AUDIO/VIDEO MULTI-CHANNEL RECEIVER

VSX-D711 VSX-D811S

Operating Instructions
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..................................... 34 Listening to multi-channel playback ................. 19 FM wire antenna ...................................................................... 22 Connecting additional amplifiers (VSX-D811S only) ...............................................19 To improve AM reception ..................................35 Using Advanced Surround .......19 Connecting the speakers (VSX-D711) .......................................32 Standard mode ......... 35 Using Loudness and Midnight listening .. 13 Digital audio coaxial cords/ Optical cables ..........................................12.............Contents 1 Before you start Checking what’s in the box ......... 19 Using external antennas .........18 Connecting to the front panel video terminal ...........12............... 43 Coaxial digital input settings ........ 14 Connecting audio components ................................................................... 42 Component video input settings .....................1 channel components .......... 4:41 PM ......... 18 Connecting antennas .......... 29 5 Playing sources Introduction to Sound Modes .....................................7 Listening to Surround Sound ............................................... 17 Connecting video components ... 37 2 5 minute guide Introduction to home theater ............. 27 Remote control .................................................36 Using the tone controls ..........13 Connecting digital components ........................................................... 19 Antenna snap connectors ....1 channel setting (VSX-D811S only) .........41 Front speaker distance setting ........... 43 XRB3013A........ 25 6 Setting up your receiver Choosing your receiver setup ....................................... 40 6.....................6 Installing the receiver ................................................................19 AM loop antenna ............... 43 Optical digital input settings ........... 21 A and B speaker systems ......8 Using the Quick Setup ................................ 24 AC outlet .................. 36 Playing other sources .. 22 Speaker terminals ..16 Connecting DVD 5................................................................................. 41 Surround back speaker distance setting (VSX-D811S only) ................................ 40 Crossover frequency setting ................................6 Operating range of remote control unit .....06 4 01............ 25 Operating other Pioneer components ...................... 42 Dynamic range control setting ..6 Making cable connections ........................ 36 Selecting the multi-channel analog inputs ..................................................34 Using Stereo/Direct ..................................... 22 Hints on speaker placement ......................41 Center speaker distance setting ..................... 38 Speaker setting .........12 3 Connecting up Audio/Video cords .............26 Display ......................................................................................................................... 20 Connecting the speakers (VSX-D811S) ..................................................................42 Dual mono setting ..............13 Component video cords ........................................................................................................... 39 Surround back speaker setting (VSX-D811S only) ....01...........19 To improve FM reception .......................... 32 Advanced Surround modes ....................33 Choosing the input signal ........................... 42 Surround back channel input setting (VSX-D811S only) ...... 40 Subwoofer setting ...................................................... 32 Stereo/Direct ................................. 6 4 Controls and displays Front panel ...............................6 Loading the batteries .............................40 LFE attenuator setting ..................... 13 S-video cables .. 41 Surround speaker distance setting ...

Setting the relative volume level of each channel .................................................................................06 5 01.................. 51 Direct function ........................... 48 9 Controlling the rest of your system Setting the remote to control other components ..................................................12.................................................... 45 Tuning directly to a station ........... 4:41 PM .....................................................................12.......................70 XRB3013A................ 54 Preset Code List ............................... 45 Saving station presets .......................56 10 Additional information Troubleshooting ............... 48 Monitoring your recording ........................................... 44 7 Using the tuner Listening to the radio .......................... 45 Improving FM stereo sound ..............52 Controls for TVs .... 47 Listening to station presets ....................................... 68 Specifications ........................ 49 Searching for preset codes ........................................... 52 Confirming preset codes .01................. 47 8 Making a recording Making an audio or a video recording ....... 49 Selecting preset codes directly ........... 50 Erasing one of the remote control button settings (VSX-D811S only) .......46 Naming station presets ................ 50 Programming signals from other remote controls (VSX-D811S only) .......... 53 Controls for other components ......................... 51 Clearing all the remote control settings ...

the magnetic field produced by the transformers in this unit may cause a humming noise from the speakers. shelf. etc. If this happens. please comply with governmental regulations or environmental public instruction’s rules that apply in your country or area. Loading the batteries 30 30 23ft (7m) 6 En XRB3013A.01. Installing the receiver Please note the following points: • Do not place objects directly on top of this unit.06 Dry cell batteries x 2 (AA size IEC R6P) 6 01.12.. • Insert the plus and minus sides of the batteries properly according to the marks in the battery case.01 Before you start Checking what’s in the box Please check that you've received the following supplied accessories: • AM loop antenna • FM wire antenna • Dry cell batteries x 2 (AA size IEC R6P) • Remote control • These operating instructions Incorrect use of batteries may result in such hazards as leakage and bursting. 4:41 PM .12. • The receiver is operated simultaneously with another infrared remote control unit. • When installing on a rack. • Direct sunlight or fluorescent light is shining onto the remote sensor. Making cable connections Make sure not to bend the cables over the top of this unit (as shown in the illustration). Operating range of remote control unit The remote control may not work properly if: • There are obstacles between the remote control and the receiver's remote sensor. This prevents proper heat dispersal. be sure to leave more than 8 inches (20 cm. Observe the following precautions: • Never use new and old batteries together. • Batteries with the same shape may have different voltages.) of space above the receiver. • The receiver is located near a device that is emitting infrared rays. • When disposing of used batteries. Do not use different batteries together.

starting on page 32. but may not be used to home theater systems that give you many more options (such as surround sound) when listening to soundtracks.12. you can have up to seven different audio tracks coming from one disc. Home theater refers to the use of multiple audio tracks to create a surround sound effect. 4:41 PM . The surround sound you get from a home theater system depends not only on the speakers you have set up in your room.12 7 01.5 minute guide 02 Introduction to home theater You are probably used to using stereo equipment to listen to music. DTS.07. but other possibilities (like listening to a CD with multi-channel surround sound) are explained in Playing sources. In most cases. quality. DVD-Video has become the basic source material for home theater due to its size. according to your speaker setup. making you feel like you're in the middle of the action or concert. you won’t have to make changes for realistic surround sound. all of them being sent to different speakers in your system. but also on the source and the sound settings of the receiver. or Dolby Surround DVD-Video discs. This receiver will automatically decode Dolby Digital. Depending on the DVD. 7 En XRB3013A. This is what creates a surround sound effect and gives you the feeling of ‘being there’.12. and ease of use.

see Optical input setting on page 43 to assign the optical input to DVD.VIDEO DIGITAL OUT MONITOR OUT MONITOR OUT VCR / DVR R SURROUND L Y OUT PB PR Y VCR / DVR IN TV/ IN SAT VIDEO TV / SAT DVD / LD FRONT IN OUT IN VIDEO S P E A A K E R S R (T V / SAT) IN ø PB PR FRONT L CENTER R SURROUND L R FRONT L OUT PREOUT CENTER IN DVD PLA YER MONITOR OUT SUB WOOFER PREOUT STANDBY/ON 41 ¡¢ 0 7 8 Î 3 DVD 5.07. You can do this with either a coaxial. you’ll want to hook up using a digital connection from the DVD player to the receiver. 4:41 PM .12 8 01.02 5 minute guide Listening to Surround Sound This receiver was designed with the easiest possible setup in mind. If you hook up using an optical cable.12. For surround sound.1CH REC INPUT IN CD-R / TAPE / MD IN R IN DVD / IN LD CONTROL MONITOR OUT SUB WOOFER PREOUT B PLAY AUDIO L OUT DVD player VIDEO IN TV Video cord * The illustration shows the VSXD711. you can simply leave the receiver in the default settings. In most cases. DIGITAL OUT VIDEO OUT S Coaxial cable Video cord DIGITAL IN ASSIGNABLE COAX OPT (DVD/LD) ¥ (T V / S A T ) ¥ This receiver* ASSIGNABLE ( D V D / LD) IN ¥ DVD / LD FRONT IN IN AUX DVD 5. so with the following quick setup guide.12. 8 En XRB3013A. 1 Hook up your DVD player. but DVD connections for the VSX-D811S are the same. Use a video cord to connect the video output on your DVD to the receiver using the jacks shown below. 2 Hook up your TV. DIGITAL IN ASSIGNABLE COAX OPT OPT DVD ANTENNA IN 5. or an optical connection (you don’t need to do both). Use a video cord to connect your receiver to the TV using the jacks as shown below. Optical cable Note: If you hook up using a optical cable. you should have your system hooked up for surround sound in no time at all. you should refer to Optical digital input setting on page 43 to assign the optical input to DVD.1CH REC INPUT CD-R AM IN / TAPE LOOP FM / MD UNBAL IN 75 Ω IN CD (DVD/ LD) ¥ (CD) ø ( T V / SAT) ¥ COMPONENT VIDEO S .1CH INPUT CENTER SUB W.

5 minute guide 02 3 Connect your speakers.07. In this case the center speaker shown is unnecessary.12. connect the CENTER PREOUT jack on this unit to the audio input jack on your TV. but everyone’s home setup will vary. Make sure you connect the speaker on the right to the right terminal and the speaker on the left to the left terminal. and a complete setup is best.12 9 01. • Use speakers with a nominal impedance of 8 Ω to 16 Ω. DIGITAL IN ASSIGNABLE COAX OPT OPT IN AUX DVD 5.12. change the front speaker setting (see Speaker setting on page 39) to large • When using the speaker on your TV as the center speaker (C).1CH REC INPUT IN CD-R / TAPE / MD IN R DVD / IN LD CONTROL PLAY AUDIO L OUT S P E A A K E R S R FRONT L CENTER R SURROUND L R FRONT L AC OUTLET PREOUT CENTER B VSX-D711 TV INPUT Powered subwoofer Be sure to complete all connections before connecting this unit to the AC power source. The receiver will work with just two stereo speakers (the front speakers in the diagram) but using at least three speakers is recommended. • If you’re not using a subwoofer. A complete setup of speakers is shown here (six speakers (including the subwoofer) for the VSXD711.1CH INPUT CENTER SUB W. 4:41 PM . 9 En XRB3013A. and eight (also including the subwoofer) for the VSX-D811S). Also make sure the positive and negative (+/–) terminals on the receiver match those on the speakers. (DVD/ LD) ¥ (CD) ANTENNA IN CD ø ( T V / SAT) ¥ COMPONENT VIDEO ASSIGNABLE ( D V D / LD) IN ¥ S .VIDEO DIGITAL OUT MONITOR OUT MONITOR OUT AM LOOP FM UNBAL IN 75 ‰ IN VCR / DVR R SURROUND L Y OUT PB PR Y (T V / SAT) IN ø PB PR VIDEO TV / SAT DVD / LD FRONT IN OUT IN IN VCR / DVR IN MONITOR OUT SUB WOOFER PREOUT TV/ IN SAT DVD 5. Simply connect the speakers you have in the manner shown below. Front Speakers L R Center Speaker C Surround Speakers SL SR Use speakers with a nominal impedance of 8 Ω to 16 Ω.

connect the positive wire to the right channel (+) terminal.1CH INPUT CENTER SUB W. (DVD/ LD) ¥ (CD) ANTENNA IN CD ø COMPONENT VIDEO (TV / SAT) ASSIGNABLE ( D V D / LD) IN ¥ PREOUT L L SURROUND BACK ¥ S . VSX-D811S R SURROUND BACK L Surround back speaker (or subwoofer) 10 En XRB3013A. connecting the positive wire to the right channel (+) terminal. 4:41 PM .02 5 minute guide Front Speakers L R Center Speaker C Surround Speakers SL SR Surround back speakers SBL SBR DIGITAL IN ASSIGNABLE COAX OPT OPT IN AUX DVD 7. and the negative wire to the left channel (–) terminal (shown at right).12.12 10 01.VIDEO SURROUND R AM LOOP FM UNBAL IN 75 Ω IN TV / SAT DVD / LD FRONT VCR / DVR L SURROUND L BACK VIDEO OUT MONITOR OUT (CD-R/ / TAPE / MD) ø DIGITAL OUT MONITOR OUT R IN Y OUT VCR / DVR IN TV/ IN SAT PB PR Y (T V / SAT) IN ø PB PR R FRONT R SURROUND CENTER IN IN MONITOR OUT SUB WOOFER PREOUT DVD 5. • If you select subwoofer (SB SUBWF) in the Surround back speaker setting (see page 40) you can hook up a subwoofer instead of speakers to the surround back speaker terminals.07. Connect the wires just as above (and as shown at right).12. and the negative wire to the left channel (–) terminal.1CH REC INPUT IN CD-R / TAPE / MD IN R DVD / IN LD CONTROL PLAY AUDIO L OUT S P E A A K E R S R FRONT L CENTER R SURROUND BACK L R SURROUND L R FRONT L AC OUTLET B VSX-D811S Subwoofer (passive) INPUT TV Powered subwoofer Be sure to complete all connections before connecting this unit to the AC power source. VSX-D811S only • If you are using only one surround back speaker.

Check the manual that came with the TV if you don’t know how to do this. Make sure you’ve set the video input on your TV to this receiver.5 minute guide 02 4 Plug in the receiver and switch it on. press DVD/LD on the remote control to set the receiver to the DVD input. There are several other sound options you can select. your subwoofer and the TV. and adjust the volume to your liking. See also Choosing your receiver setup on page 38–43 for more setup options. Depending on your DVD player or source discs. Use the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial to select and ENTER to confirm your selection. See Using the Quick Setup on the next page if you’re unsure about the settings. the listening mode must be set to Standard (it should already be set—see page 34 if you need to do this) if you want multi-channel surround sound. 4:41 PM .12. 11 En XRB3013A. indicating that the DVD input is selected. Also make sure that DVD/LD is showing in the receiver’s display. 6 Play a DVD.12 11 01. If it isn’t. you may only get digital 2 channel stereo and analog sound. followed by your DVD player. In this case. See pages 32–33 for more on this.07.12. 5 Press QUICK SETUP on the front panel to specify your speaker setup and your room size.

refer to Choosing your receiver setup on pages 38–43.0 ch* ENTER MASTER VOLUME ADVANCED SURROUND STEREO/ DIRECT SIGNAL SELECT MIDNIGHT/ LOUDNESS SPEAKERS MONITOR TONE QUICK SETUP DOWN UP LISTENING MODE VIDEO INPUT MULTI JOG 6. 3. Front Center Surround Surround Sub Speakers Speaker Speakers Back Sp.02 5 minute guide Using the Quick Setup You can use the Quick Setup to get your system up and running with just a few button presses.0 ch 5.12.0ch* 6. 4:41 PM .0ch* 5. 2 Press QUICK SETUP.1ch* 7. 10 ft.1 ch* R FL DIMMER DIGITAL IN S-VIDEO VIDEO L AUDIO 7. If you want to make more specific settings. Depending on the distance of your speakers from the listening position. Surround 6 ft.0 ch 3. 3 Use the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial to choose your speaker setup.12. 1 If the receiver is off.. Check the table below to find the speaker setup that corresponds with your system.0ch 4. or Large (see table below). 5 ft.0 ch AUDIO/VIDEO MULTI-CHANNEL RECEIVER N∫m-Û≥. Use the front panel controls for the steps below. The receiver automatically makes the necessary settings after you have selected your speaker setup and room size.07. Center 10 ft.1 ch 4. The display prompts you to select your speaker setup. 12 En XRB3013A.1ch* * VSX-D811S only 3.0 ch* R 7. 10 ft. 7 ft. Cycle between the following choices: S 12 ft. Surround Back* 3 ft. Medium.1ch 6 Press ENTER to confirm your setup. 7 ft.0ch 7. The STANDBY indicator goes out. The display shows the speaker setup and room size that you have selected.1ch 4. 9 ft.0ch * VSX-D811S only 6. Front M 12 ft. 4.1 ch MULTI JOG INPUT SELECTOR 5. press STANDBY/ ON to turn the power on. The display prompts you to select your room size. Woofer 3.1ch 5.12 12 01.1 ch* √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ (1 speaker) (1 speaker) (2 speakers) (2 speakers) √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ * VSX-D811S only 4 Press ENTER. L 12 ft. choose between Small.1 ch 6. 5 Use the the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial to choose your room size.

white plugs to L (left). Connect from the component video jacks on the rear of the receiver to the component video jacks on the video component you are hooking up. Be sure to insert completely. Be sure to insert completely.12. Connect red plugs to R (right). Digital audio coaxial cord (or standard video cord) Optical cable 13 En XRB3013A. Connect from an S-video jack on the rear of the receiver to an S-video jack on the video component you are hooking up. and the yellow plugs to VIDEO. In this way. 4:42 PM . L VID EO Y PB S-video cables Use S-video cables (not supplied) to get clearer picture reproduction than regular video cords.13.12.Connecting up 03 Before making or changing any connections. R Component video cords Use component video cords to get the best possible color reproduction of your video source. The color signal of the TV is divided into the luminance (Y) signal and the color (PB and PR) signals and then output. SV IDE O Green Blue Red PR Digital audio coaxial cords/ Optical cables Commercially available digital audio coaxial cords (standard video cords can also be used) or optical cables (not supplied) are used to connect digital components to this receiver. switch off the power and disconnect the power cord from the AC outlet. interference between the signals is avoided. Audio/Video cords Use audio/video cords (not supplied) to connect the audio/video components and a video cord to connect the monitor TV. Be sure to insert completely.25 13 01.

You can do this by either coaxial or optical connections (you do not need to do both). The VSX-D711 has three digital inputs on the rear panel (two coaxial inputs and a optical input) and the VSX-D811S has four (two coaxial inputs and two optical inputs). There is one digital output jack which is marked DIGITAL OUT. VSX-D711 DIGITAL IN ASSIGNABLE COAX OPT OPT DIGITAL IN COMPONENT VIDEO ASSIGNABLE CD recorder IN AUX DVD 5. DAT and CD-R) you can make direct digital recordings with this unit. The arrows indicate the direction of the audio signal.VIDEO DIGITAL OUT MONITOR OUT MONITOR OUT AM LOOP FM UNBAL IN 75 ‰ IN VCR / DVR R SURROUND L Y OUT PB PR Y (T V / SAT) IN ø PB PR VIDEO TV / SAT DVD / LD FRONT IN OUT IN IN VCR / DVR IN MONITOR OUT SUB WOOFER PREOUT TV/ IN SAT DVD 5.03 Connecting up Connecting digital components The easiest way to hook up this receiver for surround sound is to use a digital input.1CH INPUT CENTER SUB W. See page 18 to connect the front panel optical input on the VSX-D811S.12. it is a matter of matching like with like (for example. 4:42 PM .13.12. The quality of these two types of connections is the same but since some digital components only have one type of digital terminal. When connecting your equipment. (DVD/ LD) ¥ (CD) ANTENNA IN CD ø ( T V / SAT) ¥ S . Connect your digital components to the rear panel as shown below.1CH REC INPUT IN CD-R / TAPE / MD IN R DVD / IN LD CONTROL PLAY AUDIO L OUT S P E A A K E R S R FRONT L CENTER R SURROUND L R FRONT DIGITAL OUTL AC OUTLET Satellite tuner B PREOUT CENTER DIGITAL OUT COAX CD player DIGITAL OUT COAX DVD player 14 En XRB3013A. the coaxial output from the component to coaxial input on the receiver). always make sure the power is turned off and the power cord is disconnected from the AC outlet. If you connect this to the optical input on a digital recorder (currently these include MD.25 14 01.

