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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

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Text excerpt from page 45 (click to view)
x DIMEN. X (Dimension control)

x SCR. (Screen depth)

Initial setting: 3 Lets you perform further adjustments for Dolby Pro Logic II Music mode decoding (PLII MUSIC). You can set this parameter only when “2CH MODE” is set to “PLII MUSIC” (page 36) and NORMAL SURROUND is selected. You can adjust the difference between the front channels and the surround channels. DIMENSION is adjustable in 7 steps from “0” (front) to “6” (surround).
x PANO. (Panorama mode)

Lets you create the sensation that the sound of the front speakers comes from inside the screen in your listering room, like theaters. • OFF This function is not activated. • MID Normally, select “MID”. • DEEP Lets you create the sensation that the sound comes from a very large screen with a greate amount of screen depth.

Lets you perform further adjustments for Dolby Pro Logic II Music mode decoding (PLII MUSIC). You can set this parameter only when “2CH MODE” is set to “PLII MUSIC” (page 36) and NORMAL SURROUND is selected. • ON Lets you enjoy the surround sound by spreading the sound field of front speakers to the left and right of the listening position (panorama mode). • OFF Panorama mode is not activated.
x WALL XXX (Wall type)

Advanced LEVEL menu parameters
When “MENU” is set to “MENU EXP.”, all of the following parameters are displayed and adjustable. See page 38 for the LEVEL menu adjustments. Initial settings are underlined.
All LEVEL menu parameters


Initial setting: MID (0) When sound is reflected off soft material, such as a curtain, the high frequency elements are reduced. A hard wall is highly reflective and does not significantly effect the frequency response of the reflected sound. “WALL” lets you control the level of the high frequencies to alter the sonic character of your listening environment by simulating a softer (S) or harder (H) wall. You can adjust from S to H in 17 steps. MID (0) setting designates a neutral wall made of wood.
x REVB. XXX (Reverberation)



* Adjustable only when “MENU” is set to “MENU EXP.”.

Initial setting: MID (0) Before sound reaches our ears, it is reflected (reverberated) many times between he left and right walls, ceiling, and floor. In a large room, sound takes more time to bounce from one surface to another than in a smaller room. “REVERB” lets you control the spacing of the early reflections to simulate a sonically longer (L) or shorter (S) room. You can adjust from S to L in 17 steps. MID (0) designates a standard room with no adjustment.



Advanced Adjustments and Settings

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