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B&K 50 Owner's Manual

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Reference 50
A/V System Controller
Owner's Manual
P/N13434 1102

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    B&K IMPLY ETTER B&K Components, Ltd. Reference 50 A/V System Controller Owner’s Manual P/N13434 1102...

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    USER INFORMATION Model # Serial # Date purchased Purchased from: City State Phone Contact SPEAKER LOCATION feet Left Center Right Front Surround Back Back Width Subwoofer SETUP CROSSOVERS + LFE 1 Crossover 2 High Pass 3 Low Pass 4 LFE Level B&K Components, Ltd., 2100 Old Union Road, Buffalo New York 14227-2725 Phone 1-800-543-5252 or (716) 656-0026, Fax (716) 656-1291 E-mail:...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Pro Logic Movie (Cinema) ... 49 Pro Logic Music... 49 Pro Logic II Movie (Cinema) ... 49 Pro Logic II Music... 49 Neo:6 Movie (Cinema) ... 50 Neo:6 Music ... 50 THX ... 50 DVD Audio... 50 Special Considerations ... 51 Equalization ‘EQ’...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Select theater ‘EQ 3’ ... 54 Zone ID...54 Zone ‘Z’...55 Presets...55 Zone 1 ...56 Zone 2 ...57 Zone 1 Favorite Presets ...59 Zone 2 Favorite Presets ...60 Getting Processor Status ... 61 Advanced Features... 62 Advanced ...62 Zone 1 (A) Setup... 62 Zone 2 (B) Setup...

  • Page 5: Acknowledgments

    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ® Motorola , “ DigitalDNA™, “Powered by Motorola”™, Motorola name and logo are registered trademarks of Motorola, Inc. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby”, ”Pro Logic”, “Surround EX", and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories “DTS”, “DTS-ES Extended Surround” and “Neo:6” are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. Manufactured under license from Digital Theater Systems, Inc.

  • Page 6: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS PLEASE READ BEFORE INSTALLING WARNING: to prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this unit to rain or moisture. Care should be taken to prevent objects or liquid from entering the enclosure. Never handle the power cord with wet hands.

  • Page 7: Features

    - six coaxial and five optical inputs, one coaxial (Z1, Z2) and one optical output (Z1). Control Outputs - four 12 VDC @ 50 mA outputs for turning on amplifiers and controlling external systems such as a projection screen or B & K amplifier.

  • Page 8: The Basics

    The following is intended to familiarize users with common terms and applications of Home Theater equipment. Sources - your processor can provide audio from its built-in AM/FM tuner. It can also provide limited video from its on-screen menu system. You will want to connect a number of additional sources (VCR, DVD player, etc.) to your processor.

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    Stereo - Stereo contains two discrete, front left and right full range audio channels. This is the most common format for music and is also used on many movies. You may get stereo from any source - digital or analog. Sound will normally come from the seven speaker channels, but your processor can produce stereo in one (mono) to seven channels (see “Audio Modes under Operation”).

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    DTS NEO:6 – DTS Neo:6 is an advanced matrix decoder. It will take any two-channel source and expand it into five or six channels, depending on the user’s speaker layout. Two-channel sources include VHS tapes, broadcast television, stereo CDs and DVDs. DTS Neo:6 provides separate, optimized modes for stereo music materials and matrix surround motion picture soundtracks.

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    THX Surround EX ™ - Dolby Digital Surround EX is a joint development of Dolby Laboratories and the THX division of Lucasfilm Ltd. In a movie theater, film soundtracks that have been encoded with Dolby Digital Surround EX technology are able to reproduce an extra channel, which has been added during the mixing of the program.

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    Bass Management - Dolby Digital and DTS-ES formats may contain up to 6 full range channels plus LFE. Only a system with six full-range (large) speakers plus a subwoofer can directly reproduce these formats. However, almost all commercially available center channel speakers are small and incapable of reproducing the lowest bass frequencies without distortion or even damage to the speaker.

