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AV SURROUND RECEIVER
RECEPTOR CON SISTEMA DE SONIDO PERIMÉTRICO PARA AUDIO-VÍDEO
RECEPTEUR AV SURROUND
U
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
MODE D’EMPLOI
En (English)
8C-AR6-903-21
020615CCK-H-S
F (Français)
AV-N W3 0
AV-N W31
(
for HT-NW300, HT-DV2300
)
For assistance and information
call toll free 1-800-BUY-AIWA
(United States and Puerto Rico)
E (Español)
Owners record
For your convenience, record the model number and serial number (you will find them on
the rear of your unit) in the space provided below. Please refer to them when you contact
your Aiwa dealer in case of difficulty.
Model No. Serial No. (Lot No.)
AV-NW30/AV-NW31
1

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  • Page 1

    AV SURROUND RECEIVER
    RECEPTOR CON SISTEMA DE SONIDO PERIMÉTRICO PARA AUDIO-VÍDEO
    RECEPTEUR AV SURROUND

    AV-NW30
    AV-NW31 (for HT-NW300, HT-DV2300)
    OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
    MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
    MODE D’EMPLOI

    En (English)
    E (Español)
    F (Français)

    Owner’s record
    For your convenience, record the model number and serial number (you will find them on
    the rear of your unit) in the space provided below. Please refer to them when you contact
    your Aiwa dealer in case of difficulty.
    Model No.

    Serial No. (Lot No.)

    AV-NW30/AV-NW31

    For assistance and information

    call toll free 1-800-BUY-AIWA
    (United States and Puerto Rico)

    8C-AR6-903-21
    020615CCK-H-S

    U



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    ENGLISH
    WARNING
    TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
    ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
    APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

    RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
    DO NOT OPEN

    “CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
    ELECTRIC SHOCK,
    DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
    NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
    REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
    SERVICE PERSONNEL.”

    Portable cart - An appliance and cart combination
    should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive
    force, and uneven surfaces may cause the
    appliance and cart combination to overturn.
    Ventilation - The unit should be situated with adequate space
    around it so that proper heat ventilation is assured. Allow 10 cm
    clearance from the rear and the top of the unit, and 5 cm from
    the each side.
    Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are
    provided for ventilation, and to ensure reliable operation of the
    unit and to protect it from overheating, these openings must not
    be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked
    by placing the unit on a bed, sofa, rug or other similar surface.
    This unit should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a
    bookcase unless proper ventilation is provided.
    Object and Liquid Entry - Never push objects of any kind into
    this unit through the cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous
    voltage points or short-circuit parts that could result in a fire or
    electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the unit.

    Explanation of Graphical Symbols:
    The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
    within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
    alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
    “dangerous voltage” within the product’s
    enclosure that may be of sufficient
    magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
    shock to persons.
    The exclamation point within an equilateral
    triangle is intended to alert the user to the
    presence of important operating and
    maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
    literature accompanying the appliance.

    IMPORTANT SAFETY
    INSTRUCTIONS
    Read the Operating Instructions carefully and completely before
    operating the unit. Be sure to keep the Operating Instructions
    for future reference. All warnings and cautions in the Operating
    Instructions and on the unit should be strictly followed, as well
    as the safety suggestions below.

    Warning
    To prevent electric shock or injury, these safety instructions should
    be followed in the installation, use and servicing the unit.

    Installation
    Attachments - Do not use attachments not recommended by
    the unit manufacturer as they may result in the risk of fire, electric
    shock or injury to persons.
    Water and Moisture - Do not use this unit near water - for
    example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub,
    in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool, and the like.
    Heat - Do not use this unit near sources of heat, including heating
    vents, stoves, or other appliances that generate heat. It also
    should not be placed in temperatures less than 5˚C (41˚F) or
    greater than 35˚C (95˚F ).
    Mounting surface - Place the unit on a flat, even surface.
    Accessories - Do not place this unit on an unstable cart, stand,
    tripod, bracket, or table. The unit may fall, causing serious injury
    to a child or an adult, and serious damage to the appliance. Use
    only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by
    the manufacturer, or sold with the unit. Any mounting of the
    appliance should follow the manufacturer’s instructions, and
    should use a mounting accessory recommended by the
    manufacturer.

    2

    ENGLISH

    Electric Power
    Power Sources - This unit should be operated only from the
    type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are
    not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your
    appliance dealer or local power company. To operate unit on
    battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.
    Grounding or Polarization - This unit is provided with a polarized
    alternating-current line plug (a plug having one blade wider than
    the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way.
    This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully
    into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to
    fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do
    not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug.
    Power-Cord Protection - Power-supply cords should be routed
    so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items
    placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords
    at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit
    from the product.
    Overloading - Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords,
    integral convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of
    fire or electric shock.

    Outdoor Antenna
    Power lines - An outside antenna system should not be located
    in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or
    power circuits, or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits.
    When installing an outside antenna system, extreme care should
    be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits as
    contact with them might be fatal.
    Outdoor Antenna Grounding - If an outside antenna or cable
    system is connected to the unit, be sure the antenna or cable
    system is grounded so as to provide some protection against
    voltage surges and built-up static charges. Section 810 of the
    National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No.70, provides information
    with regard to proper grounding of the mast and supporting
    structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge
    unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna-discharge
    unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for
    the grounding electrode. See the figure.



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    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................ 2

    PREPARATIONS
    CONNECTIONS .................................................................. 4
    BEFORE OPERATION ........................................................ 8

    SOUND
    CUSTOM AUDIO ADJUSTMENT ....................................... 9
    DSP SURROUND ................................................................ 9

    Note to CATV system installer:
    This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s
    attention to Section 820-40 of the NEC which provides guidelines
    for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable
    ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the
    building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.

    Lightning

    BASIC OPERATIONS
    SELECTION OF AUDIO/VIDEO SOURCE ....................... 10
    RECORDING AN AUDIO SOURCE ................................. 11

    RADIO RECEPTION
    MANUAL TUNING ............................................................. 12
    PRESET TUNING .............................................................. 12

    For added protection for this unit receiver during a lightning storm,
    or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time,
    unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable
    system. This will prevent damage to the unit due to lightning and
    powerline surges.

    DOLBY SURROUND AND DTS SURROUND

    Maintenance

    TIMER

    Cleaning - Unplug this unit from the wall outlet before cleaning.
    Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth
    for cleaning.

