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Playing a source
1 Press POWER / STANDBY to switch on the receiver. 2 Turn SOURCE SELECTOR to select a source. yThe name of the source is displayed. â¢ You can select the FRONT AV/GAME input by pressing FRONT AV (MX 975D only). 3 Start playback of the source as usual.
Recording from a source
If you wish to record from a source you must select it with SOURCE SELECTOR. The incoming signal is reproduced by all audio and â if the source includes a video signal â video outputs of the receiver. The sound settings do not affect the recording. 1 Turn SOURCE SELECTOR (or press FRONT AV â MX 975D only) to select the source you want to record from. yThe name of the source is displayed. 2 Prepare the desired recording appliance. It must be connected to one of the outputs of the receiver. 3 Start recording on the recording appliance. 4 Start the playback of the source as usual. Note: â The audio and video signal of VCR IN is not reproduced by VCR OUT. The same applies to the audio signal of CDR/TAPE IN to CDR/TAPE OUT. â We recommend not to use the digital output COAX OUT of the receiver to record from an analog source. Use the analog output CDR/TAPE instead.
Adjusting the sound
â¢ Turn VOLUME to adjust the volume. yVOLUME and the volume level between 0 and 50 is displayed. 1 Press BASS or TREBLE. yBASS or TREBLE and the actual value are displayed briefly. Then TURN VOLUME KNOB TO CHANGE is scrolled. 2 Turn VOLUME to adjust the bass or treble. yBASS or TREBLE and the actual value are displayed. Note : If VOLUME is not turned within 5 seconds or if any other control is used, the bass or treble adjustment is switched off. â¢ Press Â±SOUND on the remote control to scroll through the built-in smart sounds: MOVIE, SPEECH, MUSIC, MULTIMEDIA and PERSONAL. (PERSONAL is the userdefined bass and treble setting.) ySMART SOUND is displayed and the name of the chosen sound profile is scrolled once if smart sound is on. â¢ Press LOUDNESS to switch on or off loudness. yLOUDNESS is displayed if loudness is on.
Recording from the digital output
It is possible to connect a digital recorder to the digital output of the receiver. In this way, all signals coming from the digital inputs can be recorded directly on the connected audio recorder. The receiver will also convert all signals coming from the analogue inputs to the digital output. The receiver can be used to record digitally a multichannel surround sound audio signal (Dolby Digital) from, for example, DVD to CD-R. The receiver will convert the digital multichannel signal into a stereo signal without loss of relevant sound information. Notes: â Do not use the 3D SURROUND feature while making digital recordings as this will distort the digital audio signal. â When recording a Dolby Digital signal, each track must be recorded individually.