  • Page 13: Front Panel

    B&K Components, Ltd. Reference 50 SOURCE HEADPHONE SLEEP PRESET 1. Headphone Jack - Stereo headphones having a standard ¼ inch binaural plug can be connected to the headphone output. The processor must be on and in HEADPHONE Mode for proper headphone operation.

  • Page 14: Rear Panel

    The processor’s back panel is organized into groups of inputs and outputs for audio and video as shown below. See back of this manual for an enlarged view. 22 21 COAX DIGITAL OPTICAL DIGITAL ZA OUT & DVD-AUDIO I N I M P LY E T T E R ! ZB OUT...

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    Red RCA jack Green RCA jack Blue RCA jack 13. Line inputs - Connections from your audio/video sources. Red RCA jacks White RCA jacks Yellow RCA jacks 4 pin din jacks 14. Line level outputs - Fixed level outputs to an audio or video recorder. 15.

  • Page 16: Making The Connection

    MAKING THE CONNECTION It’s tempting to just plug in your new A/V processor and have great sound pour out. Before you do that, take a few minutes to plan out how you want the processor to fit into your audio/video system. Ask yourself the following questions: What source components do I want to connect to my processor? (CD, VCR, etc.) What equipment will be receiving the audio and video? (TV monitor, Speakers, etc.)

  • Page 17: Audio / Video Connections

    AUDIO / VIDEO CONNECTIONS Connecting your analog sources to your processor B A L A N C E D I N P U T S R I G H T O F F L E F T R I G H T set to the ON (In) position.

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    component video inputs for DVD and TV/DBS type inputs, and one set of component video outputs. Your processors component video connections are passive to minimize the possibility of video format compatibility issues. Use the same instructions to connect a second and third (TV/DBS) component video device. COMPONENT VIDEO IN 1 Component video input to DVD...

  • Page 19: Digital Connections

    DIGITAL CONNECTIONS Connect digital inputs (DVD, VLD, etc.) to the processor. You will need either coaxial or optical digital inputs to play Dolby Digital (AC-3) or DTS surround sound processing. Digital connections are also recommended for PCM sources. If your source has both optical and coaxial outputs connect only one. Coaxial digital inputs...

  • Page 20: Surround Outputs, Rca Unbalanced Output Connections, Xlr Balanced Output Connections

    'Sbr' power amplifier input XLR Balanced Output Connections In addition to your processor’s full compliment of RCA-type unbalanced surround outputs, the Reference 50 has a full compliment of XLR-type balanced surround outputs. Your processors balanced surround outputs in conjunction with our line of balanced amplifiers, allow the next step in a cost-effective high performance home theater system.

  • Page 21: Surround Speaker Output Connections

    SURROUND SPEAKER OUTPUT CONNECTIONS Connect the A/V System Controller’s surround outputs to your external amplifier(s) or powered speakers as described previously. Connect your speakers to your external amplifier(s) as shown below. FRONT LEFT SURROUND LEFT SURROUND RIGHT PLUS PLUS MINUS MINUS SURROUND LEFT...

  • Page 22: Antenna Connections, Control Outputs / Ir Inputs

    Control 4 -REMOTE. It will repeat a received 38 kHz modulated IR signal. The processor will transmit received IR signals even in sleep mode. Note - The control outputs can output a maximum of 50 mA. Check to see that the source you are connecting to the control out requires 50 mA or less current.

  • Page 23: Frequently Asked Questions

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS My collection of equipment differs from the labels on the back of my processor, how can I hook them up? Your processor provides 5 identical sets of inputs - V1, V2, DVD, CD, and SAT. Each of these has analog audio, composite video, S-video, coaxial digital audio, and optical digital audio.

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    recorder) has only coaxial input. Do I need some sort of converter to make direct digital recordings? No, your processor will convert optical to coaxial and coaxial to optical. The currently selected digital input (optical or coaxial) will appear at both of the processor’s digital outputs (optical and coaxial). Do I need to connect both analog and digital audio from my processor to my CD, DAT, MD, recorder, etc.? In general, yes.

