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Controls and indicators
The Graphical Remote Control (GRC) unit provided with the AV CONTROL CENTER can also control KENWOOD cassette decks, CD player and LD player which are connected to it through system control cords. For details of the controllable functions, refer to the instruction manuals of these components. Model: GRC-100/150 Infrared system 2 1 Notes ( Perform "Model Type Setup" of the GRC before using it.
Main Menu Input
3 4 5 6 7 8 90 ! @ # $ % ^ & *
CD Sat. Tuner TV LD VCR1 Tape1 VCR2 TapeA TapeB
Source Set Up Confirm
Setup CD Sat.
Tape1 VCR1 Cable VCR2
DVD/6ch Input Sound Speaker Reset
Segment screen 1 Segment screen
This area displays the fixed icons.
â¢ ! VCR 2 icon
Select to control VCR 2.
@ Tape 1 icon
Select to control cassette deck 1.
2 Return icon
Select to return to the previous display.
Menu screen ( Menu screen
This area displays the control key icons and level information.
Operation keys Â£ Joystick key
For use in selecting icons. The joystick moves in 8 directions.
# Tape A icon
Select to control cassette deck A.
3 Main Menu icon
Select to change the input source or select Main Menu 2.
$ Tape B icon
Select to control cassette deck B.
% Set Up icon
Â¢ ENTER key
Press to enter a selection.
4 Cable TV icon 5 Satellite Tuner icon
Select to control the cable TV. Select to control the satellite tuner. Select to control the CD player.
Select to make setup opera-
) Mode display
The above illustration indicates the Setup mode.
^ Input Source icon
Select to switch the input source.
â VOLUME (UP) control key
Press to increase the volume level.
6 CD icon 7 TV icon
& Sound icon
Select to control the sound-relat-
Â¡ CD icon
Select to set up the CD player.
Â§ VOLUME (DOWN) control key
Press to decrease the volume level.
* Confirm icon
Select to confirm a setting, etc.
â¢ Reset icon
Select to return to the "Model Type Setup"menu screen.
Select to control the TV.
Â¶ MUTE key
Press to mute sound temporarily.
8 Tuner icon
Select to control the tuner.
9 VCR 1 icon
Select to control VCR 1.
â¢ The input source can be selected using icon 3 or ^. â¢ Icons 4 to $ are used to select the component to be controlled.
Press to switch the AV CONTROL CENTER and the components connected to it through system control cords between ON and STANDBY.
0 LD icon
Select to control the LD player.
Approximate operating range
Infrared remote control Remote sensor
1. The supplied batteries are intended for use in operation Notes check. Therefore, their lives may be shorter than ordinary batteries. 2. When the remote-controllable distance gets shorter than before, replace all four batteries with new ones. 3. Malfunction may occur if direct sunlight or the light of a highfrequency lighting fluorescent lamp enters the remote sensor. In such a case, change the system installation position to prevent the malfunction. 4. The GRC display may show erroneous information when the GRC unit is operated from outside the specified range.
5m 30Â° 30Â° 30Â° 30Â°
GRC or RC Infrared ray system