Denon AVR-4806CI User Manual

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AV SURROUND RECEIVER
AVR-4806CI
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Summary of Contents of user manual for Denon AVR-4806CI

  • Page 1: Remote control unit (RC-1036)AV SURROUND RECEIVER AVR-4806CI OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
  • Page 2: LR6/AA alkaline batteries¢ SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FCC INFORMATION (For US customers) 1. COMPLIANCE INFORMATION Product Name: AV Surround Receiver CAUTION Model Number: AVR-4806CI...
  • Page 3 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1. Read Instructions – All the safety and operating instructions 13. Power-Cord Protection – Power-supply cords should...
  • Page 4Getting Started Thank you for choosing the DENON AVR-4806CI AV Surround Receiver. This remarkable component has been engineered to provide...
  • Page 5¢ System Setup Menu page 19 ~ 25 page 134 page 135 page 135 page 136, 137 page 125, 126...
  • Page 6Getting Started Listening to the radio Setting the IEEE1394 Auto Function .........................................103 Auto tuning...................................................................................65 Tuner Presets Manual tuning ..............................................................................66 •...
  • Page 7: Cautions on installation Getting Started Accessories • Check that the following parts are included in addition to the main unit: q Operating...
  • Page 8: Inserting the batteriesGetting Started Cautions on handling • Switching the input function when input terminals are • Whenever the power switch is...
  • Page 9: Operating range of the remote control unit Getting Started Operating range of the remote control unit • Point the remote control unit at the remote sensor...
  • Page 10Getting Started #7 #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 #0 @9 @8 @7 @6 @0 @1 @2 @3 @4 @5...
  • Page 11: Display Getting Started Display !7 !6 !5 !4 !3 !2 !1 !0 o i u y q w e r...
  • Page 12: Remote control unitGetting Started Remote control unit • For details on the functions of these parts, refer to the pages given in...
  • Page 13: Easy to setup flowEasy Setup and Operation • This section contains the basic steps necessary to configure the AVR-4806CI according to your listening...
  • Page 14: Speaker system layoutEasy Setup and Operation Speaker system layout ¢ Basic system layout (For a THX Ultra2 system) • The following is...
  • Page 15 Easy Setup and Operation Speaker connections • Connect the speaker terminals with the speakers making sure that like polarities...
  • Page 16Easy Setup and Operation ¢ Connections • The AVR-4806CI can be configured for 10 speaker playback using two pairs of...
  • Page 17 Easy Setup and Operation Connecting a DVD player and TV (Monitor) • To connect the video output from the...
  • Page 18Easy Setup and Operation • For best picture quality (especially with progressive DVD and other high definition sources) choose the...
  • Page 19: Auto Setup / Room EQ Easy Setup and Operation Auto Setup / Room EQ The Auto Setup and Room EQ function of this unit...
  • Page 20: Connecting a microphoneEasy Setup and Operation AMP POWER CURSOR ON SYSTEM SETUP CURSOR ON/STANDBY ENTER SETUP MIC ENTER SYSTEM SETUP Connecting a...
  • Page 21: Starting Auto Setup Easy Setup and Operation Turning on the power Starting Auto Setup 1 Turn on your subwoofer. Set the volume...
  • Page 22: Extra SetupEasy Setup and Operation Extra Setup Preliminary measurements • The AVR-4806CI has seven available amplifier channels, • This procedure is...
  • Page 23: Speaker system measurement Easy Setup and Operation NOTE: • If the results are not as expected or if an error message is...
  • Page 24: Check of the measurement resultEasy Setup and Operation Check of the measurement result • The results of the measured items can be checked. 5...
  • Page 25: Playing a DVD with surround sound Easy Setup and Operation About the error message • These error messages will be displayed when performing the measurements...
  • Page 26: Cable indicationsConnecting Other Sources Cable indications • The hookup diagrams on the subsequent pages assume the use of the following optional...
  • Page 27: HDMI output Connecting Other Sources The video conversion function ¢ The analog video to HDMI conversion function: • The AVR-4806CI’s video...
  • Page 28: [To convert analog video signals to HDMI signals]Connecting Other Sources Connecting equipment with HDMI terminals [To convert analog video signals to HDMI signals] • The AVR-4806CI is...