  • Page 25: Setup, The Menu System

    SETUP For best results, perform the following set up procedure when you initially install your processor and anytime you change or add sources, speakers, etc. or when you rearrange your listening area THE MENU SYSTEM Setup of your processor will require you to navigate through the menu system. We recommend that you use a video monitor connected to the Zone 1 output along with the remote control provided with your processor.

  • Page 26: System Setup, Speakers, Speaker Size

    SYSTEM SETUP You should always perform System Setup after first installing your processor and after adding/changing speakers or sources or rearranging your listening area. Check that the remote is in B&K mode. From Remote From Front Panel B&K or POWER SLEEP MENU MENU...

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    Set the size for your front left and right, ‘L’ and ’R’ speakers - You must have front speakers. SETUP SPEAKERS 1 Speaker Size 1 Speaker Size 2 Speaker Location 3 Speaker Levels 4 Crossovers + LFE 5 Room Equalization next item MENU setup system SPEAKERS SIZE...

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    Set the size for your surround left and right, ‘Sl’ and ‘Sr’ speakers - From Remote À(UP) or §(DOWN) ¶ • (LEFT) or (RIGHT) Surround Subwoofer Ultra setting None Surround Bass to SW Surround Hi-Pass to Front Small Surround Bass to SW Surround Hi-Pass to Surround Large...

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    Surround Subwoofer Ultra Back setting None Sb Bass to SW Sb Hi-Pass to Front 1 Small Sb Bass to SW Sb Hi-Pass to Surround Back Left 1 Large Sb Bass to SW Sb Full to Surround Back Left 2 Small Sb Bass to SW Sb Hi-Pass to Sbl and Sbr...

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    Subwoofer Front Setting Large None LFE + Bass to Front LFE + Bass to SW Front Bass not Duplicated Ultra LFE + Bass to SW Front Bass is Duplicated Note: The subwoofer setting affects the routing of front, center, and surround bass information as shown previously.

  • Page 31: Speaker Location

    Ideally your speakers will be the same distance away from your listening area. However, physical limitations usually require placing the speaker in other than optimum locations. Your processor contains a means to electronically move each speaker’s location. This allows for superior reproduction of the directional cues available during the playback of movie or music.

  • Page 32: Speaker Levels, Crossovers + Lfe

    Speaker level calibration allows you to equalize the volume levels of each speaker to make up for differences in speaker characteristics and distances from the listener to the speakers. For best results it is important that you perform this calibration when you initially install your processor, whenever you change speakers, and whenever you rearrange your listening area.

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    SETUP SPEAKERS 1 Speaker Size 2 Speaker Location 3 Speaker Levels 4 Crossovers + LFE 4 Crossovers + LFE 5 Room Equalization next item MENU setup system Crossovers + LFE From Remote À(UP) or §(DOWN) SEL or ENTER À(UP) or §(DOWN) ¶...

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    From Remote À(UP) or §(DOWN) ¶ • (LEFT) or (RIGHT) Set your LFE (.1) channel level - Usually this will be set to 0.0 dB (default). However, if you have no subwoofer you may wish to reduce the low frequency effects (LFE) channel to lessen its contribution to the bass going to your remaining large speakers.

  • Page 35: Room Equalization

    Usually these settings may be left set to the factory defaults. However, theses settings allow for the correction of various tonal errors that occur during reproduction of audio in a home theater. The room equalization menu allows for two types of adjustments. 1) A notch filter that allows you to ‘Notch’...

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    From Remote À(UP) or §(DOWN) ¶ • (LEFT) or (RIGHT) À(UP) or §(DOWN) ¶ • (LEFT) or (RIGHT) repeat 1 – 4 MENU Setup up the notch filter - your processor may be set to correct accentuated bass information caused by room size and speaker positioning.

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    Setup variable ‘EQ 1’ - allows you to set default bass and treble settings for use with all input sources in all audio modes excluding DVD Audio. Many systems allow only adjustment of bass and treble levels at fixed frequency points.

  • Page 38: Displays

    This menu allows you to set various aspects of your video and front panel displays. Make sure you are in the SETUP MENUS and your remote is in B&K mode. MAIN MENU 1 Zone 1 Operation 2 Zone 2 Operation 3 Zone 1 Favorite Presets 4 Zone 2 Favorite Presets 5 System Setup...

