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Selecting different sources for picture and sound
You can watch picture from a video component while listening to sound from another component. Press one of the audio source selecting buttons â PHONO, CD, TAPE/CDR, FM/AM, TV SOUND/DBS* (or TV/DBS on the remote control), while viewing the picture from a video component such as the VCR, DVD player, or DBS tuner, etc.
Selecting the Front Speakers
On the front panel ONLY: When you have connected two pairs of the front speakers, you can select which to use.
SPEAKERS ON/OFF 1 2
â¢ Once you have selected a video source, pictures of the selected source are sent to the TV until you select another video source. * The TV SOUND/DBS (or TV/DBS on the remote control) only works for selecting âDBSâ as the source but not for selecting âTV SOUND (or TV on the remote control).â When you use the DBS tuner, change the source name correctly (see page 13).
Adjusting the Volume
On the front panel: To increase the volume, turn MASTER VOLUME clockwise. To decrease the volume, turn it counterclockwise. â¢ When you turn MASTER VOLUME rapidly, the volume level also changes rapidly. â¢ When you turn MASTER VOLUME slowly, the volume level also changes slowly. From the remote control: To increase the volume, press VOLUME +. To decrease the volume, press VOLUME â.
To use the speakers connected to the FRONT SPEAKERS 1 terminals, press SPEAKERS ON/OFF 1 so that the SPK 1 indicator lights up on the display. (Make sure that the SPK 2 is not on the display.) To use the speakers connected to the FRONT SPEAKERS 2 terminals, press SPEAKERS ON/OFF 2 so that the SPK 2 indicator lights up on the display. (Make sure that the SPK 1 is not on the display.) To use both sets of the speakers, press SPEAKERS ON/OFF 1 and 2 so that the SPK 1 and SPK 2 indicators light up on the display. To use neither sets of the speakers, press SPEAKERS ON/OFF 1 and 2 so that the SPK 1 and SPK 2 indicators disappear from the display.
â¢ If you select any of the DSP modes while using both the speakers connected to the FRONT SPEAKERS 1 and 2 terminals, the speakers connected to the FRONT SPEAKERS 2 terminals are deactivated. â¢ While the DSP MODE is in use, you can only select either the speakers connected to the FRONT SPEAKERS 1 or 2 terminals.
Listening only with headphones
You must turn off both pairs of speakers when you listen with headphones. 1. Connect a pair of headphones to the PHONES jack on the front panel. 2. Press SPEAKERS ON/OFF 1 and SPEAKERS ON/OFF 2 so that neither the SPK 1 nor SPK 2 indicator appears on the display. This cancels the DSP mode currently selected, and activates the HEADPHONE mode (see below). â¢ âHEADPHONEâ appears and H. PHONE indicator lights up on the display. HEADPHONE mode: This mode can reproduce the LFE channel signals, mixing them with the front channel signals. So you will not miss the subwoofer sounds even if you listen to a source using the headphones.
Always set the volume to the minimum before starting any source. If the volume is set at its high level, the sudden blast of sound energy can permanently damage your hearing and/or ruin your speakers.
The volume level can be adjusted within the range of â0â (minimum) to â80â (maximum).
â¢ While in the HEADPHONE mode, you cannot use any DSP modes (see page 20.) â¢ Activating the speaker cancels the HEADPHONE mode and turns on the DSP mode previously selected.
Be sure to turn down the volume before connecting or putting on headphones, as high volume can damage both the headphones and your hearing.