  • Page 29: Connecting a DBS tuner Connecting Other Sources Connecting a TV tuner • For best picture quality choose the component video connection to your...
  • Page 30: Connecting a video camera or video gameConnecting Other Sources Connecting the external inputs (EXT. IN) terminals • These terminals are for inputting multi-channel audio signals from...
  • Page 31: Connecting a DVD recorder Connecting Other Sources Connecting a DVD recorder • For best picture quality choose the component video connection to your...
  • Page 32: Connecting a CD playerConnecting Other Sources Connecting a VCR • There are three sets of video deck (VCR) terminals, so three video decks...
  • Page 33: Connecting a CD recorder or MD recorder Connecting Other Sources Connecting a turntable • You can connect the turntable (MM cartridge) to the PHONO terminals. Turntable...
  • Page 34: DENON LINK connectionConnecting Other Sources Connecting a tape deck Tape deck AUDIO IN A L L L R R R AUDIO OUT...
  • Page 35: Connecting equipment with HDMI terminals Connecting Other Sources Connecting equipment with HDMI terminals • A simple 1-cable connection (using a commercially available cable) with...
  • Page 36: Connecting equipment with DVI terminalsConnecting Other Sources Connecting equipment with DVI terminals • Connection with equipment that has a DVI (Digital Visual Interface)-D connector...
  • Page 37: Connecting IEEE1394 devices Connecting Other Sources Connecting IEEE1394 devices • For the digital transfer of signals from Super Audio CDs and DVD-Audio...
  • Page 38: Connecting the antenna terminalsConnecting Other Sources Connecting the antenna terminals • An F-type FM antenna cable plug can be connected directly. ¢ AM...
  • Page 39: Connecting the CONTROL terminals Connecting Other Sources Connecting the XM terminal • AVR-4806CI is the XM Ready® receiver. You can receive XM® Satellite...
  • Page 40: ZONE2 (or ZONE3) pre-out connectionsConnecting Other Sources Connecting the TRIGGER OUT terminals Turn the DC 12V voltage on and off for the individual functions...
  • Page 41: ZONE2 / ZONE3 speaker out connections Connecting Other Sources ZONE2/ZONE3 speaker out connections • When the power amplifier is assigned to the ZONE2 or ZONE3...
  • Page 42: Connecting the power supply cordConnecting Other Sources Connecting the pre-out terminals • Use these terminals if you wish to connect external power amplifier(s) to...
  • Page 43: Operating the remote control unitBasic Operation Playback Operating the remote control unit ¢ ZONE2 mode To operate the ZONE2 function. • The RC-1036 remote...
  • Page 44: Playing the input sourceBasic Operation INPUT HOME THX FUNCTION MODE CINEMA VOLUME INPUT MODE ROOM EQ HOME THX CINEMA SOURCE PHONES EXT.IN ROOM...
  • Page 45: Listening over headphone Basic Operation Playback using the external input (EXT. IN) Turning the sound off temporarily terminals (MUTING) • Use this...
  • Page 46: Checking the currently playing program source, etc.Basic Operation DIMMER INPUT MODE SPEAKER INPUT MODE ANALOG STATUS ON SCREEN VIDEO SELECT Combining the currently playing sound Checking...
  • Page 47 Basic Operation Input mode ¢ Selecting the analog mode • The AVR-4806CI has an AUTO signal detection mode that...
  • Page 48: Room EQ functionBasic Operation ROOM EQ ROOM EQ The “DIG.” indicator lights when digital signals are being Room EQ function input properly....
  • Page 49: Playing modes for different sources Basic Operation Surround Playing modes for different sources Sources recorded in stereo Sources recorded in monaural • The AVR-4806CI...
  • Page 50: 2-channel playback modesBasic Operation HOME THX SURROUND CINEMA ENTER PARAMETER HOME THX CINEMA PURE DIRECT DIRECT/STEREO ENTER CURSOR SURROUND ON SCREEN PURE...
  • Page 51 Basic Operation ¢ Playing sources recorded in Dolby Surround in ¢ Surround parameters q the Home THX Cinema Surround...
  • Page 52Basic Operation STATUS HOME THX CINEMA HOME THX SURROUND ON SCREEN CINEMA BACK • In addition, screen information is displayed...
