Yamaha YHT-270 manual

Yamaha YHT-270
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manualYamaha YHT-270
DIGITAL HOME THEATER SYSTEMPrinted in China
WG84200

YHT -270

Subwoofer (SW-P270) 4Surround speakers (NX-E270) 3Center speaker (NX-C270) 2Front speakers (NX-E270) 1Receiver (HTR-5930)Major specifications for speakersWhen placing the speaker on top of the TV rack, etc., attachthe provided fasteners at two points on the bottom of thespeaker and on the top of the TV.Notes• Do not place the center speaker on top of a TV whose area issmaller than the bottom of the speaker. If placed, the speakermay fall and cause injury.Do not place the center speaker on top of a TV if the top isinclined.Do not touch the adhesive surface after peeling off the seal, asthis will waken its adhesive strength.•Thoroughly wipe clean the surface where the fastener is to beapplied. Note that adhesive strength is weakened if the surface isdirty, oily or wet and that this may cause the center speaker tofall.1 Fasten two screws into a firm wall or wall support atthe interval shown below.Mounting the speakers on the wall
You can mount the front and/or surround speakers on a wall. To mount them on a wall, use the holes of the
brackets attached on the back panels of the speakers.2 Hang the speaker by mounting the holes on theprotruding screws.Make sure that the screws are securely affixed by thenarrow parts of the holes.CautionEach speaker weighs 0.8 kg (1.76 lbs).
Do not mount the speakers on thin plywood or a wall composed of a soft surface material. If mounted, the
screws may pull out of the flimsy surface and the speakers may fall. This may damage the speakers or causepersonal injury.
Do not affix the speakers to a wall using nails, adhesives, or any other unstable hardware. Long-term use and
vibrations may cause the speakers to fall.
•To avoid accidents resulting from tripping over loose speaker cables, fix the cables to the wall.
• Select an appropriate position on the wall to mount the speaker so that no one will injure his/her head or face.Installing the speakers on commercially available speaker standsIt is recommended to place the subwoofer on the outside
of either the right or the left front speaker (figure A). The
placement shown in figure B is also possible, however, ifthe subwoofer is placed directly facing the wall, the basssound may lessen because the sound from the subwooferand the sound reflected by the wall may cancel out eachother. To prevent this from happening, face the subwooferobliquely to the wall.
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Use the non-skid padsAttach the provided non-skid pads at the four corners onthe bottom of the subwoofer to prevent the subwooferfrom moving by vibrations, etc.Thank you for selecting this YAMAHA YHT-270.

1 About This system

(HTR-5930: refer to the “HTR-5930 Owner’s manual” for specifications and safety cautions.)

2 About speakers

Center speakerFront and surround speakers70 mm(2-3/4”)HolesMinimum20 mm (25/32”)10 mm(2-3/4”)When you install the speakers on commerciallyavailable speaker stands, you need to attach thebrackets (option) to the bottom of the speakers usingscrews (option).Subwoofer

3 Placing the speakers

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Speaker layoutPlacing the speakersWhen placing the speakers on a flat surface,attach the included non-skid pads to the corner onthe bottom of the speakers. This prevents thespeakers from sliding.Non-skid pad
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SYSTEM CONNECTION GUIDE

