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    We Want You Listening For A Lifetime Yamaha and the Electronic Industries Association’s Consumer Electronics Group want you to get the most out of your equipment by playing it at a safe level. One that lets the sound come through loud and clear without annoying blaring or distortion –...

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    Modifications not expressly approved by following measures: Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product. Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference.

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    MOISTURE. may cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury. Yamaha will not be held responsible for any damage CAUTION resulting from use of this unit with a voltage other than Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.

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    • Do not throw away batteries with general house waste; If the power cable is disconnected from the AC wall dispose of them correctly in accordance with your local outlet, the DRX-730 will save the radio presets and regulations. other settings for at least 1 week.

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    DivX, DivX Ultra Certified, and associated logos are trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under license. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #’s: 5,451,942; 5,956,674;...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Music player playback ....43 Turning on the DRX-730 ....16 iPod playback .

  • Page 8: Introduction

    • Timer function • On-screen display (OSD) • Full-function remote control • Optical digital output 1. The DRX-730 can play MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, and JPEG files stored on CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, and ® DVD+R/RW discs or USB storage devices, and DivX WMV files stored on CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, and DVD+R/RW discs.

  • Page 9: Front Panel

    STANDBY/ON PORTABLE PHONES STANDBY/ON USB port Sets the DRX-730 to on or standby (see page 16). Used to connect a USB storage device containing music or picture files (see page 45). Open/Close ( ) PORTABLE jack Opens and closes the disc tray (see page 23).

  • Page 10: Display

    PRESET TIMER Lights up when selecting radio presets (see page 39). Lights up when the DRX-730 is on and the timer is on (see page 42). STEREO TUNED Lights up when listening to an FM station in stereo (see page 36).

  • Page 11: Rear Panel

    MAINS (power cable) DOCK Connect the power cable to an AC wall outlet (see An optional Yamaha iPod universal dock (YDS-10 or page 15). YDS-11) or a Yamaha YBA-10 Bluetooth Wireless Audio Receiver can be connected here (see pages 43 HDMI output and 47).

  • Page 12: Remote Control

    Transmits control signals to the DRX-730 (see page 8). This section provides a brief description of the remote control’s buttons. B STANDBY/ON ( Sets the DRX-730 to on or standby (see page 16). C Number buttons Enter numbers. STANDBY/ON OPEN/CLOSE D SUBTITLE (BLUETOOTH OFF) •...

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    Sets the sleep timer (see page 20). DIMMER OPEN/CLOSE ( ) Dims the DRX-730’s display (see page 20). Opens and closes the disc tray (see page 23). ON SCREEN Displays information about the currently playing disc on the connected TV.

  • Page 14: Getting Started

    Insert the supplied batteries into the battery meters (20 feet). When using the remote control, compartment with the correct polarity point it toward the DRX-730’s remote control sensor, (+ and –). which is next to the display, see below. Notes: •...

  • Page 15: Connecting Speakers

    Chapter 2: Getting Started Connecting speakers Connect the NX-E700 speakers to the DRX-730 as shown below. Right speaker Left speaker Speaker cables DRX-730 MAINS HDMI CLASS 2 WIRING UNBAL. CABLAGE CLASSE 2 SPEAKER VIDEO COMPONENT SUBWOOFER OPTICAL SPEAKERS DOCK VIDEO OUT...

  • Page 16: Connecting A Powered Subwoofer

    Red: positive (+) Black: negative (–) Notes: • Do not connect the power cables to the DRX-730 and powered subwoofer until all other connections have been completed. • The SUBWOOFER OUT jack outputs the low- frequency sounds of a downmix created from all...

  • Page 17: Connecting Antennas

    Site the antenna away from the DRX-730, speaker cables, and power cables. Notes: • Do not connect the power cable to the DRX-730 until all other connections have been completed. • Before deciding where to install the antennas permanently, tune in to an AM or FM radio station and adjust the position of the AM or FM antenna, respectively, to find the best reception.

  • Page 18: Connecting A Tv

    Component video connection If your TV supports component video but not HDMI, You can connect the DRX-730 to a TV by using any you can connect the DRX-730 to your TV with a one of four different connection types: HDMI, component video cable.

  • Page 19: Hdmi Connection

    * If your HDMI-compatible TV does not support the above resolutions, the picture may not display correctly. * The DRX-730 is designed to be connected to an HDMI component. If it’s connected to a DVI component, normal operation may not be possible depending on the DVI...