  • Page 53 Basic Operation ¢ Surround parameters w (2) (2ch source) OFF: MODE/SB CH OUT: Playback is conducted without using the...
  • Page 54Basic Operation SURROUND STANDARD ENTER PARAMETER STANDARD NIGHT ENTER CURSOR CURSOR SURROUND SURROUND BACK PARAMETER Example: When playing software that...
  • Page 55: Night mode Basic Operation ¢ Dialogue Normalization Dialogue Normalization (Dial Norm) is a feature of Dolby • When “Default Yes” is...
  • Page 56Basic Operation SURROUND STANDARD ENTER PARAMETER STANDARD ENTER CURSOR SURROUND PARAMETER CURSOR Dolby Pro Logic IIx (Pro Logic II) mode...
  • Page 57 Basic Operation ¢ Surround parameters r 5 Press the CURSOR D or H button to select the various surround...
  • Page 58Basic Operation SURROUND STANDARD ENTER PARAMETER STANDARD ENTER CURSOR SURROUND PARAMETER PHONES CURSOR DTS NEO:6 mode • Surround playback can...
  • Page 59: The Dolby Headphone Basic Operation ¢ Surround parameters t ¢ Parameters DTS NEO:6 Mode: MODE: • Cinema: • DH1: This mode is...
  • Page 60: Memory and call-out functions (USER MODE function)Basic Operation USER MODE USER MODE Memory and call-out functions (USER MODE function) • The AVR-4806CI is equipped with a...
  • Page 61: Surround modes and their features Basic Operation DENON original surround modes • The AVR-4806CI is equipped with a high performance DSP (Digital Signal Processor)...
  • Page 62Basic Operation SURROUND 7CH STEREO ENTER PARAMETER DSP SIMULATION 7CH STEREO ENTER CURSOR SURROUND PARAMETER DSP SIMULATION CURSOR DSP surround...
  • Page 63 Basic Operation ¢ Surround parameters y Tone control setting EFFECT: This parameter turns the effect signals with multi surround...
  • Page 64: Channel LevelBasic Operation SURROUND CH SEL/ENTER PARAMETER TU TUNING BAND MODE CH SEL/ENTER CURSOR CURSOR TONE DEFEAT SURROUND PARAMETER Channel Level...
  • Page 65: Auto tuning Basic Operation Fader function Listening to the Radio • This function makes it possible to lower the volume of...
  • Page 66: Preset memoryBasic Operation TU FUNCTION MEMORY BLOCK TUNING BAND MEMORY MODE RDS SEARCH ON SCREEN TUNING CHANNEL PRESET TUNER NUMBER SHIFT...
  • Page 67: RDS (Radio Data System) Basic Operation Checking the preset stations RDS (Radio Data System) • The preset (broadcast) stations can be checked on...
  • Page 68: RDS searchBasic Operation TU CURSOR FG CURSORFG RDS SEARCH CHANNEL RDS search • Use this function to automatically tune to FM...
  • Page 69: PTY search Basic Operation PTY search • Use this function to find RDS stations broadcasting a 6 To continue searching, repeat...
  • Page 70: RT (Radio Text)Basic Operation TU FUNCTION CURSOR FG TUNING BAND CURSORFG RDS SEARCH STATUS CHANNEL TUNER RT (Radio Text) 4 Press the...
  • Page 71: Checking the XM signal strength and Radio ID Basic Operation XM Satellite Radio • AVR-4806CI is the XM Ready receiver. You can receive XM® Checking the XM...
  • Page 72: Category searchBasic Operation FUNCTION CURSOR TU TUNING BAND CURSOR STATUS CHANNEL TUNER Channel selection Category search 1 Set the input source...
  • Page 73: Music server function Basic Operation Using the Network Audio Function • The AVR-4806CI can be connected to a network by cable to...
  • Page 74Basic Operation ¢ Personal Computer ¢ TU (Tuner) / DTU (Digital tuner) system buttons Install “Windows Media Connect” on your...
  • Page 75 Basic Operation FUNCTION ENTER ENTER CURSOR AUX CURSOR ¢ Network settings When using a broadband router (DHCP function), the...
  • Page 76: Presetting (registering) Internet radio stationsBasic Operation ENTER MEMORY BLOCK TUNING MEMORY ENTER CURSOR CURSOR NUMBER • There are many Internet radio stations on the...
