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Remote control

When playing Dolby Digital or
DTS sources, the receiver’s
format indicators do not light.
• No digital connection, or the digital
connection is incorrect.
• Check the digital audio connection (page 19).
• The receiver’s input signal type is set to
analog.
• Set the receiver to
AUTO
or
DIGITAL
(see
Selecting the
input signal type
on page 43).
• The DVD player is set to output Dolby Digital
and/or DTS audio as PCM.
• Check the settings on the player. Set the output for
Dolby Digital and DTS (no PCM conversion). See also the
operating instructions that came with your DVD player.
• The disc has several playback audio tracks;
the one currently playing is actually PCM.
• Switch the playback audio channel on your DVD player.
See the operating instructions that came with your DVD
player.
When playing certain discs,
none of the receiver’s format
indicators light.
• The audio format of the disc is not 5.1/6.1
channel.
• This is not a malfunction. Check the disc packaging for
details of the audio formats available on the disc.
When playing a disc, the
2
PRO LOGIC II
or
Neo:6
indicator lights on the receiver.
• The input signal type is set to analog. • Set the receiver to
AUTO
or
DIGITAL
(see
Selecting the
input signal type
on page 43).
• A 2 channel soundtrack is currently playing. • This is not a malfunction. Check the disc packaging for
details of the audio formats available on the disc.
• The soundtrack currently playing is
encoded using Dolby Surround.
• This is not a malfunction. Check the disc packaging for
details of the audio formats available on the disc.
During playback of a Surround
EX or DTS ES source on the
SB
CH AUTO
setting, the
EX
and
ES
indicators don’t light, or the
signal is not properly processed.
•The source may be Dolby Surround EX / DTS
ES software, but it has no flag to indicate it is
6.1 compatible.
• Switch the surround back channel setting (page 44) to
SB CH ON
then switch to the THX Surround EX or
Standard EX listening mode (see
Listening in surround
sound
on page 38).
Symptom Cause Remedy
Symptom Cause Remedy
Cannot be remote controlled. • The remote control batteries have worn out. • Replace the batteries (see
Loading the batteries
on
page 7).
• Too far away or improper angle of operation. • Operate within 7 meters and a 30º angle of the remote
sensor on the front panel (see
Operating range of the
remote control
on page 8).
• There is an obstacle between the receiver
and the remote control.
• Remove the obstacle or move to another place.
• Strong light such as fluorescent light is
shining onto the unit's remote control sensor.
• Avoid exposing the remote sensor on the front panel to
direct light.
• Something is plugged into the
CONTROL IN
jack.
• Unplug the cable from the
CONTROL IN
jack and use
remote normally (see
Operating other Pioneer components
with this unit’s sensor
on page 65).
• The IR receiver type is mismatched with the
setting.
• Disconnect the IR receiver from the rear panel or set to
the other IR receiver type (see
Multi-Room and IR receiver
setup
on page 85).
Other components can't be
operated with the system
remote.
• The preset code settings are wrong. • Input the correct preset code.
• The batteries wore out and the system
settings were cleared.
• Reset the proper system settings.
The SR cable is connected, but
the connected components can’t
be operated with the remote.
• The SR cable hasn't been connected
properly.
• Reinsert the SR cable, making sure it’s connected to the
right jack (see
Operating other Pioneer components with
this unit’s sensor
on page 65).
• The rest of the component connections
have not been made.
• Make sure an analog connection has been made
between the units.
• The component you have hooked up is not a
Pioneer product.
• This feature only works with Pioneer products.
The remote control backlight is
switched on, but the
ENTER
button doesn’t light.
• This is not a malfunction. • This is a feature designed for quickly identifying the
remote control buttons in a dark room.
The remote control
RF ATT
button has no effect.
• This is not a malfunction. • This unit has no RF attenuator feature.
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