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    HarmanKardon 335

    jeg ser at hk335 har noe som heite EzSet+ ka er det og korleis virker det? er dette autokalibrering med equaliser som man finner på pioneer og yamaha?

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    Automated Speaker Setup Using
    EzSet+
    The AVR 335 is one of the first receivers in its
    class to offer automated speaker setup and system
    calibration. This process greatly simplifies the
    installation of your new receiver by using a series
    of test signals and the power of an advanced digital
    signal processing system to eliminate the
    need for manual adjustment of speaker “size”,
    crossover, delay and output level settings. With
    EzSet+ your new receiver even alerts you to
    errors in speaker connections that prevent a
    speaker from functioning.
    With EzSet+ you are able to calibrate your system
    in a fraction of the time it would take to enter the
    settings manually, and with results that rival
    those achieved with expensive test equipment
    and time-consuming procedures. The end result is
    a system calibration profile that enables your new
    receiver to deliver the best possible sound, no
    matter what type of speakers you have or what
    the dimensions of your listening room are.
    We recommend that you take advantage of the
    precision of EzSet+ to calibrate your system, but if
    desired you may also make any of the configuration
    settings manually, or trim the settings provided
    by EzSet+ by following the instructions on
    pages 23 through 28.
    If you wish to configure your AVR manually, or if
    for some reason your EzSet+ microphone is
    unavailable, you may still do so by following the
    instructions on pages 23 through 28.
    Step 1: EzSet+ requires that your listening room
    have as little background noise as possible to
    avoid interfering with the measurement of tones
    produced by your AVR during the setup procedure.
    Turn off all loud fans, air conditioners and
    other equipment, and try to avoid making any
    noise during the process.
    Step 2: The EzSet+ microphone should be placed
    in either your usual listening position or, if there is
    a large seating area, the center of the room, at
    the listeners’ ear level. You may find it convenient
    to use a camera tripod for stable placement of
    the EzSet+ microphone at the correct height. The
    microphone includes a threaded insert on the
    bottom for tripod mounting.
    Step 3: Plug the EzSet+ microphone into the
    AVR 335’s Headphone Jack4, making certain
    that the mini-plug to 1/4" phone plug adaptor
    supplied with the microphone is firmly connected.
    The microphone cable is approximately 7 meter
    long, which should accommodate most listening
    room situations. If required, you may use an
    optional extension cable, available at most electronics
    stores, for use in larger rooms. However,
    we recommend that you avoid using extension
    cords for the microphone cable, as they may
    adversely affect the test results.
    Step 4: Once the microphone is properly positioned
    and plugged in, proceed to the EzSet+
    menus by first pressing the OSD ButtonLto
    bring the Master Menu to the screen. Next, press
    the ⁄/¤Navigation ButtonsDto move
    the on-screen cursor to the EZSET+ menu line.
    Press the Set ButtonFto move to the next
    screen (Figure 6).
    Step 5: The first screen of the EzSet+ system will
    now appear to remind you to plug in the microphone.
    If you have not already done so, plug the
    microphone into the Headphone Jack4as
    described in steps 2 and 3. When you are ready to
    proceed, make certain that the cursor is pointing
    to YES and press the Set ButtonF. If you
    do not wish to continue with the EzSet+ process,
    press the ‹/› Navigation ButtonsE&and
    then press the Set ButtonFto return to the
    MASTER MENU. Note that if you attempt to
    System Configuration
    22 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
    System Configuration
    move to the next menu without plugging in the
    microphone, a reminder message will flash at the
    bottom of the screen.
    Figure 6
    Step 6: After entering YES to start the EzSet+
    system, you will next see a brief warning message,
    and the screen will then change to the main
    EzSet+ menu. The WARNING screen is a reminder
    that in order for the system to perform accurate
    measurements, it is important that the listening
    room be as quiet as possible. After 5 seconds, the
    screen will change again to display the main
    EzSet+ menu (Figure 6).
    IMPORTANT NOTE: Anyone with hearing that is
    sensitive to loud noises should leave the room at
    this point, or use ear protection sufficient to
    reduce the noise level. Inexpensive foam-style ear
    plugs, available at most drug stores, may be used