    Damage Requiring Service
    Unplug this unit from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified
    service personnel under the following conditions:
    1) When the power cord or plug is damaged.
    2) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the unit.
    3) If the unit has been exposed to rain or water.
    4) If the unit does not operate normally by following the operating
    instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by
    the operating instructions as improper adjustment of other
    controls may result in damage and will often require extensive
    work by a qualified technician to restore the unit to normal
    operation.
    5) If the unit has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
    6) When the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance - this
    indicates a need for service.
    Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as opening or removing
    covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards.
    Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
    Replacement Parts - When replacement parts are required, be
    sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified
    by the manufacturer or having the same characteristics as the
    original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric
    shock or other hazards.
    Safety Check - Upon the completion of any service or repairs to
    this unit, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to
    determine that the unit is in proper operating condition.

    TURNING SURROUND ON AND OFF ............................. 13
    SETTING SPEAKER SIZE AND DISTANCE ................... 14
    ADJUSTING SPEAKER LEVEL BALANCE .................... 15
    OTHER SETTINGS ........................................................... 16

    SETTING THE SLEEP TIMER .......................................... 17

    GENERAL
    CARE AND MAINTENANCE ............................................ 17
    TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE .......................................... 17
    SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................. 18
    PARTS INDEX ................................................................... 19

    Check your accessories
    FM antenna

    Remote control

    Video connecting cord
    (AV-NW31 only)

    AM antenna

    Coaxial connecting cord
    (AV-NW31 only)

    Operating Instructions, etc.

    For the customers who bought the AV-NW31 (for HTNW300 and HT-DV2300)
    • For the connections and operations of the speaker system
    and the DVD player, refer also to the operating instructions
    supplied with the speaker system (for HT-NW300 and HTDV2300) or the DVD player (for HT-DV2300).
    • The optical connecting cord is also supplied to the system
    HT-DV2300).

    ENGLISH

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    PREPARATIONS

    CONNECTIONS

    CONNECTING EQUIPMENT

    Before connecting the AC cord

    Jacks and plugs of the connecting cord are color-coded as follows:
    Red jacks and plugs: For the rigtht channel of audio signals
    White jacks and plugs: For the left channel of audio signals
    Yellow jacks and plugs: For video signals

    The rated voltage of your unit shown on the rear panel is 120 V
    AC. Check that the rated voltage matches your local voltage.

    NOTE
    Insert the plugs fully into the jacks. Loose connections may
    produce a humming sound or other noise interference.

    IMPORTANT
    Plug in the AC power cord to the AC outlet after all other
    connections are made.

    DVD, video 2*1, LD*2 or cable TV

    Video 1*1 or MD player
    Optical connecting cord
    to OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT

    to COAXIAL
    DIGITAL OUT

    to VIDEO OUT*4
    to VIDEO OUT (Video 1)

    to AUDIO OUT

    to AUDIO OUT
    to VIDEO IN (Video 1)
    Coaxial
    connecting cord

    to AUDIO IN

    COAXIAL
    (VIDEO 2)

    OPTICAL
    (VIDEO 1)

    *3

    TV

    *3

    to VIDEO IN

    *3

    OPTICAL
    (DVD)

    to AUDIO OUT

    DIGITAL IN
    PCM
    / DOLBY DIGITAL
    / DTS

    DVD

    VIDEO 2
    / LD / TV

    IN

    IN

    VIDEO 1 / MD

    MONITOR

    IN

    VIDEO OUT

    OUT

    VIDEO

    Optical
    connecting cord

    L
    AUDIO

    REAR

    R
    IN

    IN

    DVD

    VIDEO 2
    / LD / TV

    IN

    OUT

    VIDEO 1 / MD

    OUT

    IN

    TAPE

    IN

    IN

    AUX

    CD

    CD player

    to OPTICAL
    DIGITAL OUT

    to LINE OUT

    to VIDEO OUT*4
    to AUDIO OUT

    DVD player

    to LINE IN

    to LINE OUT

    Tape deck

    u Signal stream
    *1 When connecting a monaural video, use a stereo-mono
    connecting cord (not supplied).
    *2 When connecting an LD player equipped with the AC-3 RF OUT
    terminal, use an RF demodulator unit. Also connect the analog
    AUDIO OUT terminals of the LD player to the receiver to play
    all the sources. For further information, refer to the instructions
    of the LD player.

    4

    ENGLISH

    *3 Input sound through the DIGITAL IN terminals (COAXIAL
    (VIDEO 2), OPTICAL (VIDEO 1) and OPTICAL (DVD)) cannot
    be recorded. When recording the sound from the DVD, CD, MD
    or LD player, connect the analog AUDIO OUT terminals of the
    player to the corresponding AUDIO IN terminals of the receiver.
    *4 With this connection, the picture noise may appear when playing
    copy protected DVDs. In this case, it is recommended to connect
    the VIDEO OUT terminal of the DVD player directly to a TV set,
    not through the receiver.



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    1 and 2 in the illustration correspond to the following details.

    1Front speakers
    Right
    Left

    PREPARATIONS

    2AM antenna
    2FM antenna
    1Sub woofer

    Right

    Left
    1Center speaker

    1Surround speakers

    CONNECTING SPEAKERS 1
    Speaker terminals
    Connect front speakers, a center speaker, surround speakers
    and a sub woofer to the corresponding speaker terminals on the
    unit:
    - the front speaker cords to the FRONT SPEAKERS terminals
    - the center speaker cord to the CENTER SPEAKER terminals
    - the surround speaker cords to the SURROUND SPEAKERS
    terminals
    - the sub woofer (with a built-in amplifier) cord to the SUB
    WOOFER jack, for more powerful bass sounds
    - When not connecting the sub woofer, be sure to select
    “SUBW OFF” (sub woofer off) mode (see the next page).
    - When not connecting the center speaker and/or surround
    speakers, and regarding to the size of speakers (including
    front speakers), speaker settings must be done. Before using
    the unit, be sure to make speaker settings in accordance with
    your speaker configuration (see page 14).

    Front speakers

    Lift up the terminal flap,
    insert the speaker cord
    lead into the terminal slot,
    then close the flap. Check
    that the cord is connected
    securely.

    NT
    FROKERS
    A L
    E
    P
    S
    R

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    : 8Ω
    IMP

    Surround speakers
    ND
    ROU S
    SURAKER
    E
    L
    SP
    R

    NT
    FROKERS
    A L
    SPE
    R

    : 8Ω
    IMP

    : 8Ω
    IMP

    Speaker impedance
    For all speakers, use speakers of 8 ohms or more.

    Connecting + to + , - to - terminals
    To get the proper sound effect, the speaker terminals on the unit
    and the speaker should be connected with proper polarity; the
    + terminal on the unit should be connected to the + terminal on
    the speaker (and - to -).
    NOTE
    • Be sure to connect the speaker cords correctly as shown in the
    illustration on the right column. Improper connections can cause
    short circuits in the SPEAKER(S) terminals.
    • Do not leave objects generating magnetism near the speakers.
    B R
    SU OFE
    WO UT
    O

    TER
    CENAKER
    SPE

    Do not put any equipment such as DVD players and speakers on
    the receiver to assure proper heat ventilation.