  • Page 77: Character search function (searching by first letter) Basic Operation Registering Internet radio stations in your ¢ Deleting radio stations from your favorites favorites • Your favorites...
  • Page 78: Updating the list of radio stationsBasic Operation FUNCTION ENTER TUNING MODE MEMORY ENTER CURSOR CURSOR AUX Updating the list of radio stations Playing music files...
  • Page 79: Operating the AVR-4806CI using a browser Basic Operation ¢ Examples of web control operation screens 4 Press the CURSOR D or H button to select...
  • Page 80Advanced Operation Remote control unit Select “ZONE2” mode. MODE SELECTOR Select “ZONE3” mode. HOME Operating DENON audio components 1 Press...
  • Page 81 Advanced Operation 1. CD player (CD), CD recorder (CDR) system 2. Tape deck (TAPE) system buttons buttons 6, 7...
  • Page 82Advanced Operation 3. Tuner system buttons IR segment MODE SELECTOR NUMBER RC SETUP Preset memory • The included remote control...
  • Page 83 Advanced Operation NOTE: 1. DVD player (DVD), DVD recorder (DVDR) system • Depending on the model and year of...
  • Page 84Advanced Operation 2. Satellite (SAT) tuner, cable (CABLE) system 3. Video deck (VCR) system buttons buttons SRC ON : Power...
  • Page 85 Advanced Operation 4. Monitor or TV system buttons IR segment MODE SELECTOR NUMBER RC SETUP Learning function • If...
  • Page 86Advanced Operation 4 Press the button that you wish to be learned. • The display will go off and the...
  • Page 87: Setting the back light’s lighting time Advanced Operation 3 Press the SYSTEM CALL button (1 to 3) you want to register the system call. 3...
  • Page 88: Setting the brightnessAdvanced Operation Resetting IR segment ¢ Resetting the single learned button MODE SELECTOR SYSTEM CALL 1 Press and hold the...
  • Page 89 Advanced Operation ¢ Resetting the punch through setting 1 Press the MODE SELECTOR button (TV or SAT / CBL)...
  • Page 90: terminalsAdvanced Operation Multi zone music entertainment system • When the outputs of the “ZONE2 (ZONE3)” OUT terminals are wired and...
  • Page 91: Multi-zone playback using the SPEAKER terminals Advanced Operation Multi-zone playback using the SPEAKER terminals ¢ When using the power amplifier as the ZONE2/ZONE3 output •...
  • Page 92: room (ZONE3 SELECT mode)Advanced Operation AMP FUNCTION ZONE3/REC SELECT ZONE2 ON/OFF ZONE3 ON/OFF ZONE2 SELECT VOLUME MUTE Outputting a program source to an...
  • Page 93: Remote control unit operations during multi-source playback Advanced Operation Remote control unit operations during multi-source playback 1 Select the zone which you want to operate pressing...
  • Page 94: Playing Super Audio CDs with an IEEE1394 cableAdvanced Operation Other function ZONE3/REC SELECT FUNCTION DIRECT/STEREO INPUT MODE SURROUND MODE DIRECT/STEREO SURROUND PHONES INPUT MODE ON SCREEN MODE...
  • Page 95: • Dolby Headphone recording Advanced Operation Multi-source recording / playback ¢ Recording Dolby Digital and DTS multi channel sources • With this set...
  • Page 96: Initialization of the microprocessorAdvanced Operation POWER DIRECT/STEREO Initialization of the Microprocessor • In very rare instances, the AVR-4806CI internal microprocessor might lock up,...
  • Page 97: Navigating through the System Setup MenuAdvanced Setup – Part 1 • You can customize a variety of system setup so that it may be fitting...
  • Page 98: On screen display and front displayAdvanced Setup – Part 1 On screen display and front display • The AVR-4806CI is equipped with an intuitive and...
  • Page 99: Setting the Digital In Assignment Advanced Setup – Part 1 Audio Input Setup • Make the audio-related settings. Setting the Digital In Assignment •...
  • Page 100: Setting the EXT. IN SetupAdvanced Setup – Part 1 ¢ Setting the DENON LINK Setting the EXT. IN Setup • When a DENON DVD...
