CONNECTING AN OUTDOOR ANTENNA
For better FM reception, use of an optional outdoor antenna is
Connect the outdoor antenna to FM 75 Ω (COAXIAL) jack.
MOUNTING THE FRONT AND SURROUND
You can mount the front and/or the surround speakers,if you want
to do so.
Using wall mounting screws (not supplied)
Select a spot that will hold the weight of the speakers and carefully
mount the surround speakers so that they are firmly secured.
Using a speaker mounting kit (not supplied)
The front and surround speakers are equipped with a 5 mm
threaded insert on their back side. Use it to attach the ball shaft
of a speaker mounting kit on the market.
Refer to the instructions of the mounting kit for further information.
You can attach the speakers to the pedestal on the market with
the 5 supplies screws. Refer to the instructions of the pedestal
for further information.
AIWA disclaims any responsibility for injury to persons or
other accidents caused by not fitting the front and/or surround
speakers properly or if the place of the installation is not
OPTICAL IN VIDEO 1/OPTICAL IN VIDEO 2
jack / OPTICAL OUT jack
The OPTICAL IN VIDEO 1 jack and OPTICAL IN VIDEO 2 jack
accept digital audio input from connected equipment.
The OPTICAL OUT jack outputs digital audio signals to the
Connect digital audio playback/recording equipment, such as an
MD recorder , a DAT deck, or a CD-R deck, etc. with optional
optical fiber cables.
Connect the optical input jack of the connected equipment to the
OPTICAL OUT jack, and the optical output jack of the equipment
to the OPTICAL IN VIDEO 1 jack or the OPTICAL IN VIDEO 2
Before connecting the cable, remove the dust cap from the jacks.
Reattach them when the jacks are not to be used.
CAUTION ON CONNECTING EQUIPMENT TO THE
OPTICAL OUT JACK
When connecting digital equipment without a built-in Dolby
Digital or DTS decoder , do not play back Dolby Digital or
DTS source with multichannel surround sound. When
connecting equipment that does not comform to 96 kHz
Linear PCM source, do not play back 96 kHz Linear PCM
source. It may cause a high level of noise which could harm
your ears and damage the speakers.
• The OPTICAL IN VIDEO 1 or 2 jack shares the same video
source as the VIDEO 1 or 2 jack.
This jack outputs the low frequency sounds.
Your DVD system comes supplied with a passive (non-powered)
subwoofer , to be connected to the SUBWOOFER
terminals , as
described on page 6.
However , if you wish to connect an optional active (powered)
subwoofer , connect it to this
jack using an optional audio
connecting cord with RCA plugs.
Connect headphones with a stereo mini plug (ø 3.5 mm,
The jack is located at the front of this unit.
• No sound is output from the speakers while the headphones
are plugged in.
• When the headphones are plugged in, the Dolby Pro Logic
surround system is canceled. The Dolby Digital or the DTS
surround system automatically switches to the 2ch STEREO