Sony NHS-1000 user manual

User manual for the device Sony NHS-1000

Device: Sony NHS-1000
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Date of adding : 2013-04-08 16:12:57
Number of pages: 28
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Operating Instructions
NHS-1000 Home Entertainment Solution
NHS-1000

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Welcome Welcome Congratulations on your purchase of the Sony NHS-1000 Home Entertainment Solution. It will extend superb audio and video entertainment throughout your home. • You can throw a party and have the same music playing in as many as seven rooms. • You can enjoy up to six audio/video sources at one time. - Your family members can enjoy two different CDs simultaneously, thanks to the inclusion of both a 400-disc CD changer and a 5-disc DVD/CD changer. • The Sony system puts everythin

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The Main System The NHS-1000 is a six-zone system that can be configured for as few as three and as many as seven rooms (one Main Room and up to six Remote Rooms). Entertainment comes from a central rack of equipment near the Main Room. The Main Room system incorporates the following components: • Sony A/V receiver • Sony multi-room distribution unit ® • Sony 400-disc MegaStorage CD changer • Sony 5-disc DVD/CD changer with progressive scan • Sony VHS videocassette recorder • Sony television •

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Parts and Controls ® Main Room Radio Frequency (RF) Remote Commander Unit Muting. Press once to mute the audio temporarily, as during a telephone conversation. Press again to restore the audio. MUTING SYSTEM OFF System Off. Press to shut down the system. Cursor/Enter. Push the control in the desired direction to navigate on- screen menus. Press down on the control to ENTER selections. Channel +/-. Press to VOLUME CHANNEL control the source. Volume +/-. Press to adjust the volume. RS-232C Con

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Parts and Controls Remote Room Wall Panel Infared Sensor. Receives infrared Display Window. This Liquid Crystal Display signals from the supplied infrared shows multiple windows of information, including ® (IR) Remote Commander units. the selected source, zone volume level, zone and system status; disc, track and time information; menus of disc titles loaded in the 400-disc Select buttons. These eight buttons DVD/CD changer, menus of disc titles loaded in select menu items presented on the 400-d

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The P Main arts and Contr System ols ® Remote Room Infrared (IR) Remote Commander Unit * These buttons only control a Sony television. Buttons marked in gray control the source components. Dimmer button. Press to raise and lower the brightness of the Keypad display window backlight. Sleep button. Activates the keypad's Sleep function, which automatically turns off the keypad after a specified TV Power button. Turns a Sony television in the room on and off. duration. Each time you press the bu

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Using the RF Remote Commander Unit In addition to fixed, single-purpose buttons, your Radio Frequency (RF) Remote Commander unit incorporates fully programmed and customized menus that appear on the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD). This makes operation easier, by presenting you with "virtual" buttons that are larger, more widely spaced and properly labeled for the functions you're controlling at any given time. It also enables the remote to function as a status display, complete with menus that l

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Using the RF Remote Commander Unit Choosing a source. Touch one of the virtual buttons for Source on the left-hand side of the screen. 1. DVD is for a 5-disc DVD/CD carousel changer 2. CD MEGA refers to the CD MegaStorage 400-disc changer integrated into your system. 3. TUNER is your choice for AM or FM stations. 4. VCR is for using the VHS videocassette recorder. 5. CABLE/SAT is for an optional Cable, Satellite or High Definition TV set-top box, integrated by your installer. Controlling a so

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Using the RF Remote Commander Unit Turning the system off. 1. Press the SYSTEM OFF "hard" button RF Remote Commander unit. The SYSTEM OFF menu will appear in the LCD screen. 2. To turn the system off just in your room only, touch the virtual button for THIS ZONE OFF. 3. To turn the entire system off, touch the virtual button for ALL ZONE OFF. 4. To turn the main room television on or off, touch the virtual button for TV POWER. 5. To change your mind and return to the previous screen, touch

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Using the RF Remote Commander Unit DVD Mega Page 1 ...continued 7. PREVIOUS button. Goes to the previous DVD chapter or CD track. 8. REVERSE SCAN button. Moves quickly back through the disc. Press again for high-speed scan. 9. PLAY button. Activates DVD/CD playback. 10. FORWARD SCAN button. Moves quickly forward through the disc. Press again for high-speed scan. 11. NEXT button. Goes to the next DVD chapter or CD track. 12. DISPLAY button. Activates the DVD player on-screen di

