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Yamaha DSP-AZ1 Owner's Manual: Speaker System Configurations

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The most complete speaker configuration consists of eight speakers: the left and right main speakers, a center speaker, the left and right rear
speakers, the left and right front effect speakers, and a rear center speaker. If you do not use eight speakers, you can direct the signals for
speakers that are not in your system to other speakers in your configuration. A subwoofer can be used with any of these configurations to
produce a fuller sound.
Front effect speaker (FL)
I 8-speaker configuration –full CINEMA-DSP–
When you reproduce feature film software, this configuration fully expresses the powerful and realistic sound qualities of 70 mm multitrack
audio. The dialogue is positioned as if it were coming from directly on the screen, the sound effect is positioned slightly behind the screen,
and the soundtrack music is positioned even further behind the screen to express the width and depth of the overall presentation. This
configuration makes the most of this unit's capability.
I 6-speaker configuration –Hi-Fi DSP–
This configuration is used the most for audio playback with Hi-Fi DSP. It does not position the dialogue sound as well as a 7- or 8-speaker
configuration. However, it creates a dynamic DSP (Digital Sound Field Processor) sound field which adds depth to the sound.
For this speaker configuration, change SET MENU item "1A CENTER SP" to "NONE" and "1D REAR CT SP" to "NONE".


TV (monitor)
1.5 – 1.8 m
(5 – 6 feet)
Center speaker (C)
Main speaker (L)
Speakers to be used
• Main L/R
• Center
• Rear L/R
• Front effect L/R
• Rear center
Speakers to be used
• Main L/R
• Rear L/R
• Front effect L/R
Front effect speaker (FR)
Main speaker (R)
Rear center speaker (RC)
Rear effect speaker (RL)
Rear effect speaker (RR)



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