEN 0042 BAUR 0052, 0062, 0812 BLAUPUNKT 0062, 0092, 0252,

0462, 0672, 0992 BRIONVEGA 0032 BUSH 0002, 0282, 0332,

0342, 0512, 0972 BUSH(UK) 0812 CAPEHART 0112 CGE 0042, 0432, 0762 CRAIG 0072, 0482 CROWN 0112, 0282, 0622 DAEWOO 0112, 0282, 0622 DANSAI 0012 DAYTRON 0112 DECCA 0042, 0052, 0432,

0942 DECCA(UK) 0052 DEGRAAF 0052, 0132, 0432,

0532, 0602 DIXI 0442 DUAL 0042, 0632 DUMONT 0052, 0432, 0532 DYNATECH 0432 DYNATRON 0012 ELBE 0122 ELIN 0072 EMERSON 0012, 0162, 0202,

0432, 0512, 0522 ERRES 0012 FERGUSON 0042, 0712, 0722,

0852, 0902, 1012, 1022, 1082

FIDELITY 0432 FINLANDIA 0052, 0532 FINLUX 0012, 0042, 0052,

0082, 0262, 0382, 0432, 0462, 0492, 0532, 0572, 0602, 0912

FIRST LINE 0002, 0912 FISHER 0162, 0482, 0532,

0542, 0572, 0592 FORMENTI-PHOENIX

0012, 0052 FRONTECH 0112 FUNAI 0432 GBC 0002 GEC(UK) 0022, 0052 GELOSO 0002 GENERAL TECHNIC1172 GOLDSTAR 0012, 0122, 0812,

0952 GOODMANS 0002, 0072, 0282,

0432, 0502 GOODMANS(UK) 0002 GRAETZ 0022, 0042 GRANADA 0052, 0132, 0532,

0572

GRANADA(UK) 0052, 0092, 0462, 0602, 0812, 0822

GRUNDIG 0052, 0062, 0092, 0232, 0252, 0262, 0752, 0802

HANSEATIC 0052, 0812 HARMAN/KARDON 0122, 0922 HCM 0002 HINARI 0002, 0202, 0412,

0442, 0522 HITACHI 0042, 0172, 0292,

0432, 0602, 0662, 0812, 1022

IMPERIAL 0072, 0432 INGERSOL 0442 INNO HIT 0002, 0052, 0072 INNOVATION 1142, 1162, 1172 INTERFUNK 0022, 0052 IRRADIO 0002, 0012 ITT 0022, 0032, 0042,

0072, 0292, 0492, 0532, 0572, 0762

ITT-NOKIA 0022, 0032, 0042, 0072, 0292, 0492, 0532, 0572, 0762

JENSEN 0042 JVC 0042, 0102, 0142,

0272, 0742, 0762, 0782, 0902

KARCHER 0052, 0072, 0812 KENDO 0492 KENWOOD 0042, 0142, 0572 LIFETEC 1142, 1162, 1172 LLOYD 0432 LOEWE OPTA 0052, 0092, 0152 LOGIK 0002, 0072, 0442 LUMA 0162 LUXOR 0492, 0572, 0812 M ELECTRONIC 0432 MAGNADYNE 0052 MAGNASONIC0572 MANESTH 0012 MARANTZ 0012, 0052, 0092,

0122, 0502 MARK 0012 MARTA 0012 MATSUI 0012, 0442, 0512,

0522, 0812, 0972 MEDION 1142, 1162, 1172 MEMOREX 0012, 0132, 0432,

0482, 0532, 0572 METZ 0062, 0092, 0932 MGA 0912 MICROMAXX 1142, 1162, 1172 MINERVA 0062, 0092, 0252 MINOLTA 0172, 0602 MITSUBISHI 0052, 0062, 0142,