Supplied accessoriesPeel offthe sealBefore making connections, place all speakers in their respective positions. The positioning of thespeakers is important because it controls the whole sound quality of your audio system.Place the speakers depending on your listening position by following the instructions below.Front RFront LSurround LSurround R: Subwoofer: Front speakerBracket (AAX34790)Screw (AAX12390)60 mm (2-3/8”)Insert only M4screws through theoutside holes. *Please use the speaker stand that fits with this size.Speaker cable4 m (157-1/2”) x 3for Center/FrontspeakersSpeaker cable10 m (393-11/16”) x 2for SurroundspeakersFastener x 2 setfor NS-C270Non-skid pad8 pcs x 2 setFor NS-E270For NS-E270 / NS-C270Subwoofer cable4 m (157-1/2”) x 1Non-skid pad4 pcs x 1 setFor SW-P27070 mm(2-3/4”)70 mm(2-3/4”)1 Front speakers2 Center speaker3 Surround speakers4 SubwooferCarrying most of the music/sound effects.Place them on both sides of your TV set. Approximately at the same height as the TV set.Emitting center sound such as dialog.Place it precisely between the front speakers. You can place the center speaker on top of the TV if the topis flat, on the floor under the TV, or inside the TV rack. Be sure to place the speaker in a stable position.Providing the surround/ambient effects.Place them behind your listening position, facing slightly inward. About 1.8 m (approx. 6 feet) from thefloor.Adding the low-frequency bass sound.As a recommended positioning of the subwoofer, place the subwoofer on the outside of either the right orthe left front speaker. For more detail, read “3 Placing the speakers - Subwoofer”.TypePowerFrequency responseDimension (W x H x D)WeightNX-E270acoustic-suspensionspeaker system,Magnetically shielded typeMaximum: 80 W100 Hz - 25 kHz105 x 151 x 113 mm(4-1/8” x 5-15/16” x 4-7/16”)0.8 kg (1.76 lbs)NX-C270acoustic-suspensionspeaker system,Magnetically shielded typeMaximum: 100 W130 Hz - 20 kHz300 x 72 x 113 mm(11-13/16” x 2-27/32” x 4-7/16”)0.9 kg (1.98 lbs)SW-P270Advanced YAMAHAActive Servo Technology,Magnetically shielded typeDynamic power: 100 W30 Hz - 200 Hz200 x 365 x 370 mm(7-7/8” x 14-3/8” x 14-9/16”)8.5 kg (18.74 lbs)SubwooferCenter(option)(option)MULTI CH INPUTFRONTCENTER
SUB
WOOFERSURROUND
CD
MD/
CD-R
(PLAY)(REC)
IN
OUT
L
R
DIGITALINPUT
DVD
COAXIAL
3
DTV-CBLOPTICAL
DVD
AUDIO
AUDI
O
L
R
DVD
DTV/
CBL
IN
OUT
VCR
VCR
V-AUXVIDEOOUTPUT
SUB
WOOFERMONITOR
OUT
DTV/
CBL
DV
D
A
B
C
COMPONENT VIDEO
P
B
YP
R
MONITOR OUTSURROUND
L
R
AM
ANT
GND
FM
ANT
TUNER
2
1
SPEAKERSCLASS 2 WIRING
L
R
B
A
FRONTCENTER
FRON
T
L
R
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR
XM
C
PRPB
Y
L
R
L
R
L
R
V
PRPB
Y
O
PRPB
Y
PRPB
Y
L
R
MULTI CH INPUTFRONTCENTER
SUB

WOOFER

SURROUND
CD
MD/
CD-R
(PLAY)(REC)
IN
OUT
L
R
DIGITALINPUT
DVD
COAXIA
L
3
DTV-CBLOPTICAL
DVD
AUDIOAUDI
O
L
R
DVD
DTV/
CBL
IN
OUT
VCR
VCR
V-AUXVIDEOMONITOR
OUT
DTV/
CBL
DVD
A
B
C
COMPONENT VIDEO
P
B
YP
R
MONITOR OUTSURROUND
L
R
AM
ANT
GND
FM
ANT
TUNER
2
1
SPEAKERSCLASS 2 WIRING
L
R
B
A
FRONTCENTER
FRON
T
L
R
IMPEDANCE SELECTOR
XM
OUTPUT
SUB

WOOFE

R
1
2
1
2

REAR R

REAR L

FRONT R

FRONT L

CENTER

2
1
3

5 Connecting other components to the receiver

red (+)Note:Do not insert theinsulation coating intothe hole. The sound maynot be produced.Connecting to thereceiver terminals ofthe Antennas

Locate AM loop antenna and

indoor FM antenna, and connect to

the receiver. For more details, refer

to the “HTR-5930 Owner’s

Manual”.

CAUTIONPlug the power cables for the AV receiverand other audio/video components into anAC outlet only after you complete all otherconnections.black (-)
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1 Surround speakers
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Front speakers
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4 Subwoofer
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5 Center speaker
Indoor FM antennaAM loop antennared (+)

Speaker terminals

Receiver terminalsHTR-5930HTR-5930
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XM Connect-and-

Play digital antenna

Connect the XM Connect-and-Play digital

antenna accessory (sold separately) to the

XM jack.

