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Remote control receiver. is is positioned behind
the display window, above the MENU button on the
front panel. Ensure the receiver is in a clear line of
sight from the remote control for operation. If this is
not possible, use a separate sensor connected to the
Z1 IR input on the rear panel.
MUTEZONEDISPLAYDIRECTMODEINFOOKÐ INPUT +MENU Ð VOLUME +
V I D E O S C AL I N G
Switches the main power to the
Once the unit is switched o,
it should be le for at least ten
seconds before switching on
Adjusts the analogue output
volume in the selected zone
(line out, speakers and
Multi purpose auxiliary
line level input,
input and 3.5mm optical
digital (SPDIF) input.
is socket accepts headphones
with an impedance rating between
32Ω and 600Ω, tted with a 3.5mm
stereo jack plug.
ese buttons select the source
connected to the corresponding
input (or internal input)
Unused sources can be prevented
from being selected in the setup
Selects the Setup menus on the
on-screen display (OSD).
Used to enter selections made in the
Setup menu. Also forces the analogue
and digital video outputs to the default
resolution: 480i (525-line NTSC) when
pressed for more than 2 seconds.
Selects the information displayed on the
lower le portion of the front panel.
Selects between Stereo and the available
surround modes for the current source.
Stereo Direct on/o. Provides a direct analogue path from
the analogue inputs to the le and right front outputs.
Switches o any surround processing modes and shuts
down the DSP circuits for best stereo sound quality.
is switches the display brightness
Selects between Zone1, Zone2 and
Mutes all analogue audio outputs in the
currently selected zone.
Power / Standby LED
is indicates the status of the AVR500/AVR600/
AV888. When rst turned on, the LED is orange,
to indicate that the unit is ‘initialising’; this
changes to green when fully powered and ready.
Red indicates that the unit is in Standby mode.