SPEAKER OUTPUT LEVELS
Select "TEST DSP" to match the output levels of the front effect speakers to the main speakers.
• You cannot enter the TEST DSP mode if "1F FRONT EFCT SP" is set to "NONE".
Press TEST repeatedly.
"TEST DSP" appears on the video monitor and front panel
The test tone is produced alternately from the front effect
speakers and main speakers. The tone is produced for 2.5
seconds each time. Press
effect L speaker (FRONT L), and
the front effect R speaker (FRONT R).
Adjust VOLUME +/– so you can hear the test tone.
• If the test tone cannot be heard, turn down the volume, set
this unit in the standby mode and check the speaker connec-
Press +/– repeatedly to adjust the output level of the
front effect speakers so that the output level coming
from each speaker is the same.
The front effect speaker level can be adjusted in the range of
–10 to +10 dB. Test tone is output only from the front effect
• Main L/R speaker level cannot be adjusted.
to hear the test tone from the front
to hear the test tone from
Press TEST to close TEST DSP.
The test tone stops and the DSP program name appears on the
front panel display and the video monitor.
• The tonal quality of the speakers can be adjusted using the "6
CINEMA EQ" item in the SET MENU (see pages 56 and 57).
• If the sound volume of the front effect speakers is lower than
that of the main speakers, even after you have increased the
output level up to +10 dB, set the "1G MAIN LEVEL" item
in the SET MENU to "–10dB". Setting the "1G MAIN
LEVEL" item to "–10dB" decreases the main speaker output
level to about one-third of the normal level. After you set the
"1G MAIN LEVEL" item in the SET MENU to "–10dB",
repeat the "TEST DOLBY SUR." procedure on the previous