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post #5221 of 5225 Old 07-26-2016, 02:13 AM
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Could someone post a picture of there Audyssey mic? I do believe there is a difference between the maranta and onkyo mic.

Audyssey says so but than conflicts them selves later in the email response.
Hello Michael,

They use different microphones. Most all receivers made after 2009 were updated to have the same microphone (ACM1H and ACM1HB), receivers before that have many different types.

A replacement ACM1HB is available to order by e-mail for $15.99 plus shipping. For a shipping quote and order form let us know your full shipping address.

Onkyo support may also be able to help with replacement parts.

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The onkyo was built in 2008????
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Could someone post a picture of there Audyssey mic? I do believe there is a difference between the maranta and onkyo mic.

Audyssey says so but than conflicts them selves later in the email response.
Hello Michael,

They use different microphones. Most all receivers made after 2009 were updated to have the same microphone (ACM1H and ACM1HB), receivers before that have many different types.

A replacement ACM1HB is available to order by e-mail for $15.99 plus shipping. For a shipping quote and order form let us know your full shipping address.

Onkyo support may also be able to help with replacement parts.

Kind regards,
Audyssey Support


The onkyo was built in 2008????
I believe the Onkyo xx6 series was the very first to use the "new" ACM1H microphone (The xx5 series used the older flat "puck" style mic).

My TX-SR876 came with a silver one and my newer TX-NR1010 came with a black one, but they are otherwise identical AFAIK. All documentation I've found indicates that all ACM1H(B) microphones are interchangeable, regardless of AVR manufacturer.
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I believe the Onkyo xx6 series was the very first to use the "new" ACM1H microphone (The xx5 series used the older flat "puck" style mic).

My TX-SR876 came with a silver one and my newer TX-NR1010 came with a black one, but they are otherwise identical AFAIK. All documentation I've found indicates that all ACM1H(B) microphones are interchangeable, regardless of AVR manufacturer.
They are different. Seems the mic for the Marantz is a AMC1 Not ACM1H.

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I realize that this thread is basically dead, but has anyone tried passing a 4k video feed through this receiver? I'd hate to have to replace it but I've ordered a 4k TV...
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