3. All sound field programs have two "sub-programs" (see "2-7.
DESCRIPTIONS OF THE SOUND FIELD PROGRAMS"). The sub-
programs are selected using the Parameter +/– keys on the remote
control unit. The CONCERT HALL 1 program, for example, contains
the sub-programs "Hall A in Europe" and "Hall B in Europe". When
the CONCERT HALL 1 program is first selected, the "Hall A in
Europe" sub-program will be selected and displayed on the front
panel. To select "Hall B in Europe", press the Parameter + or – key.
To return to Hall A in Europe, press the Parameter + or – key again.
The same selection procedure applies to all other programs.
(The sub program selection can also be done simply by pressing the
corresponding program select key on the remote control.)
When the monitor screen is used to display information for this
unit, you can also change the sub-program by using the Program
Select keys. If the display type is a full display, press the key of
the corresponding program once. If the display type is a simplified
display or no display, press the key twice.
CONCERT HALL 1
Hall A in Europe
CONCERT HALL 1
Hall B in Europe
2-5. MUTING THE EFFECT SOUND
The EFFECT switch on the front panel and the EFFECT ON/OFF
key on the remote control unit make it simple to compare the normal
stereo sound with the fully processed effect sound.
To mute the effect sound and monitor only the main sound, press
the EFFECT ON/OFF key or the EFFECT switch. Press the EFFECT
ON/OFF key or EFFECT switch a second time to restore normal
2-6. SUPERIMPOSED VIDEO
You can select program names and edit parameters watching
their data displayed on your video monitor screen and superimposed
over the video image as described on page 9.
1. Turn your monitor on, and press the ON SCREEN display key on
the remote control unit to call the full display mode.
2. The current program name and its parameters will be displayed
on the monitor screen. The arrow-shaped cursor points to the
currently selected parameter. Parameters are selected and edited
using the Parameter Select keys and +/– keys. (See page 42 for