    to reduce the sound level to a tolerable level. If
    you are uncomfortable with, or cannot tolerate,
    loud sounds and do not use some sort of ear protection,
    we strongly recommend that you leave
    the room and ask someone else to run the EzSet+
    process, or that you do not use EzSet+ and enter
    the configuration settings manually, as described
    on pages 23 through 28.
    Step 7: The WARNING screen will automatically
    be replaced by the main EzSet+ menu
    (Figure 7). While this screen is visible, you may
    start and stop the calibration process, or monitor
    the progress of the measurements and view the
    results. When the screen first appears, you will see
    MEASUREMENT: STOP on the first line of
    the menu list. To start the EzSet+ test process,
    you must first tell the system how many speakers
    are in your system. To do that, choose one of
    these two options:
    • If your system includes a full complement of
    seven main speakers (front left/center/front
    right/surround right/surround back right/surround
    back left/surround left) and a subwoofer,
    press the ‹/› Navigation ButtonsE&
    so that 7.1 appears to the right of
    MEASUREMENT, and then press the Set
    ButtonFto start EzSet+.
    • If your system includes a traditional surround
    speaker complement of five main speakers
    (front left/center/ front right/surround right/surround
    left) and a subwoofer, press the ‹/›
    Navigation ButtonsE&so that 5.1
    appears to the right of MEASUREMENT,
    and then press the Set ButtonFto start
    EzSet+. To stop the calibration process at any
    time, press the ⁄/¤Navigation Buttons
    Dto move the on-screen cursors to the
    MEASUREMENT line; press the ‹/›
    Navigation ButtonsE&so that STOP
    appears and press the Set ButtonF.
    Figure 7
    Step 8: Once EzSet+ has been started, you will
    hear test signals circulate among all of the speakers
    as the system sets the master level, checks to
    see where there are speakers, sets the distance
    measurement and calculates delay time settings,
    sets the speaker “size”, and sets the speaker
    crossover point. During the measurement and calibration
    process, you may observe the progress of
    the testing by reading the messages that appear
    in the second line of the menu listing. When the
    EzSet+ screen first appears, it contains a series of
    dashes, but as the test and measurement proceeds,
    you will see the following messages as the
    individual measurements are taken:
    • System Level:A SETTING VOLUME
    message will appear to indicate that the system
    is setting the overall volume level to the proper
    level as a prelude to testing the individual
    channels. During this test, you will see a message
    in the last line of the menu screen change
    as the volume level is adjusted.
    • Speaker Check: The system will circulate a
    test signal to determine which channels have a
    speaker connected. During this test, you will see
    the name of each channel position displayed
    while a signal is sent to that speaker.
    NOTE: While this test detects whether a speaker
    is connected to a particular output, it cannot
    determine whether the speaker is in the correct
    position. (For example, it can tell whether a
    speaker is connected to the Surround Right output,
    but it cannot tell whether the speaker is on
    the right or left side of your listening room.) For
    that reason, we strongly recommend that you
    try to listen as the tone circulates, matching the
    name shown for each channel to the location of
    the speaker. If a tone is heard from a speaker
    position that does not match the on-screen
    message, stop EzSet+, exit the menus, turn your
    receiver off and check for proper speaker connections
    on the rear panel before resuming the
    setup. When this test is complete, YES will be
    shown to the right of SPEAKER CHECK on
    the menu screen.
    • Speaker Delay: This test will circulate the
    tones again as the name of each channel is
    shown to measure the distance from the microphone
    to each speaker. The results of these
    tests will be used to set the delay time settings
    for each active speaker position. When this test
    is complete, a speaker-to-microphone (listening
    position) distance will be shown to the right of
    SPEAKER DELAY line on the menu
    screen.
    • Speaker Level: This test circulates a test signal
    and measures the output from each active
    speaker position. The results of the measurements
    are used to adjust the individual channel
    outputs as needed, so that they are identical.
    This is an essential element of ensuring that
    surround sound fields are properly reproduced.
    If desired, you may use the results of the automated
    testing as a baseline and then make
    manual adjustments to trim the output levels to