To AC outlet(U.S.A. model only)This procedure introduces an example of digital andanalog connections. For information about otherconnection methods, refer to the “HTR-5930Owner’s Manual”.
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Video monitor

Connect the component video input jacks of video

monitor to the COMPONENT VIDEO (MONITOR

OUT) jacks of this unit using a component video

cable.

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Cable TV or satellite tuner

1. Connect the component video output jacks of your cable TV

or satellite tuner to the COMPONENT VIDEO (DTV/CBL)

jacks of this unit using a component video cable.

2. Connect the optical digital audio output jack of your cable

TV or satellite tuner to the DIGITAL INPUT (DTV/CBL)

jack of this unit using an optical digital audio cable.

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DVD player

1. Connect the component video output jacks of your DVD

player to the COMPONENT VIDEO (DVD) jacks of this

unit using a component video cable.

2. Connect to the optical digital audio signal output jack of

your DVD player to DIGITAL INPUT (DVD,COAXIAL)

jack using an optical digital audio cable.

VIDEO

COMPONENT VIDEO

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PB
Y
P
R
V
COAXIAL DIGITAL AUDIOAUDIO OPTICAL DIGITAL AUDIO
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Left and rightanalog audiocable plugsCoaxial digitalaudio cable
plug
Optical digitalaudio cable
plug
Composite videocable plugComponent videocable plugConnecting to thereceiver terminals ofthe front speakers1 Loosen the knob.2 Insert the bare wire core of the

speaker cable into the hole on

the terminal.

3 Tighten the knob to secure the

wire.

Right
Left
Right
Left
Digital out (optical)Video out(Component)Video out(Component)Video in(Component)Audio outAudio outVideo out (Component)Subwoofercable
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Plug in the power

After you complete all cable connections,

plug in the receiver, subwoofer, DVD player

and other components to the AC outlet.

Information on jacksand cable plugsVideo jacks and cable plugsAudio jacks and cable plugs
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2 Antennas
Connecting to the speaker or the receiver terminals1 Press and hold the terminal tab, as shown in the figure below.2 Insert the bare wire core.
3 Release your finger from the tab to allow it to lock securely on the bare wire core.
4 Test the security of the connection by pulling gently on the cable at the terminal.
CAUTIONPlug the power cables for the AV receiverand other audio/video components into anAC outlet only after you complete all otherconnections.Keep the speaker cables as short aspossible. Do not bundle or roll up excesscable. If the connections are faulty, you willhear no sound from the speakers.Before connectingCut the supplied speaker cable to the appropriatelength as required.Remove the insulation coating at extremity of eachspeaker cable by twisting the coating off.NotesDo not let uninsulated bare wires touch each other as thiscould damage the speaker or the amplifier.Securely twist the bare wires and lump them together toprevent them causing a short circuit.
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4 Connecting speakers and antennas to the receiver

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CD recorder or MD

recorder

Connect the analog audio output jacks of your CD recorder

or MD recorder to the MD/CD-R IN (PLAY) jacks on this

unit using an analog audio cable (stereo).

y To record audio sources output at the MD/CD-R OUT

(REC) jacks, you need to connect the source component

using an analog connection. For details, refer to the

“HTR-5930 Owner’s Manual”.

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DVD recorder or VCR

1. Connect the component video output jacks of your DVD recorder or

VCR to the COMPONENT VIDEO (VCR) jacks of this unit using a

component video cable.

2. Connect the analog audio output jacks of your DVD recorder or VCR to

the AUDIO VCR IN jacks on this unit using an analog audio cable.

y To record audio and video sources output at the VCR OUT jacks, you

need to connect the source component using an analog connection. For

details, refer to the “HTR-5930 Owner’s Manual”.

Digital out(coaxial)AM loop antennaIndoor FM antennaRemote control, Batteries (AA,R06, UM-3) x 2 and Owner’smanual are also included, butnot shown.For HTR-5930
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