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Description of ONKYO TXDS696 Service Manual

Complete service manual in digital format (PDF File). Service manuals usually contains circuit diagrams, printed circuit boards, repair tips, wiring diagrams, block diagrams and parts list. Service Manual ( sometimes called Repair Manual ) is used mainly by technicians.

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SEND/LEARN indicator This indicator acts as a guide when commands are programmed into or sent by the remote controller. It also warns the user when an error is made or battery power is low. ON/STDBY button ON: Turns on the TX-DS696. STDBY: Places the TX-DS696 in the standby state. Be aware that pressing the STDBY button only places the TXDS696 in standby and does not turn the power completely off. SLEEP button Sets the sleep function. The SLEEP button enables you to set the TX-DS696 to turn off automatically after a specified time period. DIRECT MACRO button For executing and programming the Direct Macro function. MODE buttons and indicators For selecting the component to be operated by the remote controller. When a MODE button is pressed, it will light green for 8 seconds. The selected MODE button will also light whenever any other operation button is pressed to tell you which mode the remote controller is in. RETURN button For entering the selected setting and returning to the previous menu. CH/DISC button When in the RCVR mode, for selecting a tuner preset channel. For selecting the disc to be played back for components with disc changers when in the DVD or CD modes. CH SEL/TOP MENU button CH SEL: For selecting the speaker for level adjustment when in the RCVR mode. Used together with the LEVEL / buttons. TOP MENU: When in the DVD mode, for displaying the menu screen(s) recorded on DVD media. AUDIO/A/TV/VCR button AUDIO/A: For selecting the audio input signal. The setting changes from âAUTOâ to âMultichâ to âAnalogâ and back each time this button is pressed. TV/VCR: Must be preprogrammed for use in the TV and VCR modes. LEVEL /ANGLE and LEVEL /SUBTITLE buttons LEVEL / : Select the speaker whose volume is to be adjusted using the CH SEL button and adjust the volume using the LEVEL / buttons in the RCVR mode. ANGLE: When in the DVD mode, for selecting a camera angle when a DVD-Video is recorded with multiple angle playback. SUBTITLE: When in the DVD mode, for selecting one of the subtitle languages recorded on a DVD-Video. CD/TAPE/DVD/MD operation buttons For operating Onkyo components connected to the TX-DS696. INPUT SELECTOR buttons Selects an input source. Same as the input selector buttons on front panel of the TX-DS696. The input source for each buttons is given here. DVD:DVD, CD:CD, V1:VIDEO1, V2:VIDEO2, V3:VIDEO3, V4:VIDEO4, T1:TAPE, T2:Not used with the TX-DS696, TUN:FM/AM, PH:PHONO. Numeric key/Listening mode selector/SP A, B/ Re-EQ/DISPLAY/DIMMER buttons 1 to 9, +10, --/---, 0: For entering the number of a track. STEREO, DIRECT, DSP / , SURR, A.ST: You can select a listening mode. Re-EQ: Depending on the listening mode, you can turn the cinema re-equalization function on or off. SP A, SP B: Not used with the TX-DS696. DISPLAY: For changing the display in the front display. DIMMER: Adjusts the display brightness. There are three settings available: normal, dark and very dark. LIGHT button For illuminating the buttons of the remote controller. This is button is useful when using the remote controller in dark locations. When pressed, the buttons on the remote controller light green. The button for the mode currently selected lights brighter than the rest. MODE MACRO button For executing and programming the Macro function. SETUP button For displaying and quitting the Setup menu. ENTER/cursor button When selecting items in the Setup menu, press the upper and lower portions to select item, press the right and left portions to select parameter values or modes, and press ENTER to select item. VOL button For adjusting the volume. TEST/MENU button TEST: Outputs a test tone for setting speaker levels. Use this button in conjunction with the LEVEL / and CH SEL buttons to calibrate the speakers levels without entering the Setup menu. When TEST button is pressed, the test noise (pink noise) is output. Use the LEVEL / buttons to increase or decrease the sound level. Use the CH SEL button to change from speaker to speaker. MENU: When in the DVD mode, this button displays the DVD menu. MUTING/M button Activates the mute function. ZONE 2/SEARCH/ENTER button ZONE 2: When in the RCVR mode, press this button to perform operations on the remote zone (Zone 2). SEARCH: When in the DVD mode, for finding the specific section on a disc where you want to start playback. ENTER: When in the MD mode, for confirming the selection.



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