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PDF Content Summary: AV RECEIVER Instruction Manual TX-RZ730 Table of contents Connections - Connecting Speakers Playback Setup Troubleshooting Appendix ≫≫≫≫≫≫≫≫ ≫≫≫≫≫≫≫≫ ≫≫≫≫≫≫≫≫ En Supplementary Information Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ ≫≫≫≫≫≫≫≫ ≫≫≫≫≫≫≫≫

Contents Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ What’s in the box 5 Connecting an AV Component in a Separate Room Part Names 6 (Multi-zone Connection) 66 Front Panel 6 Connecting a TV (ZONE 2) 66 Display 8 Connecting a Pre-main Amplifier (ZONE 2) 67 Rear Panel 9 Connecting a Pre-main Amplifier (ZONE 3) 68 Remote Controller 11 Connecting Antennas 69 Connections Network Connection 70 Connecting External Control Devices 71 Connecting speakers 13 IR IN port 71 Speaker Installation 14 12V TRIGGER OUT jack 72 Speaker Connections and "Speaker Setup" Settings 40 Connecting the Power Cord 73 Connecting a Power Amplifier Speaker combinations 57 58 Playback Connecting the TV 59 AV Component Playback 75 To ARC TV 60 Basic Operations 75 To Non-ARC TV 61 BLUETOOTH® Playback 76 Connecting Playback Devices 62 Basic Operations 76 Connecting an AV Component with HDMI Jack Internet Radio 77 Mounted 62 Playing Back 77 Connecting an AV Component without HDMI Jack Spotify 79 Mounted 63 Playing Back 79 Connecting an Audio Component 64 AirPlay® 80 Connecting a Video Camera, etc. 65 Basic Operations 80 DTS Play-Fi® 81 2 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫

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Playing Back 81 FlareConnectTM 82 Playing Back 82 USB Storage Device 83 Basic Operations 83 Device and Supported Format 85 Playing back files on a PC and NAS (Music Server) 86 Windows Media® Player settings 86 Playing Back 87 Supported Audio Formats 90 Play Queue 91 Initial Setup 91 Adding Play Queue Information 91 Sort and Delete 92 Playing Back 92 Listening To the AM/FM Radio 93 Tuning into a Radio Station 93 Presetting a Radio Station 95 Using RDS (European, Australian and Asian models) 97 Multi-zone 98 Switch remote control mode (ZONE 2) 99 Switch remote control mode (ZONE 3) 100 Playing Back 101 Convenience functions 103 Adjusting the tone 103 Listening Mode 104 Selecting a Listening mode 104 Listening Mode Effects 106 Selectable listening modes 111 Setup Setup Menu 124 Menu list 124 Menu operations 126 1. Input/Output Assign 127 2. Speaker 131 3. Audio Adjust 137 4. Source 138 5. Hardware 140 6. Multi Zone 145 7. Miscellaneous 146 Quick Menu 147 Menu operations 147 Web Setup 149 Menu operations 149 Firmware Update 150 3 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫

Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Updating Function on This Unit 150 Updating the Firmware via Network 151 Updating via USB 153 Initial Setup with Auto Start-up Wizard 155 Operations 155 Troubleshooting When the unit is operating erratically 159 Troubleshooting 160 Appendix About HDMI 169 General Specifications 171 4 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ What’s in the box 1. Main unit (1) 1 2. Remote controller (RC-911R) (1), Batteries (AAA/R03) (2) 3. Speaker setup microphone (1) • Used during Initial Setup. 4. Indoor FM antenna (1) 5. AM loop antenna (1) 6. Power cord (1) • Quick Start Guide (1) * This document is an online instruction manual. It is not included as an accessory. • Connect speakers with an impedance of 4 Ω to 16 Ω. • The power cord must be connected only after all other connections are completed. 2 3 • We will not accept any responsibility for damage arising from the connection with equipment manufactured by other companies. • Network services and content that can be used may no longer be available if new functions are added by updating firmware or the service providers terminate their services. Also, available services may differ depending on your area. 45 • Details on the firmware update will be posted on our website and through other means at a later date. • Specifications and appearance are subject to change without prior notice. 6 5 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Part Names Front Panel 1 2 3456 7 8 9 bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br ❏ For details, see ( p7) 6 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ 1. ON/STANDBY button 2. MUSIC OPTIMIZER button/indicator (North American models): Turns on/off the MUSIC OPTIMIZER function that improves the quality of the compressed audio. PURE AUDIO button/indicator (European, Australian and Asian models): Switches to the Pure Audio mode. ( p108) 3. HYBRID STANDBY indicator: Lights if the unit enters standby mode when the functions such as HDMI Standby Through and Network Standby that work in standby are enabled. 4. Remote control sensor: Receives signals from the remote controller. • The reception range of the remote controller is within a distance of approx. 16 ́/5 m, and an angle of 20° in vertical direction and 30° to right and left. 5. ZONE 2/ZONE 3 button: Controls the multi-zone function. ( p101) 6. DIMMER button: Switches the brightness of the display with three levels. It cannot be turned off completely. 7. Display ( p8) 8. SETUP button: You can display advanced setting items on the TV and the display to have a more enjoyable experience with this unit. ( p124) 9. Cursor buttons ( / / / ) and ENTER button: Select an item with the cursors, and press ENTER to confirm your selection. When using TUNER, use them to tune in to stations. ( p93) 10. RETURN button: Returns the display to the previous state while setting. 11. MASTER VOLUME 12. Press the LISTENING MODE button (above) to select a category from "Movie/ TV", "Music" and "Game", and then turn the LISTENING MODE dial (below) to change the listening mode. ( p104) 13. You can adjust the sound quality of the speakers. Press the TONE button (above) to select an item to adjust from "Bass" and "Treble", and turn the TONE dial (below) to adjust. ( p103) 14. PHONES jack: Connect headphones with a standard plug (ø1/4"/6.3 mm). 15. Input selector buttons: Switches the input to be played. 16. SETUP MIC jack: Connect the supplied speaker setup microphone. ( p156) 17. AUX INPUT AUDIO/HDMI jack: Connect a video camera, etc. using a stereo mini plug cable (ø1/8′′/3.5 mm) or HDMI cable. ( p65)

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Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Display 2 7 6 7 1 3 4 5 1. Speaker/Channel display: Displays the output channel that corresponds to the selected listening mode. 2. Lights in the following conditions. : Headphones are connected. Z2/Z3: ZONE 2/ZONE 3 is on. : Connected by BLUETOOTH. : Connected by Wi-Fi. NET: Lights when connected to the network with the "NET" input selector. It will blink if incorrectly connected to the network. USB: Lights when the "NET" input selector is selected, a USB device is connected and the USB input is selected. It will blink if the USB device is not properly connected. HDMI: HDMI signals are input and the HDMI input is selected. DIGITAL: Digital signals are input and the digital input is selected. 3. Lights according to the type of input digital audio signal and the listening mode. 4. Lights in the following conditions. RDS (European, Australian and Asian models): Receiving RDS broadcasting. TUNED: Receiving AM/FM radio. FM ST: Receiving FM stereo. SLEEP: Sleep timer is set. ( p143) AUTO STBY: Auto Standby is set. ( p143) 5. Blinks when muting is on. 6. Displays various information of the input signals. • "DialogNorm: X dB" ("X" is a numerical value) may be displayed when a Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus or Dolby TrueHD source is played. For example, if "DialogNorm: +4 dB" is displayed, the source being played is recorded with 4 dB plus the THX standard level. If you play it with the THX standard level, lower the volume by 4 dB. 7. This may light when operating with the "NET" input selector. 8 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫

Rear Panel ❏ For details, see ( p10) Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫

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Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ 1. DIGITAL IN OPTICAL/COAXIAL jacks: Input TV or AV component digital audio 20. ZONE 2 PRE/LINE OUT jacks: Output audio signals with an analog audio signals with a digital optical cable or digital coaxial cable. cable connected to a pre-main amplifier or a power amplifier in a separate 2. TUNER AM/FM terminal: Connect the supplied antennas. room (ZONE 2). 3. COMPONENT VIDEO IN jacks: Input AV component video signals with a component video cable. (Compatible only with 480i or 576i resolution.) 4. Wireless antenna: Used for Wi-Fi connection or when using a BLUETOOTH- enabled device. Adjust the angles according to the connection status. 5. USB port: Connect a USB storage device to play music files. ( p83) You can also supply power (5 V/1 A) to USB devices with a USB cable. 6. ETHERNET port: Connect to the network with a LAN cable. 7. VIDEO IN jacks: Input AV component video signals with an analog video cable. 8. RS-232C port: Connect a home control system equipped with an RS-232C port. For adopting a home control system, contact the specialized stores. 9. HDMI OUT jacks: Transmit video signals and audio signals with an HDMI cable connected to a monitor such as a TV or projector. 10. HDMI IN jacks: Transmit video signals and audio signals with an HDMI cable connected to an AV component. 11. AC INLET: Connect the supplied power cord. 12. GND terminal: Connect the ground wire of the turntable. 13. 12V TRIGGER OUT jack: Connect a device equipped with a 12V trigger input jack to enable power link operation between the device and this unit. ( p72) 14. AUDIO IN jacks: Input TV or AV component audio signals with an analog audio cable. 15. IR IN port: Connect a remote control receiver unit.( p71) 16. SPEAKERS terminals: Connect speakers with speaker cables. (North American models support banana plugs.) 17. PRE OUT jacks: Connect a power amplifier. ( p57) 18. SUBWOOFER PRE OUT jacks: Connect a powered subwoofer with a subwoofer cable. Up to two powered subwoofers can be connected. The same signal is output from each SUBWOOFER PRE OUT jack. 19. ZONE 3 PRE/LINE OUT jacks: Output audio signals with an analog audio cable connected to a pre-main amplifier or a power amplifier in a separate room (ZONE 3). HEIGHT 2 PRE OUT jacks: Connect a power amplifier. ( p57) 10 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫

Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Remote Controller 11. ON/STANDBY button 2. Input selector buttons: Switches the input to be played. 3. Q (QUICK MENU) button: Pressing this button during playback can make settings such as "Tone" and "Level" quickly on the TV screen while playing. 2( p147) 4. Cursor buttons and ENTER button: Select an item with the cursors, and press ENTER to confirm your selection. Pressing / can switch the screen when a music folder list or file list is not displayed on one screen on the TV. 5. button: Display advanced setting items on the TV or the display to have a 3 blmore enjoyable experience with this unit. ( p124) 6. VOLUME buttons 7. button: Temporarily mutes audio. Press the button again to cancel muting. 8. LISTENING MODE button: Select a listening mode ( p104). 4 MAIN/ZONE 2/ZONE 3 button: Control the multi-zone function ( p98). 9. Play buttons: Used for playback operations for the Music Server ( p86) or USB device ( p83). 5bm10. button: Used for repeat/random playback operations for the Music Server ( p86) or USB device ( p83). Each time you press the button, the mode switches in the order of (1-track repeat), (folder repeat), and (random). 67CLEAR button: Deletes all characters you have entered when entering text on the TV screen. 11. button: Switches the information on the display and is used to operate RDS ( p97). 12. button: Returns the display to the previous state while setting. 9bk813. MODE button: Used to switch between automatic tuning and manual tuning for AM/FM stations ( p93), or operate the multi-zone function ( p98). 14. MEMORY button: Used to register AM/FM radio stations. ( p95) bnTips If the remote controller does not work: The remote controller may have switched to the ZONE bo control mode. While pressing and holding MODE, press the MAIN button for 3 seconds or more until the remote indicator blinks once, and then switch it to the main room control mode. 11 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫

Connections Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Connections Connecting speakers 13 Connecting the TV 59 Connecting Playback Devices 62 Connecting an AV Component in a Separate Room (Multi-zone Connection) 66 Connecting Antennas 69 Network Connection 70 Connecting External Control Devices 71 Connecting the Power Cord 73

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Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Connecting speakers You can select the layout of speakers to be installed from various patterns when using this unit. Use the following flow chart to select the speaker layout that suits your speakers and usage environment. You can check the connection method and default settings. Dolby Atmos ( p106) listening mode faithfully reproduces the sound design recorded in the Dolby Atmos audio format by installing Surround Back Speakers or Height Speakers. Dolby Atmos enables the accurate placement of sound objects that have independent motion in a three-dimensional space with even greater clarity. Do you enjoy sound with Dolby Atmos? Yes No

■When using Surround Back Speakers • 7.1 Channel System ( p45) • 7.1 Channel System + ZONE SPEAKER ( p46) • 7.1 Channel System (Bi-Amping the Speakers) ( p47) ■When using 1 set of Height Speakers • 5.1.2 Channel System ( p48) • 5.1.2 Channel System + ZONE SPEAKER ( p49) • 5.1.2 Channel System (Bi-Amping the Speakers) ( p50) • 7.1.2 Channel System ( p51) • 7.1.2 Channel System + ZONE SPEAKER ( p52) • 5.1 Channel System ( p42) • 5.1 Channel System ( p42) • 5.1 Channel System + ZONE SPEAKER ( p43) • 5.1 Channel System + ZONE SPEAKER ( p43) • 5.1 Channel System + ZONE SPEAKER ( p43) • 5.1 Channel System + ZONE SPEAKER ( p43) • 5.1 Channel System (Bi-Amping the Speakers) ( p44) • 5.1 Channel System (Bi-Amping the Speakers) ( p44) • 5.1 Channel System (Bi-Amping the Speakers) ( p44) • 5.1 Channel System (Bi-Amping the Speakers) ( p44)

