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Kenwood KRF-V7773D User Manual

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VR-4090/VR-4080
KRF-V7773D
B60-4645-10 01 CH (K,P,T,M,X,Y) OC 9911

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  • Page 1 VR-4090/VR-4080 KRF-V7773D B60-4645-10 01 CH (K,P,T,M,X,Y) OC 9911...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter One: Moving Around ... 1 What’s on the Front Panel of Your Kenwood Audio - Video Receiver? ... 2 What’s on the Remote Control unit? ... 4 LCD Indicators ... 6 How Do I Use Remote Control unit? ... 7 Remote controllable Range ...7...
  • Page 3 Operating a Television ... 28 Operating an AV Device ... 29 Operating a CD player ... 30 To play Kenwood 200-Disc CD Changer ... 30 Single or Rotary CD Player ... 32 CD-R Recorder ... 32 Operating an MD Recorder or Cassette Deck ... 33 Playing an Analog Turntable ...
  • Page 4: Chapter One: Moving Around

    Re- mote Control unit. It includes the following sections: What’s on the Front Panel of Your Kenwood Audio - Video Receiver? What’s on Remote Control unit? LCD indicators How Do I Use Remote Control unit?
  • Page 5: What's On The Front Panel Of Your Kenwood Audio-Video Receiver

    What’s on the Front Panel of Your Kenwood Audio- Video Receiver? 1. STANDBY indicator light 2. POWER ON/STANDBYkey (VR-4090/VR-4080) ON/STANDBY key (KRF-V7773D) 3. POWER ON / OFF switch (KRF-V7773D) 4. PHONES jack 5. SPEAKERS A/B key 6. INPUT MODE key 7.
  • Page 6 What’s on the Front Panel of Your Kenwood Audio-Video Receiver?, continued KRF-V7773D STANDBY POWER ON/STANDBY ON/STANDBY POWER -ON –OFF PHONES Keys behind the door 17. VOLUME CONTROL knob 18. INPUT SELECTOR key 19. Indicators CLIP INDICATOR PRO LOGIC 3 STEREO 20.
  • Page 7: What's On The Remote Control Unit

    Remote control What’s on Remote Control unit? 2WAY LCD REMOTE CONTROL UNIT Home Menu CONFIRM/SHIFT MACRO MUSIC MOVIE AV POWER SYS.POWER VOL. VOL. MUTE DIMMER INPUT MODE STATUS LISTEN M. SOUND SUB W. TITLE/GUIDE MENU TUNING BAND ENTER RETURN /PAGE /PAGE AUTO/MONO REC MODE...
  • Page 8 Remote control 15. Numeric keys (AV device control keys) 16. LCD cursor up/down keys 17. Input selector keys MUSIC: Audio device selector key MOVIE: Video device selector key TV: TV/video monitor selector key 18. SYS. POWER (Receiver power) key 19. VOL. (+/-) keys 20.
  • Page 9: How Do I Use Remote Control Unit

    The control distance of the RF remote signal is about 30 ft (10 meters) provided there is no obstacle. (KRF-V7773D) : IR signals are transmitted and received. • Do not install the receiver in a place where the receiver’s remote sen- sor is exposed to direct sunlight or high-frequency lighting (inverter type, etc.) fluorescent lamp.
  • Page 10: Chapter Two: Controlling The Receiver

    Do not block the remote control transceiver part of the Receiver or the transceiver part of the Remote Control unit. A momentary error is possible when the signal is interruped even momentarily during transmission and reception (for example by a person passing through the beam). In such a case, the most recent information will be displayed when CONFIRM/SIFT key on the Remote Control unit is pressed.
  • Page 11: Adjusting The Volume

    How Do I Adjust the Sound? Adjusting the Volume Use one of the following methods to adjust the volume. • Turn the VOLUME knob on the front panel of the receiver. SPEAKERS INPUT CD 2/TAPE 2 LISTEN fi MULTI fi P.CALL MEMORY AUTO...
  • Page 12: Adjusting The Loudness (Stereo Mode Only)

    How Do I Adjust the Sound? 5. Press the Next key (LCD function key 2). 6. The Treble setting menu appears. 7. Press the LCD cursor up/down ( ) key on Remote Control unit to select the desired tone level. Adjust in the range from +10 to -10.
  • Page 13: Adjusting Speaker Levels