    IMP

    Sub woofer

    : 8Ω

    Center speaker

    ENGLISH

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    POSITIONING THE SPEAKERS
    Position the speakers to make the most of Dolby, DTS or DSP
    surround effect.
    Front speaker (L/R)
    Center speaker (C)
    Position in the center of the two front speakers. In addition,
    position on or below the TV set, if connecting a TV set to the
    unit.
    Surround speakers (LS/RS)
    Place the surround speakers directly to the side of or slightly
    behind the listening area. Align them horizontally, about 1 meter
    (3.2 feet) above ear height.
    Sub woofer (SW)
    Place the sub woofer in any place near the two front speakers.

    CONNECTING THE SUPPLIED
    ANTENNAS 2
    Connect the FM antenna to the FM 75Ω terminal and the AM
    antenna to the AM LOOP jack.
    FM antenna
    AM antenna

    T
    AN

    EN

    NA AM

    LO

    OP



    75 L)
    FMAXIA
    (CO

    When not connecting the sub woofer
    Select the “SUBW OFF” mode.
    1 Press and hold SPEAKERS until “FR LARGE” is displayed.
    2 Within 6 seconds, turn MULTI JOG so that “SUBW ON” is
    displayed.
    3 Press ENTER.
    4 Within 6 seconds, turn MULTI JOG so that “SUBW OFF” is
    displayed, then press ENTER.

    To stand the AM loop antenna on a surface
    Fix the claw to the slot as shown in the illustration.

    To position the antennas
    Keep antennas away from metallic objects, electrical equipment
    (including the unit itself) and cords.
    FM antenna: Extend fully and position for the best reception. If
    reception is poor, connect an optional outdoor antenna to the
    FM 75Ω terminal.
    AM antenna: Rotate to find best reception.

    Turning on/off the front speakers
    Each time you press SPEAKERS on the front panel, the front
    speakers are turned on and off. When the front speakers are
    turned on, “SP3” lights up on the display window.
    NOTE
    • When you turn off the front speakers, the surround mode (Dolby
    Digital, Dolby Pro Logic or DTS) or the DSP mode will be
    canceled.
    • When the front speakers are turned off, SURROUND and DSP
    on the front panel cannot be used. (“CAN’T USE” will be
    displayed).

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    Inserting batteries
    Detach the battery cover on the rear of the remote control and
    insert two R6 (size AA) batteries.

    • Replace the batteries with new ones when the operational
    distance between the remote control and the main unit becomes
    shorter.
    • Remove the batteries if the unit is not going to be used for an
    extended period of time.
    • The remote control may not operate if it is used under intense
    sunlight or if its line of sight is obstructed.

    Important
    ENTER on the remote control substitutes for ENTER on
    the main unit when the function is TUNER. In other
    functions, this button is mainly for operating the DVD player
    (see the right column).

    To select the function with the remote control
    Press FUNCTION repeatedly. The function changes cyclically.

    Operating AIWA equipment with the remote control
    You can control the basic functions of AIWA video recorder, TV,
    DVD player or CD player with the remote control.
    Note that there are models that cannot be operated with the
    remote control.

    VIDEO1,
    VIDEO2,
    TV,DVD,
    CD

    SHIFT

    TUNER

    Selecting equipment to be controlled
    To control video recorders, press either VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2,
    whichever allows you to control correctly the video recorder.
    To control a TV, press TV.
    To control a DVD player, press DVD.
    To control a CD player, press CD.
    • There are two sets of transmitted codes for CD, VIDEO 1 and
    VIDEO 2.
    To change the code set for CD, hold down CD and press 0,0,1
    or 0,0,2. (When you choose 0,0,2, you can also operate a DVD
    player with the remote control.)
    To change the code set for VIDEO 1 and VIDEO 2, hold down
    VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2 respectively and press 4,0,0 or 5,3,3.

    PREPARATIONS

    ABOUT THE REMOTE CONTROL

    To control the receiver (this unit)
    Press TUNER.
    NOTE
    Be sure to press TUNER before operating the receiver (this unit).
    Operating video recorders
    Press the following buttons.
    c - Starts playback.
    a - Pauses playback.
    s - Stops playback.
    f, g - Fast rewind/fast forward
    TV/VIDEO - Switches between the TV mode and VIDEO mode.
    POWER - Turns on/off the power.
    0-9, +10 - Selects channel.
    G/F or k/i - Channel down/up.
    C - Resets the counter.
    t/r - Skip forward/back to the next/previous scene.
    Operating TVs
    Press the following buttons.
    TV/VIDEO - Switches between the TV mode and VIDEO mode.
    POWER - Turns on/off the power.
    0-9, +10 - Selects channel.
    k/i - Channel down/up.
    j/l - Decrease/increase volume.
    Operating DVD players
    Press the following buttons.
    POWER - Turns on/off the power.
    c - Starts playback.
    a - Pauses playback.
    s - Stops playback.
    f,g - Searches for a track.
    r,t - Skips a track.
    G,F while pressing SHIFT - Enters slow playback mode.
    AUDIO while pressing SHIFT - Selects the sound tracks.
    SUB TITLE while pressing SHIFT - Changes the subtitle
    language.
    ANGLE while pressing SHIFT - Changes the picture angle.
    ON SCREEN while pressing SHIFT - Displays On Screen Display
    menu.
    ZOOM while pressing SHIFT - Zooms in the picture.
    PRGM while pressing SHIFT - Enters the programmed play mode.
    RANDOM while pressing SHIFT - Enters the random play mode.
    REPEAT while pressing SHIFT - Enters the repeat play mode.
    TOP MENU - Displays the title menu.
    MENU - Displays menu programs.
    i,k,j,l - Moves the cursor to select a program, etc.
    ENTER - Executes or fixes the selected item from a menu.
    v RETURN - Exits the setup menu screen.
    SET UP - Displays the setup menu.

    ENGLISH

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    Operating CD players
    Press the following buttons.
    POWER - Turns on/off the power.
    c - Starts playback.
    a - Pauses playback.
    s - Stops playback.
    f,g - Searches for a track.
    r,t - Skips a track.
    0-9, +10 - Selects a track.
    PRGM while pressing SHIFT - Enters the programmed play mode.
    RANDOM while pressing SHIFT - Enters the random play mode.
    REPEAT while pressing SHIFT - Enters the repeat play mode.
    NOTE
    There are some AIWA models that cannot be operated with the
    remote control, or for which some of the functions of the remote
    control do not work.

