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1. Press the Multi button fto initiate
the multiroom system. If the semi-OSD
system is engaged, a message will
appear at the bottom of the screen. If
the full-OSD system is engaged, the
complete multiroom menu (Figure 9)
will be shown on the video display.
Press the Set button iwithin five
seconds to enter the multiroom menus.
2. Press the
buttons g to turn
the multiroom system on or off, as
indicated by the front panel
Information Display message, the
semi-OSD message, or the change in
the highlighted video in the full-OSD
screen. Press the Set button ito
enter the settings.
3. Within five seconds, press the
buttons g to scroll through the
inputs. When the input source you wish
to send to the remote room location
appears on the front panel Information
Display, in the lower screen semi-OSD
message, or is highlighted in reverse
video in the full-OSD listing, press the
Set button ito enter the selection.
MULTI ROOM : OFF ON
MULTI INPUT: CD
MULTI LEVEL: 20 DB
4. Within five seconds, press the
buttons g to change the output level
for the multiroom feed. The volume
change will appear as a number in dB
increments below the 0dB reference
level in the front panel Information
Display, as a lower third semi-OSD
message, or as the last line in the
full-OSD status display.
5. Press the Set button ito enter the
setting. If no further buttons are
pressed within five seconds, the unit
will return to normal operation.
Multiroom operation is simple, and it
may be controlled from either the main
listening room where the AVR65 is located,
or from a remote room when an optional
IR sensor is connected to the Multi jack
c on the rear panel.
To activate the feed to the remote room,
press the Multi button ¯ f on the
front panel or remote. Next, press the
buttons g on the remote or the
Selector buttons ¸ on the front panel
until the MULTI indicator K illuminates
in the front panel Information Display.
Press the Set button i˜ to enter
When the multiroom system is turned on,
the previously selected input will be fed to
the Multi Out jacks d on the rear panel.
The volume will be as set in the previous
selection, although it may be further
adjusted using an optional volume con-
trol in the remote location or on the
optional audio power amplifier connected
to the Multi Out jacks d.
If an optional IR sensor is located in the
remote room and connected to the
AVR65’s Multi IR jack, the multiroom
system may be turned on or controlled by
simply pointing the AVR65 remote, or an
optional programmable remote that
includes codes for the AVR65, at the IR
sensor. Note that depending on the type of
programmable remote used, it is probable
that the code for the Multi button will not
be contained in the pre-programmed
code library, and must be “learned” into
the remote, if possible.
To change the input source for the source
to the multiroom feed once it has been
turned on, follow the instructions shown
above in the Multiroom Setup section of
Once the multiroom system is turned on,
it will remain on even if the AVR65 is
placed in the Standby mode in the main
room by pressing the AVR Selector a
or the System Power Control 2on
the front panel. To turn the multiroom
system off, press the Multi button ¯
f, and then the
on the remote or the Selector buttons
¸ on the front panel until the MULTI
indicator K goes out. Press the Set
button i˜ to enter the setting.
AVR65 120 volt Rev (C) 10/6/98