  • Page 20: Connecting A Recorder (cdr, Mdr, Etc.)

    DIGITAL Optical cable See “Recording” on page 49 for more details. (sold separately) Notes: • Do not connect the power cable to the DRX-730 OPTICAL DIGITAL until all other connections have been completed. • Turn off the recording component before AV receiver/decoder connecting it to the DRX-730.

  • Page 21: Connecting The Power Cable

    Chapter 2: Getting Started Connecting the power cable Once you’ve completed all of the other connections, connect the power cable to an AC wall outlet. Connect to MAINS HDMI an AC wall outlet CLASS 2 WIRING CABLAGE CLASSE 2 SPEAKER SUBWOOFER SPEAKERS...

  • Page 22: General Functions

    Front panel STANDBY/ON 4. Press repeatedly to select AUX or PORTABLE. 5. Optional Yamaha iPod universal dock (YDS-10 or YDS-11) You can also set the DRX-730 to on or standby by required. using STANDBY/ON on the DRX-730. 6. Optional Yamaha YBA-10 Bluetooth Wireless Audio Receiver required.

  • Page 23: Adjusting The Volume

    Front panel VOLUME control MUTE You can also adjust the volume by using the VOLUME control on the DRX-730. To unmute the sound, press MUTE again. “MUTE OFF” appears on the display and the MUTE indicator goes off.

  • Page 24: Adjusting The Bass And Treble

    Chapter 3: General Functions Adjusting the bass and treble Adjusting the balance You can adjust the bass and treble to change the tone You can adjust the left and right sound balance. as you like. MENU TOP MENU PRESET MENU TOP MENU PRESET INFO.

  • Page 25: Pure Direct Playback Mode

    DISPLAY Connect headphones with a mini plug to the To turn on Pure Direct playback mode, press PURE PHONES jack on the DRX-730’s front panel. DIRECT repeatedly until “PURE DIRECT ON” While headphones are plugged into the PHONES appears on the display.

  • Page 26: Adjusting The Display Brightness

    For example, when you want your room lighting. For example, you’re using the to enjoy a movie or some music until you fall asleep. DRX-730 in a darkened room and the display is too bright. VOLUME...

  • Page 27: Setting The Clock

    Chapter 3: General Functions Setting the clock Press ENTER. The time is set and the display stops flashing. To display the time or program the timer, you must first set the clock. Notes: • To switch between 12- and 24-hour clock, while the time is being displayed, use Left/Right ( / ).

  • Page 28: Viewing The Time

    You can view the time while listening to a source. To save energy and prevent screen burn, you can set the DRX-730 so that it automatically goes on standby after 30 minutes of inactivity when using the DVD or USB input source.

  • Page 29: Playing Discs

    TIMER SLEEP DIMMER DISPLAY • Pressing Open/Close ( ) on the DRX-730 while its on standby will turn it on, open the disc tray, and select the DVD input source, ready for disc playback.

  • Page 30: Pausing Playback

    Rewind and fast forward To stop playback, press Stop ( ). During playback, you can rewind or fast forward at You can also use Stop ( ) on the DRX-730 to stop various speeds. playback. If “RESUME” or “LAST MEMORY” appears on the To rewind, press Rewind ( ) during playback.

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    ENTER to select the track you want to play. earlier chapters or tracks. The following buttons can be used with menus. You can also use Next/Fast Forward ( ) and Previous/Rewind ( ) on the DRX-730 to Button Description select tracks. Displays the PBC menu when RETURN...

  • Page 32: Slow-motion Playback

    Chapter 4: Playing Discs Slow-motion playback Frame-by-frame playback ® ® You can play DVD-Video, VCD, SVCD, DivX , and You can play DVD-Video, VCD, SVCD, DivX , and WMV discs in slow motion at four different speeds. WMV discs frame-by-frame. You can also play You can also play DVD-Video discs in reverse slow DVD-Video discs frame-by-frame in reverse.

  • Page 33: Selecting Languages And Audio

    Chapter 4: Playing Discs Selecting languages and audio Selecting subtitles ® Some DVD discs have soundtracks in multiple Some DVD and DivX discs have subtitles in one or languages or audio formats, such as Dolby Digital and more languages that you can select during playback. DTS, that you can select during playback.

  • Page 34: Selecting Camera Angles

    Chapter 4: Playing Discs Selecting camera angles Zoom Some DVD-Video discs have content recorded at You can zoom the picture 2x or 4x when playing a ® multiple camera angles that you can select during DVD-Video, VCD, SVCD, DivX , WMV, or JPEG playback.