  • Page 101: Setting the Input Function Level Advanced Setup – Part 1 Setting the Input Function Level Setting the Function Rename • Correct the playback level...
  • Page 102: Setting the IEEE1394 AssignmentAdvanced Setup – Part 1 To reset the input source name to the default value, Setting the IEEE1394 Assignment press...
  • Page 103: • Auto Preset Memory Advanced Setup – Part 1 Setting the IEEE1394 Auto Function Tuner Presets • Set whether or not to automatically...
  • Page 104: • Preset SkipAdvanced Setup – Part 1 ¢ Preset Skip ¢ Preset Name • When selecting preset channels pressing the CHANNEL +...
  • Page 105 Advanced Setup – Part 1 4 Repeat step 3 to input the preset channel name. 9 Press the CURSOR...
  • Page 106Advanced Setup – Part 1 Video Setup • Make the video-related settings. Setting the HDMI / DVI In Assignment •...
  • Page 107: the Video Convert Mode Advanced Setup – Part 1 Setting the Video Convert Mode • Input signals input from the analog and digital...
  • Page 108Advanced Setup – Part 1 Setting the HDMI Out Setup Resolution: • 480p/576p: • Set whether to use the analog...
  • Page 109: the Audio Delay Advanced Setup – Part 1 Setting the Audio Delay • “Aspect”, “Resolution” “Color Space” and “RGB Mode Setup” are...
  • Page 110: Setting the On Screen Display (OSD)Advanced Setup – Part 1 Setting the On Screen Display (OSD) • Use this to turn the on screen display...
  • Page 111: Setting the 2ch Direct / Stereo Advanced Setup – Part 1 Advanced Playback • Makes more detailed audio playback settings. Setting the 2ch Direct/Stereo •...
  • Page 112: Setting the Auto Surround ModeAdvanced Setup – Part 1 Setting the Dolby Digital Setup Setting the Auto Surround Mode • Sets the down-mixing method...
  • Page 113 Advanced Setup – Part 1 Setting the Manual EQ Setup w Select the “Each CH” FL FR C SLA...
  • Page 114: • Procedure for copying the “Flat” correction curveAdvanced Setup – Part 1 ¢ Procedure for copying the “Flat” correction curve 7 Press the CURSOR D or H...
  • Page 115: Setting the Channel Setup Advanced Setup – Part 1 Option Setup • Make other expert settings. Setting the Channel Setup • With this...
  • Page 116Advanced Setup – Part 1 Setting the Power Amplifier Assignment Surr. A: The Surround A power amplifier channels can be...
  • Page 117 Advanced Setup – Part 1 S. Back: If no surround back speakers are used in the main room, their...
  • Page 118: Setting the Volume ControlAdvanced Setup – Part 1 Setting the Volume Control Power On Level: Set the volume that is set when the...
  • Page 119: Setting the Trigger Out Advanced Setup – Part 1 Setting the Trigger Out • Three 12 V DC Trigger Outputs on the rear...
  • Page 120: ZONE2 and ZONE3 tone control and channel level settingAdvanced Setup – Part 1 ZONE2 and ZONE3 tone control and channel level setting 3 Press the CURSOR D or...
  • Page 121: User Memory Advanced Setup – Part 1 Setting the Digital Out Assignment User Memory • The optical digital output terminals on...
  • Page 122: Setup LockAdvanced Setup – Part 1 Setup Lock • When the setup lock function is activated, the settings listed • The...
  • Page 123: Setting the IP Address Advanced Setup – Part 1 Network Setup • If you are using a broadband router (DHCP function), there is...
  • Page 124: Setting the Network OptionAdvanced Setup – Part 1 Setting the Proxy • Make this setting when connecting to the Internet via a 1...
  • Page 125Advanced Setup – Part 2 • This Speaker Setup section describes the procedures to make speaker settings manually (without using...
  • Page 126Advanced Setup – Part 2 Setting the low frequency distribution • Select “Large” or “Small” not according to the actual...
  • Page 127 Advanced Setup – Part 2 ¢ Assignment of low frequency signal range • The only signals produced from the...
  • Page 128Advanced Setup – Part 2 Setting the Channel Level 4 Press the CURSOR F or G button to set the...
  • Page 129 Advanced Setup – Part 2 3 Press the CURSOR D or H button to select “Surr. Sp.”, then press...
