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|View Poll Results: In order to view 3DTV content with HD audio, I...|
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|am a skeptic - my non-3DTV ready receiver will still decode HD audio||0||0%|
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Error Code 33 None of the front speakers are connected or only one front speaker is connected. The optimizer microphone is not connected. Either the surround left or surround right speaker is not connected. Surround back speakers or front high speakers are connected even though surround speakers are not connected. Connect the surround speaker(s) to the SPEAKERS SURROUND terminals. The surround back speaker is connected only to the SPEAKERS SURROUND BACK/FRONT HIGH/ BI-AMP/FRONT B R terminals. When you connect only one surround back speaker, connect it to the SPEAKERS SURROUND BACK/FRONT HIGH/BI-AMP/FRONT B L terminals. Either the front left high or front right high speaker is not connected.
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ob·fus·cate /ˈɒbfəˌskeɪt, ɒbˈfʌskeɪt/ Show Spelled[ob-fuh-skeyt, ob-fuhs-keyt] Show IPA -verb (used with object), -cat·ed, -cat·ing. 1. to confuse, bewilder, or stupefy. 2. to make obscure or unclear: to obfuscate a problem with extraneous information. 3. to darken.
Sh*t happens . I was reading along when you you were posting your troubles with that.
While certainly not providing any usable necessities here, had I gotten the Wife's acceptance to spend what a VSX-33 cost I just maybe might have.
The 1010 yourself, I, and others here did purchase, albeit yours defective, did or must have at that moment meet our expectant needs and or wants. Otherwise we wouldn't have bought it. Like you, I've been with Sony(home audio anyways) for a long long time.
I'm impressed with its features and performance. The 1010 is what I consider a mid-range receiver at a decent price. Definitely not one of the low-ball models and certainly not top shelf, it fit our needs and fell within our budgets.
I'm not an audiophile. No Salk speakers here. Or speaker cables that cost a weeks salary, per pair. My acoustics you ask. Huh, acoustics? No I didn't build or modify a room for optimizing my viewing and listening experience. Would I like to do the preceding three things, h*ll yea I would.
Until that time comes, and it will, the living room does double duty.
Like the energizer bunny you are
Well I went ahead and looked at the mic which was exactly my issue...plugged it in and auto tuned worked with no errors...I appreciate you taking the time to help me fix my issue with my surround sound...no more wondering what was the problem if I had everything connected the way it should...thanks again