    How Do I Adjust the Sound? Adjusting Speaker Levels You can use the Sound menu to temporarily adjust the speaker levels of your center speaker, surround speakers, and subwoofer. For example, if a particular movie has dialog that’s hard to understand, you can tempo- rarily increase the center channel volume just for that movie.
  • Page 14: Muting Sound

    How Do I Adjust the Sound? What are Listen Modes? You can experience true home-theater sound with your Kenwood Audio- Video Receiver. This receiver incorporates several listen modes to let you enjoy surround sound with a wide variety of program sources. Each pro- duces multiple channels of surround-sound, but each does it differently.
  • Page 15 How Do I Adjust the Sound? • Dolby Digital: Dolby Digital uses an encode/decode process based on its theatrical digital surround sound technology. The five main channels are full-frequency and independent, so sound can completely envelop you or soar anywhere in the room, just like at the movies. Compared with Dolby Pro Logic, Dolby Digital has more clarity, greater surround envelopment, and more realistic sound movement between channels.
  • Page 16: What Are Input Modes

    How Do I Adjust the Sound? The available surround modes may be restricted depending on the input signal. DTS, Dolby Digital and MPEG are only available if a DTS, Dolby Digital or MPEG signal is present at the digital input. Examples of inputs with which switching is available when the input signal is when the input signal is...
  • Page 17: Switching Input Modes

    How Do I Adjust the Sound? Switching Input modes To fully enjoy the sonic benefits of specially-encoded DVD AUDIO discs played on a compatible DVD player, you must set the receiver’s input to 6CH INPUT. When you are finished listening to analog media, set the receiver’s input back to FULL AUTO.
  • Page 18: Setting A Dsp Effect

    HDCH signals by connecting a CD player through digital connection, even if it does not incorporate the HDCD circuitry. D.R.I.V.E. is a KENWOOD original technology for reproducing signals with high resolution by instant switching of the internal digital adaptive filters according to the input signal. This receiver incorporate a high...
  • Page 19: Headphone Operation

    How Do I Adjust the Sound? Headphone Operation Insert the headphone plug into the receiver’s PHONES jack and adjust the listening level. VOLUME CONTROL STANDBY ON/STANDBY POWER -ON –OFF When listening through headphones, set SPEAKERS A and B to OFF. Selecting the Inputs Selecting the Inputs To select an input on the receiver:...
  • Page 20: How Do I Operate Devices

    How Do I Operate Devices? How Do I Operate Devices? Your Remote Control unit makes it easy for you to control the different devices connected to your receiver. Once AV devices are connected and identified by Remote Control unit , it can use the same remote control functions as the remotes originally pro- vided with the AV devices.
  • Page 21: Operating A Cd Player

    Operating a CD player Kenwood 200-Disc CD Changer Kenwood 200-Disc CD Changers have many different features that make them ideal complements to your Kenwood receiver. Some changer mod- els can store disc and track titles for all loaded discs, and then download this information to your receiver for display on Remote Control’s dis-...
  • Page 22: Single Or Rotary Cd Player

    How Do I Operate Devices? Single or Rotary CD Player 1. Select the CD input (see page 27). 2. Use Remote Control unit to perform same remote control operations as with the remote of the selected AV device. The available keys are variable depending on the AV device manufacturer and model.
  • Page 23: Playing An Analog Turntable

    How Do I Operate Devices? Playing an Analog Turntable To play an analog disk turntable: 1. Select the Phono input (see page 27). 2. Play an analog disk on the turntable. As this cannot be controlled from Remote Control unit, use the turntable controls. For detailed operating procedures of your AV device, refer to its instruc- tion manual.
  • Page 24 How Do I Operate Devices? To tune into a radio station: 1. Select the Tuner input (see page 27). 2. Select the FM or AM band. fi fi MULTI P.CALL MEMORY AUTO BAND CONTROL • Press the BAND key on the receiver •...
  • Page 25 How Do I Operate Devices? For U.K. and Europe Program Type Name Pop Music Rock Music Easy Music Light Classical Music Serious Classical Music Other Music Weather Finance Children’s programmes Social affaires Religion Phone in Travel Leisure Jazz Music Country Music National Music Oldies Music Folk Music...
  • Page 26: Recording

    How Do I Operate Devices? Recording To record audio/video: 1. Select the recording input source device such as a TV or tuner (see page 27). 2. Use Remote Control unit to select the channel and perform other required operations in the same way as with the remote of the se- lected AV device.
  • Page 27: How Do I Adjust The Lcd Display