    your personal taste, following the instructions
    shown on page 27 or 35. When this test is
    complete, an output level adjustment number
    will be shown to the right of SPEAKER
    LEVEL line on the menu screen.
    • Speaker Size: The measurements and calculations
    for this test take place at the same time as
    the test signals are circulated to calculate the
    output levels, and they are used to determine
    whether the speakers in your system are
    “large” or “small” for the purposes of bass
    management. (If desired, you may use the
    results of the automated testing as a baseline
    and then make manual adjustments to the
    speaker size settings on a source-independent
    basis, following the instructions shown on page
    23.) When this test is complete, an output level
    adjustment number will be shown to the right
    of the SPEAKER SIZE line on the menu
    screen.
    • Speaker Crossover: The measurements and
    calculations for this test take place at the same
    time as the test signal is circulated to calculate
    the levels, and they are used to determine the
    crossover setting for each speaker in your system
    to create a seamless transition between the
    frequencies sent to your main speakers and
    subwoofer (if available). If desired, you may use
    the results of the automated testing as a baseline
    and then make manual adjustments to the
    crossover settings on a source-independent
    basis, following the instructions shown on page
    25. When this test is complete, a crossover frequency
    will be shown to the right of the
    SPEAKER X-OVER line on the menu
    screen.
    Step 9: When all measurements are successfully
    completed, the test signals will stop and a
    TEST DONE – UNPLUG MIC message will
    appear in the second line of the on-screen menu
    listings. Unplug the microphone and store it in a
    safe place so that it is available to recalibrate
    your system if needed due to a change in speakers,
    preferred listening position, or a major
    change in the room’s furnishings (such as the
    addition of thick carpeting or plush furniture) that
    might require different settings. To enter the settings
    to the receiver’s memory and return to the
    Master Menu, press the ⁄/¤Navigation
    * EzSet+ *
    MEASUREMENT : STOP
    SETTING LEVEL
    SPEAKER CHECK : - - - -
    SPEAKER DELAY : - - - -
    SPEAKER LEVEL : - - - -
    SPEAKER SIZE : - - - -
    SPEAKER X-OVER: - - - -
    SAVE SETTINGS : - - - -
    BACK TO MASTER MENU
    * E z S e t + * *
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    Y E S N O
    SYSTEM CONFIGURATION 23
    System Configuration
    ButtonsDso that the on-screen cursor is
    pointing to RETURN TO MASTER MENU
    and press the Set ButtonF.
    Note: If you wish to check the test results before
    exiting the EzSet+ menu, press the ⁄/¤
    Navigation ButtonsDso that the on-screen
    cursor is at the second line of the menu listings,
    and then press the ‹/› Navigation Buttons
    E&to scroll through the list of speaker positions.
    The data on each line will also be entered
    into the listings on the individual SPEAKER
    SETUP, DELAY ADJUST and CHANNEL
    ADJUST menus once you exit EZSET+.
    Step 10: If the measurements are not successful
    due to a missing or malfunctioning speaker, an
    ERROR message and menu will appear, as
    shown in Figure 8. The EzSet+ system is programmed
    to look for speaker pairs at the front
    left/front right, surround left/surround right and
    surround back left/surround back right positions.
    If the tests to any of those three channel pairs
    indicates that one, but not both of the speakers in
    the pair is present, the menu will show NONE
    next to the speaker position where the tests did
    not report back that a speaker is present. Should
    this message appear, make note of the suspect
    speaker location, exit all menus and turn the
    receiver off. Check all speaker wire connections
    and then rerun EzSet+.
    Figure 8
    When you have successfully completed the
    EzSet+ process and made any needed adjustments
    to the input and surround mode configurations,
    your receiver is ready for use. If you do not
    wish to make any manual adjustments to the settings,
    you may skip the rest of this section and
    proceed to the Basic Operation section of this
    manual on page 29 to learn how to operate
    AVR 335. For those situations where you may
    wish to make a change to the settings entered by
    EzSet+, follow the instructions on the following
    pages.
    Speaker Setup
    This menu tells the AVR which type of speakers
    are in use. This is important as it adjusts the settings
    that determine which speakers receive lowfrequency
    (bass) information.
    If you have already completed an automated
    setup using EzSet+ the settings calculated during
