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Dynamic range compressor (
Parameter Initial setting
Lets you compress the dynamic range of the sound track. This may be useful when you want to watch movies at low volumes late at night. We recommend using the âMAXâ setting.
â¢ To reproduce the sound track with no compression, select âCOMP. OFFâ. â¢ To reproduce the sound track with the dynamic range intended by the recording engineer, select âCOMP. STDâ. â¢ To compress the dynamic range in small steps to achieve the sound you desire, select âCOMP. 0.1âââCOMP. 0.9â. â¢ To reproduce a dramatic compression of the dynamic range, select âCOMP. MAXâ.
EFFECT LEVEL WALL TYPE REVERBERATION TIME
(depends on the sound field) WALL MID REVB. MID
Effect level (EFFECT)
Lets you adjust the âpresenceâ of the current surround effect.
Wall type (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. The midpoint designates a neutral wall (made of wood).
Dynamic range compression is possible with Dolby Digital sources only.
Adjusting the surround parameters
The SURR menu contains parameters that let you customize various aspects of the current sound field. The settings are stored individually for each sound field.
Lets you control the spacing of the early reflections to simulate a sonically longer (L) or shorter (S) room. The midpoint designates a standard room with no adjustment.
Resetting customized sound fields to the factory settings
1 Start playing a program source
encoded with multi channel surround sound.
1 If the power is on, press ?/1 to turn off
2 Press LEVEL/SURR.
The button lights up and the first parameter is displayed.
2 Hold down SOUND FIELD + and press
3 Press the cursor buttons (U or u) to
select the parameter you want to adjust.
âS.F. CLR.â appears in the display and all sound fields are reset at once.