    BEFORE OPERATION
    POWER
    POWER 6STANDBY/ON
    SPEAKERS

    DISPLAY

    DIMMER
    PHONES

    SHIFT

    To turn the unit on

    Press POWER 6STANDBY/ON (POWER).
    The STANDBY/ON indicator lights in green.
    Operation is possible after four seconds. The volume level or
    function name is displayed one after the other for the first four
    seconds.

    To change the brightness level of the display

    Press DIMMER (hold down SHIFT and press
    DISPLAY) repeatedly.
    The dimmer mode changes as follows.
    DIM-OFF

    DIMMER 1

    DIMMER 2

    DIMMER 3 (No display)

    DIM-OFF: The normal display
    DIMMER 1: The illumination of the display is dimmer than usual.
    DIMMER 2: The illumination of the display is dimmer.
    DIMMER 3 (no display): Everything on the display is cleared.
    NOTE
    While in the mode other than DIM-OFF, if you operate the receiver,
    the display illuminates at the DIM-OFF level, and after 6 seconds,
    the display brightness returns to the level previously set.
    Note that “DIMMER” is displayed for one second before everything
    is cleared when the previously set level is “no display”.

    Using the headphones
    Connect headphones with a standard stereo plug (ø6.3 mm, 1/4
    inch) to the PHONES jack. Be sure to turn off the speakers by
    pressing SPEAKERS. Otherwise sound is output from the
    speakers.
    To turn the unit off, press POWER 6STANDBY ON (POWER).
    The STANDBY/ON indicator turns to red.

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    SOUND

    CUSTOM AUDIO ADJUSTMENT

    DSP

    MUTING

    JOG
    +,-

    JOG
    +,-

    DSP

    TONE
    MULTI JOG

    SOUND

    MULTI JOG

    MASTER VOLUME
    BALANCE

    DSP SURROUND

    BASS
    TREBLE

    VOLUME
    +,BALANCE
    MUTING

    VOLUME CONTROL
    Turn MASTER VOLUME (press VOLUME +,-).
    Adjust from 0 (minimum) to 49 and MAX (maximum).
    Volume level setting is retained during power-off standby. If the
    unit is turned off with the volume set to 21 or higher, it is
    automatically turned down to 20 the next time the unit is turned
    on.

    The DSP (Digital Signal Processor) surround circuits can recreate
    the effect of sounds reflected from walls or ceilings, to obtain the
    sound presence of real environments. The unit provides 5 DSP
    preset modes.

    1 Press DSP.
    2 Within 6 seconds, turn MULTI JOG to select the
    desired DSP mode.
    The “DSP” and “S” (surround speakers) indicators light up.
    DISCO

    HALL

    LIVE

    CHURCH

    MOVIE

    Left and right balance of the front and surround speakers
    1 Press BALANCE repeatedly.
    “L/R 0dB” and “LS/RS 0dB*” appear alternately.
    “L/R 0dB” means that the left and right front speakers level is
    the same.
    “LS/RS 0dB*” means that the left and right surround speakers
    level is the same.
    Select one of them to adjust it.
    * This is not displayed in stereo mode (SURROUND off or
    DSP off) or when the surround speakers are set to “NONE”.
    2 Turn MULTI JOG (press JOG +,- repeatedly).
    Example:
    “L>R 5dB” means that the left front speaker level is 5 dB higher
    than that of the right front speaker.
    “LS<RS 10dB” means that the right surround speaker level is
    10 dB higher than that of the left surround speaker.
    NOTE
    • The adjustable level ranges from 0 to 10 dB.
    • The surround speaker balance can be adjusted only when
    SURROUND or DSP is set to on and the surround speakers
    are not set to “NONE”.

    Muting the sound temporarily
    Press MUTING so that “MUTE ON” appears on the display. The
    sound is muted.
    To return to the previous volume level, press MUTING again.
    “MUTE OFF” is displayed.
    To reset the volume and balance to the default value, press and
    hold BALANCE until “LVL RESET” is displayed.
    All the speaker volume as well as the left and right balance of
    the front and surround speakers are reset to the default value (0
    dB).

    When the music source is monaural
    The DSP system may not work effectively depending on the DSP
    mode selected.

    To cancel the selected mode
    Press DSP to display the DSP mode name, and press the button
    again within 6 seconds. “DSP OFF” appears on the display.

    To select with the remote control
    1 Press DSP.
    2 Within 6 seconds, press JOG + or - repeatedly until the
    desired DSP mode is displayed.
    NOTE
    • DSP cannot be turned on when the surround speakers are set
    to “NONE”.
    • DSP is automatically canceled when SURROUND is turned
    on, and vice versa.

    SOUND ADJUSTMENT DURING
    RECORDING
    The output volume and tone of the speakers or headphones may
    be freely varied without affecting the level of the recording.

    BASS AND TREBLE
    Turn BASS or TREBLE.
    The adjustable level for the bass sound and the treble sound
    ranges from –10 to +10 dB at 2 dB steps.

    Adjusting bass and treble with the remote control
    1 Press TONE repeatedly to select BASS or TREBLE.
    2 Press JOG + or - to adjust the bass or treble level.

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    BASIC OPERATIONS

    SELECTION OF AUDIO/VIDEO
    SOURCE
    FUNCTION
    FUNCTION
    JOG +,TV/VIDEO

    ENTER

    INPUT
    MODE

    SELECTION OF VIDEO SOURCE
    While selecting a program source which does not contain video
    input (such as a CD player), you can select a video source
    separately to be viewed on the TV.

    1 Press FUNCTION repeatedly to select FM, AM, CD,
    AUX or TAPE.
    2 Press TV/VIDEO.
    3 Press JOG +, - repeatedly.
    The video source to be output through the MONITOR VIDEO
    OUT jack changes in the following order.
    M-OUT V1

    TUNING
    INPUT MODE

    1 Turn FUNCTION to select the program source.

    M-OUT V2

    M-OUT DVD

    M-OUT V1: Video image of the equipment connected to the
    VIDEO 1/MD terminals can be viewed on the TV.
    M-OUT V2: Video image of the equipment connected to the
    VIDEO 2/LD/TV terminals can be viewed on the TV.
    M-OUT DVD: Video image of the equipment connected to the
    DVD terminals can be viewed on the TV.

    The function changes in the following order.
    FM

    AM

    DVD

    CD

    VIDEO 2

    VIDEO 1

    TAPE

    AUX

    The actual source selected (except FM and AM) depends on
    the equipment connected to the input terminals on the rear
    panel of the unit.
    For example, if an MD player is connected to the VIDEO 1/
    MD terminals, select VIDEO 1 to listen to the MD playback
    sound.