  • Page 35: Repeat Playback

    Chapter 4: Playing Discs Repeat playback A–B repeat playback You can play a title, chapter, track, or disc repeatedly. You can specify two points (A and B) on a DVD, VCD, SVCD, or Audio CD, and then play the section Repeat playback can be combined with program between those two points repeatedly.

  • Page 36: Random Playback

    Chapter 4: Playing Discs Random playback Program playback You can play titles or chapters (DVD-Video) or tracks You can create a program of your favorite titles, (VCD, SVCD, or Audio CD) in random order. chapters, or tracks for playback. BLUETOOTH ZOOM ON SCREEN AUDIO...

  • Page 37: Searching Discs

    • The program will be deleted when the disc is MANUAL ejected, an input source other than DVD is TUNER BAND selected, or the DRX-730 is turned off. • Program playback cannot be used with DVD-VR During playback, press SETUP. ® (VR mode DVD-R/RW/R DL), DivX , WMV, The Setup menu appears on-screen.

  • Page 38: Playing Jpeg Slideshows

    • Large pictures take longer to load and may not ZOOM BLUETOOTH appear immediately. AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE • On a single disc, the DRX-730 supports up to 299 PLAY MODE CLEAR folders, and each folder may contain a combination of up to 648 files and folders. TOP MENU MENU...

  • Page 39: Using Disc Navigator With Dvd-video

    Chapter 4: Playing Discs The following items are available for each disc type. Using Disc Navigator with DVD-Video, VCD, and SVCD Disc Item discs Title DVD-Video Chapter You can use Disc Navigator to browse and select titles, Track chapters, and tracks on DVD, VCD, and SVCD discs. VCD, SVCD Time Original: Title...

  • Page 40: Using Disc Navigator With Mp3, Wma

    Chapter 4: Playing Discs Using Disc Navigator with MP3, To play the selected track, file, or folder, press ® ENTER. WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, DivX If you selected an MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, WMV, and JPEG discs ® DivX , or WMV file, starting with that file, all of You can use Disc Navigator to browse and select MP3, the files in the same folder will be played.

  • Page 41: Viewing Disc Information

    To hide the information, press ON SCREEN repeatedly until it disappears. Possible audio formats are listed below. Some information, such as remaining disc time, is Display Description also displayed on the DRX-730’s display. PCM (DVD-Video disc) Dolby D Dolby Digital (DVD-Video disc) MPEG2 MPEG2 (DVD-Video disc)

  • Page 42: Using The Tuner

    You can tune in to radio stations automatically or manually. Tuner display indicators The following display indicators are used for tuning and presetting radio stations. Auto tuning In Auto Tuning mode, the DRX-730 searches for radio stations automatically. PRESET STEREO AUTO TUNED MEMORY A1 FM 100.1 MHz...

  • Page 43: Manual Tuning

    The frequency will change continuously if you keep your finger on the button. Press STANDBY/ON. The frequency step is set and the DRX-730 goes Note: on standby. Press STANDBY/ON again to turn it • Only mono reception is possible in Manual back on.

  • Page 44: Using Presets

    8 stations (1–8) in each bank. Presets can be stored automatically or manually. TOP MENU MENU PRESET Auto presetting INFO. ENTER ENTER In Auto Presetting mode, the DRX-730 presets all of RETURN SETUP the radio stations available in your area automatically. VOLUME MEMORY AUTO/ MANUAL MEMORY...

  • Page 45: Selecting Presets

    Chapter 5: Using the Tuner Selecting presets Once you’ve preset a radio station, you can tune in to it simply by selecting the appropriate preset. STANDBY/ON OPEN/CLOSE Number buttons ZOOM ON SCREEN BLUETOOTH AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE PLAY MODE CLEAR TOP MENU MENU PRESET INFO.

  • Page 46: Using The Timer

    INPUT control on the DRX-730 to Notes: select the input source. • The DRX-730’s clock must be set in order to If you selected TUNER, use Up/Down ( / ) to program the timer (see page 21).

  • Page 47: Setting The On Time

    Chapter 6: Using the Timer Setting the on time Setting the off time You can set the time at which you want the DRX-730 You can set the time at which you want the DRX-730 to turn on and start playback.