■When using 2 sets of Height Speakers • 5.1.4 Channel System ( p53) • 5.1.4 Channel System + ZONE SPEAKER ( p54) • 7.1.4 Channel System ( p55) • 7.1.4 Channel System + ZONE SPEAKER ( p56) 13 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Speaker Installation ■ 5.1 Channel System *1 *2 This is a basic 5.1 Channel System. Front speakers output the front stereo sound, and a center speaker outputs the sound of the center of the screen, such as dialogs and vocals. Surround speakers create the back sound field. Powered subwoofer reproduces the bass sound, and creates the rich sound field. The front speakers should be positioned at ear height while the surround speakers should be positioned just above ear height. The center speaker 2 3 1 should be set up facing the listening position at an angle. Placing the powered subwoofer between the center speaker and the front speaker gives you a natural sound even when playing music sources. 6 1,2 Front Speakers 3 Center Speaker 4,5 Surround Speakers 6 Powered Subwoofer 5 4 *1: 22° to 30°, *2: 120° 14 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 7.1 Channel System *1 *2 *3 This is a 7.1 Channel System that consists of the basic 5.1 Channel System ( p14) and added surround back speakers. Front speakers output the front stereo sound, and a center speaker outputs the sound of the center of the screen, such as dialogs and vocals. Surround speakers create the back sound field. Powered subwoofer reproduces the bass sound, and creates the rich sound field. Surround back speakers improves the sense of envelopment and 2 3 1 connectivity of sound in the back sound field, and provides a more real sound field. Furthermore, by installing surround back speakers, when the input format is Dolby Atmos, you can select the Dolby Atmos listening mode which realizes the 6 most up-to-date 3D sound, The front speakers should be positioned at ear height while the surround speakers should be positioned just above ear height. The center speaker should be set up facing the listening position at an angle. Placing the powered 5 4 subwoofer between the center speaker and the front speaker gives you a natural sound even when playing music sources. The surround back speakers should be positioned at ear height. • If surround back speakers are installed, be sure to install surround speakers as well. 8 7 1,2 Front Speakers 3 Center Speaker 4,5 Surround Speakers 6 Powered Subwoofer 7,8 Surround Back Speakers *1: 22° to 30°, *2: 90° to 110°, *3: 135° to 150° 15 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 5.1.2 Channel System A 5.1.2 Channel System is a speaker layout consisting of the basic 5.1 Channel System ( p14) and added height speakers. Select the height speakers that suit your speakers and usage environment from the following three types. ❏ Front High Speakers/Rear High Speakers Installation Example ( p17) ❏ Ceiling Speakers Installation Example ( p18) ❏ Dolby Enabled Speakers (Dolby Speakers) Installation Example ( p19) 16 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ❏ Front High Speakers/Rear High Speakers Installation Example *1 *2 This is a system with the basic 5.1 channel system ( p14) consisting of front speakers, a center speaker, surround speakers and a powered subwoofer, and added front high speakers or rear high speakers combined. By installing such 8 7 height speakers, when the input format is Dolby Atmos, you can select the Dolby Atmos listening mode which realizes the most up-to-date 3D sound including overhead sound. Front high speakers or rear high speakers should be installed at least 3 ́/0.9 m higher than the front speakers. 3 ́ (0.9 m) or more Front high speakers should be installed directly above the front speakers, and the distance between the rear high speakers should match the distance between the front speakers. In both cases, the speakers should be set up facing the listening position at an angle. 7,8 Height Speakers Choose one of the following: • Front High Speakers • Rear High Speakers 8 7 *1: 22° to 30°, *2: 120° 3 ́ (0.9 m) or more 17 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ❏ Ceiling Speakers Installation Example *2 *1This is a system with the basic 5.1 channel system ( p14) consisting of front 8 8 8 speakers, a center speaker, surround speakers and a powered subwoofer, and added top front speakers or top middle speakers or top rear speakers combined. By installing such height speakers, when the input format is Dolby Atmos, you 77 7 can select the Dolby Atmos listening mode which realizes the most up-to-date 3D sound including overhead sound. Install the top front speakers on the ceiling anterior to the seating position, top middle speakers on the ceiling directly above the seating position, and top rear speakers on the ceiling posterior to the seating position. The distance between each pair should match the distance between the front speakers. • Dolby Laboratories recommends the setups of these types of height speakers to obtain the best Dolby Atmos effect. 7,8 Height Speakers Choose one of the following: • Top Front Speakers • Top Middle Speakers • Top Rear Speakers *1: 30° to 55°, *2: 65° to 100°, *3: 125° to 150° *3 18 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ❏ Dolby Enabled Speakers (Dolby Speakers) Installation Example *1 *2 This is a system with the basic 5.1 channel system ( p14) consisting of front speakers, a center speaker, surround speakers and a powered subwoofer, and added Dolby enabled speakers (front) or Dolby enabled speakers (surround) combined. Dolby enabled speakers are special speakers designed to face the ceiling, so that the sound is heard from overhead by bouncing the sound off the 8 7 ceiling. By installing such height speakers, when the input format is Dolby Atmos, you can select the Dolby Atmos listening mode which realizes the most up-to- date 3D sound including overhead sound. Install them either on the front speakers or on the surround speakers. 7,8 Height Speakers Choose one of the following: • Dolby Enabled Speakers (Front) • Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround) 8 7 *1: 22° to 30°, *2: 120° 19 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 7.1.2 Channel System A 7.1.2 Channel System is a speaker layout consisting of the 7.1 Channel System ( p15) and added height speakers. Select the height speakers that suit your speakers and usage environment from the following three types. ❏ Front High Speakers/Rear High Speakers Installation Example ( p21) ❏ Ceiling Speakers Installation Example ( p22) ❏ Dolby Enabled Speakers (Dolby Speakers) Installation Example ( p23) 20 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ❏ Front High Speakers/Rear High Speakers Installation Example *1 *2*3 This is a system with the 7.1 channel system ( p15) consisting of front speakers, a center speaker, surround speakers, surround back speakers and a powered subwoofer, and added front high speakers or rear high speakers bk 9 combined. By installing such height speakers, when the input format is Dolby Atmos, you can select the Dolby Atmos listening mode which realizes the most up-to-date 3D sound including overhead sound. Front high speakers or rear high speakers should be installed at least 3 ́/0.9 m higher than the front speakers. 3 ́ (0.9 m) or more Front high speakers should be installed directly above the front speakers, and the distance between the rear high speakers should match the distance between the front speakers. In both cases, the speakers should be set up facing the listening position at an angle. 9,10 Height Speakers Choose one of the following: • Front High Speakers • Rear High Speakers bk 9 *1: 22° to 30°, *2: 90° to 110°, *3: 135° to 150° 3 ́ (0.9 m) or more 21 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ❏ Ceiling Speakers Installation Example *2 *1This is a system with the 7.1 channel system ( p15) consisting of front bk bk bk speakers, a center speaker, surround speakers, surround back speakers and a powered subwoofer, and added top front speakers or top middle speakers or top rear speakers combined. By installing such height speakers, when the input 9 9 9 format is Dolby Atmos, you can select the Dolby Atmos listening mode which realizes the most up-to-date 3D sound including overhead sound. Install the top front speakers on the ceiling anterior to the seating position, top middle speakers on the ceiling directly above the seating position, and top rear speakers on the ceiling posterior to the seating position. The distance between each pair should match the distance between the front speakers. • Dolby Laboratories recommends the setups of these types of height speakers to obtain the best Dolby Atmos effect. 9,10 Height Speakers Choose one of the following: • Top Front Speakers • Top Middle Speakers • Top Rear Speakers *1: 30° to 55°, *2: 65° to 100°, *3: 125° to 150° *3 22 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ❏ Dolby Enabled Speakers (Dolby Speakers) Installation Example*3 This is a system with the 7.1 channel system ( p15) consisting of front speakers, a center speaker, surround speakers, surround back speakers and a powered subwoofer, and added Dolby enabled speakers (front), Dolby enabled speakers (surround) or Dolby enabled speakers (surround back) combined. Dolby enabled speakers are special speakers designed to face the ceiling, so bk 9 that the sound is heard from overhead by bouncing the sound off the ceiling. By installing such height speakers, when the input format is Dolby Atmos, you can select the Dolby Atmos listening mode which realizes the most up-todate 3D sound including overhead sound. Install them either on the front speakers, on the surround speakers or on the surround back speakers. 9,10 Height Speakers *1 Choose one of the following: • Dolby Enabled Speakers (Front) bk *2 9 • Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround) • Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround Back) bk 9 *1: 22° to 30°, *2: 90° to 110°, *3: 135° to 150° 23 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 5.1.4 Channel System A 5.1.4 Channel System is a speaker layout combining 2 sets of the height speakers, 1 set of left and right at the front and 1 set of left and right at the rear, to the basic 5.1 Channel System ( p14). By installing the height speakers, when the input format is Dolby Atmos, you can select the Dolby Atmos listening mode which realizes the most up-to-date 3D sound including overhead sound. Combination of 2 height speakers can be selected from following. ❏ Combination example when Top Front Speakers are used at the front ( p25) ❏ Combination example when Top Middle Speakers are used at the front ( p27) ❏ Combination example when Front High Speakers are used at the front ( p28) ❏ Combination example when Dolby Enabled Speakers (Front) are used at the front ( p30) 24 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ❏ Combination example when Top Front Speakers are used at the front About the top front speakers 8 7*1*1: 30° to 55° The top front speakers are installed on the ceiling at front of the listening position, and the width between the left and right speakers is optimal to match the one for the front speakers. When the top front speakers are used in front, the combination of the height speakers at the rear can be selected from the following 3 examples shown at the right. 7,8 Top Front Speakers (Example 1) Use top rear speakers at the rear 8 79bk *2*2: 125° to 150° The top rear speakers are installed on the ceiling at rear of the listening position, and the width between the left and right speakers is optimal to match the one for the front speakers. 9,10 Top Rear Speakers (Example 2) Use rear high speakers at the rear bk 78 9 3 ́ (0.9 m) or more The width between the rear high speakers should match the one for the front speakers, and they should be installed minimum of 3’/0.9 m higher than the front speakers, and tilted so they will point toward the listener. 9,10 Rear High Speakers 25 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ (Example 3) Use Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround) at the rear 7 8bk 9 The Dolby enabled speakers are the special speaker that the sound is emitted toward the ceiling, and have the effect the sound to come from above by reflecting the sound on the ceiling. The Dolby enabled speakers (surround) are installed on top of the surround speakers. 9,10 Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround) 26 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ❏ Combination example when Top Middle Speakers are used at the front About the top middle speakers*1 Use rear high speakers at the rear bk 78 9 8 3 ́ (0.9 m) 7or more The width between the rear high speakers should match the one for the front speakers, and they should be installed minimum of 3’/0.9 m higher than the front speakers, and tilted so they will point toward the listener. 9,10 Rear High Speakers *1: 65° to 100° The top middle speakers are installed on the ceiling immediately above the listening position, and the width between the left and right speakers is optimal to match the one for the front speakers. When the top middle speakers are used in front, the rear high speakers in the figure at the right can be used at the rear. 7,8 Top Middle Speakers 27 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ❏ Combination example when Front High Speakers are used at the front About the front high speakers*2 (Example 1) Use rear high speakers at the rear     3 ́ (0.9 m) or more 8 7 The width between the rear high speakers should match the one for the front 3 ́ (0.9 m) speakers, and they should be installed minimum of 3’/0.9 m higher than the front or more speakers, and tilted so they will point toward the listener. 9,10 Rear High Speakers (Example 2) Use top middle speakers at the rear *3 *1: 22° to 30°, *2: 120° Install the front high speakers immediately above the front speakers minimum of 3’/0.9 m higher, and tilted so they will point toward the listener. When the front high speakers are used in front, the combination of the height speakers at the rear can be selected from the following 4 examples shown at the right. 7,8 Front High Speakers *1  *3: 65° to 100° The top middle speakers are installed on the ceiling immediately above the listening position, and the width between the left and right speakers is optimal to match the one for the front speakers. 9,10 Top Middle Speakers 28 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ (Example 3) Use top rear speakers at the rear  *4   *4: 125° to 150° The top rear speakers are installed on the ceiling at rear of the listening position, and the width between the left and right speakers is optimal to match the one for the front speakers. 9,10 Top Rear Speakers (Example 4) Use Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround) at the rear     The Dolby enabled speakers are the special speaker that the sound is emitted toward the ceiling, and have the effect the sound to come from above by reflecting the sound on the ceiling. The Dolby enabled speakers (surround) are installed on top of the surround speakers. 9,10 Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround) 29 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ❏ Combination example when Dolby Enabled Speakers (Front) are used at the front About the Dolby enabled speakers (front) *2 (Example 1) Use top rear speakers at the rear *3 9 bk 78 8 7 *3: 125° to 150° The top rear speakers are installed on the ceiling at rear of the listening position, and the width between the left and right speakers is optimal to match the one for the front speakers. 9,10 Top Rear Speakers (Example 2) Use rear high speakers at the rear 8 7 *1: 22° to 30°, *2: 120° The Dolby enabled speakers are the special speaker that the sound is emitted toward the ceiling, and have the effect the sound to come from above by reflecting the sound on the ceiling. The Dolby enabled speakers (front) are installed on top of the front speakers. When the Dolby enabled speakers (front) are used in front, the combination of the height speakers at the rear can be selected from the following 3 examples shown at the right. 7,8 Dolby Enabled Speakers (Front) *1 bk 9 3 ́ (0.9 m) or more The width between the rear high speakers should match the one for the front speakers, and they should be installed minimum of 3’/0.9 m higher than the front speakers, and tilted so they will point toward the listener. 9,10 Rear High Speakers 30 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ (Example 3) Use Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround) at the rear 8 7 bk 9 The Dolby enabled speakers are the special speaker that the sound is emitted toward the ceiling, and have the effect the sound to come from above by reflecting the sound on the ceiling. The Dolby enabled speakers (surround) are installed on top of the surround speakers. 9,10 Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround) 31 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 7.1.4 Channel System A 7.1.4 Channel System is a speaker layout combining 2 sets of the height speakers, 1 set of left and right at the front and 1 set of left and right at the rear, to the basic 7.1 Channel System ( p15). By installing the height speakers, when the input format is Dolby Atmos, you can select the Dolby Atmos listening mode which realizes the most up-to-date 3D sound including overhead sound. Combination of 2 height speakers can be selected from following. ❏ Combination example when Top Front Speakers are used at the front ( p33) ❏ Combination example when Top Middle Speakers are used at the front ( p35) ❏ Combination example when Front High Speakers are used at the front ( p36) ❏ Combination example when Dolby Enabled Speakers (Front) are used at the front ( p38) 32 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ❏ Combination example when Top Front Speakers are used at the front About the top front speakers 9 *1(Example 1) Use top rear speakers at the rear bk 9blbm bk *2*2: 125° to 150° The top rear speakers are installed on the ceiling at rear of the listening position, and the width between the left and right speakers is optimal to match the one for the front speakers. 11,12 Top Rear Speakers (Example 2) Use rear high speakers at the rear bm 9bk bl 3 ́ (0.9 m) or more *1: 30° to 55° The top front speakers are installed on the ceiling at front of the listening position, and the width between the left and right speakers is optimal to match the one for the front speakers. When the top front speakers are used in front, the combination of the height speakers at the rear can be selected from the following 4 examples shown at the right. 9,10 Top Front Speakers The width between the rear high speakers should match the one for the front speakers, and they should be installed minimum of 3’/0.9 m higher than the front speakers, and tilted so they will point toward the listener. 11,12 Rear High Speakers 33 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ (Example 3) Use Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround) at the rear 9 bk bm bl The Dolby enabled speakers are the special speaker that the sound is emitted toward the ceiling, and have the effect the sound to come from above by reflecting the sound on the ceiling. The Dolby enabled speakers (surround) are installed on top of the surround speakers. 11,12 Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround) (Example 4) Use Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround Back) at the rear 9 bkbm bl The Dolby enabled speakers are the special speaker that the sound is emitted toward the ceiling, and have the effect the sound to come from above by reflecting the sound on the ceiling. The Dolby enabled speakers (surround back) are installed on top of the surround back speakers. 11,12 Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround Back) 34 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ❏ Combination example when Top Middle Speakers are used at the front About the top middle speakers*1 Use rear high speakers at the rear bm 9bk bl bk 3 ́ (0.9 m) 9or more The width between the rear high speakers should match the one for the front speakers, and they should be installed minimum of 3’/0.9 m higher than the front speakers, and tilted so they will point toward the listener. 11,12 Rear High Speakers *1: 65° to 100° The top middle speakers are installed on the ceiling immediately above the listening position, and the width between the left and right speakers is optimal to match the one for the front speakers. When the top middle speakers are used in front, the rear high speakers in the figure at the right can be used at the rear. 9,10 Top Middle Speakers 35 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ❏ Combination example when Front High Speakers are used at the front About the front high speakers*2 (Example 1) Use rear high speakers at the rear     3 ́ (0.9 m) or more   3 ́ (0.9 m) or more The width between the rear high speakers should match the one for the front speakers, and they should be installed minimum of 3’/0.9 m higher than the front speakers, and tilted so they will point toward the listener. 11,12 Rear High Speakers (Example 2) Use top middle speakers at the rear *4 *1: 22° to 30°, *2: 90° to 110°, *3: 135° to 150° Install the front high speakers immediately above the front speakers minimum of 3’/0.9 m higher, and tilted so they will point toward the listener. When the front high speakers are used in front, the combination of the height speakers at the rear can be selected from the following 5 examples shown at the right. 9,10 Front High Speakers *1 *3   *4: 65° to 100° The top middle speakers are installed on the ceiling immediately above the listening position, and the width between the left and right speakers is optimal to match the one for the front speakers. 11,12 Top Middle Speakers 36 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ (Example 3) Use top rear speakers at the rear   *5 (Example 5) Use Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround Back) at the rear     *5: 125° to 150° The top rear speakers are installed on the ceiling at rear of the listening position, and the width between the left and right speakers is optimal to match the one for the front speakers. 11,12 Top Rear Speakers (Example 4) Use Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround) at the rear     The Dolby enabled speakers are the special speaker that the sound is emitted toward the ceiling, and have the effect the sound to come from above by reflecting the sound on the ceiling. The Dolby enabled speakers (surround back) are installed on top of the surround back speakers. 11,12 Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround Back)   The Dolby enabled speakers are the special speaker that the sound is emitted toward the ceiling, and have the effect the sound to come from above by reflecting the sound on the ceiling. The Dolby enabled speakers (surround) are installed on top of the surround speakers. 11,12 Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround) 37 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫

