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Using the Surround modes
5. Press the CENTER MODE button on the remote controller to select âNORMALâ or âPHANTOMâ. NORMAL: Select this mode if your system includes the Center speaker. PHANTOM: Select this mode if your system lacks the Center speaker. In this mode, you can hear the sound originally allocated to the Center channel from the Left and Right front speakers. Without the Center speaker, place the front speakers as close to the monitor TV as possible, making sure that the screen color on the monitor TV is not affected. 6. Set the proper delay time for your listening position and speaker placement (using the remote controller). The possible delay time settings are 15, 20, 25 or 30 ms. (For details, see âSetting the delay timeâ below.) 7. Adjust the output level of center speaker and surround speaker channel so that you hear the same sound volume from each speaker at the listening position(using the remote controller). You cannot change the output levels of the Left and Right front speakers. While listening to the test tone, adjust the output levels of other speakers. This adjustment is normally made from the listening position using the remote controller. 1 Press the TEST TONE button. The test tone starts sounding at the Left front speakers. After 2 seconds, the test tone sounds at the next speaker. â¢ When the Center Mode setting is âNORMALâ
CH SEL LEVEL
Left Front (TEST L) Left Surround (TEST LS)
Center (TEST C)
Right Front (TEST R) Right Surround (TEST RS)
â¢ When the Center Mode setting is âPHANTOMâ
Left Front (TEST L) Left Surround (TEST LS) Right Front (TEST R) Right Surround (TEST RS)
â¢ When the Surround Mode setting is âDOLBY 3 STEREOâ
Left Front (TEST L) Center (TEST C) Right Front (TEST R)
2 Adjust the output level using the LEVEL y/u buttons. The adjustment range is -12dB to +12dB. The test tone stays at the same speaker while the adjustment is in progress. You can select the speaker channel to adjust by using the CH SEL button on the remote controller. 3 Press the TEST TONE button again. The test tone stops sounding.
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Setting the delay time
âDelay timeâ is set according to the distance from the Center and Surround Speakers to the listening position.
â¢ In the DOLBY PRO LOGIC mode
Set the proper delay time for your listening position and speaker placement. Measure the distance from your listening position to the Center speaker (L1) and to the Surround speakers (L2). Then, choose the correct delay time in the table below according to the difference between L1 and L2.
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Assume, in the figure on the left, that the distance from the Center speaker to your listening position (L1) is 2 meters and the distance from the Surround speakers to your listening position (L2) is 3.5 meters. Since the difference between L1 and L2 is 1.5 meters, the table indicates that the correct delay time is 20 ms.
L1 - L2
Recommended delay time
Below 1 m 15 ms 1 to 2.5 m 20 ms 2.5 to 4 m 25 ms Over 4 m 30 ms Note: 1 ms = 1/1000 second (one millisecond)
â¢ In the HALL, LIVE, or ARENA mode
Set the delay time according to your taste while listening to the sound. The possible delay time settings are 15, 20, 25, 30, 40, 50 or 60 ms.