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    your processor detects a change in the incoming audio or video information. Transparent mode allows video to be seen behind the overlay. From Remote À(UP) or §(DOWN) ¶ • (LEFT) or (RIGHT) Set the background color for your on-screen display menus - From Remote À(UP) or §(DOWN) ¶...

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    From Remote À(UP) or §(DOWN) ¶ • (LEFT) or (RIGHT) Set the Zone 1 Monitor Aspect Ratio - During normal operation, your processor will overlay status information on your video monitor. This information is normally displayed at the bottom of the monitor. However, if you are viewing letterbox material on a 16:9 (widescreen) monitor, this information will be cut off.

  • Page 41: Inputs

    Usually these settings may be left set to the factory defaults. However, your processor allows ‘fine tuning’ of how the surround processor operates after the selection of an input source. Make sure you are in the SETUP MENUS and your remote is in B&K mode. MAIN MENU 1 Zone 1 Operation 2 Zone 2 Operation...

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    Setting a favorite listening mode here will not prevent the system from automatically adjusting the listening mode in response to bitstream information, nor will it prevent the user from changing modes during normal operation. It is merely the mode that is chosen when that input is initially selected and no additional bitstream information is available.

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    From Remote À(UP) or §(DOWN) ¶ • (LEFT) or (RIGHT) Set the 2-channel surround decoder type - select a default surround decoder type, the options are Dolby Pro Logic Movie, Dolby Pro Logic Music, Dolby Pro Logic II Movie, Dolby Pro Logic II Music, Neo:6 Movie and Neo:6 Music.

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    From Remote À(UP) or §(DOWN) ¶ • (LEFT) or (RIGHT) Set input source level - Allows you to match the levels of your input sources so that there are no large changes in volume as you change from one source to another. This is for your convenience only and need not be performed unless you wish to.

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    sources. When you choose that source for viewing, the associated component video input will be routed to the component video output. From Remote À(UP) or §(DOWN) ¶ • (LEFT) or (RIGHT) Set DVD audio input - Allows you to select which ONE input source to dedicate for use with the DVD Audio inputs.

  • Page 46: Presets

    Usually these settings may be left set to the factory defaults. However, your processor allows ‘fine tuning’ of how presets operate. Make sure you are in the SETUP MENUS and your remote is in B&K mode. MAIN MENU 1 Zone 1 Operation 2 Zone 2 Operation 3 Zone 1 Favorite Presets 4 Zone 2 Favorite Presets...

  • Page 47: Music Mode

    simple name for the preset, which you can then change before confirming the preset save. You may wish to defeat this automatic naming so that any custom names that you have entered will not get erased each time you save a minor change to a preset. Turning auto naming off means that the name that is already present in the preset will be re-used when you save a new preset to that location.

  • Page 48: Memory Backup

    MEMORY BACKUP Your processor continually saves any settings you have made even if power is lost. However, you may wish to save a backup of your settings in case of inadvertent changes to them. To perform a backup, follow the procedure below.

  • Page 49: Operation, Power On/off, Sleep

    The following outlines the normal day-to-day operation of your processor from the supplied universal remote or directly from your processor’s front panel. The universal remote is also capable of controlling other equipment and storing sequences of commonly used commands. Refer to the separate remote manual for details on these functions.

  • Page 50: Choosing A Source, Am/fm Tuner

    CHOOSING A SOURCE In general, the selected source will appear at the Zone 1 output, the TAPE output, and the V1 output. To prevent feedback, TAPE input will not appear at TAPE output and V1 input will not appear at V1 output. D V D A n a 2 .

  • Page 51: Adjusting The Volume, Temporary Level Adjustments

    ADJUSTING THE VOLUME Z1 Master Volume From Remote VOLUME + or VOLUME − MUTE Note: The front panel VOLUME KNOB is used to control multiple functions and, therefore, cannot always control the volume. The VOLUME KNOB may control volume in the menu system when not used for parameter adjustments.