    TO CHANGE A DISPLAYED NAME FOR
    THE VIDEO 1 AND VIDEO 2 FUNCTION
    When the VIDEO 1 function is selected, VIDEO 1 is displayed
    initially. It can be changed to MD.
    While pressing ENTER, press INPUT MODE.
    The displayed name for the VIDEO 2 function can be changed to
    VIDEO 2, LD or TV. Select VIDEO 2 function.
    While pressing ENTER, press INPUT MODE.

    To select with the remote control
    Press FUNCTION repeatedly.

    2 Start the selected program source.
    3 Adjust the sound.

    TO SELECT “ANALOG” OR “DIGITAL”
    MODE OF THE DVD, VIDEO 1 OR VIDEO 2
    FUNCTION
    Press INPUT MODE when the DVD, VIDEO 1 or VIDEO 2 function
    is selected. The selected mode “ANALOG” or “DIGITAL” appears
    on the display.
    In DIGITAL mode: Equipment connected to the DIGITAL IN
    OPTICAL (DVD) terminal is selected as a source for the DVD
    function, equipment connected to the DIGITAL IN OPTICAL
    (VIDEO 1) for the VIDEO 1 function, and equipment connected
    to the DIGITAL IN COAXIAL (VIDEO 2) for the VIDEO 2 function.
    In ANALOG mode: Equipment connected to the DVD terminals
    is selected as a source for the DVD function, equipment
    connected to the VIDEO 1/MD for the VIDEO 1 function, and
    equipment connected to the VIDEO 2/LD/TV for the VIDEO 2
    function.

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    When input analog signals from the connected equipment are
    too high to accept, the OVER LEVEL indicator lights up. In this
    case, adjust the input level so that the indicator disappears.

    RECORDING AN AUDIO SOURCE
    FUNCTION

    FUNCTION

    To lower the sound level of the connected source
    When the analog sound level of the connected source is higher
    than that of the FM and AM functions, adjust it as follows.

    1 Select the function to be adjusted.

    BASIC OPERATIONS

    WHEN THE “OVER LEVEL” INDICATOR
    LIGHTS UP

    Turn FUNCTION and play the source.

    2 Press TUNING M repeatedly.

    INPUT MODE

    The level is decreased as follows.
    0 dB

    –6 dB

    –12 dB

    To restore the previous level, press TUNING N repeatedly.

    1 Select the program source to be recorded.
    • When the analog output of the CD player or DVD player is 2
    Vrms, set the level to –6 dB.

    Turn FUNCTION (or press FUNCTION repeatedly).

    2 Set the tape deck or MD recorder to recording
    mode.
    3 Start the selected program source.
    NOTE
    • Any sound control system has no effect on recording (see page
    9).
    • Input sound through the DIGITAL IN terminals cannot be
    recorded. When recording the sound from the DVD, CD, MD or
    LD player, connect the analog AUDIO OUT terminals of the
    player to the corresponding AUDIO IN terminals of the receiver.
    The sound will be recorded in 2 ch stereo.
    • Input sound from the tape deck connected to the TAPE IN
    terminals cannot be recorded.

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    RADIO RECEPTION

    ENTER
    MULTI JOG

    FUNCTION

    PRESET TUNING
    0-9,+10

    You can preset up to 32 stations and tune them in directly.

    TUNER
    MODE
    C

    PRESETTING STATIONS
    1 Tune in the desired station.

    i/k/j/l
    ENTER

    2 Press ENTER to store the station.
    The preset number, beginning from “1” appears on the display.

    RADIO RECEPTION

    MANUAL TUNING

    3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 to store other stations.
    TUNING
    INPUT MODE

    SHIFT

    The next station will not be stored if a total of 32 preset stations
    have already been stored. (“FULL” is displayed.)

    POWER 6STANDBY/ON

    TUNING IN PRESET STATIONS
    1 Turn FUNCTION to select the desired band; FM
    or AM.

    1 Turn FUNCTION to select FM or AM.

    M to tune in a station.
    2 Press TUNING N/M

    2 Turn MULTI JOG to select a preset number.

    Alternatively, press j or l on the remote control.
    “TUNE” is displayed when a station is tuned in.
    “1” is displayed for FM stereo reception.

    To search for a station automatically (Auto search)
    Hold down TUNING N or M (or j or l).
    The unit searches for a station and stops at reception.
    To stop the search manually, press TUNING N or M (or j or
    l).
    • Auto search may not stop at stations with weak signals.

    When an FM stereo broadcast contains noise
    Hold down SHIFT and press TUNER MODE on the remote control
    so that “MONO” is displayed.
    Noise is reduced, although reception is monaural.
    To cancel, repeat the above so that “STEREO” is displayed.

    Alternatively, press i or k on the remote control.
    You can tune in the desired preset station directly by pressing
    the numbered buttons on the remote control.
    - To select preset number 11, press +10 and 1.
    - To select preset number 25, press +10, +10 and 5.

    To clear a preset station
    1 Tune in the station by preset tuning.
    2 Press ENTER, and press ENTER again while the frequency
    flashes on the display.
    Alternatively, press ENTER or C on the remote control, and
    press ENTER while the frequency flashes on the display.

    When the reception contains noise interference
    Move the unit away from other electrical appliances, especially
    digital audio devices, or turn off the appliances that generate
    noise signals.

    To switch the AM tuning interval
    The default setting of the AM tuning interval is 10 kHz/step. If
    you use this unit in an area where the frequency allocation system
    is 9 kHz/step, change the tuning interval.
    Hold down INPUT MODE and press POWER 6STANDBY/ON.
    To reset the interval, repeat this procedure.
    NOTE
    When the AM tuning interval is changed, all preset stations are
    cleared. The preset stations have to be set again.

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    This unit is equipped with the Dolby Pro Logic decoder, Dolby
    Digital decoder and DTS decoder.
    The unit and the center and surround speakers (standard) assure
    full-scale home theater sound. When playing back discs or video
    software that have been recorded in Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Digital
    surround or DTS surround, astonishingly realistic sound
    surrounds the listener to create a new level of audio/visual
    entertainment.
    Independent control of the five channels allows the listener to
    enjoy the same type of sound reproduction experienced in movie
    theaters. Voices are reproduced in the front and center sound
    field, while ambient sounds like cars and crowds are reproduced
    on all sides of the listener for an incredibly lifelike audio/video
    experience.

    TURNING SURROUND ON AND
    OFF
    SURROUND
    INPUT
    MODE

    4 Press SURROUND.
    Pressing the button changes the surround mode according to
    the type of the input signal, as follows.
    In case Dolby Digital or DTS multichannel source is input:
    DOLBY D or DTS

    2chSTEREO

    In case Dolby Digital 2-channel source or other source is input:
    PRO LOGIC

    2chSTEREO

    The following indicators light according to the input signal and
    other conditions.
    hDIGITAL : Dolby Digital signal is input.
    dts : DTS source signal is input.
    hPRO LOGIC : 2-channel source is played with surround set
    to on.