12. Make sure the RF demodulator digital in switch is set correctly (optical or coaxial depending on the connection).1CH REC INPUT IN CD-R / TAPE / MD IN R DVD / IN LD CONTROL PLAY AUDIO L OUT S P E A A K E R S R FRONT L CENTER R SURROUND BACK L R SURROUND L COAX R FRONT L AC OUTLET CD player B DIGITAL OUT COAX DVD player If you have an LD player. We also recommend hooking up your digital components to analog audio jacks as well.25 15 01. (DVD/ LD) ¥ (CD) ANTENNA IN CD ø COMPONENT VIDEO (TV / SAT) ASSIGNABLE IN ( D V D / LD) IN ¥ PREOUT L L SURROUND SURROUND BACK BACK S .12.1CH INPUT CENTER SUB W.13. you need to make special connections to ensure you can play 2 RF format LDs on your system. If this is the case.VIDEO SURROUND ¥ R AM LOOP FM UNBAL IN 75 Ω IN TV / SAT DVD / LD FRONT VCR / DVR L SURROUND L BACK VIDEO OUT MONITOR OUT (CD-R/ / TAPE / MD) ø DIGITAL OUT MONITOR OUT R IN Y OUT VCR / DVR IN TV/ IN SAT PB PR Y (T V / SAT) IN ø B PB R PR FRONT FRONT R SURROUND SURROUND R CENTER DIGITAL OUT CENTER IN IN MONITOR OUT SUB WOOFER PREOUT DVD 5. 15 En XRB3013A.Connecting up 03 DIGITAL OUT Satellite tuner DIGITAL OUT DIGITAL IN CD recorder VSX-D811S DIGITAL IN ASSIGNABLE COAX OPT OPT IN AUX DVD 7. hook up your DVD or LD player directly to an RF demodulator using both the 2 RF output and either a coaxial or optical digital connection. See the component's instruction manual if you are unsure about its input and output jacks. 4:42 PM .

you need to hook up four plugs to the receiver (a set of stereo inputs and a set of stereo outputs). You must also hook up your digital components to analog audio jacks if you want to record to/from digital components (like an MD) to/from analog components.13. IN CD CD player AM LOOP FM UNBAL IN 75 ‰ IN VCR / DVR R SURROUND L VIDEO TV / SAT DVD / LD FRONT IN OUT IN REC PLAY L R IN MONI OUT SUB WOOF PREOU DVD 5. See page 14 for more on digital connections.1CH INPUT CENTER SUB W.12.1CH REC INPUT IN CD-R / TAPE / MD IN PLAY R CD-R/Tape/MD Deck AUDIO L 16 En XRB3013A. you only need to hook up one set of stereo plugs. connect your analog audio components (such as a cassette deck) to the jacks. For components you want to record with. 4:42 PM . but for components that only play. The arrows indicate the direction of the audio signal.25 16 01.12. When connecting your equipment. OUTPUT L R ANTENNA DIGIT ASSI IN AUX DVD 5.03 Connecting up Connecting audio components To begin set up. always make sure the power is turned off and the power cord is disconnected from the AC outlet.

When connecting your equipment.1 channel analog output jacks VSX-D711 DIGITAL IN ASSIGNABLE COAX OPT OPT IN AUX DVD 5.1CH INPUT CENTER SUB W.1CH REC INPUT IN CD-R / TAPE / MD IN R DVD / IN LD CONTROL PLAY AUDIO L OUT S P E A A K E R S R FRONT L CENTER R SURROUND L L L CENTER OUTPUT FRONT OUTPUT L R VIDEO OUTPUT R PREOUT CENTER AC OUTLET B DIGITAL IN ASSIGNABLE COAX OPT OPT IN AUX DVD 7.1 CH) is selected (see page 37).1 channel components If you prefer to use a seperate component for decoding DVDs. change the Surround back channel input setting (page 43) to SB 1ch IN.VIDEO SURROUND ¥ R AM LOOP FM UNBAL IN 75 Ω IN TV / SAT DVD / LD FRONT VCR / DVR L SURROUND L BACK VIDEO OUT MONITOR OUT (CD-R/ / TAPE / MD) ø DIGITAL OUT MONITOR OUT R IN Y OUT VCR / DVR IN TV/ IN SAT PB PR Y (T V / SAT) IN ø PB PR FRONT IN IN MONITOR OUT SUB WOOFER PREOUT DVD 5. (DVD/ LD) ¥ (CD) ANTENNA IN CD ø COMPONENT VIDEO (TV / SAT) ASSIGNABLE ( D V D / LD) IN ¥ PREOUT L L SURROUND BACK S .1CH INPUT CENTER SUB W.1CH REC INPUT IN CD-R / TAPE / MD IN R DVD / IN LD CONTROL PLAY AUDIO L OUT S P E A A K E R S R FRONT L CENTER R SURROUND BACK L SURROUND FRONT CENTER SURROUND OUTPUT OUTPUT SURROUND FRONT R R R L R L SURROUND BACK OUTPUT L R L R B AC OUTLET L SUB WOOFER OUTPUT CENTER OUTPUT VIDEO OUTPUT R VSX-D811S DVD/multi-channel decoder with 7. 4:42 PM . always make sure the power is turned off and the power cord is disconnected from the AC outlet.VIDEO DIGITAL OUT MONITOR OUT MONITOR OUT AM LOOP FM UNBAL IN 75 ‰ IN VCR / DVR R SURROUND L Y OUT PB PR Y (T V / SAT) IN ø PB PR SUB WOOFER OUTPUT SURROUND OUTPUT R FRONT VIDEO TV / SAT DVD / LD FRONT IN OUT IN IN VCR / DVR IN MONITOR OUT SUB WOOFER PREOUT TV/ IN SAT DVD 5.13. 17 En XRB3013A. you can connect a decoder or a DVD player with multi-channel analog outputs to the multi-channel inputs of this receiver.Connecting up 03 Connecting DVD 5. The arrows indicate the direction of the signal.1 CH (or DVD 7. • If the component you are connecting (to the VSX-D811S) only has one surround back channel output.12. DVD/multi-channel decoder with 5. (DVD/ LD) ¥ (CD) ANTENNA IN CD ø ( T V / SAT) ¥ COMPONENT VIDEO ASSIGNABLE ( D V D / LD) IN ¥ S .1 channel analog output jacks • The multi-channel input can only be used when DVD 5.25 17 01.12.

) VIDEO INPUT DIGITAL OUT V L R 18 En XRB3013A. For better quality video. With digital video components (like a DVD player).12.1CH REC INPUT IN CD-R / TAPE / MD IN R DVD / IN LD CONTROL PLAY AUDIO L OUT S P E A A K E R S R FRONT L CENTER R SURROUND L R FRON INPUT PREOUT CENTER VIDEO DVD or LD player R TV (monitor) Connecting to the front panel video terminal Front video connections are accessed via the front panel input selector as VIDEO. Video deck INPUT OUTPUT OUTPUT VIDEO L ANTENNA DIGITAL IN ASSIGNABLE VIDEO COAX OPT OPT COMPONENT VIDEO VIDEO L IN AUX DVD 5. REO/ ECT SIGNAL SELECT MIDNIGHT/ LOUDNESS SPEAKERS MONITOR TONE QUICK SETUP MULTI JOG VIDEO INPUT DIGITAL IN S-VIDEO VIDEO L AUDIO R Video camera (etc. Hook them up the same way you made the rear panel connections. you must use the connections shown on this page for the video signal. 4:42 PM . The arrows indicate the direction of the signal.1CH INPUT CENTER SUB W.VIDEO DIGITAL OUT MONITOR OUT R MONITOR OUT R R TV tuner (or Satellite tuner) AM LOOP FM UNBAL IN 75 ‰ IN VCR / DVR R SURROUND L Y OUT PB PR Y (T V / SAT) IN ø PB PR VIDEO TV / SAT DVD / LD FRONT IN OUT IN IN VCR / DVR IN MONITOR OUT SUB WOOFER PREOUT TV/ IN SAT OUTPUT VIDEO L DVD 5. It is also a good idea to hook up your digital components with analog audio connections (see page 16). always make sure the power is turned off and the power cord is disconnected from the AC outlet. Make sure they are connected to the video component using the same kind of connection. (DVD/ LD) ¥ (CD) L ASSIGNABLE ( D V D / LD) IN ¥ IN CD ø ( T V / SAT) ¥ S .25 18 01. but in order to hear a digital source (like a DVD) you should hook up the audio to a digital input (see page 14).12.13. There are standard audio/video jacks as well as an S-video jack (the VSX-D811S also has an optical input jack). When connecting your equipment.03 Connecting up Connecting video components Connect your video components to the jacks as shown below. you can hook up using the component video jacks or the S-video jacks (quality descends in this order) on the rear of the receiver instead of the regular video jacks.

75 Ω coaxial cable FM ANTENNA To improve AM reception Connect a 15-18 feet length of vinyl-coated wire to the AM antenna terminal without disconnecting the supplied AM loop antenna.13. 4:42 PM . AM loop antenna Assemble the antenna and connect to the receiver. (if desired) and face in the direction that gives the best reception. connect external antennas (see Using external antennas below).25 19 01. then snap the connector shut.Connecting up 03 Connecting antennas Connect the AM loop antenna and the FM wire antenna as shown below. FM UNBAL 75Ω FM WIRE ANTENNA FM wire antenna Connect the FM wire antenna and fully extend vertically along a window frame or other suitable area. Antenna snap connectors Twist the exposed wire strands together and insert into the hole. Outdoor antenna Indoor antenna (Vinylcoated wire) 15-18 ft.12. etc. (5–6m) AM LOOP ANTENNA 19 En XRB3013A. (10mm) AM LOOP ANTENNA Using external antennas To improve FM reception Connect an external FM antenna. etc. Attach to a wall. suspend horizontally outdoors. Always make sure that the receiver is switched off and unplugged from the wall outlet before making or changing any connections. For the best possible reception. To improve reception and sound quality.12. 3/8 in.

Make sure you connect the speaker on the right to the right terminal and the speaker on the left to the left terminal.1CH INPUT CENTER SUB W. Simply connect the speakers you have in the manner shown below. When using the speaker on your TV as the center speaker (C). and a complete setup is best. but everyone’s home setup will vary. The receiver will work with just two stereo speakers (the front speakers in the diagram) but using at least three speakers is recommended. DIGITAL IN ASSIGNABLE COAX OPT OPT IN AUX DVD 5.03 Connecting up Connecting the speakers (VSX-D711) A complete setup of six speakers (including the subwoofer) is shown below. In this case the center speaker shown is unnecessary. 4:42 PM . 20 En XRB3013A.1CH REC INPUT IN CD-R / TAPE / MD IN R DVD / IN LD CONTROL PLAY AUDIO L OUT S P E A A K E R S R FRONT L CENTER R SURROUND L R FRONT L AC OUTLET PREOUT CENTER B VSX-D711 TV INPUT Powered subwoofer Be sure to complete all connections before connecting this unit to the AC power source. Also make sure the positive and negative (+/–) terminals on the receiver match those on the speakers. If you’re not using a subwoofer.12. connect the CENTER PREOUT jack on this unit to the audio input jack on your TV.25 20 01.13.VIDEO DIGITAL OUT MONITOR OUT MONITOR OUT AM LOOP FM UNBAL IN 75 ‰ IN VCR / DVR R SURROUND L Y OUT PB PR Y (T V / SAT) IN ø PB PR VIDEO TV / SAT DVD / LD FRONT IN OUT IN IN VCR / DVR IN MONITOR OUT SUB WOOFER PREOUT TV/ IN SAT DVD 5.12. (DVD/ LD) ¥ (CD) ANTENNA IN CD ø ( T V / SAT) ¥ COMPONENT VIDEO ASSIGNABLE ( D V D / LD) IN ¥ S . Front Speakers L R Center Speaker C Surround Speakers SL SR Use speakers with a nominal impedance of 8 Ω to 16 Ω. change the front speaker setting (see Speaker setting on page 39) to large.

Use speakers with a nominal impedance of 8 Ω to 16 Ω.13.1CH REC INPUT IN CD-R / TAPE / MD IN R DVD / IN LD CONTROL PLAY AUDIO L OUT S P E A A K E R S R FRONT L CENTER R SURROUND BACK L R SURROUND L R FRONT L AC OUTLET B VSX-D811S Subwoofer (passive) INPUT TV Powered subwoofer Be sure to complete all connections before connecting this unit to the AC power source.12.12. 4:42 PM . If you’re not using a subwoofer. Also make sure the positive and negative (+/–) terminals on the receiver match those on the speakers.25 21 01. 21 En XRB3013A.1CH INPUT CENTER SUB W. but everyone’s home setup will vary. Front Speakers L R Center Speaker C Surround Speakers SL SR Surround Back Speakers SBL SBR DIGITAL IN ASSIGNABLE COAX OPT OPT IN AUX DVD 7.Connecting up 03 Connecting the speakers (VSX-D811S) A complete setup of eight speakers (including the subwoofer) is shown below. and a complete setup is best for surround sound. change the front speaker setting (see Speaker setting on page 39) to large. Make sure you connect the speaker on the right to the right terminal and the speaker on the left to the left terminal. The receiver will work with just two stereo speakers (the front speakers in the diagram) but using at least three speakers is recommended.VIDEO SURROUND ¥ R AM LOOP FM UNBAL IN 75 Ω IN TV / SAT DVD / LD FRONT VCR / DVR L SURROUND L BACK VIDEO OUT MONITOR OUT (CD-R/ / TAPE / MD) ø DIGITAL OUT MONITOR OUT R IN Y OUT VCR / DVR IN TV/ IN SAT PB PR Y (T V / SAT) IN ø PB PR R FRONT R SURROUND CENTER IN IN MONITOR OUT SUB WOOFER PREOUT DVD 5. (DVD/ LD) ¥ (CD) ANTENNA IN CD ø COMPONENT VIDEO (TV / SAT) ASSIGNABLE ( D V D / LD) IN ¥ PREOUT L L SURROUND BACK S . Simply connect the speakers you have in the manner shown below.

Tighten terminal. Connect the positive wire to the right channel (+) terminal. (10mm) 1 2 3 Twist exposed wire strands together. move the speakers farther away from the TV. and the negative wire to the left channel (–) terminal (see illustration on page 11). A is the main system supporting the full speaker setup. only the front speakers and the subwoofer will be audible. but multi-channel sources will be down-mixed to the active speakers so no sound will be lost. The speaker terminals also accept single banana plugs. connect the CENTER PREOUT jack on this unit to the audio input jack on your TV. • If you select subwoofer (SB SUBWF) in the Surround back speaker setting (see page 39) you can hook up a subwoofer instead of speakers to the surround back speaker terminals. A and B speaker systems The receiver has two speaker systems: A and B. such as discoloration of the picture when the TV is switched on. Use good quality speaker wire to connect the speakers to the receiver. We have provided a few tips on getting the best sound from your speakers (below). while others should be placed on stands to sound their best. If you do not have magnetically shielded speakers and notice discoloration of the TV picture. If you switch on both A and B speaker systems. Some are designed to be floorstanding. or surround back speakers. • If you are using only one surround back speaker. connect the positive wire to the right channel (+) terminal.) Make sure that all the bare speaker wire is twisted together and inserted fully into the speaker terminal. and the negative wire to the left channel (–) terminal (see illustration on page 11).12. • When placing speakers near the TV. if you choose just the B system you‘ll only hear the front speakers connected to the B system and multi channel sources will be down-mixed to these two speakers. surround. 22 En XRB3013A. Speaker terminals 3/8 in. (Refer to speaker manual for details. we recommend using magnetically shielded speakers to prevent possible interference.13. others should be placed away from walls. but you should also follow the guidelines on placement that the speaker manufacturer provided with your particular speakers to get the most out of them. Hints on speaker placement Speakers are usually designed with a particular placement in mind. In this case the center speaker shown is unnecessary. Loosen speaker terminal and insert exposed wire. If any of the bare speaker wire touches the back panel it may cause the power to cut off as a safety measure. 4:43 PM . Similarly. Some should be placed near a wall.03 Connecting up • When using the speaker on your TV as the center speaker (C).12.25 22 01. No sound will come from the center. • Place the front left and right speakers at equal distances from the TV.

Connecting up 03 • Place the center speaker above or below the TV so that the sound of the center channel is localized at the TV screen.13. Overhead view of speaker set up (VSX-D711) Front Left Front Right Center Subwoofer Surround Left Surround Right Listening Position Surround Back Left Surround Back Right Center 3-D view of speaker set up (VSX-D811S) Subwoofer Surround Left Surround Right Listening Position 23 En XRB3013A. • To achieve the best possible surround sound. or by other suitable means. Overhead view of speaker set up (VSX-D811S) Front Left Front Right • If possible. 3-D view of speaker set up (VSX-D711) If you choose to install the center speaker on top of the TV.12.25 23 01. Doing so can weaken the surround sound effect. 4:43 PM .12. be sure to secure it with putty. to reduce the risk of damage or injury resulting from the speaker falling from the TV in the event of external shocks such as earthquakes. • Try not to place the surround speakers further away from the listening position than the front and center speakers. place the surround speakers slightly above ear level. install your speakers as shown below. Be sure all speakers are installed securely to prevent accidents and improve sound quality.

4:43 PM .VIDEO SURROUND MONITOR OUT R AM LOOP FM UNBAL IN 75 IN VCR / DVR L PB VIDEO L SURROUND P R BACK Y L PB PR RY IN R FRONT S TV / SAT P IN DVD E / LD FRONT A DVD A 5. however it is possible to add additional amplifiers to every channel. ANALOG IN Front channel amplifier Surround channel amplifier VSX-D811S OPT OPT L R ANALOG IN DIGITAL IN ASSIGNABLE IN (TV / SAT) AUX DVD 7. • If you’re not using a subwoofer.12. The arrows indicate the direction of the audio signal. 1 DIGITAL OUT 2 ANTENNA IN ¥ (CD-R/ ø CD / TAPE / MD) ASSIGNABLE ( D V D / LD) IN ¥ COMPONENT (DVD/ LD) ¥ VIDEO PREOUT L L SURROUND BACK L R S . disconnect any speakers that are connected directly to the receiver.13.1CH K REC INPUT IN CD-R E / TAPE / MD R S L PLAY (T V / SAT) IN ø R FRONT R SURROUND CENTER ANALOG IN R FRONT L AC OUTLET CENTER OUT R SURROUND BACK L R SURROUND L Surround back channel amplifier IN MONITOR OUT SUB WOOFER PREOUT B ANALOG IN IN R AUDIO Center channel amplifier INPUT Powered subwoofer • To hear sound only from the pre-outs. 24 En XRB3013A. Make the connections shown below to add amplifiers to power your speakers.25 24 01.03 Connecting up Connecting additional amplifiers (VSX-D811S only) This receiver has more than sufficient power for any home use. Always make sure that the receiver is switched off and unplugged from the wall outlet before making or changing any connections. change the front speaker setting (see Speaker setting on page 39) to large.1CH INPUT CENTER SUB W.12.