  • Page 130Advanced Setup – Part 2 • When adjusting the level of an active subwoofer system, Setting the Crossover Frequency you...
  • Page 131: different channels Advanced Setup – Part 2 • If “LFE+Main” is set at “Subwoofer Setup”, “SW:LFE+Main” ( page 126, 127) is...
  • Page 132: • Settings for using a THX Ultra2 compatible subwooferAdvanced Setup – Part 2 2 Press the CURSOR D or H button to select the surround mode, then press...
  • Page 133: • Surround Back Speaker Position Settings Advanced Setup – Part 2 ¢ Surround Back Speaker Position Settings • When two surround back speakers have been...
  • Page 134: Setting the Room EQ SetupAdvanced Setup – Part 2 Others Setup Setting the Room EQ Setup w Press the CURSOR F or G button...
  • Page 135: Setting the MIC Input Select Advanced Setup – Part 2 Setting the Direct Mode Setup Setting the MIC Input Select • Perform the ON/OFF...
  • Page 136Advanced Setup – Part 2 Check the parameter • The results of the measured items can be checked. 5 Press...
  • Page 137 Advanced Setup – Part 2 9 Press the CURSOR D or H button to select “Exit”, then press the...
  • Page 138Advanced Setup – Part 2 System setup items and default values (set upon shipment from the factory) 1. Auto Setup/Room...
  • Page 139 Advanced Setup – Part 2 3. Audio Input Setup Audio Input Setup Default settings Page Input CDR / CD...
  • Page 140Advanced Setup – Part 2 6. Option Setup Option Setup Default settings Page Channel The number of channels that you...
  • Page 141Troubleshooting If a problem should arise, first check the following. 1. Are the connections correct? 2. Have you operated the...
  • Page 142Troubleshooting Symptom Cause Measures Page • AVR-4806CI’s HDMI output terminals and • Check the HDMI connection. 35, 36 monitor’s input...
  • Page 143Additional Information Optimum surround sound for different • Other types of audio: These signals are designed to recreate a 360°...
  • Page 144Additional Information Surround back speakers Speaker(s) for one or two channels are required in order to achieve a THX Surround...
  • Page 145 Additional Information Speaker setting examples • When using two surround back speakers, set them at the back facing front...
  • Page 146Additional Information • Set the front speakers, center speaker and subwoofer in • Set the front speakers slightly wider apart...
  • Page 147 Additional Information [2] When not using surround back speakers Surround Front speakers The AVR-4806CI is equipped with a digital...
  • Page 148Additional Information ¢ Dolby Digital compatible media and playback Sources recorded in Dolby Surround methods • These are sources in...
  • Page 149 Additional Information [2] DTS Digital Surround 1: DTS signals are recorded in the same way on CDs and DTS...
  • Page 150Additional Information [3] DTS-ES™ When DTS-ES Discrete 6.1 or Matrix 6.1 encoded sources DTS-ES is a new multi-channel digital signal...
  • Page 151 Additional Information [4] DTS 96/24 [5] Home THX Cinema Surround The sampling frequency, number of bits and number of...
  • Page 152Additional Information ¢ THX Ultra2™ ¢ THX Games Mode Before any home theater component can be THX Ultra2 For the...
  • Page 153 Additional Information [6] THX™ Surround EX™ Audyssey MultEQ XT In 1999, a new surround system was launched simultaneously with...
  • Page 154Additional Information The two diagrams below illustrate two examples of HDCD® (High Definition Compatible microphone placement for two types of...
  • Page 155 Additional Information About IEEE1394 About HDMI IEEE1394 is an international standard established by the “HDMI” is the abbreviation of...
  • Page 156 Additional Information Windows Media Connect Windows Media DRM This is a media server provided free of charge by Microsoft...
  • Page 157 Surround modes and parameters Signals and adjustability in the different modes Channel output Parameter (default values are shown in...
  • Page 158 Signals and adjustability in the different modes Parameter (default values are shown in parentheses) Dolby Digital NEO:6 MUSIC Surround...
  • Page 159 ¢ Differences in surround mode names depending on the input signals Button Input signals DTS DOLBY DIGITAL DVD-AUDIO Super...