    that procedure will already appear. No further
    adjustment is required unless you wish to change
    a specific item to reflect your personal taste or a
    nonstandard system configuration.
    For each of these settings use the LARGE setting
    if the speakers for a particular position are
    traditional full-range loudspeakers that are capable
    of reproducing sounds below 100Hz.
    Use the SMALL setting for smaller, frequencylimited
    satellite speakers that do not reproduce
    sounds below 100Hz. Note that when “small”
    speakers are used, a subwoofer is required to
    reproduce low-frequency sounds. Remember that
    the “large” and “small” descriptions do not refer
    to the actual physical size of the speakers, but to
    their ability to reproduce low-frequency sounds. If
    you are in doubt as to which category describes
    your speakers, consult the specifications in the
    speakers’ owner’s manual, or ask your dealer.
    This menu screen also allows you to enter the settings
    for the AVR’s Quadruple Crossover feature
    that allows a different crossover point to be used
    for the front left/right, center and surround speakers.
    In systems where full-range or tower speakers
    are used for the front soundstage or where different
    brands or models are in use at the various
    speaker positions, this feature allows you to custom
    tailor the bass management and redirection
    circuits with a precision not previously possible.
    At last, this menu also makes you chose if the
    speaker setting will be the same for each input
    source (GLOBAL), or will be set differently for
    each input (INDEPENDENT).
    Notes:
    • When "Independent" is selected for the speaker
    settings (see below), they need to be made
    for each input individually and you can determine
    which speaker should be used depending
    on the input source selected. So it´s possible
    e.g. to turn off the Center and/or the Sub with
    any music source selected and to use them with
    any movie input source.
    • With the currently selected input all speaker
    settings will be copied to all other surround
    modes (as far as speakers are used with them)
    and need not be repeated when another surround
    mode is selected with that input.
    It is easiest to enter the proper settings for the
    speaker setup through the SPEAKER SETUP
    menu (Figure 9). So press the OSD ButtonL
    to bring up the MASTER MENU (Figure 1), and
    then press the ¤ButtonDtwice so that the
    cursor is on the SPEAKER SETUP line. At
    this point, press the Set ButtonFto bring up
    the SPEAKER SETUP menu (Figure 9).
    Figure 9
    The first line of the SPEAKER SETUP menu
    (Figure 9) allows you to switch the menu to
    change either the underlying speaker size setting
    or the exact crossover point used for that speaker
    group if set to "Small". For the first pass through
    the menu, leave the setting at its default option of
    SIZE, and then proceed as outlined below. Once
    the speaker choices have been set you may wish to
    return to this line to change the option so that the
    crossover settings may be adjusted.
    1. Before you start the speaker setting, you
    should determine if you want all inputs being
    configured with the same speaker size setting
    (GLOBAL) or if all inputs should be configured
    individually (INDEPENDENT).
    To configure all inputs for "Global" or "Independent"
    press the ⁄ButtonDtwice so that
    the cursor is next to the BASS MGR line.
    This setting allows you to use the same speaker
    configuration for all inputs, or to have different
    settings for each input. In most cases the factory
    default setting of GLOBAL will be appropriate,
    as most listeners do not need to have individualized
    speaker settings. However, some listeners,
    particularly those with full-range front speakers
    that are used for both movies and music may prefer
    that different speaker settings be used when
    listening to music through a CD player as
    opposed to a movie from a DVD player, VCR or
    cable/satellite set top.
    If you wish to customize the speaker size individually
    to each input, make certain that the cursor is
    on the BASS MGR line and press the ‹/›
    ButtonsE&so that INDEPENDENT
    appears in highlighted video. When this setting is
    entered all speaker size settings will be shown
    with their factory default size in the menu and all
    other inputs will turn to INDEPENDENT too.
    Now you should enter the speaker size settings
    prefered for the input selected, as described
    below. Remember that in this case the size settings
    just entered will apply to the current input
    ONLY, and you will need to go back to the
    INPUT menu to select another input, and then
    return to this menu page again to change the settings
    for the next input. Repeat the procedure for
    any input where you wish to have a set of speaker
