Originally Posted by m. zillch
That's great news. If you hit it once does the AVR's front panel large indicator display keep the input selected displayed permanently
or does it resort to something else after a few seconds? Thanks for testing it.
I use black tape both as a light block in my projection theater on displays/LEDs and as an IR window block when I have duplicate devices or ones that share certain similar IR codes that I don't want my remotes to accidentally cross operate. I guess you may think it looks tacky but I care pretty much only about performance.
It's permanent until you hit the info button again,
so you can display whatever your preference dictates.
The RX-V3900 is without a doubt the best Yamaha I've had,
and my 7th Yammy receiver since my first, shortly after I graduated (class of 81')
It is ideal as a dedicated HT receiver in a hidden AV rack out of sight (no tape req'd)
because EVERY single piece of front panel info can be brought up On Screen
with either a short message display overlay or GUI menu overlay....without disrupting the content being played.
and yes kriktsemaj99, it sounds better than my previous 1800 too.
the Multi-Point YPOA, although still not flawless, is better if you have multiple seating positions in your room.
My main seat ,dead center, still sounds as good...but the two seats on either side no longer have a strong left/right bias from the side surrounds when compared to my old 1800.
I'm not sure how this is accomplished technically, but it is certainly noticeable.