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AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C
AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C Table of Contents IntroductIon 3 operAtIng your AVr 16 SupplIed AcceSSorIeS 3 controllIng the Volume 16 ImportAnt SAfety InformAtIon 3 mutIng the Sound 16 plAce the AVr 3 lIStenIng through heAdphoneS 16 front-pAnel controlS 4 SelectIng A Source 16 reAr-pAnel connectorS 5 VIdeo troubleShootIng tIpS 16 SyStem remote control functIonS 6 lIStenIng to fm And Am rAdIo 16 IntroductIon to home theAter 8 lIStenIng to medIA on A uSb deVIce 16 typIcAl home theAter SyStem 8 SelectIng
Introduction, Supplied Accessories, AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C Important Safety Information and Place the AVR Introduction IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION Thank you for choosing this Harman Kardon product! Verify Line Voltage Before Use for more than fifty years, the harman kardon mission has been to share a passion for music the AVr 700 has been designed for use with 120-volt alternating current (Ac). the and entertainment, using leading-edge technology to achieve premium performance. AVr 70 and A
AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C Front-Panel Controls Front-Panel Controls Standby Ir message memory/folder Volume power on Indicator (inside Volume control ring) Indicator Sensor display button control main power on/Standby Surround mode Am/fm Source Select uSb Video 3 Switch Switch Select buttons button buttons port Audio and Video Input connectors Stereo mode tuning up/down preset Selector headphone button button buttons connector Main Power switch: this mechanical switch turns the AVr’s power su
AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C Rear-Panel Connectors Rear-Panel Connectors ® digital Audio hdmI composite Video Ac Input connectors connectors connectors connector radio Antenna Analog Audio Subwoofer Speaker connectors connectors connector connectors Radio Antenna connectors: connect the included Am and fm antennas to their Subwoofer connector: connect this jack to a powered subwoofer that has a line-level respective terminals for radio reception. See Connect the Radio Antennas, on page 13, input co
AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C System Remote Control Functions Remote Control Functions Ir transmitter lens mute button power on button power off button AVr button Source Selector buttons Stereo mode button tone controls button Surround mode Select buttons Volume up/down buttons display mode button test tone Sequence button Audio Input Select button Setup menu button ok button back/exit button channel level button left/right/up/down buttons number buttons memory button tuning up/down buttons preset Stat
AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C System Remote Control Functions, continued Audio Input Select button: press this button to select the specific digital audio input (or Remote Control Functions, continued analog audio input) to which the current source is connected. each press of the button advances through the following inputs: optical digital 1, optical digital 2, coaxial digital, In addition to controlling the AVr, the AVr remote can also control a harman kardon blu- hdmI (for hdmI 1 – hdmI 3 only)
Introduction to Home Theater AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C and Place Your Speakers Introduction to Home Theater Place Your Speakers this introductory section will help you to familiarize yourself with some basic concepts determine the locations for your system’s speakers according to their manufacturer’s unique to multichannel surround-sound AVrs, which will make it easier for you to set up directions and the layout of your listening room. use the illustration below as a guide for and operate your
Types of Home Theater AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C System Connections Subwoofer Connections Types of Home Theater System Connections the subwoofer is a speaker dedicated to reproducing only the low (bass) frequencies, there are different types of audio and video connections used to connect the AVr to your which require more power. to obtain the best results, most speaker manufacturers offer speakers, your tV or video display, and your source devices. the consumer electronics powered subwoofers t
Types of Home Theater System AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C Connections, continued Digital Audio Connections – Optical Radio Connections optical digital audio connectors are normally covered by a shutter to protect them from your AVr uses separate terminals for the included fm and Am antennas. the fm antenna dust. the shutter opens as the cable is inserted. optical input connectors are color-coded uses a 75-ohm f-connector. using a black shutter. the Am antenna connector uses spring-clip terminals.
AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C Making Connections Connect Your TV or Video Display Making Connections HDMI Monitor Out connector If your tV has an hdmI connector and you have hdmI or component video source CAUTION: Before making any connections to the AVR, ensure that the AVR’s AC devices, use an hdmI cable (not included) to connect your tV to the AVr’s hdmI monitor power cord is unplugged from the AVR and the AC outlet. Making connections out connector. It will provide the best possible picture qua
AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C Making Connections, continued HDMI devices Optical digital audio devices If any of your source devices have hdmI connectors, using those connectors will provide If your source devices have optical digital outputs, connect them to the AVr’s optical the best possible video and audio performance quality. Since the hdmI cable carries digital Audio connectors. note: make only one type of digital connection (hdmI, optical both digital video and digital audio signals, you do no
AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C Making Connections, continued Audio recorders Connect to AC Power connect an analog audio recorder’s inputs to the AVr’s analog audio tape out connectors. connect the Ac power cord to the AVr’s Ac Input connector and then to a working Ac you can record any analog audio input signal except for the tape 1 input. power outlet. AVr Analog Audio AVr Ac recorder connectors Input connector Ac power outlet power cord (supplied) Stereo Audio cable (not supplied) to Stereo An
AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C Set Up the AVR Configure the AVR for Your Speakers Set Up the AVR 1. turn on your tV and select the tV’s composite video input where you connected the AVr in Connect Your TV or Video Display, on page 11. Turn On the AVR 2. press the remote control’s Setup button. the AVr’s on-screen display (oSd) System 1. Set the front-panel main power switch to “on.” (the front-panel Standby indicator Setup menu will appear on the tV. will glow amber.) 2. press the front-panel on/
AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C Set Up the AVR, continued consult the technical specifications for your system’s main left and right speakers and Notes on Setting Subwoofer Volume: locate the frequency response, usually given as a range, e.g., 80hz – 20khz (±3db). • Sometimes the ideal subwoofer volume setting for music is too loud for films, while note the lowest frequency that the speakers are capable of playing (80hz in the above the ideal setting for films is too quiet for music. when setting the
AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C Operating Your AVR In the fm Stereo mode, the radio uses automatic tuning, meaning each press of the Operating Your AVR tuning up/down buttons scans until a station with acceptable signal strength is found. In the fm mono mode, the radio uses manual tuning, in which each press of a tuning button now that you have installed your components and completed a basic configuration, you steps through a single frequency increment. (using the fm mono mode may improve the are re
Operating Your AVR, continued, AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C and Advanced Functions Surround Mode Selection Selecting a Surround Mode Surround-mode selection depends upon the format of the incoming audio signal as well Selecting a surround mode can be as simple or sophisticated as your individual system as your personal taste. Although there is never a time when all of the AVr’s surround and tastes. feel free to experiment, and you may find a few favorites for certain sources modes are available
AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C Advanced Functions, continued To reset the AVR’s processor: Sleep Timer 1. p ress the front-panel Standby/on switch to place the unit in the Standby mode (the the sleep timer sets the AVr to play for up to 90 minutes and then turn off automatically. Standby Indicator led will turn amber). press the Sleep button on the remote, and the time until turn-off will be displayed on 2. p ress and hold the front-panel Standby and memory/folder buttons until the reSet the front-pa
AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Symptom Cause Solution unit does not function when main power switch is • No AC power • Ensure that the power cord is plugged into a live AC turned on power outlet • Check if the AC outlet is switch-controlled front-panel message display lights, but there's no • Intermittent input connection • Secure all input and speaker connections sound or picture • Mute is on • Press Mute button • Volume control is turned down • Turn up Volume control
AVR 700/AVR 70/AVR 70C Specifications Specifications Audio Section Video Section multichannel power: 75w per channel, two television format: ntSc (AVr 700); channels driven @ 6 pAl (AVr 70/AVr 70c) ohms, 20hz – 20khz, Input level/impedance: 1Vp-p/75 ohms <0.1% thd; 100w per channel, two output level/impedance: 1Vp-p/75 ohms channels driven @ 6 ohms, 1khz, <1% thd Video frequency response (composite video): 10hz – 8mhz (–3db) Input sensitivity/impedance: 200mV/47k ohms hdmI: with 3d and dee
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