A QUICK LOOK AT THE REMOTE CONTROL
— Press to imme-
diately stifle the sound
the receiver's display
panel. To restore the
sound, press again.
— Press to select or to
control a desired component.
Press to make
selections in tuner mode (see "Us-
ing the Tuner" on Page 19). . . . In DVD/
CD mode, functions as skip ahead
or skip back.
J J J J
ý ý ý ý
— Selects AM or FM
band while using the tuner.
Functions as PLAY in DVD/CD
FM MODE/ ' ' ' '
— Selects FM mono or
stereo mode while using the tuner.
Functions as STOP in DVD/CD mode.
— Press to memorize the
desired station frequency in tuner
mode. Functions as PAUSE in
Press to enter a specific
desired sequence of CD tracks (see
"Programming Tracks" on Page 21).
Press to cycle through
repeat modes (see "Repeat Play" on
Press to "shuffle" or
play CD tracks in a random order (see
"Random Play" on Page 21).
The remote control may not work properly
• There are obstacles between the
remote control and the receiver's
• Direct sunlight or fluorescent light is
shining onto the remote sensor.
• The receiver is located near a device
that is emitting infrared rays.
• The receiver is operated
simultaneously with another infrared
— Press to progress to
the next DVD or CD loaded.
— Repeatedly press
to change the surround mode (see
"Changing the Sound Mode" on
TEST TONE — Turns on or off the test
tone function in DTS, DOLBY DIGITAL,
or PRO LOGIC mode. The test tone is
output from Front L speaker, Center
speaker, Front R speaker, Surround R
speaker, Surround L speaker, (Sub-
woofer speaker when Subwoofer is on).
— Press TONE as necessary
appears. Adjust the low
frequency level (BASS) with
You can also adjust high frequency
level (TREBLE) with
your settings, let TONE time out.
To let the receiver control the tone,
tone returns to the default settings.
— Press to set the sleep time.
— Selects and
deselects preset mode.
SPKR SET UP —
Press to enter cus-
tomized settings for the system speak-
ers (see "Setting up the Surround
Sound System" on Page 13).
(Graphic User Interface)
to access disc information and func-
tions (see "Using GUI Menu Icons" on
Page 16 and 21).
DVD SPECIAL FUNCTIONS:
See "Using a DVD Menu"
on Page 16.
See "Using a Title Menu"
on Page 16.
See "Viewing from
Another Angle" on
See "Zooming In" on
Soundtrack Language" on
See "Changing Subtitle
Language" on Page 17.
See "Playing in Slow-
Motion" on Page 15.
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