❏ Combination example when Dolby Enabled Speakers (Front) are used at the front About the Dolby enabled speakers (front) *2 *3 (Example 1) Use top rear speakers at the rear *4 blbm 9bk (Example 2) Use rear high speakers at the rear bm bl bk 9 *4: 125° to 150° The top rear speakers are installed on the ceiling at rear of the listening position, and the width between the left and right speakers is optimal to match the one for the front speakers. 11,12 Top Rear Speakers bk 9 *1: 22° to 30°, *2: 90° to 110°, *3: 135° to 150° 3 ́ (0.9 m) or more The Dolby enabled speakers are the special speaker that the sound is emitted toward the ceiling, and have the effect the sound to come from above by reflecting the sound on the ceiling. The Dolby enabled speakers (front) are installed on top of the front speakers. When the Dolby enabled speakers (front) are used in front, the combination of the height speakers at the rear can be selected from the following 4 examples shown at the right. 9,10 Dolby Enabled Speakers (Front) *1 The width between the rear high speakers should match the one for the front speakers, and they should be installed minimum of 3’/0.9 m higher than the front speakers, and tilted so they will point toward the listener. 11,12 Rear High Speakers 38 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫

Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ (Example 3) Use Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround) at the rear bk 9 bm bl The Dolby enabled speakers are the special speaker that the sound is emitted toward the ceiling, and have the effect the sound to come from above by reflecting the sound on the ceiling. The Dolby enabled speakers (surround) are installed on top of the surround speakers. 11,12 Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround) (Example 4) Use Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround Back) at the rear bk 9 bm bl The Dolby enabled speakers are the special speaker that the sound is emitted toward the ceiling, and have the effect the sound to come from above by reflecting the sound on the ceiling. The Dolby enabled speakers (surround back) are installed on top of the surround back speakers. 11,12 Dolby Enabled Speakers (Surround Back) 39 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Speaker Connections and "Speaker Setup" Settings

Connections ■(Note) Speaker Impedance Connect speakers with an impedance of 4 Ω to 16 Ω. If any of the speakers to be connected has an impedance of 4 Ω or more and 6 Ω or less, the setting is required in the Setup menu after the Initial Setup ( p155) is completed. Press on the remote controller, and set "2. Speaker" - "Configuration" - "Speaker Impedance" to "4ohms". ■Connect the Speaker Cables 1/2 ̋ (12 mm) Make correct connection between the unit's jacks and speaker's jacks (+ side to + side, and - side to - side) for each channel. If the connection is wrong, a bass sound will not be reproduced properly due to reverse phase. Twist the wires exposed from the tip of the speaker cable so that the wires do not stick out of the speaker terminal when connecting. If the exposed wires touch the rear panel, or the + side and – side wires touch each other, the protection circuit will be activated. 40 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫

Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■Connect the Subwoofer a a Subwoofer cable Connect a powered subwoofer with this unit using a subwoofer cable. Up to two powered subwoofers can be connected. The same signal is output from each SUBWOOFER PRE OUT jack. 41 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 5.1 Channel System 2 1 5 4 ■ "Speaker Setup" settings during 3 Initial Setup ( p156) 6 Speaker Setup Speaker Channels < > Subwoofer Height 1 Speaker Height 2 Speaker Zone Speaker Bi-Amp This is a basic 5.1 Channel System. For details of the speaker layout, refer to "Speaker Installation" ( p14). 5.1 ch Yes --- --- No No Select how many speakers you have. Next • Speaker Channels: 5.1 ch • Subwoofer: Yes • Height 1 Speaker: --- • Height 2 Speaker: --- • Zone Speaker: No • Bi-Amp: No 42 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 5.1 Channel System + ZONE SPEAKER MAIN ROOM 2 1 5 4 ■ "Speaker Setup" settings during Initial Setup ( p156) 3 Speaker Setup 6 Speaker Channels < > Subwoofer Height 1 Speaker Height 2 Speaker Zone Speaker Bi-Amp MAIN ROOM: This is a basic 5.1 Channel System. For details of the speaker layout, refer to "Speaker Installation" ( p14). ZONE 2/ZONE 3: You can enjoy 2-ch audio in the separate room (ZONE 2/ZONE 3) while performing 5.1-ch playback in the main room (where this unit is located). The same source can be played back in the main room and ZONE 2/ZONE 3 simultaneously. Also, different sources can be played back in both rooms. To output audio from an externally connected AV component to ZONE 3, use an analog audio cable for connection. Note that ZONE 3 output is not possible with the connection using a HDMI cable, digital coaxial cable, or digital optical cable. 5.1ch Yes --- --- Zone 2 No Select how many speakers you have. Next ZONE 2 • Speaker Channels: 5.1 ch • Subwoofer: Yes • Height 1 Speaker: --- • Height 2 Speaker: --- • Zone Speaker: Zone 2 or Zone 2/ 78 Zone 3 • Bi-Amp: No ZONE 3 9bk 43 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 5.1 Channel System (Bi-Amping the Speakers) 2 1 5 4 ■ "Speaker Setup" settings during 3 Initial Setup ( p156) 6 Speaker Setup Speaker Channels < > Subwoofer Height 1 Speaker Height 2 Speaker Zone Speaker Bi-Amp For frequency high- For frequency low- You can configure a 5.1 Channel System ( p14) by connecting front speakers that support Bi-Amping connection. The Bi-Amping connection can improve the quality of the low and high pitched ranges. Be sure to remove the jumper bar connecting between the woofer jacks and tweeter jacks of the Bi-Amping supported speakers. Refer to the instruction manual of your speakers as well. 5.1 ch Yes --- --- No Yes Select how many speakers you have. Next • Speaker Channels: 5.1 ch • Subwoofer: Yes • Height 1 Speaker: --- • Height 2 Speaker: --- • Zone Speaker: No • Bi-Amp: Yes 44 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 7.1 Channel System 2 1 5 4 8 7 ■ "Speaker Setup" settings during 3 Initial Setup ( p156) 6 Speaker Setup Speaker Channels < > Subwoofer Height 1 Speaker Height 2 Speaker Zone Speaker Bi-Amp This is a 7.1 Channel System that consists of the basic 5.1 Channel System and added surround back speakers. For details of the speaker layout, refer to "Speaker Installation" ( p15). 7.1 ch Yes --- --- No No Select how many speakers you have. Next • Speaker Channels: 7.1 ch • Subwoofer: Yes • Height 1 Speaker: --- • Height 2 Speaker: --- • Zone Speaker: No • Bi-Amp: No 45 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 7.1 Channel System + ZONE SPEAKER MAIN ROOM 2 1 5 4 8 7 ■ "Speaker Setup" settings during Initial Setup ( p156) 3 Speaker Setup 6 Speaker Channels < > Subwoofer Height 1 Speaker Height 2 Speaker Zone Speaker Bi-Amp MAIN ROOM: This is a 7.1 Channel System that consists of the basic 5.1 Channel System and added surround back speakers. For details of the speaker layout, refer to "Speaker Installation" ( p15). ZONE 2: You can enjoy 2-ch audio in the separate room (ZONE 2) while performing playback in the main room (where this unit is located). The same source can be played back in the main room and ZONE 2 simultaneously. Also, different sources can be played back in both rooms. 7.1 ch Yes --- --- Zone 2 No Select how many speakers you have. Next ZONE 2 • Speaker Channels: 7.1 ch • Subwoofer: Yes • Height 1 Speaker: --- • Height 2 Speaker: --- • Zone Speaker: Zone 2 bk 9 • Bi-Amp: No 46 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 7.1 Channel System(Bi-Amping the Speakers) 2 1 5 4 8 7 ■ "Speaker Setup" settings during 3 Initial Setup ( p156) 6 Speaker Setup Speaker Channels < > Subwoofer Height 1 Speaker Height 2 Speaker Zone Speaker Bi-Amp For frequency high- For frequency low- You can configure a 7.1 Channel System ( p15) by connecting front speakers that support Bi-Amping connection. The Bi-Amping connection can improve the quality of the low and high pitched ranges. Be sure to remove the jumper bar connecting between the woofer jacks and tweeter jacks of the Bi-Amping supported speakers. Refer to the instruction manual of your speakers as well. 7.1 ch Yes --- --- No Yes Select how many speakers you have. Next • Speaker Channels: 7.1 ch • Subwoofer: Yes • Height 1 Speaker: --- • Height 2 Speaker: --- • Zone Speaker: No • Bi-Amp: Yes 47 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 5.1.2 Channel System 8 7 2 3 1 5 4 ■ "Speaker Setup" settings during Initial Setup ( p156) 6 Speaker Setup Speaker Channels < > Subwoofer Height 1 Speaker Height 2 Speaker Zone Speaker Bi-Amp This is a combination of the 5.1 Channel System and front high speakers. A front high speaker is a type of height speaker. You can select only one set of height speakers from the following three types for connection. ❏ Front High Speakers/Rear High Speakers Installation Example ( p17) ❏ Ceiling Speakers Installation Example ( p18) ❏ Dolby Enabled Speakers (Dolby Speakers) Installation Example ( p19) 5.1.2 ch Yes Front High--- No No Select how many speakers you have. Next • Speaker Channels: 5.1.2 ch • Subwoofer: Yes • Height 1 Speaker: Select the type of height speaker actually installed. • Height 2 Speaker: --- • Zone Speaker: No • Bi-Amp: No 48 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 5.1.2 Channel System + ZONE SPEAKER MAIN ROOM 8 7 2 3 1 5 4 MAIN ROOM: This is a combination of the 5.1 Channel System and front high speakers. A front high speaker is a type of height speaker. You can select only one set of height speakers from the following three types for connection. ❏ Front High Speakers/Rear High Speakers Installation Example ( p17) ❏ Ceiling Speakers Installation Example ( p18) ❏ Dolby Enabled Speakers (Dolby Speakers) Installation Example ( p19) ZONE 2: You can enjoy 2-ch audio in the separate room (ZONE 2) while performing playback in the main room (where this unit is located). The same source can be played back in the main room and ZONE 2 simultaneously. Also, different sources can be played back in both rooms. ■ "Speaker Setup" settings during Initial Setup ( p156) Speaker Setup 6 Speaker Channels < > Subwoofer Height 1 Speaker Height 2 Speaker Zone Speaker Bi-Amp 5.1.2 ch Yes --- Front High Zone 2 No Select how many speakers you have. Next • Speaker Channels: 5.1.2 ch ZONE 2 • Subwoofer: Yes • Height 1 Speaker: --- • Height 2 Speaker: Select the type of height speaker actually installed. • Zone Speaker: Zone 2 bk 9 • Bi-Amp: No 49 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 5.1.2 Channel System(Bi-Amping the Speakers) 8 7 2 3 1 5 4 ■ "Speaker Setup" settings during Initial Setup ( p156) 6 Speaker Setup Speaker Channels < > Subwoofer Height 1 Speaker Height 2 Speaker Zone Speaker Bi-Amp For frequency high- For frequency low- This is a combination of the 5.1 Channel System and front high speakers. A front high speaker is a type of height speaker. You can select only one set of height speakers from the following three types for connection. ❏ Front High Speakers/Rear High Speakers Installation Example ( p17) ❏ Ceiling Speakers Installation Example ( p18) ❏ Dolby Enabled Speakers (Dolby Speakers) Installation Example ( p19) You can configure a 5.1.2 Channel System by connecting front speakers that support Bi-Amping connection. The Bi- Amping connection can improve the quality of the low and high pitched ranges. Be sure to remove the jumper bar connecting between the woofer jacks and tweeter jacks of the Bi-Amping supported speakers. Refer to the instruction manual of your speakers as well. 5.1.2 ch Yes --- Front High No Yes Select how many speakers you have. Next • Speaker Channels: 5.1.2 ch • Subwoofer: Yes • Height 1 Speaker: --- • Height 2 Speaker: Select the type of height speaker actually installed. • Zone Speaker: No • Bi-Amp: Yes 50 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 7.1.2 Channel System bk 9 2 1 5 4 8 7 ■ "Speaker Setup" settings during 3 Initial Setup ( p156) 6 Speaker Setup Speaker Channels < > Subwoofer Height 1 Speaker Height 2 Speaker Zone Speaker Bi-Amp This is a combination of the 7.1 Channel System and front high speakers. A front high speaker is a type of height speaker. You can select only one set of height speakers from the following three types for connection. ❏ Front High Speakers/Rear High Speakers Installation Example ( p21) ❏ Ceiling Speakers Installation Example ( p22) ❏ Dolby Enabled Speakers (Dolby Speakers) Installation Example ( p23) 7.1.2 ch Yes Front High --- No No Select how many speakers you have. Next • Speaker Channels: 7.1.2 ch • Subwoofer: Yes • Height 1 Speaker: Select the type of height speaker actually installed. • Height 2 Speaker: --- • Zone Speaker: No • Bi-Amp: No 51 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 7.1.2 Channel System + ZONE SPEAKER MAIN ROOM bk 9 ■ "Speaker Setup" settings during Initial Setup ( p156) 2 3 1 Speaker Setup 5 6 4 Speaker Channels < > Subwoofer Height 1 Speaker Height 2 Speaker Zone Speaker Bi-Amp 8 7 MAIN ROOM: This is a combination of the 7.1 Channel System and front high speakers. A front high speaker is a type of height speaker. You can select only one set of height speakers from the following three types for connection. ❏ Front High Speakers/Rear High Speakers Installation Example ( p21) ❏ Ceiling Speakers Installation Example ( p22) ❏ Dolby Enabled Speakers (Dolby Speakers) Installation Example ( p23) ZONE 2: You can enjoy 2-ch audio in the separate room (ZONE 2) while performing playback in the main room (where this unit is located). The same source can be played back in the main room and ZONE 2 simultaneously. Also, different sources can be played back in both rooms. • While ZONE 2 playback is being performed, Height 1 speakers installed in the main room cannot play audio. 7.1.2 ch Yes Front High --- Zone 2 No Select how many speakers you have. Next • Speaker Channels: 7.1.2 ch ZONE 2 • Subwoofer: Yes • Height 1 Speaker: Select the type of height speaker actually installed. • Height 2 Speaker: --- • Zone Speaker: Zone 2 bm bl • Bi-Amp: No 52 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 5.1.4 Channel System bk78 9 2 1 5 4 ■ "Speaker Setup" settings during Initial Setup ( p156) Speaker Setup 6 3 Speaker Channels < > Subwoofer Height 1 Speaker Height 2 Speaker Zone Speaker Bi-Amp This is an example of combining the top middle speakers at the front and the rear high speakers at the rear to the 5.1 Channel System. The height speakers in front can be selected from following 4 types. The height speakers that can be combined at the rear differ depending on the height speakers used at the front. ❏ Combination example when Top Front Speakers are used at the front ( p25) ❏ Combination example when Top Middle Speakers are used at the front ( p27) ❏ Combination example when Front High Speakers are used at the front ( p28) ❏ Combination example when Dolby Enabled Speakers (Front) are used at the front ( p30) 5.1.4 ch Yes Top Middle Rear High No No Select how many speakers you have. Next • Speaker Channels: 5.1.4 ch • Subwoofer: Yes • Height 1 Speaker: Select the type of height speaker actually installed. • Height 2 Speaker: Select the type of height speaker actually installed. • Zone Speaker: No • Bi-Amp: No 53 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 5.1.4 Channel System + ZONE SPEAKER MAIN ROOMbk78 9 ■ "Speaker Setup" settings during Initial Setup ( p156) Speaker Setup 2 1 Speaker Channels < > Subwoofer Height 1 Speaker Height 2 Speaker Zone Speaker Bi-Amp 5 4 5.1.4 ch 6 3 Yes Top Middle Rear High Zone 2 No Select how many speakers you have. Next • Speaker Channels: 5.1.4 ch • Subwoofer: Yes ZONE 2 • Height 1 Speaker: Select the type of height speaker actually installed. • Height 2 Speaker: Select the type of height speaker actually installed. • Zone Speaker: Zone 2 bm bl • Bi-Amp: No MAIN ROOM: This is an example of combining the top middle speakers at the front and the rear high speakers at the rear to the 5.1 Channel System. The height speakers in front can be selected from following 4 types. The height speakers that can be combined at the rear differ depending on the height speakers used at the front. ❏ Combination example when Top Front Speakers are used at the front ( p25) ❏ Combination example when Top Middle Speakers are used at the front ( p27) ❏ Combination example when Front High Speakers are used at the front ( p28) ❏ Combination example when Dolby Enabled Speakers (Front) are used at the front ( p30) ZONE 2: You can enjoy 2-ch audio in the separate room (ZONE 2) while performing playback in the main room (where this unit is located). The same source can be played back in the main room and ZONE 2 simultaneously. Also, different sources can be played back in both rooms. • While ZONE 2 playback is being performed, Height 1 speakers installed in the main room cannot play audio. 54 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 7.1.4 Channel System bm9bk bl 2 1 5 6 3 4 Power amplifier 8 7 This is an example of combining the top middle speakers at the front and the rear high speakers at the rear to the 7.1 Channel System. The height speakers in front can be selected from following 4 types. The height speakers that can be combined at the rear differ depending on the height speakers used at the front. ❏ Combination example when Top Front Speakers are used at the front ( p33) ❏ Combination example when Top Middle Speakers are used at the front ( p35) ❏ Combination example when Front High Speakers are used at the front ( p36) ❏ Combination example when Dolby Enabled Speakers (Front) are used at the front ( p38) ■ "Speaker Setup" settings during Initial Setup ( p156) Speaker Setup Speaker Channels < > Subwoofer Height 1 Speaker Height 2 Speaker Zone Speaker Bi-Amp • Speaker Channels: 7.1.4 ch • Subwoofer: Yes • Height 1 Speaker: Select 7.1.4 ch the type of height speaker Yes Top Middle Rear High No No actually installed. • Height 2 Speaker: Select the type of height speaker actually installed. • Zone Speaker: No Select how many speakers you have. • Bi-Amp: No Next 55 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ ■ 7.1.4 Channel System + ZONE SPEAKER MAIN ROOM bm9bk bl 2 1 6 3 Power amplifier 5 4 8 7 ZONE 2 bo bn MAIN ROOM: This is an example of combining the top middle speakers at the front and the rear high speakers at the rear to the 7.1 Channel System. The height speakers in front can be selected from following 4 types. The height speakers that can be combined at the rear differ depending on the height speakers used at the front. ❏ Combination example when Top Front Speakers are used at the front ( p33) ❏ Combination example when Top Middle Speakers are used at the front ( p35) ❏ Combination example when Front High Speakers are used at the front ( p36) ❏ Combination example when Dolby Enabled Speakers (Front) are used at the front ( p38) ZONE 2: You can enjoy 2-ch audio in the separate room (ZONE 2) while performing playback in the main room (where this unit is located). The same source can be played back in the main room and ZONE 2 simultaneously. Also, different sources can be played back in both rooms. • While ZONE 2 playback is being performed, Height 1 speakers installed in the main room cannot play audio. ■ "Speaker Setup" settings during Initial Setup ( p156) Speaker Setup Speaker Channels < > Subwoofer Height 1 Speaker Height 2 Speaker Zone Speaker Bi-Amp • Speaker Channels: 7.1.4 ch • Subwoofer: Yes • Height 1 Speaker: Select 7.1.4 ch the type of height speaker Yes Top Middle Rear High Zone 2 No actually installed. • Height 2 Speaker: Select the type of height speaker actually installed. • Zone Speaker: Zone 2 Select how many speakers you have. • Bi-Amp: No Next 56 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫

Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Connecting a Power Amplifier You can connect a power amplifier to the unit and use the unit as a pre-amplifier in order to produce a large volume that cannot be output with the unit only. Connect the speakers to the power amplifier. For details, refer to the power amplifier's instruction manual. Power amplifier

• Connect as shown on the left using the PRE OUT jacks. Setup • Set "2. Speaker" - "Configuration" - "Speaker Channels" in accordance to the number of channels for the connected speakers. a Analog audio cable a 57 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Speaker combinations • Up to two powered subwoofers can be connected in either combination. Speaker Channels FRONT CENTER SURROUND SURROUND BACK HEIGHT 1 HEIGHT 2 Bi-AMP (*1) ZONE 2 (*1) (ZONE SPEAKER) ZONE 3 (*1) (ZONE SPEAKER) 2.1 ch 3.1 ch 4.1 ch 5.1 ch 6.1 ch 7.1 ch 2.1.2 ch (*2) (*3) (*3) (*2) (*2) 3.1.2 ch (*2) (*3) (*3) (*2) (*2) 4.1.2 ch (*2) (*3) (*3) (*2) (*2) 5.1.2 ch (*2) (*3) (*3) (*2) (*2) 6.1.2 ch (*4) (*4) 7.1.2 ch (*4) (*4) 4.1.4 ch (*4) (*4) 5.1.4 ch (*4) (*4) 6.1.4 ch (*5) (*4) (*4) 7.1.4 ch (*5) (*4) (*4) (*1) The Bi-AMP and ZONE speakers cannot be used simultaneously. (*2) When using the ZONE 2 speakers (except when the ZONE 3 is used), it is necessary to connect the height speakers to the SURROUND BACK terminal. When using both the ZONE 2 speakers and the ZONE 3 speakers, the Height 1 speakers cannot be used simultaneously with the ZONE speakers. (*3) When using the Bi-AMP speakers, it is necessary to connect the Bi-AMP speakers to the HEIGHT 1 terminals, and the height speaker to the SURROUND BACK terminals. (*4) Height 1 speakers cannot be used simultaneously with the ZONE speakers. (*5) Use an analog audio cable to connect the power amplifier to the PRE OUT SURROUND BACK jacks, then connect the surround back speakers to the power amplifier. About the HEIGHT 1/HEIGHT 2 When connecting 2 sets of the height speakers, the combination of the height speakers that can be selected is as follows. – Height 1 Speaker: Top Middle, Height 2 Speaker: Rear High – Height 1 Speaker: Front High; Height 2 Speaker: One of Rear High/Top Middle/Top Rear/Dolby Enabled Speaker (Surround)/Dolby Enabled Speaker (Surround Back) – Height 1 Speaker: Top Front or Dolby Enabled Speaker (Front), Height 2 Speaker: One of Rear High/Top Rear/Dolby Enabled Speaker (Surround)/Dolby Enabled Speaker (Surround Back) When only 1 set of the height speakers is connected, 1 from the height speakers types can be selected. 58 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Connecting the TV Connect this unit between a TV and AV component. Connecting this unit with the TV can output the video and audio signals of the AV component to the TV, or play the audio of the TV on this unit. Connection with the TV differs depending on whether the TV supports the ARC (Audio Return Channel) function or not. The ARC function transmits the audio signals of the TV via an HDMI cable, and plays the audio of the TV on this unit. To check if the TV supports the ARC function, refer to the instruction manual of the TV, etc. Does your TV support the ARC function? Yes No • To ARC TV ( p60) • To Non-ARC TV ( p61) 59 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫

Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ To ARC TV If the TV supports the ARC (Audio Return Channel) function (*), use only the HDMI cable to connect with the TV. Use the ARC-compatible HDMI IN jack of the TV for connection. • Another TV or projector can be connected to the HDMI OUT SUB jack. To switch between MAIN and SUB, press the Q button ( p147) on the remote controller, and select "Other" - "HDMI Out". Note that this jack is not ARC- compatible. Setup • Settings are required to use the ARC function. Select "Yes" for "5. ARC Setup" in Initial Setup ( p155). • For detailed settings for TV connection, CEC function and audio output, refer to the instruction manual of the TV. (*) ARC function: This function transmits the audio signals of the TV via an HDMI cable, and plays the audio of the TV on this unit. Connection to an ARC- compatible TV is complete with one HDMI cable. To check if the TV supports the ARC function, refer to the instruction manual of the TV, etc. a HDMI cable a TV

60 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ To Non-ARC TV If the TV does not support the ARC (Audio Return Channel) function (*), connect an HDMI cable and digital optical cable. If the TV does not have a DIGITAL OPTICAL OUT jack, you can use an analog audio cable to connect with the AUDIO IN TV jack. • If you use a cable set-top box, etc. connected to the input jack of this unit to watch TV (without using a TV’s built-in tuner), connection with a digital optical cable or analog audio cable is not required. • Another TV or projector can be connected to the HDMI OUT SUB jack. To switch between MAIN and SUB, press the Q button ( p147) on the remote controller, and select "Other" - "HDMI Out". Note that this jack is not ARC- compatible. (*) ARC function: This function transmits the audio signals of the TV via an HDMI cable, and plays the audio of the TV on this unit. Connection to an ARC- compatible TV is complete with one HDMI cable. To check if the TV supports the ARC function, refer to the instruction manual of the TV, etc. b a TV a HDMI cable, b Digital optical cable 61 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Connecting Playback Devices Connecting an AV Component with HDMI Jack Mounted This is a connection example of an AV component equipped with an HDMI jack. When connecting with an AV component that conforms to the CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) standard, you can use the HDMI CEC function (*) that enables linking with input selectors, etc. and the HDMI Standby Through function that can transmit video and audio signals of the AV component to the TV even if this unit is in standby mode. • To play 4K or 1080p video, use a high speed HDMI cable. Setup • The HDMI CEC function and HDMI Standby Through function are automatically enabled if you select "Yes" for "5. ARC Setup" in Initial Setup ( p155). If "No, Skip" is selected, settings are required in the Setup menu after Initial Setup is completed. Press on the remote controller, and select "5. Hardware" - "HDMI" to make the settings. ( p140) • To enjoy digital surround sound including Dolby Digital, set the audio output of the connected Blu-ray Disc player etc. to the Bitstream output. (*)The HDMI CEC function: This function enables various linking operations with CEC-compliant devices, such as switching input selectors interlocking with a CEC-compliant player, switching audio output between TV and this unit or adjusting the volume using the remote controller of a CEC-compliant TV, and automatically switching this unit to standby when the TV is turned off. a HDMI cablea Streaming media player GAME BD/DVD Cable/Satellite set-top box 62 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Connecting an AV Component without HDMI Jack Mounted This is a connection example of an AV component unequipped with an HDMI jack. Select cables that match the jacks of the AV component for connection. For example, when video input is connected to the BD/DVD jack, connect the audio input to BD/DVD jack, too. Thus, video input jacks and audio input jacks should have the same name for connection. Note that video signals input to the VIDEO IN jack or the COMPONENT VIDEO IN jack are converted to HDMI video signals, and then output from the HDMI OUT jack. • To enjoy digital surround playback in formats such as Dolby Digital, you need to make a connection for audio signals with a digital coaxial cable or a digital optical cable. • According to the illustration, changing the input assignment ( p129) enables connection to jacks other than the BD/DVD jack. Setup • The COMPONENT VIDEO IN jacks are compatible only with 480i or 576i resolution. When connecting to the COMPONENT VIDEO IN jacks, set the output resolution of the player to 480i or 576i. If there is no option such as 480i, select interlace. If your player does not support 480i or 576i output, use the VIDEO IN jack. a b c • To enjoy digital surround sound including Dolby Digital, set the audio output of the connected Blu-ray Disc player etc. to the Bitstream output. OR BD/DVD a Digital coaxial cable, b Analog audio cable, c Component video cable 63 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Connecting an Audio Component This is a connection example of an audio component. Connect a CD player using a digital optical cable or analog audio cable. You can also connect a turntable that has an MM-type cartridge to the PHONO jack. • If the turntable has a built-in phono equalizer, connect it to any of the AUDIO IN jacks other than the PHONO jack. Further, if the turntable uses an MC type cartridge, install a phono equalizer compatible with the MC type cartridge between the unit and the turntable, and then connect it to any of the AUDIO IN jacks other than the PHONO jack. If the turntable has a ground wire, connect it to the GND terminal of this unit.

a b OR a CD Turntable

a Analog audio cable , b Digital optical cable 64 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Connecting a Video Camera, etc. Connect a video camera, etc. to the AUX INPUT AUDIO/HDMI jack on the front panel using an HDMI cable or stereo mini plug cable (ø1/8′′/3.5 mm). a HDMI cable a Video camera 65 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Connecting an AV Component in a Separate Room (Multi-zone Connection) Connecting a TV (ZONE 2) While a disc is played on a Blu-ray Disc player in the main room (where this unit is located), you can play the video and audio of the same Blu-ray Disc player or another AV component on the TV equipped with an HDMI IN jack in a separate room (ZONE 2). The TV in the separate room can play only the video of devices connected to the HDMI IN1 to IN3 jacks of this unit. • The audio from externally connected AV components can be output only when the signal is 2ch PCM audio. It may also be necessary to convert the audio output of the AV component to PCM output. • When video and audio via HDMI input are output to ZONE 2, set "1. Input/ Output Assign" - "TV Out / OSD" - "Zone2 HDMI" ( p127) to "Use" on the Setup menu. a HDMI cable a TV 66 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Connecting a Pre-main Amplifier (ZONE 2) You can enjoy 2-ch audio in the separate room (ZONE 2) while performing playback in the main room (where this unit is located). Use an analog cable to connect the ZONE 2 PRE/LINE OUT jack of this unit and the LINE IN jack of the pre-main amplifier or power amplifier in the separate room. The same source can be played back in the main room and ZONE 2 simultaneously. Also, different sources can be played back in both rooms. • To output audio from an externally connected AV component to ZONE 2, connect it to any of HDMI IN1 to IN3 jacks. If the AV component is not equipped with an HDMI jack, use a digital coaxial cable, digital optical cable or analog audio cable. Also, the audio from externally connected AV components can be output to ZONE 2 only when the audio is analog or 2ch PCM signal. When the AV component is connected to this unit with an HDMI cable, digital coaxial cable or digital optical cable, change the audio output of the AV component to the PCM output. a Analog audio cable a LINE IN Premain Amp. 67 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Connecting a Pre-main Amplifier (ZONE 3) You can enjoy 2-ch audio in the separate room (ZONE 3) while performing playback in the main room (where this unit is located). Use an analog cable to connect the ZONE 3 PRE/LINE OUT jack of this unit and the LINE IN jack of the pre-main amplifier or power amplifier in the separate room. The same source can be played back in the main room and ZONE 3 simultaneously. Also, different sources can be played back in both rooms. • The ZONE 3 PRE/LINE OUT terminal can output only when "2. Speaker" - "Configuration" in the Setup menu ( p131) is set to one of the following. – When "Speaker Channels" is set to "2.1 ch", "3.1 ch", "4.1 ch", or "5.1 ch" – When "Speaker Channels" is set to "5.1 ch" or "5.1.2 ch", and "Zone Speaker" is set to "Zone 2/Zone 3" – When "Speaker Channels" is set to "2.1.2 ch", "3.1.2 ch", "4.1.2 ch", or "5.1.2 ch", and "Bi-Amp" and "Zone Speaker" is set to "No" • To output audio from an externally connected AV component to ZONE 3, use an analog audio cable for connection. Note that ZONE 3 output is not possible with the connection using a HDMI cable, digital coaxial cable, or digital optical cable. a a LINE IN BD/DVD Premain Amp. a Analog audio cable 68 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Connecting Antennas Connect the antenna to this unit, and set up the antenna at the best position for listening while receiving radio signals. Attach the indoor FM antenna to the wall using push pins or adhesive tape. a Indoor FM antenna, b AM loop antenna b

