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For example, if the m1button is programmed in Group 1 mode to turn on the TV, turn on the audio receiver, turn on the VCR, and then turn on the satellite receiver, it will perform the same series of commands whenever the m1button is pressed IF main, vid 1, vid 2, or vid 3sources are selected at the time you select that macro. If you’ve pro- grammed a Group 2 macro, it will send out an iden- tical command sequence whenever vid 4, vid 5, tuner, or CDinputs are selected. Programming Macro Initiator Buttons: 1. Press either the Group 1 or Group 2 source selec- torbutton (mainor vid 4respectively) and the mute button simultaneously. Hold both buttons until the red status LEDand the input selectorbutton remain lighted. 2. Press the macro initiator button (power, m1, m2, m3or m4) you wish to program. 3. Select and press up to 10 buttons you wish to store in the macro. Both source selectorand functionbuttons count as individual commands. Remember that each macro can hold only up to 10 individual commands. 4. Press the tuning upbutton to save the macro. The red status LEDand input selectorbutton will blink twice to confirm programming and then turn off. Please note: • To add a power (on/off) command to the macro, use the mute button in place of the powerbutton. • The tuning up/down buttons cannotbe used in a macro sequence. Deleting Macro Initiator Buttons: 1. Press either the Group 1 or Group 2 source selec- torbutton (mainor vid 4respectively) and the mute button simultaneously. Hold both buttons until the red status LEDand the input selector button remain lighted. 2. Press the macro initiator button (power, m1, m2, m3or m4) you wish to delete. 3. Press the tuning upbutton. The red status LED and input selectorbutton will blink twice to confirm deletion of the macro. GTP-830 DIGITAL PROCESSING TUNER/PREAMPLIFIER 28 | ADCOM OWNER’S MANUAL

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3.6 Input Settings Input Settings shows information about the current state of operation of the GTP-830, and repeats much of the same information shown on the GTP- 830’s front panel. This menu should be the only part of the on-screen display you might elect to use reg- ularly after setup is complete, as it allows you to easily see the operating mode from the listening position. Highlight INPUT SETTINGS in the SETUP menu and press Select on the remote. You will see a screen similar to the following : The available choices in each of the fields can be selected with the Left or Right arrow buttons on the remote; confirm the choice with Select button. AUDIO = identifies the selected audio input VIDEO = identifies the selected video input MODE = indicates the surround mode of the select- ed input (DOLBY DIGITAL, DTS, PRO LOGIC, HALL, STEREO). DYNAMIC RANGE = indicates the dynamic range currently selected (100%, 75%, 50% and 25%) in Dolby Digital mode only, or N/A for the other modes. Highlight SAVE & EXIT and press Select to save the altered settings and return to the SETUP menu. Otherwise, select DO NOT SAVE & EXIT to leave without saving any changes. INITIAL SETUP INPUT SETTINGS AUDIO= VIDEO 1 VIDEO= VIDEO 1 MODE= STEREO DYNAMIC RANGE= N/A DO NOT SAVE AND EXIT SAVE AND EXIT 2-3 ft. surround rear left Note: If space permits, install surrounds 2-3 feet above viewers.This helps to minimize localization effects. ADCOM OWNER’S MANUAL | 35