Pioneer VSX-C100-S Receiver
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Model:
VSX-C100-S
Date:
2002
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Description:
AUDIO/VIDEO MULTI-CHANNEL RECEIVER

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Compatibility with the Home Theater Formats Dolby Digital, DTS Sound Decoders These highly evolved multichannel sound formats are the heart of Home theater. They deliver Realistic multichannel sound that can turn any living room into a theater, reproducing all the sound effects of the original movie. The VSX-C100.C100-S has the flexibility to decode all these formats. Dolby Pro Logic II Decoder The VSX-C100.C100-S reproduces this industry-leading format with excellent clarity. With it you can get multichannel surround sound even from two channel and Dolby Surround sources. Home theater Listening Modes Custom Designed Listening Modes (p.35) These modes enhance the sound of sources from movies and music to TV and video games for a more dramatic effect. These are each designed to accentuate specific sound qualities, giving the listener a wide range of possibilities. VIRTUAL Mode (p.35) This especially designed listening mode uses only two channels but through sound imaging imitates a full surround sound. It allows you to experience surround sound with only two speakers. PHONES SURROUND Mode (p.35) This new Headphone mode allows the user to get a surround-like sound while listening on headphones designed to accommodate this technology. Sound Modes (p.37) This unit also has especially created Sound Modes that can enhance your listening experience and bring out the best in each soundtrack. Each mode is designed to bring out a specific quality of the soundtrack or balance the sound. The NATURAL corrects the frequencies for small speakers to achieve better theater-like surround sound. The MIDNIGHT listening mode allows you to obtain excellent surround sound effects even when listening at low volumes, something that was previously impossible. The QUIET mode provides good sound by smoothing out harsh noises in the soundtrack. This is achieved by reducing the bass and treble. The BRIGHT mode flattens out the total frequency output to match the charactersics of the front speakers. The S.BASS mode gives you added bass for that driving punch that really livens up your music or makes a film more Realistic. Easy-to-use Remote Control This new remote control is extremely convenient to use. One button is dedicated to one task in the control of the receiver, eliminating confusing buttons whose purpose are unclear. In addition, this remote can be used to operate a variety of other Components simply by recalling the appropriate setup codes. Easy Setup for Quick Home Use This Receiver features an automatic setup function that senses which speakers you have hooked up and automatically sets the Receiver for proper surround sound. Thus, you can start enjoying Home theater immediately after hooking up your speakers and components, without worrying about difficult setup procedures. The Energy-saving Design This unit is designed to use less than 1 W of energy when the Receiver is in standby mode.

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User Manual
Manual type:
User Manual
Pages:
60
Size:
2.18 Mbytes (2288016 Bytes)
Language:
english
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Manual ID:
TNGZC/02D00001
Date:
01 January 2002
Quality:
Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
Upload date:
30 September 2020
MD5:
03e2bdbfff607bcca5155085e6968de3
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Contents 6 Quick Start Guide 7 01 Introductory Information 11 Checking the Supplied Accessories 11 Installing the Receiver 11 Ventilation 11 When Making Cable Connections 11 Loading the Batteries 12 Operating Range of Remote Control Unit 12 Maintenance of External Surfaces 12 02 Connecting Your Equipment 13 Audio/Video Cords 13 Coaxial Cords/Optical Cables 13 Connecting a DVD player & TV 14 Connecting a Digital Tuner/Set Top Box 15 Connecting a TV with an Internal Digital Tuner 16 Connecting Video Components 16 Connecting Speakers 18 Hints on Speaker Placement 19 Connecting Antennas 20 Using External Antennas 20 Operating other Pioneer Components with this Unit’s Sensor 21 Plugging in the Receiver 21 03 Displays & Controls 22 Front Panel 22 Rear Panel 23 Remote Control 24 04 Basic Playback 26 Checking the Settings on Your DVD (or other) Player 26 Program Format/Speaker Channel Indicators 26 Playing a Source 27 05 Fine Tuning Your Surround Sound 28 Room Setup 28 Personalizing Your Surround Sound 29 Setting the Volume Level of Each Channel 34 06 Playback Modes 35 Listening Modes 35 Selecting a Listening Mode 36 Sound Modes 37 Selecting a Sound Mode 37 07 Using the Tuner 38 Finding a Station 38 Channel Step Setting (multi-voltage model only) 38 Tuning Directly to a Station 39 Memorizing Stations 39 Naming Memorized Stations 40 Recalling Memorized Stations 40 08 Using Other Functions 41 Muting the Sound 41 Using the Headphones 41 Changing the Display Brightness (DIMMER button) 41 Input Signal Select 42 The SLEEP Function 42 Resetting the System 42 Default Settings for the Receiver 43 09 Controlling the Rest of Your System 44 Changing the Remote Control Mode 44 Recalling Preset Codes 45 Clearing the Preset Codes 46 CD/MD/CD-R/VCR/DVD/LD/DVD recorder/ Cassette deck Controls 47 Cable TV/Satellite TV/Digital TV/TV Controls 48 Preset Code List 49 10 Additional Information 50 Troubleshooting 50 11 Techno Know How 53 Understanding DVD Packaging 53 Digital Audio Formats 53 Recording Formats 54 Playback Formats 54 Specifications (U.S. model) 56 Specifications (Multi voltage model and Singaporean model) 57

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