Do not connect appliances with high power consumption to the AC OUTLET in order to avoid overheating and fire risk. When you find it damaged.8 A) max] Power supplied through this outlet is turned on and off by the receiver's POWER switch. 4:43 PM .Connecting up 03 AC outlet [switched 100 W (0. POWER-CORD CAUTION Handle the power cord by the plug. The remote control signals are received by the remote sensor of this unit. OUT CONTROL CONTROL IN OUT Receiver Other Pioneer products with Î mark Remote control unit Connect to CONTROL IN terminal of other Pioneer products with Î mark.8 A MAX DO NOT CONNECT A MONITOR. Do not place the unit. etc. Never make a knot in the cord or tie it with other cords. when on vacation).13.12. AC OUTLET SWITCHED 100 W MAX 0.8 A).25 25 01. This can also cause the receiver to malfunction. Do not pull out the plug by tugging the cord and never touch the power cord when your hands are wet as this could cause a short circuit or an electric shock.. you can point the remote controls of other Pioneer components at the receiver’s remote sensor. Total electrical power consumption of connected equipment should not exceed 100 W (0. Check the power cord once in a while.12. • This unit should be disconnected by removing the power plug from the wall socket when not in regular use (ex. or pinch the cord. TV SET. ask your nearest Pioneer authorized service center or your dealer for a replacement. Operating other Pioneer components By connecting a control cord (optional). • Make sure no exposed speaker wire is touching the rear panel. and sent to the other devices via the CONTROL OUT terminal. HEATER. this may cause the receiver to turn off automatically. A damaged power cord can cause a fire or give you an electrical shock. on the power cord. 25 En XRB3013A. OR SIMILAR APPLIANCE TO THIS UNIT'S AC OUTLET. The power cords should be routed such that they are not likely to be stepped on. a piece of furniture.

6 MASTER VOLUME 7 PHONES jack Use to connect headphones. 35) Switches direct playback on or off. When the headphones are connected.04 Controls and Displays Front panel 1 2 3 4 5 N∫m-Û≥. ADVANCED SURROUND (pages 33. Direct playback bypasses the tone controls and channel levels for the most accurate reproduction of a source. 3 Remote sensor Receives the signals from the remote control. there is no sound output from the speakers. 35) Use to switch between the various surround modes. Use it to select options after pressing TONE CONTROL. QUICK SETUP or TUNER EDIT. 10 LISTENING MODE buttons STANDARD (pages 32. 5 MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial The MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial performs a number of tasks. 34) Press for Standard decoding and to switch between the various Pro Logic II options. 26 En XRB3013A.12. AUDIO/VIDEO MULTI-CHANNEL RECEIVER MULTI JOG INPUT SELECTOR ENTER STANDBY STANDBY/ON MASTER VOLUME DOWN UP PHONES R 7 8 STATION 6 9 TUNING STANDARD 10 ADVANCED SURROUND STEREO/ DIRECT 11 12 13 14 15 16 SIGNAL SELECT MIDNIGHT/ LOUDNESS SPEAKERS MONITOR TONE QUICK SETUP LISTENING MODE VIDEO INPUT MULTI JOG TUNER EDIT CLASS BAND MPX INPUT ATT FL DIMMER MULTI JOG DIGITAL IN S-VIDEO VIDEO L AUDIO R 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 1 STANDBY/ON Switches the receiver between on and standby.12. 2 STANDBY indicator Lights when the receiver is in standby. 4 ENTER 8 STATION (+/–) buttons (pages 46–47) Selects station presets when using the tuner.26. 4:43 PM . STEREO/DIRECT (pages 32.31 26 01.. 9 TUNING buttons (page 45) Selects the frequency when using the tuner.

12 MIDNIGHT/LOUDNESS (page 36) Use Midnight when listening to movie soundtracks at low volume.Controls and Displays 04 11 SIGNAL SELECT (pages 34. 22 BAND (page 45) Switches between AM and FM radio bands. 4:43 PM . 16 17 QUICK SETUP VIDEO INPUT (page 18) 18 DIGITAL IN (VSX-D811S only) (page 18) 19 FL DIMMER Use this button to make the fluorescent display (FL) dimmer or brighter. 21 MPX (page 45) Press to receive a radio broadcast in mono. this lights when a signal with surround back channel encoding is detected. 27 En XRB3013A. 15 TONE Press this button to access the bass and treble controls. 37.12. 24 TUNER EDIT (pages 46–47) Press to memorize and name a station for recall using the STATION +/– buttons. Use Loudness to boost the bass and treble at low volume.31 27 01. 20 INPUT ATT Use to attenuate (lower) the level of an analog input signal to prevent distortion. Display 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 SIGNAL SELECT indicators Lights to indicate the type of input signal assigned for the current component: AUTO Lights when AUTO signal select is on 12 13 14 15 SB (VSX-D811S only) Depending on the source. DIGITAL Lights when a digital audio signal is detected.12.26. 48) Use to select an input signal. which you can then adjust with the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial. 13 SPEAKERS Use to cycle through the speaker system: A = B = A+B 14 MONITOR Press to switch tape monitoring on/off. 23 CLASS (pages 46–47) Switches between the three banks (classes) of station presets.

TUNED: Lights when a broadcast is being received. 7 MIDNIGHT Lights during Midnight listening. 13 LOUDNESS Lights when LOUDNESS has been selected. 10 Character display 11 Neo:6 (VSX-D811S) Lights during NEO:6 processing 12 ADV.12.12.04 Controls and Displays 2 DIGITAL Lights when a Dolby Digital signal is detected. ANALOG Lights when an analog signal is detected.31 28 01. the maximum level can range between –10 dB and –0 dB. this lights to indicate Pro Logic II decoding. DTS Lights when a source with DTS audio signals is detected. 4:43 PM .26. MONO: Lights when the mono mode is set using the MPX button. 14 TUNER indicators STEREO: Lights when a stereo FM broadcast is being received in auto stereo mode. balance. Advanced surround. and −0 dB indicates the maximum level. 15 Master volume level Shows the overall volume level. 8 MONITOR Lights when MONITOR is selected (page 48). 4 2 PRO LOGIC II When the Standard mode of the receiver is on. 6 DIRECT Lights when source direct playback is in use. this lights to indicate decoding of a Dolby Digital signal. 5 ATT Lights when INPUT ATT is used to attenuate (reduce) the level of the analog input signal. this lights to indicate decoding of a DTS signal. 3 2 DIGITAL When the Standard mode of the receiver is on. 28 En XRB3013A. This function bypasses all tone. and Dolby Surround effects. 2 DTS When the Standard mode of the receiver is on. SURR (Advanced Surround) Lights when one of the Advanced Surround modes has been selected. ---dB indicates the minimum level. Depending on your level settings for each channel. 9 Speaker indicator Shows the speaker system currently in use.

SIGNAL SEL MIDNIGHT/ LOUDNESS MUTE RECEIVER CONTROL TUNE ST S ETU P ENTER ST 12 13 TUNE CHANNEL MENU TV VOL TV INPUT MASTER VOLUME 9 TV CONTROL 14 15 TV AV PRE-PROGRAMMED REMOTE CONTROL UNIT 1 SOURCE Press to turn on/off other components connected to the receiver.SURR. FL.Controls and Displays 04 Remote control SOURCE RECEIVER 1 2 3 4 10 11 4 Number buttons/Receiver controls/ ENTER Use the number buttons to directly select a radio frequency (page 45) or the tracks on a CD. 4:43 PM . EFFECT +/– buttons (page 35) Adds or subtracts the amount of effect with different advanced listening modes (except 5 or 6 Ch Stereo and Virtual SB). DISPLAY/DISC (ENTER) The button’s use depends on the component selected. The display flashes when it isn’t possible to use a function. 29 En XRB3013A. Also use this button to set up surround sound (pages 38.EDIT/GUIDE 7 +10 8 0 DTV INFO MPX/RETURN 5 6 7 8 ¶ BAND 7 CLASS 3 DTV ON/OFF 8 DTV MENU 1 TOP MENU ¡ AUDIO 4 SUB TITLE ¢ ANGLE REMOTE SETUP STANDARD ADV.12. CH SELECT (page 44) Selects a speaker when setting up the surround sound of the receiver. Receiver Controls Press the RCV button first to access the functions above the number buttons. LEVEL +/– (page 44) Adjusts the levels of the surround sound of the receiver. 3 RCV Switches the remote to controls the receiver (used to select the features above the number buttons. DVD. 44). DIMMER). TEST TONE (page 44) Sounds the test tone when setting up the surround sound of the receiver. (ex. 2 MULTI CONTROL buttons Press to select control of other components (see Controlling the Rest of Your System on pages 49–52).ACCESS T. enter commands for TV or DTV.31 29 01. STEREO INPUT SEL. FL DIMMER Dims or brightens the display. It can be used to switch the display between the station preset name and the frequency for the tuner.12. and can also be used to select a disc in a multiCD player. DVD TV VCR CD-R MULTI CONTROL RCV CD TUN TVC 1 TEST TONE 2 INPUT ATT 3 FL DIMMER 4 CH SELECT 5 LEVEL 6 9 EFFECT DISPLAY DISC ENTER D. INPUT ATT. INPUT ATT Attenuates (lowers) the level of an analog input signal to prevent distortion (when the overload indicator lights).26. etc.

AUDIO Changes the audio language or channel. TOP MENU Displays the disc ‘top’ menu of a DVD. Also displays the guides on a digital TV.12. DTV MENU Displays menus on a digital TV. CLASS (page 46–47) Switches between the three banks (classes) of radio station presets. DTV ON/OFF Switches a digital TV on/off. 6 DVD controls (Press DVD first to access) These controls will also function as DTV controls. EDIT/GUIDE (page 46–47) Press to memorize and name a station for recall using the STATION +/– buttons. 35) Switches direct playback on or off. Direct playback bypasses the tone controls and channel levels for the most accurate reproduction of a source. 8 RECEIVER CONTROL buttons STANDARD (pages 32. (pages 33.31 30 01.26. 30 En XRB3013A. 4:43 PM .12. you can access a radio station directly using the number buttons. DTV INFO Use to bring up information screens on a digital TV. etc. 34) Press to switch between the various Dolby/ DTS modes ADV.) are used to control a component after you have selected it using the MULTI CONTROL buttons. 37. depending on the component you’ve selected.04 Controls and Displays 5 Component/Tuner controls The main buttons (3. BAND (page 45) Switches between the tuner AM and FM bands. ANGLE Switches camera angles on discs with multi-angle scenes. T. INPUT SELECT Use to select the input source. MPX/RETURN (page 45) Switches between stereo and mono reception of FM broadcasts. 48) Use to select between an input signal. 7. Also acts as a stop button for CDs. 35) Use to switch between the various surround modes. ACCESS (page 49) After pressing. tapes. 7 REMOTE SETUP (pages 49–52) Press this button to set up the remote control to control other components. SURR. SUBTITLE Displays/changes the subtitles included in multilingual DVD-Video discs. The tuner/ DTV controls above these buttons can be accessed after you have selected the corresponding MULTI CONTROL button (TUNER or DVD (when connected to DTV)). D. SIGNAL SELECT (pages 34. STEREO (pages 32. or DVDs. If the signal is weak then switching to mono will improve the sound quality.

DVDs.Controls and Displays 04 MIDNIGHT/LOUDNESS (page 36) Switches to Midnight or Loudness listening. TV Use to turn on/off the power of the TV. It also displays TV and DTV menus. Also used to control DVD menus/options and for deck 1 of a double cassette deck player. 13 CHANNEL +/– Select radio station presets.12. Also skip tracks backward or forward on CDs. 10 LED DISPLAY This display flashes when a command is sent from the remote control. 11 RECEIVER This switches between standby and on for this receiver. 14 MASTER VOLUME +/– Use to set the listening volume. 12 }]‘’ (TUNE/ST +/–) /ENTER Use the arrow buttons when setting up your surround sound system (see pages 38–43). etc. 15 MENU button Displays the disc menu of DVD-Video discs. 9 TV control buttons These buttons can only be used to control your TV.26. TV VOLUME +/– Use to adjust the volume on your TV.12. MUTE Mutes the sound (or restores the sound if it has been muted).31 31 01. 31 En XRB3013A. Use the TUNE +/– buttons to find radio frequencies and use ST +/– to find preset stations (page 45–47). TV INPUT Use select the TV function. 4:43 PM .

For more on this. The channel separation and movement of surround effects is comparable to Dolby Digital 5.12. or the Tone controls when DIRECT is selected. Standard mode The standard mode can be used to decode Dolby Digital. Most Dolby 1 or Surround software is marked 3. ambient surround and center sound. Standard or Advanced Surround. DTS. The other surround sound options (next column) can add multi-channel sound to regular stereo sources. you will hear the source through just the front left and right speakers (and possibly your subwoofer depending on your speaker settings). It is suitable for movies. The Neo:6 Cinema mode delivers good channel separation for movie soundtracks. 4:44 PM . especially those recorded in Dolby Surround. The Neo:6 Music mode plays the stereo source as is through the front left/right speakers. you will bypass all effects and surround settings so that the audio remains as close to the source audio signal as possible. or Dolby Surround sources. but unmarked software may also incorporate Dolby Surround.1 channel surround sound and is suitable for movies. the 6. You can identify Dolby Digital software by the marks. In STEREO.37 32 01. Loudness.1 channel surround sound and is suitable for music. Pro Logic II Music This mode gives 5. Dolby Digital and DTS multichannel sources are downmixed to stereo. Neo:6 Cinema (VSX-D811S only) This mode gives 6. and generates a natural. and the sound mode you have selected. you’ll hear the audio with your surround settings and you can still use the Midnight. Loudness. Neo:6 Music (VSX-D811S only) This mode gives 6. Choose one of the following to add depth to a 2 channel source: Pro Logic Stereo/Direct When you select STEREO or DIRECT. The surround effect is more enveloping than Pro Logic II Movie. Depending on the source. so may be useful when Pro Logic II Movie/ Music modes don’t give good results. and Tone control functions. the receiver automatically switches to STEREO. If you switch on Midnight listening. It is less sensitive to the quality of the source material. refer to the table on the next page.1 channel setting (page 40).1 channel surround sound. 32 En XRB3013A. Pro Logic II Movie This mode gives 5.32. With DIRECT.05 Playing sources Introduction to Sound Modes There are three basic sound options: Stereo/ Direct.12. you may not get sound from the surround back speakers in your setup. This mode gives 4.1 channel surround sound.1 channel surround sound and is suitable for music.1.

32. and lets you hear twochannel (stereo) signals as simulated multichannel surround sound. 5-Channel Stereo (VSX-D711) This can be selected to give multi-channel sound to a stereo source. Try different settings with various soundtracks to see which you like. Stereo Type of source 6. setting Auto Fix Auto Fix Auto Fix Auto Fix DTS-ES/Dolby Digital Matrix encoded multi-channel sources with 6. Stereo sources Analog 2-channel (stereo) source √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ • The checkmark (√) indicates when sound will be output from the surround back speaker(s).37 33 01. Depending on the source. and is suitable for watching movies. Virtual Surround Back (VIRTL SB) The Virtual Surround Back effect simulates 7. refer to the table below. and the sound mode you have selected. Expanded This mode is especially designed to give sound depth to stereo sources.1 ch.1 channel setting on page 40 to select between AUTO or FIX. 6-Channel Stereo (VSX-D811S) This can be selected to give multi-channel sound to a stereo source. 4:44 PM . Music Simulates the acoustic environment of a large concert hall and is suitable for music or musical sources. 33 En XRB3013A.1 channel setting (page 40). For more on this. giving the impression that there are two surround back speakers in your system when listening to a 5.1 surround Dolby Digital/DTS encoded multi-channel sources with stereo surround Dolby Digital/DTS encoded multi-channel sources with mono surround.1 surround channel listening. the 6. Standard Advanced Virtual SB Expanded Movie/Music 6 Ch. You can also use with Dolby Digital sources for a wider stereo field than the Standard modes.1 channel source. using all of the speakers in your setup. you may not get sound from the surround back speakers in your setup. Movie Simulates the relaxed environment of a movie theater.12. but some modes are also suited for music sources. using all of the speakers in your setup. Most Advanced Surround modes are designed to be used with film soundtracks. Use with Dolby Pro Logic for a stereo surround effect. • See the 6.12.Playing sources 05 Advanced Surround modes These are designed to be used with multichannel surround sound audio/visual sources (like DVDs and LDs).

SURR. 34 En XRB3013A.1 ch/DVD 7. 1 TOP MENU ¡ AUDIO 4 SUB TITLE ¢ ANGLE REMOTE SETUP STANDARD ADV. 2 Select the source you want to playback.1ch (VSX-D711) and DVD 7. 3 Press STANDARD. For more details. PCM (32kHz.ACCESS T. DTS. or Dolby Surround encoded.37 34 01. 2 DIGITAL lights when a Dolby Digital signal is input. DVD 5. SIGNAL SEL MIDNIGHT/ LOUDNESS MUTE DVD TV VCR CD-R RECEIVER CONTROL MULTI CONTROL TUNE ST RCV CD TUN TVC S ETU P ENTER ST 1 TEST TONE 2 INPUT ATT 3 FL DIMMER 4 TUNE CH SELECT 5 LEVEL 6 9 EFFECT DISPLAY DISC ENTER D. To prevent noise.1ch. • You may get digital noise when a LD or CD player compatible with DTS is playing an analog signal.32.ACCESS ¶ BAND 7 CLASS 3 DTV ON/OFF 8 DTV MENU 1 TOP MENU ¡ AUDIO 4 SUB TITLE ¢ ANGLE RECEIVER REMOTE SETUP STANDARD ADV. 44kHz. 4:44 PM . • This receiver can only play back Dolby Digital.EDIT/GUIDE 7 CHANNEL +10 8 0 DTV INFO MPX/RETURN ¶ BAND 7 CLASS 3 DTV ON/OFF 8 DTV MENU • Press SIGNAL SEL (SIGNAL SELECT) to select the input signal corresponding to the source component. the proper decoding format will automatically be selected and shows in the display. make the proper digital connections (page 14) and set the signal input to DIGITAL.05 Playing sources Choosing the input signal You need to hook up a component to both analog and digital inputs on the rear of the receiver to select between input signals. Each press switches between AUTO.SURR. SIGNAL SEL MIDNIGHT/ LOUDNESS MUTE RECEIVER CONTROL TUNE ST S ETU P ENTER ST TUNE CHANNEL 1 Switch on the playback component.12. With other digital signal formats.12. SOURCE RECEIVER DVD TV VCR CD-R MULTI CONTROL RCV CD TUN TVC 1 TEST TONE 2 INPUT ATT 3 FL DIMMER 4 CH SELECT 5 LEVEL 6 9 EFFECT DISPLAY DISC ENTER T. refer to the instruction manual supplied with your DVD player. and DTS lights when a DTS signal is input. 48kHz. ANALOG and DIGITAL. DVD 5. If the source is Dolby Digital. • Some DVD players don’t output DTS signals. and 96 kHz) and DTS digital signal formats. STEREO INPUT SEL. STEREO INPUT SEL. Use the MULTI CONTROL buttons on the remote (or MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial on the front panel). set to ANALOG.1ch (VSXD811S) will only appear when DVD/LD is selected using the remote or the MULTI JOG/ INPUT SELECTOR dial on the front panel. When set to DIGITAL. The default is AUTO.EDIT/GUIDE 7 +10 8 0 Listening to multi-channel playback SOURCE DTV INFO MPX/RETURN D.