    DOLBY SURROUND AND DTS
    SURROUND

    DOLBY SURROUND AND DTS SURROUND

    If you feel that the surround effect is not sufficient
    Surround playback is affected by many factors. Check the
    following points.
    • Are settings made correctly according to the connected
    speakers and their position?
    • Is the DVD digital out signal correctly selected?
    • In Dolby Digital and DTS, there are multi-sources other than
    5.1ch. Confirm the type of the source being played.
    • A disc may contain multiple audio tracks. Confirm the audio
    track being played.
    • Dolby Digital and DTS sources can be enjoyed only when
    connections are made in digital.

    SURROUND
    FUNCTION
    INPUT MODE

    NOTE
    • This unit supports input signals of the Dolby Digital surround
    bit stream, DTS surround bit stream and linear PCM whose
    sampling frequency is 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz.
    • When connecting some DVD players to the receiver through
    the digital in terminals, noise may be heard in the DVD operation:
    e.g. searching a disc, skipping a chapter.

    Check the followings:
    • Before enjoying Dolby surround or DTS surround, set the
    speaker existance, size and distance (see page 14), and
    adjust the speaker sound levels to the proper balance (see
    page 15).
    • Make sure the speakers are properly connected and positioned
    (see pages 5 and 6).
    • Make sure the TV set and video unit are properly connected
    (see page 4).
    • Make sure the disc and video tape, etc., support Dolby Pro
    Logic, Dolby Digital surround or DTS surround.
    • When connecting an LD player equipped with the AC-3 RF OUT
    terminal, use an RF demodulator unit. Also connect the analog
    AUDIO OUT terminals of the LD player to the receiver to play
    all the sources. For further information, refer to the instructions
    of the LD player.

    1 Turn FUNCTION to select a function.
    2 Press INPUT MODE to select “DIGITAL” or
    “ANALOG”.
    Select in accordance with the connected equipment and sound
    source to be played.

    3 Play the surround source by the connected
    equipment.

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    SETTING SPEAKER SIZE AND
    DISTANCE

    Selectable sizes and distances
    [Front speakers]
    “LARGE” : larger size
    “SMALL” : smaller size

    ENTER

    [Center speaker]
    “LARGE” : larger size
    “SMALL” : smaller size
    “NONE” : no center speaker

    [Surround speakers]
    “LARGE” : larger size
    “SMALL” : smaller size
    “NONE” : no surround speakers

    MULTI JOG
    SPEAKERS

    Set the speaker size (large or small) and the speaker distance
    (distance between the speaker and the listening position), as
    well as speaker existance, correctly as described below.

    LARGE : Frequencies (sounds) over all the band of the
    channel is output.
    SMALL : Frequencies (sounds) under 90 Hz are not output.
    They are re-directed to the sub woofer or other large speakers.

    Default settings

    [Sub woofer]

    Default settings of the speaker size and distance are as follows:

    “ON” : sub woofer activated
    “OFF” : sub woofer deactivated or no sub woofer

    [AV-NW30]
    “FR LARGE” (Front speakers are large.)
    “C LARGE” (Center speaker is large.)
    “SUR LARGE” (Surround speakers are large.)

    [Distance between the front sepakers and the listening
    position]

    [AV-NW31]

    [Distance between the center speaker and the listening
    position]

    From “1” foot to “30” feet with 1 foot step

    “FR SMALL” (Front speakers are small.)
    “C SMALL” (Center speaker is small.)
    “SUR SMALL” (Surround speakers are small.)

    From “1” foot to “30” feet with 1 foot step

    [Distance between the surround speakers and the
    listening position]

    [Common]
    “SUBW ON” (Sub woofer is turned on.)
    “FR 17FT” (Distance between the left and right front speakers
    and the listening position is 17 feet.)
    “C 17FT” (Distance between the center speaker and the listening
    position is 17 feet.)
    “SUR 12 FT” (Distance between the left and right surround
    speakers and the listening position is 12 feet.)
    NOTE
    • When “FR SMALL” is selected, “SUBW ON” is selected
    automatically.
    When the front speakers are small, be sure to connect the sub
    woofer; otherwise the bass sound will not be emitted.
    • When “FR SMALL” is selected, “C LARGE” and “SUR LARGE” cannot
    be selected.
    First make sure that “BY-PASS ON” is not set for DTS.

    1 Press and hold SPEAKERS until “FR LARGE” is
    displayed.
    2 Within 6 seconds, turn MULTI JOG.
    The adjustable items are displayed cyclically as follows:
    FR LARGE(SMALL)
    SUR 12FT

    C LARGE(SMALL)
    C 17FT

    SUR LARGE(SMALL)

    FR 17FT

    SUBW ON

    3 When the item to be adjusted is displayed, press
    ENTER.
    The adjustable size (or distance) flashes.

    4 Within 6 seconds, turn MULTI JOG to adjust the
    size (or distance), and press ENTER.

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    From “1” foot to “30” feet with 1 foot step
    NOTE
    • When setting the speaker distance, first set the front speakers
    distance. The center speaker distance then can be set between
    the distance equal to the front speaker distance and the distance
    5 feet shorter than the front speaker distance. Also, the surround
    speakers distance can be set between the distance equal to
    the front speaker distance and the distance 15 feet shorter than
    the front speaker distance.
    • Adjust the center speaker distance so that the voices are heard
    from the center position.
    • Adjust the surround speakers distance freely acording to your
    preference.
    • When the front speakers distance is changed, the center and
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    BALANCE

    JOG +,MANUAL
    SELECT
    SUBWOOFER
    +,CENTER
    +,REAR +,BALANCE

    The unit is equipped with a built-in test signal generator called a
    noise sequencer for easy balance adjustment of all five channels.
    The sequencer outputs a noise signal that “travels” from channel
    to channel, enabling the simple adjustment of sound level to
    achieve the same apparent loudness, at your listening position,
    from each channel.

    Preparation
    • Before adjusting the speaker level balance, be sure to set
    the speaker size, distance and existance correctly.
    • Before adjusting the speaker level balance, turn off the DSP
    surround system.
    • Operate the unit while playing the source recorded in Dolby
    Digital surround or Dolby Pro Logic.

    4 Press MANUAL SELECT again to stop the noise
    signal.
    NOTE
    • When the noise signal cycles through all the speakers for ten
    times, the noise singal stops automatically.
    • When the center speaker and/or surround speakers are set to
    “NONE”, their level balance cannot be adjusted. (“C 0dB” and “S
    0dB” are not displayed.)

