Tried that first.
Target was second.
I found these posts too late. I could have refused delivery of the V375 that I ordered for Crutchfield had I checked this forum earlier! Ah well, I'll be content with the 375 for now that I got for $349.99 :(.
Living room: EMP Tek E55Ti (pair) / Yamaha RX-V475 / Sony BDP-S3100
Bedroom: EMP Tek E5Bi (pair) / Yamaha RX-V375 / JVC DVD player
Headphone equipment: Sennheiser HD 598 / PA2V2 headphone amp
Thank you anthony once again
Since you have DISHNET, I thought I'd ask how well the Yamaha remote controls the satellite box. The sony I just bought basically doesn't.
This is my current set up:
Mits TV SD (no HDMI)
Dish DD SAT receiver (w/ HDMI)
The current hook up is:
S Video from SAT to TV
Optical from SAT to receiver
With a "smart tv" and only these 3 components, how would the hookup look like?
FYI - I looks like Costco may have stopped stocking this unit. I had seen it in store just a week ago, with a sign/price in front which led me to this thread. Went back to buy today, sign is gone, the display is actually sitting backwards on the ground with a Sony sign on top of it. Website doesn't list it either. Should have been quicker
It is still in stock at my Costco. I can purchase it for you and ship it to you
Same thing here, I just bought 2 left here in CT... Great deal! And if you grab a manager he can locate them for you!
... Side note, the same manager found me 6 Panasonic TC-65PS64 for 1199 in one store... Kinda want to buy them all, lol
I have a Android phone, but same concept. I do not want my phone to be connected to the avr because then I will be confined to having to walk over to the phone to control some funtions. Instead I have my Belkin Bluetooth adapter attached to one of the audio inputs. The bluetooth adaptor then just sits on top of my avr. My phone is paired to that adaptor and I can stream my music to the avr. I can then walk around with the phone in my pocket and skip to the next track or whatever other music functions I need to do without having to walk back to the avr.
captmike- that sounds like an easy solution for sure. The receiver did come with the YWA wireless bridge adapter. I've read mixed reviews on it and haven't tried it yet. I think if I really wanted to I could run a a line directly from my airport extreme and then get internet radio and sirius xm from what I have read. not sure how easy it will be though. I did finally get the iPod to play through the front usb outlet on the receiver- but first I had to go into the menu via on screen and select usb and then I was able to see & control all my songs either through the receiver remote or from the iPod directly. still this seems like an extra step. I was hoping i could do this without turning any tv on if I had to. I'm not sure how often I would do this- since it is in my office and I can just play internet radio through my computer speakers. Still for the money its a pretty nice receiver and multi-channel music sounds nice with it. Radio reception comes in nice and clean with the provided antenna too.
I have the 6750wa
The wireless adaptor is not for bluetooth. .it is for wifi.
I'm considering buying this Receiver, but I'd like to know if this model supports LPCM Multichannel audio at 24bit resolution. I currently have a Harman Kardon AVR 1565, but it only supports multichannel (5.1) LPCM at 16 bit. Whenever I set the configuration in Windows at more than 16 bit regardless the sample rate; or when I connect my Wii U (which I assume it operates at a greater resolution than 16 bit) it automatically switches to stereo mode, and when I go back to 16 bit, it switches to multichannel instantly. I tried with 3 different HDMI cables and with all available inputs. I would greatly appreciate your insight on this two models, maybe I'm missing something.
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