    configuration different from the default settings.
    2. Begin the speaker size setup process by making
    certain that the cursor is pointing toward the
    LEFT/RIGHT line, which sets the configuration
    for the front left and right speakers. If you wish
    to make a change to the front speakers’
    * S P E A K E R S E T U P *
    M O D E : S I Z E
    L E F T / R I G H T : S M A L L
    C E N T E R : S M A L L
    S U R R O U N D : S M A L L
    S U R R B A C K : S M A L L M A I N
    S U B W O O F E R : S U B
    B A S S M G R : G L O B A L
    B A C K T O M A S T E R M E N U
    * ERROR *
    Where NONE is shown
    please check speaker
    or connections.
    -----------
    FL : YES SBR: YES
    CEN : YES SBL: YES
    FR : YES SL : YES
    SR : NONE SUB: YES
    BACK TO MASTER MENU
    24 SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
    System Configuration
    configuration, press the ‹/› ButtonsE&so
    that either LARGE or SMALL appears, matching
    the appropriate description from the definitions
    shown above.
    When SMALL is selected, low-frequency front
    channel sounds will be sent only to the subwoofer
    output. If you choose this option and there is no
    subwoofer connected, you will not hear any lowfrequency
    sounds with front channel signals.
    When LARGE is selected, a full-range output will
    be sent to the front left and front right
    outputs. Depending on the choice made in
    the SUBWOOFER line in this menu (see below),
    the front left and right bass information may also
    be directed to the subwoofer.
    NOTE: When the front speakers are set to the
    LARGE option and the surround mode is set to
    "Surround Off", or pure two-channel stereo,
    when an analog signal source is present it will be
    routed directly from the input to the volume
    control without being digitized or processed. If
    you have full-range front speakers and wish to
    remove all digital processing from the circuit
    path, select this configuration. If you wish to set
    this option for use with only one input, such as a
    CD player that uses an external DAC or an
    optional, external phono preamp, you must
    choose the INDEPENDENT setting on the
    BASS MGR line at the bottom of this menu so
    that only those inputs where the analog bypass is
    desired will be routed in this fashion, while other
    analog inputs such as a VCR or cable box will be
    digitized for surround processing.
    Important Note: When a speaker set with a
    subwoofer and two front satellites connected to
    the Sub´s speaker outputs is used, the Sub´s
    inputs must be connected to the Front speaker
    outputsand LARGE must be selected for
    the front speakers (and NONE for the subwoofer,
    see below).
    3. When you have completed your selection for the
    front channel, press the ¤ButtonDon the
    remote to move the cursor to CENTER.
    4. Press the ‹/› ButtonsE&on the remote
    to select the option that best describes your center
    speaker, based on the speaker definitions shown
    below.
    When SMALL is selected, low-frequency center
    channel sounds will be sent to the Fronts, if they
    are set to LARGE and Sub is turned off (see below).
    When Sub is on, low frequency center channel
    sounds will be sent to the subwoofer only.
    When LARGE is selected, a full-range output
    will be sent to the center speaker output, and NO
    center channel signal will be sent to the subwoofer
    output (except when the Pro Logic II
    Music mode is in use).
    NOTE: If you choose Logic 7 as the surround
    mode for the particular input source for which
    you are configuring your speakers, the AVR will
    not make the LARGE option available for the
    center speaker. This is due to the requirements of
    Logic 7 processing, and does not indicate a
    problem with your receiver.
    When NONE is selected, no signals will be sent
    to the center-channel output. The receiver will
    operate in a “phantom” center channel mode.
    Center-channel information will be sent to the left
    and right front channel outputs and the center
    channel bass will be sent to the subwoofer output
    when L/R+LFE is selected in the SUBWOOFER
    line in this menu (see below). This
    mode is needed if no Center speaker is used.
    Note that when the Logic 7 Cinema or Enhanced
    surround modes are selected a Center speaker
    must be used, the Logic 7 Music mode works well
    without a Center too.
    5. When you have completed your selection for
    the center channel, press the ¤ButtonDon
    the remote to move the cursor to SURROUND.
    6. Press the ‹/› ButtonsE&on the remote
    to select the option that best describes the surround
    speakers in your system based on the speaker
    definitions shown on page 23.
    When SMALL is selected, with all digital surround
    modes low-frequency surround channel