    About the channels
    The left and right front speakers create the stereo effect.
    The center speaker helps precise sound positioning over a broad
    sound field.
    The surround speakers enhance the “depth” of the sound field.

    DOLBY SURROUND AND DTS
    SURROUND

    ADJUSTING SPEAKER LEVEL
    BALANCE

    CHANGING SPEAKER VOLUME
    TEMPORARILY
    According to the software played or your preference, you can
    change the sub woofer, center speaker and surround speakers
    volume temporarily.

    Press SUBWOOFER +/-, CENTER +/- or REAR +/on the remote control.
    Each speaker level can be changed within the range from –10
    dB to +10 dB at 1 dB steps.
    To restore the volume and balance to the default value

    Press and hold BALANCE until “LVL RESET” is displayed.
    All the speaker volume as well as the left and right balance of
    the front and surround speakers are reset to the default value
    (0 dB).

    1 Turn SURROUND on.
    2 Press and hold MANUAL SELECT on the remote
    control until “L” of “L/R 0dB” starts to flash.
    A noise signal is sent to each channel in turn at the interval of
    2 seconds as follows:

    L/R 0dB (Left front speaker)*
    C 0dB (Center speaker)
    L/R 0dB (Right front speaker)*
    S 0dB (Right surround speaker)
    S 0dB (Left surround speaker)

    * L or R flashes to indicate one of the front speakers from
    which the noise signal is output.

    3 Adjust the sound level of the center and surround
    speakers.
    While “C” or “S” flashes in the display, press JOG + or - on
    the remote control so that the sound level of the center or
    surround speakers matches that of the front speakers.
    The blance of the front speakers can be adjusted as well while
    “L/R” is displayed.

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    OTHER SETTINGS

    TO LISTEN TO THE ORIGINAL DTS
    SOUND
    When “dts” appears on the display, all the sound settings can be
    canceled.

    ENTER
    MULTI JOG
    JOG +,-

    Preparation
    Play a disc recorded in DTS surround.

    MID NIGHT

    1 Press ENTER.
    “BY-PASS OFF” is displayed.

    MANUAL
    SELECT
    SHIFT

    2 Press ENTER again so that “BY-PASS ON” is
    displayed.
    To restore the sound settings
    Repeat steps 1 and 2 so that “BY-PASS OFF” appears.

    To operate with the remote control

    ADJUSTING LOW FREQUENCY SOUND
    EFFECT (LFE)
    The disc recorded in Dolby Digital surround contains special
    signals called LFE to enhance low frequency sound effect.
    The LFE signals are recorded in some particular parts on the
    disc and output from the connected sub woofer to reproduce
    astonishingly powerful low sound.
    The sound level of the LFE signals can be adjusted according to
    your speakers.

    Preparation
    Play a disc recorded in Dolby Digital surround.

    1 Press MANUAL SELECT on the remote control.
    “LFE” is displayed.

    2 Press JOG + or - to adjust the LFE level.
    The unit is initially set to 0 dB (maximum) and can be adjusted
    as follows:
    OFF

    –10 dB

    –5 dB

    0 dB

    MULTI JOG on the unit is also available.
    When selecting “SUBW OFF”, the LFE signals are redistributed to
    other speakers.

    ADJUSTING DYNAMIC RANGE
    Dynamic range of the sound can be adjusted. The unit is initially
    set to “STD” (standard) mode.

    Preparation
    Play a disc recorded in Dolby Digital surround.

    1 Hold down ENTER (hold down SHIFT and press
    MID NIGHT).
    “MID NIGHT THEATER” runs through on the display.

    2 Turn MULTI JOG (press JOG + or -) to select
    “MIN”, “MAX” or “STD”.
    MIN: You can enjoy the full dynamic range of sound like in the
    movie theater.
    STD: Original position, when playing back in home, that is
    recommended by the software producers.
    MAX: Select this mode when playing back at low volume.

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    TIMER

    GENERAL

    CARE AND MAINTENANCE
    Occasional care and maintenance of the unit is needed to
    optimize the performance of your unit.

    MULTI JOG

    SLEEP
    JOG +,-

    To clean the cabinet
    Use a soft dry cloth.
    If the surfaces are extremely dirty, use a soft cloth lightly
    moistened with mild detergent solution. Do not use strong
    solvents, such as alcohol, benzine or thinner as these could
    damage the finish of the unit.

    SHIFT

    The unit can be automatically turned off at a specified time.

    1 Hold down SHIFT and press SLEEP on the remote
    control.
    “SLEEP” is displayed.

    2 Within 6 seconds, press JOG + or - repeatedly
    to set the sleep timer duration.
    With each press, the timer duration changes in 5-minute steps
    between 5 to 240 minutes. If there is no button input for 6
    seconds, the current setting is entered automatically.
    The unit turns off after the selected time.
    • MULTI JOG on the unit is also available.

    To check the remaining time until the unit turns off
    Hold down SHIFT and press SLEEP on the remote control.
    The remaining time is displayed for 6 seconds.

    To cancel the sleep timer
    Hold down SHIFT and press SLEEP on the remote control
    repeatedly so that “SLEEPoFF” is displayed.

    TIMER
    GENERAL

    SETTING THE SLEEP TIMER

    TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
    If the unit fails to perform as described in these Operating
    Instructions, check the following guide.

    GENERAL
    There is no sound.
    • Is the AC cord connected properly?
    • Is there an incorrect connection? (➞ pages 4-6)
    • There may be a short circuit in the speaker terminals.
    ➞ Disconnect the AC cord, then correct the speaker
    connections.
    • Was an incorrect function selected?
    • Is SPEAKER set correctly? (➞ page 8)
    Sound is emitted from one speaker only.
    • Is BALANCE set appropriately?
    • Is the other speaker disconnected?
    Sound is heard at a very low volume.
    • Has MUTING been pressed?
    An erroneous display or a malfunction occurs.
    ➞ Reset the unit as stated below.

    TUNER SECTION
    There is constant, wave-like static.
    • Is the antenna connected properly? (➞ page 6)
    • Is the FM signal weak?
    ➞ Connect an outdoor antenna.
    The reception contains noise interference or the sound is
    distorted.
    • Is the system picking up external noise or multipath distortion?
    ➞ Change the orientation of the antenna.
    ➞ Move the unit away from other electrical appliances.

    To reset
    If an unusual condition in the display window or malfunction
    occurs, reset the unit as follows:
    1 Press POWER 6STANDBY/ON to turn off the power.
    2 Press POWER 6 STANDBY/ON while pressing ENTER.
    Everything stored in memory after purchase is canceled.
    If the power cannot be turned off in step 1 because of a
    malfunction, disconnect the AC cord, and reconnect the AC cord
    after several seconds. Then carry out step 2.