4:44 PM .Playing sources 05 If you are listening to a two channel source. Pro Logic II Music NEO:6 Cinema* Movie 5-Stereo*/ 6-Stereo** * VSX-D711 ** VSX-D811S Music Virtual SB Expanded Using Stereo/Direct When you select STEREO or DIRECT. • Press STEREO (STEREO/DIRECT on the front panel) repeatedly to switch between the two options. each press changes the display as follows: Using Advanced Surround When you select one of the Advanced surround options. you will hear the source through just the front left and right speakers (and possibly your subwoofer depending on your speaker settings). (ADVANCED SURROUND) repeatedly to cycle the sound options. Each press changes the display as follows: Pro Logic II Movie Pro Logic NEO:6 Music* * VSX-D811S only Refer to page 32 for more details about each mode. 4 Start playback of the component you selected in step 1. See page 32 for more on these modes. • Press ADV. or the Tone controls when DIRECT is selected.37 35 01.12. Loudness.12. The Standard mode cannot be changed.SURR. Dolby Pro Logic. The effect level can be set for each Advanced surround mode. If you switch on Midnight listening. The Advanced surround effects can be adjusted in the range of 10 to 90 (the default setting is 70) by pressing RCV then pressing EFFECT +/– . the receiver automatically switches to STEREO. Refer to page 33 for more details about each surround effect. Use Advanced surround to add effects to the surround sound.32. 35 En XRB3013A. Dolby Digital and DTS decoding is done automatically corresponding to the input signal. Dolby Digital and DTS multichannel sources are downmixed to stereo.

32. SIGNAL SEL MIDNIGHT/ LOUDNESS MUTE Using the tone controls Depending on what you are listening to.05 Playing sources Using Loudness and Midnight listening The Loudness listening feature can be used to get good bass and treble from music sources at low volume levels. The Midnight listening feature allows you to hear effective surround sound of movies at low volume levels.37 36 01. Playing other sources SOURCE RECEIVER DVD TV VCR CD-R MULTI CONTROL RCV CD TUN TVC 1 TEST TONE 2 INPUT ATT 3 FL DIMMER 4 CH SELECT 5 LEVEL 6 9 EFFECT DISPLAY DISC ENTER D. Each press switches between BASS and TREBLE. Wait about five seconds for your changes to be input automatically. RECEIVER CONTROL TUNE ST S ETU P ENTER ST TUNE CHANNEL AUDIO/VIDEO MULTI-CHANNEL RECEIVER N∫m-Û≥.. 1 Turn on the power of the playback component.SURR. 2 Turn on the power of the receiver.12. MULTI JOG INPUT SELECTOR ENTER MASTER VOLUME SPEAKERS MONITOR TONE QUICK SETUP DOWN UP MULTI JOG VIDEO INPUT S-VIDEO VIDEO L AUDIO R 3 Select the source you want to playback. R 4 Start playback of the component you selected in step 1. you may want to adjust the bass or treble using the front panel tone control. Use the MULTI CONTROL buttons on the remote (or MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial on the front panel). Each press cycles through the effects as follows: 2 Use the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial to change the amount of bass or treble as necessary. STEREO INPUT SEL.12. The effect automatically adjusts according to the volume at which you’re listening. 4:44 PM . 1 Press TONE to select the frequency you want to adjust.ACCESS T. • Press MIDNIGHT/LOUDNESS. 36 En XRB3013A.EDIT/GUIDE Midnight Off Loudness ¶ BAND 7 +10 8 0 DTV INFO MPX/RETURN 7 CLASS 3 DTV ON/OFF 8 DTV MENU 1 TOP MENU ¡ AUDIO 4 SUB TITLE ¢ ANGLE REMOTE SETUP STANDARD ADV.

Playing sources

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Selecting the multi-channel analog inputs
If you have connected a decoder or a DVD player with multi-channel analog outputs to this receiver (page 17), you must select the analog multi-channel inputs for surround sound playback.

• When playback from the multi-channel inputs is selected, only the volume and channel levels can be set.

SOURCE

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TV

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INPUT ATT

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ENTER

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1 Press DVD or select it with the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial (front panel). 2 Press SIGNAL SEL (SIGNAL SELECT) repeatedly to select DVD 5.1ch/DVD 7.1ch. To cancel playback from the multi-channel inputs, use the SIGNAL SEL (SIGNAL SELECT) button to select a different input signal.

• When playback from the multi-channel inputs is selected, you can’t use the INPUT ATT, TONE, and MIDNIGHT/LOUDNESS buttons, as well as the Standard, Advanced Surround, and Stereo/Direct sound modes.

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Setting up the receiver

Choosing your receiver setup
To ensure the best possible surround sound, be sure to complete the following set up operations. This is particularly important when using Dolby surround. You only need to make these settings once (unless you change the placement of your current speaker system or add new speakers, etc.). Refer to the following pages for details on each of the settings.

3 Use } or ] to choose the option you want to adjust. It will be easiest to adjust each of the settings in turn, following the order below (and on the following pages). The current setting is shown for each option as you cycle through the display. Speaker setting (page 39) Specify the number and type of speakers you have connected. Surround back speaker setting (VSXD811S only) (page 40) Specify your surround back speaker/ surround back subwoofer setup. 6.1 channel setting (VSX-D811S only) (page 40) Set when 6.1 channel decoding is used. Subwoofer setting (page 40) Specify how the subwoofer is used. Crossover frequency setting (page 40) Determine which frequencies will be sent to the subwoofer (or large speakers). LFE attenuator setting (page 41) Specify the peak level for the LFE channel. Front speaker distance setting (page 41) Specify the distance from your listening position to your front speakers. Center speaker distance setting (page 41) Specifies the distance from your listening position to your center speaker. Surround speaker distance setting (page 41) Specify the distance from your listening position to your surround speakers. Surround back speaker distance setting (VSX-D811S only) (page 42) Specifies the distance from your listening position to your surround back speakers.

If you are using the Pioneer S-FCRW220 speaker system, you’ll have to set the Crossover frequency to 200kHz. You can leave the Speaker setting and the Subwoofer setting in the default settings.

SOURCE

RECEIVER

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TV

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TEST TONE

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INPUT ATT

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FL DIMMER

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1 Press RECEIVER to turn the power on. The STANDBY indicator goes out. 2 Press RCV.

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Dynamic range control setting (page 42) Compress the dynamic range of the sound track. Dual mono setting (page 42) Isolate one channel when listening to discs with dual mono encoding. Component video input setting (page 42) Specify the components to be assigned to the component video inputs (below). • Component video 1 input setting • Component video 2 input setting Surround back channel input setting (VSX-D811S only) (page 43) Specify the number of surround back inputs you have connected. Digital input settings (page 43) Specify the components to be assigned to the video and digital inputs (below). • Coaxial digital input 1 setting • Coaxial digital input 2 setting • Optical digital input 1 setting • Optical digital input 2 setting (VSX-D811S only) 4 Use ’ or ‘ to adjust the setting. The setting is entered automatically. 5 Repeat steps 3 and 4 to set other surround modes. 6 When you’re done, press ENTER to exit.

Speaker setting
• Default setting: S (all speakers) You must let the receiver know how many speakers you have, and how big they are. The size you choose (large or small) determines how much bass is sent from the receiver to the speakers. In the display, F, C, and S refer to front, center, and surround speakers respectively. Speaker size is denoted as L for large speakers, S for small speakers, and (asterisk) if no speaker is connected.

• If the cone size (diameter) of the speaker is larger than 5 inches, set the speaker size to L. • If you’re not using a subwoofer, we recommend setting the front speakers to L. • Cycle through the available choices using ’ or ‘ and choose a configuration that matches your speaker setup. One of the following configurations should match your setup:

FS-CS-SS FL-C -SS FL-C -SL FL-CS-S FS-CS-S FS-C -SS FL-CL-SL FL-CL-SS FL-CL-S

The setting display is automatically exited after 20 seconds of inactivity.

FL-CS-SS FL-CS-SL

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6. SB or SB SUBWF. SUBWF ON is automatically set and locked. you can send these sounds to the subwoofer (or if you don’t have a subwoofer. Crossover frequency setting • Default setting: 100 Hz Crossover frequency is the point where the receiver divides the high and low sounds (the frequencies) between the speakers. Choose the point at which you want the frequency routed to the subwoofer (or L speakers). 40 En XRB3013A.1 FIX You can have the receiver automatically switch to Dolby Digital or DTS-ES decoding for 6. Subwoofer setting • Default setting: ON You can choose whether the subwoofer is used or not. • Refer to the table on page 33 to see how the 6. 4:46 PM . Choose (asterisk) if no speaker is connected.1 FIX or 6.12. a surround back channel will be generated.1 encoded sources. and how big they are. 5. With 5. you will get the bass sounds from the subwoofer even if the front speakers are set to L.38. Since most smaller speakers can’t handle deep bass tones.1 format for which it was originally encoded.1 channel setting (VSX-D811S only) • Default setting: 6.1 channel setting affects sound output from the surround back speakers. • If you chose SB in Surround back speaker setting (above). • When you select the plus setting. SB S. 100Hz 150Hz 200Hz 100 Hz Sends bass frequencies below 100 Hz to the subwoofer (or L speakers). The size you choose (large or small) determines how much bass is sent from the receiver to the speakers. PLS or OFF. the large (L) speakers in your system) instead of the speakers set to small (S) in your setup. or you can choose to listen to other kinds of sources (for example.1 encoded sources (6. • Use ’ or ‘ to specify the crossover frequency for your small speakers (100 Hz.06 Setting up the receiver Surround back speaker setting (VSX-D811S only) • Default setting: S You must let the receiver know if surround back speaker(s) have been connected. If you have connected a surround back subwoofer. • Use ’ or ‘ to select 6. you should select the surround back subwoofer setting (SB SUBWF) from the options.12. Use the plus (PLS) setting for extra bass.1 encoded material) with 6. • If you chose the small front speaker setting.1 channel setting and shows in the display. • Use ’ or ‘ to select SB L.44 40 01. We recommend setting this to 200 Hz if your S speakers are smaller bookshelf-type speakers.1 AUTO.1 encoding (6. you can’t set the 6. • Use ’ or ‘ to select subwoofer ON.1 AUTO). but the material may sound better in the 5. 150 Hz or 200 Hz).1 FIX).

200 Hz Sends bass frequencies below 200 Hz to the subwoofer (or L speakers). 4:46 PM . ( LFE attenuator setting • Default setting: 0 dB Dolby Digital and DTS audio sources include ultra-low bass tones. This means that the sound from the center speaker will be heard before the front speakers. the surround speaker distance can’t be set. the crossover frequency can’t be set because there are no S speakers appears in the display).44 41 01. you should set the distance of the surround speakers accurately to hear sounds coming from both front and surround speakers at the same time. Set the LFE attenuator as necessary to prevent the ultra-low bass tones from distorting the sound from the speakers.12. 0 dB 10 dB ) ∞ (displays When ∞ is selected ( appears in the display). Center speaker distance setting • Default setting: 10 ft. • Use ’ or ‘ to set the distance of the center speaker from the main listening position (within a 30 foot range). Sets the distance from the front speakers to the listening position. set the center speaker distance setting to delay the sound from the center speaker so that the sound from the front and center speakers will be heard at the same time. To prevent this.12. • Use ’ or ‘ to set the distance of the front speakers from the main listening position (within a 30 foot range). 10 dB or dB(∞)). 41 En XRB3013A. • Use ’ or ‘ to set the distance of the surround speakers from the main listening position (within a 30 foot range). The center speaker is normally placed directly in the front of the listening room and closer to the listening position than the front speakers.Setting up the receiver 06 150 Hz Sends bass frequencies below 150 Hz to the subwoofer (or L speakers). When S is selected in the speaker setting. the center speaker distance can’t be set. Front speaker distance setting • Default setting: 10 ft. center. If all speakers (front. LFE is not available. • Use ’ or ‘ to set the attenuation level (0 dB. When C is selected in the speaker setting. and surround) are set to L. Surround speaker distance setting • Default setting: 10 ft. Like the center speaker.38.

06 Setting up the receiver Surround back speaker distance setting (VSX-D811S only) • Default setting: 10 ft. Component video 1: • Default settings: DVD 1 Use ’ or ‘ to assign the component video 1 input (DVD. or MID). • When listening at low volumes. Like the center speaker. you will hear the channel you have selected (either ch1 or ch2) through your center speaker.12. Dual mono setting • Default setting: ch1 The dual mono setting can only be used when listening to Dolby Digital discs with dual mono encoding. so that low level sounds can be heard more easily (sounding relatively louder) yet louder sounds won’t be too overbearing. 4:46 PM . MAX. you can compress the dynamic range. TV. These discs are not widely used. • Dynamic range control is effective only when a Dolby Digital signal is being played back. Dynamic range control setting • Default setting: OFF Dynamic range is the difference between the loudest and softest sounds in any given signal. but are sometimes used when it is necessary to have one language on one channel and a different language on the other. • Use ’ or ‘ to set the distance of the surround speakers from the main listening position (within a 30 foot range). With this setting you can choose which channel in the dual mono setting you want to listen to. With Dolby Digital mode off.R ch 2 ch2 ch1 Component video input settings Here you tell the receiver what components you have hooked up to the component video jacks on the back of the receiver. • When the volume level is increased. the left front speaker will play channel 1 and the right front speaker will play channel 2. • Use ’ or ‘ to cycle through the possible dual mono settings. you will hear the channel you have selected through both front speakers. With this setting. Component video 2: • Default setting: TV 2 Use ’ or ‘ to assign the component video 2 input (DVD. L ch 1. VCR or OFF). or if you don’t have a center speaker. 42 En XRB3013A. In the L ch 1. VCR or OFF). If Dolby Digital mode is switched on. set to OFF.12. • Press ’ or ‘ to set the dynamic range control (OFF.44 42 01. When SB is selected in the surround speaker setting. TV. set to MAX for maximum dynamic range compression.38. the surround back speaker distance can’t be set. R ch 2 setting. you should set the distance of the surround speakers accurately to hear sounds coming from both front and surround speakers at the same time.

12. 43 En XRB3013A. If this is the case. and the component has only one surround back channel output. CD. select SB 1ch IN. After you assign a component to a digital jack. VCR or OFF). Optical digital input settings Here you tell the receiver what components you have hooked up to the optical DIGITAL IN jack(s) on the back of the receiver. CD-R. (for example. VCR or OFF).44 43 01. CD. otherwise leave it set to SB 2ch IN. CD. CD-R. VCR or OFF). TV. 4:46 PM . TV.12. Coaxial digital 2: • Default setting: CD 2 Use ’ or ‘ to assign the coaxial digital 2 input (DVD.38. • Use ’ or ‘ to select SB 2ch IN or SB 1ch IN. CD. whenever you select that component. CD-R. VCR or OFF).Setting up the receiver 06 Surround back channel input setting (VSX-D811S only) • Default setting: SB 2ch IN You only have to make this setting if you are using a seperate component for decoding DVDs. 2 Use ’ or ‘ to assign the optical digital 2 input (DVD. whenever you select that component. Coaxial digital 1: • Default settings: DVD/LD 1 Use ’ or ‘ to assign the coaxial digital 1 input (DVD. a DVD player) the receiver automatically changes to the digital input setting and DIGITAL shows in the display. a DVD player) the receiver automatically changes to the digital input setting and DIGITAL shows in the display. Optical digital 1: • Default settings: TV/SAT 1 Use ’ or ‘ to assign the optical digital 1 input (DVD. TV. Optical digital 2 (VSX-D811S only): • Default setting: CDR/TAPE/MD Coaxial digital input settings Here you tell the receiver what components you have hooked up to the coaxial DIGITAL IN jacks 1 and 2 on the back of the receiver. CD-R. (for example. After you assign a component to a digital jack. TV.

3 Press MASTER VOLUME +/– to adjust the volume to an appropriate level.ACCESS T.12.SURR. The test tone is output in the following order (depending on the speaker setting): 7 CLASS 3 DTV ON/OFF 8 DTV MENU 1 TOP MENU ¡ AUDIO 4 SUB TITLE ¢ ANGLE REMOTE SETUP STANDARD ADV. The speaker volume can be adjusted without outputting the test tone by pressing CH SELECT and then using LEVEL +/–.EDIT/GUIDE 7 +10 8 0 DTV INFO MPX/RETURN 2 Press TEST TONE to output the test tone. 1 Press RCV. press TEST TONE to turn off the test tone. 44 En XRB3013A.to adjust the speaker levels in turn.06 Setting up the receiver Setting the relative volume level of each channel • Default setting: 0db For best surround sound playback. 5 When you’re done. • Since the subwoofer transmits an ultralow frequency its sound may seem quieter than it actually is. ¶ BAND SOURCE RECEIVER DVD TV VCR CD-R MULTI CONTROL RCV CD TUN TVC 1 TEST TONE 2 INPUT ATT 3 FL DIMMER 4 CH SELECT 5 LEVEL 6 9 EFFECT DISPLAY DISC ENTER D. The channel level range is ± 10 dB. STEREO INPUT SEL. you should set the relative channel levels from the main listening position.12.38. please refer to Speaker setting on page 39 to make sure you have correctly specified your speaker setup. You should hear the test tone at the same volume from each speaker when seated in the main listening position. You can set seperate levels for each surround mode. SIGNAL SEL MIDNIGHT/ LOUDNESS MUTE RECEIVER CONTROL TUNE FL SW *VSX-D811S only C SL FR SR SB* ST S ETU P ENTER ST TUNE CHANNEL MENU TV VOL TV INPUT MASTER VOLUME TV TV CONTROL AV PRE-PROGRAMMED REMOTE CONTROL UNIT If you don’t hear a test tone from one of your speakers.44 44 01. • Test tone is only output in Standard modes. 4 Use LEVEL +/. 4:46 PM .