    sounds will be sent to the Fronts when Sub is
    turned off or to the subwoofer output when Sub
    is on. With any analog surround mode the rear
    bass feed depends on the mode selected and the
    setting of the Sub and front speakers.
    When LARGE is selected, a full-range output
    will be sent to the surround channel outputs (with
    all analog and digital surround modes), and except
    with Hall and Theater modes, NO surround
    channel bass will be sent to the subwoofer output.
    When NONE is selected, surround-sound information
    will be split between the front left and
    front right outputs. For optimal performance
    when no surround speakers are in use, the Dolby
    3 Stereo mode should be used.
    When you are using surround back speakers with
    your system, press the ¤ButtonDon the
    remote to move the cursor to SURR BACK.
    This line serves two functions in that it not only
    configures the setting for the surround back
    channels when they are present, it also tells the
    AVR’s processing system to configure the unit for
    either 5.1 or 6.1/7.1 operation.
    When MAIN appears on this line, the system is
    configured for 7.1 operation with the surround
    back left/right Speaker Outputs(receiving
    the main channel feed. When MULTI appears,
    those outputs will receive the feed from the multiroom
    system and an optional power qualifier
    must be connected to the SBL/SBR Preamp
    Outputs'for 7.1 operation.
    Press the ‹/› Buttons on the remote to select the
    option that best describes the speakers in use at
    the left and right back surround positions based
    on the definitions on this page:
    When NONE is selected, the system will adjust
    so that only 5.1-channel surround processing/
    decoding modes are available and the surround
    back amplifier channels will not be used. When
    this is the case for your system you may wish to
    take advantage of the availability of this amplifier
    channel pair for use in powering a second set of
    speakers that have their source selected by the
    AVR’s multiroom control system. See page 38 for
    more information.
    When SMALL is selected the system will adjust
    so that the full complement of 6.1/7.1 surround
    processing/decoding modes are available, and
    low-frequency information below the crossover
    point (identical with the one for the surround
    speakers) will be sent to the subwoofer output
    when the subwoofer is set to ON, or to the Front
    LEFT/RIGHT when subwoofer is set to OFF.
    When LARGE is selected the system will adjust
    so that the full complement of 6.1/7.1 surround
    processing/decoding modes are available, and a
    full-range signal will be sent to the surround back
    channels, with no low-frequency information sent
    to the subwoofer output.
    7. When you have completed your selection for
    the surround channels, press the ¤ButtonD
    on the remote to move the cursor to
    SUBWOOFER.
    8. Press the ‹/› ButtonsE&on the remote
    to select the option that best describes your
    system.
    The choices available for the subwoofer position
    will depend on the settings for the other speakers,
    particularly the front left/right positions.
    If the front left/right speakers are set to SMALL,
    the subwoofer will automatically be set to SUB,
    which is the “on” position.
    If the front left/right speakers are set to LARGE,
    three options are available:
    • If no subwoofer is connected to the AVR, press
    the ‹/› ButtonsE&on the remote so
    that NONE appears in the on-screen menu.
    When this option is selected, all bass information
    will be routed to the front left/right “main”
    speakers.
    • If a subwoofer is connected to the AVR, you
    have the option to have the front left/right
    “main” speakers reproduce bass frequencies at
    all times, and have the subwoofer operate only
    when the AVR is being used with a digital
    source that contains a dedicated Low Frequency
    Effects, or LFE soundtrack. This allows you to
    use both your main and subwoofer speakers to
    take advantage of the special bass created for
    certain movies. To select that option press the
    ‹/› ButtonsE&on the remote so that
    LFE appears in the on-screen menu.
    • If a subwoofer is connected and you wish to
    use it for bass reproduction in conjunction with
    the main front left/right speakers, regardless of
    the type of program source or Surround mode
    you are listening to, press the ‹/› Buttons
    E&on the remote so that L/R+LFE
    appears in the on-screen menu. When this
    option is selected, a full-range signal will be
    sent to the front left/right “main” speakers. The
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    :shock: takk for et laaaaangt og godt svar men finner man equliser som på yamaha og pioneer? pioneer2014 har vel 5 bånds eq kurve på kvar høytaler?