    How Do I Adjust the LCD Display? How Do I Adjust the LCD Display? Using Remote Control unit under low light When using Remote Control unit under low light, the back light of the LCD display can be turned on. •...
  • Page 28: Executing Several Operations At Once (Macro Function)

    Executing Several Operations at Once (Macro function) Executing Several Operations at Once (Macro function) By registering several steps of remote control operations beforehand, these operations can be executed with a single operation. This function is re- ferred to as the macro function. The receiver can register up to three sets of macros.
  • Page 29: Chapter Three: Key Layout In Controlling Other Devices

    Chapter Three: Key Layout in Controlling Other Devices The remote control unit provided with the receiver can also control a variety of AV devices. As the functions of the keys are variable depending on the controlled device, it is recommended to control each device by referring to a function chart.
  • Page 30 CD Player Operation AV.POWER TUNING BAND ENTER AUTO/MONO : Pause Numeric keys (there may be certain F. Backward (0 to 9, +10, +100) devices which cannot be ¡ :F.Forward remote controlled by it.) Use with F.SHIFT key : TITLE/GUIDE : Play/Pause : Track Title : Stop : Skip (Reverse)
  • Page 31 MD Player Operation AV.POWER TUNING BAND ENTER AUTO/MONO 1 : F. Backward : Play ¡ : F.Forward : Pause : Stop REC : Record : Skip (Reverse) : Skip (Forward) Display keys 01 - 05 : Extend1 - 5 (there may be cer- tain devices which cannot be remote controlled by it.)
  • Page 32 VCR Operation TITLE/GUIDE MENU AV.POWER TUNING BAND ENTER RETURN /PAGE /PAGE AUTO/MONO ENTER : Enter : Play 5 : Cursor Up : Pause ∞ : Cursor Down : Stop 2 : Cursor Left 3 : Cursor Right : F Rewind MENU : F.
  • Page 33 TV Operation AV.POWER TUNING BAND ENTER AUTO/MONO ENTER : Enter : Mute 5 : Cursor Up : Volume (Down) ∞ : Cursor Down : Volume (Up) 2 : Cursor Left 3 : Cursor Right : Channel (Up) : Channel (Down) Display keys Display keys 09 - 13 : Extend1 - 5...
  • Page 34 Satellite tuner Operation TITLE/GUIDE MENU AV.POWER TUNING BAND ENTER RETURN /PAGE /PAGE AUTO/MONO ENTER : Enter : Channel (Up) 5 : Cursor Up : Channel (Down) ∞ : Cursor Down 2 : Cursor Left 3 : Cursor Right /PAGE : OSD Display keys 01 - 05 : Extend1 - 5 DSS Operation...
  • Page 35: Chapter Four: Troubleshooting

    “play” and “record” connections. For the VR-4090, VR-4080 and KRF-V7773D, you should also check your Remote Control unit settings carefully. Did you set the input to the correct component? (you can also check the front panel of the...
  • Page 36: Sound

    The CD2/TAPE2 MONITOR input has not been selected. (If it has, the CD2/TAPE2 MONITOR indicator on the receiver’s front panel will be lit). See “What’s on the Front Panel of Your Kenwood Audio - Video Receiver?” on page 2 of this manual.
  • Page 37: I Can't Hear Sound From Some Of My Laser Discs

    Sound I can’t hear sound from some of my laser discs Check that the disc contains a digital soundtrack (the disc’s cover will bear a “digital sound” logo). Some older laser discs contain only analog soundtracks. If the disc does not have a digital soundtrack, change the input type to Analog.
  • Page 38: The Rf Remote Control Function Does Not Work

    3. Plug it back in while pressing and holding the Power switch (you may need someone else to help you do this) (For KRF-V7773D) 1. Turn the receiver off. (The Power switch is OFF position.) 2. Press ON/STANDBY key while pressing and holding the Power switch.
  • Page 39: I Can't Receive A Radio Station

    Receiver/Tuner I can’t receive a radio station Check that: • The appropriate antenna is connected. See Chapter One of the Con- nections and Setup Guide. • The broadcast band is correct. See “Radio Tuning” on page 35 of this manual. •...
  • Page 40 Numerics 200-Disc CD Changer headphones operating ... 30 jack ... 3 playing CDs ... 30, 31 using ... 26 reading and storing disc titles 30 home-theater sound ... 17 adjusting Remote Control unit display Input Analog mode ... 21 ... 42 IR transmitters ...

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