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SONY STRDE545
Owner's Manual


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Text excerpt from page 34 (click to view)
Customizing Sound Fields

Adjusting the level parameters
The LEVEL menu contains parameters that let you adjust the balance and speaker volumes of each speaker. The settings available in this menu are applied to all sound fields.

*Sub woofer level (S.W. xx) Initial setting : 0 dB Lets you adjust the level of the sub woofer. • The level can be adjusted in 1 dB steps from –10 dB to +6 dB.
* The parameters can be adjusted separately for 5.1 CH INPUT.

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Start playing a program source encoded with multi channel surround sound. Press LEVEL. The button lights up and the first parameter is displayed. Press the cursor buttons ( or parameter you want to adjust. ) to select the

LFE (Low Frequency Effect) mix level (LFE Initial setting : 0 dB

;

xx)

This parameter lets you attenuate the level of the LFE (Low Frequency Effect) channel output from the sub woofer without affecting the level of the bass frequencies sent to the sub woofer from the front, center or rear channels via the bass redirection circuitry. • The level can be adjusted in 1 dB steps from –20.0 dB to 0 dB (line level). 0 dB outputs the full LFE signal at the mix level determined by the recording engineer. • Selecting OFF mutes the sound of the LFE channel from the sub woofer. However, the low frequency sounds of the front, center, or rear speakers are output from the sub woofer according to the settings made for each speaker in the speaker setup (page 16). dts LFE (Low Frequency Effect) mix level (LFE
dts

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Enjoying Surround Sound

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Turn the jog dial to select the setting you want. The setting is stored automatically.

*Front balance (

L

R

)

Initial setting : balance Lets you adjust the balance between the front left and right speakers. • The balance can be adjusted ±8 steps. • These settings can also be adjusted using the supplied remote. See “Adjusting the speaker volume” (page 19). *Rear balance ( LS RS ) Initial setting : balance Lets you adjust the balance between the rear left and right speakers. • The balance can be adjusted ±8 steps. • These settings can also be adjusted using the supplied remote. See “Adjusting the speaker volume” (page 19). *Rear level (REAR) Initial setting : 0 dB Lets you adjust level of the rear (left and right) speakers. • The level can be adjusted in 1 dB steps from –10 dB to +6 dB. • These settings can also be adjusted directly using the supplied remote. See “Adjusting the speaker volume” (page 19). *Center level (CTR) Initial setting : 0 dB Lets you adjust the level of the center speaker. • The level can be adjusted in 1 dB steps from –10 dB to +6 dB.

xx)

Initial setting: 0 dB This parameter lets you attenuate the level of the LFE (Low Frequency Effect) channel output from the sub woofer without affecting the level of the bass frequencies sent to the sub woofer from the front, center or rear channels via the “dts” bass redirection circuitry. • The level can be adjusted in 1 dB steps from –20.0 dB to +10.0 dB (line level). • Selecting OFF mutes the sound of the LFE channel from the sub woofer. However, the low frequency sounds of the front, center, or rear speakers are output from the sub woofer according to the settings made for each speaker setup (For details, refer to “Multi Channel Surround Setup”).
z About the level differences in the LFE MIX settings
The “dts LFE MIX” level is set to +10.0 dB and “LFE MIX” (Dolby Digital) is set to 0 dB. This is because there is an initial difference of 10 dB in the overall mix between the Dolby Digital and dts LFE channel levels. Essentially, with the “dts LFE MIX” level set to +10 dB and the “LFE MIX (Dolby Digital)” level set to 0 dB, approximately the same amounts of LFE channel signal are distributed to the other audio channels in the overall mix.

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