0912, 0922 MTC 0072, 0432 MULTITECH 0002, 0052, 0062,

0282, 0432 MURPHY 0432 N.E.I. 0012, 0052 NATIONAL 0462 NEC 0042, 0122, 0142 NECKERMANN 0032, 0042,

0052, 0072, 0092, 0202, 0522, 0572, 0762, 0812

NIKKAI 0112 NOBLIKO 0092

NOKIA 0022, 0032, 0042, 0072, 0292, 0492, 0532, 0572, 0762, 1152

NORDMENDE 0042, 0102, 0142, 0192, 0222, 0242, 0392, 0402, 0632, 0732, 0742, 0762, 0782, 0792, 0832, 0842, 0872

OLYMPUS 0462 OPTONICA 0132, 0502 ORION 0162, 0202, 0312,

0442, 0512, 0522, 0982

OSAKA 0432 OSAKI 0002, 0012, 0432 OTTO VERSAND 0052, 0062,

0812 PANASONIC 0022, 0212, 0462,

0672, 0992, 1092, 1102, 1182

PENTAX 0172, 0602 PERDIO 0432 PHILCO 1062 PHILIPS 0052, 0082, 0092,

0152, 0182, 0362, 0372, 0382, 0472, 0502, 1072

PHONOLA 0052, 0152 PILOT 0012 PIONEER 0052, 0142, 0372,

0472 PORTLAND 0112 PROLINE 0432 PYE 0052, 0152 QUARTZ 0572 QUELLE 0012, 0032, 0042,

0052, 0062, 0072, 0092, 0202, 0462, 0522, 0942

RADIONETTE 0022 REALISTIC 0012, 0072, 0132,

0432, 0482, 0502, 0532, 0572

RET 1072 REX 0042, 0742, 0782 RICOH 0952 SABA 0042, 0142, 0192,

0222, 0242, 0392, 0632, 0732, 0742, 0762, 0772, 0782, 0792, 0872

SAISHO 0162, 0202, 0292, 0442, 0512, 0522, 0972

SALORA 0192, 0572, 0812, 0822, 0912

SAMSUNG 0052, 0072, 0622, 0652, 1192

SANSUI 0042, 0142 SANYO 0482, 0532, 0562,

0572 SBR 0052, 0152, 0182 SCHAUB LORENZ 0022, 0042 SCHNEIDER 0002, 0012, 0052,

0072, 0432 SEG 0002, 0072 SEI-SINUDYNE 0442 SELECO 0042 SENTRA 0112 SHARP 0132, 0502, 0702 SHINTOM 0002

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SIEMENS 0062, 0092, 0252, 0572

SINUDYNE 0052, 0382, 0442, 0932

SONITRON 0532, 0572 SONOKO 0282 SONY 0432, 0552, 0682,

0692, 0942, 0952, 0962, 1122, 1132

STS 0602 SUNKAI 0512 SUNSTAR 0432 SYLVANIA 0432, 0912 SYMPHONIC 0432, 0912 TANDBERG 0062, 0162, 0522,

0932 TASHIKO 0132, 0432 TATUNG 0042, 0052, 0432,

0922 TCM 1142, 1162, 1172 TEAC 0042, 0432 TECHNICS 0462 TEKNIKA 0012, 0432 TELEFUNKEN 0042, 0192, 0632,

0732, 0742, 0762, 0782, 0882, 0892

TEMPEST 1032, 1042, 1052 TENOSAL 0002 THOMSON 0042, 0102, 0142,

0192, 0402, 0632, 0762

THORN 0042, 0902 THORN-FERGUSON 0042, 0222,

0302, 0712, 0722, 0742, 0762, 0852, 0862, 0872, 0902

TMK 0522 TONSAI 0002 TOSHIBA 0042, 0622, 0912 TOTEVISION 0012, 0072 TRIUMPH 0922 UHER 0042, 0072 ULTRAVOX 0032 UNITECH 0072 VECTOR RESEARCH 0122 VICTOR 0042, 0102, 0142 VIDEON 1162, 1172 WELTBLICK 0012 WHITE WESTINGHOUSE

0032 XENON 0162 YAMAHA 0042, 0122 YOKO 0012, 0062, 0072

Satellite Tuner AKAI 1273 ALBA 0823, 1273 AMSTRAD 0163, 0793, 1013,

1023, 1293 ANKARO 0473 AST 0403 ASTRA 0123 AUSTAR 1473, 1523 BARCOM 0473 BLAUPUNKT 0963 BMC SATELLITE 0103 BRITISH TELECOM 1273 BUSH 0823 BUSH(UK) 0953 CAMBRIDGE 0193, 1273 CANAL+ 1363

CHAPARRAL 0013, 0693, 1003 COLUMBUS 0613 CONNEXIONS 0303, 0423 DISCUS ELIPSE 0853, 0863 DISKXPRESS 0423, 0473 DRAKE 0003 ECHOSTAR 0223, 0233, 0603,