  • Page 52: Audio Modes

    AUDIO MODES Your processor is designed to work with 5 audio listening modes. Under normal operation you may simply select Mono, Stereo, Surround, THX or DVD Audio via the remote control. In addition, you may choose an audio listening mode immediately followed by a speaker selection. The table below shows how your processor will route audio with the various audio modes and speaker selection combinations.

  • Page 53: Mono, Stereo, Surround, Surround Decoder Type, Pro Logic Movie (cinema), Pro Logic Music

    Audio Mode description MONO Sums the incoming audio information to a single channel and routes it to the desired speaker. Use this mode for listening to the FM tuner with weak RF signal strengths. It is also useful in the case of a large listening group and it is difficult to put everyone near the optimum listening position.

  • Page 54: Neo:6 Movie (cinema), Neo:6 Music, Dvd Audio

    When listening to movies using the DTS Neo:6 movie (cinema) decoder with stereo TV shows or other surround- encoded programs, there is further enhancement to soundfield directionality, which is close to the quality of discrete 6.1-channel sound. Conventional narrow band monaural surround channel is played as stereo with a more realistic feel and movement.

  • Page 55: Special Considerations

    Special Considerations For use with multi-channel encoded bitstreams pressing of SURROUND or THX toggles between the Movie and Music playback options. For use with 2-channel analog or digital audio, pressing of SURROUND or THX allows sequencing through the six surround decoder types, Pro Logic Movie, Pro Logic Music, Pro Logic II Movie, Pro Logic II Music, Neo:6 Movie and Neo:6 Music.

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    With the wide variety of audio source material available today, i.e. single channel mono, 2 channel mono, 2 channel stereo, 2 channel surround and multi-channel encoded audio, we believe that the reproduction of this material is best handled in audio categories. We have decided to define five “audio modes” which are actually different Plug and Play modes of operating our audio processor.

  • Page 57: Equalization 'eq, Select Off 'eq 0, Select Variable 'eq 1, Adjust Lfe Level

    EQUALIZATION ‘EQ’ Selecting an EQ function via the remote control - allows you to override how the audio is currently being processed. This is where you may set the Dynamic Range to either Normal (default) or Limited for late night listening while processing Dolby Digital or DTS bit streams.

  • Page 58: Select Loudness 'eq 2, Select Theater 'eq 3

    For late night listening while processing Dolby Digital or DTS bit streams and a reduced dynamic range is desired. When the dynamic range is set to limited, compression is used to raise the average loudness of the dialog, and the program peaks will be restricted much in the style of conventional television audio. From Remote EQ then 1 SEL or ENTER...

  • Page 59: Zone 'z', Presets

    ZONE ‘Z’ Use the Z (zone) function via the remote control - For use in a second audio zone, your processor comes equipped with a fully independent 2-channel analog pre-amp. The easiest way to control this second zone is with a dedicated Zone 2 (the factory default zone ID setting of Zone B is 2) remote available from B&K and other universal remote suppliers.

  • Page 60: Zone

    From Remote make all settings you wish to save SAVE enter desired preset # SEL or ENTER À(UP) or §(DOWN) ¶ • (LEFT) or (RIGHT) SEL or ENTER ZONE 1 Recalling/Saving Presets via the Menu System You can also recall, save presets and operate your processor via the menu system from the remote or from the front panel.

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    From Remote MENU À(UP) or §(DOWN) SEL or ENTER number or +10+ number ENTER Save preset using Zone 1 Operation From Remote À(UP) or §(DOWN) SEL or ENTER MAIN, B&K, Source VOLUME + or VOLUME − MAIN, B&K, Page 4 SR10.1 CENTER + or CENTER –...

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    From Remote À(UP) or §(DOWN) SEL or ENTER source then B&K VOLUME + or VOLUME − MENU Recall preset using Zone 2 Operation From Remote MENU À(UP) or §(DOWN) SEL or ENTER number or +10 + number ENTER Save preset using Zone 2 Operation From Remote À(UP) or §(DOWN) SEL or ENTER...

