Performing the auto calibration – Sony STR-DG1000 User Manual
Depending on the characteristics of the sub woofer
you are using, the setup distance value may be
further away from the actual position.
Using the receiver as a pre-
You can use the auto calibration function when
you use the receiver as a pre-amplifier.
In this case, the distance value shown on the
display may differ from the actual distance
value. However, there will be no problems
even if you continue to use the receiver with
The auto calibration function allows you to
measure the following:
• Whether or not speakers are connected
• Terminal types of speakers connected
• Distance of each speaker from your listening
• Speaker size
• Speaker level
• Frequency characteristics
This receiver corrects signals by analog downmix
processing only for the center speaker and sub
woofer when MULTI IN is selected. The
correction is invalid for other speakers.
The measurement result is not utilized when
MULTI IN is selected.
• DTS 96/24 signals are always played back as 48
kHz when you correct signals.
• The measurement result is not utilized in the
– MULTI IN is selected.
– Input signals of which the sampling frequency
is more than 96 kHz are being received.
Turn on the receiver and the TV.
Press ON SCREEN.
Switch the input of the TV so that the
setting menu is displayed on the TV
screen connected to this receiver.
Receiver operation is enabled.
The list of setting menus appears.
V/v repeatedly to select
“Auto Calibration,” then press
to enter the menu.
Performing the auto calibration