Setting the sleep timer, Switching the illumination lamp setting, Switching the display’s brightness – Marantz NA-11S1 User Manual
Page 25: Listening with headphones, Switching the filter characteristics
Setting the sleep timer
Use this function to automatically switch the power to the
standby mode after a specific amount of time (minutes).
during playback and
select the setting time.
• The sleep timer can be set to up to 90
minutes, in steps of 10 minutes.
• After about 3 seconds, the setting is
entered and the display returns to as
it was before.
n Canceling the sleep timer
to select “Sleep 1 OFF” or press
n To check the time remaining until the sleep
timer is activated
Switching the illumination lamp setting
The illumination lamps on the both sides of the unit main panel
can be turned on or off.
• The default setting is “On”.
Press and hold
for 2 seconds
• The on/off setting changes as follows with each press of
• This can also be set by pressing
on the main unit.
Operations possible during playback
Switching the display’s brightness
• The display brightness is adjusted each time
pressed as shown below.
• When the display brightness is set to “Off”, the DISPLAY
OFF indicator lights on the display.
If you operate the buttons when the display brightness is set
to “Off”, the display temporarily lights at “100%” brightness
Listening with headphones
Plug the headphones (sold separately) into the headphone
Adjusting the Volume
on the main unit.
To prevent hearing loss, do not raise the volume level
excessively when using headphones.
Switching the filter characteristics
2 filter characteristic types can be selected for DSD source,
and for PCM source. The 2 filter characteristics types are
Offers a short impulse
response for both pre-
echo and post-echo.
Suitable for large-
audio. Produces a
deep sound image
of the audio sources.
This is a direct mode
in which there is no
filtering versus the DSD
data (Super Audio CD
recording signal). The
original source data is
reproduced as it is, along
with the original texture
This filter offers
response. The post-
echo is slightly longer
than the pre-echo.
DSD data exceeding 100
kHz is attenuated. Also
equipped with DACs
for normal-phase and
inverted-phase signals (23
each). The asymmetrical
DAC operation gives
priority to the resolution,
resulting in a smoother
• The setting cycles through the 2 modes
(Filter 1/Filter 2) as shown below each
time the button is pressed.
The “Noise Shaper”, “DC Filter” and filter characteristics have
a last memory function. These settings remain in memory
even if the power is turned off.