Each press switches the band between FM and AM. Repeat to search for other stations. Release the button at the frequency you want. press 1. SOURCE RECEIVER DVD TV VCR CD-R Improving FM stereo sound If the TUNED or STEREO indicators don't light when tuning to an FM station because the signal is weak. if necessary. press TUNE +/–. 0. 3 Press D. for about a second. MULTI CONTROL RCV CD TUN TVC 1 TEST TONE 2 INPUT ATT 3 FL DIMMER 4 CH SELECT 5 LEVEL 6 9 EFFECT DISPLAY DISC ENTER D.45. 2 Use the BAND button to change the band (FM or AM). 45 En XRB3013A. 2 Use the BAND button to change the band (FM or AM). This should improve the sound quality and allow you to enjoy the broadcast. stopping when it has found one. You can also use the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial on the front panel.00 (FM).48 45 01. see Tuning directly to a station below. you'll already know the frequency of the station you want to listen to. 6. 3 Tune to a station. There are three ways to do this: Automatic tuning To search for stations in the currently selected band. High speed tuning Press and hold TUNE +/– for high speed tuning.EDIT/GUIDE 7 +10 8 0 DTV INFO MPX/RETURN ¶ BAND 7 CLASS 3 DTV ON/OFF 8 DTV MENU 1 TOP MENU ¡ AUDIO 4 SUB TITLE ¢ ANGLE REMOTE SETUP STANDARD ADV. Each press switches the band between FM and AM. 4:48 PM .12. 1 Press the TUN button on the remote control to select the tuner. 0. RECEIVER CONTROL TUNE ST S ETU P ENTER ST TUNE CHANNEL 1 Press the TUN button on the remote control to select the tuner. The receiver will start searching for the next station. press and hold TUNE +/– 4 Use the number buttons to enter the frequency of the radio station.SURR. to tune to 106. If you already know the frequency of the station you want.Using the tuner 07 Listening to the radio The following steps show you how to tune in to FM and AM radio broadcasts using the automatic (search) and manual (step) tuning functions. you can simply enter the frequency directly using the number buttons on the remote control. Manual tuning To change the frequency one step at a time. Once you are tuned to a station you can memorize the frequency for recall later—see Saving station presets on the next page for more on how to do this. if necessary.12. STEREO INPUT SEL. You can also use the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial on the front panel. For example. press the MPX(/RETURN) button to switch the receiver into mono reception mode. 0.ACCESS (Direct Access). SIGNAL SEL MIDNIGHT/ LOUDNESS MUTE Tuning directly to a station Sometimes.ACCESS T. In this case.

2 Press T. it's convenient to have the receiver store the frequency for easy recall whenever you want to listen to that station. SIGNAL SEL MIDNIGHT/ LOUDNESS MUTE RECEIVER CONTROL TUNE ST S ETU P ENTER ST TUNE CHANNEL AUDIO/VIDEO MULTI-CHANNEL RECEIVER N∫m-Û≥. or classes.SURR.ACCESS T. press D.07 Using the tuner STEREO TUNED SP A SOURCE FM 106. 4:48 PM . ¶ BAND 7 CLASS 3 DTV ON/OFF 8 DTV MENU 1 TOP MENU ¡ AUDIO 4 SUB TITLE ¢ ANGLE REMOTE SETUP STANDARD ADV. the preset class and number stop blinking and the receiver stores the station.EDIT (TUNER EDIT). 46 En XRB3013A. See Listening to the radio (previous page) for more on this.ACCESS twice to cancel the frequency and start over. stored in three banks.50 STATION TUNING STANDARD ADVANCED SURROUND STEREO/ DIRECT SIGNAL SELECT MIDNIGHT/ LOUDNESS SPEAKERS MONITOR TONE QUICK SETUP LISTENING MODE VIDEO INPUT MULTI JOG TUNER EDIT CLASS BAND MPX INPUT ATT FL DIMMER MULTI JOG S-VIDEO VIDEO L AUDIO R 3 Press CLASS to select one of the three classes then press ST +/– (STATION +/–) to select the station preset you want.EDIT/GUIDE 7 +10 8 0 DTV INFO MPX/RETURN Saving station presets If you often listen to a particular radio station. then a blinking memory class.48 46 01. The display shows ST. RCV CD TUN TVC 1 TEST TONE 2 INPUT ATT 3 FL DIMMER 4 CH SELECT 5 LEVEL 6 9 EFFECT DISPLAY DISC ENTER D. (A. the MPX setting (see previous page) is also stored.45. You can also use the the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial (front panel) to select a station preset. This saves the effort of manually tuning in each time. STEREO TUNED SP A MULTI JOG INPUT SELECTOR ENTER MASTER VOLUME SIGNAL SELECT MIDNIGHT/ LOUDNESS SPEAKERS MONITOR TONE QUICK SETUP DOWN UP MULTI JOG VIDEO INPUT DIGITAL IN S-VIDEO VIDEO L AUDIO R R A- 99. When saving an FM frequency. 1 Tune to a station you want to memorize. 4 Press ENTER. STEREO INPUT SEL. Use the front panel controls to store station presets. This unit can memorize up to 30 stations.12. B and C) of 10 stations each..00 RECEIVER DVD TV VCR CD-R MULTI CONTROL If you make a mistake halfway through.12. MEMORY. After pressing ENTER.

If no character is input. then a blinking cursor at the first character position. • Press ENTER to confirm a character. you can name your station presets. See Listening to station presets (this page) for how to do this. 3 Input the name you want. a space is input. Listening to station presets Having stored up to 30 stations (see previous page). 2 Press CLASS to select the class in which the station is stored. the station memories will be lost and will have to be reprogrammed. • If the receiver is left disconnected from the AC power outlet for an extended period.Using the tuner 07 Naming station presets For easier identification. 47 En XRB3013A. Press repeatedly to cycle through classes A. Once you have named a station preset.buttons (remote) to select characters. The display shows ST. • The name is stored when ENTER is pressed after choosing the fourth character. preset stations can be easily recalled.12.45. you can press DISPLAY when listening to a station to switch the display between the name and the frequency. 2 Press T. 3 Press ST +/– (STATION +/–) to select the station preset you want.EDIT (TUNER EDIT). simply repeat steps 1-3 and input four spaces instead of a name. • Use the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial (front panel) or the ST +/. 1 Press TUN (remote) or use the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial on the front panel to select the tuner. 4:48 PM .48 47 01. Names can be up to four characters long.12. To erase a station name. 1 Choose the station preset you want to name. NAME. B and C.

Keep in mind you can’t make a digital recording from an analog source or vice-versa. you also need use the same type of connection for the source as for the recorder.48 48 01. Tune to the radio station. loudness). 48 En XRB3013A. into the recording device and set the recording levels. load the CD. DVD etc. Press SIGNAL SEL (SIGNAL SELECT) to select the input signal corresponding to the source component (see page 34 for more on this). then start playback of the source component.08 Making Recordings Making an audio or a video recording You can make an audio or a video recording from the built-in tuner.ACCESS T. • Press the MONITOR button to switch between the recorded signal and the original source signal. video etc. Refer to the instructions that came with the recorder if you are unsure how to do this. automatically—check the component’s instruction manual if you’re unsure. video. 3 Prepare the source you want to record. 5 Start recording. tone (bass. SIGNAL SEL MIDNIGHT/ LOUDNESS MUTE RECEIVER CONTROL TUNE ST S ETU P ENTER ST TUNE CHANNEL The receiver's volume.12. Insert a blank tape. or from an audio or video source connected to the receiver (such as a CD player or TV). so make sure the components you are recording to/from are hooked up in the same way (see pages 13– 19 for more on connections). SOURCE RECEIVER DVD TV VCR CD-R MULTI CONTROL RCV CD TUN TVC 1 TEST TONE 2 INPUT ATT 3 FL DIMMER 4 CH SELECT 5 LEVEL 6 9 EFFECT DISPLAY DISC ENTER D.SURR.EDIT/GUIDE 7 +10 8 0 DTV INFO MPX/RETURN ¶ BAND 7 CLASS 3 DTV ON/OFF 8 DTV MENU 1 TOP MENU ¡ AUDIO 4 SUB TITLE ¢ ANGLE REMOTE SETUP STANDARD ADV. MD. For example.12. balance. 2 Select the input signal (if necessary). Use the MULTI CONTROL buttons on the remote (or MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial on the front panel). 4 Prepare the recorder. If you want to record a video source.45. 1 Select the source you want to record. treble. Most video recorders set the audio recording level Monitoring your recording You can listen to (monitor) the recording as it's being made using the MONITOR button on the front panel (a cassette deck would have to have a record monitor function). 4:48 PM . and surround effects have no effect on the recorded signal. STEREO INPUT SEL. you can’t record a component hooked up to S-video jacks with a recorder hooked up to the component video outputs (see page 18 for more on video connections).

If you can’t find a preset code that matches the component you want to control. 3 Use the number buttons to enter the 4 digit preset code (see pages 56–67) The LED blinks for half a second after you input each digit and shows a long.49. If the LED blinks three times it means an invalid code has been input or an error has occurred. you can still teach the remote individual commands from another remote control (page 50).Controlling the rest of your system 09 Setting the remote to control other components There are several ways to set your remote to control the other components in your system. two second blink once you have entered a valid code. 49 En XRB3013A. 2 Press the MULTI CONTROL button for the component you want to control. You can cancel or exit any of the steps by pressing and holding MUTE for three seconds.SURR. The buttons can be set to control the following components: Selecting preset codes directly SOURCE RECEIVER DVD TV VCR CD-R MULTI CONTROL RCV CD TUN TVC 1 TEST TONE 2 INPUT ATT 3 FL DIMMER 4 CH SELECT 5 LEVEL 6 9 EFFECT DISPLAY DISC ENTER D. • If you assign a preset code for the TUNER button. you won’t be able to control the built-in tuner of this receiver using the remote.EDIT/GUIDE 7 +10 8 0 DTV INFO MPX/RETURN ¶ 7 CLASS 3 DTV ON/OFF 8 DTV MENU Button Controllable Components DVD: TV: VCR: CD: CD-R: TVC: TUN: DVD or LD player TV or Satellite tuner VCR or Digital Video Recorder CD player CD Recorder. STEREO INPUT SEL. Tape deck or MD player TV or Cable TV tuner FM/AM tuner BAND 1 TOP MENU ¡ AUDIO 4 SUB TITLE ¢ ANGLE REMOTE SETUP STANDARD ADV. or by searching through different preset codes until you find the right one. Reset the remote to the built-in tuner by entering the preset code 7008. The easiest way to do this is to assign the component’s manufacturer preset code (listed on pages 56–67) to one of the MULTI CONTROL buttons on the remote control.12. 4:48 PM . SIGNAL SEL MIDNIGHT/ LOUDNESS MUTE RECEIVER CONTROL TUNE ST S ETU P ENTER ST TUNE CHANNEL You can do this directly. The LED lights steadily for two seconds. 4 Repeat steps 1 through 3 for the other components you want to control.12.67 49 01. 1 Press and hold REMOTE SETUP for three seconds.ACCESS T.

To exit or cancel press and hold the REMOTE SETUP key for three seconds.SURR.12. when you see the component you want to control respond (by turning on or off). 7. you can program signals from the remote control of another component. STEREO INPUT SEL.09 Controlling the rest of your system Searching for preset codes Another way of entering preset codes is to use the search feature. The remote transmits batches of 10 codes. or the available preset codes do not operate correctly. VCR. 5 Switch the component back on or restart playback. This can also be used to program additional operations (buttons not covered in the presets) after assigning a preset code.ACCESS T. SIGNAL SEL MIDNIGHT/ LOUDNESS MUTE RECEIVER CONTROL TUNE ST S ETU P ENTER ST TUNE CHANNEL 1 Switch on the component you want to control. SOURCE RECEIVER DVD TV VCR CD-R MULTI CONTROL RCV CD TUN TVC 1 TEST TONE 2 INPUT ATT 3 FL DIMMER 4 CH SELECT 5 LEVEL 6 9 EFFECT DISPLAY DISC ENTER D. A batch of 10 codes is transmitted and the LED blinks during transmission. 3 Press the MULTI CONTROL button for the component you want to control. You can also verify you have the correct code by adjusting the volume. The LED lights steadily to indicate the remote is ready accept a signal.). pressing 3. etc. 1 TOP MENU ¡ AUDIO 4 SUB TITLE ¢ ANGLE REMOTE SETUP STANDARD ADV. you just scan through the last 10 codes until you find the right one.49. otherwise repeat this step. 1 Press REMOTE SETUP and hold for three seconds. The LED lights steadily for two seconds. 4:48 PM . Stop when you see the component stop or switch off. start it playing. 6 Use ’ and ‘ to scan through the last 10 codes transmitted to identify the correct code. etc. go to the next step. 7 Press and hold ENTER for three seconds to save the preset code. 2 Press and hold REMOTE SETUP for three seconds. 3 Prepare the remote to learn the remote control signal from the component.EDIT/GUIDE 7 +10 8 0 DTV INFO MPX/RETURN ¶ BAND 7 CLASS 3 DTV ON/OFF 8 DTV MENU Programming signals from other remote controls (VSX-D811S only) If the preset code for your component is not available.D. by stopping or switching off.67 50 01. 50 En XRB3013A.12. If the component responds. The LED lights steadily for two seconds. Press and hold the RECEIVER button for two seconds. 4 Press and hold REMOTE SETUP for three seconds. The LCD display on the remote shows the I. 2 Press the MULTI CONTROL button for the component you want to control. If the component is some kind of player (CD player.

etc. but in most cases the remotes just need to be moved closer together or farther apart. • Some commands from other remote controls cannot be learned. If for some reason the operation hasn’t been learned the LED will blink for three seconds and then light steadily. To program operations for another component exit and repeat steps 1 through 5. To program additional operations for the current component repeat steps 4 and 5.67 51 01. RECEIVER CONTROL and MASTER VOLUME buttons. TEST TONE SIGNAL SELECT • TV CONTROL buttons (TV . TV VOL +/-. Press the RECEIVER button twice quickly. If the operation has been learned successfully.ACCESS 4 MULTI CONTROL VCR TUN SETUP 3 ST CHANNEL CH LEVEL TVFUNC 5. the LED on this receiver’s remote will go out and then light steadily.2 inches DTV ON/OFF Erasing one of the remote control button settings (VSX-D811S only) This erases one of the buttons you have programmed and restores the button to the factory default.). 4:49 PM . The LED lights steadily for two seconds. 3 Prepare the remote to erase the button setting. • Certain buttons represent operations that cannot be learned from other remote controls.). 7.Controlling the rest of your system 09 4 Point the two remote controls towards each other about 1-2 inches apart then press the button that will be doing the learning on this receiver’s remote control (for example 3.49. The LED lights steadily for two seconds. MASTER VOLUME AV PRE-PROGRAMMED AND LEARNING REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RECEIVER ENTER CD-R DISC TVC ATT 1 . Clearing all the remote control settings You can clear all presets and restore the factory default settings. The LED blinks to indicate the remote is ready to erase the button setting. 4 Press and hold the button to be erased for three seconds. 1 Press REMOTE SETUP and hold for three seconds. The LED flashes rapidly. REMOTE SETUP and the MULTI CONTROL. DTV MENU FUNCTION GUIDE ¢ MUTING 8 3 6 EFFECT 9 D. 1 Press REMOTE SETUP and hold for three seconds. and TV INPUT) can only be learned after selecting TV or TVC. 6 Press and hold the REMOTE SETUP button for three seconds to store the operation(s). etc. 5 Repeat step 4 to erase other buttons.1 / 7.1 ENTER MENU 2 5 8 0 MPX/RETURN FL DIMMER TV SOURCE MIDNIGHT CH SELECT LOUDNESS DTV INFO 1 2 /DTS BAND 5 Press the corresponding button on the other remote control that is sending (teaching) the signal to this receiver’s remote control (for example 3. 2 Press the MULTI CONTROL button relating to the button setting to be erased.12. until you see the the LED light steadily. ¶ VOLUME DVD RCV 4 1 7 10 ST TV CONTROL TUNE CLASS ¡ DSP TUNE CD TV 7 6 Press and hold the REMOTE SETUP button for two seconds to exit. 7. 51 En XRB3013A. keep pressing the (teaching) button as you vary the distance between the two remotes. These include: RECEIVER .12. If this happens. The LED lights steadily for three seconds and then goes off.

3 Press and hold ENTER for two seconds.49. 2 Press the MULTI CONTROL button for the component you want to control. use the remote control to set up and listen to a CD on the receiver and then use the remote control to rewind a tape in your VCR while you continue to listen to your CD player.12. When you turn direct function off.) Confirming preset codes Use this feature to check which preset code is assigned to a MULTI CONTROL button. then you made a mistake with the code—try re-entering it. The LED lights steadily for two seconds. This could let you. etc.12. for example.09 Controlling the rest of your system 2 Press any MULTI CONTROL button then use the number buttons to enter 0123. any component you select (using the MULTI CONTROL buttons ) will be selected by both the receiver and the remote control. for example 1329. using your receiver to playback a different component. 1 Press REMOTE SETUP and hold for three seconds. (“0” is represented by 10 blinks) Direct function • Default setting: ON You can use the direct function feature to control one component using the remote control while at the same time. Each preset code consists of four digits. The LED will light for two seconds to indicate that it’s been correctly set.67 52 01. When direct function is on. 2 Press the MULTI CONTROL button of the component for which you want to check the preset code. 3 Use the number buttons to enter either 9990 (direct on) or 9995 (direct off). 52 En XRB3013A. The LED lights steadily for two seconds. (If the LED blinks three times. 1 Press REMOTE SETUP and hold for three seconds. Each digit will be represented by a series of blinks on the remote’s LED—3 blinks to represent the digit “3”. then there was a mistake with the code—repeat steps 1-4. (If the LED blinks three times. you can operate the remote control without affecting the receiver. The LED lights for two seconds to indicate that the settings have been restored to the factory presets.) You can’t use direct function for TV INPUT. 4:49 PM .