  • Page 160 Button Input signals DTS DOLBY DIGITAL DVD-AUDIO Super Audio CD LINEAR DOLBY DIGITAL DOLBY DOLBY DOLBY DVD- Surround Mode...
  • Page 161 Additional Information Relationship between the video input signal and monitor output according to the video convert mode settings MAIN...
  • Page 162Additional Information S-VIDEO MONITOR Input signals MONITOR OUT Video convert OUT HDMI COMPONENT S-VIDEO VIDEO HDMI COMPONENT S-VIDEO VIDEO –...
  • Page 163Specifications ¢ Audio section • Power amplifier Rated output: Front: 140 W + 140 W (8 Ω/ohms, 20 Hz ~...
  • Page 164 Specifications ¢ Tuner section [FM] (note: µV at 75 Ω/ohms, 0 dBf = 1 x 10–15 W) [AM] Receiving...
  • Page 165List of preset codes / Liste de codes préréglés DVD Bush 40516, 40672, 40690, 40695, 40699, 40713, 3D Lab 40539...
  • Page 166Denver 40699, 40778, 41107, 41165, 41353, 41359 Goodmans 40651, 40690, 40713, 40730, 40783, 40790, Desav 40770 40833, 41004, 41730 Desay...
  • Page 167Landel 40826 Momitsu 41082 Lasonic 40798, 41173 MTlogic 41265 Lawson 40768 Mustek 40730, 41730 Lenco 40651, 40699, 40713, 40770, 40774,...
  • Page 168Powtek 40852 Shinco 40717 Prima 41016 Shinsonic 40533, 40839 Prinz 40831 Silva 40831 Prism 40705 Silva Schneider 40831 Proline 40651,...
  • Page 169Tokaido 40698 CyberHome 41129 Toshiba 40503, 40695, 41045, 41154 Denon 40490 Trans Continens 40826 Dick Smith Electronics TRANS-continents 40826, 40831,...
  • Page 170American High 20035 Craig 20037, 20047, 20072, 20240 Amoisonic 20479 Crown 20037, 20072, 20278 Amstrad 20000, 20072, 20278 Curtis Mathes...
  • Page 171Fuji 20033, 20035 Hypson 20000, 20037, 20072, 20209, 20278 Fujitsu 20000, 20045 iBUYPOWER 21972 Fujitsu General 20037 Imperial 20000 Funai...
  • Page 172Magnasonic 20278, 21278 Niveus Media 21972 Magnavox 20000, 20035, 20039, 20081, 20149, 20642, Noblex 20240 21781 Nokia 20041, 20042, 20046,...
  • Page 173Protech 20081, 20278 SEI 20081 ProVision 20278 Seleco 20037, 20041 Pulsar 20039 Semp 20045 Pye 20000, 20081 Sentra 20072 Qisheng...
  • Page 174Teac 20000, 20037, 20041, 20072, 20278, 20642 Wards 20000, 20033, 20035, 20038, 20039, 20042, Tec 20072 20045, 20046, 20047, 20048,...
  • Page 175Akito 10037 Audiosonic 10009, 10037, 10109, 10217, 10218, 10264, Akura 10009, 10037, 10218, 10264, 10282, 10359, 10337, 10370, 10374, 10428,...
  • Page 176Bondstec 10247 Chengdu 10009, 10817 Boots 10009, 10217 Ching Tai 10003, 10009, 10092, 10179 Bosch 10320 Chun Yun 10000, 10003,...
  • Page 177D-Vision 10037, 10556 Dual 10037, 10217, 10259, 10394, 10531, 10544, D.Boss 10037 11137 Daewoo 10003, 10009, 10019, 10030, 10032, 10037,...
  • Page 178Feilang 10009 GE 10021, 10027, 10030, 10047, 10051, 10055, Feilu 10009, 10817 10092, 10093, 10109, 10135, 10178, 10180, Feiyan 10264,...
  • Page 179Haiyan 10264, 10412, 10817 Home Electronics 10606 Halifax 10217 Hongmei 10009, 10093, 10264, 10817, 10848 Hallmark 10178 Hongyan 10264, 10412,...
  • Page 180Irradio 10218, 10247, 10290, 10371 Kendo 10037, 10102, 10235, 10247, 10362, 10411, IRT 10451, 10628, 10698, 11661 10428, 10512, 10610,...