  • Page 63: Zone 1 Favorite Presets

    ZONE 1 FAVORITE PRESETS Favorite presets need only be setup after adding/changing presets or sources. This feature allows for skipping selected presets when pressing the remote CHANNEL + & CHANNEL − buttons or front panel preset (+) button. When you save a preset it will be automatically added to the favorite preset list. If using the remote be sure it is in B&K mode and you are in the MAIN MENU.

  • Page 64: Zone 2 Favorite Presets

    ZONE 2 FAVORITE PRESETS Favorite presets need only be setup after adding/changing presets or sources. This feature allows for skipping selected presets when pressing the remote CHANNEL + & CHANNEL − buttons or front panel PRESET button. When you save a preset it will be automatically added to the favorite preset list. If using the remote be sure it is in B&K mode and you are in the MAIN MENU.

  • Page 65: Getting Processor Status

    GETTING PROCESSOR STATUS When you are not in a menu, pressing ENTER at any time will bring up a two or three line status message on Zone 1 video outputs. A single line status message is also available on the processor’s front panel display. This display will also pop up automatically whenever you change sources or whenever the selected source information changes.

  • Page 66: Advanced Features, Advanced, Zone 1 (a) Setup

    ADVANCED FEATURES WARNING - The following describes the advanced features of the processor. Since changing some of these functions may cause severe effects such as no sound or no remote control operation, we suggest you leave this menu disabled (hidden) for normal operation. If you are unsure of what you are changing any advanced operations.

  • Page 67

    is very useful if you are using speakers that can’t handle the maximum power output from your processor or if you simply wish to limit the volume that can be achieved using normal front panel or remote operation. WARNING - If you set this level too low, the processor may appear broken (no sound). From Remote À(UP) or §(DOWN) ¶...

  • Page 68

    From Remote À(UP) or §(DOWN) ¶ • (LEFT) or (RIGHT) Set V1 line output usage - V1 output is normally set up as a tape loop. The V1 and Zone 1 (A) outputs are the current source (V2, TV, CD, DVD, etc.) except when the current selection is V1. When V1 is selected as the source, the Zone 1 (A) output is V1 and the V1 output is off.

  • Page 69: Zone 2 (b) Setup

    automatically sets the surround mode to full 7.1 channel operation (or as many as permitted by your speaker setup) whenever a Dolby Digital or DTS bitstream is detected regardless of what surround mode you have selected. For example, load your CD changer with a normal PCM CD, a DTS CD, and another normal PCM CD and select audio mode SURROUND 3 (see AUDIO MODES above).

  • Page 70

    cause confusion between your processor’s internal Zone 2 (B) volume controls and your in-wall controls. WARNING - Setting Zone 2 (B) LEVEL CONTROL to FIXED will cause your processor to immediately send its maximum Zone 2 (B) volume to your second zone (if Zone 2 (B) is on). Turn down your in-wall volume controls before making this change.

  • Page 71

    Zone ID), which allows independent command and control of the processor’s Zones A and B. Set the desired zone ID number for use with Zone B (default 2). You may not set the Zone B zone ID to the same setting as Zone A (default 1) or vice versa.

  • Page 72

    1 (A) source selections. In operation, whenever a source selection is detected (remote, front panel or RS-232) on Zone 1 (A), source linkage will cause the source to be selected on both zones. Independent source selection is still available with Zone 2 (B) remote control, but any Zone 1 (A) source selection supersedes the previous Zone 2 (B) selection.

  • Page 73: Power On Titles, Control Outputs

    Your processor’s control outputs allow you to control up to 4 external devices such as power amplifiers, projection screens, etc. Each control output can be programmed on (a source of 12VDC @ 50 mA) or off (0 VDC) depending on which source is selected. They may also be set to headphone listening, remote repeater or RS-232 (see BKC-DIP documentation).

  • Page 74: Setup Control Out 1, Setup Control Out 2

    Control out 1 is dedicated to Zone 1 (A) it can be programmed to be on or off for each source. For example you may wish to use the control out to pull down a projection screen for your V1 and DVD sources but roll it up for Tuner and CD.