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Using the RF Remote Commander Unit Controlling the CD MegaStorage 400-disc changer. When you choose the CD MegaStorage 400-disc changer, the RF Remote Commander unit displays the first of two control pages. CD Mega Page 1 1. TV POWER button. Cycles the Main Room television on and off. 2. PAGE BACK button. Takes you to control page 2 of 2. 3. PAGE FORWARD button. Takes you to control page 2 of 2. 4. CURRENT DISC TITLE display. Shows you the CD changer slot number and the title of the cur

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Using the RF Remote Commander Unit Controlling the AM/FM Tuner 1. TV POWER button. Cycles the Main Room television on and off. 2. CURRENT STATION NAME display. Shows you the preset number and the name of the current radio station. 3. AVAILABLE DISC NAME display. Shows you the preset numbers and the names of stations preset in the AV receiver. To hear a station, simply touch the name. 4. PAGE UP button. Scrolls up through the available preset stations. 5. PAGE DOWN button. Scrolls down

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Using the RF Remote Commander Unit Controlling an optional Cable, Satellite or High Definition set-top box. Some NHS-1000 systems will include an optional Cable, Satellite or High Definition set-top box in the system rack. This will enable you to tune the channels you subscribe to using the RF Remote Commander unit. Cable/Sat Page 1 1. WIDE MODE button. Cycles the main room television among three different widescreen modes: Full, Zoom, Wide Zoom and then back to Full. 2. PAGE BACK button. T

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Using the RF Remote Commander Unit Recharging the RF Remote Commander Unit. The RF Remote Commander unit is powered by an internal, rechargeable battery. When the "low battery" on-screen icon appears in the LCD window, recharge the battery by inserting into the cradle, as shown. The cradle should be plugged into a standard AC power outlet. You can continue to operate the RF Remote Commander unit, even as it recharges in the cradle. 12

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Using the RF Remote Commander Unit Understanding system status. The top right of the LCD window contains status information This shows your current volume control setting as decibels below full volume. (For example -20 dB is louder than -30 dB.) RF communication between the unit and the base station antenna is functioning properly. RF communication between the unit and the base station antenna is not functioning properly. There may be interference or the transmission distance may be too great

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Using the In-Wall Keypad Using the In-Wall Keypad Your system is configured by your installer for two to six Remote Rooms. Each Remote Room constitutes a separate "zone" with its own ® selection of entertainment. Each Remote Room is supplied with an In-Wall Keypad and a handheld infrared Remote Commander unit. IR sensor Receives IR signals from the IR Remote Control for Keypad (supplied). Display window Shows the selected source, zone volume level, zone and system status, and other system st

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Using the In-Wall Keypad IMPORTANT NOTICE: If your system distributes the video output from a single, centralized Cable TV, Satellite TV or High Definition TV set-top box, your remote room keypad is LIMITED to a SINGLE Cable, Satellite or High Definition TV channel selected in the main room set-top box. To get independent channel selection in every room, your installer must distribute the incoming Cable, Satellite or High Definition TV signal to set-top boxes in every room. In this case, you ca

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Using the In-Wall Keypad If you want to... Use the In-Wall Keypad and... 1. Adjust the volume with the VOLUME +/- buttons. Adjust the volume. 2. As you adjust the volume, a bar graph of your volume setting will appear in the Display Window. A number to the right of the bar graph shows the relative volume setting. The higher the number, the louder the setting. 3. To block the audio portion of the program temporarily in the room, press the MUTING button. Press MUTING again to resume hearing th

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Using the In-Wall Keypad If you want to... Use the In-Wall Keypad and... 1. PAUSE button. Temporarily halts playback on the selected Control playback. component. Press again to resume playback. After you change the playback mode, the Display Window screen changes for a few seconds to confirm your choice as well as the DVD Mega or CD Mega disc number and disc title. 2. NEXT button. Advances to the next track, chapter, title or preset station. 3. PREVIOUS button. Returns to the previous tra

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Using the In-Wall Keypad If you want to... Use the In-Wall Keypad and... 1. Press the POWER button. Turn the Remote Room off. 2. If you've been watching a video source, turn off the room television. In your Sony system, controls for the central entertainment Lock a source. sources are located throughout your home. This creates the possibility that users in the home theater room, for example, could accidentally interrupt the viewing of a DVD in a bedroom. You can prevent this by "locking" the


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