User manual Rotel RA-985BX

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STEREO INTEGRATED AMPLIFIER RA-985BX  
Speaker Selector Switch  
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When the Speaker Selector switch is set to A, speakers con-  
nected to the Speaker A terminals 21 will play. When the switch  
is set to B, speakers connected to the Speaker B terminals 22  
will play. When the switch is set to A+B, speakers connected to  
both sets of terminals will play. The switch may be set to “Off”  
when using headphones. See the information in the Speaker Se-  
lection section for important information on speaker impedance.  
Second Zone Operation  
[
See Figure 3 and the Second Zone Output Connection section for  
information on setting up a second zone.]  
Note: All Second Zone functions are controlled by the RR-927 re-  
mote control. See the “Remote Control Function” section for more  
information  
Listening Selector 14  
The setting of the Listening Selector controls which of the input  
sources is heard. The source selected is also the one that is  
routed through the Preamp/Power Amp Jumper.  
Rec/Zone Button 28 and Zone Indicator 13  
To activate the Second Zone function press the Rec/Zone button.  
The Second Zone Indicator will light. The Recording Selector will  
then function as the Second Zone source selector. Press the Rec/  
Zone button again to return the Recording Selector to its normal  
function. The Second Zone Indicator will turn off.  
Recording Selector 12  
The setting of the Recording Selector controls which of the input  
signals goes to the record outputs. When you are not recording,  
set the Recording Selector to the “Off” position to minimize the  
chance of interference from other components in the system.  
Source Selector Buttons 27  
When the Second Zone function is active the Source Selector but-  
tons select the source for the second zone.  
Having a separate Recording and Listening selector adds a sig-  
nificant degree of flexibility in how you can use the RA-985BX. For  
example by setting the Record Selector to CD and the Listening  
Selector to Tuner you could record a CD onto a tape while listen-  
ing to the tuner.  
Zone Volume Buttons 31  
The buttons labeled “< Zone Vol >” control the volume of the Sec-  
ond Zone. Press the left button to turn the volume down and the  
right button to turn the volume up.  
If you wish to duplicate (“dub”) a recording from one recorder to  
another, the source unit should be connected to Tape 1 input. The  
Recording Selector should be set to Tape 1. The unit recording the  
signal should be connected to Tape 2 output.  
A
C
D
B
Note: When the Second Zone output feature of the RA-985BX is  
used the Recording Selector becomes the source selector for  
second zone. You cannot record while the Second Zone feature is  
being used.  
RR–927  
STANDBY  
AMP TUNER  
MUTE  
2
5
7
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PHONO CD  
TUNER AUX1  
AUX2 TAPE1 TAPE2 VIDEO1  
VIDEO2 VIDEO3 OFF REC/ZONE  
2
2
8
Phones Output  
6
BAND A.TUN  
TUNING  
2
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0
1
5
9
2
6
0
3
4
8
The Phones output allows you to connect headphones for private  
listening. This output accommodates standard stereo phone (1/4”)  
plugs. If your headphones have another type of plug, such as a  
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ZONE VOL  
TIME STOP PAUSE PLAY  
SEARCH  
TRACK  
VOLUME  
3
1
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1
/8” mini-plug, you will need an adapter plug. Contact your autho-  
rized Rotel dealer, to get the correct adapter plug. The speakers  
will continue to play if they have been turned on by the Speaker  
Selector. Set the Speaker Selector to “Off” if necessary.  
RNDM  
33  
REPT  
DISC  
ON SCRN CTR FCS  
BAL CHK  
SRND MODE  
DELAY TIME  
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Remote Sensor  
4
The Remote Sensor picks up the infra-red signals from the remote  
control. Do not cover or block the sensor. It must be unobstructed  
or the remote control will not work properly. The operation of the  
Remote Sensor can also be affected if it is exposed to bright light,  
particularly sunlight. In addition remote control functions may not  
work reliably if the batteries in the RR-927 are weak.  
Buttons are used to program the remote.  
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and  
See the following section.  
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