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Enjoying the Sound Effects
The surround sound of the DVD Receiver enables you to enjoy the presence of a movie theater or concert hall in your room. Before using any sound effect, make sure the Speaker Setup configurations have been set (see pages 26-28). The speaker configuration is very important for surround sound. See â€śConnecting Speakersâ€ť on page 17 and â€śPositioning Speakersâ€ť on page 18. Following are the sound systems the DVD Receiver can reproduce.
DOLBY DIGITAL Surround and DTS (Digital Theater System) Surround
Recommended speaker setup
Center Speaker Left front speaker Right front speaker
DOLBY PRO LOGIC II Surround
This is a 5-channel surround system of a new generation, bridging the gap between the previous 4-channel (Left/Right Front, Center and monaural surround channels) Pro Logic surround and 5.1-channel Dolby Digital surround. Dolby Pro Logic II provides a Movie mode optimized for viewing movies and a Music mode optimized for listening to music. In the Movie mode, the surround channel, which was monaural and based on narrow band, is reproduced in stereo so that the feeling of movement in the played movies is enhanced. In the Music mode, the surround channel reproduces natural sound field even with 2-channel music sources. The Movie mode allows you to enjoy VHS and DVD software carrying the marking as well as some of TV broadcast programs. The Music mode allows you to enjoy stereo music from CD, etc.
Subwoofer Left surround speaker Right surround speaker
This 5.1 channel digital surround format enables you to individually play five full-range (20Hzâ€“20kHz) channels (left and right front, center, and two surround channels) plus an LFE (Low Frequency Effect) channel for low-range effect sound. It will create a realistic sound like that heard in theaters and concert halls.
Integraâ€™s original Digital Signal Processing (DSP) modes
The DVD Receiver offers the following special Integra sound effects for sources other than Dolby Digital and DTS sounds.
DOLBY DIGITAL Surround
DVD videos that have the this system. mark are recorded using
To playback DOLBY DIGITAL Surround sound from connected equipment, you must make the digital connection in addition to the above speaker configuration.
This mode is suitable for classical and opera music. The center channel is cut and the surround channels are emphasized to widen the stereo image. It simulates a natural reverberation as created in a large hall.
DVD videos and audio CDs that have the mark are recorded using this system. To playback DTS Surround sound from connected equipment such as an LD player, you must make the digital connection in addition to the above speaker configuration.
Notes on DTS Surround
â€¢ If you play a DTS Surround encoded disc with the DVD Receiver, or a DTS encoded disc using a digitally connected player, you may hear a noise for a short while until the DTS decoder of the DVD Receiver recognizes the DTS encoded signal and starts operating. This is not a malfunction. â€¢ If you play a DTS Surround source in fast reverse or fast forward, pause, or skip a chapter or track, noise may be heard. This is not a malfunction. â€¢ Even when playback of the DTS Surround source stops and the DTS signal transmission ends, the DVD Receiver remains in DTS mode and the DTS indicator remains lit. This is to prevent noise when you pause, fast forward, fast reverse, or skip a chapter or track of the playback source. Therefore, if the source switches from the DTS signal to a PCM (2 channel digital stereo) signal suddenly, the PCM signal may not be played. In such a case, stop playback for about three seconds, then resume playback. â€¢ Some CD players (if connected to the DVD Receiver) and LD players may be unable to play DTS Surround sources correctly even if you connect the player to the DVD Receiver digitally. In such a case, the digital signals (such as the output level, sampling frequency, frequency response, etc.) processed by the DVD Receiver cannot be recognized as DTS data by the DVD Receiver and you may hear noise instead of the proper sound.
This mode is suitable for acoustic instrumental sounds, vocals, and jazz music. By emphasizing the front stereo image, it simulates the acoustics in front of the stage.
This mode is suitable for rock and popular music. Lively sounds with a powerful acoustic image will make you feel as if you are in a club.
This mode offers the realistic acoustics of a TV program being aired in the TV studio. It enhances the entire surround sound and clarity of conversation.
All Ch St (All Channel Stereo)
This mode is useful for background music. The front and surround channels will create a stereo image.
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