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    GENERAL

    SPECIFICATIONS

    Outputs

    FM tuner section
    Tuning range
    Usable sensitivity
    (IHF)
    Antenna terminal

    87.5 MHz to 108 MHz
    13.2 dBf
    75 ohms (unbalanced)

    AM tuner section
    Tuning range
    Usable sensitivity
    Antenna

    530 kHz to 1710 kHz (10 kHz step)
    531 kHz to 1602 kHz (9 kHz step)
    350 µV/m
    Loop antenna
    Muting

    AUDIO OUT
    VIDEO 1/MD: 350 mV (1 kohm)
    TAPE: 350 mV (1 kohm)
    VIDEO OUT
    VIDEO 1/MD: 1 Vp-p (75 ohm)
    MONITOR: 1 Vp-p (75 ohm)
    SUB WOOFER: 4.0 V
    FRONT SPEAKERS: accept speakers of
    8 ohms or more.
    SURROUND SPEAKERS: accept
    speakers of 8 ohms or more.
    CENTER SPEAKER: accept speaker of
    8 ohms or more.
    PHONES (stereo jack): accepts
    headphones of 32 ohms or more
    –20 dB

    Amplifier section
    Power output

    Front
    100 W + 100 W (1 kHz, T.H.D. less than
    0.9%, 8 ohms)
    120 W + 120 W (1 kHz, T.H.D. less than
    10%, 8 ohms)
    75 W + 75W (20 Hz – 20 kHz, T.H.D. less
    than 0.9%, 8 ohms)
    Rear (surround)
    100 W + 100 W (1 kHz, T.H.D. less than
    0.9%, 8 ohms)
    120 W + 120 W (1 kHz, T.H.D. less than
    10%, 8 ohms)
    75 W + 75W (20 Hz – 20 kHz, T.H.D. less
    than 0.9%, 8 ohms)
    Center
    100 W (1 kHz, T.H.D. less than 0.9%,
    8 ohms)
    120 W (1 kHz, T.H.D. less than 10 %,
    8 ohms)
    75 W (20 Hz – 20 kHz, T.H.D. less than
    0.9%, 8 ohms)
    Total harmonic distortion
    0.1% (70W, 1 kHz, 8 ohms, front)
    Inputs
    AUDIO IN
    DVD: 350 mV, adjustable (47 kohms)
    VIDEO 2/LD/TV: 350 mV, adjustable
    (47 kohms)
    VIDEO 1/MD: 350 mV, adjustable
    (47 kohms)
    TAPE: 350 mV, adjustable (47 kohms)
    AUX: 350 mV, adjustable (47 kohms)
    CD: 350 mV, adjustable (47 kohms)
    DIGITAL IN
    COAXIAL (VIDEO 2):
    OPTICAL (VIDEO 1):
    OPTICAL (DVD):
    accept linear PCM signals and bit
    stream of Dolby Digital and DTS
    surround (32 kHz, 44.1 kHz and
    48 kHz)
    VIDEO IN
    DVD: 1 Vp-p (75 ohms)
    VIDEO 2/LD/TV: 1 Vp-p (75 ohms)
    VIDEO 1/MD: 1 Vp-p (75 ohms)

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    General
    Power requirements 120 V AC, 60 Hz
    Power consumption 185 W
    Dimensions (W x H x D)
    430 × 155.5 × 345.5 mm
    (17 × 6 1/8 × 13 5/8 in.)
    Weight
    7.7 kg (17 lb)
    Specifications and external appearance are subject to change
    without notice.
    • Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
    “Dolby”, “Pro Logic” and the double-D symbol are trademarks
    of Dolby Laboratories.
    • "DTS" and "DTS Digital Surround" are registered trademarks
    of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.



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    PARTS INDEX

    On the remote control

    On the unit
    BALANCE
    BASS
    DIMMER
    DSP
    ENTER
    FUNCTION
    INPUT MODE
    MASTER VOLUME
    MULTI JOG
    MUTING
    PHONES
    POWER 6STANDBY/ON
    SPEAKERS
    SURROUND
    TREBLE
    TUNING N,M

    9, 15
    9
    8
    9
    6, 7, 10, 12, 14, 16
    10 - 13
    10 - 13
    9
    6, 9, 12, 14, 16, 17
    9
    8
    8, 12
    6, 8, 14
    13
    9
    11, 12

    7, 12
    7, 12
    9, 15
    7
    15
    8, 12
    9
    7
    7, 10, 11
    7
    10
    9, 10, 15 - 17
    15, 16
    7
    7, 12, 16
    9
    7, 12
    7, 8
    7, 12
    7, 12
    7, 12
    7, 12
    15
    7, 12
    7
    7, 8, 12, 16, 17
    12, 17
    7
    7, 12
    15
    13
    9
    7
    7
    12
    7, 12
    7, 12
    7
    7, 10
    7
    7
    9
    7, 12
    7
    7
    7
    7
    7

    ENGLISH

    GENERAL

    Instruction about each part on the unit or remote control are
    indicated on the pages listed (in alphabetical order) below.

    AUDIO/1
    ANGLE/3
    BALANCE
    CD
    CENTER +,DISPLAY/6
    DSP
    DVD
    FUNCTION
    ENTER
    INPUT MODE
    JOG +,MANUAL SELECT
    MENU
    MID NIGHT/C
    MUTING
    ON SCREEN/4
    POWER
    PRESET TV CHN/i
    PRESET TV CHM/k
    PRGM/7
    RANDOM/8
    REAR +,REPEAT/9
    SET UP
    SHIFT
    SLEEP/+10
    SLOWG,F/r,t
    SUB TITLE/2
    SUBWOOFER +,SURROUND
    TONE
    TOP MENU
    TUNER
    TUNER MODE/0
    TUNING/TV VOL+/l
    TUNING/TV VOL-/j
    TV
    TV/VIDEO
    VIDEO 1
    VIDEO 2
    VOLUME +,ZOOM/5
    vRETURN
    f,g
    s
    c
    a

    En

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    NOTE
    This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
    limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
    Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
    against harmful interference in a residential installation.
    This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
    energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
    instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
    communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference
    will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
    cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
    can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
    is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
    the following measures:
    - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
    - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
    - Connect the equipment into an outlet on circuit different from
    that to which the receiver is connected.
    - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
    for help.

    CAUTION
    Modifications or adjustments to this product, which are not
    expressly approved by the manufacturer, may void the user’s
    right or authority to operate this product.

    For assistance and information

    2 ENGLISH
    Printed
    in China

    call toll free 1-800-BUY-AIWA

    (United States and Puerto Rico)






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