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Exactly as described, the full user-manual (145 pages). Perfect.
44 Speaker Settings
The Player lets you adjust the speaker settings, volume balance, and delay time for your audio system.You only need to adjust the speaker settings if you used the Playerâs MULTICHANNEL AUDIO OUT jacks to connect the Player to a six-channel Receiver (Dolby Digital or DTS) as shown on
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Press SYSTEM MENU.
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Press 4 repeatedly to select G , then press 2.
Press 4 repeatedly to select Speakers, then press 2. Press 3 or 4 to select the speaker you want to adjust, then press 2. You can select Front L & R (left and right), Center, Surround L (left), Surround R (right), or Sub Woofer.The speaker you selected will be highlighted in the illustration at the right of the screen.
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Press 2 or 1 to select B, , or X. Then, press 3 or 4 to adjust the chosen setting.When you are finished, press OK to go back and select a different speaker. Repeat steps 4-5 until you are satisfied with all the speaker settings. q Choose B to increase or decrease the volume of the speaker. q Choose to adjust the frequency capabilities of your speakers. Select L (large) if the chosen speaker can handle low frequency signals below 120 Hz. Select S (small) if the speaker can not reproduce low frequency signals below 120 Hz. Select c (off) if you did not connect that speaker.Your choice will appear below the bar at the bottom of the screen. See your speakersâ literature for details on speaker capability. q Choose X to adjust the speaker delay time.You can adjust the delay time for only the Center and Surround speakers. If the surround speakers are about 150 centimeters nearer to the listening position than the front speakers, and the center speaker aligns with the front speakers, no adjustment is needed. If your speaker setup is different, adjust the delay times. First, measure the distance, in centimeters, from the front speaker to the listening position and from the surround speaker to the listening position. Subtract the surround distance from the front distance, then divide by 30.The result is the Surround speaker delay time in milliseconds. You may choose 0 ms, 5 ms, 10 ms, or 15 ms in the X column for Surround L and Surround R. Press 3 or 4 to choose the delay time in the X column for Surround L and Surround R that is closest to the delay time you calculated in milliseconds (ms). Or, if the Center speaker is closest to the listening position, measure the distance (in centimeters) between the Front and Center speakers, then divide by 30.The result is the Center speaker delay time in milliseconds. Press 3 or 4 to select this delay time in milliseconds (ms) in the X column for Center.You may choose 1-5 ms.
â¢ For the Subwoofer, you cannot adjust the frequency capabilities. Simply choose G (On) or c (Off) to identify whether you connected a subwoofer (G) or not (c). â¢ Your audio system may refer to the Surround speakers as the rear speakers.
Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.