  • Page 181LG 10001, 10003, 10019, 10030, 10032, 10037, Matsui 10009, 10011, 10035, 10036, 10037, 10072, 10038, 10039, 10056, 10060, 10108, 10178,...
  • Page 182Mivar 10216, 10217, 10290, 10291, 10292, 10370, Noblex 10154, 10180 10516, 10609 Nobliko 10070, 10102, 10216 Monaco 10009 Nokia 10109,...
  • Page 183Panama 10037, 10217, 10247, 10264 Prinz 10194, 10361, 10544 Panashiba 10001 Prism 10051 Panasonic 10037, 10051, 10054, 10055, 10108, 10163,...
  • Page 184Rex 10163, 10206, 10259, 10264, 10363, 10411 Sanyo 10011, 10036, 10045, 10072, 10088, 10104, RFT 10037, 10072, 10087, 10264, 10370,...
  • Page 185Show 10009, 10072, 10418, 10706 SSS 10019, 10180 Siarem 10087, 10102, 10516 Stag 10032 Siemens 10032, 10037, 10146, 10157, 10191,...
  • Page 186Teac 10009, 10037, 10170, 10171, 10178, 10217, Texet 10009, 10216, 10217, 10218, 10374 10247, 10264, 10282, 10412, 10418, 10455, ThemeScene...
  • Page 187Unic Line 10037, 10455 Weipai 10009 United 10037, 10606, 10714, 10715, 11037 Welltech 10714 Universal 10027, 10037 Weltblick 10217, 10320...
  • Page 188CABLE GE 00237 ABC 00003, 00007, 00008, 00011, 00013, 00014, Gehua 00476 00017, 00237 Gemini 00015, 00797 ADB 01063, 01269...
  • Page 189Paragon 00000 TS 00003 Philips 00013, 00153, 00317, 00619, 00817, 01305 Tusa 00015 Pioneer 00144, 00533, 00877, 01500, 01877 TV86...
  • Page 190Arcus 01143 CCE 00345 Arion 01205 Century 00856 Armstrong 00243 Channel Master 00212 Arnion 01300 Chaparral 00053, 00209, 00216 ASA...
  • Page 191Dish Network System Foxtel 00455, 00497, 00720, 00879, 01162, 01173, 00775, 01005, 01170, 01505, 01775 01176, 01356 Dishpro 00775, 01005,...
  • Page 192Hitachi 00455, 00489, 00819, 01250, 01284, 01518, Kathrein 00114, 00115, 00123, 00173, 00200, 00249, 01523, 01525, 00035 00331, 00358, 00442,...
  • Page 193Max 00607 Okano 00243, 00331, 00442, 00668 Maximum 01075, 01334 Opentel 01232, 01412 MB 00605 Optex 00114, 00136, 00417, 00592,...
  • Page 194Pro Visat 00520 Schaub Lorenz 01214 Prod 00573, 00639, 00723, 00873 Schcke 00613 Profile 00710 Schneider 00157, 00668, 00710, 00805,...
  • Page 195Stream 01847, 01848 Tivo 01142, 01442, 01443, 01444 Strong 00132, 00369, 00421, 00520, 00613, 00853, Tokai 00200 00879, 01105, 01147,...
  • Page 196Xcom 00123, 00668, 00832 DBX 30018, 30254 Xcom Multimedia 00668 Denon 30003, 30626, 30766, 30873, 31234, XMS 01075 *[31867], 31868...
  • Page 197Mission 30157 Sharp 30037, 30180, 30861, 31658, 31684 Mitsubishi 30156 Sherwood 30180, 30196, 30426, 31067 MTC 30420 Shure 30043 Musical...
  • Page 198RCA 30053, 30420 Technics 20229, 20353 Sony 30000, 30100, 31364 Thorens 20029 TDK 31208 Universum 20375, 20439 Teac 30420 Victor...
  • Page 199Broksonic 40695 Optimus 20162 Bush 40516, 40713, 40884 Orion 20002, 20479, 21479 Denver 41353, 41359 Panasonic 20162, 21035, 21308 Emerson...
  • Page 200Zenith 00899 1 : These preset codes can be recorded in the SAT/CBL mode. : Ces codes de présélection peuvent...
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