(North American models) (European, Australian and Asian models) b a a 69 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫

Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Network Connection This unit can be connected to the network using a wired LAN or Wi-Fi (wireless LAN). You can enjoy network functions such as Internet radio by network connection. If connection is made by the wired LAN, connect the router and the ETHERNET jack with the LAN cable as shown in the illustration. To connect by Wi-Fi, select "Wireless" for "4. Network Connection" in Initial Setup ( p157), select your desired setting method, and then follow the on-screen instructions. For the Wi-Fi connection, stand the wireless antenna for use. a LAN cable a 70 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Connecting External Control Devices IR IN port When connecting a remote control receiver unit consisting of an IR Receiver, etc. to this unit, operation using the remote controller is possible even if the remote control signal is difficult to reach (due to installation in the cabinet, etc.). You can also operate the unit using the remote controller from a separate room such as ZONE 2. For adopting a remote control receiver unit, contact the specialized stores. • For the type of cable required for connection, refer to the operation manual, etc. of the remote control receiver unit. IR Receiver 71 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ 12V TRIGGER OUT jack When connecting a device equipped with a TRIGGER IN jack such as a BD/DVD player to this unit, the device can be turned on or set to standby by interlocking the operation on this unit. When any input is selected, this unit outputs a maximum of 12 V/100 mA control signal from the 12V TRIGGER OUT jack, and controls the power link operation of the external device. • For connection, use a monaural mini plug cable (ø1/8′′/3.5 mm) without resistance. Do not use a stereo mini plug cable. a BD/DVD a Monaural mini plug cable (ø1/8′′/3.5 mm) 72 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Connecting the Power Cord Connect the power cord after all the connections are completed. • This unit includes a removable power cord. Be sure to connect the power cord to the AC INLET of the unit first, and then connect it to the outlet. Always disconnect the outlet side first when disconnecting the power cord. a Power cord a 73 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Playback Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Playback AV Component Playback 75 BLUETOOTH® Playback 76 Internet Radio 77 Spotify 79 AirPlay® 80 DTS Play-Fi® 81 FlareConnectTM 82 USB Storage Device 83 Playing back files on a PC and NAS (Music Server) 86 Play Queue 91 Listening To the AM/FM Radio 93 Multi-zone 98 Convenience functions 103 Listening Mode 104

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Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ AV Component Playback You can play the audio from AV components, such as Blu-ray disc players through this unit. • When a TV is connected to the HDMI OUT SUB jack, press Q, and select "Other" - "HDMI Out" to switch between MAIN and SUB. Basic Operations Perform the following procedure when this unit is on. TV’s REMOTE 1. Switch the input on the TV to the input connected to the unit. INPUT Inputs 2. Press the input selector whose name is the same as that of the jack to which the player is connected. TVHDMI 1 For example, press BD/DVD to play the player connected to the BD/DVD jack. Press TV to listen the sound of the TV. Also, to play a device connected to the AUX INPUT AUDIO/HDMI jack on the front panel, press AUX. HDMI 2 • When the CEC link function works, the input switches automatically HDMI 3 TV when a CEC compliant TV or player is connected to this unit using HDMI connection. 3. Start play on the AV component. Input selector Q 75 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫

Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ BLUETOOTH® Playback You can wirelessly play the audio on a BLUETOOTH-enabled device, such as a smartphone. Basic Operations Perform the following procedure when this unit is on. Pairing 1. When you press the button, "Now Pairing..." is displayed on this unit's display, and the pairing mode is enabled. 2. Enable (turn on) the BLUETOOTH function of the BLUETOOTH-enabled device, and then select this unit from among the devices displayed. If a password is requested, enter "0000". • This unit is displayed as "Onkyo TX-RZ730 XXXXXX". This display can be changed with the Friendly Name function ( p142) or the Onkyo Controller App (can be used with the iOS or AndroidTM). • To connect another BLUETOOTH-enabled device, press and hold the button until "Now Pairing..." is displayed, and then perform step 2. This unit can store the pairing information of up to 8 paired devices. • The coverage area is approx. 48 ́/15 m. Note that connection is not always guaranteed with all BLUETOOTH-enabled devices.

Onkyo TX-RZ730 XXX Playing Back 1. Perform the connection procedure on the BLUETOOTH-enabled device.

The input on this unit automatically switches to "BLUETOOTH". 2. Playing the music file. Turn up the volume of the BLUETOOTH-enabled device to an appropriate level. • Due to the characteristics of BLUETOOTH wireless technology, the sound produced on this unit may slightly be behind the sound played on the BLUETOOTH-enabled device. 76 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Internet Radio By connecting this unit to an Internet-connected network, you can enjoy Internet radio services, such as TuneIn Radio, etc. • To play Internet radio services, the network needs to be connected to the Internet. • Depending on the Internet radio service, a user registration may be required on your PC beforehand. For details of each service, visit the website of each service. Playing Back Perform the following procedure when this unit is on. TV’s REMOTE 1. Switch the input on the TV to the input connected to the unit. INPUT Inputs 2. Pressing NET will display the Network Functions list screen on the TV. 3. Select your preferred Internet radio service using cursor, and press ENTER to TVHDMI 1 confirm the selection. 4. Following the on-screen instructions, select a radio station and program using cursor, and then press ENTER to play. HDMI 2 • To return to the previous screen, press . HDMI 3 TV NET / / / ENTER The illustration shows an image. 77 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Internet Radio Service Menu You can bookmark specific stations, or delete stations that have been bookmarked. The displayed menu varies according to the service being selected. The menu icon is displayed while a station is being played. When only this icon is displayed, pressing ENTER will display the menu on the screen. When multiple icons are displayed, select the icon with the cursor, and press ENTER. Regarding the TuneIn Radio Account If you create an account on the TuneIn Radio website (tunein.com), and log in it from this unit, your favorite radio stations or programs you have followed on the website are automatically added to your "My Presets" on this unit. "My Presets" is displayed on the next level in the hierarchical structure of TuneIn Radio. To display a radio station added to "My Presets", you need log into TuneIn Radio from the unit. To log in, select "Login" - "I have a TuneIn account" in the "TuneIn Radio" top list on the unit, and then enter your user name and password. • If you select "Login" on this unit, a registration code is displayed. By using this code, you can associate the device on the My Page section of the TuneIn Radio website so that you can log in from "Login" - "Login with a registration code" without entering the user name and password. 78 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ Spotify By connecting this unit to the same network as mobile devices, such as a smartphone and tablet, you can enjoy music played with Spotify Connect wirelessly. • To play Spotify Connect, install a Spotify application on your smartphone or tablet. Also, you need to obtain a Spotify premium account. – For details of Spotify settings, go to: http://www.spotify.com/connect/ Playing Back 1. Connect the mobile device to the access point where this unit is connected via network. 2. Start up the Spotify application. 3. Play a track on the Spotify application, switch the screen to the playback operation screen, and then tap "Devices Available" on the bottom of the screen. Wi-Fi 4. Select this unit. 5. This unit is automatically turned on, the input is switched to NET, and Spotify will start the streaming playback. • When "5. Hardware" - "Power Management" - "Network Standby" is set to "Off" in the Setup menu, turn this unit on manually, and press NET on the remote controller. In the factory default setting, the Network Standby function ( p144) is set to On. Notes when using the multi-zone function • To enjoy Spotify music in a separate room, select NET manually as the input of the separate room. Then, select this unit on the Spotify application. • Volume adjustment with the Spotify application is possible for speakers connected to the ZONE speaker terminals or when the volume of the audio Devices Available Onkyo TX-RZ730 XXX device in a separate room is configured so that its volume can be adjusted on this unit. In any other cases, adjust the volume on the audio device placed in a separate room. • To enjoy Spotify music in the main room after playing it in a separate room, Devices Availableswitch the input of the main room to NET. 79 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫ Contents ≫ Connections ≫ Playback ≫ Setup ≫ AirPlay® By connecting this unit to the same network as iOS devices, such as iPhone®, iPod touch® and iPad®, you can enjoy music files on iOS devices wirelessly. • Update the OS version on your iOS device to the latest version. • Depending on the iOS version, operation screens or operation procedures on the iOS device may be different. For details, refer to the operating instructions for the iOS device. Basic Operations 1. Connect the iOS device to the access point where this unit is connected via network. 2. Tap the AirPlay icon on the play screen of the music play application on the iOS device, and select this unit from the displayed devices. 3. Play the music file on the iOS device. • When "5. Hardware" - "Power Management" - "Network Standby" is set to "Off" Wi-Fi in the Setup menu, turn this unit on manually, and press NET on the remote controller. In the factory default setting, the Network Standby function ( p144) is set to On. • Due to the characteristics of AirPlay wireless technology, the sound produced on this unit may slightly be behind the sound played on the AirPlay-enabled device. You can also play the music files on a PC with iTunes (Ver. 10.2 or later) equipped. Confirm that this unit and the PC are connected to the same network beforehand. Then, press NET on this unit. Next, click the AirPlay icon in iTunes, select this unit from the displayed devices, and start play of a music file. iPhone Onkyo TX-RZ730 XXXXXX e.g., iOS 10 80 Front Panel≫ Rear Panel≫ Remote≫


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