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Selecting a Sound Field
If you selected the tape deck Move the easy scroll key to display the information about deck A or B.
When the remote is programmed to control a non-Sony tape deck, the following may occur: â The information about deck B is not displayed and you cannot switch between tape deck A and B. â âTAPE A/Bâ is displayed and tape deck A and B switch automatically each time you press the easy scroll key, etc.
Do the procedure below to select a sound field from the sound field list. Note that the sound fields contained in each list will vary depending on the receiver.
Press SOUND FIELD. The sound field list appears. Using the Lists Move the easy scroll key to select the sound field, then press the key to enter the selection. A display example
If you selected the 2ND AV/2ND AUDIO source Move the easy scroll key to select the source of 2ND AV/ 2ND AUDIO, then press the key.
Depending on the component you are using, â2ND AUDIOâ or â2ND AVâ may not be displayed.
NORMAL CINEMA CINEMA CINEMA
SURROUND ST.EX.A ST.EX.B ST.EX.C
To turn off the sound field Move the easy scroll key to select either â2CH STEREOâ or âA.F.D.â in the sound field list in the display. The sound field list that is displayed is different depending on the model.