  • Page 48: Turning The Timer On And Off

    DRX-730 is on standby by simply pressing TIMER. • When the timer is on, if the DRX-730 is on, the TIMER indicator on the display lights up. If it’s on standby, the TIMER LED on the front panel lights...

  • Page 49: Portable Device Playback

    DOCK jack, you can enjoy the music stored on your iPod through the DRX-730’s speakers in high quality. Music player playback You can also use the DRX-730’s remote control to control your iPod. In addition, the DRX-730 will You can connect a music player to the PORTABLE recharge your iPod while you enjoy your music.

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    Press again to select earlier tracks. DOCK Menu navigation The following DRX-730 remote control buttons can Lights up when an iPod is seated in the Yamaha dock. be used to navigate iPod menus. PLAYLISTS Button Description Lights up when browsing playlists.

  • Page 51: Usb Playback

    If the device is not a USB storage device, Most of the disc playback functions explained in the do not use it with the DRX-730. If the USB storage “Playing Discs” chapter on page 23 can also be used device came with its own power adapter, use it to with USB storage devices.

  • Page 52: Playing A Jpeg Slideshow

    Next ( ), and Previous ( ) will control the • On a single USB storage device, the DRX-730 slideshow, not music playback. supports up to 299 folders, and each folder may • Disc Navigator only plays the files in the current contain a combination of up to 648 files and folder.

  • Page 53: Bluetooth Playback

    Chapter 7: Portable Device Playback Bluetooth pairing Bluetooth playback Before you can use a Bluetooth device with the DRX-730, you must pair, or register it with the With an optional Yamaha YBA-10 Bluetooth Wireless Yamaha YBA-10. Audio Receiver connected to the DRX-730’s DOCK jack, you can enjoy the music stored on your Press DOCK to select the DOCK input source.

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    Bluetooth device when a disconnection is initiated on that device, communication becomes impossible because the device is too far away, or the DRX-730 is set to standby. • The Bluetooth device will not be disconnected when a different input source is selected on the DRX-730.

  • Page 55: Recording

    Chapter 8: Recording You can connect a recording component, such as a CDR, MDR, or casette recorder, to the DRX-730 for recording and playback. Connect your recording component to the DRX-730. See “Connecting a recorder (CDR, MDR, etc.)” on page 14 for details.

  • Page 56: Audio Settings And Video Adjust

    Chapter 9: Audio Settings and Video Adjust This chapter explains the Audio Settings and Video Audio DRC Adjust menus. The Audio DRC (Dynamic Range Control) function makes loud sounds quieter and quiet sounds louder, which is ideal for watching movies late at night when Audio Settings menu you don’t want to disturb anyone.

  • Page 57: Video Adjust Menu

    Chapter 9: Audio Settings and Video Adjust Sharpness Video Adjust menu Adjusts the sharpness of edges in the picture. The Video Adjust settings affect the TV picture. • Fine, Standard (default), Soft. Brightness Adjusts the brightness of the picture. TOP MENU MENU PRESET •...

  • Page 58: Initial Settings

    Chapter 10: Initial Settings This chapter explains the Initial Settings menu. Digital Audio Out settings Digital Out Initial Settings menu Turns the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT on and off. • On (default): OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT is on. The Initial Settings menu contains digital audio output, video, language, display, and other settings.

  • Page 59: Video Output Settings

    • If you select Progressive inadvertently and your Video Output settings TV doesn’t support it, you may lose the picture altogether. In this case, connect the DRX-730 to a TV Screen TV with a composite video connection and Sets the aspect ratio of the picture output by the change the setting back to Interlace, or reset the analog and HDMI video outputs.

  • Page 60: Language Settings

    The HDMI Resolution is reset to its default setting and the DRX-730 goes on standby. Press • With some DVD-Video discs, you can select the STANDBY/ON again to turn it back on. The soundtrack language from a menu.

  • Page 61: Parental Lock

    • On (default): Subtitles are displayed by default if to restrict viewing. (See the disc’s case for details.) You available. can set the DRX-730 so that discs with a high parental • Off: Subtitles are not displayed by default. lock level cannot be played without first entering a password.

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    Select “Initial Settings,” and then press ENTER. restrict, for example, playback of discs with a parental The Initial Settings menu appears on-screen. level of 4 or higher, set the DRX-730 to level 3. Select “Options,” then “DivX(R) VOD,” then Select “Level Change,” and then press ENTER.