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    H/K med equalizer heter EzSet+eq hvis jeg har forstått det riktig. Tror det er på 635 og en til.

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    ezset er kun automatisk setting av volum for alle kanaler via en mikrofon i fjernkontrollen. dette er en funksjon som ikke fungerer særlig bra, har i hvertfall aldri gjort det på noen slags h\k jeg har hatt

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    H/K med equalizer heter EzSet+eq hvis jeg har forstått det riktig. Tror det er på 635 og en til
    ser nå på http://www.hificenter.no/ at hk 335 har ezset+ med målemikrofon!

    AVR 335 er designet med hensyn til at det skal være enkelt å dra nytte av all teknologien den er utstyrt med. Og med EzSet+™ får du automatisk tilpasset lyden til rommet ved hjelp av medfølgende mikrofon.

    Oppsett
    Å sette opp en AVR 335 er en smal sak. Først kobler du til alle kablene (følg merking bak på forsterkeren og les bruksanvisningen), så kobler du til den medfølgende mikrofonen, slår på forsterkeren og starter EzSet+™ funksjonen. EzSet+™ setter automatisk opp forsterkeren ut i fra hvilke høyttalere du har (størrelse) og posisjonen til disse samt akustikken i rommet.
    Du har også mulighet til å få en oversiktelig meny opp på skjerm (TV/projektor) eller i displayet på forsterkeren.

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    Tror EzSet var kun nivå med måling i fjernkontroll, EzSet+ er separat mikrofon som i tillegg måler delay og delefrekvens, mens EzSet/EQ (som det heter på AVR635 er også med equalizer. Sjekk dette uansett før du evt. handler!

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    Skal man legge denne microfonen der man sitter når man hører på musikk/ser på film :?:

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    Sitat Opprinnelig postet av sigurd90
    Skal man legge denne microfonen der man sitter når man hører på musikk/ser på film :?:
    Du har ikke lest det over eller? :lol:

    Sitat Opprinnelig postet av jfinneru
    Step 2: The EzSet+ microphone should be placed
    in either your usual listening position or, if there is
    a large seating area, the center of the room, at
    the listeners’ ear level. You may find it convenient
    to use a camera tripod for stable placement of
    the EzSet+ microphone at the correct height. The
    microphone includes a threaded insert on the
    bottom for tripod mounting.

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    Hehe dumme meg! :P må lære meg og lese bedre!

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    Yamaha og pioneer har hvertfall romkorreksjon systemer i noen av sine forsterker, og dette systemet er ikke et rom korreksjons system. Men kun en funksjon som hjelper til med å stille alle høyttalerne til riktig volum osv...

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    AVR 435 og 635 kommer med romkorreksjon. ezset+ som er på 335 er vel bare en mer avansert utgave enn det man finner på 235 (og 135, hvis den kommer)

    Irriterende, da jeg hadde sett meg ut 335 fordi den endelig kom med romkorreksjon! Dumt av H/K å ikke komme med dette på rimelige modeller, da vil vel heller mange gå for pioneer, denon eller yamaha i samme prisklasse...

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