  • Page 75: Setup Control Out 3, Setup Control Out 4

    CONTROL OUT SETUP 1 Control Out 1 2 Control Out 2 3 Control Out 3 3 Control Out 3 4 Control Out 4 next item MENU advanced setup CONTROL OUT 3 From Remote From Front Panel À(UP) or §(DOWN) (UP) or (DOWN) SEL or ENTER (ENTER) À(UP) or §(DOWN)

  • Page 76: Security Options

    Advanced Security options allow you to hide the ADVANCED SYSTEM SETUP menu to prevent inadvertent changes to advanced system settings. This menu also allows you to lock your preset and system setup settings to prevent inadvertent reprogramming. Advanced Menu Visibility - If you select Advanced Menu Visible then you can return to this menu directly by entering MAIN MENU and selecting System Setup and then Advanced (refer to SETUP).

  • Page 77

    RS-232 computer interface. Note if you inadvertently lock the front panel, simultaneously pressing SLEEP, UP and DOWN on the front panel will always enter the advanced security options to allow changing these settings. From Remote From Front Panel À(UP) or §(DOWN) (UP) or (DOWN) ¶...

  • Page 78: Dsp Usage, Rs-232 Control Port

    RS-232 Control Port Configure the advanced computer interface control port on your processor. For further information concerning RS- 232 operation, see BKC-DIP for the computer interface protocol, and the AVR507 and Reference 50 device specific appendixes. RS-232 port setup -...

  • Page 79

    From Remote From Front Panel À(UP) or §(DOWN) (UP) or (DOWN) ¶ • VOLUME KNOB (LEFT) or (RIGHT) RS-232 echo - From Remote From Front Panel À(UP) or §(DOWN) (UP) or (DOWN) ¶ • VOLUME KNOB (LEFT) or (RIGHT) RS-232 update - From Remote From Front Panel À(UP) or §(DOWN)

  • Page 80: Factory Reset

    From Remote From Front Panel À(UP) or §(DOWN) (UP) or (DOWN) ¶ • VOLUME KNOB (LEFT) or (RIGHT) RS-232 transmit ID - From Remote From Front Panel À(UP) or §(DOWN) (UP) or (DOWN) ¶ • VOLUME KNOB (LEFT) or (RIGHT) MENU MENU MENU...

  • Page 81: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE No sound, display 1. Power cord not plugged in. will not light 2. Power off at AC source. 3. Power switch off. 4. AC power inlet fuse blown or faulty. * No sound, display 1. Processor in mute 2.

  • Page 82: A/v System Controller Specifications

    2 V in, 1.5 V out (0dB) Maximum Output Level: 3 / 6 V Unbal / Bal Signal to Noise Ratio: 98 dB CCIR 2 k Weighted Input Impedance: 50 k Ohms Output Impedance: 221 Ohms Noise Test Reference Level: 46 mV Surround Outputs...

  • Page 83: Limited Warranty, Returning Equipment

    B & K Components Ltd., referred to herein as B & K, warrants your B & K equipment against all defects in material and workmanship for a period of five years from the date of purchase. This warranty applies only to the original purchaser and only to equipment in normal residential use and service.

  • Page 84: Notes

    NOTES...

  • Page 85: Rear Panel Enlarged View

    REAR PANEL ENLARGED VIEW...

  • Page 86: The Osd Menu System A

    SETUP MUSIC MODES 1 NEO:6 2 DPL II 3 DPL II adjust rear MENU main menu 4 DPL II Panorama Reference 50 next item Version 1.00 0000012345 ADVANCED SYSTEM SETUP 1.02.01 1 Zone 1 LM72146 2 Zone 2...

  • Page 87: The Osd Menu System B

    THE OSD MENU SYSTEM B SETUP SPEAKER SIZE 1 Front Large 2 Center Small THX 3 Surround Small THX 4 Surround Back None 5 Subwoofer Yes THX 6 THX Ultra 2 Sub next item adjust MENU speaker setup SPEAKER LOCATION feet Left Center Right Front...

  • Page 88: Www.bkcomp.com

    WWW.BKCOMP.COM B&K Components, Ltd. 2100 Old Union Road Buffalo, New York 14227 Phone: 716 – 656 - 0026...

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