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i.LINK interface

i.LINK messages

You may see the following messages displayed in the front panel display when using the i.LINK interface.

Symptom Cause Remedy

No sound is output. • An output signal is not produced from the
i.LINK connector on the source player.
• Refer to the manual that came with the source player.
• The selected component is not compatible
with i.LINK audio.
• Refer to the manual that came with the source player.
• The input signal is set to

DIGITAL

or

ANALOG

.
• Select

i.LINK

or

AUTO

using the

SIGNAL SELECT

button (see

Selecting the input signal type

on page 43).
i.LINK indicator does not light up
even when an i.LINK-equipped
component is selected.
• The
DIGITAL
or
ANALOG
input signal is
selected.
• Select
i.LINK
or
AUTO
using the
SIGNAL SELECT
button (see
Selecting the input signal type
on page 43).
• The i.LINK cable has become disconnected. • Check all connections.
• The i.LINK cable is too long. • Use a cable less than 3.5m long.
• The selected component does not
correspond to the i.LINK Audio format.
• Refer to the manual for the selected component.
• The component between the unit and the
source player is turned off.
• When the source player is turned off or in standby, the
output signal is not produced. Refer to the manual for the
selected component.
PQLS OFF
or
PQLS ON
is
displayed temporarily on your
player and the sound output is
discontinued.
• During playback through an i.LINK
connection, if you change the settings for
other i.LINK components, the sound will be
discontinued momentarily.
• This is not a malfunction.
The program format indicators
don’t disappear when SACD
playback stops.
• The program format indicators remain lit
until another format source is input.
• This is not a malfunction.
You can’t get i.LINK to display
when using the
SIGNAL SELECT
button.
• i.LINK-equipped component(s) are not
ready.
• Turn on the component(s).
• i.LINK input setting is incorrect. • Select the correct i.LINK input setting (see
Assigning
the i.LINK inputs
on page 82).
After upgrading a component, it
is not recognized and cannot be
selected using the i.LINK
connection.
• Depending on the upgrade process, certain
components may cease to be recognized by
the receiver.
• You may need to reset the i.LINK database memory in
the receiver (use the front panel):
With the receiver in standby, press
STANDBY/ON
while holding down
STEREO/DIRECT
. When you see
DB
CLEAR?
appear in the display, press
MULTI CH IN
, then
ACOUSTIC EQ
again to confirm. When you’ve reset the
i.LINK database memory,
DB CLEAR SET
shows in the
display. If
DB ERROR
is displayed, step through the
procedure again.

Message Explanation

BUS FULL

The i.LINK bus has reached its capacity and cannot transmit any more data.

CANNOT LINK 1

The connection between the receiver and the selected i.LINK-equipped component is unstable. If the
i.LINK cables appear to be connected properly and both the receiver and i.LINK-equipped component are
on, switch both units off, then on again to re-establish the connection between them.
CANNOT LINK 2
The receiver can’t identify the selected i.LINK-equipped component. For example, the receiver may not be
able to identify an i.LINK-equipped personal computer.
LINK CHECK
The receiver is checking the i.LINK network. It does this when components are added to, or removed from
the network. The sound may be interrupted if this happens during playback.
LOOP CONNECT
The i.LINK network cannot function because the connected components form a loop. See
Creating an
i.LINK network
on page 77 for more on this.
NO NAME
When an i.LINK-equipped component has no name, this message is displayed instead of the proper
component name.
NO SIGNAL
A component is outputting an i.LINK signal that the receiver cannot reproduce. This receiver can only
reproduce signals from i.LINK-Audio-equipped components. See
About i.LINK
on page 77 for more on
this.
PQLS OFF
This is displayed on a playback component when PQLS turns off during playback. The sound may be
interrupted momentarily when this happens.
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