53 En XRB3013A. Button (s) TV Function Switches the DTV on or off. Use as the GUIDE button for navigating Press to get information on DTV programs.67 53 01.12. Adjust the TV volume. Switches DTV on or off. +10 button Use to add a decimal point when selecting a specific TV channel. Use the MULTI CONTROL buttons to select the component. Press to switch the component assigned to the TVC button on or off. ENTER/ DISPLAY/ DISC Use to enter a channel. Selects between screen formats for widescreen TVs.) Selects channels. Components DTV Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV TV Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV/ DTV Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV/ DTV DTV DTV DTV DTV DTV DTV DTV DTV DTV TV Cable TV/TV DTV DTV Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV/ DTV DTV Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV TOP MENU Use to choose the BLUE commands on a DTV menu. AUDIO SUB TITLE ANGLE ¡ 1 3 7 Number Buttons Use to choose the GREEN commands on a DTV menu. Use to select a specific TV channel. Use to clear a TV channel selected using the number buttons. Use to choose the RED commands on a DTV menu. Press to display the DTV menu. TV INPUT CHANNEL +/– TV VOL +/– SOURCE 4 ¢ 8 ¶ Switches the TV input.49.Controlling the rest of your system 09 Controls for TVs This remote control can control components after entering the proper codes or teaching the receiver the commands (see pages 56–67). (Not possible with all models. Use to switch DTV audio tracks Use to select closed captioning with DTV.12. 4:49 PM . Use to choose the YELLOW commands on a DTV menu. Switches the TV or CATV between standby and on.

The four TV CONTROL buttons on the remote control are dedicated to control the TV assigned to the TVC button. ENTER ENTER brings up the DTV menus. CD/MD/CD-R/DVD/LD player VCR/DVR Cassette deck CD/MD/CD-R/LD player VCR Cassette deck CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/ DVR player/Cassette deck CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/ DVR player/Cassette deck ¢ Press to advance to the start of the next track. Components DTV Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV DTV Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV/ DTV }]’‘ & Select or adjust and navigate items on the menu screen.49. Play the forward side of the tape on a reversible deck. Controls for other components This remote control can control these components after entering the proper codes or teaching the receiver the commands (see pages 56–67). Thus if you only have one TV to hook up to this system assign it to the TVC MULTI CONTROL button. Button (s) SOURCE 4 Function Components Press to switch the component between standby and on. assign the main TV to the TVC button. EFFECT +/– For TV and cable TV use this button to immediately enter Cable TV/Satellite TV/TV/ a new channel (CHANNEL ENTER function). Press to select or adjust and navigate items on the menu screen. Play the reverse side of the tape on a reversible deck. Use the MULTI CONTROL buttons to select the component. Start playback.67 54 01. Repeated presses skips to the start of following tracks. 54 En XRB3013A. If you have two TVs.09 Controlling the rest of your system Button (s) MENU Function Select different menus from the DTV functions. CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/ DVR player/Cassette deck Press to return to the start of the current track. Go forward channels (channel +). 8 3 Pause playback or recording. For satellite DTV TV use this button to exit the menu screen.12. Select the menu screen.12. 5:24 PM . Go back channels (channel –). Repeated presses skips to the start of previous tracks.

Controlling the rest of your system 09 Button (s) ¡ 1 7 ¶ Function Hold down for fast forward playback. press +10 then 3 to select track 13. (For example. +/– Selects tracks. }]’‘ & Navigates DVD menu/options. Directly access tracks on a program source. AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE Changes the audio language or channel.67 55 01. TOP MENU Displays the disc ‘top’ menu of a DVD.12.12. (DISPLAY/ Ejects the disc. DVD/DVR Player 55 En XRB3013A.49. Starts playback. To prevent accidental recording. 4:49 PM . Hold down for fast reverse playback. Displays/changes the subtitles on multilingual DVDs. Stops the tape. Displays the setup screen for DVD/DVR players. Stops playback (on some models. Use the number buttons to navigate the on-screen display. pressing this when the disc is already stopped will cause the disc tray to open). Pauses the tape. MENU ’ ‘ ENTER }/] Displays menus concerning the current DVD or DVR you are using. Components CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/ DVR player/Cassette deck CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/ DVR player/Cassette deck CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/ DVR player/Cassette deck VCR/DVR player Number buttons CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/LD player DVD/DVR player CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/LD player Multiple CD player MD player VCR DVD/DVR player LD player DVD/DVR player CD-R/Cassette deck CD-R/Cassette deck CD-R/Cassette deck CD-R/Cassette deck DVD/DVR Player VCR/DVD/DVR Player CD/MD/CD-R/Cassette deck DVD/DVR Player DVD/DVR Player DVD/DVR Player +10 button Selects tracks higher than 10. DISC) Use as the ENTER button. this button must be pressed twice to take effect (the second press must be within 10 seconds of the first). Starts recording. ENTER CHANNEL Selects channels. Switches camera angles on discs with multi-angle scenes. Changes sides of the LD. Fast rewinds/fast forwards the tape.) ENTER Chooses the disc.

1026. 1075. 1089 1006 1063. 1013. 1025. 1017. 1079. 1119 1017. 1006. 1075. 1039. 1042. 1071. 1078 1006. 1104 1013. 1112 1080 1006. 1050. 1034.67 56 01. 1075. 1026 1013 1016 1025. 1019. 1017. So. 1050 1017 1079 1080 1090 1086 1079 1090 1095 1064 1046. 1115 1102 1011 1009. 1068. 1031. 1103. 1092. 1067. 1115 1008. 1104. 1053. the TV codes can only be set to the TV or TVC button. 1087. 1046. 4:49 PM .09 Controlling the rest of your system Preset Code List You can only set these codes for the buttons that assigned to the respective components. 1086. 1066. 1118 1036. 1083. 1055. 1103 1095 1004. 1016. 1080. 1064. 1112 1017. 1017. 1124 1015. 1011. 1026. 1097 1006 XRB3013A. 1098. 1104. 1121. 1075. 1103. 1114. 1092 1066. 1046. 1046. 1079 1036 1080 1073 1017. 1095. 1019.12. 1041. 1056. 1011. 1108 1061 1064 AMPLIVISION AMPRO AMSTRAD ANITECH AOC ARCAM ASBERG ASUKA ATLANTIC AUDIOSONIC AUDIOVOX AUTOVOX BANG & OLUFSEN BASIC LINE BAYSONIC BAUR BEKO BELCOR BELL & HOWELL BEON BINATONE BLUE SKY BLUE STAR BONDSTEC BOOTS BPL BSR BRADFORD BRANDT BRITANNIA BROCKWOOD BROKSONIC BTC BUSH CANDLE CARNIVALE CARREFOUR CARVER CASCADE CATHAY CENTURY CENTURION CELEBRITY CCE CGE CIMLINE 1079 1126 1006. 1036. 1070. 1115 1041. 1110 . 1017. 1068. 1114 1002. 1065. 1054. 1040. 1087. 1027. 1036 1011. 1052. 1045. 1080 1064 1007. 1017 1016. 1085 1005. 1029. 1017. 1016. 1118. 1017. 1082. 1063. 1019. 1065. 1108 1054. 1095. 1017. 1069. 1030. 1028. 1017. 1027. 1089. 1079 1040 1013. 1097 1016. 1084. 1062. 1080. 1075. 1112 1014. 1099. 1073 1116 1006. 1049. 1020. 1071. TV Manufacturer PHILIPS SONY PANASONIC TOSHIBA TELEFUNKEN SHARP SAMSUNG FERGUSON MITSUBISHI GOLDSTAR BLAUPUNKT RADIOLA JVC DAEWOO ORION SIEMENS ADMIRAL ADYSON AIKO AKAI AKURA ACURA ALARON ALBA ALLORGAN ANAM ANAM NATIONAL AMBASSADOR AMERICA ACTION TV TVC 56 En Code 1008. 1038. 1105 1006. 1016. 1013. 1076. 1046 1040. 1122 1006. 1064. 1124 1006. 1016. 1055. 1102 1005. 1103. for example. 1041. 1087. 1026. 1072 1078 1011 1083. 1115 1001.12. 1029. 1074 1080. 1054. 1016 1023. 1058 1006 1017 1075 1017 1001 1017 1034. 1050. 1062. 1011.49. 1007. 1024. 1038. 1017. 1079. 1062. 1051. 1091 1011. 1033. 1090. 1013 1078. 1110.

1080 DANSAI 1017 DAYTRON 1006. 1063. 1063. 1090. 1021. 1032 . 1081. 1020. 1075 GENEXXA 1055. 1055. 1074.49. 1106 CRYSTAL 1109 CS ELECTRONICS 1078 CTC 1086 CURTIS MATHES 1009. 1064. 1110. 1064. 1114 CONCERTO 1026 CONDOR 1098. 1086. 1027. 1017. 1031. 1044 FISHER 1050. 1036. 1023. 1079. 1016. 1073 1059. 1102 CONTEC 1006. 1098 ELTA 1006 EMERSON 1011. 1070. 1034. 1079. 1019. 1032. 1086. 1011. 1048. 1058 GRANDIN 1090 GRUNDIG 1031. 1032. 1080 HISAWA 1090. 1089. 1127 ECE 1017 ELBE 1088 ELECTROBAND 1001 ELIN 1017 ELITE 1080. 1103. 1102. 1089. 1098 HARLEY DAVIDSON 1063 HARVARD 1029. 1047. 1131 GEC 1017. 1114 INTERVISION 1017. 1038. 1104 HYPSON 1017. 1062. 1074. 1119 ENVISION 1013 ERRES 1008. 1026. 1072. 1018. 1019. 1017. 1029. 1046. 1075 CROWN 1006. 1038. 1063. 1129. 1057. 1032 DE GRAAF 1074 DENON 1047 DIXI 1006. 1090. 1079. 1017 ETRON 1006. 1102 CME 1007. 1064 HARMAN/KARDON 1025 HCM 1006. 1075. 1100 GRADIENTE 1024. 1020. 1043 1079. 1089. 1080 GIBRALTER 1010. 1044. 1011. 1102. 1079 GELOSO 1006. 1055. 1086. 1096 FUTURETECH 1064 GE 1012. 1041. 1112. 1023. 1041. 1129. 1120 EXPERT 1073 FIDELITY 1078 FINLANDIA 1074 FINLUX 1017. 1098 FORTRESS 1041 FRONTECH FUJITSU FUNAI 1055. 1115 GRUNPY 1063. 1105 HINARI 1006. 1070. 1016. 1095. 1026. 1131 CYBERTRON 1080 CXC 1064 DAINICHI 1077. 1083. 1069. 1089. 1061. 1036. 1025. 1110 CITIZEN 1013. 1040 CLARIVOX 1017 CLATRONIC 1036. 1026. 1062. 1078 CONTINENTAL EDISON 1069. 1096. 1031 DWIN 1125. 1102 FLINT 1111 FORMENTI 1017. 1118. 1018.Controlling the rest of your system 09 CINERAL 1040. 1079. 1097 HUANYU 1078. 1064. 1068. 4:49 PM .12. 1103 ICES 1080 IMPERIAL 1034. 1113. 1027. 1015. 1090. 1064. 1013 GOODMANS 1016. 1066. 1072 CRAIG 1054 CROSLEY 1025. 1036. 1047. 1064 HALLMARK 1062 HANSEATIC 1017.67 57 01. 1019.12. 1106 INDIANA 1017 INFINITY 1025 INGELEN 1055 INNO HIT 1032 INNOVA 1017 INTEQ 1010 INTERBUY 1029 INTERFUNK 1017. 1072. 1111 HITACHI 1014. 1075. 1050. 1104 GORENJE 1102 GPM 1080 GRAETZ 1055 GRANADA 1017. 1050. 1017. 1022. 1026. 1086. 1090 ICE 1079. 1089 ISUKAI 1080 ITS 1103 ITT 1055 57 En XRB3013A. 1013. 1011 DECCA 1017. 1016. 1022. 1032. 1109 1032. 1110. 1019. 1017 DUAL TEC 1079 DUMONT 1010.

1087 1041. 1064 1017. 1011. 1013. 1025.49. 1019. 1032. 1094 1036 1041 1011.12. 1089. 1062 1011. 1084. 1087. 1017 1011. 1086. 1072 1075. 1089 1069. 1032. 1043. 1019. 1013. 1080. 1034. 1078 1055. 1025 1017 1006. 1087 1007. 1013. 1093. 1090. 1091 1040 1055. 4:49 PM . 1079. 1015. 1080. 1052 1007. 1022. 1032. 1078. 1115 1102. 1091. 1017. 1046. 1015. 1043. 1017. 1049. 1019. 1016. 1026. 1079. 1098 1013. 1017. 1115 1017. 1089. 1089 1013.09 Controlling the rest of your system JBL JCB KAISUI KAMP KAPSCH KAWASHO KEC KENDO KNEISSEL KENWOOD KINGSLEY KONIG KORPEL KOYODA KTV LEYCO LG LIESENK&TTER LLOYTRON LOEWE LOGIK LUMA LUXMAN LXI M ELECTRONIC MAGNAVOX MAGNADYNE MAGNAFON MAJESTIC MANESTH MARANTZ MARK MATSUI MATSUSHITA MCMICHAEL MEDIATOR MEGATRON MEMOREX METZ MGA MIDLAND MINERVA MINOKA MINUTZ MIVAR MOTION MOTOROLA MTC 58 En MULTITECH 1025 1001 1006. 1079. 1013 1078 1114 1017 1006 1013. 1057. 1079. 1114 1007. 1040. 1063 1043. 1089. 1062. 1027. 1017 1047. 1109 1062. 1032. 1086 1036. 1114 1006. 1106 1079. 1078. 1017. 1075. 1069. 1025. 1027. 1038. 1058 1017. 1112 1008. 1019 1011. 1086. 1075. 1043. 1050. 1062 1006. 1070. 1066. 1066. 1026. 1017. 1070. 1019. 1114 1009 1073 1026 1022. 1112 1075 1011. 1026. 1062 1036. 1115 1105 1012 1078. 1131 1098 1078 1014 1011. 1075 1009 1079. 1055. 1062 1006. 1009. 1012. 1025. 1079. 1051. 1056 1014. 1043 1046. 1115 1016 1017 XRB3013A. 1023 1031. 1106. 1064. 1104 1013. 1071. 1062. 1077 1064 1050. 1078 NAD NEC NECKERMANN NEI NETSAT NICAMAGIC NIKKAI NIKKO NOBLIKO NORDMENDE NTC OCEANIC ONWA OPTIMUS OPTONICA OSAKI OSO OSUME OTTO OTTO VERSAND PALLADIUM PANAMA PATHE MARCONI PATHE CINEMA PAUSA PENNEY PERDIO PHAPSODY PHASE PHILCO PHONOLA PILOT PORTLAND PRISM PROFEX PROLINE PROSOCAN PROTECH PROTON PULSAR PYE QUASAR QUELLE QUESTA R-LINE 1051. 1098. 1044. 1103 1087 1020 1008. 1080. 1097. 1092. 1013. 1095 1026 1017 1014 1035. 1114. 1105 1080 1014. 1113 1010. 1078. 1017. 1036. 1013. 1109 1017 1078 1014. 1032. 1075. 1022. 1056. 1013.67 58 01. 1095. 1079. 1051. 1037 1099 1022 1006. 1057. 1038. 1047. 1017. 1040 1023 1006. 1023. 1016. 1073 1078 1064 1017 1088 1011. 1016. 1036. 1031. 1026. 1062 1010. 1034. 1029.12. 1074. 1050. 1078. 1089. 1016. 1075. 1049. 1011 1008 1023. 1098 1006 1003. 1075.

1074. 1044. 1032. 1020. 1026. 1130. 1095. 1100 1008. 1075. 1065. 1039. 1017 1055. 1013. 1075. 1013. 1080. 1095 1009 1016 1017 1017 1014. 1131. 1027. 1041. 4:49 PM 59 En XRB3013A. 1087 VIDEOSAT 1086 VIDEOTECHNIC 1079 VIDIKRON 1025 VIDTECH 1011. 1064 SOUNDWAVE SQUAREVIEW STANDARD STARLITE STERN SUNKAI SUPERTECH SUPREME SUSUMU SYLVANIA SYMPHONIC SYSLINE TANDY TASHIKO TEC TECHNEMA TECHNICS TECHNOL ACE TECHWOOD TEKNIKA 1017. 1055. 1070. 1106 1010. 1075 1043. 1121 1063 1023. 1020 1017. 1072. 1106 1059 1006. 1062. 1061. 1063 WEGA 1016 01. 1046. 1017. 1013.Controlling the rest of your system 09 RANK ARENA RBM RCA REALISTIC REX REVOX ROADSTAR RUNCO SABA SACCS SAISHO SALORA SAMBERS SAMPO SAMSUX SANDRA SANSEI SANSUI SANYO SBR SCHNEIDER SCIMITSU SCOTCH SCOTT SEARS SEG SEI SEI-SINUDYNE SELECO SEMIVOX SEMP SENTRA SHOGUN SHORAI SSS SIAREM SINDYNE SIGNATURE SILVER SKY SKY-WORTH SOLAVOX SONITRON SONOKO SONOLOR SONTEC SOUNDESIGN 1016 1031 1011.49. 1080 1064 1055. 1079 UHER 1073. 1087. 1064 TELEAVIA 1072 TELEMEISTER 1098 TELETECH 1006 TELETON 1016. 1075.12. 1073. 1086 1098 1023. 1052. 1048. 1019. 1050. 1069. 1083 1022. 1128. 1022. 1079. 1073.12. 1070. 1059. 1079. 1079. 1056. 1056. 1011. 1080 1016. 1025. 1079 1079. 1132 1011. 1026. 1129. 1032. 1095 1007 1055. 1072. 1099 1078 1001 1080 1013. 1091 THORN 1015. 1098 WATT RADIO 1043 WARDS 1009. 1063. 1050. 1109 1055 1036. 1026 1009. 1040. 1026. 1034. 1063. 1062. 1051. 1063. 1067. 1019. 1114 TMK 1026. 1080 THOMSON 1046. 1017. 1016. 1050. 1049.67 59 . 1098 TEXET 1078. 1074. 1012. 1091 1084 1006. 1075. 1088 1095. 1019 1019 1078 1110 1112 1016. 1069. 1096. 1089. 1080. 1117 1035. 1055. 1018. 1025 1059 1017 1032. 1079 TENSAI 1080. 1102 VECTOR RESEARCH 1013 VESTEL 1017 VICTOR 1016. 1023. 1088 1064 1051 1015 1011 1095 1011. 1086. 1077 1017 1062. 1073. 1063 1016. 1089. 1032. 1073. 1025. 1062. 1096. 1064 1043. 1089. 1041. 1088. 1089 1043. 1024. 1098 ULTRA 1067 ULTRAVOX 1043 UNIVERSUM 1017. 1026. 1064. 1011. 1053. 1062. 1038. 1089 1017 1006. 1064 1055. 1062 VISION 1098 VOXSON 1055 WALTHAM 1079 WATSON 1017. 1103 1011 1062 1011. 1062 TOMASHI 1090 TOTEVISION 1019 TRIUMPH 1085 TUTUNG 1017. 1075 1013. 1055 1074 1006. 1043. 1036. 1025.

