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Everything is OK. Owner's Manual I downloaded ( I get link for it by email).
The only reason I gave this less than 4 stars, is because it shouldn't take 24 hrs to have the download available. I was surprised to find that I had to wait until the next day to be able to download the manual that I paid for.
The manual itself is the correct manual.
Setting Up the RF Rod Antenna
The remote control supplied for this receiver can transmit RF (Radio Frequency) signal. The RF rod antenna can receive the RF signals emitted from the remote control. So, with the RF rod antenna connected, you can operate the receiver at a distance of up to 50 feet (15 m) using the remote control. However, if the antenna cannot receive signals stably, you cannot operate the receiver correctly. â¢ The signal-reachable distance may differ depending on the operating conditions and circumstances. To improve transmitting conditions, change the distance to the receiver and the direction to transmit while operating the remote control. â¢ Without the RF rod antenna connected, you can operate the receiver with the remote control, aiming the remote control directly toward the remote sensor on the receiver.
Setting Up the IR Signal Transmitter
The IR signal transmitter can transmit the IR signals. It allows you to use the AV COMPULINK system, and to operate other manufacturersâ components without aiming the remote control directly toward the remote sensor on the target components. In addition, the IR signal transmitter reduces the possibility of malfunction. â¢ The IR signal transmitter may not operate the target components depending on the operating conditions and circumstances â including the aiming angle and direction of the IR signal transmitter toward the remote sensors of the target components. If this occurs, changing its aiming angle and direction toward the remote sensors may solve the problem.
To set up the IR signal transmitter To set up the RF rod antenna
1. Find the place where you attach the IR signal transmitter.
â¢ Place it where the signal can reach the remote sensor of the target components directly (in the line-of-sight). â¢ If the cord length of the IR signal transmitter is not long enough, use an extension cord (not supplied).
1. Insert the RF rod antenna to the RF REMOTE ANTENNA terminal.
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2. Attach the double-sided adhesive tape (supplied) to the IR signal transmitter.
IR signal transmitter
2. Rotate the fixing nut to attach the RF rod antenna firmly.
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3. Connect the plug of the transmitter to the IR
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OUT jack of the receiver and place the transmitter.
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The RF rod antenna and IR signal Transmitter
The combination of the RF rod antenna and the IR signal transmitter (see to the right) allows you to use the Multi-room function more conveniently. The remote control supplied for this receiver can transmit both RF (Radio Frequency) signal and IR (infrared) signal at the same time. This receiver catches the RF signals emitted from the remote control, and converts them into IR signals, then transmits the converted signals to the remote sensor on the other components through IR signal transmitter. This means that you can control not only this receiver but the other components from the sub-room.
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At an angle of approx. 60Â°
Signal-emitting angle of the transmitter Horizontally: 60Ë Vertically: 60Ë
To avoid a failure in the reception from the remote control, keep the connecting cables and the IR signal transmitterâ s cable away from the RF rod antenna.