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Yamaha DSP-AX1 Owner's Manual: Speaker Set (1a. Center Sp To 1g. Main Level)

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1. SPEAKER SET (1A. CENTER SP to 1G. MAIN LEVEL)

Use this feature to select suitable output modes for your speaker configuration. You must set the output mode when you use a subwoofer.
1A. CENTER SP (Center Speaker Mode)
By adding a Center speaker to your speaker configuration, the DSP-AX1 can provide good dialogue localization for many listeners and
superior synchronization of sound and images. The OSD shows a large, small or no center speaker depending on how you set this item.
The initial setting is "LRG".
Select the "LRG" (Large) setting if you have a large Center speaker. The entire range of Center channel signals is sent
to the Center speaker.
Select the "SML" (Small) setting if you have a small Center speaker. Center channel low frequency signals of 90 Hz
and below are directed to the speakers selected with the 1E. LFE/BASS OUT item (see page 40).
Select the "NONE" setting if you do not have a Center speaker. All of the Center channel signals are directed to the
left and right Main speakers. The "NONE" position provides good dialogue localization for the person sitting in the
main listening position.
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1B. MAIN SP (Main Speaker Mode)
The display shows small or large Main speakers depending on how you set this item. The initial setting is "LARGE".
Select the "LARGE" setting if you have large Main speakers. The entire range of left and right Main channel signals is
directed to the left and right Main speakers.
Select the "SMALL" setting if you have small Main speakers. The Main channel low frequency signals of 90 Hz and
below are directed to the speakers selected with the 1E. LFE/BASS OUT item (see page 40).
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Note:
• When you select the "MAIN" setting for the 1E. LFE/BASS OUT item, the Main channel low frequency signals of 90 Hz and below are directed
to the Main speakers even if you select the "SMALL" setting for the Main speaker mode. In this case, the OSD shows large Main speakers.
1C. REAR L/R SP (Rear Speaker Mode)
The OSD shows large, small or no Rear speakers depending on how you set this item. The initial setting is "LRG".
Select the "LRG" setting if you have large left and right Rear speakers or if you use a Rear Subwoofer (see page 22).
The entire range of Rear channel signals is sent to the left and right Rear speakers.
Select the "SML" setting if you have small left and right Rear speakers. Rear channel low frequency signals of 90Hz
and below are directed to the speakers selected with the 1E. LFE/BASS OUT item (see page 40).
Select the "NONE" setting if you do not have Rear speakers.
• In this case, Rear Center speaker will automatically be set to "NONE" and the 1D. REAR CT SP item will be skipped.
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