  • Page 63: Appendix

    CD player on the other. DVD+R DVD+RW DVD+R DL The DRX-730 can play the DVD side of DualDiscs. Since the CD layer does not conform to the Audio CD standard, some DualDiscs may not play. For more details about the DualDisc standard, please...

  • Page 64: Jpeg Files

    JPEG files • The DRX-730 is compatible with DVD+R/RW and DVD+R DL (Dual Layer) discs recorded with • The DRX-730 can play the following picture disc the following formats: DVD-Video. formats: Fuji Color CD, Kodak Picture CD. It can also play JPEG files stored on CD-R/RW discs and •...

  • Page 65: About Wma

    About WMV region number cannot be played. WMV, which stands for Windows Media Video, is a The region number for the DRX-730 can be found on video compression technology developed by its rear panel. The DRX-730 can only play discs with Microsoft Corporation.

  • Page 66: Looking After Discs

    Rental discs often have stickers or labels attached. Make sure there’s no glue jutting out from behind the label before playing such discs. • Do not load more than one disc in the DRX-730 at a time. • For more details on disc handling, refer to the...

  • Page 67: Looking After The Drx-730

    • Do not place anything on top of the DRX-730. TIMER HDMI PROGRESSIVE • Do not place the DRX-730 on top of your TV. And keep it away from components that are sensitive to magnetism, such as video recorders. VOLUME...

  • Page 68: Language, Country, And Region Lists

    Appendix Language, country, and region lists Language list Language (abbreviation), code number Japanese (ja), 1001 Bhutani (dz), 0426 Kirghiz (ky), 1125 Sinhalese (si), 1909 English (en), 0514 Esperanto (eo), 0515 Latin (la), 1201 Slovak (sk), 1911 French (fr), 0618 Estonian (et), 0520 Lingala (ln), 1214 Slovenian (sl), 1912 German (de), 0405...

  • Page 69: Troubleshooting

    Appendix Troubleshooting If you experience any issues while using the DRX-730, look them up in the following tables and try the suggested solution. If an issue is not listed, or you cannot resolve it yourself, contact your Yamaha dealer. General...

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    Appendix Issue Possible cause Solution The DRX-730 turned off The sleep timer was set. Turn the DRX-730 back on again. unexpectedly. The Auto Standby function Check the Auto Standby setting automatically set the DRX-730 to (see page 22). standby. One speaker is quieter than the...

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    Use only supported disc formats (see page 57). Condensation on the pickup lens. Wait for one to two hours for the When the DRX-730 is moved from condensation to evaporate, then try a cold environment to a warm one, again.

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    Appendix Issue Possible cause Solution The disc ejected as soon as it The loaded disc is not supported. Use only supported disc formats was loaded. (see page 57). The message “No Disc” is The disc is not properly set on the Place the disc, label-side up, in the displayed even though a disc is disc tray.

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    Move the antenna away from the close to the DRX-730. DRX-730, or try adjusting the direction of the antenna. The DRX-730 is too close to the Move the DRX-730 away from the TV, particularly if the noise occurs in the evening.

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    When playing a video on an The iPod is set to display video on a With the iPod seated in the Yamaha iPod, video playback does not iPod universal dock, set the iPod’s appear on the iPod’s display.

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    Issue Possible cause Solution The message “NO USB” or “USB The USB device is not compatible, Turn the DRX-730 off and on ERROR” is displayed. or the DRX-730 cannot supply again. enough power to the device for it to Set the DRX-730 to standby, function properly.

  • Page 76: Specifications

    Appendix Specifications Amplifier section DVD section • Minimum RMS output power per channel (20 kHz Factory LPF) • AUX OUT (6 Ω, 1 kHz, 0.9% THD)......... 20 W + 20 W Output level (1 kHz 0 dB) ..........2 V (±0.3) •...

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    NX-E700 Speaker System Systeme D’enceintes Lautsprecheranlage Sistema de altavoces OWNER’S MANUAL MODE D’EMPLOI BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES...

  • Page 78: Placing The Speakers

    Connect the (+) terminals on the receiver and speakers using the responsibility. red side. Connect the (–) terminals on both components using the YAMAHA shall not be liable for any accident caused by black side of the cable. improper placement or installation of speakers.

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    When using a banana plug Loosen Banana plug Tighten Black (–) Red (+) Red line 1 Remove the cover by pulling it toward you. 2 Tighten the terminal knob. 3 Insert the banana plug into the terminal. REMOVING THE FRONT COVER Speaker (R) Speaker (L) The front cover is fastened to the enclosure at four point and can be...

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