0623, 0663, 0923, 0993, 1043, 1053, 1063, 1103

ELTA 1283 ELTA SAT 0143 EURODEC 1223, 1233, 1243 EUROSTAR 0993 FERGUSON 0043, 0173, 0183,

0293, 0843 0953, 1303

FINLUX 0973 FOXTEL 1463, 1523 FRACARRO 0023, 0533, 0773 FUBA 0473, 0613, 0633,

1053 GIUCAR RECORD 0203, 0333 GRUNDIG 0173, 0943, 0953,

0963 HIGH PERFORMANCE

0913 HIRSCHMANN 0753, 0963,

1403, 1413, 1423, 1433, 1443

HITACHI 0443, 0513, 0703, 0943

ICX INTERNATIONAL 0883

INNOVATION 2711 ITT/NOKIA 0063, 0123, 0173,

0443, 1153 JEEMON 0143 JERROLD 0843, 0983 JOHANSSON 0243 JVC 1273 KATHREIN 0113, 0263, 0273,

0363, 1393 KOSMOS 0263 KYOSTAR 1033, 1083 LENG 0243 LIFESAT 1323, 1343, 1353,

2711 LUXOR 0123, 0133, 0443,

0463, 0503, 1153 MACAB 0353 MASPRO 0013, 0113, 0253,

0953 MEDION 1323, 1343, 2711 METZ 0963 MICROMAXX 1323, 1343, 2711 MITSUBISHI 0963 MORGANS 0593 MURATTO 0403 NEC 0283, 0313, 0763,

0783, 0833 NETWORK 0043 NIKKO 1133, 1143 NOKIA 0063, 0123, 0173,

0443, 1153, 1163, 1333

NORSAT 0783 OTTO VERSAND 0963 PACE 0043, 0173, 0293,

0933, 0953, 1303, 1493, 1523

PACE(ONdigital) 1493 PACE MSS 0943 PALCOM 0613, 0683, 0703 PALSAT 0393 PALTEC 0703 PANSAT 1073 PANASONIC 0803, 1303, 1463 PHILIPS 0323, 0343, 0473,

0953, 1123, 1183, 1193, 1203, 1213, 1303, 1313, 1533

PHILIPS(ONdigital) 1533 PROSAT 1173 PTT TELECOM 0303, 0893 QUELLE 0963 RADIX 1053 REDIFFUSION 0313, 0783 RFT 1183, 1193, 1203,

1213 SAGEM 1253 SAKURA 0563, 0813 SALORA 0063, 0123, 0133,

0443, 0453, 0483, 0493, 0573

SAMSUNG 0743, 0753, 1563 SAT 0403 SATCOM 0893 SATECO 0643 SATELLITE 1543 SECTOR 1263 SEDEA 1093 SENTRA 0413 SIEMENS 0893, 0963 SINTRACK 0903 SKY 1453 SKYLAB 0473 SKYSCAN 0873 SONY 0733, 0943 STELLA 0303 STRONG 0153, 0393, 1033,

1083 STV 0633 SUN/MOON/STAR 1473 TANDBERG 1113 TANDY 0913 TANTEC 0613 TATUNG 0513, 0543 TECHNISAT 0083, 0093, 0523,

0553, 1053 TELECOM 0303 TELEMAX 0583 TELEVES 1483, 1503, 1513,

1553 THORN-FERGUSON

0043, 0073, 0173, 0183, 0953

TOSHIBA 0943 TPS 1373 TRIAD 0403 UNIDEN 0033, 0213, 0673,

0713, 0723 US ELECTRONICS 0883 VORTEC 0753, 1033, 1073 VTECH 0433 WINERSAT 0243 WISI 0053, 0353, 0373,

0383, 0403, 0653, 1053, 1153

WOLSEY 0913 XSAT 1383 ZEHNDER 0263, 0403 ZENDER 0403

Cable TV AUSTAR 0194 CABLETIME 0084, 0094, 0114 CLYDE CABLEVISION

0064 FILMNET 0034, 0074 FOXTEL 0154, 0164, 0174 FRANCE TELECOM 0024 GEC 0064 G.I. 0194 JERROLD 0054 MOVIE TIME 0104 NSC 0104 OPTUSVIS 0184 PHILIPS 0024 SAMSUNG 0134 SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA

0124, 0144 STARCOM 0054 STS 0104 TELE 0074 TELE + 1 0074 TELESERVICE 0044, 0114 TUDI 0014 UNITED CABLE 0054 ZENITH 0044

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