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Yamaha AV Surround Receivers RX-V367 Owner Manual

Yamaha RX-V367 Owner Manual

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CONNECTIONS
Set up the speaker parameters automatically (YPAO)
Message list
■ When a warning message appears before 
measurement
■ Error message
■ Warning message
NOTE
If the following messages appear, resolve the problems that have 
occurred and carry out the measurement process again.
Connect MIC!
The YPAO microphone is 
not connected.
Connect the YPAO 
microphone to the YPAO 
MIC jack on the front 
panel.
Unplug HP!
The headphones are 
connected.
Remove the headphones.
Memory Guard!
The settings of this unit 
are protected.
Set “Memory Guard” in 
the Setup menu to “Off.”
E-1:FRONT SP
The unit was not able to 
find the front channel.
Check that the left and 
right front speakers are 
connected correctly. 
E-2:SUR. SP
The unit was only able to 
find one of side of the 
surround channels.
Check that the left and 
right front surround 
speakers are connected 
correctly. 
E-5:NOISY
The noise is too loud, 
preventing accurate 
measurements from 
being taken.
Measure again in quiet 
surroundings. Turn off any 
devices in the room that 
may be emitting noise, or 
place them further away 
from the YPAO 
microphone. 
When this message is 
displayed, selecting 
“Proceed” will allow you 
to continue measuring. 
However, we recommend 
resolving the problem and 
measuring again, as 
continuing measurement 
without doing so will not 
give accurate results.
E-7:NO MIC
The YPAO microphone 
has been removed.
While measuring, take 
care not to touch the 
YPAO microphone.
E-8:NO SIGNAL
The YPAO microphone 
could not distinguish a 
test tone.
Check that the YPAO 
microphone has been 
installed correctly. 
Check that each speaker 
has been connected and 
installed correctly. 
The YPAO microphone 
or the YPAO MIC jack 
may be broken. Inquire at 
the retailer where you 
purchased this unit, or the 
nearest Yamaha service 
center. 
E-9:CANCEL
You have carried out an 
operation that has 
cancelled the measuring 
process.
Carry out the measuring 
process again. Do not 
operate this unit by, for 
example, adjusting the 
volume.
E-10:INTERNAL
An internal error has 
occurred.
Carry out the measuring 
process again. Contact a 
Yamaha service center if 
“E-10” appears again.
W-1:PHASE
The speakers displayed 
are connected with the 
opposite polarity. 
Depending on the type of 
speakers you are using 
and the environment in 
which you have them 
installed, this message 
may occur even if the 
speakers are connected 
correctly.
Depending on the type of 
speakers, “W-1” may 
display even if the 
speakers are connected 
correctly. 
Check that the speaker 
polarity + (plus), and - 
(minus) are correct. If 
these are connected 
correctly, you can use the 
speakers normally even 
this message appears. 
W-2:OVER 24m 
(80ft)
The speakers displayed 
are separated from the 
listening position by 
more than 24m, and 
cannot be adjusted 
correctly. 
Install the speakers with 
24m of the listening 
point. 
W-3:LEVEL
The difference each 
channel is too loud or too 
low, and cannot be 
adjusted correctly. 
Check that all speakers 
are installed in the same 
surroundings. 
Check that the speaker 
polarity + (plus), and - 
(minus) are correct. 
We recommend the same 
speakers or speakers with 
as similar specifications 
as possible. 
Adjust the volume of the 
subwoofer.
If “W-2” or “W-3” appears, you can apply measurement results, 
but they will not give optimal results. We recommend that you 
resolve the problem and carry out the measurement process 
again.
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