12. 5046 JVC 5011 KENWOOD 5003. 5021. 1057. 1098. 5060 DKK 5001 DUAL 5031 DYNAMIC BASS 5025 EMERSON 5038 EROICA 5053. 1112. 1055. 5205 5202 5202 5210 5203. 5017. 5040. 5022 CURTIS MATHES 5004 CYRUS 5021 DENON 5002. 5062 KRELL 5021 LINN 5021 LUXMAN 5036 LXI 5038 MAGNAVOX 5021. 5051 NSM 5021 01. 5038 GOLDSTAR 5043. 5009. 4:49 PM . 5029.5202. 5032 ANAM 5041 ARCAM 5021 AUDIOLAB 5021 AUDIOMECA 5021 AUDIO TON 5021 BESTAR 5022 BURMESTER 5045 CALIFORNIA AUDIO LABS 5004 CARVER 5021. 1091. 1118.12. 5216 5218 5215 5202 5223 5201. 5020 MTC 5045 NAD 5001 NAIM 5021 NIKKO 5024. 5020. 5207. 1124 CD PLAYER CD CD-R MD PLAYER Manufacturer SONY KENWOOD SHARP ONKYO ORION DENON PIONEER Code 5401 5402. 1040. 1112 PIONEER 1018. 1119 YAMAHA 1011. 1078. 5208 5214 DVD 60 En XRB3013A. 5046 CONDOR 5018.09 Controlling the rest of your system WHITE WESTINGHOUSE 1017.67 60 Manufacturer Code AIWA 5016. 5025 GARRARD 5044. 5045 GENEXXA 5005. 5056.49. 1109 ZANUSSI 1073 ZENITH 1009. 1013 YOKO 1017. 5206. 5008. 1060. 5057. 1010. 5023 HITACHI 5005 INKEL 5015. 1123. 5025. 5051 GRUNDIG 5021 HARMAN/KARDON 5021.5407 5403 5404 5406 5405 5408 CD-R CD LD PLAYER Manufacturer AKAI BBK CYRUS DENON DISCO VISION FUNAI HITACHI HONG DENG IDALL KEBAO MARANTZ MITSUBISHI NAD PANASONIC PHILIPS RADIOLA ROWA SALORA SEGA SHARP SHINCO SMC SONY SUPER TELEFUNKEN TOSHIBA PIONEER Code 5222 5224 5207 5202 5201 5217 5201 5213 5219 5215 5203. 5041. 1046. 1079. 5026 MATSUI 5021 MCS 5004 MEMOREX 5022 MERIDIAN 5021 MICROMEGA 5021 MISSION 5021 MITSUBISHI 5014. 5006. 1107. 5038 MARANTZ 5004. 1101. 5026. 5209 5207 5212 5203 5201 5221 5211 5220 5204. 5021 AKAI 5014. 5054 FANTASIA 5051 FISHER 5024.

5027. 5045 5021 5021. 6008. DVD TAPE DECK Manufacturer ADC AIWA AKAI ANAM ARCAM CARVER DENON DUAL CD-R CD DVD PLAYER Manufacturer TOSHIBA SONY PANASONIC KENWOOD JVC SAMSUNG AKAI HARMAN/KARDON Code 5302 5306 5301. 5026. 6025 6013 6034 6029 6002 6002 6008. 6007. 5059 5001.12. 6011. 6018 6015. 6022. 6033 6038 6023 6002 6027. 5318 5313 5316 5314 Code 6013 6002. 5013. 5058 5015. 5025. 6016 6035 6005 6002. 5039 5018 5038 5038 5008. 5038 5025. 6030 6001 6006. 5026. 5010. 6014 6003 6027. 5045. 5019. 5035.67 61 01. 6028 6005. 5005. 5021 5005. 5034. 5037 5045 5021. 5042. 5048. 6030. 5031 5001.12. 5044. 5025. 5038. 5026. 5050 5019 5045 5024. 5038 5025. 6017. 6039 6037 61 En XRB3013A.Controlling the rest of your system 09 ONKYO OPTIMUS ORION PANASONIC PARASOUND PHILIPS PMG POPPY PROTON QED QUAD QUASAR RCA REALISTIC REVOX ROTEL SAE SANSUI SANYO SCHNEIDER SCOTT SEARS SHARP SHERWOOD SONY SOUDESIGN TASCAM TEAC TECHNICS THORENS TOSHIBA UNIVERSUM YAMAHA YORX VICTOR WARDS PIONEER 5012. 4:49 PM . 5052. 5322 5307 5311. 6026. 6019 6001. 5055 5022 5022 5021 5021 5021 5004. 6032 6001. 6024. 5046. 5008.49. 5026. 5033. 6019. 6009 6016 6020 6035 6029 6010. 5030. 5045 5004. 6004. 6009 6021. 5028 5047 5011 5010. 5037 5021 5049 5021 5007. 5045 5021 5021. 6031 6003. 6021 6023 6002 6028 6040 6002 6038 6002 6028 6019 6036 6012. 5063 DYNAMIC BASS EROICA FISHER GARRARD GOLDSTAR GRUNDIG HARMON/KARDON INKEL JVC KENWOOD KYOCERA LOTTE LUXMAN MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MEMOREX MITSUBISHI NAKAMICHI NIKKO OLYMPUS ONKYO OPTIMUS PANASONIC PHILIPS RCA RENAISSANCE REVOX SAMSUNG SANSUI SANYO SHARP SONIC SONY TEAC TECHNICS THORENS VICTOR WARDS YAMAHA PIONEER 6028 6041 6028 6036 6036 6002 6002. 5048 5061 5004. 5038.

7042 7003. 7034.12. 7018. 7029 7050 7004. 7034. 7063. 5312. 8203 STARCOM 8201 SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA 8202 RECEIVERS Manufacturer ADC AIWA AKAI ANAM ARCAM AUDIOLAB CAPETRONIC CARVER CURTIS DAEWOO DENON DUAL TUN 62 En Code 7042 7012. 7059 7004. 7048. 7059 7009.49. 7035 7010 7027 7033 7018. 7055. 4:49 PM . 7065 7019. 7065 7018. 7059 7032. 7055 7028 7042 7017 7038 7049 7015. 7055. 7054.12. 7025. 7044. 7041. 7056. 7045. 7051 7038. 7042. 7046 7017. 7061. 7036.67 62 01. 7059 7020 7004 7037 7018. 7059 XRB3013A. 7059 7008 7032 7001. 7066 7037. 7059 7038 7004 7006. 7046 7018. 7057. 5308 5302. 7051. 8006 MISC AUDIO Manufacturer Code JERROLD 8201. 7031. 7048 7059 7042 7055. 5315 5305. 7040 7009 7007. 7055. 7017. 7064 7011.09 Controlling the rest of your system MAGNAVOX MITSUBISHI ONKYO PROSCAN RCA SHARP THETA DIGITAL TECHNICS THOMSON YAMAHA PHILIPS ZENITH PIONEER 5302 5303 5302. 7039 7021 7030. 7042 7043 7018 7027 7042 7027 7010 7027. 5319 5304 5304 5320 5312 5301 5310 5301. 7024. 7041 7018. 7053. 5321 5322 TUN EROICA FANTASIA FERGUSON FINE ARTS FISHER GARRARD GOLDSTAR GOODMANS GP AUDIO GRUNDIG HARMAN/KARDON INKEL JBL JVC KENWOOD LOTTE LUXMAN MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MCINTOSH MCS MCSILVER MICROMEGE NIKKO OPTIMUS ONKYO PALLADIUM PANASONIC PHILIPS TUN AMPLIFIER Manufacturer AUDIOLAB DENON GRUNDIG MARANTZ MICROMEGA PHILIPS PIONEER REVOX TANDBERG THORENS YAMAHA Code 8005 8002 8005 8005 8005 8005 8004 8005 8003 8005 8001. 7023. 7052 7013. 7035 7004. 7027 7010. 7042. 7030. 7055. 5317. 7049. 5309 5302. 7062. 7058 7040 PHONOTREND QUASAR RCA RENAISSANCE REVOX ROADSTAR SABA SAISHO SAMSUNG SANSUI SANYO SCHNEIDER SHARP SHERWOOD SOUNDESIGN SONY TAE KWANG TEAC TECHNICS TELEFUNKEN THORENS 7005 7037 7042 7059 7028 7032. 7060 7034 7010. 7062. 7024. 7037. 7026.

2035. 2054. 2035. 2012. 2074. 2034. 2050. 2013. 2064. 2037 FRONTECH 2011 FUJI 2015 63 En XRB3013A. 2052. 2065 BRANDT ELECTRONIC 2021 BROKSONIC 2002. 2067. 2046. 2009.49. 2042. 2063. 2043 DENON 2022 DUAL 2021 DUMONT 2001. 2075 2015. 2059. 2035 2057 2017 2017 BAIRD 2001. 2082. 7042. 2005. 2059. 2014. 4:49 PM . 2054. 2083 ESC 2057. 2059. 2073 2002. 2070. 7014. 2078 BUSH 2034. 2080 2003. 2034. 2078. 2015 2008. 2065 2003. 2059 FIDELITY 2001 FINLANDIA 2035. 2021. 2025. 2014. 2034. 2054. 7052 VCR VCR Manufacturer PHILIPS PANASONIC THOMSON SONY JVC GRUNDIG AKAI HITACHI TOSHIBA MITSUBISHI SHARP ORION SANYO FERGUSON BLAUPUNKT NOKIA ADMIRAL ADVENTURA AIKO AIWA AKIBA ALBA AMBASSADOR AMERICA ACTION AMERICAN HIGH AMSTRAD ANAM ANAM NATIONAL ANITECH ASA ASHA ASUKA AUDIOVOX Code 2015.12. 2078 2025. 2075 2025. 2026. 7008 7016. 2023. 2035. 2037 DYNATECH 2001 ELBE 2018 ELCATECH 2034 ELECTROHOME 2017 ELECTROPHONIC 2017 EMEREX 2012 EMERSON 2001. 2017. 2074. 2049. 2037 FIRSTLINE 2017. 2037. 2072 2034 2011. 2069. 2022. 2068 2017. 2059 BEAUMARK 2057 BELL & HOWELL 2037 BRANDT 2047. 2034. 2010. 2056. 2052. 2034.67 63 01. 2074 2001. 2072. 2035. 2033. 2045 2027. 2037. 2039. 2032. 2059 CURTIS MATHES 2015. 7047. 2048. 2087 2021. 2024. 7017 7002. 2057. 2048. 2064. 2017. 2004.12. 2059 CGE 2001 CIMLINE 2034 CINERAL 2059 CITIZEN 2017. 2002. 2063 2001. 2083 DANSAI 2034 DAYTRON 2011 DECCA 2001. 7006. 2042. 2029. 2053. 2041. 2052. 2040. 2010. 2033. 2057 2027. 2021. 2054. 2024. 2016. 2059. 2070. 2059. 2075 2021. 2027. 2046. 2005. 2057 2021. 2087 2034 2017. 2052. 2062. 2039 BASIC LINE 2011. 2037 FINLUX 2001. 2046. 2042 CYBERNEX 2057 CYRUS 2035 DAEWOO 2011. 2038. 2055. 2072 CALIX 2017 CANON 2015 CAPEHART 2011 CARVER 2035 CATRON 2011 CCE 2034. 2060. 2023. 2052 2001 2059 2001. 2059. 7050 7007 7002. 2055. 2035. 2058 CROWN 2011. 7008. 7022. 2059 CLATRONIC 2011 COLT 2034 COMBITECH 2072 CONDOR 2011 CRAIG 2017. 2038. 2021. 2052. 2022. 2074 2023. 2050. 2042. 2052 FISHER 2025. 2035 DE GRAAF 2022. 7050. 2037. 2004. 2026. 2040. 2064. 2023. 2024.Controlling the rest of your system 09 UHER VICTOR WARDS YAMAHA PIONEER 7027. 2084 2042. 2026. 2051. 2030. 2043. 2036. 2072 2011 2059 2015 2001. 7042. 2007. 2054. 2057 2021. 2034. 2035. 2057. 2021. 2071.

2027. 2034 MARANTZ 2003. 2025. 2032. 2051 LOEWE 2004. 2025. 2015. 2027. 2042. 2069 MGA 2023. 2017. 2037. 2020. 2059. 2037 GRADIENTE 2001. 2078 PHONOLA 2035 PILOT 2017 PORTLAND 2011 PROFEX 2066 PROFITRONIC 2057 PROLINE 2001 PROSCAN 2032 64 En XRB3013A. 2077. 2038. 2034 MURPHY 2001 NAD 2031 NATIONAL 2054 NEC 2018.67 64 01.09 Controlling the rest of your system FUNAI 2001 GARRARD 2001 GE 2015. 2054 OPTIMUS 2017. 2057 MULTITECH 2001. 2057. 2074 ITV 2017. 2008 GRANDIN 2001. 2037. 2018. 2055.49. 2021. 2017. 2052. 2017. 2021. 2021. 2027. 2034. 2017. 2022. 2057 GEC 2035 GENERAL 2011.12. 2057 PERDIO 2001 PHILCO 2015. 2053. 2062. 2025. 2017. 2038 LXI 2017 M ELECTRONIC 2001 MAGNASONIC 2059 MAGNAVOX 2001. 2021 OKANO 2063. 2074 OCEANIC 2001. 2018. 2052. 2070. 2072 HI-Q 2026 HUGHES NETWORK SYSTEMS 2022 HYPSON 2034 IMPERIAL 2001 INGERSOL 2004 INTERFUNK 2035 ITT 2005. 2048. 2055 MEI 2015 MELECTRONIC 2018 MEMOREX 2001. 2064. 4:49 PM . 2057 NORDMENDE 2021. 2034. 2087. 2037. 2037. 2033. 2033 KLH 2034 KODAK 2015. 2081 GRAETZ 2005. 2015. 2017. 2027 MTC 2001. 2019. 2052 KENWOOD 2018. 2005. 2057 GRANADA 2025. 2017 KORPEL 2034 LAYCO 2034 LENCO 2059 LG 2079 LLOYD’S 2001. 2042. 2086. 2075 GO VIDEO 2077. 2020. 2052. 2085. 2059 KENDO 2038. 2005. 2031. 2057 MGN TECHNOLOGY 2057 MINCRVA 2048 MINERVA 2005. 2072 MATSUSHITA 2015. 2035. 2037. 2028 GOLDHAND 2034 GOLDSTAR 2017. 2079 GOODMANS 2001. 2034. 2057. 2042. 2035 LOGIK 2004. 2087. 2057 LUXOR 2023. 2019. 2035 MARTA 2017 MATSUI 2004. 2037 NECKERMANN 2035 NESCO 2034 NIKKO 2017 NIKON 2014 NOBLEX 2057 NOKIA 2021. 2088 MEMPHIS 2034 METZ 2003. 2048 MINOLTA 2022 MOTOROLA 2015. 2070 OLYMPUS 2015. 2026. 2021. 2035 MAGNIN 2057 MANESTH 2024. 2010. 2017. 2027. 2059 JENSEN 2021 KAISUI 2034 KEC 2017. 2025. 2021. 2057. 2035 HARLEY DAVIDSON 2001 HARWOOD 2034 HCM 2034 HEADQUARTER 2025 HINARI 2004. 2088 OSAKI 2001. 2034 OTTO VERSAND 2035 PALLADIUM 2005. 2036. 2034 PATHE MARCONI 2021 PATHE CINEMA 2016 PENTAX 2022 PENNY 2015. 2061. 2015. 2034 HANSEATIC 2017 HARMAN/KARDON 2018. 2017.12. 2018. 2037. 2016. 2005. 2038. 2065.

2037 2051. 2035 2021 2024 2011 2034. 2085 2035 2017 2017 2015. 2005. 4016. 2035. 2033. 2032. 2048. 2023. 2064. 2038. 2057 2001. 2035 SILVA SINGER SINUDYNE SOLAVOX SONOLOR SONTEC STS SUNKAI 2034 2019 2035 2025 2025 2015. 2030. 2035. 2076. 4038. 2026. 2044. 2057. 2037 2001. 2015. 2014. 2005. 2036. 2057 ZENITH 2001. 2064. 2019. 2059 XR-1000 2001 XR-1001 2015 XR-1002 2034 YAMAHA 2018 YAMISHI 2034 YOKAN 2034 YOKO 2011. 2015. 2006. 2035 2023. 2035. 4019. 4039. 2021. 2021. 2077 2072 2035 2001. 2058. 2027. 2010 2037. 2087 2035 2001. 2015. 2078 PIONEER 2031. 4034. 2033. 2037 2057 2004 2003. 2038. 2061. 2067 VECTOR 2024 VECTOR RESEARCH 2018. 2007. 2025. 2022. 2022. 2042. 2025. 2054 2001. 2026. 2034.49. 2034. 2050. 2027. 2035 2001. 2057. 2017. 2025. 2024 VIDEOSONIC 2057 WARDS 2001. 2035 2001 2001 2001.67 65 01. 2035 2011 2025 2017 2022 2070 SUNSTAR SUNTRONIC SYLVANIA SYMHONIC TASHIKO TATUNG TEAC TEC TECHNICS TEKNIKA TELEAVIA TELEFUNKEN TENOSAL TENSAI THOMAS THORN TMK TOTEVISION TOWADA UHER UNITECH UNIVERSUM 2001 2001 2001. 2074 2034 2001.Controlling the rest of your system 09 PROTEC PULSAR PYE QUARTER QUARTZ QUASAR QUELLE RADIO SHACK RADIOLA RADIX RANDEX RCA REALISTIC REX RFT RICOH ROADSTAR RUNCO SABA SAISHO SALORA SANKY SANSUI SAMSUNG SAVILLE SBR SCHAUB LORENZ SCHNEIDER SCOTT SEARS SEG SEI SELECO SEMP SENTRA SHINTOM SHOGUN SHORAI SIEMENS 2017. 2059 2019 2021. 2052 2023. 2057 WHITE WESTINGHOUSE 2052. 2040. 4042 4013. 2021. 2017. 2057. 2016. 2027.12. 2052. 2020 VICTOR 2008. 2065. 2015. 2066 2004. 2034 2004. 2046 2001. 4:49 PM . 2022. 2057 2017. 2074 2075 2014 2017. 2010. 4037. 2017. 4052 4019 4003. 2027 2001. 2024. 2066 2001 2016. 2026. 2038 2019. 2021.12. 2048 2017 2024. 2057 2066 2057 2057 2001. 2021 2011 2015. 2078 2024. 2049. 4044 4009. 2034. 2032. 2074 2004. 2052. 2021. 2033 VIDEO CONCEPTS 2020. 2037 2021. 2037 2057. 2056 SATELLITE TUNER Manufacturer ABSAT AST ALBA ALDES AMSTRAD ANKARO ANTTRON TV TVC Code 4006 4027 4029. 2017. 4030. 2042. 2028 2021 2021. 4025. 2058. 2015. 2047. 4034 65 En XRB3013A.

