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Multi Channel Stereophonic Concept The VSX-37TX.36TX Receiver is constructed with Pioneer’s industry-leading multi channel stereophonic concept. This well-developed approach to Receiver circuitry takes the high level base technology that, up until now, has been only used for stereo equipment and applies it to multi-channel audio-visual receivers. The result is that the product, in addition to being expertly built, and gives you optimal sound reproduction of DVDs, other multi channel sources and stereo sources as well. This Receiver is designed capture to a true reproduction of the intentions of a filmmaker or music producer at the time they were mastering the soundtrack in the studio. It incorporates 5 independent 120 watt (100 watt for the 36TX) built in power amplifiers, with high-performance Hex power Direct Power MOS FET output transistors. This construction provides improved linearity and accurate representation of each channel for true high fidelity reproduction from even the most demanding Dolby Digital and DTS program sources. In addition, the Amplifier uses Direct Construction and a Direct Current Bus Bar /VSX-37TX only) to give the purest sound available. All these elements consolidated in one Receiver afford the listener a new surround sound experience in his or her home. Universal Player Compatibility This Receiver incorporates the latest technology and is able to handle cutting edge audio formats, like DVD Audio, which are just hitting the market. Its high compatibility offers a variety of inputs to decode all types of sources at the highest possible quality. The receiver’s multi channel in connections lets you hook up eight discrete channels of audio. It also has multi channel direct inputs and the ability to decode the cutting edge formats. Decoding of Next Generation Digital Source Film Formats Built into this Receiver is the latest in film sound format technology. This technology includes the recent THX SURROUND EX and HOME THX CINEMA surround modes which employ special processing to allow you to enjoy movie soundtracks with the same level of power and realism you experience in well-designed movie theaters. The THX SURROUND EX mode has been especially designed to incorporate surround back channels that some new source material uses. This Receiver has the ability to decode Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic and DTS (Digital Theater Systems) sources, which are the standards of Home theater today. It also offers component video terminals for the sharpest video transmission available to the consumer. Advanced Theater Modes & DSP Surround Modes Advanced Theater modes enhance the sound of either film or music so a more dramatic effect can be achieved. The four modes are each designed to accentuate specific sound qualities, giving the listener a wide range of possibilities. DSP (Digital Signal Processing) surround modes give you the capability of transforming your living room into seven different sonic environments when listening to music. Midnight Mode, Digital Noise Reduction & 7 Channel Tone Control The Midnight mode allows you to obtain excellent surround sound effects even when listening at low volumes, something that was previously impossible. Digital noise reduction filters out unwanted noise from recordings to give you a clearer sound and the 7 channel tone control allows you to adjust the treble and bass of each channel individually to suit your listening tastes. Remote Control with Illuminated Buttons This new remote control is extremely convenient to use. Its buttons can be easily viewed as they illuminate when functions are preformed. In addition, one button can perform many tasks on this remote because of the Use and Setup switch, which allows different uses for the same button in the different settings. This remote can be used to operate a variety of other Components simply by recalling the appropriate setup codes or by using the learning function to teach the remote control new commands. In addition, the multi-operation functions allow you to perform a variety of operations automatically. 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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Before You Start ... 10 Checking the Supplied Accessories ... 10 How to Use This Manual ... 10 Preparing the Remote Control ... 10 Installing the Receiver ... 11 Opening the Front Panel ... 11 Connecting Your Equipment ... 12 Audio Components ... 12 Digital Connections ... 13 Example Connection for a DVD/LD or LD player ... 14 Video Components ... 15 Satellite TV Components ... 16 TV ... 17 Multi Channel Input (External Decoder) ... 17 Connecting the Radio Antennas ... 18 Speakers ... 19 Placing Your Speakers ... 20 Connecting Additional Amplifiers ... 21 Plugging In ... 21 Displays & Controls ... 22 Front Panel ... 22 Display ... 25 Remote Control ... 26 Initial Set Up ... 28 On Screen Display ... 28 Setting Up for Surround Sound ... 29 Basic Playback ... 41 Sound Modes ... 41 Selecting a Sound Mode ... 44 Playing Sources with Dolby Digital or DTS Sound ... 45 Playing Stereo Sources ... 46 Switching Analog and Digital Signal Input ... 47 Reducing Noise During Playback ... 48 Listening in Midnight Mode ... 49 Listening the Loudness Mode ... 49 Adjusting Bass and Treble ... 50 MULTI CHANNEL IN Playback ... 51 96kHz 24bit Performance ... 51 Direct Playback ... 52 Adjusting the Brightness of the Display ... 52 DUAL MONO Setting ... 53 Using the Tuner ... 54 Automatic and Manual Tuning ... 54 Direct Access Tuning ... 55 Memorizing Frequently Used Stations ... 56 Recalling Memorized Stations ... 57 Remote Control of Other Components .. 58 Setting Up the Remote Control to Control Other Components ... 58 Using the Remote Control with Other Components.. ... 62 Using Other Functions ... 69 Recording from Audio Components ... 69 Recording from Digital Audio Components ... 70 Recording from Video Components ... 70 Multi Operations ... 71 System Off ... 73 Setting Up the Direct Function ... 74 Remote Back Light ... 75 Resetting the Remote Control ... 75 Erasing Learned Remote Control Commands ... 76 Video Select ... 77 Multi-Room ... 83 Dolby Digital ... 83 DTS ... 84 THX ... 84 Preset Code List ... 85 Troubleshooting ... 86 Specifications ... 90
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