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Greetings. I am in the process of setting up my BDP-95 and connecting it to a Sunfire Ultimate Receiver.
Both devices have provison for setting the distances from the prime listening position to the respective speakers and for level adjustment. If both devices have this provison, should they both be set the same, or one given precedence over the other? If the latter - which unit; the Oppo or the receiver?
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Greetings. I am in the process of setting up my BDP-95 and connecting it to a Sunfire Ultimate Receiver.
Both devices have provison for setting the distances from the prime listening position to the respective speakers and for level adjustment. If both devices have this provison, should they both be set the same, or one given precedence over the other? If the latter - which unit; the Oppo or the receiver?
Many thanks, Frankwgtn.

Welcome to AVSForum.

Try the BDP-95 owners thread: http://www.avsforum.com/t/1311806/official-oppo-bdp-95-owners-thread

The speaker settings on the OPPO apply only to the multi-channel analog outputs, not the digital outputs. Perhaps those settings on the receiver are for it's digital inputs?

-Bill
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