4045 AVALON 4031 AXIS 4030. 4057. 4059 4019. 4048. 4035. 4064 4011. 4010. 4037 FRACARRO 4061 FREECOM 4034 FUBE 4030. 4049 HITACHI 4037 HOUSTON 4053 HUTH 4013. 4055. 4:49 PM . 4009. 4013. 4046 BT 4053 BEKO 4010 BEST 4030 BLAUPUNKT 4008 BOCA 4015. 4045 4034 4050 4030 4005. 4032. 4037. 4048 4059 4015 4048 4015. 4044 4011 4031. 4050 4021. 4054. 4006. 4041 KREISELMEYER KYOSTAR LA SAT LENCO LENNOX LUPUS LUXOR MANHATTAN MARANTZ MASPRO MATSUI MEDIASAT MEDIAMARKT MINERVA MORGAN’S NAVEX NEUHAUS NEUSAT NEWHAUS NIKKO NOKIA NORDMENDE ORBITECH OXFORD PACE PALLADIUM PALSAT PANDA PHILIPS PHONOTREND PIONEER PLANET PROMAX PROSAT QUADRAL RADIOLA RADIX RFT SAT SABA SABRE SAGEM SALORA SATCOM SATEC SATMASTER SATPARTNER SCHWAIGER SEEMANN 4008 4034 4043.09 Controlling the rest of your system 66 En ARMSTRONG 4015 ASTRA 4005 ASTRO 4008. 4015. 4023.49. 4010. 4034 G-SAT 4009 GALAXIS 4019.12. 4032. 4024. 4023 FIDELITY 4016 FINLUX 4005. 4037. 4048 HINARI 4009 HIRSCHMANN 4008. 4008. 4023 4024. 4045 4009. 4060 GENERAL INSTRUMENT 4012 GOLD BOX 4059 GOODING 4048 GOODMANS 4010 GRUNDIG 4008. 4043 BRAIN WAVE 4022 BRITISH SKY BROADCASTING 4058 BUSH 4002 CNT 4045 CAMBRIDGE 4024 CANAL SATELLITE 4059 CANAL+ 4059 CHANNEL MASTER 4029 COMLINK 4019 CONNEXIONS 4031 CROWN 4015 CYRUS 4011 D-BOX 4054 DDC 4029 DNT 4011. 4049 4037. 4039. 4011. 4041 4031. 4058 4048 4039 4037 4007. 4063 4029 4039 4024 4002. 4043 4022 4039 4057 4013 4028 4005. 4020.67 66 01. 4040. 4045 4037 4056 4005 4026. 4034. 4046 XRB3013A. 4019. 4032. 4051 4009 4026 4022. 4014. 4038 4023.12. 4037. 4059 4061 4037 4019 4029. 4049. 4031 ECHOSTAR 4031. 4061 EMANON 4034 FTE HUMAX 4060 FERGUSON 4002. 4045. 4026 ITT 4005 INVIDEO 4061 INTERVISION 4050 JVC 4048 JOHANSSON 4022 KATHREIN 4004. 4031. 4009. 4050 4011 4004. 4040. 4039. 4019 4027. 4036. 4011.

3008. 3049 SCIENTIFIC ATLANTA 3003. 3020. 4037 4001. 3021 SEAWOO 3045 STARCOM 3002. 3040 SATBOX 3024 SIGNAL 3007 SIGNATURE 3004 STS 3015 SALORA 3026 SCIENTIFIC 3003. 4039 4026 4034 4015. 4053 4027 4040 4022 4008.Controlling the rest of your system 09 SEG SIEMENS SKYMASTER SONY STRONG SUNSTAR TPS TANTEC TECHNISAT TECHNILAND TELEFUNKEN TELEKA TELESAT THOMSON TONNA TRIAD TRIASAT UNITOR UNIVERSUM VENTANA VORTEC VTECH WINERSAT WISI XSAT XCOM MULTIMEDIA ZEHNDER 4030. 4059 4026. 4065 4065 4033. 3025. 3012 CABLETIME 3016.67 67 01. 3028 3041 3009 3039 3001. 3046 GOLDSTAR 3014. 4027. 3006. 3007. 3047 GRUNDIG 3035 HITACHI 3004 LG ALPS MEMOREX MNET NOW OAK PACIFIC PANASONIC PARAGON PULSAR PVP STEREO VISUAL MATRIX 3002 PIONEER 3010. 3036 QUASAR 3001 RADIO SHACK 3007 REMBRANDT 3004 RUNCO 3001 SAMSUNG 3014. 3018. 3031.12. 4049 4011 4034 4027 4022 4008. 4034 4008 4019. 3004. 3029 CONTEC 3009 CLYDE 3011 CRYPTOVISION 3038 DAEHAN 3043 DAERYUNG 3003 DECSAT 3027 EVERQUESST 3007 FILMNET 3028 FRANCE TELECOM 3030 GEC 3011 GEMINI 3007 GENERAL INSTRUMENT 3004. 3046 3044 3001 3009. 4052 4051 4037. 4047 TV TVC JASCO JERROLD CABLE TV Manufacturer Code ABC 3002. 3004. 4:49 PM . 3048 TOSHIBA 3001 UNITED CABLE 3002 VIDEOWAY 3017 VISICABLE+ 3033 WESTMINSTER 3012 WOLSEY GENE 3037 ZENITH 3001. 3008 ANDOVER 3037 BELL & HOWELL 3006 BIRGMINGHAM CABLE COMMUNICATION 3020 BRITISH TELECOM 3002. 3006. 4044. 4031. 4051 4017.12. 3019. 3032. 4037 4006. 4045. 3007 STARGATE 3007 STARQUEST 3007 TAIHAN 3043 TELESERVICE 3022 TELE+1 3028 TUDI 3023 TUSA 3007 TOCOM 3005 TONGKOOK 3042. 3005. 3031.49. 3020. 3034 3007 3002. 3003. 3014. 4018 4062 4043 4056 4023. 3013 3001 3001 67 En XRB3013A.

and secure to a wall. ask your nearest Pioneer authorized service center or your dealer to carry out repair work. Sometimes the trouble may lie in another component. • Connect an additional internal or external AM antenna (refer to page 19). No sound is output when a function is selected. Considerable noise in radio broadcasts. • Tune in the correct frequency. 5:13 PM . Remedy • Connect the power plug to the wall outlet. • Fully extend the FM wire antenna. Investigate the other components and electrical appliances being used. • Turn off the equipment causing the noise or move it away from the receiver. • Connect the antenna (refer to page 19). check the points below. • Adjust the direction and position for best reception. • Disconnect the power plug from the outlet. • Connect an outdoor FM antenna (refer to page 19).68. If the trouble cannot be rectified even after exercising the checks listed below. Problem The power does not turn on. This could cause the receiver to shut off automatically.74 68 01. Broadcast stations cannot be selected automatically. • Make sure the component is connected correctly (refer to pages pages 14–19).10 Additional information Troubleshooting Incorrect operations are often mistaken for trouble and malfunctions. • Route 2 RF and digital cables away from the antenna terminals and wires. • Select the correct component (use the MULTI JOG/INPUT SELECTOR dial or the MULTI CONTROL buttons on the remote). • Press MUTE on the remote control to turn muting off. • Adjust the MASTER VOLUME. • Make sure there are no loose strands of speaker wire touching the rear panel. 68 En XRB3013A.12. • Press the MONITOR button to turn monitoring off. position for best reception. • Make sure the component is connected correctly (refer to pages 14–19). and insert again. If you think that there is something wrong with this component. • Connect an outdoor antenna (refer to page 19). • Place the antenna farther away from the equipment causing the noise.12. No image is output when a function is selected.

• Refer to Surround back speaker setting on page 40 to check the surround back speaker settings. • Avoid exposing the remote sensor on the front panel to direct light. When a search is performed by • This is not a malfunction.12. but not from LD or DVD player. • Set the digital input settings correctly (refer to page 43). No sound from surround back speakers. 5:13 PM . • Make digital connections (refer to page 14) and set the SIGNAL SELECT to DIGITAL (refer to page 34). • Refer to the table on page 33 to make sure the 6. • Remove the obstacle or operate from another position.68. Noise during playback of a cassette deck. • Press FL DIMMER on the remote control repeatedly to return to the default. Sound is produced from other components. • Move the cassette deck further from your receiver. 30° of the remote sensor on the front panel (refer to page 6).74 69 01. The display is dark or off. • Replace the batteries (refer to page 6).12. • Set the digital volume level of the player to full. DIGITAL or ANALOG according to the type of connections made. • Set the SIGNAL SELECT to AUTO. Remedy • Refer to Speaker setting on page 39 to check the speaker settings.1 channel setting and the sound mode are set for surround back sound. Can’t operate the remote control. but be sure to turn the volume a DTS compatible CD player down to prevent the output of loud noise from your speakers. • Operate within 23 feet ( 7 m). No sound is output or a noise is output when software with DTS is played back. If the unit does not operate normally due to external effects such as static electricity disconnect the power plug from the outlet and insert again to return to normal operating conditions. during playback. (refer to page 34). • Refer to Setting the relative volume level of each channel on page 44 to check the speaker levels. or to the neutral position. noise is output. • Connect the speakers properly (refer to page 19–21). • Refer to the instruction manual supplied with the DVD player. until the noise disappears. 69 En XRB3013A.Additional information 10 Problem No sound from surround or center speakers.

min............. 1................. DVD/LD..... 40 dB (1 kHz) Frequency Response ................ 100 W (1kHz...................................... +9 dB/+9 dB (100 Hz/10 kHz) Signal-to-Noise Ratio (IHF........ 55 dB Center ... Mono: 20...0 %............74 70 01............. 8 Ω) (1kHz............ 530 kHz to 1. DVD/LD. 200 mV/2....... 5 Hz to 100.. DVD/LD..... CD-R/TAPE/MD....... TV/SAT ....................................... 1.................... CD-R/TAPE/MD.......................... 100 W per channel (1kHz..........68...... 87................ 8 Ω) (1kHz..... 100 W per channel * VSX-D811S only Input (Sensitivity/Impedance) CD...........000 Hz with no more than 0.. 8 Ω) Surround ................0 %..10 Additional information Specifications Amplifier Section Continuous average power output of 100 watts* per channel.......... 1 Vp-p/75 Ω Frequency Response VCR/DVR.. DVD/LD....................... Mono:13.................................... 79 dB AM Tuner Section Frequency Range . 1 Vp-p/75 Ω Output (Level/Impedance) VCR/DVR .. DVD/LD....... VCR/DVR.......................12....... ± 6 dB (10 kHz) LOUDNESS ..... VCR/DVR........................2 kΩ Tone Control BASS ................................ from 20 Hz to 20.. at 1 W (1 kHz)] CD......700 kHz Sensitivity (IHF.. TV/SAT .. Loop antenna) ... IHF (1...0 %........5 MHz to 108 MHz Usable Sensitivity ...............................................2 dB Stereo: 38. TV/SAT ... CD-R/TAPE/MD............................ 1..6 dBf Signal-to-Noise Ratio ........ 5:13 PM ............. 50 dB Antenna ......... 1...............000 Hz +0 dB –3 Output (Level/Impedance) VCR/DVR REC.... 8 Ω) FM Tuner Section Frequency Range .0 %...... 25 dB Signal-to-Noise Ratio ..... VCR/DVR.................. 75 Ω unbalanced Surround Back* . DVD/LD... TV/SAT ..........3 µV/ 75 Ω) 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity .. short circuited... 100 W per channel Video Section Input (Sensitivity/Impedance) VCR/DVR......... ± 6 dB (100 Hz) TREBLE ................... Loop antenna 70 En XRB3013A........ Mono: 73 dB (at 85 dBf) Stereo: 70 dB (at 85 dBf) Distortion ...... TV/SAT ] MONITOR ................. Stereo: 0..........5 % (1 kHz) Alternate Channel Selectivity ............ Continuous Power Output Front .. CD-R/TAPE/ MD REC ....12...... at 8 ohms.. 200 mV/47 kΩ Frequency Response CD.............. 96 dB Signal-to Noise Ratio [EIA. 350 µV/m Selectivity ...... 5 Hz to 7 MHz +0 dB –3 Signal-to-Noise Ratio ................ TV/SAT .... 60 dB (400 kHz) Stereo Separation ................... VCR/DVR... CD-R/TAPE/MD.. A network) CD.. 30 Hz to 15 kHz (±1 dB) Antenna Input (DIN) ................2 dBf.......................... 55 dB Cross Talk ..............2 %** total harmonic distortion (front)...................

........ due to improvements....5 kg (23................... (SWITCHED) Dimensions .... 9.....8 lb) VSX-D811S ........ * Measured pursuant to the Federal Trade Commission’s Trade Regulation rule on Power Output Claims for Amplifiers......................................0 kg (19..... 260W....... AC 120 V....74 71 01............12................... 2 Remote control ...............2 lb) Furnished Parts AM loop antenna .......68..... ** Measured by Audio Spectrum Analyzer................................................ 300W........ 1 W AC Outlet ................. 71 En XRB3013A.............. 10.. 340 VA VSX-D811S . 5:13 PM ....................) Weight (without package) VSX-D711 . 1 Operating instructions ...... 1 Dry cell batteries (AA size IEC R6P) ............ 420 VA In Standby ................................ 100 W MAX.. 60Hz Power Consumption VSX-D711 ............ 1 FM wire antenna .12........................................ 420 (W) x 158 (H) x 401 (D) mm (16-9/16 (W) x 6-4/16 (H) x 15-6/16 (D) in...........................................Additional information 10 Miscellaneous Power Requirements ..... 1 Specifications and the design are subject to possible modifications without notice..................................................

Taking a minute to do this now will help to prevent hearing damage or loss in the future. Decibel Level 30 40 50 60 70 80 THE FOLLOWING NOISES CAN BE DANGEROUS UNDER CONSTANT EXPOSURE 90 100 120 140 180 Subway. hair dryer. and without distortion.74 72 01. noisy restaurant Average city traffic. truck traffic. Over time your hearing “comfort level” adapts to higher volumes of sound. Sound can be deceiving. alarm clock at two feet.68. jet plane Rocket launching pad Information courtesy of the Deafness Research Foundation. O NI C IND U ST RIES EIA SO •A CIAT IO We Want You LISTENING For A Lifetime 72 En XRB3013A. This manufacturer and the Electronic Industries Association’s Consumer Electronics Group want you to get the most out of your equipment by playing it at a safe level. your new sound equipment will provide a lifetime of fun and enjoyment. Used wisely. chain saw. bedroom away from traffic Light traffic. Guard against this by setting your equipment at a safe level BEFORE your hearing adapts. garbage disposals. most importantly. Once you have established a comfortable sound level: • Set the dial and leave it there. One that lets the sound come through loud and clear without annoying blaring or distortion-and. To establish a safe level: • Start your volume control at a low setting. This list of sound levels is included for your protection. lawn mower Garbage truck. 5:13 PM . normal conversation.12. refrigerator. we want you listening for a lifetime.10 Additional information R O NI C IND U ST ELECT S SO CIAT IO N EST 1924 • EIA RIES Selecting fine audio equipment such as the unit you’ve just purchased is only the start of your musical enjoyment. R ELECT S N EST 1924 • •A We Want You LISTENING For A Lifetime We Want You Listening For A Lifetime Example Quiet library. Now it’s time to consider how you can maximize the fun and excitement your equipment offers. thunderclap Gunshot blast. without affecting your sensitive hearing. soft whispers Living room. Since hearing damage from loud noise is often undetectable until it is too late. sewing machine Vacuum cleaner. • Slowly increase the sound until you can hear it comfortably and clearly. motorcycle.12. pneumatic drill Rock band concert in front of speakers. this manufacturer and the Electronic Industries Association’s Consumer Electronics Group recommend you avoid prolonged exposure to excessive noise. quiet office Air conditioner at 20 feet. So what sounds “normal” can actually be loud and harmful to your hearing. After all.

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S. San Lorenzo 1009 3er Piso Desp. Inc. TEL: [03] 9586-6300 PIONEER ELECTRONICS DE MEXICO S. Ontario L3R OP2 (905) 479-4411 1-877-283-5901 For warranty information please see the Limited Warranty sheet included with your product. BOX 1760. Tokyo 153-8654. Ontario L3R OP2 (905) 479-4411 1-877-283-5901 Pour obtenir des renseignements sur la garantie. PIONEER ELECTRONICS OF CANADA. Australia.05. Published by Pioneer Corporation. P.74 76 01. Meguro-ku. veuillez vous communiquer avec le Service de Clientèle de Pioneer: Pioneer électroniques du Canada. service manuals. please call the number shown below. Should this product require service in Canada. and you wish to locate the nearest Pioneer Authorized Independent Service Company. All rights reserved. Japan PIONEER ELECTRONICS [USA] INC. veuillez vous adresser à un distributeur autorisée Pioneer au Canada pour obtenir le nom de la Société de Service Autorisée Pioneer le plus près de chez vous.A.12. Inc. B-9120 Melsele. Belgium TEL: 03/570. CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT P. INC. Copyright © 2001 Pioneer Corporation.V.A. LONG BEACH. 800–421–1404 Please do not ship your product to Pioneer without first calling the Customer Service Department at the above listed number for assistance.P. Markham. California 90801-1540. Ontario L3R OP2. 302 Col. Si ce produit doit être réparé au Canada.Should this product require service in the U. operating instructions. Keetberglaan 1. Meguro 1-Chome. Victoria 3195. U. please contact the Customer Service Department at the following address: Pioneer Electronics of Canada. DE C.S.O. C. CA 90801-1760. PIONEER CORPORATION 4-1. 5:13 PM .11 PIONEER ELECTRONICS AUSTRALIA PTY.12. Long Beach.A. Markham. 300 Allstate Parkway. or accessories. please contact a Pioneer Canadian Authorized Dealer to locate the nearest Pioneer Authorized Service Company in Canada. 178-184 Boundary Road. or if you wish to purchase replacement parts. 03100 TEL: 55-5688-5290 <TNGZF/01L00001> Printed in <XRB3013-A> XRB3013A. Canada PIONEER EUROPE NV Haven 1087. Del Valle Mexico D.A. Ou encore. Customer Service Department 300 Allstate Parkway.S. Braeside.O. Markham. Département de service au consommateurs 300 Allstate Parkway. For warranty information please see the Limited Warranty sheet included with your product. U. BOX 1540. veuillez vous reporter au feuillet sur la Garantie Limitée gui accompagne le produit. Alternatively. PIONEER ELECTRONICS (USA) INC.F. LTD.68.

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