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DSP PROGRAM DELAY TIME SETTINGS
Each DSP program is designed to draw out the maximum effect from the source audio. The CinemaStation provides the
DSP programs with optimum value of parameters including reflected sound, reverberant sound and delay time. Among
these parameters, you can change the delay time to match to your speaker positions. Delay time is the time gap in
playback between front speaker audio and surround speaker audio. The bigger the value becomes the later the surround
audio plays back, and the larger the sound space feels. Since delay time is preset at an optimum value for each DSP
program, the default value (page 69) will work well for your listening enjoyment. However, depending on the audio
source or listening environment, you can adjust each DSP program the way you like.
1 Play a source.
2 Press AMP.
3 Select the DSP program for which you want
to adjust the delay time.
To select a Movie, Music, Sports, or Game DSP
program, press the corresponding DSP program
button (MOVIE, MUSIC, SPORTS or GAME).
To select Dolby Digital or DTS, press SURROUND.
To select Dolby Pro Logic (PRO LOGIC), press
SURROUND, then press SELECT to select
To select Dolby Pro Logic II, press SURROUND,
press SELECT to select “PL II”, then press
SURROUND to select the PL II mode (Movie,
Music, or Game).
4 Press or .
“DELAY” appears in the CinemaStation display.
5 Press or to adjust the delay time of the
selected DSP program.
• You can also adjust the delay time of Matrix 6.1.
• With “SP Distance” in the Set Menu (page 78), you can adjust
the delay time of the center speaker.
• Depending on the input source, unnatural sound effects may be
produced if you raise the delay time too much. In this case,
reduce the delay time.
• While adjusting the delay time, you hear no sound temporarily.
DSP Program Delay Time Settings
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ON SCREEN MENU
MOVIE MUSIC SPORTS GAME