Yamaha DSP-A595 Owner's Manual: Adjustments Before Using This Unit

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ADJUSTMENTS BEFORE USING THIS UNIT

SELECTING THE OUTPUT MODES
This unit provides you the following five functions to determine the method of distributing output signals to speakers suitable for
your audio system. When speaker connections are all completed, select a proper position on each function to make the best use of
your speaker system. (See "ADJUSTMENTS IN THE 'SET MENU' MODE" on page 35)
1. CNTR (CENTER SPEAKER) 2. REAR (REAR SPEAKER)
4. BASS (LFE/BASS OUT)
DESCRIPTION OF EACH FUNCTION
1. CNTR (CENTER SPEAKER)
Choices: LARGE/SMALL/NONE
Preset position: LARGE
LARGE: Select this position when your center speaker is
approximately the same size as the main speakers.
SMALL: Select this position when you use a center speaker
that is smaller than the main speakers.
In this position, low bass signals (below 90 Hz) at the
center channel are output from the main speakers (or
the SUBWOOFER OUTPUT terminal if the SMALL
position is selected on "3. MAIN" and the SW position
is selected on "4. BASS").
NONE:
Select this position when you do not have a center
speaker. The center channel sound will be output
from the left and right main speakers.
2. REAR (REAR SPEAKER)
Choices: LARGE/SMALL
Preset position: LARGE
LARGE: Select this position if your rear speakers have a high
ability for bass reproduction, or a subwoofer is
connected to the rear speaker in parallel.
In this position, full range signals are output from the
rear speakers.
SMALL: Select this position if your rear speakers do not have
a high ability for bass reproduction.
In this position, low bass signals (below 90 Hz) at the
rear channels are output from the SUBWOOFER
OUTPUT terminal (or the main speakers if the MAIN
position is selected on "4. BASS").
3. MAIN (MAIN SPEAKER)
Choices: LARGE/SMALL
Preset position: LARGE
LARGE: Select this position if your main speakers have a
high ability for bass reproduction.
In this position, full range signals present at the main
channels are output from the main speakers.
SMALL: Select this position if your main speakers do not
have a high ability for bass reproduction. However, if
your system does not include a subwoofer, do not
select this position.
In this position, low bass signals (below 90 Hz) at the
main channels are output from the SUBWOOFER
OUTPUT terminal if the SW or BOTH position is
selected on "4. BASS".
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3. MAIN (MAIN SPEAKER)
4. BASS (LFE/BASS OUT)
Choices: SW/MAIN/BOTH
Preset position: SW
MAIN:
Select this position if your system does not include a
subwoofer.
In this position, full range signals present at the main
channels, signals from the LFE channel and other
low bass signals that are selected on "1. CNTR" to
"3. MAIN" to be distributed from other channels are
output from the main speakers.
SW/BOTH:
Select either the SW or BOTH position if your
system includes a subwoofer.
In either position, signals at LFE channel and other
low bass signals that are selected on "1. CNTR" to
"3. MAIN" to be distributed from other channels are
output from the SUBWOOFER OUTPUT terminal.
When the LARGE position is selected on "3. MAIN",
in the SW position, no signal is distributed from the
main channels to the SUBWOOFER OUTPUT
terminal, however in the BOTH position, low bass
signals from the main channels are output to both of
the main speakers and the SUBWOOFER OUTPUT
terminal.
5. M.LVL (MAIN LEVEL)
Choices: NORMAL (NRML)/–10 dB
Preset position: NORMAL (NRML)
NORMAL (NRML):
Normally select this position.
–10 dB:
Select this position if the sound output from the main
speakers is too loud and cannot be balanced with
the sound output from the center and rear speakers.
In this position, the sound output from the main
speakers is attenuated.
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