Speaker Configuration

The speaker output characteristics are changed and settings are configured according to your speakers.

Amplifier Mode

This unit is loaded with 4 channels of output (SPEAKERS A (L/R), SPEAKERS B (L/R)), for a maximum of two sets of speakers that support a variety of playback methods. Connect and set up the speakers for your preferred playback method in advance.

Standard (A, B, or A+B)
(Default):

When either SPEAKERS A terminals or SPEAKERS B terminals are connected (Connecting speaker A (Standard connection, Parallel BTL)link, Connecting speaker Blink) and when both SPEAKERS A and B terminals are connected as 2 sets of speakers in a multi-drive connection, set link.

Parallel BTL:

The speakers for each channel are driven by four amps built into this unit, and this is effective for parallel BTL function which realizes sound quality with damping force. Set when speakers are connected to the SPEAKERS A terminals. link

Do not connect a speaker to the SPEAKERS B terminal when “Parallel BTL” is set.

Bi-Amp:

Enables the bi-amp function. Set when bi-amp is connected. link

Response

Switches the frequency characteristics of the speaker output. Set as desired.

Flat
(Default):

Properties are flat.

Response1 :

Cuts low frequencies 40 Hz or under by
–12 dB/oct.

Response2 :

Cuts low frequencies 60 Hz or under by
–12 dB/oct.

Response3 :

Cuts low frequencies 80 Hz or under by
–12 dB/oct.

Response4 :

Cuts low frequencies 100 Hz or under by –12 dB/oct.

When the “Speaker Configuration” - “Amplifier Mode” setting is “Standard (A, B, or A+B)”, SPEAKERS A/B terminals can be set individually.

The “Response” setting is not reflected in headphones, audio or subwoofer output.

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